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Special to The TimesScriptland is a new weekly feature on the work and professional lives of screenwriters. Indiana Jones, meet Jack Sparrow. Jim Uhls, who successfully adapted the "unadaptable" Chuck Palahniuk novel "Fight Club," has been hired to turn "Rex Mundi," a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAFTER the insane fame and wealth of "Friends," David Schwimmer is back to what he considers to be his essence -- trying to make it as a working actor-writer-director, albeit one who never again has to worry about making it. It's a nice life, if also an...
Ron Silver, the Tony Award-winning actor who amassed an impressive list of roles based on real-life figures in movies including "Reversal of Fortune" and "Ali," died Sunday. He was 62. Silver, a longtime liberal political activist who became an outspoken...
Sam Cohn, a powerful talent agent who dominated New York's talent business during his heyday, has died. He was 79. Cohn, who was at International Creative Management since its inception in 1975 and headed the New York office for nearly 25 years, died...
Times Staff WriterRichard Avedon, who during a career spanning more than 50 years was renowned both for his stripped-down black-and-white portrait photography and his playful yet sophisticated fashion shots, died today. Avedon, who was 81, died at Methodist Hospital in...
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This is a feature story from 1999. At the time, Sid Smith was a Tribune Arts Critic. On the day of Gene Siskel's funeral, Time magazine film critic Richard Schickel suggested that the on-air chemistry between Siskel and Roger Ebert defied analysis....
Liz Smith"Leisure is the mother of philosophy." -- Thomas Hobbes. I recently spent a delicious week in the islands of the Exumas, which are part of the Bahamas. This happened while New York and much of the rest of the country was suffering from a "spring" spate...
"Enchanted April" springs to life once again, this time in a Mad Cow Theatre production. The female-bonding comedy got its start in 1922 as Elizabeth von Arnim's novel "The Enchanted April," a story of two frustrated housewives who flee bleak London...
Liz Smith"New York Times Shills for Lee Radziwill." So went the headline on Sharon Waxman's article last weekend for Yahoo about The New York Times' new glam magazine T, which presented Ms. Radziwill of Paris, France as everything but the second coming. The...
Small-town teams from the Aberdeen area dominated when South Dakota high school wrestling split into two classes for the 1970-71 season. High school wrestling in South Dakota started in the 1957-58 season. The state had just one class until it went...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe cause of a fire that destroyed a Hedgesville-area home Wednesday afternoon is undetermined, Hedgesville Volunteer Fire Co. Chief Mike Nichols said. No one was injured. The owner of the home at 216 Chickadee Lane off Plateau Drive had left to go to...
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A fire that destroyed a two-story home in the Back Creek Valley area of Berkeley County Tuesday night started in the chimney area of the structure, Hedgesville Volunteer Fire Co. Chief Mike Nichols said. The two adults and two children who lived there...
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