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Culture MonsterLet Me Down Easy," at the Broad Stage through July 31, is Anna Deveare Smith's exploration of the nation's healthcare crisis....
Pop & HissSoundgarden's tour couldn’t have come at a better time. With a lack of groundbreaking new rock bands reaching mainstream viability, a ‘90s nostalgia-fest is in full swing. Soundgarden’s Seattle peers Nirvana is getting deep 20-year...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSo you hate royal weddings. Or you love them. Or maybe you've caught yourself attending to arcane details of Prince William and Kate Middleton's plans for April 29, but you can't say exactly why. Here's one reason: They defy time. Start with just the...
Gulf Daily News, Manama, BahrainISA TOWN last night booked the sixth and final berth to this year's playoffs in the Zain Bahrain Basketball League. Isa Town punched their tickets after claiming a 71-59 victory Bahrain Club. That, coupled with a narrow 52-54 loss by Nuwaidrat to Al...
The Lewiston TribuneGraduations are full of accolades for those at the top of their class. University of Idaho's commencement speaker, Jim Lemley, was not one of these. At Saturday's commencement ceremony, Lemley described himself as a "spectacularly mediocre student"...
Ventura County StarDriven director In September, when The Star interviewed New West Symphony artistic director Marcelo Lehninger about his upcoming inaugural season with the orchestra, the native Brazilian and now Boston resident said he was "a bit afraid to start driving...
The Times LeaderCoughlin's 400-meter relay team of Corey Keen, Zac Evans, Pat Malone and Mujahid Chesson set a track record that also tied a Crusader record in the time of 43.2 seconds in a 105-45 defeat of Wyoming Valley West in a Wyoming Valley Conference boys track...
Tags: Track and Field, Rome (Italy)
You might recall the Elvis Costello lyric in "Tramp the Dirt Down," referencing Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister who died Monday: "I'll stand on your grave and tramp the dirt down." Then there is the Morrissey lyric: "The kind people...
Tags: Government, Ronald Reagan, United Kingdom, Politics, Cartoons
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - This is the only country that gives you a bath before they send you home. The Blue Lagoon, open year-round, rain or shine, envelops thousands of tourists from all over the world in its misty embrace. Many of them come in big...
It's the damnedest thing: Justin Snyder, his long hair parted down the middle, his head thrown back as though communing with a higher power, the hood of his hoodie grazing the floor, his mouth working silently in time with the strains and surges of an...
Scopin' The SoapsBOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: A memorable evening together resulted in Taylor moving in with Eric. Bill took that discovery as a signal to try to persuade Brooke to do whatever it takes to gain control of Forrester Creations. Rick's growing closeness to Maya was...
Tags: FBI, Music, Gallaudet University, Entertainment
The lobby of the Elmhurst Art Museum is full with a dozen or so miniature wooden houses, perfect for dolls or birds with a taste for culture. The domestic sculptures are the work of the late Don Baum, who sometimes constructed them from mahjongg tiles,...
Tags: Lobbying, Politics, The Salvation Army, West Loop, IKEA
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