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The Baltimore SunThe first question Dick Cheney is asked in "The World According to Dick Cheney" is: What's your favorite virtue? "Integrity," he answers. What do you value most in your friends?" he's asked in follow-up. "Honesty," he says through those crooked,...
Channel Guide MagazineIf you think you’ve gotten too old to want your MTV, Andrew Jenks is just the guy to change your mind. The 27-year-old, critically-lauded documentary filmmaker (The Zen of Bobby Vee; Andrew Jenks, Room 335) brings a very different look at the Jersey...
Change of SubjectPart of an occasional series Commenter ID: Robert Pruter Real name: Robert Pruter Gender: Male Age: 68 Occupation: Reference and government documents librarian. Previously I worked more than a quarter century as a social sciences editor at a family...
Two Roncalli students are taking their vocal talent to the Big Apple to perform at one of the country's most prestigious venues, Carnegie Hall. Choir students Jenna Croymans and Mattie Zerr received invitations to participate in the American High...
Tags: Education, Culture, Concerts, Music, Arts and Culture
Lakers BlogForget about reading Tweets in 140 characters or less. When it comes to big news, such as, say the Lakers (or Jim Buss) hiring Mike Brown as their head coach, the tweets are going to come out in full rapid fire. It's easy to follow this since I as well as...
NEWPORT BEACH — Victoria Griffin, 15, has pretty much been singing since birth, or at least since before she could talk, her mother said. Catherine Griffin used to sing lullabies to newborn Victoria and her daughter would make odd little noises...
Tags: Sage, Theater, Music Theater, Carrie Underwood, Carnegie Hall
Tiffany Wright has been a reporter for the Daily American since May 2006. She received her bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, in 2005 and graduated from Zama American High School in Camp Zama,...
Build a sea urchin with Sean Duffy Laguna Art Museum and artist Sean Duffy will host a Build Your Own Sea Urchin art workshop for children on Jan. 9 in conjunction with Duffy's current exhibition Sean Duffy: Searcher. Known for his sea urchin light...
Tags: Holidays, Culture, Social Issues, PTA, Music
L.A. at HomeWhile reporting on Lory Johanssonâ??s kitchen designs for â??The September Issueâ?? director R.J. Cutler, I became smitten with the vintage glazed subway tile she used as the backsplash above the cooktop. Similar to the color green in old Majoli...
By Carolyn Alessio hen visitors enter a classroom, everyone feels a bit arch. The teacher suddenly becomes self-conscious about everything from the quality of blackboard handwriting to the number of bathroom passes issued (or denied). And the students,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTired of just reading about electric cars, plug-in hybrids and other alternative-fuel vehicles? Want to actually drive one? Upcoming events in Orange County and the San Fernando Valley will give you the chance to get behind the wheel of some of the...
The Associated PressWinners are denoted in green. Drama series: "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS; "Law & Order," NBC; "Six Feet Under," HBO; "24," Fox; "The West Wing," NBC. Comedy series: "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; "Everybody Loves Raymond," CBS; "Friends," NBC;...
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