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Kellie MacMullan anchors the Emmy-award winning 7pm News weeknights on KWGN-TV. Kellie is a Colorado native who is thrilled to be working in Denver. She grew up in Arvada and earned degrees in Journalism/Mass Communication and Business Administration from...
Sun ReportersAs a teenager at St. Timothy's School, Kimberly Dozier developed an appreciation for history and a talent for writing. She hammered nails and painted sets for school plays, and sang opera. And when she took a stick to the face during a lacrosse game, she...
The EnvelopeHere's a mystery even supersleuth Jessica Fletcher couldn't solve: why is one of TV's most popular stars -- Angela Lansbury -- the biggest loser in the history of TV's highest honor? Lansbury has lost as many Emmy Award nominations in primetime as Susan...
Times Staff Writer"Hoodwinked" is an irreverent, hard-edged retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" — a high-energy, imaginative entertainment aimed at younger audiences. Replete with the violence typical of vintage cartoons, it opens in time-honored fashion with...
Times Staff WriterAfter earning a seriously bad reputation in the popular press, the alpha girl now finds an unlikely patron saint in the pretty-in-pink figure of Elle Woods. Chihuahua fancier and consummate fashionista, Woods is the former Miss Hawaiian Tropic runner-up...
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In Los Angeles, Sunday brunch is almost a religion. It's one of the few times during the week when we slow down, make time to see family and friends, when the cellphone seems to magically stop ringing. Nobody expects to get up from a brunch in under a...
Sun Theater CriticLong runs of two long-awaited shows - Baltimore's first engagement of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera and the Mid-Atlantic premiere of Disney's The Lion King - will highlight a musical-laden 2004-2005 subscription season at the Hippodrome...
Chicago Tribune reporterRay Bradbury was born in Waukegan, but he never grew up. In his heart and in his work, the 72-year-old dean of American science fiction and fantasy writers is still the wildly imaginative boy who spent hours reading and dreaming in the local library;...
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