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Tribune Staff WriterMargaritas are in. Martinis are out. The Texas Two-Step trumps the Tennessee Waltz and barbecued ribs beat steamed salmon at the new White House soirees. Taco Bell stands to bump McDonald's as favorite First Fast Food. Spot succeeds Buddy as top dog. Soft...
Times Staff WriterIt's a late Sunday morning and sun is streaming into the window of Joe's Restaurant, onto the worn wood floors of the raffish bungalow, and dancing off the beams of the high ceiling. The effect is utterly charming, adding to the relaxed atmosphere of this...
Here a partial list of the multitude of parties that are happening during this convention week. Most are by invitation only and some are subject to change. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 8:30 a.m. - noon - History Channel breakfast saluting "New York City...
STAFF WRITERAccepting his party's presidential nomination for the second time, President George W. Bush last night offered himself to the voters as an amalgam of the "compassionate conservative" of 2000 and a steel-souled chief executive tempered by three years of...
The mood in the nation's capital Friday was a mix of grief, anger, determination and edginess as the city tried to come to grips with the new realities following Tuesday's devastating attacks on the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon. During a...
Staff WriterAustin Memorial Park Cemetery is about a mile from Lewis Gould's home in the Texas state capital. His wife's family has a plot there, and he visits regularly to pay his respects. Sometimes, before he leaves, the retired history professor makes his way to...
Tags: Michael Douglas, Death, Chelsea Clinton, CNN (tv network), Polls
Orlando Sentinel Political WriterTALLAHASSEE -- A once-unknown Democrat, Bill McBride of Tampa, has gained ground against Janet Reno, the well-known former U.S. attorney general, in the contest for their party's nomination for governor, a new statewide survey shows. Yet, five months...
Tags: Janet Reno, Republican Party, Elections, Television, Government
Tribune chief criticOne does not ordinarily view The Second City, home of cutting-edge satire, as a place of refuge, but in this extraordinary time, our venerable cabaret theater is indeed a haven of laughter. "Embryos on Ice! or Fetus Don't Fail Me Now," the 87th revue in...
Tags: George W. Bush, Entertainment, Health, Comedy (genre), Gaming
Staff WriterSaturday, August 28 8-11 p.m. - Time Warner/New York host committee media welcome party at Time Warner Center. Gov. George Pataki, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former mayor Rudy Giuliani welcome thousands of working media from all over the world. Sunday,...
Tribune arts reporterEach summer, the ever-ambitious and ever-rambunctious Defiant Theatre unleashes an original theatrical epic, replete with a huge cast, countless short scenes and plenty of physical action. For the last couple of years, as Defiant has been parodying action...
Special to the TribuneThose prone to telling lawyer jokes might compare down-on-his luck theater producer Max Bialystock and his timid accountant Leo Bloom to men and women of the bar. The savvy pair from Mel Brooks' hit movie and musical, "The Producers," hatch a scam to...
Zac Posen, all of 23 years old, has been showing his witty, feminine collections for the past two years in a series of locations ranging from an art gallery to the Four Seasons restaurant. Thursday night, the young designer went big time, presenting at...
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