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Zap2It.comAn enchanting tale of friendship and evolving relationships, "The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep" engagingly grafts coming-of-age movie chestnuts onto Scottish folklore. Though most of the narrative won't surprise anyone who has seen "E.T. The...
247-4737Busch Gardens' newest roller coaster - known as Griffon - is a light-blue tangle of firsts for the amusement park. With the steepest and tallest drop of any floorless dive coaster in the world, two twisting loops and an abruptly disappearing floor, the...
Sentinel Movie CriticAlex Etel was the precious star of Danny Boyle's adorable children-find-money fantasy Millions. In the three years since that came out, he has heard that word "precocious" a lot. Along with mentions of his adorable freckles. Both turn up often in reviews...
757-247-7870The whir of construction equipment at the site of Busch Gardens' new roller coaster will soon be replaced with the sound of screams. The theme park announced Tuesday that Griffon, its new "dive coaster," will open to the public May 25. Busch Gardens...
Zap2It.comLike its titular collie, Charles Sturridge's "Lassie" is sure-footed and undeterred in its ultimate goal. This thoroughly genuine bit of wholesome, yet never saccharine entertainment balances just the right amount of action, humor and pathos to create a...
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previous episode | next episode | return to Supernatural episode guide The mystery A championship swimmer is practicing her laps in the lake. She seems to hear something then is pulled under by an unseen force. Her body is never found. Add her to...
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Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) Dog and movie lovers, take note: Lassie has come home. Writer-director Charles Sturridge's "Lassie" revives a well-worn, sometimes grand tradition begun in 1938, when Eric Knight's first Lassie story was published. Since then,...
Chicago TribuneWriter-director Charles Sturridge's "Lassie" revives a well-worn, sometimes grand tradition begun in 1938, when Eric Knight's first Lassie story was published. Since then, Knight's tale, amplified in his later 1940 novel "Lassie Come Home" — about...
Daily PressThe history of roller coasters at Busch Gardens. An asterisk (*) denotes an active coasters. The Griffon (2007- ) Apollo's Chariot (1999- ) Alpengeist (1997- ) The Wild Izzy/Wild Maus (1996-2004) Drachen Fire (1992-98) The Big Bad Wolf (1984- ) The...
Staff reporterThe Court said the FCC was wrong in fining CBS for the "wardrobe malfunction." Which made us think, was Justin's exposing Janet intentional or not? (I voted not; 75% of News Clickers voted that it was.) So while we were on the topic of eternal mysteries,...
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WISCONSIN Kohler Festival of Beer It's a celebration of suds, this inaugural festival that spans a weekend to revel in all things beer. Breweries from across the nation will be on site for demonstrations, tasting and more. Events include the Blackwolf...
Tags: Festive Events, Adults, Sports, Children, Arts and Culture
Sun reporterWearing a white steamship captain's hat with shiny black visor, a turtleneck and tailored red blazer, George A. Lewis was the natty nautical personification of "Captain Chesapeake." As the imaginary bay mariner, the avuncular Mr. Lewis was a fixture on...
Tags: Cruises, Anglicanism, Cartoons, Retirement, Television Industry
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