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Sad anniversary: Natalie Wood died Nov. 29, 1981, 30 years ago Tuesday. She was 43. Little Natalie was my favorite bad female actor of all time. After she died, I tried to replace her but just couldn't find anyone I loved as much. Lord knows, there are...
It was no thanks to Larry Jaster that the Dodgers made a second consecutive trip to the World Series in 1966. The rookie left-hander from the St. Louis Cardinals pitched five shutouts in 1966 — all, remarkably, against the National League...
Milling about the club level of Ripken Stadium on Monday morning, awaiting the Aberdeen IronBirds' media day activities to begin, I was surrounded by members of this year's team who had been requested by myself and other attending journalists to sit and...
To Kenny Callaghan, barbecue is like religion. "If you're Roman Catholic, you don't go to a synagogue," said Callaghan, the executive chef and barbecue czar at New York's Blue Smoke restaurant. "If you're from North Carolina, you don't understand what...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelCBS decided to drop first-run programming to get out of the way of Game 7. Yet CBS came in at No. 2 and 3 last night with reruns of "CSI: Miami" (118,500) and "CSI: NY" (111,500). The premiere of NBC's "Grimm" came in fourth with 97,400 viewers. ABC's...
Groller's CornerForgive me for this post. I know to a lot of people around here, the baseball season ended three Fridays ago. Even Morning Call sports editor Bill Kline called this World Series a prime-time nuisance in a Tribune "Four Corners" mini-column the other day...
Groller's CornerWhat past baseball player do you hear more than any other? Hank Aaron? Babe Ruth? Barry Bonds? Bob Gibson? Mike Schmidt? Mario Mendoza? All good guesses. But no one gets mentioned more than Tommy John and he's our guest today on the "Calling All Sports"...
There's a swath of our country that's built upon the foundation of meat plus smoke plus sauce. What a beautiful formula. It's too wide of a swath, however, to cover in three days, which was the amount of time I had set for a barbecue road trip. My goal:...
Tags: Lamb, Alcoholic Beverages, Memphis, Bacon, Lifestyle and Leisure
Tribune restaurant criticCharlie McKenna, chef/owner of Lillie's Q (1856 W. North Ave., 773-772-5500) is back from last weekend's Memphis in May World Championship Barbeque Cooking Contest with a 12th place finish under his belt. For most 'que specialists, finishing 12th out...
When you're young and farm born, May isn't so much a month as a carnival; a pleasant stretch that's no longer spring but not quite summer, a time heavy with little other than possibilities. On the southern Illinois dairy farm of my youth, May was a...
Sentinel Sports Now - Orlando SentinelGQ Magazine released its list of "The 25 Coolest Athletes of All Time" and former Orlando Magic executive and Hall of Fame player Julius Erving, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, boxing legend Muhammad Ali and Arnold Palmer were among the...
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