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While facing backlash for controversial comments she made about the Confederate flag last week, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley made an appearance on Monday at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda to promote her new book, “With All Due Respect.”
Two 40-year theater traditions are winding down at South Coast Repertory: Hal Landon Jr.’s final portrayal of Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol” and John-David Keller’s last year as the show’s director.
Some Laguna Niguel residents are trying to save the city’s only library from being demolished as part of a proposed redevelopment project.
Ten years ago, Anna Leahy, the director of Chapman University’s MFA in Creative Writing program, remembers her and her colleague Logan Esdale wanting to bring poets Jen Bervin, Nancy Kuhl, and Richard Deming to visit their classrooms.
Of all the folk legends which have been Disneyfied and transported to the Broadway stage, none presents greater difficulty mounting — nor sheer satisfaction when finally accomplished — quite like “Beauty and the Beast.”
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