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  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Feb. 22, 1960

     
    William Pelley Still Haunts Us William Dudley Pelley looks like any other elderly man, but the assumption dissipates itself when he opens his mouth. His hair is gray; his face, lined; his manner of speech, halting, uncertain. A few weeks short of his 70th...
  • Live review: Broken Bells at the Troubadour

     
    Nearly 30-minutes into an hour-long set, and in the midst of a rather ornate keyboard-led number, Broken Bells lead singer James Mercer tried to put a naive lover in her place. "You got me wrong," he sang during the chorus......
  • On the record

     
    Many Republicans have laid down their markers on the bill that passed Congress yesterday. Perhaps history will be kind to their in-the-moment assessments culled from the final hours and days of debate, perhaps not. I'll assemble them here to make......
  • From The Vaults: '13 Ghosts' (1960)

     
    Oh William Castle, I love you so. I cannot resist your theatrical gimmicks, even when they hopelessly slow the pacing of your movie. I adore your lengthy and unnecessarily elaborate introductions. I cherish your perfect jump scares. I want to snuggle your...
  • Dead Man's Bones teams with magician Rob Zabrecky for two shows in Eagle Rock

     
    Call them actors if you must, but Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields are performers. And with their band, Dead Man’s Bones, they are proving that there is a difference. This weekend at Eagle Rock's Center for the Arts the band—joined......
  • Battling history's ghosts at Ambassador Hotel site

     
    Los Angeles architecture is littered with odd, contradictory, brilliant, shallow and convoluted attempts to deal with the idea of memory and with the city's cultural past; repackaging history has been among the city's chief architectural preoccupations...
  • St. Augustine rates on new list of top haunted cities

     
    It'll soon be the season for haunted happenings, so when better to check out this list of “America's Top 10 Haunted Cities,” as compiled by Rent.com. There's a Florida entry, with St. Augustine coming in at No. 6 — between San Antonio...
  • Amelia Island offers Halloween fun

     
    With its history ghosts and pirate lore, Amelia Island is a good spot to go and celebrate the Halloween spirit. This year, several of the island’s hotels, inns and resorts have scared up special events and vacation packages to ma...
  • Stage frights: ‘The Turn of the Screw’ at Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     
    In Friday's Calendar section I highlight many of the spooky theatrical offerings coming to Orlando's stages. Here's my story on “The Turn of the Screw”: There’s something inherently theatrical about ghost stories. The flickering campfire...
  • Lots of Halloween haunts in St. Augustine

     
     St. Augustine, the Nation's oldest city, is known for its nightly ghost tours and tales from history's dark side.  Each day, City Walks presents fun-filled tours of the Ancient City, but there will be something extra in October. Throug...
  • Review: ‘The Turn of the Screw’ from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     
    Ghost stories have a bad rap these days. Thanks to slasher films, ghost stories call to mind burnt-faced men with hooks, bloody decapitations and other gruesome ends. None of that sort of thing comes into “The Turn of the Screw,” adapted by Jeffr...