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  • Community news: Dantuonos celebrate 65th wedding anniversary, Bell-Jeff grad to wed, Pizza night benefits Rose Float

    Community news: Dantuonos celebrate 65th wedding anniversary, Bell-Jeff grad to wed, Pizza night benefits Rose Float
    Luke and Paula Dantuono celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary recently at Vintage Burbank during a dinner party with their three children — Carol, Michael and Luke, accompanied by his wife, Paula, and their daughter, Laura. Deacon Rey Guiau...
  • Judge accepts terms of Manning's proposed plea

    Judge accepts terms of Manning's proposed plea
    A military judge on Thursday accepted the terms under which an Army private would plead guilty to seven charges for sending classified documents to WikiLeaks. Col. Denise Lind ruled during the third day of a pretrial hearing at Fort Meade for Pfc....
  • Guide to December 2012 TV premieres, movies and holiday specials

    Guide to December 2012 TV premieres, movies and holiday specials
    December is all about the holiday specials on TV, but you'll find other interesting viewing as well. On Dec. 7 Sundance debuts "Restless," a gripping two-night miniseries about a former WW II spy. Nat Geo Wild kicks off its annual Big Cat Week Dec. 9...
  • Small Wonders: Checking off 'catching up' from the list

    I hate people sometimes. This year it was the Berrys from Seattle. A dear, lifelong friend, her husband and their two sickeningly adorable, wide-eyed, precocious sons. Theirs was the first Christmas card we received this year: snapshots of a day at the...
  • Reel Critics: 'The Lorax' branches out into film

    The legendary Dr. Seuss was ahead of his time in so many ways. In 1971, he created "The Lorax," one of the first eco-friendly children's books ever written. In simple language, the story teaches the need to respect and care for the natural beauty of...
  • Las más taquilleras del fin de semana: "Hunger Games" se devora $155 millones

    "The Hunger Games" (Los Juegos del Hambre) satisfizo el apetito de sus seguidores con un fin de semana de estreno donde acumuló 155 millones de dólares en taquillas, llegando casi al primer lugar histórico en Norteamérica. El gran botín es el tercer...
  • Danny Brown finds success by rapping about being broke

    Danny Brown finds success by rapping about being broke
    In a hurry-up culture, Danny Brown says taking his time was the key to the depth and off-kilter resonance of his 2011 breakthrough album, “XXX” (Fool’s Gold). By hip-hop standards, the 31-year-old Brown is practically an elder statesman...
  • Shop values of Downtown Disney

    Shop values of Downtown Disney
    Like many retail outlets, Downtown Disney has been in flux in recent years. Along with a changing lineup of tenants, Disney World's entertainment complex has slogged through its intention to increase its shopping and dining options. Some of this came...
  • Cast list and production notes for Warren County Tech's production of 'Seussical'

    Warren County Technical School presenting “Seussical.” Director is Jan Labellarte.  From director Seussical is a musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty based on the books of Dr. Seuss and featuring many of his famous characters,...
  • Where the wild things are for sale

    The Swann Gallery in New York is holding a large auction of 20th century illustrations that features the works of Maurice Sendak. There are many books by Sendak and those he illustrated, some original sketches, signed books and a first edition of "Where...
  • Today's young readers are tomorrow's authors

    Today's young readers are tomorrow's authors
    I don’t remember the first book I read, but I do have clear memories of sitting with a book in my lap, turning the cardboard-like pages and sounding out the words. (Yes, they taught phonics in my day.) The earliest books I remember reading are the...