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  • Dean's Movie Review: 'The Lorax'

    Dean's Movie Review: 'The Lorax'
    WGN's Dean Richards reviews this weekend's new release 'The Lorax,' an adaptation of the 1970s Dr. Seuss classic.  
  • Kids take meaning from reading

    Kids take meaning from reading
    Costa Mesa Police Officer Jess Gilman walked confidently down the school hallway with a red-and-white-striped hat on his head, and a book and Cat in the Hat doll in his hands. Tall and authoritative in his navy uniform, he took a seat on a plastic...
  • On Dr. Seuss' birthday, Lorax movie reviews

    On Dr. Seuss' birthday, Lorax movie reviews
    Today marks the birthday of Theodor Geisel (1904-91), who, as Dr. Seuss, created such legendary characters as The Cat in the Hat, the Grinch, Horton and Bartholomew Cubbins. But one of his later and lesser-known characters, the Lorax, is getting the...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    SATURDAY Strawberry Farms Forever The Toll Roads launches its 12th annual program of guided native habitat tours with a guided hike to the Strawberry Farms Restoration Site, a Toll Roads conservation area never before opened to the public. The...
  • Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, March 4, 2012

    now playing "Act of Valor" (PG-13). Real-life active duty soldiers serve as actors in this fictionalized account of a team of U.S. Navy SEALs racing against the cock to foil a terror attack. TownMall Cinemas (1:20, 4:20, 7:20 p.m.) "Dr. Seuss' The...
  • Staff Q&A: Children's hour

    Staff Q&A: Children's hour
    "The Very Hungry Caterpillar." It either could be a charming children's movie, or the caterpillar could be made into a giant human-eating caterpillar and it could be a bloody, campy horror. Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun I'm very...
  • Animated "Lorax" Leads Box Office With Big Debut

    Animated "Lorax" Leads Box Office With Big Debut
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A big-screen version of classic Dr. Seuss children's book "The Lorax" rang up a massive $70.7 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales over the weekend, the biggest movie debut so far this year. The popularity of the 3D...
  • Friends Of The Library: Funding campaign on for central library

    When a thousand people each give $1,000 that equals $1 million. This major capital support campaign of the Costa Mesa Library Foundation — to raise a substantial sum of money for a new central library in Costa Mesa from a large number of residents...
  • Vandalism mars Pride Parade: Tires punctured on 51 floats

    Vandalism mars Pride Parade: Tires punctured on 51 floats
    Chicago's 42nd annual Pride Parade got off to a rocky start this morning after 51 floats were vandalized overnight. But by day's end, the event had drawn a huge, perhaps record crowd. "It's the highest I've ever seen," said Marcus Brady, chairman of...
  • Child shot at harbor says he would punch gunman in the face

    A stick-on bandage is the only thing covering Kavin Benson's dime-size bullet wound. It hasn't stopped the rambunctious 4-year-old, who was shot moments after the July 4 fireworks ended at the Inner Harbor, from dancing, jumping and climbing all over his...
  • To cover the First Daughters, first travel overseas ...

    To cover the First Daughters, first travel overseas ...
    When Malia and Sasha Obama made a weeklong trip to Africa with their mother in June, I got a close-up view each day of the first daughters, which is both rare and interesting. They made no public statements -- and, in fact, the only time I heard their...