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Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 2 - 8, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- The Ellen DeGeneres Show The Tonight Show...
ReutersJun 07 (TheWrap.com) - Will a pint-sized troublemaker or a group of dancing drag queens score Broadway's top prize? Will a Hollywood star move one tantalizing step closer to achieving EGOT? These are just a few of the questions swirling around the Great...
Middlecreek COB "All in the Master's Plan'" will be the message at the Middlecreek Church of the Brethren this week. It will be given by the Rev. John Stoner. The Rev. Linda Stoner will serve as worship leader. The church will welcome singer/...
Several classic feature films such as 1961's "Breakfast at Tiffany's," 1950's "Born Yesterday" and 1983's "A Christmas Story" were among the 25 motion pictures selected last December for inclusion in the prestigious National Film Registry of the Library...
ReutersLOS ANGELES, May 30 (Reuters) - Mystery and science fiction writer Jack Vance, whose works included "The Dragon Master" and "The Last Castle," has died at age 96, according to a statement posted on his official website. Vance passed away at his Oakland,...
Tags: Michael Chabon, Arts and Culture, Music, Authors, Literature
Reuters(Repeats JUNE 2 story, no change to text) * Insulation and new heating systems cut energy use * Utilities look to tap into efficiency drive * Traditional generation profits seen falling by a third * A global trend where new stocks, sectors benefit By...
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Los Angeles Times Book CriticWhat’s more egregious than Rick Santorum, a presidential candidate with not just one but two graduate degrees (an MBA and a JD), calling President Obama a “snob” for wanting “everybody in America to go to college”? How...
Hagerstown Community College student Jeremiah Sater of Waynesboro, Pa., recently published his first short story, “Planet 239,” in the online literary magazine The WiFiles. According to Sater, “Planet 239” tells the story of...
Chicago TribuneThe Rev. Andrew Greeley, the outspoken Roman Catholic priest, best-selling novelist and sociologist known for his deeply researched academic appraisals and sometimes scathing critiques of his church, died Wednesday night, several years after fracturing...
firstname.lastname@example.orgZombies. Giant super-storms. Runaway climate change. Alien invasions. Sneak attacks by invading enemy nations. Thrilling stuff of end-of-life-as-we-know-it science fiction books and movies. But as recent news coverage reminds us — Superstorm...
As his actors run through a crucial scene — one in which hopes are dashed and the plot is thickened — director Sheldon Epps watches with a contemplative eye. "Good," Epps says at the scene's end, his elegant baritone filling the Pasadena...
Omens A Cainsville Novel Kelley Armstrong Dutton, $26.95 The first book of the "Otherworld" author's new series mixes mystery and fantasy as Olivia Taylor Jones discovers that she is the adopted daughter of convicted serial killers; she looks for...
Tags: Murder, Arts and Culture, Authors, Literature
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