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  • South Coast to offer three world premieres, five name authors in 2011-12 season

     
    Coming season at South Coast Rep offers three world premieres and four plays by Pulitzer winners...
  • Losing (Bob) Hope out in the California desert

     
    Yes, we know the era of the celebrity-named PGA Tour event breathed its last sometime in the 1980s. Even so, you’d figure that if anyone’s name could live forever on the marquee, it would be Bob Hope. Or as the man himself might have put it,...
  • Monday Niblicks: Bubba in Paris & Tiger’s pursuits

     
    Happy Fourth of July from the Niblicks crew, otherwise known as the “Army of One.” Also hoping Bubba Watson is in a happy place this holiday, now that he’s back on this side of the Atlantic. Though it wasn’t exactly a slow news...
  • White House war against Fox, Wall Street, Chamber of Commerce: a new Nixonian enemy's list?

     
    The war between the White House and Fox News keeps getting louder. White House press secretary Robert Gibbs on Tuesday continued the assault, even as some pundits and analysts voiced concern that the tactic could backfire by giving the already-popular.......
  • Obama's 'enemies list:' Lamar Alexander

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Lamar Alexander, a Republican from Tennessee and onetime candidate for president, accuses President Barack Obama of building an "enemies list.'' Alexander, a veteran of the Nixon White House, understands how loaded that term is -- and.....
  • TimeLine on the cusp of something

    This feels like a big moment in the history of TimeLine Theatre. Of course, a lot of Chicago troupes worry that they live and die by the strength of their current show. Plenty of theaters have suffered through slumps only to re-emerge stronger than...
  • Moms-to-be flock to hospitals

    (Published Aug. 25, 1992)As Hurricane Andrew drew a bead on South Florida on Sunday, at least 1,500 pregnant woman were hospitalized. Most were in their third trimester. Most spent Sunday night or Monday morning walking a hospital hallway, watching TV or...