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  • 'Pearls of opinionated wisdom' for South Coast Repertory

    Have you noticed the way a few of the region's venerable nonprofit theaters have been turning into a marketing playground of star vehicles, empty-headed musicals and commercial retreads? The managers of these outfits, more impresarios than visionaries,...
  • Rosemary Cox

    Rosemary Ruth (Looschen) Cox died February 6 of pneumonia at her home in Costa Mesa.  She was born April 6, 1928 to Margaret (Murphy) and Paul Looschen.  She was the youngest of 3 children and was raised with her two older brothers, Mark and Paul, in...
  • Many individual health policies do not cover pregnancy

    Many individual health policies do not cover pregnancy
    When Amy Tiller became pregnant six years ago, she was a high school biology teacher in Waynesville, N.C., and the health insurance plan she had through her school system covered the tab for the birth of her twins. A few years later, when she...
  • Health Insurance Critic Wendell Potter: Why I Turned Against My Industry

    Wendell Potter, the former CIGNA Corp. public relations executive, now outspoken critic of health insurers, has been a high-profile catalyst in the debate over health reform — with a message that the insurance business model fails most consumers....
  • Quiara Alegria Hudes' "Water By Spoonful" Finalist For Best New Play Award

    Quiara Alegria Hudes' "Water By Spoonful" Finalist For Best New Play Award
    “Water By The Spoonful” by Quiara Alegria Hudes, which was produced last fall at Hartford Stage, which commissioned the work, is one of six fionalists for the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theater Critics Association New Play Award, which...
  • Health Care: Insurers step up, modestly

    Singing the praises of major U.S. insurance companies is not a common pastime on these pages, but recent events require at least a stanza and perhaps even a chorus. Such is the tuneful news that several have decided that no matter how the U.S. Supreme...
  • What the health care ruling means to you

    What the health care ruling means to you
    The Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold the Affordable Care Act means that the predictions about how it will affect Americans remain in place. The court did rule that a part of the law involving Medicaid must change. The law calls for an...
  • The two most important developments to get New Orleans East back on track

    The two most important developments to get New Orleans East back on track
    I doubt the east will ever get back to the glory days of the 70's when the place was growing like Metairie, but there's no reason to think the east can't be viable again. Re-doing the Six Flags park is a must, but re-doing the old Humana Hospital is...
  • Health insurance check coming for thousands in Virginia

    Health insurance check coming for thousands in Virginia
    Millions of consumers will see the results of one of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act in the form of a rebate check from their insurance company this summer. On June 21, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesannounced that 12.8 million...
  • Deft deceptions in 'Dark Play' and 'Drawer Boy'

    Deft deceptions in 'Dark Play' and 'Drawer Boy'
    When does a lie take on a life of its own? Two very different plays, running within blocks of each other on Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park, tackle that question. "Dark Play, or Stories for Boys" *** Carlos Murillo's "Dark Play, or Stories for Boys"...
  • Bidding for Rio — and beyond

    What figures to be golf's most scrutinized new course could have its architect by the end of the week. The eight finalists for the 2016 Rio Olympics design project — a list that includes Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Annika Sorenstam and Gary...