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  • Disney finishes 2010 strongly

    Disney finishes 2010 strongly
    A healthier media advertising market and greater theme-park traffic drove Burbank-based Walt Disney Co. to increased revenue and profits in the last three months of 2010 compared with a year earlier. The first quarter of Disney’s 2011 fiscal year...
  • New SCR leader is 'artistic, creative and approachable'

    New SCR leader is 'artistic, creative and approachable'
    After 47 years of leading Costa Mesa's acclaimed South Coast Repertory theater company, co-founders David Emmes and Martin Benson will soon finally relinquish their shared role of artistic director to Marc Masterson, an outsider from out of state. "I...
  • March 2011 TV calendar: A look at upcoming premieres, specials

    March 2011 TV calendar: A look at upcoming premieres, specials
    We're well into TV's midseason and the onslaught of series premieres or finales, special events and returning shows no sign of letting up. My top "must-see" beginning in March? The final 10 episodes of "Stargate Universe," which begin March 7 on Syfy. I'...
  • Grammy Awards 2011: Lady Antebellum nears a rout with 'Need You Now'; Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs' takes album of the year

    Grammy Awards 2011: Lady Antebellum nears a rout with 'Need You Now'; Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs' takes album of the year
    Lady Antebellum's desperate late-night call for companionship, "Need You Now," was named record and song of the year among five awards the country trio collected during the 53rd Grammy Awards ceremony Sunday from Staples Center in Los Angeles. But the...
  • Hearing makes case for film industry tax credits

    Hearing makes case for film industry tax credits
    State tax credits designed to keep film and television shoots from leaving California have generated $2.2 billion in economic activity since 2009, according to testimony given Friday during a public hearing in Pasadena. State Assemblyman Anthony...
  • Many events celebrate women

    The one-night-only performance of “Beneath the Veil” at the Alex Theatre March 11 was a powerful tribute to the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Several hundred theater-goers attended. Mary Apick, the production’s...
  • Portantino swings toward Brown proposal

    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La CaƱada Flintridge) was alone among the state’s Democrats Wednesday when he voted against Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to gut the state’s 400-plus redevelopment agencies. But after a meeting with the...
  • Joyce Carol Oates at Tribune's Author Talks

    Joyce Carol Oates at Tribune's Author Talks
    The universally acclaimed Joyce Carol Oates returns to Chicago on the heels of "A Widow's Story" (Harper Collins, publication date: Feb. 15). The author's poignant, intimate memoir about the unexpected death of Raymond Smith, her husband of forty-six...
  • PASSINGS: Helen Stenborg, Loleatta Holloway

    PASSINGS: Helen Stenborg, Loleatta Holloway
    Helen Stenborg Tony-nominated stage and screen actress Helen Stenborg, 86, a Tony-nominated stage, film and TV actress who was the wife of the late Tony Award-winning actor Barnard Hughes and mother of the Tony Award-winning director Doug Hughes, died...
  • Sunday Chicago Tribune ads and coupons: Build-a-Bear, free toothpaste

    Sunday Chicago Tribune ads and coupons: Build-a-Bear, free toothpaste
    The top deals this week in the Sunday Chicago Tribune include a $10 dog food coupon, $10 Build-a-Bear coupon, free toothpaste and toothbrushes at the drug stores, 7-cent bags of Halls, and incentives to buy a Keurig at Target. COUPONS There are...
  • Autism NJ Seeks To Help Autistic Adults Receive Available Gov't Services

    Autism NJ Seeks To Help Autistic Adults Receive Available Gov't Services
    Forty-seven-year-old John Richardson's parents knew something was wrong when he was born. At 2-years-old, he was diagnosed with autism. Since then his place on the autism spectrum has been given a name, Asperger's Syndrome. "I had plenty of learning...