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  • Dance Camera West film festival aims to move audiences

    Dance Camera West film festival aims to move audiences
    Choreography meets cinematography as Dance Camera West, the annual media festival showcasing the art and craft of dance on film, returns to Los Angeles Thursday for a week of screenings, live performances and discussions. With a program of about three...
  • Tying lures and fishing help put veteran on the road back from war

    When Joe Bragg caught a live well full of big crappies recently, it represented one more step on his road to recovery. Just two months ago, the Army veteran couldn't imagine such moments would ever be enjoyed again. "I was totally stressed out," said...
  • Russian National Ballet to present 'Swan Lake'

    Russian National Ballet to present 'Swan Lake'
    Dancers from the Russian National Ballet Theatre are bringing the time-honored classic ballet "Swan Lake" to North Central College. The full-length performance begins at 8 p.m. May 2 in the college's Pfeiffer Hall. The Russian National Ballet...
  • Texas Fishing Report

    Here is the weekly fishing report as compiled for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for April 29 and also available on the Internet at http://www.txfishing.com : CENTRAL BASTROP: Water stained; 67-71 degrees. Black bass are fair on Rat-L-Traps....
  • 'NCIS,' 'Dancing': Your favorites

    UPDATED: The enduring appeal of "NCIS" was apparent on a very competitive Tuesday. Locally, "NCIS" and "Dancing With the Stars" proved major draws. Nationally, Mark Harmon and the CBS drama pulled in the most viewers: 14.9 million, according to...
  • The Valley Line: LCF resident honored at LACC annual event

    The Valley Line: LCF resident honored at LACC annual event
    The door just slammed shut on the month of April — just in time for my birthday tomorrow, May 1. Putting another candle on my birthday cake doesn't bother me at all. I'm glad I'm still here! Thinking back to those innocent days of my youth, I...
  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap: 10th anniversary special

    Cram a decade’s worth of dance performances into an hour? Sure! Even though that’s not logistically possible, “Dancing with the Stars” did its level best to shoehorn as many former contestants and pros as possible into Tuesday&...
  • Curfew darkens Baltimore's red-light district

    Curfew darkens Baltimore's red-light district
    Before there was the upscale Inner Harbor, the Baltimore Aquarium or the Baltimore Convention Center, there was the Block, Baltimore’s once-famous zone of strip clubs and sex shops. But on Tuesday night, the Block -- some of whose emporiums...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars': Thanks for the memories

    In celebrating its 10th anniversary Tuesday, "Dancing With the Stars" served memorable moments and dynamic new numbers. The group dance by NFL players was the most fun, but first champ Kelly Monaco revealed that she remains in top form during a clothes-...
  • Tony nominations 2015: Unexpectedly edgy with Hand to God and more

    Tony nominations 2015: Unexpectedly edgy with Hand to God and more
    For years, theater pundits have complained that Broadway and the Tony Awards have become staid and spineless, filled with unnecessary play revivals and musicals adapted from old movies. On Tuesday, Tony nominators offered their rejoinder. The U.S....
  • An African version of Spartacus ballet to hit the stage

    Spartacus is getting an African makeover. In the 1960 movie "Spartacus," Kirk Douglas played the gladiator who led a slave revolt against the Romans. A ballet version with music by composer Aram Khachaturian was first staged in the 1950s and has also...