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  • Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa

    Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa
    Olya Bagby arranged the pictures in the shadow box. The photos are dark, except for the spotlight on her. The mementos depict her last ballet performance before she left Russia on a path that led to owning a framing business in Costa Mesa. In 2004,...
  • Community news for Windsor edition

    Christina Vida honored with Connecticut DAR Arbor Award WINDSOR - On the evening of March 27, at the annual banquet of the Connecticut Daughters of the Revolution (CT DAR) Windsor Historical Society Curator Christina Vida was presented with the Arbor...
  • 'Dancing' does Disney; Taraji returns

    In the week ahead, "Dancing With the Stars" salutes Disney movies, Taraji P. Henson returns to "Person of Interest," and one of TV's most enjoyable dramas calls it quits.  The coming week's highlights:  "Dancing With the Stars" stages Disney night...
  • Movie review: �Desert Dancer� isn't light on its feet

    "So you are an artist," an Iranian member of the Basij, the country's paramilitary morality police, hisses at the hero of "Desert Dancer," who is about to be punished. "Beat him ... artistically!" You have to get by the occasional risible moment of...
  • New Sox closer talks beards, 'Bama and the World Series

    New Sox closer talks beards, 'Bama and the World Series
    Having played for a World Series winner—the 2009 N.Y. Yankees—David Robertson brings serious credibility to a White Sox team hoping to reach that pinnacle in 2015. The closer does not mince words when it comes to goals, either. "We expect to...
  • Gwendolyn E. Biddle

    Gwendolyn E. Biddle
    Gwendolyn Edith Biddle, a retired dance and home economics teacher who called herself a "one person Peace Corps," died of complications from Alzheimer's disease March 3 at the Charlestown retirement community. The former Bentalou Street resident was 90....
  • Mike Rowe talks Speedos, CNN and a better Baltimore TV image

    Mike Rowe talks Speedos, CNN and a better Baltimore TV image
    When last we spoke with Mike Rowe, he was talking about how he planned to use his new CNN show "Somebody's Gotta Do It" to try and improve Baltimore's TV image. Rowe, who finished a solid second in his time period as part of a CNN move toward more non-...
  • Russian ballet 'Firebird' finds its way to Star Plaza

     Russian ballet 'Firebird' finds its way to Star Plaza
    On April 16, the Indiana Ballet Theater will be putting on a performance of "Firebird" at the Star Plaza Theatre. This Russian ballet centers on the journey of its hero, Prince Ivan. Founding CEO and Artistic Director of Indiana Ballet Theater, Gloria...
  • Spain: Gypsy groups protest 'swindler' dictionary definition

    Spanish groups representing gypsies Wednesday launched a campaign to remove a reference to them as swindlers from the world's benchmark Spanish dictionary. The country's Gypsy Secretariat Foundation and others delivered protest letters to members of...
  • Watts fit right in with 'While We're Young' team

    Ben Stiller and Noah Baumbach have worked together before. Naomi Watts and Noah Baumbach have not. For the actress, trying to crowbar her way between the collaborators of 2010's "Greenberg" Stiller starred in a decidedly Baumbachian role, Baumbach...
  • Johnson County museum exhibit to explore history of proms

    A wallet from a 1930 prom will be on display next to an invitation to Union Township High School's 1912 prom. Big fluffy dresses from the 1930s and 1960s will be next to suits with ruffles that were popular in the 1970s. The Johnson County Museum of...