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Indiana Jones (fictional character)

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  • It's A Gray Area: Trip to the 'Promised Land' has a profound effect

    My wife, Grace, and I just returned from a two-week tour of Jordan and Israel sponsored by Saint Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church in Corona del Mar. What a great trip, and what a privilege to visit places I have read about in the Bible and elsewhere...
  • 'Cowboys and Aliens' review: Fun in theory, not in execution

    'Cowboys and Aliens' review: Fun in theory, not in execution
    ** (out of four) For something new and different in the Western genre: A tough guy (Daniel Craig) in 1873 Arizona has no name and no recollection of his past. (That is, until his name, Jake Lonergan, and simple background are soon revealed and all...
  • Reel Critics: 'Captain' takes moviegoers back in time

    The original "Captain America" comic books were introduced in the 1940s as World War II raged in Europe and the Pacific. The story of a scrawny little guy transformed into a super soldier resonated with a worried nation. Marvel Studios now goes back...
  • Cine comentario: Cowboys and Aliens y The Guard

    <b>Cine comentario:</b> Cowboys and Aliens y The Guard
    Cowboys and Aliens ** En Cowboys and Aliens, James Bond e Indiana Jones unen fuerzas para defender el salvaje Oeste de una invasión de extraterrestres, pero los intrépidos héroes no pueden salvar la película de su mediocridad. Aunque Daniel Craig y...
  • Mesa Musings: Center seat leads to lively talk with Tuskegee Airman

    This is one of those "Guess Who I Sat Next to on the Airplane" stories. Recently, I was on a flight from Baltimore to Orange County. My wife, Hedy, and I had attended our niece's wedding in Boston. We flew from Boston to Baltimore to make our O.C....
  • Gary Hammer dies at 57; plant hunter and horticulturalist

    Gary Hammer dies at 57; plant hunter and horticulturalist
    He had been called the Indiana Jones of horticulture, breaking his leg while hanging from a cliff in Mexico to collect bromeliads and facing down the rifles of Ecuadorean soldiers who mistook him for a spy. Nurseryman Gary Hammer "risked life and limb,...
  • Grunge turns 20. I remember when Nirvana was an opening act...

    Grunge turns 20. I remember when Nirvana was an opening act...
    I saw Nirvana play several times before they got "big" in '91. They were just an underfed punk band playing hundreds of dates a year, traveling in a smelly van with all their equipment, a few dozen T-shirts and some old pizza boxes and empty beer cans....
  • Disney to announce deal for 'Avatar' theme park attractions

    Disney to announce deal for 'Avatar' theme park attractions
    The Walt Disney Co. is set to announce a major licensing deal to bring "Avatar" attractions to its theme parks, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. The Burbank entertainment giant has secured the rights from 20th Century Fox movie studio,...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Broken City' star/producer Mark Wahlberg and director Allen Hughes

    Video/Q&A: 'Broken City' star/producer Mark Wahlberg and director Allen Hughes
     In the political thriller “Broken City,” Mark Wahlberg plays an underdog—not exactly something new for the Oscar-nominated actor (“The Departed”) when you recall “Boogie Nights,” “Invincible,” “...
  • Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Lost Journal [UPDATED]

    Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Lost Journal [UPDATED]
    It's a mystery worthy of an Indiana Jones adventure. Earlier this week, the staff of the University of Chicago revealed that they had received a strange package. It was addressed to "Henry Walton Jones Jr." care of the university, and was processed with...
  • Deborah Landis, ever the advocate for costume designers

    Deborah Landis, ever the advocate for costume designers
    Designing costumes so ingrained in popular culture that they still inspire Halloween disguises 30 years after they were created — Michael Jackson's "Thriller" jacket, Indiana Jones' signature outback slouch look and the unforgettable "College"...