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  • Old Globe's 'Othello' lays on the melodrama, but it works

    Of Shakespeare's major tragedies, "Othello" seems to be having the most success in the theater of late. The Old Globe's new outdoor production, which launched its 2014 Summer Shakespeare Festival with Blair Underwood as the Moor of Venice and Richard...
  • Latinoamérica está mejor preparada para enfrentar El Niño: Moody's

    Las economías latinoamericanas están mejor preparadas para hacer frente a los embates del fenómeno climático El Niño, que está previsto que se sienta en la región durante la segunda mitad del año, dijo el martes un informe de Moody's Investors Service....
  • Mikulski must stand up for clean water [Letter]

    Mikulski must stand up for clean water [Letter]
    This spring, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took some long-overdue steps to fix the Clean Water Act, ending confusion over which streams and wetlands are protected by the law. Loopholes in the law created over the past decade have left more...
  • Kentucky tailback JoJo Kemp predicts Wildcats' upset of Gators

    Kentucky tailback JoJo Kemp predicts Wildcats' upset of Gators
    Kentucky running back JoJo Kemp was born in Miami and played high school football in Deland. So Kemp is quite familiar with the Florida Gators and some of their players. The sophomore also knows the Wildcats' history in football, winners of 27...
  • Surviving the New World in Laila Lalami's 'The Moor's Account'

    Surviving the New World in Laila Lalami's 'The Moor's Account'
    In "Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits" and "Secret Son," Laila Lalami probed individual lives to illuminate the contemporary social complexities of her native Morocco. She pulls back for an even broader perspective in this rich novel based on an actual,...
  • La Cañada High football recovers after sloppy first half to pounce on Alhambra

    La Cañada High football recovers after sloppy first half to pounce on Alhambra
    LA CAÑADA —Within a matter of less than five minutes, a frustrating first half of football disappeared for the La Cañada High football team. The Spartans scored 20 points within the first few minutes of the third quarter before eventually rolling...
  • Reasons To Reject Community Center Plan

    Here are my exit poll answers for rejecting the Sept. 9 referendum on the Newington town hall and community center project: The town Planning and Zoning Commission's 2020 Plan of Conservation and Development regarding dedicated open space in Mill Pond...
  • Wetlands are for the birds, says an artist who wants to keep it that way

    Wetlands are for the birds, says an artist who wants to keep it that way
    Gwendolyn Evans has had 34 homes over the years but her current one is in Bethlehem Township, where she shares a big, handsome house off Green Pond Road with her husband, Bill Caldwell, and a couple of gargantuan dogs named Heidi and Olaf. She is a...
  • Burroughs High tennis opens season with loss to Alhambra

    Burroughs High tennis opens season with loss to Alhambra
    BURBANK — One portion of the Burroughs High team looked good Tuesday in the squad's season opener. However, the other half of the Indians' squad struggled. Burroughs received a solid performance from its singles contingent, which captured six of...
  • On Theater: A bouncy 'Mattress' at playhouse

     On Theater: A bouncy 'Mattress' at playhouse
    It's been quite a while since the musical comedy "Once Upon a Mattress" visited a local community theater, an oversight the Huntington Beach Playhouse is enthusiastically correcting. This somewhat farcical retelling of the "Princess and the Pea"...
  • Ivan Robinson's Woods Along The Edge Of An Atlantic White Cedar Swamp

    Ivan Robinson's Woods Along The Edge Of An Atlantic White Cedar Swamp
    Deep in the forests of Tolland, along the edge of an ancient Atlantic White Cedar swamp, is an old oak known as the "touch me tree." The tree, whose name was coined by the late Ivan Robinson, is next to the sprawling boughs of giant white pines —...