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Culture MonsterDirector Julie Taymor sues producers of 'Spider-Man' musical....
Culture MonsterRembrandt theft and recovery still a headscratcher...
Special to the Chicago TribuneLike many long-time residents in her working-class neighborhood, Cinthia Miranda takes comfort in the stability and sense of community McKinley Park offers. With its convenient location, cultural diversity and affordable housing, it's no wonder the...
email@example.comA group that raises money for scholarships for Hagerstown Community College students has relied on bonanzas and sporting events in the past to raise revenue. For the first time Sunday, the group turned to the talent of local musicians to raise money....
In the 1896 presidential campaign, candidate William McKinley and his strategists on the Republican Campaign Committee came up with a novel plan to win. There were, of course, some of the usual gimmicks like parades and signs, but the main attraction...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: Reporter Richard F. Belisle's father, Frederick M. Belisle (1896-1981), served in the U.S. Navy in World War I. It seemed to all make sense, to finally come together Wednesday afternoon when Charlie Casabona led nearly 300 people in Zion...
Claude James Welker, who grew up in Burbank, died Feb. 9. He was 69. Born Dec. 5, 1941, Welker attended William McKinley Elementary School, David Starr Jordan Junior High School and John Burroughs High School. He served in the Army in the late 1950s....
Tags: John Burroughs, Human Interest, Obituaries
The clock was turned back to the 1950s for the Annual Volunteer Awards Luncheon at Verdugo Hills Hospital. “Rock Around the Clock” was the luncheon theme in the Council Room-turned-diner on June 11. And, indeed, more than 200 volunteers work...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe President and the Assassin: McKinley, Terror, and Empire at the Dawn of the American Century Scott Miller Random House: 432 pp., $28 Veteran journalist Scott Miller has done something very interesting in his first book: He has conjoined two kinds...
Tags: Emma Goldman, Book, Maine, Politics, The Washington Post
The Theater LoopBROADWAY REVIEW 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' Plays on Broadway at the Foxwoods Theatre, 213 W. 42nd St. Call 877-250-2929 or visit ticketmaster.com. NEW YORK -- "Spidey 2.0," as the once-pretentious, hitherto-arty, forever-costly musical called...
Daily American Staff WriterAbout 300 people, young and old alike, were at the Somerset County Courthouse Monday morning to hear former Sen. Rick Santorum declare his candidacy for president. Tom and Allison Beresnyak, Seven Fields, brought their son, Benjamin, 4, to the event....
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