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  • Oakmont fundraiser has French flair

    Oakmont fundraiser has French flair
    More than 300 members and guests of the Oakmont League were transported to Paris with its accompanying food, fashions and fortune. The Sheraton Universal Hotel was sumptuously decorated for “Springtime in Paris” at the League’s annual...
  • Mary Genevieve Cadmus

    Mary Genevieve Cadmus died on 23 March 2012 in Walnut Creek, Calif.  Mary Genevieve Bastean was born on 28 July 1918 on a farm near Old Monroe, Mo.  After graduating from Troy High School and working in the office of the prosecuting attorney of Lincoln...
  • 'Glee' recap, Sadie Hawkins

    'Glee' recap, Sadie Hawkins
    Welcome back, Gleeks! I hope y'all had a fantabulous holiday hiatus. In this first "Glee" episode of the New Year, we have William McKinley High School's first annual Sadie Hawkins dance, courtesy of a proposal from Tina. Meanwhile, in New York, Kurt...
  • 'Glee' recap: Naked

    'Glee' recap: Naked
    So this week we find the Warblers under fire for using performance-enhancement drugs (deer antler spray, anyone?) and just like that, New Directions is back in the running for Sectionals. Booyah! But wait, how will they afford it? Tina suggests a calendar...
  • 'Glee' recap: Diva

    'Glee' recap: Diva
    It's "Diva Week" at William McKinley High School, where we learn a diva is "not a trick ass hoe," according to Urban Dictionary. Please read that quote in Emma Pillsbury's voice. Thank you. So first up is Beyoncé's "Diva." After this week's epic Super...
  • Black history in Gloucester: From slave child to folk hero

     Black history in Gloucester: From slave child to folk hero
    Thomas Calhoun Walker was too young to know the difference when the Civil War brought him freedom. But even as an illiterate kid growing up in rural Gloucester during the 1870s, he knew his elders' annual readings of the Emancipation Proclamation at the...
  • Julie Taymor stepping aside from Broadway's 'Spider-Man'; new opening date set for summer [Updated]

     
    In the biggest changes yet to "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," producers announced Wednesday that director Julie Taymor will be stepping down from her daily responsibilities on the troubled Broadway production and that a new opening date is set for......
  • Christopher Ashley says he won't direct Broadway's 'Spider-Man'

     
    Rumors that Christopher Ashley, the Tony-nominated stage director and artistic director of the La Jolla Playhouse, will be taking over Broadway's problem-plagued "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" have proven to be false. A spokeswoman for the La Jolla...
  • Critic's Notebook: 'Spider-Man' caught in a web of its own making

     
    The soap opera of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" continues. Stepping into fix Julie Taymor's addled production is director Philip William McKinley. Haven't heard of him? Well, then you must have missed his one Broadway production:"The Boy from Oz."...
  • Broadway's 'Spider-Man' sets new opening date for June 14

     
    New opening for 'Spider-Man' on Broadway set for June 14...
  • Is Julie Taymor going on the PR counteroffensive?

     
    Julie Taymor appears to launch PR counter-offensive after 'Spider-Man' dismissal...