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  • Review: ‘The 39 Steps’ from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     
    “The 39 Steps” is the kind of silly show that goes for a laugh by playing three chords lifted from a hokey melodrama — bah, buh, BAAAAHHHH — when the play’s title is mentioned. And then it goes there again and again. And agai...
  • Theater review: 'The 39 Steps' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

    Theater review: 'The 39 Steps' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    "The 39 Steps" is the kind of silly show that goes for a laugh by playing three chords lifted from a hokey melodrama — bah, buh, BAAAAHHHH — when the play's title is mentioned. And then it goes there again and again. And again. And again....
  • Male Menopause: Myth or Reality?

    Male Menopause: Myth or Reality?
    Let's see ... there's Sasquatch, Area 51, the Loch Ness Monster, unicorns, male menopause, the free lunch, leprechauns ... hold it! Back up a bit ... male menopause? OK, before we kick Bigfoot to the curb, let's take a closer look at what many health...
  • It came from the deep

    It came from the deep
    From the deck of his charter fishing boat Big Mack II, Mickey Daniels pierces minnows baited with cat food onto hooks and plunges them 400 feet into the dark water of Lake Tahoe. It's 7:47 a.m. on a day when mist slices distant mountaintops and gray...
  • Mayday, mayday

    Mayday, mayday
    The mockumentary "Incident at Loch Ness," a film fest favorite that screened this month at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, swirls around the enigma of one overexposed serpent. Tabloid hog Nessie also rates the longest entry, 9 1/2 pages, in George...
  • So long, 'Captain Chesapeake'

    Wearing a white steamship captain's hat with shiny black visor, a turtleneck and tailored red blazer, George A. Lewis was the natty nautical personification of "Captain Chesapeake." As the imaginary bay mariner, the avuncular Mr. Lewis was a fixture on...