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  • November TV premiere dates

    November TV premiere dates
    The Braxton sisters are back this month when Season 2 of "Braxton Family Values" kicks off Nov. 10 on WE tv. Over 19 new hour-long episodes, Toni, Tamar, Traci, Towanda, Trina and their mom, Miss E (Evelyn), test their sisterly bond when Toni leaves...
  • Iran and the bomb

    Iran and the bomb
    A report this week on Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program by the International Atomic Energy Agency leaves little doubt that country's ruling clerics remain determined to acquire the means to produce a bomb. That poses a dilemma for the Obama...
  • Good Friday off?

    Strictly speaking, separation of church and state is a good deal more complicated than would seem given modern discussions. This makes the issue of whether Bel Air should give its staff members off on Good Friday, a Christian holiday, slightly more...
  • More meaning than a photograph

    COSTA MESA — More than 200 veterans, spanning multiple generations and wars, were honored Friday morning at the annual Mariners Christian School Red, White and Blue Breakfast. "It's about respect and honoring the sacrifices that those who came...
  • Just say no to war with Iran

    How fitting! On this year's Veterans' Day we're learning about the next war in the Middle East ("Iran and the bomb," Nov. 11). Now it's Iran that's in the crosshairs. In my opinion the Pentagon has become "too big to fail," and lessons from the recent...
  • 'Love and Shame and Love' by Peter Orner

    'Love and Shame and Love' by Peter Orner
    Lately, I've been trying to cure myself of my packrat tendencies and have been sorting through boxes of papers and mementos I've amassed over the years. In the box I most recently opened, I found an old Comiskey Park ticket stub from a Sox game I attended...
  • McManus: Facing a nuclear Iran

    The United Nations report on Iran's nuclear program released last week should end the debate, if any debate remained, over whether Iran is moving toward acquiring the ability to build a nuclear weapon. In cautious but convincing detail, the U.N.'s...
  • Advocate Interview: Dizzy Reed of Guns N' Roses

    Advocate Interview: Dizzy Reed of Guns N' Roses
    Guns N’ Roses is coming to Hartford on Nov. 19, and that means (if they do their jobs adequately) unhealthy doses of arena-rock, rumors about Axl Rose and smashed televisions, lighters, traffic, Chinese Democracy tracks, cheap beer, pills, joints,...
  • My Word: Occupiers should spell out specifics

    I have mixed emotions about the Wall Street demonstrations that are taking place worldwide. I understand the protesters' frustrations, but frankly, unless they articulate specific policy changes, their efforts will have no practical results. I have...
  • Q&A: 'Higher Ground' star/director Vera Farmiga on the spiritual aspect of orgies

    Q&A: 'Higher Ground' star/director Vera Farmiga on the spiritual aspect of orgies
    Boy, if I had a dollar for every celebrity interview that discussed the size of God’s penis.   Actually, that’s a first—but “Higher Ground” star/director Vera Farmiga had more to say about genitalia. The actress is probably...
  • Exhibition on Europe's wooden synagogues planned for Jewish Museum

    Exhibition on Europe's wooden synagogues planned for Jewish Museum
    An exhibition on an all-but-forgotten era in Jewish worship, “Wooden Synagogues of Europe,” will open Sept. 13 at the Jewish Museum of Florida, 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The 10 models are 1/40th scale replicas of synagogues built in...