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  • Dismal shad run puts Conowingo Dam in crosshairs

    Dismal shad run puts Conowingo Dam in crosshairs
    It's been a busy but ultimately disappointing spring for the crew that runs the big fish lift at Conowingo Dam. Since the beginning of April, the aquatic elevator near Darlington has hoisted more than a million finny creatures up the 94-foot wall...
  • 'Disenchanted!' returning to Orlando

     'Disenchanted!' returning to Orlando
    "Disenchanted!," the musical about disgruntled fairy-tale princesses that debuted at the 2011 Orlando Fringe Festival, will make a six-week return visit to Orlando this fall. Back then, it was titled "Bitches of the Kingdom" — and it became the...
  • Dining Review: The New Dinosaur BBQ in Stamford

    Dining Review: The New Dinosaur BBQ in Stamford
    Dinosaur Barbeque 845 Canal St., Stamford, (203) 517-3272, dinosaurbarbeque.com   All that stuff you've been hearing for years from people who went to school in New York state, places like Syracuse and Rochester -- all that buzz about Dinosaur Bar-...
  • Author George Saunders headlines 10th annual CityLit Festival

    Author George Saunders headlines 10th annual CityLit Festival
    Author George Saunders is having the kind of year that could lead the former roofer and slaughterhouse worker to imagine that someone is spritzing the air around him with a giant bottle of perfume. "The way things have been going recently, it's as if...
  • Actor, teacher Gene Bua dies

    Soap star and acting coach Gene Bua — who helped train the likes of Brad Pitt, Drew Barrymore and Katey Sagal at his Burbank school — died Saturday after a 13-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. The Glendale resident was 72. Bua is...
  • News of the Weird: Robot Squirrels and Food Stamps For Plastic Surgery

    News of the Weird: Robot Squirrels and Food Stamps For Plastic Surgery
    No Do-Overs: By 2009, James Washington believed he had gotten away with a 1995 murder, but then he had a heart attack, and on his deathbed, in a fit of remorse, he confessed to a confidant. (“I have to get something off my conscience,” he told...
  • Jim Unger dies at 75; award-winning cartoonist created 'Herman'

    Jim Unger dies at 75; award-winning cartoonist created 'Herman'
    The lead character in Jim Unger's offbeat cartoon panel "Herman" is a rumpled, middle-aged everyman, with a bulging belly and a potato-sized nose, dealing with the frustrations and absurdities of everyday life. In one panel, Unger's lumpy hero wears an...
  • Simms Taback dies at 79; children's author and illustrator

    Simms Taback dies at 79; children's author and illustrator
    Simms Taback, an award-winning children's book author and illustrator best known for his version of "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly" and "Joseph Had a Little Overcoat," his Caldecott Medal-winning adaptation of a Yiddish folk song, has died. He...
  • Dr. Jerome Tobis dies at 96; UCI professor, physician and researcher

    Dr. Jerome Tobis dies at 96; UCI professor, physician and researcher
    Dr. Jerome S. Tobis, a former professor and founding chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at UC Irvine whose long career included a number of precedent-setting studies on physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation and other...
  • Peter Falk dies at 83; actor found acclaim as 'Columbo'

    Peter Falk dies at 83; actor found acclaim as 'Columbo'
    Peter Falk, the gravel-voiced actor who became an enduring television icon portraying Lt. Columbo, the rumpled raincoat-wearing Los Angeles police homicide detective who always had "just one more thing" to ask a suspect, died Thursday. He was 83. Falk,...
  • Dana Spiotta writes firmly in the moment

    Dana Spiotta writes firmly in the moment
    "Seventies Los Angeles is really not ever very far from my mind, for some weird reason," says author Dana Spiotta, a former Angeleno who now lives in upstate New York. "I just love '70s Los Angeles." The city plays a big part in her latest novel,...