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  • Jim Farrell

    Wow! All the fascinating stuff on the Internet, and you've stopped here to learn about me? I'm flattered -- and surprised! For starters, here are a couple of trivial oddities: I am the third of seven children, and my younger siblings are two sets of...
  • Madoff headed to hellish jail, SEC still in doghouse

     
    Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff enters a federal court in New York City on March 12, 2009. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) by Frank James Physicians get to bury their mistakes, it's said. And federal regulators get to see theirs......
  • Monster Mash: Pasadena Playhouse's financial woes; Joseph Beuys collection on display; Hugh Dancy, Ben Whishaw headed off-Broadway

     
    -- Money trouble: The Pasadena Playhouse faces daunting financial challenges, including $1.5 million in bank debts. -- Up in the air: When will the art collection of the late Donald Fisher go on view at SFMOMA? Details remain sketchy. --......
  • New plays by Jane Anderson, Neil LaBute announced for Geffen Playhouse's 2010-11 season

     
    Name-brand writers with true talent are an under-appreciated commodity in Hollywood. Thankfully, the Geffen Playhouse is here to offer employment to some of them in the 2010-11 season. The company's upcoming season will include a few of the theater world'...
  • Postcard from New York: An evening of 'filthy' talk from Neil LaBute

     
    One seemingly ironclad rule of contemporary theater: All Neil LaBute relationships end horribly. Right? Apparently not. One year after LaBute and MCC, the small Off-Broadway theater company helmed by Robert LuPone and Bernard Telsey, seemingly split in...
  • Ten Thousand Villages collecting school supplies for refugee kids

     
    All this summer, Ten Thousand Villages in Winter Park is collaborating with the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) to provide school kits for refugee and displaced children throughout the world. The School Kit Drive will provide students with school...
  • David Duchovny to star in Neil LaBute's 'The Break of Noon'

     
    David Duchovny is set to swap the profane, West Coast world of Showtime's "Californication" for the equally profane and obscene universe of playwright Neil LaBute in New York. The screen star will play the lead role in LaBute's new play......
  • Neil LaBute and company engage in filthy talk at Book Soup

     
    When Neil LaBute takes the floor, you can be sure that the evening is going to be filled with all sorts of dirty talk and creative swearing. On Sunday night at Book Soup, the provocative playwright did not disappoint his......
  • House of Worship of the Week: Joy Metropolitan Community Church

     
    Who: Joy Metropolitan Community Church Where: 2351 S. Ferncreek Ave., Orlando Phone: 407-894-1081 Website: www.joymcc.com Worship times: Sunday, 9:15 a.m., 10:45 pm When founded: 1979 Membership: 331; average Sunday attendance, 225 Demographic:...
  • Monster Mash: Chelsea Art Museum closes doors for August; Bob Dylan to unveil new artwork

     
    -- Real-estate woes: The Chelsea Art Museum in New York has shut its doors for the remainder of August as it fights the possibility of foreclosure on its home. (Wall Street Journal) -- Celebrity art: Bob Dylan will unveil a......
  • First Academy coach thinks 2010 will mark return to playoffs for Royals

     
    First Academy coach Leroy Kinard hasn’t forgotten about the Royals’ disappointing 2-8 campaign from 2009. He just prefers to remember the way his coaching tenure started at TFA more. After back-to-back Class 1A region final appearances in 2007 a...
  • 'Lost' star Matthew Fox in talks for Neil LaBute play in London

     
    On the red carpet Sunday, “Lost” star Matthew Fox let it drop that his career plans will take him to London in the spring to appear in a play that he didn't name. Apparently, it's not the first time he’s......