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Under the direction of Tom Sankey, Mount Hebron High School will bring the play "Flowers for Algernon" by David Rogers, based on the novel by Daniel Keyes, to the stage on Nov 8-10 and 15-17 with 7 p.m. performances. With the audience seated on the...
VarietyEsther Williams, the swim champion turned actress who was known for roles in MGM aquatic spectaculars such as "Bathing Beauty" and "Million Dollar Mermaid," died Thursday in Beverly Hills. She was 91. Williams died "peacefully in her sleep," according to...
In 1956, Terry "Tubesteak" Tracy, freshly fired from his job at a downtown insurance company, bid goodbye to the 9-to-5 life and headed for the Malibu shore, where he built himself a shack out of wood scraps and palm fronds and sailed into surfing...
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LA Times MagazineStyle, spirit and taste—and premier designer Jane Hallworth—define the late Laura Ziskin’s Santa Monica home...
Bert Winzer, the son of florists, graduated from Emmaus High School in 1940 and made twine at an Allentown jute mill until the Army drafted him during World War II. He volunteered for an elite commando unit of Americans and Canadians called the 1st...
Tags: World War II (1939-1945), France, Rome (Italy), Emmaus, Weaponry
You know, a lot of people tell me their favorite part of the column is the obituaries. I'm really hurt. It is, however, that time of year to remember the A&E folks we lost in the past 12 months. Two-time Oscar winner Elizabeth Taylor died in March,...
Cliff Robertson, who starred as John F. Kennedy in a 1963 World War II drama and later won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a mentally disabled bakery janitor in the movie "Charly," died Saturday, one day after his 88th birthday. Robertson, who also...
Ebert's All Thumbs Movie maniac and noted critic Roger Ebert has just released his autobiography, "Life Itself," in which he goes into great detail about his career and personal life. One anecdote that didn't make into his tome was the TRUE story of...
Pop2itRobertson, who won a best actor Oscar for the 1968 film "Charly," died of natural causes one day after his 88th birthday....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelCliff Robertson, who died Saturday a day after his 88th birthday, was an Oscar winner as a leading man (“Charly,” based on “Flowers for Algernon”), handsome, properly heroic when the need arose. He achieved his greatest success...
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Company TownJohn Calley: Well-known Hollywood figure John Calley, who led three studios, including most recently Sony Pictures, and produced films such as "Catch-22," "The Remains of the Day" and "The Da Vinci Code," died Tuesday at age 81....
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