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Hayward L. Putnam, a recreational-vehicles salesman who wrote a popular weekly Harford County outdoors column, died of pulmonary fibrosis Jan. 16 at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 75 and lived in Jarrettsville. Born in Bel Air, he grew up on his...
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When The Lone Ranger returned to the Mayor's Annual Christmas Parade in Hampden for his fourth year, Silver, his original, white horse, "best friend and partner," wasn't with him. The Lone Ranger, aka Garry Cherricks, of Salisbury, Md., said he is...
The parent company that produced such products as Twinkies, Zingers and Ho Hos is turning off its ovens for good, which certainly has to stir memories for baby boomers, not just of the iconic snacks it produced but of the TV shows it sponsored in the...
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"Patches" Jarrett Lickle, a popular children's television personality who later performed at Cockeysville-area restaurants, died of cancer late Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Sparks resident was 87. Mr. Lickle played a guitar-playing...
Summer provides the ideal cover for dipping into what used to be called "drive-in fare" — exploitation bottom-feeders with grossly misleading posters, gorgeous bodies and itty-bitty heads. Besides, in a few short weeks, fall will be here and we'll...
Sun StaffANAHEIM, Calif. - There must be some mistake. The real Magic Kingdom has always been a couple of miles farther up Katella Avenue, and it was always some sports hero in another city who got to shout about going there after the World Series. Never the...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGAs a performing singer-songwriter, “Deliverance” star Ronny Cox is a great actor. That’s not a criticism. Cox’s voice and guitar playing are very good – studied and nuanced. And for his shows he surrounds himself with a crack...
Sure, you could go to the beach again. Or you could turn your back on the Pacific and head instead for a desert land of date shakes and camel races, jumbo windmills and creationist dinosaurs, native palms and gay parties, mountain views and midcentury...
So, I asked the candidates Tuesday night: How many mayoral debates does this one make? Forty-two and a half, Eric Garcetti said, in a bemused tone. A half debate? Maybe that was one where some of the principal candidates weren’t there. Or a...
The first black-and-white Zenith television set arrived at our Berlin area farm home in 1952 during my preschool years. In the early 1950s we were fortunate if we had two or three stations to choose from and along with Leave it to Beaver, Howdy...
Tags: Dale Evans, North Fork, News Media, Roy Rogers, Books
L.A. NOWIf there’s anything Tinseltown excels at, it’s turning a ho-hum event into a made-for-TV spectacle. Witness the razzle-dazzle that unfolds each time the Hollywood sign gets a fresh coat of paint. It’s not written off as routine...
L.A. NOWCue the face lift jokes. Officials are scheduled to unveil a spruced-up Hollywood sign Tuesday, after its nine 45-foot-tall letters were repainted beginning in October....
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