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Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia is offering what has become a seasonal favorite — Irving Berlin's "White Christmas, The Musical" in evening and matinee performances through Jan. 8. Not just another holiday show, "White Christmas, The Musical"...
Vintage Hollywood movies were often belittled for taking liberties with history and glazing over the facts in their biographical dramas. But where are the upholders of truth when it comes to the current crop of American films? Movies by top-rank...
Tags: David Fincher, Jason Statham, Celebrities, Clark Gable, History
"I want to show you something." Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper...
Special to SunSpotHoward Community College (HCC) is located in the heart of Howard County on 120 wooded acres in Columbia. Just 20 minutes from Baltimore and 30 minutes from Washington, D.C., Columbia offers a long list of amenities for its residents. Similarly, HCC offers...
Authorities on the East Coast are searching for Bigfoot. No, really. Vermont State Police are hunting for a Sasquatch sculpture reportedly swiped from a Westford couple’s driveway over the weekend. The couple purchased the 8-pound, 15-inch-...
Tags: Rentals, Sculpture, Stranger Than Fiction, Arts
Helen Hayes won the first Tony Award for actress in a play in 1947, the inaugural year for Broadway's biggest honor. Her prize for her performance in "Happy Birthday" is currently being sold in an auction that will end Tuesday. But bidders expecting the...
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a sweet poem for actress Helen Hayes' daughter, Mary McArthur. Then, six years later, he penned her another one on the reverse of the same page that's, well, a little unsettling. Would you write to a 7-year-old about the "thumb-...
Liz Smith"I AM confused by life, and feel safe within the confines of the theater," said Helen Hayes. I RAN INTO the divine actress Jessica Walter at the official opening of "Dead Accounts," the new Broadway show starring Norbert Leo Butz and Katie Holmes as...
VarietyJaylee Mead, a prominent Washington, D.C. arts philanthropist who, with her late husband Gilbert, generously supported professional theaters and other arts organizations throughout the D.C. area, died Sept. 14 of heart failure. She was 83. Longtime...
Hartford CourantA memorial celebration to honor the life and career of Cheshire Connecticut native Ron Palillo, best known as Horshack on TV’s "Welcome Back, Kotter" will be ob Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. at The Triad Theatre, 158 West 72nd St. in New York....
Tags: Literature, New York City, AIDS, Heart Attack, John Travolta
The year was 1975. Mary Tyler Moore was starring in one of America's most watched situation comedies. After a year of knocking on doors in Hollywood and trying to land any kind of job, I was hired at CBS-Television City and sent into a windowless...
Liz Smith"MAKE SOMEBODY happy today. Mind your own business," said Ann Landers. I suppose, being in the business I'm in, using such a quote at the top is rather contradictory, although naturally I like to hope I haven't been too big a busybody. I thought of...
Tags: New York City, John Mayer, Mae West, Peggy Lee, Book
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