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For more than 65 years, Fulbright scholarships have been awarded to our country's most accomplished students, scholars, teachers, artists and scientists. Since its founding in 1946, 43 Fulbright alumni have been awarded the Nobel Prize and 81 have...
The Wisconsin State JournalIt's not hard to see why the University of Wisconsin football team's game against Ohio State on Sept. 28, in Columbus, Ohio, was chosen for prime time. The two teams will play at 7 p.m. Central at Ohio Stadium, and the game will be televised by ABC,...
TV SPORTS Men's College Basketball-Florida-Gulf Coast at Ohio State, 5:30 p.m. (Big 10 Network); North Carolina-Greensboro at Wake Forest, 6 p.m. (ESPNU); Akron at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. (Big 10 Network); Auburn at South Florida, 8 p.m. (ESPNU) NBA...
Associated PressTORONTO (AP) — It took four plays for rookie first-round draft pick C.J. Spiller to begin delivering on his dynamic billing, as the running back sparked the Buffalo Bills in a 34-21 preseason victory over Indianapolis on Thursday. Starting in place...
Bernard Berrian walked into the locker room Thursday carrying an unopened package of gloves. Like most receivers, Berrian wears gloves no matter the temperature so it had nothing to do with the Chicago weather turning crisp enough for many Bears...
Chicago Tribune Staff Writer2 stars (out of 4) As villain Snakehead, actor Julian Sands punches Jackie Chan's kung-fu dance card in "The Medallion," a magic-meets-macho cop movie that's more gimmick than actual movie. Chan plays Eddie Yang, a Hong Kong detective working with...
Tags: Julian Sands, Jackie Chan, Movies, Claire Forlani, Death
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 19, 1997 "Home Alone," with a mouse. When you can pitch a movie idea in five words, you're talking major studio release, and sure enough, here comes DreamWorks' "Mouse Hunt." With a three-inch field mouse in the...
Times Staff WriterMargot Kidder is back, looking far too young and beautiful to be the mother of a 30-year-old son, and giving a beguiling performance as an easygoing parent in Stephen Kijak's skittish "Never Met Picasso." It's a wry comedy, decidedly on the callow side,...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 15, 1998 The Farrelly brothers can't help it, they get these ideas, cheerfully crude and way over the line. Nothing delights this writing-directing team more than making audiences laugh hard at what conventional good taste says isn'...
"The Medallion" takes Jackie Chan back to Hong Kong and the basics that made him an international star: a brisk, far-fetched plot, exotic locales and, most important, plenty of opportunities to show off unflagging martial arts skills and bravura stunts....
Times Staff Writer"Freeze Frame" is certainly no bouncy salute to the J. Geils Band. It's a gritty, noir thriller that mixes Orwellian paranoia, allegory and a tabloid lust for brutal crimes to rail against the contemporary concerns of omnipresent media and intrusive...
Tags: Diana Rigg, Movies, Murder, Colin Salmon
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 31, 1995 What are Jerry Lewis, Leslie Caron, Ruta Lee and Harold Nicholas doing in the same film? They and a similar contingent of British stalwarts are lending stellar support to two young actors, Oliver Platt and Lee Evans, in...
Tags: Comedy (genre), John Altman, Louis Malle, England, France
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