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Not since Mel Brooks served up the movies of Alfred Hitchcock like so much chopped liver in "High Anxiety" has the master of suspense been more comically garroted than he is in "The 39 Steps," the latest attraction at the Laguna Playhouse. And, as he did...
Numerous novels and nonfiction books depict aspects of deception, trickery and illusion. Here are a few samples of books that debunk the idea that "what you see is what you get." "Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil" by Tom...
Margaret Cho and Rich Little are two comedians who've been at it for a long time. Well, one much longer than the other: Cho burst onto the scene 20 years ago with her biting critiques of social and political problems, focusing on close-to-home issues...
The Hartford CourantAs political campaigns gear up for the final push to November, we are about to be subjected to a propaganda onslaught of epic proportions. Making an intelligent choice among candidates will take discipline. Some campaigns will actually impart the...
organization: Feld Motor Sports date: 02/16/2013 address: Cowboys Stadium Top Supercross riders Ryan Villopoto, James Stewart, Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey and more battle it out at Cowboys Stadium for the 2013 AMA Supercross crown. Main event starts at 7:00...
Tags: Motocross, Cowboys Stadium, Motorcycling, Ticketmaster
As far back as Louis LumiŔre's 1895 "Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory in Lyon" 46-second short, work has been a central theme in motion pictures.ÂThere have been stark dramas about officer workers as drones (King Vidor's 1928 "The Crowd"), satires...
On the evening of July 2, Bill Bentinck, 87, was led from his Palm Springs home in handcuffs, in mourning and in shock. The body of his wife of 25 years, Lynda, was still in the house, but there was no time to grieve. After telling police that his...
Sometime between last week's musings about bears freely roaming our neighborhoods and Sunday's closing ceremony of the London Summer Olympics, I came across a nearly 30-year-old account of a visit to La Ca˝ada by a member of the British royal family who...
In August 2001, Dick Butkus was approached with a deal. If he would record a radio advertisement, he would be given an EBCT heart scan. The scan normally would have cost about $15,000 and insurance didn't cover it. "What the hell," Butkus said. "I hadn'...
The Hartford CourantIf you are not confused by some recent actions by the powerful, you have not been paying attention. Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch, a bit of a dim bulb with a bad temper, is upset about the number of shootings that continue to make life in the state's...
Tags: Stamford, Tropical Storms, Government, China, Finance
BETTIE HAINES MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT Results from the Peninsula Tennis Patrons Association outdoor hard-court tournament at Briarfield Park in Hampton. Rated divisions are based on National Tennis Rating Program's 7-point scale: Men's 4.5 singles...
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Mark Hildenbrand beat Chris Cruz 6-3, 6-1 in a matchup of left-handers to win the men's 4.5-rated singles championship Sunday in the Bettie Haines Memorial Tournament at Briarfield Park in Hampton. Tsuneo Kageya (men's 4.0), Dillan Dodson (men's 3.5) and...
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