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  • Keira Knightley May Be New 'Fair Lady'

    Columbia Pictures is reportedly set to remake the classic musical "My Fair Lady" as a star vehicle for Keira Knightley. According to Variety, Duncan Kenworthy ("Love Actually") and London theater giant Cameron Mackintosh, with CBS Films, rights-holder to...
  • Tabb Tigers

    TABB TIGERS The vital info 2008 | 8-3, 7-2 (lost 27-17 to Powhatan in Region I semifinal) Last playoff appearance | 2008 Coach | Matt Lawson (fifth year at Tabb, 24-27; 12th year, 56-58) Division | 4 School number | 867-7400 Home stadium |...
  • High school football previews for Friday, Sept. 4

    Today's games Peninsula District BETHEL (8-4, 6-3 in 2008) VS. KECOUGHTAN (5-5, 5-4) WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Darling Stadium. THE BUZZ: Bethel lost a stunning 32 seniors from last year's team, but there are still some athletes left in the program,...
  • Bethel-Kecoughtan game produced a couple of "football follies" plays

    There was a full moon Friday night, and there were a couple of loony plays during Kecoughtan's 16-14 win over Bethel. One began with a fumble by Warriors quarterback Anthony Dorsey, a rare mistake on a terrific night by the senior. During a 15-second...
  • 'Fair Lady' with heart in right place

    When Trevor Nunn staged his brilliant revisionist revival of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's "My Fair Lady" in London in 2001, he managed a remarkable balancing act. He kept the bravura musical stagings, the London color, the witty contretemps and...
  • International house of Oscar

    International house of Oscar
    Until "No Country for Old Men" took the final two awards of the evening, it was beginning to look like the U.S. was "No Country for Oscar Winners." In an Oscar convocation with the least xenophobic results in years, the Kodak Theatre seemed more like a...
  • UCLA Fires Angela Davis; Meet Halo Harry

     
    Sept. 24, 1969: Johnny Hart on the new incivility. The late Ken Reich interviews Angela Davis. Reich writes: Angela Davis, 25, says her role in the "struggle for black liberation" had marked her as a special target for the University of California...
  • Abigail Breslin takes on Oscar-winning role in Broadway revival of 'The Miracle Worker'

     
    Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin ("Little Miss Sunshine") will make her Broadway debut next March in the first rialto revival of 1960 best play winner "The Miracle Worker." Breslin will play Helen Keller while Tony nominee Alison Pill ("The Lieutenant of...
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movie Columnist

     
    Jan. 27, 1965: Rex Harrison will star in a musical version of “Goodbye, Mr. Chips,” Hedda Hopper says. The movie was finally made with Peter O’Toole....
  • Oscars have always welcomed the world

     
    This year's Oscars numbered only one foreign-born winner -- Austria's Christoph Waltz ("Inglorious Basterds") -- among the four acting champs. However, that does not mean the Oscars are guilty of any homegrown bias. After all, six of the 20 acting...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'The Vampire Diaries' on KTLA

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 11 - 17 in PDF format This week's TV Movies VISITOR: David Anders (right, with Ian Somerhalder) guest stars on “The Vampire Diaries,” at 8 p.m. on KTLA. SERIES......
  • Review: Orlando Philharmonic delivers first-rate ‘My Fair Lady’

     
    By Scott Warfield Special to the Orlando Sentinel Anyone who has ever attended an Orlando Philharmonic concert is familiar with Executive Director David Schillhammer’s sometimes hyperbolic introductions to his ensemble’s concerts. Schillhammer ma...