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The Hagerstown Suns took a 5-4 lead in the seventh inning, then pulled away with a five-run eighth to defeat the Augusta Greenjackets 10-4 on Sunday afternoon in a South Atlantic League game at Municipal Stadium. The Suns (59-40 overall, 17-13 second...
TV SPORTS Little League Baseball-World Series, 11 a.m., 5 and 7 p.m. (ESPN2), 1 and 3 p.m. (ESPN) Soccer-Premier League, Tottenham at Manchester United, 1:55 p.m. (ESPN2) Cycling-USA Pro Challenge, prologue, 3 p.m. (VERSUS) NFL Football-Chicago...
Tags: Golf, Los Angeles Dodgers, Denny Hamlin, Science, Dan Forsman
Who wrote Shakespeare? Sounds like "Who's buried in Grant's tomb?" Yet about 150 years ago, people on both sides of the Atlantic began asking how an otherwise obscure William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon could have crafted the most brilliant works...
"Anonymous" is not shy about naming names. It contends that the 37 plays attributed to William Shakespeare, who died in 1616, actually were written by the Earl of Oxford, who died in 1604. As this story has it, the barely literate commoner Shakespeare...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelDid William Shakespeare really write the plays that have borne his name for 400 years? That’s been a lively subject for speculation for ages, with conspiracy buffs championing others, from famous writers Christopher Marlowe and Francis Bacon, to the...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelLeave it to a German to blitzkrieg the Immortal Bard and the Virgin Queen in one sitting. Roland “2012/Godzilla” Emmerich's “Anonymous” is a generally sober-minded legitimizing of a couple of the Elizabethan Era's most fervently...
Ministry of GossipJason Schwartzman and his wife Brady Cunningham have a new baby girl, Marlowe Rivers. Jason Schwartzman, star of "Bored to Death," welcomed the baby girl Dec. 4....
Now in its 30th year, It's A Wrap! is a family owned and operated company founded by Janet Dion in 1981 that offers the general public the opportunity to purchase actual wardrobe and props from movie and TV sets. Stock varies depending on the film or TV...
Tags: Francis Bacon, Italy, Lifestyle and Leisure, Europe, Tickets
Tribune theater criticConor McPherson isn't the first playwright to ponder the nature of hell. He's not even the first to conjure the devil himself to the theater (and that's not a veiled reference to either Broadway producers or their stagehands). Christopher Marlowe did a...
Tags: Politics, Theater, New York, Refugee, Broadway Theater
Special to The TimesIN THE "Say what?" department, this statement ranks up there: "If Camoletti had written a tragedy of this quality, he'd be up there with Pinter." Few people could get away with comparing Marc Camoletti, the French playwright of the creaky '60s sex...
The Vanity Vanities are from Dilettante, a new collaboration between Southern California Institute of Architecture graduates Elena Coleman and Libby Kountzman. Their intricate crowned-glass mirrors are cut with water jets and laser-etched with quotes from...
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Theater CriticFew life stories are as densely packed with intrigue as Christopher Marlowe's, the subject of Peter Whelan's 1992 drama, "The School of Night," which had its belated American premiere Sunday at the Mark Taper Forum. In addition to being the second-...
Jul 22, 2012 |Story| Herald Mail
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