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Ray Harryhausen, the stop-motion animation legend whose work on "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms," "Jason and the Argonauts" and other science fiction and fantasy film classics made him a cult figure who inspired later generations of filmmakers and special-...
South Bend TribuneFormer Plangger’s Furniture infielder Jerry Hinman called Rich Plangger “a class act.” Ex-Lake Michigan College and Notre Dame softball coach Liz Miller referred to Plangger as “a legend.” But both agreed that the game of...
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With all the pre-release press that has been going out about the new Star Trek game, you'd think I'd have grown immune to it all. Well, this stunt involving the original Captian Kirk (or do you call him Kirk Prime?) William Shatner made me grin from ear...
George Plimpton knew the score. A generation or so ago, the late Paris Review editor developed what he called the "Small Ball Theory" of sports writing, which posits "a correlation between the standard of writing about a particular sport and the ball it...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJim Duggan said he’s a regular guy. The 59-year-old lives in Lugford, S.C., with his wife of 28 years, Debra. They have two teenage daughters. “We have our home. I’m active in my community. I live pretty much a normal life,”...
"42," writer-director Brian Helgeland's carefully tended portrait of Jackie Robinson, treats its now-mythic Brooklyn Dodger with respect, reverence and love. But who's in there, underneath the mythology? Has the movie made Robinson, a man who endured so...
STURGIS, S.D. - The Sturgis Buffalo Chip is pleased to announce that the Student Build Challenge bike, customized by Sturgis Brown High School Students, won multiple awards during the 26th annual Donnie Smith show March 23 and 24 in St. Paul, MN. The...
The Hartford CourantWhen you combine a vibrant river, a waterfall, and a gorge with high cliffs lined with huge hemlocks, there is bound to be a legend involved. Killingworth's Nineveh Falls is no different. These falls – now part of a dam and spillway for Lake...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesThe final season of the fantasy adventure series “Merlin” resumes on Syfy Friday evening after several weeks hiatus and the ......
Staff writerThursday television offers a TV legend (or two), a reality show ejection and a season finale (or two). The most-watched show is likely to be "The Big Bang Theory," which enlists Bob Newhart to play Professor Proton, a TV host who dazzled Leonard and...
Los Angeles Times Book CriticIn 1980, R. Crumb produced a set of 36 trading cards called “Heroes of the Blues.” It’s a great little set, backing Crumb’s drawings with short biographical sketches of performers such as Blind Blake, Charlie Patton, Big Bill...
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The highly anticipated surfing industry trade show the Boardroom got the boot before its massive footprint even hit the beach, according to a news release. The consumer surfing forum put on by GLM will move from the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing in...
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