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Special to The TimesAfter first being presented 22 years ago, James Carroll Pickett's "Dream Man" is returning to the Skylight, the venue where it premiered. That inaugural production starred as Christopher, the caustic but yearning gay phone-sex operator who spends an often...
Tags: Kentucky, Death, Gays and Lesbians, Animals, Minority Groups
Staff reporterWEDNESDAY, APRIL 1ST INTERNET ONLY Tune in to our special Internet-only broadcast as Milt presides (live!) over a replay of a classic program. We begin around 8:30pm with a musical introduction, with the program beginning promptly at 9pm. Listen only at...
Tribune reportersSix days before Kathleen Savio's lifeless body was found in an empty bathtub in her Bolingbrook home, Drew Peterson's lawyer prepared papers telling his client he had been subpoenaed and was to be deposed in his ongoing divorce battle. Peterson, indicted...
Sun StaffBaltimore City school police officers - concerned that student security is at risk because of a reduction in the department's size - are in the midst of taking a no-confidence vote for their chief, Jansen Robinson. The vote, taken over two meetings last...
Times Staff WriterIt was a balmy night at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Hundreds of Angelenos were gathered on the roof deck of LACMA West after a debate about the changing role of art museums. Comedian Steve Martin was there, too: no arrow through his head, no...
Sun StaffThose who know the story first-hand have dwindled to a precious few. For more than 40 years, Maryland taxpayers paid for the graduate education of hundreds of African-American teachers, lest they breach the walls of segregation at the University of...
The air that killed Mark Tostado on Labor Day weekend was calm and hot, the product of the sunny days that draw boaters year-round to Lake Havasu, on the California-Arizona line. Tostado, 31, a Huntington Beach personal fitness trainer and military...
Special to the SunEven as long-time industrial workers are gradually being replaced by affluent young professionals in Canton, Fells Point and Hampden, Morrell Park remains resolutely working class. And its residents dont seem to mind. Surrounded by railroad tracks and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was touch and go for much of this long, bitter campaign. But Massachusetts once again sent a Kennedy to the U.S. Senate. Surrounded by a sea of relatives, Edward M. Kennedy called his election "a victory for those who believe we have a voice and a...
Tags: Massachusetts, U.S. Senate, Family, Democratic Party, Elections
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