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In response to Matthew DeBord's Nov. Nov. 16 Op-Ed article on moving to Glassell Park, "The gang’s all here,” I'd like to say to him: Yes! The gang is all here! So far, DeBord and his family have had the luxury, but perhaps lonely experience,...
Top 5 Halloween Movie Theme Parties Flick Chick loves to throw movie-themed parties. There, now that's just out in the open. Still, Halloween is one of the best holidays for serving the partying tradition. There are so many variations out there,...
Tags: Tim Burton, Family, Popcorn, Michael Myers, Movies
Times Staff WriterEarlier this summer, I took a table at an open-air cafe in Midtown Manhattan's Bryant Park and asked the waiter to bring me a glass of vintage New York City tap water. I was celebrating the successful completion of several expeditions along the Old Croton...
Times Staff WriterI enjoy the company of books, especially on vacation. No matter which country I visit — even such places as China, Japan or Greece, where deciphering the language is not an option — I seek out bookstores and hang around. So when I heard that...
Tags: Services and Shopping, Nevada, Fiction, Bars and Clubs, Alaska
During the late summer of 1918, Americans were gripped by news from the European front as World War I neared its end. They didn't dream that a larger, more deadly battle would soon be fought on U.S. soil. The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed about 500,...
BUSHNELL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Oct. 1 - 6 - Phoenix Broadway Series: "West Side Story." Performance times vary. Tickets: $15-$60. Mortensen Hall. Oct. 12 - Robinson & Cole Family Series: "Go, Dog. Go!" 1 and 4 p.m. Tickets: $10-$20. Belding...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 19, 1999 "Heads Will Roll" is more than a clever tag line for Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow." It's a bemused truth-in-advertising warning from a director who's told interviewers, "I've always wanted to make a movie where one of the...
Courant Staff WriterIn pre-Civil War Hartford, literature had to contend with commerce. Three literary types who showed up found themselves leaving. When Samuel C. Goodrich, 17, arrived from Ridgefield in 1810, he found Hartford "strongly impressed with a plodding,...
Special to The TimesAlhambra gained notoriety earlier this year when actress Lana Clarkson was found slain at record producer Phil Spector's hilltop mansion. Spector may have told Esquire magazine that Alhambra is a "hick town where there is no place to go that you shouldn'...
Saturday, April 10 ARCADIA INVITATIONAL At Arcadia High The Long Beach Poly girls' track and field team, led by senior sprinter Shalonda Solomon, won four events in the Arcadia Invitational at Arcadia High on Saturday night in a meet in which...
Special to The TimesRHINEBECK, N.Y. — There are few places in this country where you can sip beer in a Colonial inn while chatting about the new Frank Gehry building up the road. The Hudson Valley is just such a spot, a region that bridges centuries as well as it...
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