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The Big PictureDisney has to be feeling a lot more comfortable right now knowing that if it wants to unload its now-shuttered Miramax film label that at least it has a host of feisty bidders ready to pony up some serious money......
email@example.comATLANTA - Former Kentucky All-American Kevin Grevey was “thrilled” to be one of the legends honored Friday during the Southeastern Conference Tournament. “It is always nice to be thought of in a positive way, and to be loved by my...
IndySportsNationThe third page of the Butler Sweet 16 Media Guide recognizes Senior Willie Veasley for his record-breaking run in a Bulldog uniform. Willie Veasley has helped Butler to a school-record 115 wins in four seasons. The notes go on to recognize Veasley for...
IndySportsNationFor loyal readers of this site and specifically my Thursday column, or even those of you who watch Indysportsnation programing on Fox 59, you may think that I'm always pumped up about a sporting event. I can recall using the phrase, "One of my favorite...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat kind of a news baron would Sam Zell make? With Tribune Co. seriously considering the Chicago real estate billionaire's buyout offer, it's no idle question. Besides amassing the nation's largest collection of office buildings in his Equity Office...
IF THERE is one thing Hollywood understands, it's casting. That's why the industry's Democratic activists are rallying behind Illinois Sen. Barack Obama as November's leading man, with some still open to the idea of a supporting role for Sen. Hillary...
From Times Staff And Wire ReportsHarry Kalas, the longtime voice of baseball's Philadelphia Phillies who also had a familiar role as an announcer on NFL radio broadcasts and as the narrator of the league's action for NFL Films, died Monday. He was 73. Kalas, who punctuated innumerable...
Randy Jackson, a Grammy Award-winning producer, is a 20-year music industry veteran. He started out playing bass at the age of 13, and got his big break when he joined the band Journey. As a musician and producer, he also spent eight years as Vice...
Special to The TimesTed Weiant speaks with the unabashed pride of someone who has found the holy grail of domestic winter comfort: He and his wife, Joan Stein, he says, are "fireplace freaks." And there are three holy grails in the home of Weiant and Stein. The couple...
Tribune television reporterAn impressive array of talent from the worlds of music, film and television mounted a low-key but inspirational celebration of the American spirit Friday in a history-making, two-hour telethon to raise money for victims and their families of the terrorist...
10pm-1am, Monday-Friday Jim Bohannon is one of America's top radio personalities. Voted one of "The 100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America" by Talkers Magazine three years in a row. Bohannon describes himself as a "militant moderate"...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBob Dylan stares idly at the paperback book that someone has brought aboard his custom tour bus, which is speeding through the snowy Wisconsin countryside in the midnight hour. He has just finished a concert in Madison and is on his way to South Bend,...
Tags: Bob Dylan, Music Industry, Society, Paul Simon, David Bowie
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