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Fifty-one years ago, Orange Coast College staged its summer musical production, "Li'l Abner." The show was performed before packed houses in OCC's 1,200-seat auditorium in August of 1961. The college's theater department was the only game in town that...
The Baltimore SunIn the course of a going-out-of-business sale that has been dragging on at the Charles Village Video Americain for months, owner Barry Solan estimates he’s sold about two-thirds of his roughly 30,000-title inventory. Each sale, he and his wife,...
FOX40 NewsAn almond orchard just outside of Modesto proved good cover for a person – or persons – wanted for stealing a car, then eluding police Sunday evening. The suspect and possibly two others inside a stolen car crashed into a mailbox on Don Pedro...
MOAB, Utah — The doorknob had smashed a sizable hole in the wall of our room at the Apache Motel. The rusty bathroom ceiling fan made a harsh scraping sound, and the industrial carpet sported several suspicious stains. We loved the place. The neon...
Pilgrims heading up and down the Glendale (2) Freeway for the last couple of months have noticed a shadowy figure or two gazing into the distance from the hills above. Cardboard cutouts of Clint Eastwood, John Wayne and Gene Autry, bearing labels that...
Tags: Clint Eastwood, Arts, John Wayne, Arts and Culture, Gene Autry
Film critic Andrew Sarris began his rise to prominence in the early 1960s when, fresh off an extended visit to Paris, he became a primary spokesman for a theory that would reverberate throughout the cinema world. Screenwriters and producers may have...
In the early 20th Century, California still had vast areas of untouched nature. The state's abundance and variety of natural beauty — coast, mountains, flatlands, hill country and deserts — attracted domestic artists who were charged with...
Tags: Artists, Arts, Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Museums
It's the kind of surprise the Master of Suspense would have loved. The National Film Preservation Foundation and the New Zealand Film Archive are announcing Wednesday the discovery of the first 30 minutes of a 1923 British film, "The White Shadow,"...
Tom Morello says he rarely gets nervous anymore before he performs, in part because he’s done just about everything from rocking stadiums with Rage Against the Machine to participating in protest rallies around the world as a guitar-thrashing...
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelFor their efforts during a banner ACC regular season campaign, six members of the Florida State baseball program were honored by the conference Monday. Five made the all-conference team, one of them was named its player of the year. The sixth, their...
For Catch it KansasWeather has not been kind to the Garden City softball team. The Lady Buffaloes entered Thursday’s doubleheader at Great Bend with just eight games under their belt. At 13-1 entering the game, the Lady Panther pitchers were unkind to the Garden...
Rich, strange and gorgeous, F.W. Murnau's "Sunrise" (1927) shows what an artist of the late silent era could accomplish cinematically, backed by an open checkbook and fueled by the highest aspirations even in the simplest of morality tales. The project...
Tags: Entertainment, Janet Gaynor, Frank Borzage, Music
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