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Stevenson sophomore Jalen Brunson stood in the bowels of Carver Arena Saturday with a towel covering his head, quietly talking about the lessons learned from this season. Brunson guided a youthful group without much size to a second-place finish in...
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Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss likely upsets from Thursday's NCAA men's basketball tournament. Feel free to join the discussion with a comment of your own. Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times There is plenty of potential for busting ...
NEW YORK — In the annals of showbiz, the chance encounter between lyricist Marcy Heisler and composer Zina Goldrich 21 years ago may not rank with Rodgers and Hammerstein's first meeting or Lerner linking up with Loewe. But it could prove to be a...
Rolling Stones photo on display at gallery From Feb. 25 to March 9, the Kentucky School for the Deaf Charitable Foundation is holding a silent auction for a chance to get a piece of rock and roll history, a certified, limited edition print (1 of 37)...
The princess predicament is a problem as old as Disneyland. Moms want a picture of their little girls with a Disney princess while Dads and their bored boys squirm at the very notion of waiting 45 minutes for a photo op. Disneyland seems to have...
Even if you want to avoid the word “diva,” the word inevitably attaches itself to Romanian soprano Angela Gheorghiu. True, she began her recital Sunday at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica with dainty, demure 18th-century warm-ups. But soon...
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Belgian choreographer-filmmaker Wim Vandekeybus’ body of dance/theater works for his company Ultima Vez lends itself to evocative shorthand: There’s the one with the frozen shirt (“Les Porteuses de Mauvaises Nouvelles,” 1989),...
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Every year around this time, college basketball's elite teams prepare to make their march on history. There will be your favorites — Indiana, Duke, Michigan — and some of the usual suspects — Michigan State, Louisville, Florida....
The Hartford CourantBarry Simons' resume was unusual, to say the least. It would reveal that he had raised a lion cub, performed in a circus, spent time as a London "Bobby" and had tea with the Queen. He was even given an honorary knighthood by a group in Australia; he...
Inevitably, our tastes change as we grow older. Most of the pop songs that once served as anthems are now exercises in nostalgia, calling up happy ghosts rather than anything new and urgent. The dense romantic adventure novel that we swore by in our teens...
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