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There's a moment from Kyle Durfey's adolescence that has always stayed with him. He was sitting next to his dad in their Crofton home, watching the sci-fi movie "Contact." In the film, Jodie Foster's character sees her long-deceased father walk up to her...
Workers at weight-loss surgery centers affiliated with the 1-800-GET-THIN ad campaign persuaded patients to have medically unnecessary surgeries and billed insurance companies for procedures that were never performed, a new lawsuit alleges. Two women who...
Tags: Trials, Justice System, Insurance, Laws, Advertising
There's no kitchen sink in "Iceploration," the new ice-skating show at Busch Gardens in Tampa, but it wouldn't be that surprising. The show throws a lot at you. The production features a dozen ice skaters (including one that takes flight), life-size...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterShortly after Christmas, the same question arises every year: What are we going to do on New Year's Eve? Here’s what some California amusement and theme parks have planned for the last night of 2011: Disneyland in Anaheim will stay open until 2 a....
Glendale High School Glendale High’s PTSA President Karen Veloz recaps December’s joint PTSA meeting with Wilson Middle School and representatives from Roosevelt Middle School which is hoping to start a PTA unit. “Glendale High...
About 20 of High Street Partners' employees are based at its Annapolis headquarters. The rest of its 160 workers are spread around the world, from California to London to Shanghai — which makes sense, considering its niche. The company helps...
Tags: India, China, Concerts, Europe, Economy, Business and Finance
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's CEO announced Thursday that he is stepping down, according to our partners at the Indianapolis Business Journal. Simon Crookall has been with the ISO for seven years. He endured a fallout with past music director...
The temperature was in the 30s Saturday evening in downtown Chicago, but you wouldn't know it from looking at Lee DeWyze. The former "American Idol" winner and Mount Prospect native was wearing flip-flops and a black t-shirt while smoking a cigarette...
Looking to shake those winter blahs? One sure way is to "whistle a happy tune." That's the prescription, anyway, once provided by Oscar Hammerstein II and being filled again now by "The King and I" at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia. Whatever your...
Tags: Dance, Entertainment, Oscar Hammerstein, Music, Arts and Culture
When the American Thoroughbred Horse of the Year for 2011 is announced in Los Angeles Monday night, the winner will most likely have been chosen for his or her consistency – a survivor in a year when there was no clear-cut star to emerge on the...
RedEyeThe rogue marketing campaign to bring ABC's "Cougar Town" back to TV came to Chicago Saturday, and star Busy Philipps was ready to party. "The cast will tell you that I’m the most not like my character," the Oak Park native told the crowd of...
Tags: Brian Van Holt, Concerts, Ian Gomez, Comedy (genre), Music
David Tutera has been planning weddings for 25 years — including celebrity weddings for ex-"View" co-host Star Jones and ex-New York Giant Antonio Pierce — but the star of the WE network’s “My Fair Wedding” says it hasn&...
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