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Times Staff Writer"Syriana" is a film of paradoxes, contradictions and complications. It's a political thriller that thrives on misdirection, on hiding information just as it hides glamorous George Clooney behind a rumpled exterior and a full beard. Even its title is a...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe cure for cabin fever? Rent a cabin. "Life is gooood," said Keith Kilmer, 13, as he floated in the sparkling blue pool of the Cape Kennedy KOA Kampground in the north Brevard community of Mims. Keith's family of four had escaped to the comfort of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA top U.S. diplomat Monday accused Iraq, North Korea and three other countries of pursuing germ weapon programs, an unusually pointed diplomatic charge designed to put pressure on nations suspected of flouting an international ban on biological arms....
Tags: Aircraft Hijacking, Russia, Weaponry, Death, Crimes
Tribune staff reportersA Winnetka podiatrist selected by Gov. Rod Blagojevich to a serve on a powerful state health-care oversight panel is a partner in a real estate venture with a top Blagojevich fundraiser and counselor who recommended her appointment. The podiatrist,...
Sentinel Staff WritersAs Seminole County waited for the St. Johns River to crest in Sanford, homeowners throughout Central Florida saw their yards slowly fill with water from Hurricane Frances. Officials from the National Weather Service said the St. Johns -- which drains the...
Results are listed in alphabetical order. Times listed indicate when runners crossed the finish line, not their elapsed time. The timing chip is not activated until the runners reach the starting line. Some hometowns were not available. Information...
Times Staff Writer"Time Out" is not just an especially subtle and thoughtful psychological drama, it's a provocative, even an unnerving one as well. It's the story of a daring impostor named Vincent, a world-class dissembler who goes to extraordinary lengths to carry out...
Tags: Homes, Colorado, Cinema Industry, Family, Death
State Finals At North Central College, Naperville Fri., Nov. 7 quarterfinals Rockford Guilford 3, Warren 0 Wheaton Warrenville South 2, Evanston 0 Neuqua Valley 3, Moline 0 Brother Rice 1, Sandburg 0 Sat., Nov. 8 semifinals Rockford Guilford 1,...
State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 13 East Moline 6, Andrew 0 Belleville East 1, Lake Zurich 0 Lake Park 2, York 1 Oak Park 4, Glenbard South 1 Sat., June 14 Belleville East 2, East Moline 0 Lake Park 6, Oak Park 3, 8 innings Third...
Tribune staff reporterRespect for those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks and concern for the living will go hand in hand at Naper Settlement in Naperville and elsewhere this weekend. The historic settlement will hold its Old Fashioned Circus celebration as scheduled...
Tags: Arts, Wheaton, Forestry and Timber, Anglicanism, Death
Special to the TribuneThe notion of eccentric spinster sisters living in worlds of their own creation occupies an honored place in literature, running from the tragic (the Brontes) to the grotesque (Shirley Jackson's duo in "We Have Always Lived in the Castle") to the farcical...
Tags: Edward Gorey
The 2002 Class AA state softball finals are June 7-8 at EastSide Centre in East Peoria. The Friday, June 7 quarterfinals are at 10 a.m., noon, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. On Saturday, June 8, the semifinals are at 10 a.m. and noon, the third-place game is at 4:30...
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