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Tribune staff reporterLike you, we're stuck at work, forced to follow the game as discreetly as possible. We're hiding in our cubicle with the office chair cranked as low as it can go. It's important to keep up the illusion of actual work going on. That's why it wouldn't be...
Times Staff Writer"The Banger Sisters" is a practiced piece of Hollywood hokum, way too calculated and contrived, especially for a film that nominally celebrates the chaos and creativity of the 1960s. But, of course, it's the Geritol version of the '60s that is being...
Tribune staff reporterWhen the losses mounted in Arizona, the White Sox argued it didn't mean a thing. But after a 5-2 defeat to the Kansas City Royals on Friday night, the Sox have lost three straight since their season-opening win, a virtual rerun of last year, when they...
Tribune staff reporterFirst came the Ivy Game. Then the Rain Game. Friday night was the Shoelace Game. Given all the drama this season, it's hard to imagine that some people want to see fewer of these civil wars between the Cubs and White Sox. With Friday's game tied 2-2...
Times Staff WriterCalculation and sincerity struggle for the soul of "Moonlight Mile," always an unequal combat when Hollywood is the battleground. What's on screen is too honest and from the heart to totally dismiss but too slick and contrived to completely embrace....
Tribune staff reporterIf first impressions are truly lasting, a survival kit may be necessary for White Sox fans to get through the 2002 season. The Sox managed to live through a bumpy encounter in the season opener Monday when Keith Foulke escaped a bases-loaded jam in the...
Sun StaffNEAR NAJAF, Iraq - The plan was clear when the sun came up yesterday. Third Battalion would move east by foot and link up with other Army units along the Euphrates River at the town of Kufah by day's end. By lunchtime, though, the plan had totally...
Tags: Baghdad (Iraq), Saddam Hussein, Defense, U.S. Military, Death
Saturday, Dec. 13 TOURNAMENTS ARROYO Championship La Canada 64, Monrovia 44 Philip Anderson had 21 points, 11 rebounds and nine blocked shots and Ryan Cosgrove added 18 points for La Canada (4-1). Monrovia is 5-1. Fifth Place Montclair 61, Los...
Times Staff WriterApart from John Wayne, who says we should remember the Alamo? The Daughters of the Republic of Texas, official guardians of the historic battleground, want us to remember the monument as "the symbol of heroic courage in the face of death and the...
Why is the heat on Jerry Manuel when the problem clearly seems to be with the talent? After the debacle with Todd Ritchie, the acquisition of David Wells and now the sucker trade of Koch for Foulke, it seems to me that the heat should be on GM Ken...
Tags: Crimes, Baseball, Baltimore Orioles, Jon Garland, Wrigley Field
LA TimesAs the Oscar nominations are announced Tuesday in Los Angeles, a director in Croatia will be holding his breath. There's a jittery producer in Morocco and a sleepless director in Iran who will feel the same anxiety, desperately hoping their movies will be...
Tribune staff reporterDETROIT-- When it comes to Tiger-proofing, Augusta National has nothing on Comerica Park. Detroit went against the grain when it built a new ballpark for the Tigers in 2000. Instead of constructing another retro bandbox, they made it a haven for...
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