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Times Staff WriterThe first-edition books inscribed by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, Helen Keller and Harry Houdini are back on the shelves. The cowboy-and-Indian paintings and etchings by Charles Russell and Edward Borein are once again hanging on the walls. The custom...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Travel, Texas, Roy Rogers, Clark Gable
The winter feast of movie fools is upon us again, that silly time of the year when we seek order and reason in the Oscar nominations. One might just as well try to make sense of the strange jumble of produce that is growing moss in the fridge. All...
Zap2It.comAs if anticipating the endless string of "Why did Kevin Smith want to make a 'Clerks' sequel" posted across the Internet, Smith spends much of "Clerks II" trying to justify the movie's existence, constantly having the characters making broad...
Times Staff WriterMax Cleland has just finished speaking at the Veteran's Memorial in downtown Anchorage when the swarm begins, people lining up 14-deep for a chance to meet the former Democratic U.S. senator from Georgia. He looks almost regal, perched on a white pillow...
Tags: John McCain, Vehicles, Al Gore, Defense, John F. Kennedy
Tribune staff reporterBefore there was a Washington, D.C., there was Georgetown. Located just up the Potomac from the Kennedy Center, it's nowadays known mostly as the capital's toniest neighborhood and the resident headquarters of the eastern establishment's political elite....
Coverage from the day space shuttle Challenger exploded: Loss stings congress shuttle team; 3 shuttle veterans lose peers but not faith in programThe tragedy Tuesday of the shuttle Challenger reasserted the emotional claim the space program has on the nation, but for the three congressmen who have orbited the Earth, there was a poignant immediacy. Rigorous astronaut training had created special...
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