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Nowhere in the 96 pages of the S.L. Parker book, "212: The Extra Degree,'' can be found instructions on how to play cornerback in the NFL. But Charles Tillman feels much more equipped to do his job after reading Parker's self-help book in the off-...
Zap2It.comWhat do you think of the WGA list? ++++++++++++++++++++ || 1. || CASABLANCA Screenplay by Julius J. & Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch. Based on the play "Everybody Comes to Rick's" by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison || || 2. || THE GODFATHER...
BUSHNELL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS June 8 - Wayne Shorter Quartet, 7:30 p.m. •Call for tickets. Belding Theater, 166 Capitol Ave., Hartford. Information: 860-987-5900; www.bushnell.org. GREAT CONNECTICUT JAZZFEST 2002 July 25 - Special event:...
Tags: Diana Krall, Music, Isaac Hayes, Big Band (genre), Bill Cosby
Tribune staff reporterWhen chief executives talk about compensation, they frequently complain that critics fail to take into account the marketplace--the "war for talent" within industries and the benchmarks set by their peers. To try to assess how compensation for Chicago-...
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...
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Special to the SunPORT TOBACCO - Rose Hill, a mansion overlooking the Port Tobacco River in Charles County, is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Southern Maryland. One of its most illustrious owners was Dr. Gustavus R. Brown, son of the man who...
Connecticut's jazz scene sizzles this summer with a variety of performers, including the supreme saxophone smoothie Marion Meadows, modern tenor saxophone master Sonny Rollins and the rough-riding trad group Igor's Jazz Cowboys. Meadows, the...
Tags: Sonny Rollins, Ross Tucker, Wethersfield, Danbury, Paul Brown
Had H. G. Wells been able to visit late-20th century Toronto to do research for his classic novel "The Time Machine," he might have written a different tale. In the "Time Machine," a future Earth segregates into two classes: the affluent, delicate Eloi...
Tags: Subway Transportation, Canada, United Nations, Government, Death
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 25, 1995 Director John Boorman has a strong personal connection to Myanmar, starting with his father's presence there during World War I, when this isolated Asian country was still known as Burma. Concerned about the current military...
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