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TribLocal - Barrington Area » NewsStories of the better side of humanity filled a room at Harper College in Palatine last week as about 40 former Peace Corps volunteers gathered …...
Web ReporterAn Endangered tiger cub at the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma is in critical condition after undergoing an unexpected surgery. "Mali' is one of two Sumatran tiger cubs at the zoo. She was found lethargic Monday and quickly rushed into surgery....
Special to Tribune Newspapers"12 Days of Christmas" By Rachel Isadora G.P. Putnam's Sons, $16.99, ages 5-8 What makes an old standard a joy to hear again? That it can be different every time. Rachel Isadora lived for a decade in Africa, and she calls upon the rich visual images...
Tags: Holidays, Religious Festivals, Entertainment, Music, Dance
Gloria Stuart, a 1930s Hollywood leading lady who earned an Academy Award nomination for her first significant role in nearly 60 years — as Old Rose, the centenarian survivor of the Titanic in James Cameron's 1997 Oscar-winning film — has...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Peter O'Toole, Internists, Unions, Cancer
The Fabulous ForumBefore American fans get all hot and bothered about the "goal" by Maurice Edu that was disallowed by referee Koman Coulibaly of Mali, they should rewind the U.S.-Slovenia game tape back to the very first minute. That's when Clint Dempsey......
Jackie Bell of Anaheim likes to travel off the beaten path, so she went far afield, to Burkina Faso and Timbuktu, Mali, for her 70th birthday. On a side trip to Mali's Dogon country, she was treated to a dance by villagers. "The masks are incredible," she...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticThe Class, an Oscar-nominated French film about a Paris middle school, should be required viewing for anybody considering a career in teaching. The problems seen here — class time wasted on discipline; parents in denial; frustrated teachers —...
Tags: Anne Frank, Children, Hilary Swank, Roger Moore, United Nations
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 20, 1999 "Late August, Early September" is involving and intimate as only other people's lives deftly observed can be. An insightful film that takes us on a nuanced emotional journey with a group of friends trying to make sense of...
Times Staff Writer"Alila," the title of the new film by Israeli director Amos Gitai, translates from the Hebrew simply as "plot." But the story and even the characters turn out to be less interesting than the overview it gives us of the way Israelis live now, its...
Times Staff WriterCharity's an expensive business. The Rockefellers gave balls, the Kennedys auctioned their gowns, Bob Geldof made albums. Photographer Erica Lennard had never owned a mansion in Newport or made a 10 best dressed list, and her singing voice probably...
Tribune managing editorJordan's King Hussein, a moderate Arab leader often in the cross hairs of Middle Eastern terrorists, once warned American intelligence officers against using harsh terms when publicly referring to violent Islamic groups. "Be careful how you characterize...
Tags: George W. Bush, Iraq, Hamas, Defense, Refugee
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