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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterStriking TV and movie writers chose Wall Street as a symbolic backdrop Tuesday for their demand for a bigger slice of the new-media pie. Their argument in a nutshell: Entertainment companies brag to the investment community that the Internet is a growing...
Baltimore Sun reporterWhen she envisioned a deluxe newsstand, the kind of place to find glossy magazines in dozens of languages, obscure literary journals and fashion quarterlies that cost as much as $90, Christina Cieri thought of only one location. Harbor East. "If I...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- Even as the United States gathers evidence to justify retaliating against Osama bin Laden and his network of terrorists, a military delegation has been dispatched to Pakistan to begin planning for attacks on targets in Afghanistan, defense...
Courant Staff WriterWhen we pause Wednesday to observe the anniversary of the horrible attacks, we will be asked to find solace in the words of Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt. At ceremonies at ground zero and Battery Park, New Jersey Gov. Jim...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday October 29, 1997 If an attractive member of the opposite sex with "kind of a timeless quality" came on to you at a hip New York party, would you wonder if this was one of the undead or just be pleasantly surprised? If the best sex of...
Times Film CriticGo ahead, admit what you've always suspected: A certain percentage of people met in daily life are so strange, so out-and-out weird, they have to be aliens from another universe. Now, at last, comes a major motion picture that dares to tell you it's all...
Tags: Movies, Texas, Entertainment, Social Issues, Will Smith
Sun National StaffNEW YORK - How close did Rachel Florio live to the World Trade Center's towers? So close that when her husband would call from his office there to say he was working late, and she would tease him that he was really out with the boys, he would flick the...
Times Staff WriterGetting there: American, United and Delta airlines fly nonstop from LAX to New York's JFK airport; restricted round-trip fares begin at $298. American, Continental and United fly nonstop to Newark, N.J.; fares begin at $278. Northwest, American Trans...
Times Staff WriterOne of the first things you see when you approach the viewing platform that overlooks ground zero, the site where the World Trade Center once stood, are the thousands of messages written on flags, bedsheets, planks, teddy bears, T-shirts, hats--anything...
Times Staff WritersThree months after the World Trade Center tragedy, mistakes in the tallying and even burial of the enormous number of dead are starting to emerge. This week officials of the city medical examiner paid quiet, rueful visits to the homes of two...
Sun National StaffNEW YORK - Even as the city finished preparations for today's one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks, outside a small Catholic church in the Bronx yesterday morning it was business as usual in a most unusual year. For New York firefighters, it...
Tribune staff reporterQ. Was it always called the "Statue of Liberty"? A. Pretty much, though originally that was just the beginning of the name. "It was called the statue of `Liberty, Enlightening the World,' " according to National Park Service historian and author Barry...
Tags: Birmingham , Statue of Liberty, Travel, New York, Death
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