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FrameworkA Los Angeles Police Department bomb disposal squad member, wearing protective clothing, watches hijacked Frontier Airlines Boeing 737 jetliner parked at LAX....
ACTORS NEEDED FOR COMEDY FILM Allentown native and award-winning filmmaker Zeke Zelker is preparing to tour 15 U.S. cities to hold auditions for his film-in-progress "Billboard: An Uncommon Contest for Common People," a comedy about a billboard-sitting...
Tags: Common, Vietnam War (1955-1975), Movies, Entertainment, Music
Rebecca Reath Bigelow, 95, of Keedysville, Md., passed away Monday, April 29, 2013, at Fahrney-Keedy Home and Village in Boonsboro, Md. Reath, as she was known by all, was born Nov. 9, 1917, in Patoka, Ill., to Augusta and Ezra John Painter. Her...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhen classic rock band Foreigner takes the main stage at Musikfest on Aug. 7, it will have some new members. At least for one song. And it could be you. Foreigner lead singer Kelly Hanson with Allen High School Chorale......
Feel like you haven't seen enough Selena Gomez lately? Fix that right now by checking her out, above, in the tiny bikini she rocked over the weekend. The 20-year-old left little to the imagination in a red, white and black two-piece she wore poolside in...
One of the remarkable things about the 66 finalists announced Monday for the annual Knight Arts Challenge grants is their range, both artistically and geographically. Over the course of five years, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has...
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy took to the airwaves this week, insisting on radio station WNPR that "we're going to end up with a very good budget, a very sound budget, that continues us down the path to restoring fiscal health in the state of Connecticut." Good...
Time was, not that long ago, when local community and collegiate theater groups were pushing one another out of the way to gain access to Robert Harling's female-friendly dramatic comedy "Steel Magnolias." I once viewed three different productions of it...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Diabetes, Entertainment
Think sidewalk by Prada, or maybe Givenchy Square, or Rolex Tower. At least one Boca Raton planning board member thinks Boca Raton should capitalize on its tony and glitzy rep. Glenn Gromann wants high-end retailers of the Gucci or Givenchy variety to...
There are several things Bob Saville enjoys about the "Wait Wait … Don't Tell Me!" radio show. "I just think it's a nice, clever show," the Oswego resident said. "It's pertinent. I keep track of all the news and stuff. I always enjoy guessing the...
Tags: Radio, NPR, Entertainment, Chicago Tribune, Credit and Debt
READER SUBMITTED: Three ECHN Events: Test Drive The Robot, Be The Match, Make Your Mammogram AppointmentEastern ConnecticutThe da Vinci Si surgical system is transforming lives with smaller incisions for faster recovery and less pain. Join Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN) and members of the Manchester Memorial Hospital Perioperative Robotic Team on Saturday, May 18,...
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticAt the annual Wango Tango concert and corporate marketing event Saturday, an endless stream of Twitter messages from fans scrolled across the video screens throughout the day and night as though reporting breaking news. “I luv u mom and dad thanks...
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