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Special to The Herald-MailFor the past few months, just about every movie I've seen has been preceded by a short documentary on the making of "Les Miserables." The point most stressed in these previews is that every song in the movie is being sung live; that unprecedented steps...
Associated PressSteven Spielberg’s Civil War epic “Lincoln” led the Golden Globes on Thursday with seven nominations, among them best drama, best director for Spielberg and acting honors for Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones. Tied for...
Radio station did the best it could during snow storm To the editor: I must respond to the letter from Amy Newlin on Tuesday, Feb. 1, in The Herald-Mail, berating the local electronic media for their lack of what she termed “valuable news”...
"Graceland," an original crime drama premiering June 6 on USA Network, isn't set in Memphis. Instead, the location is sunny and sexy Manhattan Beach, where agents with the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Customs Enforcement...
The WInchester SunEight-year-old Mary Grace Williams has many hobbies, chief among them “being hilarious” and singing. The latter her earned her an opportunity to perform with the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre in one of the country’s first...
MOUNT DORA — Memorial Day has a special significance for John Natoli. His father, Salvatore Natoli, was among the first to land at Normandy in World War II where he was so badly injured he was nearly left for dead. "He spent half his life in VA...
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BristolBristol Brass and Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Richard Theriault, is pleased to present "An Evening at The Pops." This will be our only Connecticut concert for the summer of 2013 music season. This concert will feature selections that include Les...
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An essay in the program for Los Angeles Opera's new production of "Tosca," which opened at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Saturday night, begins by quoting Benjamin Britten on Puccini's opera. The British composer, Joseph Berger writes, was "'sickened'...
From the Hollywood Bowl, the Greek Theater and the John Anson Ford Amphitheater to Burbank's own Starlight Bowl, Burbankers have no shortage when it comes to selecting a nearby venue for an evening of star-canopied music. While not as high profile as...
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The former "Saturday Night Live" star Nora Dunn is to star in the upcoming production of the Broadway farce "Boeing-Boeing" at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace. Dunn, who is becoming a familiar face in Chicago theater, is also working on a...
Kelly Amonte Hiller is halfway through her pregame speech. She is in a locker room on the ground floor of Notre Dame's Joyce Center, about 90 minutes before her Northwestern women's lacrosse team will play the Irish. She already has made her strategic...
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