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By Stephen Hunt and Stephen Hunt,SUN FILM CRITIC | February 16, 1996
Here's something to do in Denver that would be more fun by far than seeing "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead." You could die. Really, it would be more enjoyable."
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By Anne Marie Turner | October 24, 2012
Welcome back everyone! Last week's episode of "New Girl" got bumped because some old dudes wanted to yell at each other, which is kind of fitting with tonight's episode. This week's episode, as always, brought the funny, but had a lot of filler. Hey, I know this isn't "The Wire," but there was nothing in the episode to further the season. Anyway, with that let's break this thing down this simply silly episode. CeCe & Jess: Boobgate 2012 The episode begins with Jess going to CeCe's for their annual birthday ritual of cake, "Clueless" on VHS, and towel prom dresses.
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By Sarah Haller and Chris Kinling | February 27, 2012
“The More That I Get to Know About These Women, the More Lost I Become.” After a bland eight minutes of Ben pondering his future and the women that he “may be falling in love with,” he finally arrives in Switzerland to meet them for the second-to-last rose ceremony. Swedish Helicopter Sarah: Ben and Nicki (“Divorce”) take a helicopter to the top of a mountain and enjoy a picnic blah blah blah. Given that she was married before, I would have thought she'd be able to see through his bullcrap.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | November 15, 1991
In 1962, Robert Mulligan directed a bittersweet film about a girl coming of age in a small Southern town 30 years earlier. It was called "To Kill a Mockingbird." In 1991, he is back directing a bittersweet film about a girl coming of age in a small Southern town 30 years earlier. It is called "Th man in the Moon ."And it proves only one thing: that another Southerner, Thomas Wolfe, was right the first time when he insisted "You Can't Go Home Again."Pehaps it's that the setting has come to seem so stale.
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By RICK MAESE | March 6, 2007
Friends, I have met the enemy, and be forewarned, he's more concerned with the hard drive than the hard court, more protective of the World Wide Web than the wide world of sports, and he will stop at nothing to cut out the 'Net to keep you from seeing who cuts down the nets. That's right, there are computer technicians currently working around the clock to take away our inalienable right to Internet access at work during the NCAA tournament. I know what you're thinking, and yes, this is something that was guaranteed in both the Bill of Rights and the Ten Commandments.
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By PETER A. JAY | January 30, 1994
Havre de Grace. -- When I was a child we bought most of our food from a rural store on Route 22 at Shucks Corner. It was about six miles from home, and although there were several other small stores a little closer, and what we called the chain stores in Bel Air and Havre de Grace, my family preferred this one.The store at Shucks Corner had a good supply of canned goods and staples, some fresh meats, and fruits and vegetablesdepending on the season....
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By GARRISON KEILLOR | June 14, 2007
It used to be that Los Angelenos were much too cool to express outright pride in their city, feeling that boosterism is for yahoos from the Midwest, but when I was there last week I got an earful about what a good place it is from friends who never said anything like that to me before. They always talked about choking traffic, the unreality of real estate prices, the sprawl, smog, blah blah blah, and now they were saying, "I couldn't live anyplace else." The bright burst of civic feeling might have been the result of the bad brush fires - it had been a very dry winter and spring - with a major blaze a month ago right in Griffith Park in the heart of the city.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | April 4, 1995
So this was peace. It wasn't exactly Ripken extending The Streak yet, and it wasn't quite Mussina with the overhand curve or Palmeiro going deep, but at least a few familiar faces showed up at Oriole Park yesterday to talk about the business of baseball and hope that somebody out here actually gives a damn.On a sunlit noon that should have been Opening Day, this is the great unanswered question: Do we still care? At the end of an eight-month strike, at the beginning of a delayed spring training, who knows who still feels the old emotional tugs, the reverence for the game's marvelous traditions, the impulse to hock the family jewels for two tickets in the bleachers, plus parking, pizza and a couple of beers.
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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | August 12, 2012
Sometimes, less is more. Tonight's episode clocked in at a brisk 50 minutes -- and it was one of the best episodes of the season. Even with the laughable introduction of a mysterious scroll. Dun-dun-dun! With just two more episodes to go, this episode was clearly a transition to the usually action-packed last two "True Bloods" of the season. It was fast-paced, often funny and didn't tie up any loose ends. And, shockingly, it was even heartfelt. What's going on at the Authority?
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By Meghan Welsh | February 10, 2012
Another week, another episode of "Jersey Shore. " Does anyone else feel as if watching it has become more of a chore than an enjoyable escape from everyday life? We keep getting teased into thinking that the following week's episode is going to turn the season around. I thought for sure we were going to see some sort of action between Snooki and Mike, as we have been waiting for it since week one. Nope - Another dud! Here's the rundown of this evening's "JS": Mike calls “The Unit” yet again, and finds out that he is in Miami, meaning the confrontation between him and Jionni will have to be delayed yet again.
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By Marissa Gallo | November 16, 2011
Thanks to Tyra Banks, we now know what the original Olympic games would have looked like if they had couture dresses and expensive jewelry. Hint: Jumping hurdles in high heels looks hard. The models got to explore Greece some more, drink with some cute Grecian men and have a good yelling match over some constructive criticsm. If your friends can't tell you that you lack confidence, who can? In the end, someone still went home, and it wasn't the obvious choice. Read on. SPOILERS AHEAD!
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By Beth Aaltonen | October 19, 2011
Will we see Rick say more than three words this episode? Probably not until the episode he gets voted off. At Savaii, Ozzy is realizing that it's a freakin' game, and that the people on his tribe might not be blindly following him. Of course, the way he puts it, it's all blah blah loyalty, blah blah betrayed. Whatever. During his temper tantrum, he reveals that he has the Immunity Idol, which is a stupid thing to do. After the first commercial, we're still at Savaii, and Ozzy is still complaining about people going behind his back.
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By GARRISON KEILLOR | June 14, 2007
It used to be that Los Angelenos were much too cool to express outright pride in their city, feeling that boosterism is for yahoos from the Midwest, but when I was there last week I got an earful about what a good place it is from friends who never said anything like that to me before. They always talked about choking traffic, the unreality of real estate prices, the sprawl, smog, blah blah blah, and now they were saying, "I couldn't live anyplace else." The bright burst of civic feeling might have been the result of the bad brush fires - it had been a very dry winter and spring - with a major blaze a month ago right in Griffith Park in the heart of the city.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | March 25, 2007
NO BROADWAY AUDItion has ever come under the scrutiny of so many judges. An average of 7.5 million viewers have been tuning in each week to watch NBC's Grease: You're the One That I Want!, the reality television show that will cast the leads in this summer's Broadway revival of the musical Grease. In TV terms, these may not be astronomical figures. But in Broadway terms, they're huge. GREASE: YOU'RE THE ONE THAT I WANT! / / Airs at 8 tonight on WBAL (Channel 11) THE ONES THAT THEY WANT Four experts in the theater make their choices for the winning Danny and Sandy KEN WAISSMAN Baltimore-born producer of the original Broadway production of Grease SANDY: Laura.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | March 25, 2007
NO BROADWAY AUDItion has ever come under the scrutiny of so many judges. An average of 7.5 million viewers have been tuning in each week to watch NBC's Grease: You're the One That I Want!, the reality television show that will cast the leads in this summer's Broadway revival of the musical Grease. In TV terms, these may not be astronomical figures. But in Broadway terms, they're huge. GREASE: YOU'RE THE ONE THAT I WANT! / / Airs at 8 tonight on WBAL (Channel 11) THE ONES THAT THEY WANT Four experts in the theater make their choices for the winning Danny and Sandy KEN WAISSMAN Baltimore-born producer of the original Broadway production of Grease SANDY: Laura.
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By DAN RODRICKS | May 6, 1994
Seen along Hopkins Place, between Lombard and Pratt, behind shrubbery, within the shadow of the federal courthouse: Two men, presumably homeless. One on a bench. One beneath the bench. They're watching TV. The set is plugged into an outlet on a steel lamppost. My sources witnessed this late Tuesday afternoon. However, they failed to note what the men were watching at the time. We're guessing "Roseanne."A suitable solutionHere's how to defuse the controversy over the statue of the nude surfer in Ocean City: Have the O.C. Downtown Association cut a deal with Speedo to advertise swimming briefs on the bronze, a different bottom every day. Too commercial?
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By RICK MAESE | March 6, 2007
Friends, I have met the enemy, and be forewarned, he's more concerned with the hard drive than the hard court, more protective of the World Wide Web than the wide world of sports, and he will stop at nothing to cut out the 'Net to keep you from seeing who cuts down the nets. That's right, there are computer technicians currently working around the clock to take away our inalienable right to Internet access at work during the NCAA tournament. I know what you're thinking, and yes, this is something that was guaranteed in both the Bill of Rights and the Ten Commandments.
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