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3 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Screen star and tabloid target Lindsay Lohan is set to make her West End debut next month in David Mamet 's oft-revived drama SPEED-THE-PLOW and a new look behind the scenes of rehearsals for the play are now available to view.
6 hrs ago | Daily Kos
I just learned about this interesting letter from Abraham Lincoln to Sen. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts.
10 hrs ago | National Geographic
Loggers fell a giant sequoia in California in 1917-an example of the pain, sweat, and grit of workers who are recognized on the U.S. holiday of Labor Day.
13 hrs ago | Canada.com
Ted Neeley in the stage production of Jesus Christ Superstar at Montreal's Place des Arts in 2008.
Academy Award nominated actor, Joaquin Phoenix is reportedly in ''final talks'' to play Doctor Strange in the latest Marvel superhero film.
On Aug. 31, 1864, the sweltering galleries of Chicago's largest assembly hall, known as the "Wigwam," erupted with wild yells as Gen.
I wouldn't call it a binge, but lately I have been getting reacquainted in a big way with the classic '70s drama "The Waltons" -- a series I recall enjoying in my youth, but one that I hadn't given a lot of thought to since.
One of the subsidiary pleasures of an old-school spy movie is vicarious globe-trotting.
The Australian actor and radio star Bill Kerr - who was Tony Hancock's sidekicks - has died at the age of 92. Kerr appeared in Hancock's Half Hour, Doctor Who and The Dam Busters after moving to the UK in the late '40s.
HUNTINGTON BEACH Mr. Lincoln will hang his hat on Saturday after 21 years of speaking at the Huntington Beach Civil War Days re-enactment at Huntington Beach Central Park.
In his second inaugural address in 1865, Abraham Lincoln urged the nation "to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan."
Leave it to leftist Illinois to use a museum dedicated to celebrating Abraham Lincoln, one of the greatest presidents in history, as a platform to celebrate a loser like Adlai Stevenson while at the same time ignoring Ronald Reagan, a native son, big winner, and another greatest president.
During part 20 of his weekly series, The Time And What Must Be Done , Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam answered criticism about his deafening silence on the murder of Malcolm Shabazz , the grandson of iconic human rights activist and revolutionary, Malcolm X .
In its 12th season, FCS includes two choirs - Prelude Singers for second and third graders and Concert Singers for fourth through eighth graders.
What do a pork chop, Abraham Lincoln and Berkeley tie dye have in common? All are the namesakes of tomato varieties, three of the more than 40 grown in and around Chico, and sampled Sunday by an eager crowd at the Tomato Fest.
Material Girls across the world, pull out the cold hard cash. A tidal wave of Madonna's possessions could soon be yours.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 03:53 pm
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