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In 1995, author Gregory Maguire published Wicked , a dark revisionist look at the Wizard of Oz mythology. (In 2003, a musical version of the novel debuted on Broadway.) Three novels later, Maguire is bringing the Wicked Years saga to a close with
NBC's "Meet the Press" host David Gregory apologized Wednesday for saying during a discussion about Herman Cain that there is no "Grand Wizard" in the Republican field of presidential candidates, a comment he later admitted was a "very poor choice of
Bert Lahr as The Cowardly Lion, Jack Haley as the Tin Man, Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, and Ray Bolger as The Scarecrow, as they stand before the Wizard in Emerald City. Nevada County citizens may face a similar experience when standing before the
Lauded for its creative use of color (just as the medium was a new discovery) to transition Dorothy from her drab life in Kansas to the wickedly wonderful world of Oz. With the imaginative rendering of the fantasy world that allows lions, scarecrows
tool goes here "Out of Oz" by Gregory Maguire; William Morrow (568 pages, $26.99) Until a couple of months ago, I hadn't read "Wicked." I haven't seen the musical, either, which apparently differs quite a bit from the book.
Amos Oz is one of the best-known people in all Israel, one of the world's best-known writers, and author of the newly published "Scenes From Village Life." He's also often mentioned in connection with the Nobel Prize. Problem: With all that freight
The Wizard of Oz - Idaho Statesman Published: 10/28/11 Follow the adventures of Dorothy Gale from Kansas and her compatriots Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion and Toto, too as they travel down the Yellow Brick Road in Music Theatre of Idahos
16 PM Text Size: tool goes here Sure, you know him as the sophisticated connoisseur of Mahler and Prokofiev, the jet-setting conductor who can take five recordings of a Hindemith symphony off his shelf and debate the merits of each.
The Talk' goes to Emerald City for Halloween Updated The Talk takes a walk down the yellow brick road for its Wizard of Oz-themed episode, airing Monday. Photos: Celeb-inspired costumes Co-hosts Dorothy (Sara Gilbert), the Tin Man (Julie Chen), the
It takes place in what appears to be an alternate present, in which everyone is connected via OZ, a digital world that resembles a hyper-evolved Facebook. Through OZ, people can shop for digital accessories, file their taxes and even do their jobs,