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The all-American season wasn't the mission, but a product of programming that has "1776," a Tony-winning musical about the birth of the nation, and the first regional production of "Thurgood," the one-man show about the first African-American Supreme
The Color of Justice," a touring children's show exploring one of the issues behind one of the nation's landmark civil rights cases, will come to Evansville with a strong local connection. The production's director, Laura Savia, lives in New York
The battle between two Democrats in Ohio's primary is just the scenery for this tale of ambition, loyalty, sex, betrayal and abuse of power...Gosling plays a whiz-kid consultant who believes a charismatic governor (Clooney) has the right stuff to be
22 PM Text Size: tool goes here The DVD pickings are rather slim this week -- but there a few good new releases. "The Ides of March," Grade B: An idealistic staffer for a presidential candidate learns about dirty politics.
Laurence Fishburne is the narrator for an upcoming PBS documentary on black workers in the post-slavery South. The film, titled "Slavery by Another Name," is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Douglas A. Blackmon.
An Army Reserve training center to be built in north Cape Coral is a $14.5 million investment that will create 20 to 30 jobs and help local businesses, the deputy chief of the national Army Reserve said today after a tour of the city...Thurgood
Working at the Fool, there are so many things that bring a smile to my face on a daily basis...Over the past 13 years, you've helped us donate more than $3 million to worthy organizations. We just wrapped up our 14th Foolanthropy campaign, and it was,
The one-man play "Thurgood," starring Laurence Fishburne, has seen productions on Broadway, the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles and the Kennedy Center in Washington. In February, the play will be coming to television screens thanks to HBO, in honor
There's an old saying that if you give a man a fish, you'll feed him for a day, but if you teach that man to fish, you'll feed him for a lifetime. When it comes to extending that parable to handling money, truer words have never been spoken...
And . . . performances I'd gladly watch again: Michael Hayden. Doing extraordinary double duty for the Shakespeare Theatre Company as Richard II and Henry V, Hayden confirmed his status as a bona fide Bard star...Portraying the Supreme Court justice