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Zap2It.comYou think you've got relationship problems? Clearly you haven't met Holly Kennedy, who gets mail from her husband Gerry, a swaggering, hard-drinking, fun-loving, totally besotted romantic. Who has been dead for weeks. The letters, delivered to Holly...
Address: 3930 Hypoluxo Road (Grove Plaza, across from Santaluces High School) Phone: 561-868-4883 Type of food: Italian Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, noon to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Dining facility: Everyone...
Tags: Appetizers, Feta Cheese, Boynton Beach, Onions, Peppers
Special to Tribune NewspapersCall me antisocial, but I adore traveling alone. And if I'm planning a getaway that includes sipping cafe au lait in Paris, savoring bistecca alla fiorentina in Florence or strolling through the colorful streets of old Nice, I'm that much more thrilled...
Tags: NATO, Travel, European Union, Labor Disputes, Europe
Times Staff WriterIn the shadow of downtown Los Angeles' glittering Bunker Hill skyscrapers is a 50-block area of grime, despair, struggle and hope known as skid row. Every day, office workers, tourists, suburban moms and urban pioneers traverse the edges of skid row,...
Special To The SunNew York City in a day? It's hard to imagine, what with all there is to do. However, if you ride with one of several local luxury bus companies that leave from the Baltimore area, you can begin your journey stress-free. In about three hours, you will...
Tags: Oprah Winfrey, Travel, Times Square, Guggenheim Museum, Tickets
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday December 24, 1997 "Kundun" is a stunningly beautiful object offered in tribute to a holy man, a gorgeous film that is nevertheless burdened by the defects of its virtues. Careful and respectful, it is everything a movie about the Dalai...
Tags: New York, Drama (genre), Cinema Industry, Dalai Lama, Movies
The Statue of Liberty wasn't conceived with immigrants in mind, but no image of boatloads coming into New York Harbor is complete without her silent but emotion-charged presence. More recently, she has been witness to history of a different kind. As it...
Tags: Travel, Politics, Freedom of Religion, Lower East Side, Italy
Special to The Morning CallBoth artful and artsy, colorfully hip Montague is a serious new addition to downtown Easton's dining scene. The food is American eclectic and the surroundings, well, beginning with a conversational seating area in a front display window of what used to...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"The Master of Disguise" sounds as if it should be a natural for Dana Carvey, who has created a gallery of hilarious characters and impersonations on "Saturday Night Live" and elsewhere. But even his protean talent can't dent this ponderously unfunny...
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