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Staff writerA bouquet of flowers marked the back pew seat at Fort Lauderdale's First Presbyterian Church, where almost every Sunday for decades the booming voice of Bill Markham rang out even above the choir. Markham, Broward County's longtime property appraiser,...
Tags: Jim Naugle, Democratic Party, Death, Employees, Elections
Chicago TribuneA fresh, sweet strawberry is always a treat. But it's even sweeter when you grow it yourself."It's so fun to go pick strawberries off the pot for breakfast in the morning," says Jennifer Brennan, horticulture information specialist at the Chalet Nursery &...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Hobbies, Gardening, Death, Science and Technology
Chicago TribuneA fresh, sweet strawberry is always a treat. But it's even sweeter when you grow it yourself. "It's so fun to go pick strawberries off the pot for breakfast in the morning," says Jennifer Brennan, horticulture information specialist at the Chalet...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Hobbies, Gardening, Death, Sports
Times Staff Writer"Trapped," which opened Friday, is not the kind of unwatchable mess you might assume a film withheld from reviewers' scrutiny would be. It is, however, something equally unfortunate: a mess you'd rather not be watching. "Trapped" is directed by Luis...
Times Staff Writer"Scary Movie 3" is, fortunately, a sequel in title only. The first entry was an amusing sendup of Dimension Films' "Scream" movies, but the second was a gross-out comedy that was more gross than funny. For this one, Dimension brought in spoof-master David...
Tags: D.L. Hughley, Anthony Anderson, Shawn Wayans, Ja Rule, Movies
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 30, 1998 With the Titanic, it was a plain old iceberg that did it in. But with "Deep Rising's" brand-new $487.6-million pleasure ship the Argonautica, it's immense sea serpents lurking in the depths of the South China Sea, surfacing...
Tags: New Zealand, James Stewart, Death, Jason Flemyng, Famke Janssen
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 23, 1999 Bodily secretions and abused pooches aside, the most startling quality of "There's Something About Mary" was the way it married the romantic comedy genre to the teen gross-out movie. All of that raunchy stuff that had audiences...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 12, 2001 In the suspense thriller "Antitrust," Tim Robbins is so obviously parodying Bill Gates that the filmmakers feel compelled to have the Microsoft mogul mentioned by way of a decidedly self-conscious disclaimer. Writer Peter...
Rosemary Kennedy, the oldest sister of President John F. Kennedy who spent much of her life shielded from the public eye and struggling with mental retardation, died Friday. She was 86. Kennedy, the third child of Rose and Joseph Kennedy, underwent a...
Tags: Children, Wisconsin, John F. Kennedy, Death, Special Olympics
Sun-Sentinel(Published Aug. 26, 1992) Hurricane Andrew turned the lower third of Dade County into a stricken landscape of 50,000 homeless citizens running out of water, food and hope. Damage estimates from Andrew reached $20 billion, making it by far the costliest...
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