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TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC1½ stars (out of 4) Remember this name: Tyler Perry. Perry is a feisty playwright-filmmaker who manages, at his best and worst, to mix the raunchiness of Moms Mabley and the shamelessness of Ed Wood ("Glen or Glenda") with the dramatic structures of...
Times Staff WritersThe motor homes showed up before dawn. Soon, hundreds of cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles joined the line, drawn by radio promotions for a new service station willing to sell gasoline for 90.3 cents a gallon for four hours. In her boyfriend's...
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson on Monday called the Sept. 11 attacks a "wake-up call from God" and said the nation can shield itself from future attacks through a spiritual revival. "The Lord is getting ready to shake this nation. We have not yet...
Tags: New York, National Security, Defense
Fate put him in pulpit, Joel Osteen does the rest with an upbeat message and media savvy, the Texan rises to stardomSentinel Staff WriterFew would have predicted Osteen's impact that Sunday morning in 1999. After less than a year at Oral Roberts University, Osteen had returned home to work at Lakewood's television ministry, where he spent the next 17 years behind the scenes. Joel Osteen,...
Sun StaffAs the Rev. Brian Jordan walked back to his friary after comforting the wounded and blessing the dead at the World Trade Center disaster site Tuesday, he was confronted on Sixth Avenue by a frantic man. "Why did God permit this catastrophe to happen?"...
Tags: New York, Christianity, Death, Brian Jordan, Judaism
I'm a 14-year-old girl and I have written a poem that hopefully other teens and Americans will look to as guidance. Hopefully, they can understand that they do not have to be afraid, they do not have to worry, and that we shall stand tall. "We Are...
Times Staff WriterIn the political documentary "The Party's Over," actor Philip Seymour Hoffman serves as a guide crisscrossing the country, scrutinizing the political process during the presidential election of 2000. Directed by Donovan Leitch and Rebecca Chaiklin, it's...
Tags: Barney Frank, Death, Celebrities, Politics, Documentary (genre)
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 28, 2000 "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" not only gives us the skinny on the most celebrated eyelashes of our time (they're permanent albeit augmented by generous dollops of L'Oreal mascara), it very much sees the world through the eyes of that...
New York Times News ServiceOn the first Sunday after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, people filled the pews at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Louisville, seeking solace in a sermon about grief and joining together to sing "America, the Beautiful." That day the church drew 200...
Tribune staff reporterAll of our lives can be changed forever if we choose not to hate. Choosing not to hate those who have injured us is the only way we can end the cycle of hate. After viewing the news last Monday, when the children in Northern Ireland were being taunted by...
Tags: Punishment, Government, Voting, Adults, Entertainment
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