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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 22, 2000 "The Fantasticks," the beguiling musical in which reality collides with romance, has become America's longest-running theatrical production, an off-Broadway stalwart for more than four decades. Half a decade ago, director...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPicabo Street came back, her way, for this day. She circled Feb. 11 on the calendar the way you would a kid's birthday. The Olympic women's downhill is today at Snowbasin and the miracle is not that after multiple surgeries, Street will be competing in...
Times Staff WriterThere are six of us, all women, sitting in the dusk about 1,300 feet above the Colorado River. The rock "temples" of the canyon surround us, Shiva and Isis to the left, Brahma and Zoroaster to the right. All eyes are trained on a maiden moon, draped in...
Los Angeles Times staff writerAlpine skiing: The men's World Cup tour is in Kitzbuehel, Austria, for super-giant slalom, downhill and slalom races this weekend. Five U.S. skiers finished in the top 25 last weekend in a World Cup slalom at Wengen, Switzerland. Erik Schlopy's 11th-place...
Times Staff WriterAbout the only hills in this grimy industrial city are the slag heaps left behind by decades of coal mining and the weed-choked refuse piles built up by the blue-collar masses since the Industrial Revolution. But Bottrop and another city 25 miles away,...
Times Staff WriterUnlike world figure skating champion Michelle Kwan and courageous medal-winning skier Picabo Street, most Winter Olympians are not household names except, perhaps, in their own households. However, here are 10 athletes (or duos) who are capable of making...
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