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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDARDENNE PRAIRIE, MO. -- For nearly a year, the families who live along Waterford Crystal Drive in this bedroom community northwest of St. Louis have kept the secret about the boy Megan Meier met last September on the social networking site MySpace. He...
Tags: Suicide, Travel, Death, Los Angeles Times, Law Enforcement
Jonathan Turley is a law professor at George Washington Law School.When Megan Meier logged on to MySpace a little over a year ago, she was seeking a new start with new friends. She'd had some hard times: She considered herself overweight, had been bullied in school and had low self-esteem. Still, things seemed to be...
Tags: Rape, Sex Crimes, Death, Auto Trends, Lawyers
Tribune reporterDecatur Eisenhower's Lewis Jackson and Richards' Tommie Thomas celebrated their victory in the Chicago High School Classic all-star boys basketball game Friday night in style—wearing T-shirts made by Thomas' aunt touting "The future of Purdue." After...
Special to the TribuneChris Wroblewski never has to fight against forcing his shot on nights like this, never has to remind himself to trust his teammates. The Cornell-bound senior guard has been playing with Josh Bartelstein, Nick Wieczorek and the other six Highland...
OFFENSIVE PLAYERZach Brown, Wilde Lake Brown was among the metro area's rushing and scoring leaders all season. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound senior was chosen Offensive Player of the Year by the Howard County coaches after he finished with 1,537 rushing...
Sun reporterTennessee Oilers coach Jeff Fisher does not have much of a legacy with a franchise that has moved three times in three years, but he will be remembered in Baltimore as the person who probably ended Ted Marchibroda's career as Ravens coach.If Marchibroda,...
BUSHNELL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS June 8 - Wayne Shorter Quartet, 7:30 p.m. •Call for tickets. Belding Theater, 166 Capitol Ave., Hartford. Information: 860-987-5900; www.bushnell.org. GREAT CONNECTICUT JAZZFEST 2002 July 25 - Special event:...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 3, 2000 For his third independent feature, "The Price of Air," writer-director Josh Evans expands his vision but at a loss of impact. Whereas his first two films, "Inside the Goldmine" (1994) and "Glam" (1997), were harrowingly...
Tags: Entertainment, Sticky Fingaz, Movies, Death, Michael Madsen
The Chicago TribuneAmerica, meet the Tennessee Titans. So quiet and unassuming, their own hometown wasn't sure what to make of them last season. So conscientious, they hardly made a peep about being expected to lose to a team they manhandled twice this season. So...
Tags: Derrick Mason, Bruce Matthews, Super Bowl, Jevon Kearse, Sports
South Florida Sun-SentinelTeam of destiny, indeed. Throughout the playoffs, the Tennessee Titans have gotten enough breaks at key times to earn such a label from the media. That trend continued in Sunday's AFC Championship Game, as the well-traveled franchise earned its first...
Tags: Super Bowl, Death, Sports, Steve Jackson, Frank Wycheck
Connecticut's jazz scene sizzles this summer with a variety of performers, including the supreme saxophone smoothie Marion Meadows, modern tenor saxophone master Sonny Rollins and the rough-riding trad group Igor's Jazz Cowboys. Meadows, the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 25, 1997 There's never been a film made by a member of the second generation of a prominent Hollywood filmmaking family quite like Josh Evans' compelling and determinedly uncompromising "Inside the Goldmine," a most harrowing...
Tags: Los Angeles, Television, Entertainment, Movies, Robert Evans
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