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Tell us about your brush with the famous (01/17/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- In a local restaurant, we ran into jazz musician and St. Mary's prof John Paulson and his wife, Darlene. John had just come back from a conference in New York City, where an associate took him to hear ... 

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The Good Shepherd (01/17/2007)
The Good Shepherd features an all-star cast, an intelligent and relevant plot, and some expert behind-the-camera work. Yet it has been, if not panned, then damned with faint praise, mostly because of ... 

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Breathe easy (01/14/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Take five deep breaths, a chill pill, a large dose of chocolate, settle into a yoga position, and call me in the morning. Contentment may be easier to achieve now that the busy Holiday season has tam ... 

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College costs " a weighty subject (01/14/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- Both the state Republicans and the Democrats have weighed in on the problem of wildly escalating college costs " in typical fashion.

The Republicans are proposing a freeze and perhaps a tax break fo ... 

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The Black Dahlia (01/14/2007)
By David Robinson -- Now available on video and DVD, Brian DePalma's The Black Dahlia is a disappointment, not only for his fans but for moviegoers generally. Working with James Ellroy's best-selling novel, the director ... 

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The ghost of LaBelle the Cat (01/10/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- On one of our recent gray days, the dog-who-must-not-be-written-about was sitting in front of the window where the squirrels like to play outside. He seemed more pensive than usual, but I was determin ... 

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The Pursuit of Happyness (01/10/2007)
By David Robinson -- As a classic rags to riches story, The Pursuit of Happyness could easily have slipped into sloppy sentiment. It dances along the edge of that slough nimbly, its lifeline being a sterling performance  ... 

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Déjà vu all over again, again (01/07/2007)
By Frances Edstrom -- My job " editor of a 24,500 circulation community newspaper " means that for as many years as we've been published I have read nearly every word in every issue. Lots of people tell me, "Oh, I read y ... 

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The spirit of a child (01/07/2007)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The world of childhood should be, ideally, enchanting, secure, affectionate, playful, inquisitive, and every nurturing and loving attribute one can imagine.

Those who have experienced the free spir ... 

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Wedding photography from start to finish, Part 1 (01/07/2007)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you have a relative or friend who's planning on getting married and they know that you own a camera, you might be asked to take some candid shots to supplement the pictures taken by the professiona ... 

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