News archive from 21 September 2012

Lindsay Lohan arrest: Surveillance video supports chef’s claim he was hit-run victim 

Lindsay Lohan arrest: Surveillance video supports chef’s claim he was hit-run victim 

Security videotape released Thursday by cops bolsters a chef’s claim that he was Lindsay Lohan’s hit-and-run victim, but also suggests his account of his injuries is exaggerated. The latest twist in the early Wednesday incident in Chelsea came as the...

 
'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Reality TV star Adrienne Maloof wins temporary custody of sons in ugly divorce case

'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Reality TV star Adrienne Maloof wins temporary custody of sons in...

Reality TV star Adrienne Maloof won temporary custody of her three sons Wednesday after telling a judge she and the boys live in fear of violent outbursts from her estranged hubby. The star of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" filed a...

 
'Million Dollar Quartet' tickets on sale Friday, Sept. 21

'Million Dollar Quartet' tickets on sale Friday, Sept. 21

Tickets for the Orlando stop of the national tour of "Million Dollar Quartet" will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21. Ticket prices range from $41 to $78 and are available at http://www.OrlandoBroadway.com or by calling 1-800-982-2787....

 
Boys & Girls Clubs selling 'Men Cooking for Kids Cookbook' to raise money for operating costs

Boys & Girls Clubs selling 'Men Cooking for Kids Cookbook' to raise money for operating costs

LEESBURG - Men, it's time to whip up dinner for your kids. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Lake and Sumter counties is selling its "Men Cooking for Kids Cookbook." The 58-page book includes more than 250 recipes from local doctors, attorneys,...

 
Moonlight Players to stage Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'

Moonlight Players to stage Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'

CLERMONT - Shakespeare's plays have played a part in every season of the Moonlight Players for more than a decade. Founder Jan Sheldon led the way, often setting the 400-year-old plays in recent eras to enhance the audience's understanding. When the...

 

NFL Preview - Jacksonville (0-2) at Indianapolis (1-1) (ET)

Whether it's a win or a loss, Blaine Gabbert knows every NFL game must be put in the rearview mirror in preparation for the next week. The Jacksonville Jaguars would especially like to see their young quarterback forget his last start when they visit...

 
Production suspended at Chrysler's Jefferson North after stabbing

Production suspended at Chrysler's Jefferson North after stabbing

Detroit - A fatal stabbing of a worker Thursday morning at Chrysler Group LLC's Jefferson North Assembly Plant has prompted a lockdown and suspension of production through the second shift.A Chrysler worker said a male co-worker, Jeff Hunter, stabbed...

 

Fiona Apple arrested on drug charges

Try to restrain yourselves from making obvious "Criminal" jokes: Fiona Apple was arrested Wednesday in Texas on charges of possessing hashish. The singer-songwriter, on tour to promote her acclaimed album "The Idler Wheel...," was...

 

Review: 'Head Games' a potent study of sports-related concussions

"Head Games" isn't fooling around. It's a complex, determined look at one of the most pernicious problems facing organized sports on all levels, but because its director is Steve James, this is more than your standard problem documentary....

 

Anti-Islamic film's L.A. County permit details crew and effects

The makers of the anti-Islamic movie that has been blamed for sparking riots across the world worked with a cast and crew of 40 people and some simple pyrotechnics at the Blue Cloud Movie Ranch in Santa Clarita last August, according to a film permit...

 

Scarlett Johansson, Benjamin Walker set for 'Cat' revival

Scarlett Johansson and Benjamin Walker are officially set to get all hot and bothered in the upcoming Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." The actors will play Maggie and Brick in a new production that is expected...

 
Production suspended at Chrysler's Jefferson North after stabbing

Production suspended at Chrysler's Jefferson North after stabbing

Detroit - A fatal stabbing of a worker Thursday morning at Chrysler Group LLC's Jefferson North Assembly Plant has prompted a lockdown and suspension of production through the second shift.A Chrysler worker said a male co-worker, Jeff Hunter, stabbed...

 

Newspace director Joni Gordon dies at 75

Joni Gordon, who directed the Los Angeles art gallery Newspace for more than 30 years, has died. Gordon died Sept. 11 in Bend, Ore., at the age of 75. A gallery neophyte when she began her tenure at Newspace, Gordon would eventually become a prominent...

 
'GMA’s' Robin Roberts has bone-marrow transplant in effort to beat rare blood disorder

'GMA’s' Robin Roberts has bone-marrow transplant in effort to beat rare blood disorder

“Good Morning America” co-host Robin Roberts successfully underwent a desperate bone marrow transplant Thursday — but it could be weeks before anyone knows if she will be cured of a rare blood disorder. Shortly before the potentially life-saving...

 

Review: 'Cherry Docs' earnestly confronts bigotry in several forms

Tolerance is an ideal easily invoked in the abstract, but it seems to be losing ground when it comes to follow-through. In a particularly timely revival, "Cherry Docs," David Gow's 1998 two-hander at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum,...

 

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