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January 11, 2012 | By Brady MacDonald, Los Angeles Times staff writer
A nightly dance party created as a last-minute diversion to entertain idle hordes waiting for a wildly popular attraction at Disney California Adventure has turned into an ever-evolving mainstay that might just become an accidental institution. PHOTOS: Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure The new Mad T Party scheduled to debut this summer at the Anaheim theme park replaces ElecTRONica, which replaced Glow Fest, which was designed to give visitors something to do back in the summer of 2010 while waiting hours upon hours to watch the instant hit "World of Color" water show.
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August 25, 2006
Re "Viacom to Break Ties With Cruise," Aug. 23 Tom Cruise criticizes the over-drugging of our youth with a Schedule II drug, Ritalin, and gets fired. The implication that Cruise, and not Viacom Inc. Chairman Sumner Redstone, is the irresponsible citizen would make sense only in an Alice-in-Wonderland movie. One can only hope that the public thinks twice before seeing Paramount Pictures movies in the future. RICHARD E. VATZ Towson, Md. Re "Money Is the Real Star in Hollywood," Aug. 24 Good job, Mr. Redstone.
HOME & GARDEN
May 13, 2000 | RALPH KOVEL and TERRY KOVEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
People who live in England and those who live in the United States often have different names for the same thing. Most Americans know that in England an elevator is called a lift. How many know that a davenport in England is not a sofa, but a desk? If you use the Internet to bid on an overseas auction or you do research with books written in Europe, you must know some of the differences.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 17, 2011 | By Chris Lee and Geoff Boucher, Los Angeles Times
Ricky Gervais might have indeed "warned" the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. that he'd pull no comedic punches and spare none of Hollywood's sacred cows in reprising his hosting role on the 68th Golden Globes broadcast. Nonetheless, a visible contingent in the glitzy crowd Sunday night was palpably discomfited by the British comic's full-frontal joke assault, which set a corrosive tone for this year's ceremony that was reflected by both onstage repartee and in backstage opprobrium.
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January 17, 2011 | By Chris Lee and Geoff Boucher, Los Angeles Times
Ricky Gervais may have indeed "warned" the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. that he'd pull no comedic punches and spare none of Hollywood's sacred cows in reprising his hosting role on the 68th Golden Globes broadcast. Nonetheless, a visible contingent in the glitzy crowd on Sunday night was palpably discomfited by the British comic's full-frontal joke assault, which set a corrosive tone for this year's ceremony that was reflected by both on-stage repartee and backstage opprobrium. Gervais' opening remarks, which snark-blog Gawker dubbed "one of the most unrelentingly harsh and uncomfortable monologues in awards show history," skewered 64-year-old Cher's status as a senior citizen, needled 84-year-old Hugh Hefner as "the walking dead" and made mincemeat of the critically drubbed (yet Golden Globe-nominated)
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