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NEWS
February 7, 2002
What's Coming Tuesday: "Hearts in Atlantis" Feb. 19: "Don't Say a Word," "Hardball" and "O" Feb. 26: "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," "Bones," "13 Ghosts," "The Musketeer," "Haiku Tunnel" and "Megiddo: The Omega Code" March 5: "Riding in Cars With Boys" and "The Last Castle" March 12: "Zoolander," "Heist," "Sexy Beast," "Liam," "The Wash" and "Joy Ride" March 19: "Training Day," "Bandits," "Focus" and "Donnie Darko" March 26:...
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NEWS
January 31, 2002
What's Coming Tuesday: "Ghost World," "Captain Corelli's Mandolin," "Grateful Dawg" "and "Maze" Feb. 12: "Hearts in Atlantis" Feb. 19: "Don't Say a Word," "Hardball" and "O" Feb. 26: "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," "Bones," "13 Ghosts," "The Musketeer," "Haiku Tunnel" and "Megiddo: The Omega Code 2" March 5: "Riding in Cars With Boys" and "The Last Castle" March 12: "Zoolander," "Heist," "Sexy Beast," "Lia," "The Wash" and "Joy...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 11, 2010
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NEWS
July 8, 2011 | By James Oliphant
President Obama on Friday marked the passing of an era of manned space flight, lauding not only the crew of the space shuttle Atlantis but the men and women who have supported NASA's efforts for more than 30 years. "Behind Atlantis and her crew of brave astronauts stand thousands of dedicated workers who have poured their hearts and souls into America’s space shuttle program over the past three decades. To them and all of NASA’s incredible workforce, I want to express my sincere gratitude.
NATIONAL
September 7, 2012 | By Richard Simon
WASHINGTON -- Sorry, Houston, you didn't get a space shuttle, but at least you'll get a glimpse of the last one to fly -- on its way to L.A. NASA's plans for delivering the retired shuttle Endeavour to its permanent home in California call for the orbiter to fly on the back of a Boeing 747 over parts of Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico, as well as landmarks in San Francisco and Sacramento, before landing at Los Angeles International...
SPORTS
December 2, 1987 | Steve Harvey
The University of Arizona, which won only 4 of its 11 games, became the third Mildcat team in history to win the mythical Bottom Ten title, following in the proud tradition of equally mythical sister schools, Northwestern and Kansas State. Arizona, the most famous tie-maker since Garo Yepremian, finished 4-4-3. However, the primitive Bottom Ten computers count ties as losses. The Mildcats just edged out Georgia, 8-3, which in the words of coach Vince Dooley, was "dominated . . .
NEWS
October 12, 1989 | LEE DYE, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
Workers began the time-consuming task of switching a key computer aboard the space shuttle Atlantis Wednesday, a process that is expected to delay the launch until at least next Tuesday. The computer, called a controller, monitors one of the shuttle's three main engines during liftoff and it had given faulty readings during a checkout Monday night.
NATIONAL
March 22, 2013
WASHINGTON - So what if it never flew into space? The retired space shuttle Enterprise, NASA's test orbiter, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The orbiter, now at New York City's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, becomes the first space shuttle to receive the honorary designation. The National Park Service described the orbiter as "exceptionally significant" because of its role in the shuttle program. New York landed the Enterprise after a fierce national competition for the retired shuttles.
OPINION
July 10, 2011 | By George Alexander
I began covering the space shuttle project in 1972, soon after President Nixon authorized it. I had recently joined this newspaper as a science writer. And the country was enthusiastic about the idea of a reusable spacecraft, which was expected to be sturdy, economical and reliable. The shuttle turned out to be neither economical nor sturdy, and its reliability has been wobbly. But as I watched the shuttle Atlantis blast off into space on what will be the 135th and final space shuttle mission, I found myself feeling a bit nostalgic.
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