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November 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Catherine Byrne, an All-American swimmer at the University of Tennessee, was selected as the 1992 NCAA woman of the year.
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November 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Catherine Byrne, an All-American swimmer at the University of Tennessee, was selected as the 1992 NCAA woman of the year.
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August 14, 1987 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON
There's something jarringly familiar about the Irish landscape in Peter Ormrod's "Eat the Peach" (at the Beverly Center Cineplex and Westside Pavilion). Instead of the Emerald Isle of "The Quiet Man," with its gorse-covered hills, or the crisp modern battlegrounds of "Cal" and "Danny Boy," the vistas in this slice of whimsy look a bit like the American Midwest.
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August 29, 1993 | RICHARD EDER
With "The Grisly Wife," Rodney Hall completes a trilogy that must be one of the most curious of national epics. His three novels about the settlement of Australia, spanning the 19th Century, speak in terms very different from those of the American epic of immigrants who find their destiny in a new continent. They are told from the point of view not of the settlers but of the continent. Unable to expel them, it poisons and distorts them.
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January 22, 1989 | FRANCES HAINES, Haines is a free - lance writer for the Dublin Times and other publications
The applause was still thundering after the world premiere of Christopher Nolan's "Torchlight and Laser Beams" at Dublin's Gaiety Theatre when the author appeared on the stage in his wheelchair. He is 23 years old. He is unable to speak, to chew or swallow or to use his limbs. His words of thanks had to be read out for him: "The critics may describe me in the morning newspapers as either a fashioned playwright or a gullible fool.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 11, 1987 | PAT H. BROESKE and DAVID PECCHIA
The following listing of movies planned for 1987 release is divided into four time zones: Coming Soon (the January-February period), Spring (March through mid-May), Summer (mid-May to September) and Fall-Winter (September through Christmas). At the tail end of the listing are several films that as yet have no play dates. Many of the names and dates will change--and some of these movies may go directly from production to cable television or videocassette or someone's shelf.
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