September 22, 1995 |
About 10 minutes into Karen Ann Knotts' "Dates From Hell," at the Huntington Beach Playhouse, one begins to wonder what's playing on the Bravo Channel. Then the realization dawns that this is not television. It's live theater. Still, for all of its almost three hours, it looks and sounds like television. And very old television at that. Knotts, according to a press release, based her script "on real-life experiences."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1988 |
When Danny Gellis uncovered some dusty old medicine bottles and a corroded red license plate in a weed-strewn North Hollywood lot, he thought he had stumbled on hidden treasure. But Gellis' jewels were only culls from a dumping ground concealed for generations under house foundations, lawns and driveways.
April 30, 2004 |
A U.S.-run prison in Iraq, where American troops are under investigation in connection with abuse of Iraqi prisoners, used private contractors to interrogate detainees, the attorney for an accused soldier has charged. The private contractors from American companies have been used to question prisoners as part of aggressive intelligence-gathering efforts at Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad, where U.S.