November 1, 2013 |
Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr announced last week they had separated after three years of marriage, and "The Hobbit" actor is touching upon the results of their seemingly amicable split. "We love each other. We're a family," Bloom said on "Katie" in an interview airing Friday. "We're going to be in each other's lives for the rest of our lives. There's no question, for the sake of our son and everything else, we're going to support one another and love each other as parents to Flynn.
February 13, 2013 |
"Safe Haven," the latest weepie from a Nicholas Sparks novel, takes close to two hours to get where it's going - the intersection of Lovers Lane and nowhere. Starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, this sloppy sentimental journey is long on beauty shots, short on depth and seriously intent on tugging your heartstrings. Indeed, it demands you reach for those tissues. Sob. The real cause for tears is that Oscar-nominated director Lasse Hallstrom finds himself in the Nicholas Sparks business these days.
June 17, 1988
Regarding the adoption of little Katie, it's impossible for me to understand how any court could possibly contemplate separating her from a happy family. This case has evidently already created some mental confusion for Katie, for which McNamara is responsible. FRANK STRACK Rancho
December 7, 1995
Never have I been so amused and laughed so hard as over "Countdown to Turkey Day" (Nov. 19). The illustrations were very clever. Could Katie and Pete Maratta do another preparation for Christmas? --NAN JACOBSEN, Laguna Beach
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December 29, 2009 |
Night has fallen, so they work by streetlamp light. Matt Rodriguez reviews the route with the driver. "Basically, same as last time," he says, pulling on the bill of his cap. "Use your radio." His wife, Katie, untangles an electrical cord, her brow furrowed and eyes focused. Behind them rises an enormous bald eagle, whose 17-foot wingspan serves as a backdrop for two fighter planes frozen in midair. Fashioned from foam, steel and a fanciful imagination, the eagle will land soon on a Pasadena street.
January 20, 2003
Recently, my family and I flew to Los Angeles for a visit, and my husband and I took our two daughters to visit Disneyland. We brought with us our youngest daughter, Katie, who is 10. Katie has a developmental handicap and can't talk because of brain damage. She is, however, neither quiet nor withdrawn. She is a noisy little girl who loves life and all people. The world is truly her oyster, and what continually amazes me is that Katie always finds pearls. She always grabs your hand to shake it when she meets you and then she starts telling you, in sign language, what it is she's doing -- visiting Mickey Mouse, riding on a bus, etc. And she tells you all about it with a big smile on her face.