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January 8, 2004
This week, Calendar introduces redesigned Comics Plus pages. No comics have been eliminated. They're reorganized so that comics that share similar readers are grouped together. As part of the changes, the Crossword Puzzle, Bridge, Astrology and Liz Smith now appear on the first Comics Plus page.
May 18, 1991
Julie Andrews was identified by Liz Smith as a two-time Tony Award winner (April 25). This is incorrect. Andrews, nominated for "My Fair Lady," lost out to Judy Holliday in "Bells Are Ringing," and her performance for "Camelot" lost out to Elizabeth Seal in "Irma la Douce." REGGIE WILSON Los Angeles
March 16, 1993 | Reuters
To find out more about Britain's royal family, you might try the latest in trading cards. A Dallas company plans to issue a 110-card Royal Family collection, featuring photos and illustrations depicting the lives of the princes and princesses and tabloid-style copy written by gossip columnist Liz Smith. The trading cards will include several subsets, including one devoted to revelations of love affairs and other scandals that have rocked Buckingham Palace.
April 20, 1985 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
They called themselves the "Legion of Doom" and their symbol was a swastika. Ask Tom Hill about them, and he will tell you about a pipe bomb that was taped to his son's car and detonated in the middle of the night. His word for the Legion of Doom is "scum."
January 24, 1988 | PAUL ROSENFIELD
Children of stars do the best imitations. Lucie Arnaz can do Lucy Ricardo almost as well as the original. And Cheryl Crane can do her mother Lana Turner, and she knows it. "Our facial gestures and hand movements are alike," said the most notorious Hollywood child of the 1950s, before giving a demonstration. The tall, cool blonde bent over a coffee table in her Pacific Heights penthouse and stretched her long arms--reaching for something.
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