January 1, 2010 |
It's a new year, and Mike Henry, lead voice, co-creator and an executive producer on "The Cleveland Show," is celebrating with a new episode Sunday night on Fox. Last year was pretty good for Henry, who lives on the beach in Santa Monica with wife Sara and their 2-year-old daughter Josie. His animated show, a September spinoff from Seth MacFarlane's mega-hit "Family Guy," quickly found its own following. "At first I was a little nervous," admitted Henry, "but once that first table read was under my belt, we were rolling right along.
June 20, 2009
Re: "In limbo over the cha-cha," Column, June 13 Sandy Banks has written stories that make me cry and stories that make me laugh. She also has written articles that make me want to smack someone for being so foolish. This article was one of those. Let's equate a school to a small business. If my department won an award that brought in $5,000, I would expect a thank-you from my boss. I think the principal showed poor management. I attended my grandson's high school graduation recently, and the support given by all the school staff and parents was gratifying.
May 13, 2006 |
Patrick Henry College, the small evangelical Christian school founded six years ago to train students for careers in public life, gained national prominence for placing many students in White House internships and other government positions. Now five of the school's 16 faculty members have left, saying the school's approach is too doctrinaire to prepare students for the realities of American politics.
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December 29, 2004 |
With eyes fixed straight ahead and sweat glistening on his forehead, 11-year-old Eric Vasquez moves his feet frantically during his gym class to keep pace with computerized music and flashing neon arrows displayed on the screen of an arcade dance game. "Whoa," he says, wiping the sweat with his forearm.
April 12, 2004 |
It is 7 in the morning and I am standing in the doorway of Teengirl's room, wondering if it had been hit by a meteor. But since there is no hole in the ceiling, the chaos that I'm viewing must have come from within. The girl has just left for school, looking beautiful as she emerged from the room, leaving the disarray behind. The mess is her symbol of defiance. The drawers that are left open to varying degrees represent her army.
February 17, 2003
Re "Should a Gardener Get the Same Care as a Vice President?" Commentary, Feb. 12: The weakness of Leslie Saxon's nanny-state worldview is exposed by two fatal flaws in her argument. The only way to make medical procedures equally available to the gardener and the VP is by legislating mediocre (or worse) service to all. I wonder how many $30,000 implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) are implanted in the medieval single-payer systems in Canada. Canadians routinely descend on our northern cities for unavailable treatments that we take for granted -- MRIs, joint replacements, et al. Second, I don't think Saxon has read the Constitution regarding the federal government's role.