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NEWS
July 11, 1991
It is hard to believe that we are living in the 20th Century when people still regard exorcism as real ("Is It Deliverance or Denial?" June 25). Let's have more exorcisms, healings, speaking in tongues, and then let's bring back the witch trials of Salem or the Inquisition. TONY GRUMMELS Northridge
TRAVEL
November 4, 2007
Oregon Wine country A visit to the wineries in Oregon's Willamette Valley will not be complete without a visit to the Hopewell B&B, a little piece of heaven on a 12-acre farm. You feel right at home in your own private cottage. Hopewell B&B, 22350 Hopewell Road, Salem, OR 97304; (503) 868-7848, www.hopewell bb.com. Doubles from $125. Les and Lola Brown San Juan Capistrano
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2013 | By Mark Olsen
Even from his earliest days as a musician, Rob Zombie displayed a deep-rooted interest in aesthetics and visual style, in creating an entire world stewed in a distinctive brew of horror movies, true crime, the occult and general weirdness. His latest film as writer and director, "The Lords of Salem," might be his most undiluted vision yet, a movie intended as a contraption for unsettling audiences, a mood piece meant to evoke a particularly dark turn of mind. PHOTOS: Movies Sneaks 2013 Set in modern-day Salem, Mass., the story concerns the spiraling downfall of a local radio DJ (played by Sheri Moon Zombie, the filmmaker's wife and something like the Leslie Mann to his horror Judd Apatow)
TRAVEL
October 26, 1997 | JOHN McKINNEY
The Oregon Coast Trail laces together resorts and historic fishing villages clustered around the mouths of rivers that feed into the Pacific. There are miles of sandy beaches, cobbled shore and bold headlands. The names along the trail are almost irresistible to a coast walker: North Spit, Yaquina Head, Devil's Punch Bowl, Dragon's Teeth, House Rock and Hug Point. Oregon's southern coast offers some great jaunts along the Oregon Coast Trail.
NEWS
April 17, 2000 | VALERIE STRAUSS, WASHINGTON POST
A university president, a symphony conductor, an Internet mogul, a Cabinet member and a student were asked to answer this question: What are the two most important courses for college students to take? Here are their responses. Patrick Swygert, president, Howard University: Regardless of what discipline you might pursue, you need as an undergraduate a course in logic. The second would be any foreign-language course. It gives you, like logic, a kind of discipline.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 2000
Salem Communications Corp. in Camarillo, a provider of Christian-oriented radio, Internet and printed materials, announced record results for the third quarter that ended Sept. 30. The company said its net broadcasting revenue for the quarter increased 28.2% to $27.7 million, from $21.6 million in the same period a year earlier. Broadcast cash flow increased 15.4% to $12 million from $10.4 million in the corresponding 1999 period.
SPORTS
October 8, 1998 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
For Colorado's junior quarterback, Mike Moschetti, Saturday's showdown against No. 5 Kansas State at Boulder, Colo., will be the most important game he has had a hand in since the 1992 Freedom Bowl. "Ah, that whole thing was blown out of proportion," Moschetti says by phone from Boulder. Was it? Before Moschetti graduated from La Mirada High, played three years of minor-league baseball in the Oakland Athletics' organization, quit to pursue football at Mt.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 1996 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Claudette Colbert, who died Tuesday, brought an innate wit and self-reliance to a wide range of roles, yet in a fundamental way was always her sophisticated, resilient self, which was characteristic of the great stars of Hollywood's golden era.
TRAVEL
May 19, 1996
When planning your trip and requesting travel literature, be as specific as possible. ALABAMA: Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel, 401 Adams Ave., Suite 126, Montgomery, AL 36104; (800) 252-2262 or (334) 242-4169.6 ALASKA: Alaska Division of Tourism, P.O. Box 110801, Juneau, AK 99811-0801; 907-465-2010. ARIZONA: Arizona Office of Tourism, 2702 N. 3rd St. Suite 4015, Phoenix, AZ 85004; (602) 230-7733. ARKANSAS: Arkansas Tourism Office, One Capitol Mall, Dept.
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