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February 22, 2000 | NANCY MILLS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scott Cohen has been described as having a sort of Al Pacino-Jack Nicholson look and sensibility--dark, intense and a little unhinged--except that he's 6 feet 1 and in his mid-30s. And after years of obscurity, laboring in the acting trenches, the New York stage actor is suddenly very visible with projects airing on three networks this month.
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February 22, 2000 | NANCY MILLS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scott Cohen has been described as having a sort of Al Pacino-Jack Nicholson look and sensibility--dark, intense and a little unhinged--except that he's 6 feet 1 and in his mid-30s. And after years of obscurity, laboring in the acting trenches, the New York stage actor is suddenly very visible with projects airing on three networks this month.
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May 10, 2001 | STEVEN LINAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The rapid repartee and cute quotient can be trying at times, but more often than not "Gilmore Girls" puts a smile on our face. Tonight's charming season finale, which features one wedding proposal and two declarations of love, is no exception. It's a typically fast-paced evening with sassy single mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and her adorable 16-year-old daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel).
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December 4, 2011
Thailand Receding floodwaters after record monsoons are revealing new Bangkok residents: crocodiles. The country is a center of trafficking in exotic animals, especially crocs. Burundi The State Department has renewed its travel warning for Burundi, noting that the country's participation in peacekeeping in Somalia has made it a target of Somali terrorist organization Shabab. The World People should prepare for "unprecedented extreme weather," a new U.N. report says.
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February 4, 2011 | By Sheri Linden, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Like countless misunderstood mistresses, the title character of "The Other Woman" didn't set out to wreck an already busted home. Nor did she shy away from her love for a married man. Now, on the other side of the looking glass, she's ostracized by elementary-school mothers for being a "second wife" and for not conforming to the new-millennial, uptown Manhattan ideal of child-rearing. She's also grappling with capital-G grief over the death of a newborn, trying to forge a bond with her precocious stepson and struggling to save her marriage.
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September 2, 1995 | JON MATSUMOTO
The Showtime movie "The Wharf Rat" transpires in a shadowy underworld occupied by career criminals and unethical cops. Indeed, corruption runs so rampant in this film's urban jungle that even the Police Department's Internal Affairs Division is in need of moral housecleaning. In the wake of the troubling and explosive Mark Fuhrman tapes, portions of "The Wharf Rat" can't help but take on added resonance.
SPORTS
May 21, 2009 | Associated Press
Another potential buyer has surfaced for the Phoenix Coyotes, one that would keep the team in Glendale, Ariz. An attorney for Las Vegas-based businessman John Breslow, who owns 3% of the Coyotes, said Wednesday that Breslow told the NHL he has formed a group interested in submitting a bid for the team. Attorney Scott Cohen declined to comment on reports that Breslow's group includes hockey great and Coyotes Coach Wayne Gretzky.
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April 23, 2001 | STEVEN LINAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Take this movie . . . please. "Kiss My Act," tonight's ABC film pairing punch-lines with "Cyrano de Bergerac," comes up short as a frothy romantic yarn about an aspiring stand-up comic beset by low self-esteem. With Camryn Manheim of "The Practice" as star and executive producer, the movie aims an arrow at your funny bone but misses the target. It wants to pluck your heartstrings but merely tests your patience. And it pushes for a storybook charm, but the execution tends to be heavy-handed.
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February 10, 2000 | NICOLAI OUROUSSOFF, TIMES ARCHITECTURE CRITIC
New York's Museum of Modern Art has selected Los Angeles architect Michael Maltzan to design a 50,000-square-foot temporary museum in Long Island City, Queens. The museum, which is scheduled to open in a mere year and a half, will serve as MOMA's home during the final phase of construction on a $650-million planned expansion of its landmark 53rd Street building in Manhattan. The commission will be Maltzan's first major project outside Los Angeles.
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July 17, 2001 | STEVEN LINAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the fall of 1999, 80 enthusiastic recruits joined the fledgling, Minneapolis-based Women's Professional Football League, ready to tackle a six-game season with money as just one of their goals. Mylene Moreno's "True-Hearted Vixens" (10 p.m. KCET), the latest installment of "P.O.V.," focuses on two highly competitive players from opposing squads, covering their efforts in an amiable but unexciting fashion.
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