May 22, 2008 |
Edvard Munch's masterpiece "The Scream" goes back on display in Oslo, Norway, this week for the first time since it was stolen four years ago, but it has suffered permanent damage, museum officials said Wednesday. Masked gunmen stole the work and another Munch masterpiece, "Madonna," in a brazen daylight raid on the Munch Museum in August 2004. Police recovered the paintings, considered priceless, more than a year later. Two men have been convicted and sentenced. The two works show signs of damage despite extensive restoration.
November 28, 1997
Regarding Madeleine Brink's letter about the pain lobsters feel when cooked ("Lobsters' Pain," Oct. 22), I would hope to put her heart at ease. I have witnessed the cooking of many lobsters. Never have I heard a "scream" when they are put into the water. Further, all movement stops within a second or two of the lobster hitting the water, leading me to believe that death comes almost instantaneously. The thought that they "live up to 12 minutes in boiling water" is ridiculous. I don't believe a grown man or gorilla could do that.
October 13, 2009
Pickup: ABC has ordered a full season of its rookie drama "FlashForward." Scream fest: Megan Fox, Hugh Jackman, Tobey Maguire and Quentin Taratino will participate in "Scream 2009," honoring sci-fi, fantasy and horror work in TV and film. The Spike TV special will be taped Saturday at the Greek Theatre for telecast on Oct. 27.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1999
If I hear or read that self-centered, self-serving term "self-esteem" one more time, I'm going to scream. Can't we have self-respect? PATTI GARRITY Manhattan Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1992
Balboa Park is for ALL the people, not just the homeless (bums, alcoholics, drug users). The homeless activists are attempting to get the San Diego City Council to heap another responsibility upon the taxpayers of San Diego. Don't let them. Scream long and loud. JAMES DAUGHTERY, San Diego
December 23, 1990
Hilburn's article is a perfect example of the interviewee being right and the interviewer being wrong. Sinead O'Connor says, "The good thing was I could go on stage every night and scream my heart out." Hilburn says she "sings." O'Connor is right. She screams. She certainly doesn't sing. MAC ST. JOHNS Thousand Oaks