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OPINION
March 4, 2012 | By Tracie McMillan
A few years ago I bought a cookbook titled "Kill It and Grill It" for my boyfriend, a Yale grad who hunted and fished. Admittedly, I offered the gift ironically. I'd been drawn to it by its cover photo of '70s rocker Ted Nugent and his wife, Shemane, each clad in a denim vest and clutching a rifle and knife, respectively. As a native of rural Michigan, I saw the image as both funny and dismaying. They kind of look like families I grew up with, I thought. But who buys a cookbook with a gun on it?
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NATIONAL
February 11, 2013 | By Wes Venteicher, Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - Seats at President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night will be filled with the legislative priorities of a bitterly divided Congress. Efforts to humanize intensifying national policy battles will bring some strange bedfellows to the address, where a survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre will find herself in the same audience as Ted Nugent, a rocker turned gun rights activist who was the subject of a Secret Service investigation last year after making controversial remarks about Obama.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 10, 2000
7 p.m. Pop Music The dawn is approaching for the band that made 'rock and roll all nite' its words to live by. That's right-the mighty KISS is on its "farewell tour" after nearly three decades of fire-breathing, blood-spouting, head-banging rock extravaganzas. They play tonight with Ted Nugent and Skid Row at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, 8808 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine. 7 p.m. $26.50-$81.50. (714) 740-2000.
NEWS
February 12, 2013 | By Michael A. Memoli
WASHINGTON -- Some new traditions have taken hold amid the familiar rituals of a State of the Union address, and they seem to have a common goal: drawing some of the spotlight away from the president and to his audience. The newest push on the part of lawmakers revolves around a clothing accessory - an attention-grabbing orange lapel pin that more than three dozen lawmakers will wear to signify their intent to "put their country first - ahead of party. " The initiative by members of the self-described "Problem Solvers Caucus" is sponsored by the group No Labels , a nonprofit group involving Democrats, Republicans and independents, and is the latest attempt to restore some collegiality in the polarized atmosphere in Washington these days.
BUSINESS
April 2, 2001 | Jon Healey
Record labels, rock stars and high-tech entrepreneurs are slated to testify Tuesday at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on online entertainment and copyright law. Supporters of Napster Inc., the embattled song-swapping service, are expected to pack the hearing room to hear Chief Executive Hank Barry appeal for a legislative life preserver. But he'll be opposed by most of the other members of the panel, including rocker/bow hunter Ted Nugent and EMI Records Chairman Ken Berry.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2007
GREAT to read Paul Cullum in The Times. Re "Casting God," it's too bad Cullum didn't give a nod to local go-to Jesus, actor Emmy Collins. Collins with his John Lennon-meets-Jesus-cum-Ted Nugent looks has gobbled up scenery as Jesus in multiple "Jimmy Kimmel Live" cold openings; "Mind of Mencia"; "The Kvetchin' of the Christ," a Passion parody that ran on IFilm.com for a year; and "Gay Jesus" in the crazy film, "God Made Man," as well as numerous History Channel and TBN Christ docudramas.
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