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NEWS
September 26, 1987 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
Emlyn Williams, the Welsh-born writer who overcame a troubled personal life to give the world his celebrated play, "The Corn Is Green," and then became the actor Charles Dickens reportedly always wished to be when he became "Emlyn Williams as Charles Dickens" in a venerated series of one-man shows, died Friday of cancer. He was 81 and died at his London home after recent surgery, said his son, Alan Williams.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1985 | LEONARD GREENWOOD, Times Staff Writer
While 1,800 mechanics and maintenance workers of the Southern California Rapid Transit District voted Wednesday on a new 3-year contract, union leader Jerome Long accused the RTD's administration of trying to "welsh" on the agreement in an action that could lead to a strike.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 2004 | F. Kathleen Foley; David C. Nichols; Rob Kendt
Sunil Kuruvilla's "Fighting Words" is an odd amalgam of Pinter-esque restraint and Odets-ian histrionics. However, in its current staging at the Celtic Arts Center, the play is a near-perfect fusion of direction and performance. Director Tim Byron Owens smoothes over any tonal irregularities in Kuruvilla's challenging but occasionally digressive drama, while a powerhouse cast ferrets out the hidden subtexts with remarkable sensitivity and perception.
TRAVEL
March 25, 1990 | VIVIAN RINGER and ROY RINGER, The Ringers are Malibu free-lance writers
It was, to quote Dylan Thomas, a night of "noisy sea . . . and wave and froth." The ticket agent on the wharf at Fishguard, jovial despite a cold wind and driving rain, was doubtful that weather conditions in the Irish Sea would permit the overnight ferry to sail for Rosslare, Ireland. "But even if it does," he said, "you'd have a wild time of it. Why not spend a snug night ashore and try your luck on tomorrow's daylight sailing at 3 in the afternoon?"
NEWS
December 14, 2006 | David C. Nichols, Daryl H. Miller, Philip Brandes
A familiar, familial appeal graces "A Child's Christmas in Wales" at the Gem Theatre in Garden Grove. Assured work from an engaging ensemble propels this sweet-spirited musical adaptation of Dylan Thomas' vintage story, which returns to Grove Theater Center, where it was a holiday perennial between 1986 and 1991. Jeremy Brooks and Adrian Mitchell's dramatization has become a regional fixture since Cleveland's Great Lakes Festival commissioned it in 1983.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2011
Mikey Welsh Former bass player with rock band Weezer Mikey Welsh, 40, the former bass player for the alternative rock band Weezer, was found dead in a Chicago hotel room Saturday, police said. Chicago police spokeswoman Laura Kubiak said employees of the Raffaello Hotel found Welsh unconscious and not breathing when they entered his room after he failed to check out. Kubiak said no signs of foul play were evident. Autopsy results are pending. Welsh, of Burlington, Vt., performed with Weezer from 1998 to 2001 and played on the bestselling "Green Album.
SPORTS
September 23, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Loyola's 7-foot center, Thomas Welsh, took an official recruiting visit to UCLA on Saturday, one week after visiting California. In an email, Coach Jamal Adams said, "He enjoyed it, learned a lot and is still sorting through the other schools on his list. " He has a visit scheduled for Colorado. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
ENTERTAINMENT
October 10, 2011
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday: Former Weezer bassist Mikey Welsh has died at 40. A drug overdose is suspected, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. ( Chicago Sun-Times ) Welsh tweeted two weeks ago: "dreamt i died in chicago next weekend (heart attack in my sleep). need to write my will today. " Then he followed up: "correction - the weekend after next. " ( People ) Zsa Zsa Gabor underwent a successful surgery to replace a feeding tube in her stomach, according to her husband.
SPORTS
January 31, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
What a week it has been for 7-foot center Thomas Welsh of Los Angeles Loyola. On Wednesday, the UCLA-bound Welsh was selected to play in the McDonald's All American Game, quite an achievement for someone who didn't start on junior varsity as a freshman or on varsity as a sophomore. "It was euphoric and an amazing accomplishment for an amazing young man," Coach Jamal Adams said. "T is the ultimate grinder. He shows up with a lunch pail every day. " He also has become one of the elite center prospects in California.
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