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2008-10-12 12:00:14

By Erica Hansen Deseret News With a flurry of new shows opening last week, I've been hammering away at the keyboard, writing reviews. Having been in this chair since February, I'm getting a better handle on things. And, so far, I'm loving it. I've seen roughly 40 shows, from professional to community; from big rousing musicals to intimate one-man shows; from Logan to St. George; and a handful of Broadway musicals to top it all off. So I thought I'd write a midyear,...

2008-10-09 18:00:17

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ST. CHARLES, Ill. - A woman is accused of badgering her daughter's teenage ex-boyfriend with hundreds of e-mails and text messages and threatening to post nude images of him on the Internet unless he started seeing the girl again, a prosecutor said. According to a Sleepy Hollow police officer's sworn affidavit, investigators began looking into the matter Aug. 21 after the 13- year-old boy's parents reported that he had received hundreds of threatening e-mails and...

2008-10-08 09:30:00

By MARI YAMAGUCHI By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press TOKYO Police said they have apprehended a Western man who went skinny dipping in a moat ringing the Imperial Palace and attracted a huge crowd in one of the capital's main business district s. The middle-aged man jumped into the moat Tuesday, then threw rocks and splashed water at policemen who chased him in a rowboat, a Tokyo Metropolitan Police official said. The police official did not know the man's name or nationality. Public...

2008-10-06 21:00:15

Police say three Utah men face charges for allegedly making video sex tapes of underage girls for an Internet site fashioned after "Girls Gone Wild." Bryan Clark Christensen, 22, David Atiquallah Khwaja, 23, and Ian Walston, 31, are wanted in New Orleans for allegedly making videos for the Web site "Hot Girls Unleashed," the Deseret Morning News reported Monday. The three, who are in custody in Utah, were arrested this year after police in Draper, Utah, found cameras, tapes, computers and...

2008-09-21 12:00:19

By Anthony Tommasini It had to happen. Nudity is coming to opera. In recent years, with all the talk from general managers, stage directors and go-for- broke singers about making opera as dramatically visceral an art form as theater, film and modern dance, traditional boundaries of decorum have been broken. Opera productions have increasingly showcased risk-taking and good-looking singers in bold, sexy and explicit productions. How explicit? On Tuesday the soprano Karita Mattila returns...

2008-09-12 18:00:24

By KEVIN TURNER The Transportation Security Administration will soon be bringing a device to the Jacksonville International Airport that will scan a passenger's entire body in a search for weapons or explosives. TSA Federal Security Director Edward Goodwin said Thursday the airport expects a millimeter-wave scanner within the next two weeks. The technology, also called a whole body imaging machine, gives a fuzzy, sonar-like image of what a passenger has under his or her clothing. "It's a...

2008-09-12 12:00:22

By JULIA HORTON THE Age of Aquarius will dawn once more on Broadway as cult musical Hair returns to its roots. In the latest revival of a classic of years gone by, the show is about to go home to the legendary US theatre district where it first wowed audiences 40 years ago. Its then-shocking nudity and anti-establishment theme sparked outrage, and later shows in the UK were possible only because of a change in censorship laws the day before its opening. The intervening years have...

2008-09-09 09:00:29

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The November issue of Girls Gone Wild magazine, which hits newsstands today, contains a revealing account of Ashley Dupre's encounter with a Girls Gone Wild crew in Florida during Spring Break 2003. Dupre, whose relationship to New York Governor Eliot Spitzer resulted in Spitzer's resignation, had lied about her age in order to be invited aboard the Girls Gone Wild tour bus, but was immediately sent home on another kind of a bus -- a Greyhound -- when...

2008-08-26 18:00:15

THOSE who work out or play regular sport know the theory behind icing an injury, but those who are really hard core go for kriotherapy. The principle is the same. Icing an injured area can substantially decrease the extent of the damage. It achieves this in a number of different ways: Decreasing the amount of bleeding by vasoconstriction into the injury site and so lessening swelling. Reducing pain and muscle spasm. Reducing the risk of cell death by decreasing the rate of...

2008-08-26 03:00:00

By NADIA STONE Bathers at a Devon beach are being warned about increased levels of sewage in the water. The Environment Agency, which keeps a record of human and animal faeces in bathing water, has recorded increased levels of faecal bacteria at beaches across the UK. Locally, findings for July show there were 4,000 faecal coliform bacteria per 100ml of water at Seaton. The European Commission says there should be no more than 100 faecal coliform bacteria per 100ml of water. The...