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Southern California Saturday hired Kevin O'Neill to be its next men's basketball coach, succeeding Tim Floyd. On June 9, Floyd sent a brief letter of resignation to Athletic Director Mike Garrett, officially ending a four-year coaching tenure at the Pac-10 Conference school. O'Neill, 52, has 13 years of head coaching experience at the collegiate and NBA levels and was interim head coach at Arizona in 2008 when Lute Olson took a leave of absence for personal reasons. We're thrilled to have...
The Actors Fund Friday said it will present an all-star benefit reading of "All About Eve" on Broadway in November. Slated to appear in the one-night-only performance of the classic backstage drama are Brian Bedford, Peter Gallagher, Angela Lansbury, Cynthia Nixon, John Slattery and Annette Bening.
By Edward Reichel Deseret News Each year the Eccles Organ Festival at the Cathedral of the Madeleine attracts organists from around the world. Since the festival spans only five concerts (spread out over two months), it's not easy deciding on whom to invite.
By Sally Hogarty ONSTAGE THEATRE in Pleasant Hill begins its 31st season with Mark Dunn's "Helen's Most Favorite Day." The romantic comedy takes place at a small town's summer carnival, where Helen meets and falls in love with a carnie worker who saved her and her sister from disaster on top of the Ferris wheel many years before.
By Margot Abbott VALLEY TIMES THE NINTH ANNUAL Eugene O'Neill Festival begins Thursday, Sept. 18. Last week I talked at length about this year's honoree, the late actor Paul Robeson, but didn't give you proper information about the festival.
GOLDMAN UPGRADES LOWE'S TO BUY FROM NEUTRAL Goldman Sachs analyst Matthew Fassler says there are three drivers behind his upgrade of Lowe's Companies (LOW): 1] Housing data is stabilizing; 2] Company and Street estimates still appear reasonable after a strong second quarter; Street expectations about likely store growth appear reasonable as well, with investors prepared, he thinks, for a modest cut; 3] His normalized EPS assessment has crept higher based on recently resilient margins, and he...
NEW LONDON, Conn., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- In the new, original production "Same Body, Different Wounds," students explore the consequences and impact on their school, friends and families of bullying, secrets, honesty and HIV.
By Dean Kahn, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jul. 20--Treatment for tongue and throat cancer left Brad O'Neill a changed man. He can no longer grow a beard and his voice is deeper now, fit for a radio announcer.
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