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By Susan E. James | September 25, 2008
“Ghost Town” is a modest movie, part “Sixth Sense,” part “Heart and Souls,” part “Groundhog Day.” Groundbreaking, it isn’t, but Ricky Gervais is far closer to today’s Everyman than the likes of Bruce Willis, Robert Downey, Jr, or Bill Murray. Gervais, British TV comedy ace of “The Office” and “Extras,” plays Bertram Pincus, a dentist whose existence is as cold and unbending as the steel dental tools on his surgical table.
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December 7, 2006
La Cañada resident David Blasucci will be performing a special holiday concert at The Los Angeles LDS Temple this Saturday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. Blasucci and special guests will be performing songs from his debut CD entitled "Someday," along with some holiday favorites. All ages are welcome and the concert is free and open to the public. An accomplished singer/songwriter and performer, Blasucci was nominated last year for Best New Artist by the Faith Centered Music Awards for his critically acclaimed debut album "Someday," which was produced by Marty Rifkin and another local resident, Marty Newton.
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January 19, 2011
Q. With the recent publication of books such as "god [sic] Is Not Great," "The God Delusion," "Letter To A Christian Nation" and "The End Of Faith" by so-called "New Atheists" like Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris, atheism seems to have gone on the attack. Labeled "angry atheists" by believers, these authors and those who agree with them have been accused of not being able to get past their hate when dealing with religion. Believers also charge that many atheists regularly depict religious people as being evil, malicious and hypocritical, and that they use religion to either further their own agendas or enslave followers, among other charges.
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By Susan E. James | September 25, 2008
“Ghost Town” is a modest movie, part “Sixth Sense,” part “Heart and Souls,” part “Groundhog Day.” Groundbreaking, it isn’t, but Ricky Gervais is far closer to today’s Everyman than the likes of Bruce Willis, Robert Downey, Jr, or Bill Murray. Gervais, British TV comedy ace of “The Office” and “Extras,” plays Bertram Pincus, a dentist whose existence is as cold and unbending as the steel dental tools on his surgical table.
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