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By Charly Shelton | May 3, 2007
The third installment of the Spider-Man series, and the most expensive, fails to deliver a great Spider-Man movie. This time around, Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), who has super spider powers, finds his Uncle Ben's real killer ? a now escaped convict named Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church). When Marko escapes, though, he is caught in a sand molecular experiment and becomes the super villain Sandman. As Peter sleeps, he is engulfed by a black alien goo that feeds off his dark side. Remember when Luke Skywalker embraced the vengeance in his heart?
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March 19, 2009
Since 1984, a question has been asked. Many searched for an answer. They searched page after page of graphic novel to find it. And last week, we got an answer. The question: Who watches The Watchmen? The answer? I did. At the 7:30 showing. First, a cautionary warning: THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT FOR CHILDREN. Please find a sitter. It?s rated R for a reason, folks. Already, this reporter has heard of, and seen first-hand, parents taking their kids to the next big super hero movie.
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By Charly Shelton | March 30, 2006
As visitors walk through the California Science Center in Los Angeles they will be transported into a world of comics and super heroes. Signs reading "With great power comes great responsibility," "Whatcha' lookin' at, bub," and "You won't like me when I'm angry," are on display. These sayings are familiar to those who know the classic world of comic books. The Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition makes its world premiere in Los Angeles. Developed by the Ontario Science Centre in collaboration with Yellowbrink Holman Exhibitions, the traveling exhibit starts off in LA, then moves to its hometown of Toronto.
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October 5, 2006
Drink To Your Health Continued... Sounds like many of you are checking out "tea total-ing." Glad to hear it and thanks for the feedback. My last column about choosing tea for your health was too long to include this. If you missed it, you can find it on my website, www.gotoloa.com. Finding the herbs and blends that you enjoy while bringing balance to the body is truly a fun and rewarding adventure. There's a cup of tea and then, there's a "great" cup of tea. The difference is mind blowing.
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By Anita Brenner | September 7, 2011
Hope is on the way. In 2008, a group of women, including Rusty Robertson, Katie Couric, Sherry Lansing, Lisa Paulsen, Laura Ziskin, Noreen Fraser, Sue Schwartz and Ellen Ziffren, launched a new project called Stand Up To Cancer. These women were leaders in the media and entertainment industry, women whose lives had been touched by cancer. They brought a new determination to the table. They brought their skills, their knowledge and their common sense. They knew that too many had suffered.
FEATURES
September 27, 2007
Wal-Mart is test-marketing biblical action figures — Jesus, Moses, Mary, Noah, David and Samson among them. And Target will do the same on its website. There is at least some concern, however, among consumers — parents — that such figures may prompt children to equate biblical heroes and heroines with secular figures. And while some may see the action figures as a learning tool, others may see them as gag gifts. What do you think of the idea of biblical action figures?
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November 4, 2004
Valley View by Fereva "Trick or treat!" So rang the familiar singsong chant delivered to my home by groups of costumed children on Halloween, as I'm sure it was at yours. In my younger, more wicked days, I would challenge the kids, "Okay: Trick!" And they would look at me, dumbly. So I'd say, "Just kidding!" and pass out the candy. True confession: I do love Halloween. It's definitely a fall highlight with bonuses, 'cause after you carve the pumpkin there are all those delicious seeds to toast.
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By Charly Shelton | December 15, 2005
 This holiday season children and adults alike will be turned on to gaming, and veteran gamers will enjoy new sensations in games and new consoles. Microsoft has the new XBOX 360, released in mid- November. This will be your must have and most difficult to find item for the holidays. The first shipment arrived on Nov. 22 and most stores sold out in one day. Though there have been some reports of technical problems with the XBOX 360, very few have been returned. Despite the problems, if you have the opportunity to get one, buy it. This last year held some great titles, whether they are based on a popular movie like the much anticipated sequel, "Star Wars Battlefront II," the new spin on a cult classic, "The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge," a free for all ogre fest in "Shrek Super Slam," an interactive chocolate factory complete with Oompa Loompas, as in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and the video game adaptation of one of the year's best films, "Batman Begins."
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March 19, 2009
Since 1984, a question has been asked. Many searched for an answer. They searched page after page of graphic novel to find it. And last week, we got an answer. The question: Who watches The Watchmen? The answer? I did. At the 7:30 showing. First, a cautionary warning: THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT FOR CHILDREN. Please find a sitter. It?s rated R for a reason, folks. Already, this reporter has heard of, and seen first-hand, parents taking their kids to the next big super hero movie.
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By Charly Shelton | May 3, 2007
The third installment of the Spider-Man series, and the most expensive, fails to deliver a great Spider-Man movie. This time around, Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), who has super spider powers, finds his Uncle Ben's real killer ? a now escaped convict named Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church). When Marko escapes, though, he is caught in a sand molecular experiment and becomes the super villain Sandman. As Peter sleeps, he is engulfed by a black alien goo that feeds off his dark side. Remember when Luke Skywalker embraced the vengeance in his heart?
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By Charly Shelton | March 30, 2006
As visitors walk through the California Science Center in Los Angeles they will be transported into a world of comics and super heroes. Signs reading "With great power comes great responsibility," "Whatcha' lookin' at, bub," and "You won't like me when I'm angry," are on display. These sayings are familiar to those who know the classic world of comic books. The Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition makes its world premiere in Los Angeles. Developed by the Ontario Science Centre in collaboration with Yellowbrink Holman Exhibitions, the traveling exhibit starts off in LA, then moves to its hometown of Toronto.
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