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November 27, 2008
If you listen closely this weekend, you may hear the sounds of deep sighing and soft giggling across the Crescenta Valley. Your teenage daughter, and perhaps your wife, may seem as if they are walking in a cloud. My advice to all husbands and boyfriends: don?t panic and, whatever you do, if you find them in a group whispering and giggling, leave them alone! They are in the Twilight zone. Not of Rod Serling?s making, but of Stephanie Meyers, the author of the ?Twilight? vampire book series.
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October 19, 2006
Twilight ? By Stephenie Meyer MT Books / Hardcover / 498 pp Ages 13 and up What would you do if you had just bitten into a figurative apple of knowledge? That is just what Isabella Swan, commonly known as Bella, unwittingly does when she moves to Forks, Washington and meets the Cullens. Always the outsider at her old school in Phoenix, Bella is surprised by the friendly reception she receives at Forks High School, except from five students.
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By Mary O’Keefe | November 20, 2008
This weekend the malls will most likely be quieter because every teenage girl will be sitting in a darken theater sighing, giggling and cheering as they watch a love story that they have read, and dreamt, about come to life on the screen. Theaters like United Artists in La Cañada are gearing up for a very busy weekend with the release on Friday of the movie “Twilight,” the phenomenon that can no longer be contained between the pages of a book. Twilight is the first of the series of movies based on the best selling books by Catherine Hardwicke.
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By Ruth Longoria | July 24, 2008
Forget everything you ever thought you knew about vampires ? or in the European archaic spelling, vampyres. They don?t necessarily fear garlic and probably everything you?ve ever learned about the blood-sucking, night creatures comes from the movies ? which is controlled by vampyres and therefore only what they want you to know ? at least according to a new book co-authored by Adrienne Barbeau. Barbeau will be at Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday, July 31, autographing copies of the novel ?
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By Anita S. Brenner | February 5, 2014
At first, I was a little miffed with Anthony Bourdain's “Los Angeles” episode of his CNN travelogue, “Parts Unknown.” Surely he would cover Descanso Gardens or tea at the Thursday Club? Instead, Bourdain went to Koreatown. Don't get me wrong, as a life-long Angeleno, I'd been to what I thought was Koreatown. Sure, I had driven down Wilshire Boulevard from the La Brea tar pits to downtown. I worked downtown for years. I argued cases at the old mid-Wilshire temporary site of the state court of appeal.
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By Susan E. James | April 12, 2007
He's the Wizard of Odd on the road less traveled. Among movie clones and conformers, actor Johnny Depp has blazed his own trail. Some of his films have succeeded beyond wildest studio expectations. Some have crashed and burned and have never been heard from again. But freakish or tender, profound or peculiar, Johnny Depp is ever-changing, an actor endlessly exploring the ramifications of the strange and the wonderful, a voyager going where few have gone before. A glance at his beginnings did not indicate thespian promise.
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January 12, 2011
Q. The Parents Television Council has released a report in which it claims prime-time TV shows sexualize the young girls portrayed in them. The report is based on a content analysis of the most popular television shows for viewers aged 12-17 in the 2009-2010 season and states, "when underage female characters appear on screen more sexual content is depicted; the teen girls show next to no negative response to being sexualized; and more sexual incidents...
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November 27, 2008
If you listen closely this weekend, you may hear the sounds of deep sighing and soft giggling across the Crescenta Valley. Your teenage daughter, and perhaps your wife, may seem as if they are walking in a cloud. My advice to all husbands and boyfriends: don?t panic and, whatever you do, if you find them in a group whispering and giggling, leave them alone! They are in the Twilight zone. Not of Rod Serling?s making, but of Stephanie Meyers, the author of the ?Twilight? vampire book series.
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October 19, 2006
Twilight ? By Stephenie Meyer MT Books / Hardcover / 498 pp Ages 13 and up What would you do if you had just bitten into a figurative apple of knowledge? That is just what Isabella Swan, commonly known as Bella, unwittingly does when she moves to Forks, Washington and meets the Cullens. Always the outsider at her old school in Phoenix, Bella is surprised by the friendly reception she receives at Forks High School, except from five students.
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