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The first night of an unlikely 'King Lear' at Theatre Northwest

The first night of an unlikely 'King Lear' at Theatre Northwest

This is what's known as serendipity: Norman Caplan, an experienced director who regards "King Lear" Shakespeare's best and most difficult play, and has read it at least 100 times and seen countless performances, (including an Eastern European gangster version at Goodman with Stacy Keach) mak…

August 15, 2013 9:05 pm Photos

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U.S. Steel VP Tony Bridge and an evening of firsts

U.S. Steel VP Tony Bridge and an evening of firsts

United States Steel Corp. Vice President Tony Bridge has three degrees – a bachelor’s in industrial management and in electrical engineering from Purdue – and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University, but he recently confessed that despite those milestones, he never attended a graduation ceremony.

June 24, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Candy heiress' once-believed Nov. 11, 1911, birthday adds to intrigue of her disappearance

Candy heiress' once-believed Nov. 11, 1911, birthday adds to intrigue of her disappearance

This story is a condensed excerpt of the book "Thin Air: The Life and Mysterious Disappearance of Helen Brach," by Times Niche Publications Editor and Publisher Pat Colander. The first book written on Brach's disappearance, it was published in 1981.

November 11, 2011 11:11 am Photos

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