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Glynn Moore: There's a strange word for you

...anniversary of The Beatles' appearance on Ed Sullivan was observed recently, there was much talk of the Fab Four's being from Liverpool. That made them Liverpudlians, not Liverpoolers or Liverpoolites.That's always puzzled me. If you live in a city named...

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...tour, they were selling out American stadiums.Although they and the Beatles were cast as England's Tottenham-versus-Liverpool civic rivals, it was just a media myth, Clark said: "Paul McCartney talks about it in the documentary. There was no rivalry...

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Arts & Entertainment
Homer teen realizes dream of running trolley

...outside and inside of the trolley that is already spoken for. The idea for Homer Trolley began when Knudtson was touring Liverpool, England, with his mother, Sally Oberstein, owner and operator of Generous Adventures Travel Auctions. While there...

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Holiday season a time to treasure your family

...together. I recently saw a news article that reported two women, ages 41 and 66, tried to smuggle a corpse on a plane at Liverpool's John Lennon Airport. Their deceased relative, a 91 year old man, was in a wheelchair with sunglasses on. Perhaps their...

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Religion
James ?Jim? Kufhta

...Moose Family Lodge in Kenai. Mr. Kufhta was born, Aug. 2, 1957, in Syracuse, N.Y. He graduated from Liverpool High School in Liverpool, N.Y. He joined the U.S. Air Force and served until he was honorably discharged. He moved to Kenai...

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Obituaries
Norma Edda Lillard

...Melody Howell residence. Mrs. Lillard was born Feb. 6, 1930, to Orville Nelson and Roxie Naomi (Geer) Handley in East Liverpool, Ohio. She worked 51 years as a waitress from Arizona to California. She loved to work and loved her job. She began working...

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Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: William Wyler's Wuthering Heights is one of the earliest screen adaptations of the classic Emily Brontë novel. A traveler named Lockwood (Miles Mander) is caught in the snow and stays at the estate of Wuthering Heights, where the housekeeper, Ellen Dean (Flora Robson), sits down to tell him the story in flashback. In the early 19th century, the original owner of Wuthering Heights, Mr. Earnshaw (Leo G. Carroll), brings home an orphan from Liverpool named Heathcliff (Rex Downing). Though son Hindley Earnshaw despises the boy, daughter Catherine develops a close kinship with Heathcliff that blossoms into love. When Mr. Earnshaw dies, Cathy and Heathcliff grow up together on the Moors and seem destined for happiness, even though Hindley forces Heathcliff to work as a stable boy. When Cathy (Merle Oberon) meets wealthy neighbor Edgar Linton (David Niven), Heathcliff (Laurence Olivier) gets jealous and leaves. Cathy marries Edgar, and Heathcliff returns with his own wealth and sophistication. He buys Wuthering Heights from the alcoholic Hindley (Hugh Williams) and marries Edgar's sister, Isabella Linton (Geraldine Fitzgerald), out of spite. Still obsessively in love with each other, Cathy gets deathly ill while Heathcliff grows into a bitter old man. Ellen continues telling Lockwood the story as Dr. Kenneth (Donald Crisp) enters and reveals the fateful ending. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi Cast: Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, Flora Robson, Geraldine Fitzgerald Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: William Wyler's Wuthering Heights is one of the earliest screen adaptations of the classic Emily Brontë novel. A traveler named Lockwood (Miles Mander) is caught in the snow and stays at the estate of Wuthering Heights, where the housekeeper, Ellen Dean (Flora Robson), sits down to tell him the story in flashback. In the early 19th century, the original owner of Wuthering Heights, Mr. Earnshaw (Leo G. Carroll), brings home an orphan from Liverpool named Heathcliff (Rex Downing). Though son Hindley Earnshaw despises the boy, daughter Catherine develops a close kinship with Heathcliff that blossoms into love. When Mr. Earnshaw dies, Cathy and Heathcliff grow up together on the Moors and seem destined for happiness, even though Hindley forces Heathcliff to work as a stable boy. When Cathy (Merle Oberon) meets wealthy neighbor Edgar Linton (David Niven), Heathcliff (Laurence Olivier) gets jealous and leaves. Cathy marries Edgar, and Heathcliff returns with his own wealth and sophistication. He buys Wuthering Heights from the alcoholic Hindley (Hugh Williams) and marries Edgar's sister, Isabella Linton (Geraldine Fitzgerald), out of spite. Still obsessively in love with each other, Cathy gets deathly ill while Heathcliff grows into a bitter old man. Ellen continues telling Lockwood the story as Dr. Kenneth (Donald Crisp) enters and reveals the fateful ending. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi Cast: Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, David Niven, Flora Robson, Geraldine Fitzgerald Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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