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Cal Thomas: Iraq is on its own!

...rhetoric about his national security team studying what to do, then leaves for a trip that will end on a golf course in Palm Springs.Vice President Biden once called Iraq one of the president's "great achievements."On Friday, the president...
Oilers Corner: Jon Tatum to join coaching staff

...summer of 2013 as the Hitting and Catching Coach for the Palm Springs POWER of the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League. Under Coach Tatum's direction, the Palm Springs POWER won their 3rd SCCBL Championship plus Southern...
Joy Morgan

...carried many unique items She loved talking about Alaska to anyone who stopped by. She and Jim traveled between Hope and Palm Springs until his passing in 1997.Joy's love for Alaska brought her back to live there full time. She spent her years between...
Johnsons rejoice in 65th anniversary

...Dan and Goldie met while serving in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during World War II at Torney General Hospital in Palm Springs, Calif. The couple were married Aug. 17, 1945, in Phoenix, Ariz., after a two-week courtship. They have lived...

...Associated Press in 1998.He and his second wife, the former Debbie Haas, divided their time between homes in Branson and Palm Springs, where he spent his leisure hours on the golf course when Branson's theaters were dark during the winter months following...
Grace M. Taggs

...Galuska. She is survived by her children, Charlene Florence and Charles Taggs Jr. of Ninilchik, Mary Ellen Bilotti of Palm Springs, Calif., James Taggs of Shannon, Ill., Doreen Taggs Galuska of Happy Valley, Cheryl Vincent of Soldotna and Richard...
Legislators mull budget: Lawmakers making tough choices 20 days into session

...Island near the western tip of Anchorage. "People in Anchorage need to look at pictures of the wind farms here in Palm Springs, California. They're really ugly and people here would like to get rid of them." Wagoner has continued to legislate...
Birch Ridge Golf Report: Mother nature in control

...I'm a fair-weathered golfer (also known as a 'wimp'). Maybe it's because we just got back from golfing in Palm Springs (where I often complained because it was too hot). But I promised myself I was going to golf more this season, so...
Ella Woodhead Oskolkoff

...survived by her brother, Arnold Oskolkoff from Kenai and sisters, Nancy Ahlrich of Kenai and Carolyn Reifsnyder of Palm Springs, California and numerous nieces and nephews. Ella was preceded in death by her husband, her parents and brothers...
The Monk

Opens Friday, Mar 8, 2013 Synopsis: One man's soul is caught up in a battle of good vs. evil in this period drama from director Dominik Moll. Ambrosio (Vincent Cassel) has spent most of his life within the walls of a Capuchin monastery in Spain; he was left on their doorstep as an infant, and has grown into a man of God respected among his brothers for his fiercely held principles and intense faith. A new follower joins the order, Valerio (Déborah François), who wears a mask after being horribly disfigured in a fire, but Ambrosio discovers this story isn't true -- Valerio is disguised because he's actually a woman. Shortly after Valerio's secret is revealed, Ambrosio is bitten by a scorpion and the poison nearly kills him. Ambrosio eventually recovers, but he's a changed man after he returns to health, and begins showing a highly inappropriate interest in Antonia (Joséphine Japy), an innocent but beautiful young woman living nearby. As Ambrosio works a greater control over Antonia, some wonder if the monk was more deeply impacted by the scorpion's sting than they imagined -- or if Valerio's gender was not her only secret. Adapted from a novel by Matthew G. Lewis, Le Moine (aka The Monk) was an official selection at the 2011 Palm Springs Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Vincent Cassel, Déborah François, Joséphine Japy, Sergi López, Geraldine Chaplin Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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