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  • On Theater: They rob banks (and sing songs)

    On Theater: They rob banks (and sing songs)
    During their brief lifetimes, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were huge celebrities — or what passed for celebrity during the Depression-wracked Midwest in the early 1930s. Their larcenous, often murderous, exploits were celebrated (if that's the word) in the 1967 movie "Bonnie and Clyde," with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the infamous couple.
  • Early H.B. family's story at center of PBS documentary on Wintersburg

    Early H.B. family's story at center of PBS documentary on Wintersburg
    It has been about eight years since Huntington Beach preservationists began their efforts to save the site known as Historic Wintersburg. But the thought of it having historical relevance didn't immediately occur to one of its former residents. Norman...

    On Theater: NTAC, Concordia kick off season

    There's a little something for every theatergoer at the Newport Theatre Arts Center this season, beginning with a golden oldie, Noel Coward's "Fallen Angels," now on stage and continuing through Sunday. Coward's 1925 light comedy becomes a wild and...

    Boosters hope for a revival at Seal Beach's Bay Theatre

    Boosters hope for a revival at Seal Beach's Bay Theatre
    Nick Carabetta isn't sure about the first movie that played at the Bay Theatre in Seal Beach. The theater opened in 1947, so a few educated guesses are possible: the holiday classic "Miracle on 34th Street," maybe, or the Oscar-winner "Gentleman's...

    On Theater: 'Whipping Man' packs a wallop

    On Theater: 'Whipping Man' packs a wallop
    The time is 1865. The Civil War has ended. President Lincoln has been assassinated. Richmond, Va., the capital of the Confederacy, lies in ruins. Amid this devastation, three survivors of the conflict — two ex-slaves and their former master —...