Elaine LinerSing us a song, you're the Piano Man, Marvin Hamlisch!Marvin Hamlisch has his EGOT. That's Emmys (four of 'em), Grammys (four), Oscars (three) and a Tony. The composer of A Chorus Line and the film score for The Way We Were also has a Pulitzer Prize and three Golden Globes. So he's go ... More >>
Patrick MichelsWoodrow cheerleaders trail Burton Gilliam, class of '56, who rode a Smart car back to school Saturday.See our slideshow for more photos from Woodrow's 80th.Out in front of Woodrow Wilson High School Saturday morning, Tom Hopkins sat on the back of his '57 Corvette, watching the parade ... More >>
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