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The Amazing Randi Debunks Again in Sprightly New Doc

6 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
"The public really doesn't listen when they're being told straightforward facts," says the Amazing Randi. The magician, escape artist, and tiny lion of principled skepticism, now north of 80, leans forward in a black chair, all knees and elbows and Old Testament beard. If it weren't for that sharpie's suit...
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Red Lights Fails to Inspire Faith

9 years ago by Nick Pinkerton
Red Lights aspires to be a genre movie of ideas. Like a great number of films dealing with supernatural and extraterrestrial phenomena, it's a thriller in which suspense depends on keeping both viewer and protagonist teetering, in the face of the unexplained, between rational agnosticism and faithful credulity. By the...
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Organ-icky

15 years ago by Stephen Lemons
The late '70s. California. Macrobiotic cooking. Wacky New Age cults. Jogging. Yoga. Tibetan Buddhism. Jerry Brown and Linda Ronstadt. Uri Geller. Wheat germ. Meditation. The Esalen Institute. UFOs. Patty Hearst. Est. And my own personal fashion icon, the Reverend Jim Jones, the man who made guayaberas and dark sunglasses look...
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Michael Jackson’s Sedona “Murderess” Revealed

12 years ago by Joseph Rossi
Hell hath no fury like a New Age physician scorned. That's what Sedona healer Reinalda de Souza wants the world to glean from the untimely demise of Michael Jackson. She especially wants the famous and wealthy individuals who beat a path to her door seeking a cure for their mental,...
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BREEDER'S DIGEST

31 years ago by Michael Burkett
An anthology of minitales that couldn't be padded to full-column length--or sold to Reader's Digest on short notice. If Uri Geller, What Am I? As my wife walked our son home from kindergarten in the company of a new classmate and his mother, the kids got into a bitter argument...
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Dressed to Kill

32 years ago by Michael Burkett
My wife is psychic. She can always tell when I've dressed my son. All she has to do is look at the lad in his green dress shirt, blue swimming trunks, red-and-white gym socks and black patent-leather shoes, and somehow, she just knows that I coordinated his outfit. It's incredible...
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!AY, CHIHUAHUA!

28 years ago by Howard Seftel
La Perla Cafe, 5912 West Glendale Avenue, Glendale, 939-7561. Hours: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to midnight; Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Restaurant owners can spend thousands of dollars trying to give their places what they think...
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Letters 04-13-2000

Village Voices The article "Hood Winked" (Edward Lebow, March 30) is a wake-up call. However, has anyone taken the time to stop moaning and groaning about what the city won't do, and post fliers around the "neighborhoods" asking for volunteers to clean up their own neighborhoods? It only takes one...
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The Time Is... Now

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An Honest Liar

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"The public really doesn't listen when they're being told straightforward facts," says the Amazing Randi. The magician, escape artist, and tiny lion of principled skepticism, now north of 80, leans forward in a black chair, all knees and elbows and Old Testament beard. If it weren't for that sharpie's suit he's wearing, the kind that looks like...

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