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March 14, 2003

Arts&Entertainment: March 14, 2003 Review: This satire shine
SARASOTA -- For the play that killed Moliere, The Imaginary Invalid is pretty funny.

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FILE THIS UNDER URBAN LEGEND: We know that fashion can be bizarre, but it's not this bizarre:

Robert Blake to stand trial in slaying of wife
LOS ANGELES -- A judge ruled Thursday that Robert Blake will be tried for murder because the actor "had the time, the opportunity and the motive" to gun down his wife nearly two years ago.

In the news: Actor Lynne Thigpen dies
Lynne Thigpen, a Tony-winning stage, film and television actor whose best-known roles ranged from The Chief in the long-running PBS children's show Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? to crime-fighting computer whiz Ella Farmer in the CBS police drama The District, died suddenly at her Los Angeles home Wednesday of unknown causes. She was 54.

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