As America prepares to celebrate the 18th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, people with disabilities, parents, family members, friends and advocates across the nation are outraged over Savage's latest attack on people with disabilitiesDisability coalition wants Savage fired Jul 21, 2008
What we've always said is George viewed the revised versions of the films as the definitive versionsOriginal 'Star Wars' trilogy hits DVD May 04, 2006
We are currently in the process of restoring and remastering all three titles for the DVD release, so we're still working on details of the marketing strategy'Star Wars' trilogy coming to DVD Feb 10, 2004
If you ever (visit) Indiana Jones fan sites and see what their expectations areHollywood Digest May 07, 2003
With this trailer, we start to look at the story and the state of the galaxy in Episode IIHollywood Digest Mar 08, 2002
James "Jim" Ward (March 2, 1855 – June 4, 1886) was a Major League Baseball player. Ward played for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1876.
Ward was born and died in Boston, Massachusetts.
He was one of the first five Boston natives to play Major League Baseball. This included John Morrill (1876), George Fair (1876), Ward (1876), John Bergh (1876), and Chub Sullivan (1877).