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The WatcherI spent Monday through Wednesday of this week traveling to and from Los Angeles, guesting on the "Lost" chat show Instant Dharma and also squeezing in a couple of set visits (expect posts on "Sons of Anarchy" and Felicia Day's Web series "The Guild" in...
KTLA NewsTHOUSAND OAKS -- A recent pep rally at Westlake High School caused an uproar with some calling it downright racist. The rally took place May 22 in the school's gymnasium. The skit featured two Hispanic students using heavy Latino accents talking about...
The CW Network unveiled the schedule for its 2009-2010 season today at a presentation for advertisers, affiliates and national media in the Theater at Madison Square Garden. The announcement was made by Dawn Ostroff, President of Entertainment, The CW....
The Hammer Museum not long ago held the final meeting of its second artist council, a group of a dozen artists from around the world who'd been brought together to address some of the museum's more vexing logistical and philosophical problems. In the...
Special to The TimesBizarre, haunting and beautiful, Cindy Stelmackowich's exhibition of digital collages at Kristi Engle combines detailed 19th century anatomical illustrations with vintage disaster scenes or intensely colored art glass vessels. The results are richly...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesPlacerville, Calif. In the foothills of the Sierra, in a small city once known as Hangtown, I sit quietly in the corner of an abandoned mine tunnel sipping a cappuccino. It is just after 9 on a Saturday morning and the Cozmic Café has been open more...
Tags: Hawaii, Wells Fargo & Co., California, Bodies of Water, Death
Sentinel staff and wire reportsRead from the last page forward to see an archive of developments in chronological order as reported by Sentinel staff. 5:03 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004 After Charley, my downtown Orlando neighborhood went eight days without power. I have to admit, part...
Times Staff WriterMost great drives are about cruising the open road with the wind in your hair and scenery so stunning that you don't bother with a camera because you know the view will live forever in your memory. California Highway 49 is not one of those drives. Sure,...
Northeast MagazineAs Christmas lists go, it can be tough competing with Xboxes, GAMECUBES and Pokemon, but among the batch of children's books bestowed with awards in 2001 there are some serious contenders. The American Library Association's 2001 list of notable children'...
Tags: Family, Hospitals and Clinics, AIDS, Literature, Gertrude Ederle
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 25, 1997 No, Harrison Ford isn't the president, not even a candidate for the job, but given the chance, who wouldn't vote for him in a Beltway minute? A hero with a human face, Ford projects both rectitude and concern while playing...
Tags: William H. Macy, Paul Guilfoyle, Movies, Politics, Elections
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday September 2, 1996 "The Stupids" lives up to its title all too faithfully. When the filmmakers "put the dumb back into the stupid," as the film's ads say, they forgot to add "the humor." It's so lifeless, so mechanical--despite a game...
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