Los Angeles could use a good chiropractor. Imagine unfolding yourself from the driver's seat after a daylong road trip. Your joints ache. Your feet cramp. Knots and kinks turn up in the damnedest places. So it is with L.A.'s collective transit musculature — only imagine getting out of your car...
At 92, Norman Lear belongs to a world-tilting generation of writers that, these days, he has almost all to himself. Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and not many others remain from the great westward migration of talent that began after Sept. 4, 1951, when the first transcontinental coaxial cable made it...
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The famed baseball statistician eschews deep analysis and instead merely jots down ideas about hundreds of crimes.