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  • At least 35 reported dead in Spain train derailment

    At least 35 reported dead in Spain train derailment
    MADRID — A train derailed in northwestern Spain late Wednesday, toppling passenger cars on their sides and leaving at least one torn open as smoke filled the air. At least 35 people were dead, regional authorities said. The accident occurred on...
  • Early cinematographers, still photographers get their due

    Early cinematographers, still photographers get their due
    Celebrity was a fresh concept at the beginning of the last century, as the movies introduced the world to a new kind of famous person: pretend heroes and ingénues glamorized on the big screen and the pages of movie fan magazines. In the silent era,...
  • Agnieszka Radwanska on naked photo shoot: 'It was great, really fun'

     Agnieszka Radwanska on naked photo shoot: 'It was great, really fun'
    Agnieszka Radwanska, ranked fourth in the world and seeded second at this week's Southern California Open in Carlsbad, was recently featured in ESPN The Magazine body issue, which shows athletes tastefully unclothed. Radwanska's photo shoot had her...
  • In South Pasadena, a Koning Eizenberg house with artful appeal

    In South Pasadena, a Koning Eizenberg house with artful appeal
    Every once in a while, a house comes along that prompts us to rethink how we cover home design. The Sobieski house in South Pasadena is one of those houses: a series of rooms for an art-loving family that looks and functions like separate buildings -- a...
  • 'The Photography of Modernist Cuisine': See food in stunning new ways

    'The Photography of Modernist Cuisine': See food in stunning new ways
    Nathan Myhrvold, the former Microsoft executive turned cookbook author, doesn't do anything by half measures. The chieftain behind the six-volume, 2,400-page, 43-pound "Modernist Cuisine" this month publishes "The Photography of Modernist Cuisine." It's a...
  • L.A. Times Photographer Series with Rick Loomis — Oct. 10, 2013

     
    Rick Loomis will be the next featured speaker in the Los Angeles Times Photographer Series from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday October 10, 2013....
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'MasterChef: Junior Edition' on Fox

     Friday's TV Highlights: 'MasterChef: Junior Edition' on Fox
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 6 - 12, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------    Arsenio Hall The Ellen DeGeneres Show The...
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  • Christopher Koch dies at 81; 'Year of Living Dangerously' novelist

     Christopher Koch dies at 81; 'Year of Living Dangerously' novelist
    Christopher Koch, one of Australia's most acclaimed novelists, whose 1978 thriller "The Year of Living Dangerously" illuminated the political and cultural turmoil in Indonesia after World War II, died of cancer Monday in Hobart, Australia. He was 81....
  • Review: ABC's 'Betrayal' hits a low in high drama

     Review: ABC's 'Betrayal' hits a low in high drama
    The problem with ABC's perfectly dreadful new drama "Betrayal," well, OK, the main problem is that it takes itself too seriously. There is no shame in selling soap, as the highly-successful and Emmy-nominated "Scandal" has proven, but it does require...
  • Rare film depicts Franklin Roosevelt in wheelchair

    Rare film depicts Franklin Roosevelt in wheelchair
    Drowsy from watching hours of unedited World War II film footage, Ray Begovich snapped to attention when one eight-second snippet flashed before him. Begovich, a journalism professor at Franklin College in Indiana, was visiting the National Archives...