Michael GoughActor played butler in 'Batman' movies
Michael Gough, 94, a British actor best known for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred in a series of "Batman" movies, died Thursday at home in England, his former wife Anneke...
As the new home market struggles to find its footing, executives at Los Angeles builder KB Home aren't quite ready to call the bottom. The company said today that its revenue for the three months ended in August fell 33%, ...
Lakers links --The Times' Mike Bresnahan highlights the Lakers' success in must-win playoff situations. --The Times' Lisa Dillman explains what's gotten Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson so upset with the team's defense. --ESPN.com's J.A. Adande outlines why the La
Lakers links --The Times' Broderick Turner details the decision behind Lakers center Andrew Bynum getting his right knee drained. --The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at the decisions the Lakers will have to make during off-season. --NBA Fanhouse's Sam Amick deta
Game stories -- The Times' Mike Bresnahan believes the Lakers' 96-89 Game 4 NBA Finals loss Thursday to the Boston Celtics resembled their poor play in the 2008 Finals. --The New York Times' Howard Beck credits the Celtics' bench. --The Boston Globe's Julian B
In the world according to âOpus,â a string quartet requires artistic polyamory: You have to all get on to get it on musically. Michael Hollingerâs witty, entertaining dramedy, now at the Fountain Theatre, is a romance played out with horsehair ...
I had tweeted during LeBron James' embarrassing one-hour special that the "only reason why the buildup to LeBron's decision is captivating to me is that's made for plenty of great Twitter insults." And boy were there plenty regarding James' one-hour special as
-- The Times' Baxter Holmes focuses on the text message exchange between Matt Barnes and Kobe Bryant. -- The Daily News' Vincent Bonsignore credits Bryant's effort in helping the Lakers secure Barnes. -- The Orange County Register's Janis Carr explains why it'
San Bernardino County authorities are seeking the publicâs help in identifying a woman whose body was found set on fire early Tuesday in Joshua Tree. Because of burns to the victimâs hands and face, coronerâs investigators were unable to identify ...
--The Orange County Register's Janis Carr details the efforts Derrick Caracter has made to get ready for training camp. --The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding recounts a sit-down interview he had last season with Kobe Bryant. The Lakers Nation found this gr
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan recaps Ron Artest's memorable offseason and how the Lakers star plans to build off his performance in Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals. --Feel like getting angry? Subscribe to ESPN Insider and read why ESPN.com's John Hollinger believe
-- The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at the exhibition performance of Kobe Bryant, who says of his surgically repaired right knee, "I'm probably about 60%." -- The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding shares his observations on the Lakers' 111-92 pre-season Monda
Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan reports that Kobe Bryant's rehabilitation surrounding his surgically repaired right knee is considered ahead of schedule, as indicated in his triple-double effort in the Lakers' 112-100 victory Wednesday over the Sacram
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan remains impressed with the Lakers' 5-0 start. --Forbes.com's Kurt Badenhausen reports that Kobe Bryant remains the NBA's highest paid player. --AOL Fanhouse's Sam Amick walks away impressed with how Bryant looks. --The Daily News' V
Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at the Lakers' mail-in performance in their 99-94 victory Tuesday over the Minnesota Timberwolves. --The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding focuses on how the Lakers managed to win despite not playing at their be
--The Times' Broderick Turner details Andrew Bynum's progress in his rehabilitation surrounding his surgically repaired right knee. --The Daily Breeze's Vincent Bonsignore details how Bynum's return will help ease the workload off Pau Gasol. --The Orange Count