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The last edition of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner was published on Nov. 2, 1989, with the headline: "So long, Los Angeles." But 23 years later, one employee has not yet said goodbye. Chuck Lutz hasn't even left the building. "They never told me...
The news business is often a negative business, and sometimes it’s hard to come up for air when you’re swimming in the sewer. I’m certainly guilty of getting caught up in what feels like a cycle that has often left me wondering, is the...
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Culture MonsterAnnette Bening and Elizabeth Banks will be honored by American Conservatory Theatre , which is launching a new annual award in January called the "Conservatory Awards." In addition, the school will honor two founders of L.A.'s A Noise Within -- Geoff...
Culture MonsterMary Levkoff, a curator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington and a former curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has won a book prize for her monograph "Hearst the Collector."...
Money & CompanyIn a sign of the times, the onetime Beverly Hills home of publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies, which was listed for sale briefly three years ago at $165 million, is back on the market at the......
L.A. at HomeThe year: 1946. The place: the living room of Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Jones. Behind the lens: legendary photography Maynard Parker, shooting for Architectural Digest. And carefully laid out on the table: a proper setting of tea, of course....
The Big PictureWhen it comes to making movies about real people, Hollywood has a long history of not letting the facts get in the way. Nearly 70 years ago, there was âCitizen Kane,â chronicling the rise to power of media baron William......
Readers' Representative JournalThe departure of âRex Morgan, M.D.â from The Timesâ Comics pages this week has brought in more than 80 e-mails and 50 calls. The last strip ran Saturday, and a note was published on the front page of the Calendar......
The Daily MirrorNov. 23, 1980: Mae West dies at the age of 87 and gets a first-rate obituary by Kevin Thomas and the legendary/notorious Ted Thackrey. A sample: She was painted by Dali, admired by George Bernard Shaw, photographed by Avedon and......
Pop & HissOn Monday and Tuesday, Radiohead will be giving out a newspaper in commemoration of "The King of Limbs" being available in record stores. Why are they giving out a newspaper? Because Thom Yorke is William Randolph Hearst now? Because they......
Orlando Arts BlogHere's today's art-page spotlight from the Orlando Sentinel's Calendar section, written by my colleague Tod Caviness: The Confident Line WHAT: Born to a poor family in Oregon, Henry Patrick Raleigh sketched high society so well that he found himself swept...
The Daily MirrorA rather elaborate (OK, expensive and ugly) Citizen Marksmanship Competition lamp/trophy sponsored by the Los Angeles Examiner has been listed on EBay. Bidding on the trophy begins at $2,450. "These charming Milwaukee girls were the first all-woman team...
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