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  • Dick Clark dies at 82; he introduced America to rock 'n' roll

    Dick Clark dies at 82; he introduced America to rock 'n' roll
    Dick Clark, the youthful-looking television personality who literally introduced rock 'n' roll to much of the nation on "American Bandstand" and for four decades was the first and last voice many Americans heard each year with his New Year's Eve...
  • PASSINGS: Dan Resin, Earl Thompson, John Carl Brogdon

    PASSINGS: Dan Resin, Earl Thompson, John Carl Brogdon
    Dan Resin Actor portrayed Ty-D-Bol Man Dan Resin, 79, who portrayed the dapper Ty-D-Bol man in television commercials for the toilet bowl cleaner, died Saturday in Wayne, N.J., of complications from Parkinson's disease. Resin also played Dr. Beeper,...
  • PASSINGS: Reginald Levy, Derf Scratch, Robert Tucker

    PASSINGS: Reginald Levy, Derf Scratch, Robert Tucker
    REGINALD LEVY Pilot was hailed as a hero in '72 hijacking Reginald Levy, 88, a pilot praised for his cool-headed bravery during a 1972 hijacking by Palestinian militants, died of a suspected heart attack or blood clot Aug. 1 in Dover, England, his...
  • Ronald Gottesman dies at 77; longtime USC professor co-edited 'Norton Anthology of American Literature: Volumes I and II'

    Ronald Gottesman dies at 77; longtime USC professor co-edited 'Norton Anthology of American Literature: Volumes I and II'
    Ronald Gottesman, a retired USC English professor who co-edited the "Norton Anthology of American Literature: Volumes I and II" published in 1979, died May 10 at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center of complications from pneumonia, USC announced. He was 77....
  • Hilton Kramer dies at 84; polarizing but widely read art critic

    Hilton Kramer dies at 84; polarizing but widely read art critic
    Hilton Kramer, one of the art world's most polarizing and widely read critics for 50 years and founding editor of the conservative arts journal The New Criterion, died Tuesday in Harpswell, Maine. He was 84. Kramer had a rare blood disorder and died of...
  • Black males suspended much more often in California, report finds

     
    A black student in California is three times more likely to be suspended than a white student, a disparity that is much higher in some school systems in the state....
  • Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?

    Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?
    The violent tornado that ravaged Joplin, Mo., killing at least 117, had hospital employees rushing to transport patients to safety at the last few minutes and forced others into refrigerators for shelter. There was 20 minutes of advance warning provided...
  • Arts giving grew 5.7% to $13.3 billion in 2010

     
    Report says arts giving rose 4.1% to 13.3 billion...
  • Mills College in Oakland chooses new president

     
    Mills College in Oakland has chosen a new president. Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, who is vice president and deputy general counsel at Eli Lilly and Co. and has been active in women’s education issues nationally, will become leader of the college, which has...
  • Hedge fund to track Twitter to gauge stock market, report says

     
    A British hedge fund said it plans to track Twitter to predict moves in the stock market...
  • USC basketball: Cal State Fullerton pregame

     
    Greetings and salutations! Coming to you from the Galen Center, where tonight the Trojans of USC (3-2) and the Titans of Cal State Fullerton (1-3) will play some Thanksgiving Eve basketball on Jim Sterkel Court. And, since we're discussing two......