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  • PASSINGS: Mike Bongiorno, Jack Manning, William A. 'Bill' Schoneberger

    Mike Bongiorno Italian quiz show host Mike Bongiorno, 85, a TV host who popularized quiz shows for generations of Italians, died Tuesday of a heart attack at his home in Monte Carlo, Italian news media reported. Nicknamed "The Quiz King," Bongiorno was...
  • Angkor Wat was a city ahead of its time

    Angkor Wat was a city ahead of its time
    The ancient Khmer city of Angkor in Cambodia was the largest preindustrial metropolis in the world, with a population near 1 million and an urban sprawl that stretched over an area similar to modern-day Los Angeles, researchers reported Monday. The city'...
  • America's 40 worst books. 'Gatsby'? Really?

     
    The American Book Review has taken stock of literature and come up with its Top 40 Bad Books. The list targets some big, popular favorites -- F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic "The Great Gatsby," Richard Yates' "Revolutionary Road," the James Bond......
  • Fox News yanks Sean Hannity from Cincinnati Tea Party rally he was set to star in

     
    Angry Fox News executives ordered host Sean Hannity to abandon plans to broadcast his nightly show as part of a Tea Party rally in Cincinnati on Thursday after top executives learned that he was set to headline the event, proceeds......
  • No heads roll at Fox News over Sean Hannity tea party incident

     
    After Fox News’ last-minute recall of Sean Hannity from a tea party event in Cincinnati last week, the network vowed to do a thorough post-mortem to determine how the host ended up being listed as the headliner of a political......
  • Simmons and Burke's 'You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth' at Kim Light/LightBox

    Simmons and Burke's 'You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth' at Kim Light/LightBox
    "You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth" -- or so say the titles of Simmons and Burke's extravagant sound and image collages at Kim Light/LightBox. But would you want to, if this is what it looked like and sounded like, if this is how it made you feel?...
  • Dissension at Art Center College of Design

    Dissension at Art Center College of Design
    Concerned that Art Center College of Design is putting too much money and energy into expanding its campus and promoting itself to outsiders -- and not enough into scholarships and instruction -- hundreds of students and alumni of the elite private...
  • Eighth blackbird lands at Ojai Music Festival

    The Ojai Music Festival has a long tradition of picking some of the era's most important artists to serve as its music director, a position that rotates annually. But though the festival has sometimes chosen more than one person at a time for the job,...
  • PASSINGS: Charles Lewis

    Charles Lewis UCLA professor of healthcare Dr. Charles Lewis, 81, a longtime UCLA professor whose research included preventive medicine, AIDS and delivery of healthcare, died Jan. 7 at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness, his family said....
  • A lively, good time in Bisbee

    A lively, good time in Bisbee
    About 100 miles southeast of Tucson is the historic gold and copper mining town of Bisbee. The once-bustling city has been transformed into an artisan community, with an almost cult-like following among returning tourists. In a town historically...
  • L.A. in Wooden's words

    EVEN though most people call him Coach, John Wooden prefers to think of himself as a teacher, and not just one who taught hundreds of UCLA basketball players during his 28 seasons coaching the Bruins. His Pyramid of Success, a diagram of core values,...