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One morning 13 years ago, I brought my young son to a storefront children's gym in Culver City. Ezra had recently been diagnosed with autism, and someone — a doctor or a therapist — had suggested that Dave Rabb could help. I don't remember...
As a set illustrator for Hollywood studios, Robert Temple Ayres created his most famous work at Paramount in 1959. Officially called "Map to Illustrate the Ponderosa in Nevada," it was conjured up just so it could burst into flames on television screens...
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Culture MonsterRobert Temple Ayres, artist who drew famed `Bonanza' map, has died at 93. The Autry National Center houses his iconic creation....
Culture MonsterAutry Center displays opening credits map from `Bonanza'...
David Dortort, the creator and producer of "Bonanza," the long-running television western that was untraditional in its emphasis on relationships over violence and that helped spur public demand for color TVs, has died. He was 93. --------------------...
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Merlin Olsen, a Hall of Fame defensive lineman with the Los Angeles Rams who was a charter member of the team's famed Fearsome Foursome, then made a remarkably smooth transition into careers in broadcasting and acting, has died. He was 69. Olsen died...
Pernell Roberts, a versatile actor best remembered for his portrayal of the handsome, eldest Cartwright son on the classic television western "Bonanza" and later as the lead character in the medical drama "Trapper John, M.D.," died at his Malibu home...
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The big plunge | Prepare well, do well | Speak carefully | Look overseas | A building breather | Know your neighborhood | Pack 'em in | Big Fix main page Realty reality: Housing prices are headed way down By Christopher Thornberg In 2002, the median...
The Rev. Robert J. Cornell Priest served in Congress The Rev. Robert J. Cornell, 89, a Wisconsin Democrat who was one of only two Roman Catholic priests to serve as voting members of Congress, died Sunday at St. Norbert Abbey in De Pere, Wis. A...
Decades ago, Ripley's Believe It or Not clued readers in about the English horn. The instrument, it declared, is "neither English nor a horn." In fact, there's little agreement about where the name of this double-reed woodwind, a member of the oboe...
Sometimes, picking the favorite couldn't be easier. Other times, well, you might as well draw names out of a hat. As for the Peninsula District boys' soccer race … anyone have a spare lid? We have defending champion Kecoughtan, which returns...
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