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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 12, 2006 The Los Angeles Times on Feb. 5 will launch West, a new Sunday magazine offering readers an eclectic, insightful and entertaining view of the many faces of California. West magazine, which will replace the weekly Los...
Tags: Poetry, Eadweard Muybridge, News Media, Willie Brown, Culture
Special to The TimesMusic at the Playboy Jazz Festival always has been inextricably connected to the sun, the wine and the partying, and this year was no exception. But what was particularly interesting about the 30th anniversary event at the Hollywood Bowl Saturday and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEW YORK -- It was one of the most iconic record album covers ever released, and Suze Rotolo was part of it: On a snowy day in 1963, she snuggled with Bob Dylan as the two walked down a Greenwich Village street. "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" went on to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAsked an opinion of his native Los Angeles -- where he lived for four decades before fleeing up the coast 15 years ago -- Griffith Van Griffith's mind goes to gridlocked streets, overflowing high-rises and urban unrest. "I think about the millions of...
Tags: Monuments and Heritage Sites, Family, Death, Vehicles, Culture
The Early Show Castoff from "Survivor: Fiji"; Halle Berry ("Perfect Strangers"). 7 a.m. KCBS 26874 Today Lily Allen performs; the healing power of laughter; Vanessa Redgrave and author Joan Didion ("The Year of Magical Thinking"). 7 a.m. KNBC 884690...
More than half a century ago, Langston Hughes captured the debilitating divide in the destinies of white and black children in his poem "Children's Rhymes": "By what sends / the white kids / I ain't sent: / I know I can't / be PresidentBy what sends / the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRoebuck "Pops" Staples, who led his family vocal group, the Staple Singers, from gospel music into the forefront of socially conscious rhythm & blues and to the top of the pop music charts, died Tuesday in Chicago. He was 84. Staples suffered a...
Times Staff WriterI peeled a $100 bill out of my wallet and fed it into the dollar slot machine as my two new friends, Shauna and Jennifer, looked on. First spin, and the machine gave me $5. "Wow," said Shauna, who was wearing impossibly low hip-huggers. "You won!" "You...
Times Staff WriterWillis Edwards had been in some deep holes before, but nothing had prepared him for that moment, late in 1996, when he arrived at the Veterans Administration hospital in Westwood, 130 pounds left on his 6-foot-3 frame, suffering from AIDS. For most of...
Times Staff WriterIt's high season on the French Riviera. The sun is hot, the Champagne is cold and the parties are nonstop. On the yachts and in the seaside villas and luxury hotels, the rich and famous are doing what they do best: enjoying the fruits of their fortunes....
Tags: France, Italy, Family, Diana, Princess of Wales, Vehicles
Cruise charge removed Norwegian Cruise Line has suspended the daily service charge on its new Pride of Aloha and says customers can cancel cruises, without penalty, departing up to Oct. 17. Passengers have complained about service problems on the ship...
-------------------- Why are these patients receiving substandard care? It doesn't matter what the patient demographics are, (African-American, Latino, Oriental, Caucasion), it doesn't matter what the staff demographics are. What does matter is that...
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