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  • Bobbie Lee Holmes dies at 84; teacher challenged neighbors' racism

    Bobbie Lee Holmes dies at 84; teacher challenged neighbors' racism
    Bobbie Lee Holmes, a Los Angeles public school teacher who won an early victory for fair housing in California when she and her husband used the courts to challenge the racism of their Pacoima neighbors, died Sept.19 in Petaluma. She was 84. The cause...
  • Vann Nath dies at 66; Cambodian painter survived torture in prison

    Vann Nath dies at 66; Cambodian painter survived torture in prison
    Vann Nath, whose talent as an artist helped him survive Cambodia's most notorious prison during the Khmer Rouge's reign of terror in the 1970s and whose later paintings bore witness to the prison's many horrors, has died. He was 66. Vann Nath, who...
  • Willard S. Boyle dies at 86; a father of the digital camera

    Willard S. Boyle dies at 86; a father of the digital camera
    Willard S. Boyle, who shared the 2009 Nobel Prize in physics for the invention of the revolutionary imaging device that is at the heart of digital cameras of all descriptions, died May 7 at a hospital in his home town of Wallace, Canada. He was 86 and had...
  • After illness outbreak, FDA warns of oysters distributed in 23 states

    After illness outbreak, FDA warns of oysters distributed in 23 states
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday afternoon warned consumers not to eat oysters harvested from Washington state's Hood Canal Area 4 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 19. The oysters are suspected of carrying vibrio parahaemolyticus bacteria, and are...
  • Homeless veterans more likely to stay homeless, new survey finds

     
    Homeless veterans: Veterans are not only more likely to become homeless, when compared to non-veterans, they're also more likely to stay homeless, a new survey shows....
  • Public health [Journey to Rwanda]

     
    Sue Horton, Op-Ed and Sunday Opinion editor of The Times, is in Rwanda on a two-week Gatekeeper Editor fact-finding trip organized by the International Reporting Project. She is chronicling her trip on the Opinion L.A. blog. Tuesday, Nov. 15: The......
  • Nick Cannon hospitalized for kidney issues after Aspen holiday

     
    Nick Cannon has been hospitalized in Aspen for as mild kidney failure, Mariah Carey said on Twitter. Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey were in Aspen for Christmas. Mariah Carey refused to leave Nick Cannon in the hospital, she wrote on her blog....
  • Hold the bread? CDC warns of excessive sodium in U.S. diets

     
    Dietary sodium: About nine of every 10 Americans eat more salt than is recommended, the CDC says, adding that Public Enemy No. 1 is bread, not junk food....
  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of Feb. 12-13 and beyond

     
    If you want to adopt a pet, learn about becoming a foster parent for needy dogs and cats, attend a pageant of the world's most beautiful bulldogs, march to show your support for pet rescue or learn about love in......
  • Tuesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 1 - 7 in PDF format TV listings for the week of May 1 - 7 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Book review: 'Thoughts Without Cigarettes' by Oscar Hijuelos

    Book review: 'Thoughts Without Cigarettes' by Oscar Hijuelos
    Thoughts Without Cigarettes A Memoir Oscar Hijuelos Gotham Books: 367 pp., $27.50 Was there ever a time and place more alive and unpredictable than New York City in the middle decades of the 20th century? Oscar Hijuelos was lucky enough to live there...