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  • Chromium-tainted drinking water: Time for a federal crackdown?

     
    A type of chromium linked to cancer is turning up in tap water in more than two dozen cities, including Riverside, according to a study that urges federal regulators to adopt tougher standards. Even though scientists at the U.S. Environmental......
  • Ronnie James Dio, lead singer of Black Sabbath, Rainbow and Dio, dies [Updated]

     
    Influential heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio, best known for his iconic wailing for Black Sabbath and, before that, Rainbow, has died of stomach cancer. His death was announced via a statement on his website from wife Wendy Dio, which......
  • Fans remember Ronnie James Dio

     
    Ronnie James Dio, who replaced Ozzy Osbourne for a stint as lead singer of Black Sabbath, has died of stomach cancer. He was 67. The influential heavy metal rocker eventually left Black Sabbath to start his own band called Dio.......
  • Ronnie James Dio's widow asks for tolerance over planned memorial protest

     
    Wendy Dio, the widow of heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio, is asking her husband’s family members, friends and fans to “turn the other cheek” to members of the fringe Westboro Baptist Church of Kansas who have called for a......
  • Ronnie James Dio memorial at Forest Lawn

     
    The gravelly snarl. The wiry halo of black hair. The pioneering of devil horn hand gestures. Singer Ronnie James Dio was many things to many metalheads, having performed with Black Sabbath, Rainbow and most recently Heaven & Hell. On May 16, after a...
  • Ann Powers: Simon's last supper, and Lee's chance to sing for his

     
    What would you put on the menu for your last meal? The French dignitary Francois Mitterrand, about to expire from stomach cancer, famously ingested an endangered songbird. Joan of Arc received Holy Communion. Allen Ginsberg sipped at a bowl of fish...
  • Book review: 'I Curse the River of Time' by Per Petterson

    Book review: 'I Curse the River of Time' by Per Petterson
    In "I Curse the River of Time," a quiet Pietà of a novel, a mother and son try to fill in the gaps left after a life of rare communication: Plenty of love, the tough unspoken kind, but too little communication. The mother has been married 40 years. Three...
  • Book review: 'The Memory Palace' by Bartok

    Book review: 'The Memory Palace' by Bartok
    Mira Bartok's memoir of her schizophrenic, homeless mother, Norma, is relentlessly sad. Unlike memoirs like "Angela's Ashes" or "The Liar's Club," there is very little triumph over tragedy in the author's life; no forgiveness, no "closure." There is...
  • Ryan Adams is out of the fire

    Ryan Adams is out of the fire
    Ménière's disease is an inflammation of the inner ear. Specifically, a swelling in the tubes of the ear canal that control the body's balance. No one knows its cause, but stress, exhaustion and substance abuse are among the factors thought to contribute....
  • Health 411: Insurance for a cancer survivor

    Health 411: Insurance for a cancer survivor
    I need help finding affordable health insurance. I got insurance through California's Major Risk Medical Insurance Program in 1991 after having breast cancer. My premiums are now a whopping $1,209 each month! I have not had any cancer issues since the...
  • 'Dragnet' star gets some help from the LAPD's bug man

    Jack Webb was not yet 30 when he came up with the radio show "Dragnet" in 1949. Two years later, he brought it to the fledgling medium of TV, with its memorable dum-da-dum-dum music and opening: "The story you are about to see is true. Only the names...