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Fashion CriticThere was a luxe trashiness to many of the collections for fall that's curious when everyone is in survival mode. Between Alexander Wang in New York, Pucci in Milan, Balmain and Givenchy in Paris, I was left with a distinct morning-after feeling. But why,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCelestina "Celes" Lopez strode out from under the shade of a battered palm tree in a corner of MacArthur Park, entered the makeshift soccer field of dirt and gravel, and called to teammates in Spanish. "Don't be afraid of the big ones," said the 40-year-...
Times Staff WriterMODELS as spinning tops at Yohji Yamamoto. Models as coat hangers at Martin Margiela. Models with their own lighting rigs at Viktor & Rolf. The early runway shows here were all about those free spirits who are as creative with their presentations as...
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This strength-training exercise can be used to challenge your chest, shoulders and biceps at the same time. All you'll need is a set of light dumbbells (3 to 5 pounds each). Remember to stand tall with your abdominals pulled in to support your lower...
Times Staff Writer2007-06-13 15:04:49.0 Susan Brink: Welcome. I'm Susan Brink and I'm talking to Areva Martin about autism. We'll be happy to hear your comments and answer your questions. 2007-06-13 15:04:54.0 LAChilds: Can I ask a question? 2007-06-13 15:04:56.0...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFrank Schiavone fumed inside his Acura MDX, stuck behind the gates of a railroad crossing in downtown Riverside. Five minutes went by, then 10. Schiavone, a Riverside councilman, wondered how late he would be for an appointment at City Hall as he...
Times Staff WriterEVEN 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,...
Bonner cursed himself. He couldn't believe that his flavor-of-the-month wife had double-crossed him. But then again he had always known of her guile. How else could she have conned him into putting her on his reality show. With her slinky moves, she had...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHis halo was a cage, and all Johan Otter could do was stare out through the carbon graphite rods that pinned his head in place. If he slept, he dreamed, and the dreams bordered on nightmares. He lay in a passageway somewhere between a gym and a locker...
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Times Staff Writer[WEDNESDAY] Los Angeles homicide Det. John Zambos stood at 101st and Figueroa, peering into a green Chevrolet Suburban with silver rims. In the driver's seat was a man wearing dark blue work pants, a gray Southpole sweatshirt and a sequined earring. His...
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