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  • Prop. 8: You're not helping, Mr. President

     
    Perhaps even more grating than the ad hominem attacks on U.S. District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker (read Patt Morrison's excellent post earlier Thursday dismissing the conflict-of-interest claims against His Gayness) was the White House's reiteration...
  • 3-D TV: Yay! Or nay?

     
    In 2010, the Hollywood studios can be said to have definitively thrown their hats into the 3-D ring, especially when it comes to blockbusters. Wearing 3-D glasses for a couple of hours in a dark movie theater is fine, but what about 3-D TV? Would you...
  • Peter Carey mirrors De Tocqueville’s American odyssey

    Peter Carey mirrors De Tocqueville’s American odyssey
    Parrot & Olivier in America A Novel Peter Carey Alfred A. Knopf: 386 pp., $26.95 Come to think of it, America is one long picaresque novel. It takes an Australian-born novelist to remind us of this, mired as we are in the great project, democracy....
  • Alison Krauss steps out of pain and onto 'Paper Airplane'

    Alison Krauss steps out of pain and onto 'Paper Airplane'
    — The private, videotaped performance of six songs from "Paper Airplane," released last Tuesday, has wrapped and the invited audience has left the main room at Oceanway Studios. Alison Krauss & Union Station are in the midst of the still-photo and...
  • Book Review: 'To Be Sung Underwater' by Tom McNeal

    Book Review: 'To Be Sung Underwater' by Tom McNeal
    To Be Sung Underwater A Novel Tom McNeal Little, Brown: 436 pp., $24.99 You can often tell where a musician has trained or with whom a painter has learned technique. In the case of the European masters, art historians looking at a particular work...
  • What it looks like inside a migraine

    It can be hard to explain how your world looks to someone whose reality is very different. That's especially true for people with epilepsy and aura-filled migraines. Increasingly, instead of struggling to explain with words, people with these illnesses...
  • After brain damage, the creative juices flow for some

    After brain damage, the creative juices flow for some
    Artist Katherine Sherwood was just 44 when a hemorrhage in her brain's left hemisphere paralyzed the right side of her body — forever changing her artwork. Before the stroke in 1997, her mixed-media paintings featured strange and cryptic images:...
  • Civic activists in L.A. have growing appetite to curb medical marijuana clinics

    Civic activists in L.A. have growing appetite to curb medical marijuana clinics
    The little clinic rests along a graceful curve of Eagle Rock Boulevard also occupied by a karate studio, a barber and a smattering of modest houses, one with a basketball hoop. The building, marked only by a metal placard that says "Cornerstone," is...
  • Judge is ready to play ball

    Presiding justice Laurence M. Greene -- otherwise known as Larry -- leaned back in his office chair, index fingers pressed against the bridge of his nose. That's what his acupuncturist told him to do when he felt a migraine coming on, and it did seem to...
  • Dream defies loss of limbs

    Kellie Lim knows all too well what it is like to be a very sick child. Struck with a ravaging bacterial infection that destroys limbs, she became a triple amputee at age 8 and soon faced a life of prosthetics, wheelchairs and often-painful...
  • Her career revived, scholar turns tipster

    Her career revived, scholar turns tipster
    Second of three parts Roxanna Brown never saw the car that hit her. The 36-year-old expert in Southeast Asian art was pulling her motorcycle out of a parking lot in Bangkok when the vehicle knocked her onto a busy road. There she was repeatedly...