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  • PASSINGS: Magic Slim, Cleotha Staples, Lou Myers, Donald Rutledge

    PASSINGS: Magic Slim, Cleotha Staples, Lou Myers, Donald Rutledge
    Magic Slim Singer of Chicago blues Magic Slim, 75, whose ragged voice and punchy guitar riffs made him a symbol of Chicago blues, died Thursday in Philadelphia after surgery for a bleeding ulcer, according to his family. A younger contemporary of...
  • PASSINGS: Roland Moritz, David A. Braun, Laurie Gottlieb

    PASSINGS: Roland Moritz, David A. Braun, Laurie Gottlieb
    Roland Moritz Longtime L.A. Philharmonic flutist Roland Moritz, 86, who played flute for the Los Angeles Philharmonic for more than 40 years and for a time shared the concert stage with his father, Frederick Moritz, the Philharmonic's longtime...
  • PASSINGS: Phyllis Thaxter, Ron Nelson

     PASSINGS: Phyllis Thaxter, Ron Nelson
    Phyllis Thaxter Veteran actress played Clark Kent's mother Phyllis Thaxter, 92, an actress who had an active film career in the 1940s and '50s and capped it with her portrayal of Clark Kent's mother in the 1978 version of "Superman," died Tuesday at...
  • Assailant pushes Newport Beach man from wheelchair, injures him

     
    The family of a disabled Newport Beach man asks for the public's help in identifying an assailant they believe pushed Alan Halderman, 56, from his wheelchair and caused a broken hip....
  • An appreciation: Doc Watson, flatpicker, song stylist, messenger

     
    Doc Watson, whose guitar style was an influence on generations of folk players, died on Tuesday near his North Carolina home. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers an appreciation....
  • Architect-photographer Balthazar Korab | 1926-2013

     
    Balthazar Korab, an architect-turned-photographer with a wide-ranging eye whose moody, polished images captured the spirit of midcentury modern architecture and celebrated its masters, including Eero Saarinen and Mies van der Rohe, died Jan. 15 in Royal...
  • Cannes 2012: Michael Haneke's 'Amour' feels the love

     
    "Amour," directed by Michael Haneke, played the Cannes Film Festival Sunday. Emanuelle Riva and Jean-Luis Trintignant star, along with Isabelle Huppert....
  • Late Night: Jerry Seinfeld's least favorite 'Seinfeld' episode

     
    Jerry Seinfeld dishes about actresses with bad breath and his least favorite "Seinfeld" episode on "Watch What Happens Live."...
  • Anthem's tip for better health: Try this ice cream

    Anthem's tip for better health: Try this ice cream
    Anthem Blue Cross wants people to eat better. And to help its members make more healthful food choices, the insurance giant is sending out money-saving coupons. For ice cream. And processed sandwich meat. And mayonnaise. And canned vegetables. And,...
  • Telemedicine means caregivers are remote, but their care isn't

     Telemedicine means caregivers are remote, but their care isn't
    It sounds futuristic, but telemedicine — the use of telecommunications technologies to diagnose and treat patients — has been hotly anticipated at least since 1993, when the American Telemedicine Assn. was established. But in the last two...
  • Neuroscience mapping brain connections

    Neuroscience mapping brain connections
    Inside the human skull lies a 3-pound mystery. The brain — a command center composed of tens of billions of branching neurons — controls who we are, what we do and how we feel. "It's the most amazing information structure anybody has ever...