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  • NBA mock drafts rarely highlight Lakers' picks

     
    Lakers' previous second-round draft picks weren't in anyone's NBA mock draft...
  • Friday's Highlights: 'Who Do You Think You Are?' on NBC.

     
    TV listings for the week of Jan. 23 - 29 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at: www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv This week's TV Movies FAMILY TREE: Archivist Kathy Lauder, right, helps Vanessa Williams research her...
  • Film review: 'Vanishing on 7th Street' offers a lightweight scare

     
    In Brad Anderson's thrifty, efficient thriller “Vanishing on 7th Street,” it's not just 7th Street that is depopulated: It's 1st through 6th, and 8th through infinityeth as well. The lack of extras presumably helped keep the budget down....
  • Lakers Moments: Chick Hearn gives the play-by-play

     
    A familiar friend: Chick Hearn, the voice of the Lakers, called the shots from this vantage point at the Forum in Inglewood on June 3, 1982. Hearn is one of the most iconic Lakers figures, even though he never was......
  • Satire: Make Ronald Reagan's day and kill Medicare

     
    Reagan didn't support medicare either....
  • State fines 12 hospitals for serious errors; eight are in Southern California [Updated]

     
    State officials have fined 12 California hospitals for medical errors that in some cases killed or seriously injured patients, according to a report made public Friday. California Department of Public Health officials have also required hospital officials...
  • Dick Cheney, gaunt, is back on the road, vows more appearances

     
    Tells large California audience his proudest achievement is something that didn't happen....
  • Babyface looks back on Solar Records founder Richard Griffey's 'fantastic voyage'

     
    Kenny Edmonds is adamant that had there been no Richard "Dick" Griffey, there wouldn't have been much of a black music scene in the '80s. Griffey, the founder of the Los Angeles-based R&B record label Solar, died at the age......
  • A presidential 'View'

     
    Thank heaven for Joy Behar. Although many wondered what sort of questions vocal Republican and presidential detractor Elisabeth Hasselbeck would have for President Obama on his groundbreaking visit to “The View,” it was Behar who left the normall...
  • Football: Ex-Muir Coach Jim Brownfield, 81, dies

     
    Jim Brownfield, who achieved prominence as a football and girls’ track coach at Pasadena Muir High in the 1980s and 1990s, died early Monday. He was 81. His brother, Warren, said Brownfield had major heart surgery 14 months ago. He......
  • Illness, age won't stop these Laker fans from celebrating

     
    Grace Yamanika, 88, goes into the hospital Tuesday for open heart surgery. Her 91-year-old husband, Jiro, is in a wheelchair. But the couple weren’t about to let any of that keep them from seeing the Lakers on Monday. They just......