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Pop & HissJust after commenting on the profligacy of marijuana smoke in the audience at Bamboozle Left festival on Saturday, Circa Survive singer Anthony Green had a stoner revelation of his own. âLook over there, itâs the moon and the sun, both......
Show TrackerTonight's episode of "The Vampire Diaries" is called "Under Control," but after what Stefan did last week, I'm pretty sure the title may be slightly misleading. Mystic Falls has been completely turned on its head. Stefan is out for human......
Times Staff WriterChad Hodge Craig had never been so put out with his sister. She was the most accessible person he knew. They spoke virtually every day, and though he was in Georgia and she was in Texas, he never had trouble tracking her down. This day, of all days,...
Joel Pett is the Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist of the Lexington Herald-Leader. His work also appears in USA Today.The perennial coincidence of election season and fright night is an overflowing sack of grist-candy for editorial cartoonists. Cartoons and Halloween go together like profusely bleeding eyeballs and dagger-pierced jugulars! I mean, when you think masked...
Tags: Nick Anderson, Pulitzer Prize Awards, Halloween, Death, Cartoons
Little faith in the archdiocese Re "Patterns of abuse," Opinion, Dec. 16 Sister Sheila McNiff feels "confident that the steps to prevent abuse ... have resulted in a safer environment for all of our children and young people." I wish I could say the...
She steered with one knee, reached into the back seat and stroked the tears from her little boy's cheek. Drivers honked and shouted behind their rolled-up windows. One gave her the single-finger salute. She hardly noticed. She had something more important...
The "choking game," a type of asphyxiation practiced by children and adolescents seeking a euphoric rush, has killed at least 82 children since 1995, according to the first U.S. government study to quantify the deaths. The Centers for Disease Control and...
Tags: National Government, Health, Choking, Government, Brain
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt happened again at a Taco Bell. The old way of thinking, the criminal voice, wouldn't shut up inside the head of Ken Layton. Yeah, take out that punk kid, beat the crap out of him, show that pimply faced idiot he ain't nothin' and you're still Folsom...
Times Staff WriterVincent Worrell lay shivering on a trauma bay. He felt something in his mouth. He sat up and spat fragments of his front teeth into a bedpan. They were mixed with blood and tissue torn from inside his mouth. He heard someone say: "Significant...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSandra Andrade lay in her hospital bed, overcome with anxiety about her newborn son. All through her pregnancy, she had worried. The placenta was blocking her birth canal and growing into other organs. She knew she needed a Cesarean: If she went into...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTwo weeks ago, Brianna Morrison gave birth to six babies in Minneapolis. Less than a day later, Jenny Masche delivered six babies in a Phoenix hospital. Both of the women had been treated for infertility and had used fertility-enhancing drugs. The two...
The first word came from abroad. An aunt in the United States called her Saturday in a panic. "Don't go out into the streets, Golshad," she told her. "They're killing people." The relative proceeded to describe a video, airing on exile television...
Tags: Tehran (Iran), Family, Blood, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Activism
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