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Culture MonsterIn an interview with Der Spiegel, the German baritone Thomas Quasthoff discusses his retirement and whether there was a 'bonus' to being disabled....
New to the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration hospital in 1962, Dr. Ilse Lowenstam realized that many patients were checking out of the residence-care program she oversaw — and in to nearby bars. "We didn't have a real program for alcoholics,...
Cambodia might not rank among the world's brewery or beer garden capitals, but change is coming. From its setting on the banks of the Tonle Sap river, Kingdom Breweries, Phnom Penh's newest boutique producer, opened in October 2010, is gearing up to give...
Culture MonsterMark Swed considers whether Fabio Luisi, given his spotty record, would be the right man to succeed James Levine as music of the Metropolitan Opera....
TechnologyApple stores will reportedly close for about 90 minutes on Wednesday to allow retail employees to watch a webcast of a celebration of Steve Jobs' life at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. The plan, according to Reuters, calls for......
L.A. UnleashedWe are beyond smitten with Patch, a miniature horse foal who, at the tender age of two weeks, already has soccer skills that giant pandas can only dream of. Patch's toy of choice is an inflatable exercise ball, which only......
The Fabulous ForumAfter Bayern Munich on Saturday lost its third match in a row for the first time in more than a decade, the German club said it would consider what action to take in order "to stop the rot." On Monday......
Top of the TicketFull text of the Democrat speech in Russia before he leaves for Moldava while budget talks in Washington stall....
The Daily MirrorMay 13, 1941: Rudolf Hess, the Nazis’ No. 2 deputy, bails out of his Messerschmitt over Scotland. He will commit suicide in Spandau prison in 1987. Ralph Bellamy fills in for Lee Shippey, who is recovering from surgery. Tom Treanor,......
Jacket CopyNo one ever gave me books. It used to bother me. But I also understood. Who would give a critic a book, entirely for pleasure? This has changed. There is now a young man who gives me books. Not just......
Culture MonsterThe apparent and unexplained short-circuiting of a Philadelphia museumâs exhibition built around ancient mummies from northern China could have a boomerang effect on the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, which figures to lose $27,500 if the show canât be...
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