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Confronted with rock-strewn hills, or pavement that is flat, straight and most likely located in Illinois, drivers of vehicles that easily switch between two- and four-wheel drive should know which button to choose. But with its completely redesigned...
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Her life was marked by professional triumphs, including a Tony Award-winning debut on Broadway in Lillian Hellman's 1946 drama "Another Part of the Forest" and a best actress Oscar for her role in the 1963 drama "Hud." But for Patricia Neal, the husky-...
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Show TrackerRecognizing that by episode four the show's viewers could use a break from the mounting minutia involved in the basic plot -- the revelatory crossword puzzle, David Hadas' phobia about the number 13, the competing teams following Will Travers --......
The Clinton Tapes Wrestling History With the President Taylor Branch Simon & Schuster: 708 pp., $35 Vice President Al Gore had just lost the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton was hopping mad. During the frenetic last...
Special to Tribune NewspapersIf you're spending more and more of your time each day fumbling for names, looking for your keys and lamenting your lost youth, you probably shouldn't worry. Everyone loses a little -- what's the right word? -- "sharpness" as the years go by. By your...
People may be able to reduce their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to two recently published studies that are the latest in a long line of research. But does that hold for everyone? And by how much can you lower the risk? Here's a look...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesI was recently invited to review a superb jazz festival in Cheltenham, about two hours west of London, in the Cotswolds. "You're going to the Cotswolds?" my friends gushed. "Yes," I said. " Hugh Masekela will be there. And Jack DeJohnette. Nigel...
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe maker of Crosswords for the iPhone dropped a news release in our inbox this afternoon touting an in-development version of its popular game for the Apple tablet. Apple's touch-screen tablet computer, which the Cupertino, Calif., company has yet to...
Wow. A big thank you. The response to the September issue was phenomenal—truly, beyond expectation. It is so gratifying to know we hit the note you wanted to hear, a magazine that told stories that made you laugh, cry and put the magazine aside...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterVallecito, Calif. Deep under the wooded hills of Calaveras County -- in the belly of one of the state's largest caves -- I worm my way through a rocky slot that our cavern tour guide calls the "pancake." It's a rectangular gap, 3 feet wide by about 18...
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 12, 2006 The Los Angeles Times on Feb. 5 will launch West, a new Sunday magazine offering readers an eclectic, insightful and entertaining view of the many faces of California. West magazine, which will replace the weekly Los...
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