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Opinion L.A.Count on provocative Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier to kick up a controversy even when his movies don't. Steven Zeitchik reports on The Times' 24 Frames blog that Von Trier made a disastrous attempt at humor involving Nazis and Jews......
Culture MonsterMega-millions: More analysis of the designs for Eli Broad's planned contemporary art museum in downtown L.A. (Los Angeles Times) Dictator: The German Historical Museum in Berlin has extended its exhibition on Adolf Hitler due to popular demand. (Reuters)...
Show TrackerHollywood Foreign Press to Ricky Gervais: We don't want you back!...
Noel Taylor, an award-winning costume designer whose career spanned seven decades and started almost by accident after artist Marc Chagall sought his help, has died. He was 97. Taylor, a longtime resident of West Hollywood, died of natural causes...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIn their time, the daughters of the second Baron Redesdale, better known as the Mitford sisters, were an industry. Their trade, for the most part, was their mere existence — swanning about British society, leaving scandal and newsprint in their...
Barbara Lauwers Podoski, who launched one of the most successful psychological campaigns of World War II, which resulted in the surrender of more than 600 Czechoslovakian soldiers fighting for the Germans, died of cardiovascular disease Aug. 16 at the...
Martin Ernest Dannenberg, who as a young World War II Army sergeant discovered a copy of the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws, one of Nazi Germany's most infamous documents, died Aug. 18 in his sleep at his home in Guilford, Md. He was 94. -------------------...
Associated PressMichael Foot, a bookish intellectual and anti-nuclear campaigner who led Britain's Labor Party to a disastrous defeat in 1983, died Wednesday, officials said. He was 96. Foot died peacefully at his home in north London following a long illness, historian...
A Lethal Obsession Anti-Semitism From Antiquity to the Global Jihad Robert S. Wistrich Random House: 1,188 pp., $40 A heartbreaking irony suffuses "A Lethal Obsession" by Robert S. Wistrich, a history of anti-Semitism by a historian who has devoted...
L.A. NOWA lawsuit filed Monday by a former Bell police officer makes a variety of serious allegations about city officials and suggests voter fraud in a 2009 election. According to the lawsuit, filed by James Corcoran, off-duty police officers in Bell......
Gold Derby nuggets: 'Star Trek' best cast movie | 'Doctor Who' tries legal series | 'An Education' from director Lone ScherfigGold Derbyâ¢ The Casting Society of America held the silver-anniversary edition of the Artios Awards on Monday night in both Gotham and LA. The CSA kudos -- saluting the best in casting -- went to "Star Trek" (drama feature), "Tropic Thunder" (comedy feature),...
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