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Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 17 - 23, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES The Lead With Jake Tapper The journalist...
L.A. NOWAn attic fire in a building that houses the woodshop at James Monroe High School in North Hills damaged the shop class, Los Angeles Fire Dept. officials said Friday....
Culture MonsterNational Endowment for the Humanities issues $40 million in grants, including $3.2 million to California museums, scholars and documentary filmmakers. Documentaries win the biggest grants; others sponsor seminars aimed to improve college and secondary...
All The RageJohnny Depp has been stepping out for quite a while now with that proper timepiece: the pocket watch. For instance, he had one tucked in his waistcoat at the People's Choice Awards in January. Many U.S. presidents were known to......
In his Oct. 15 Op-Ed article, "James Monroe, a president for our times?," Harlow Giles Unger offers an enthusiastic portrait of the fifth president's two terms in office from 1817-25, giving him much credit for the New Deal-like programs that helped end...
Today, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the nation's 44th president in a ceremony filled with tradition. Test your knowledge of ceremonies past. 1. Of whose inaugural speech did wordsmith H.L. Mencken say: "It reminds me of a string of wet sponges; it...
We consider ours a singular age of individual psychology and self-awareness. Isn't it strange, then, that our recent presidents have had nothing either modest or insightful to say about themselves in their first inaugural addresses, while our earliest...
Tags: Defense, Armed Forces, Heads of State, Jimmy Carter, Government
Chicago Tribune Staff WriterVirginia is loaded with history, and there is no shortage of day trips from Washington. Here are two suggestions: Mt. Vernon George Washington's home is so vast and fascinating that it's worth spending four to six hours here. The first highlight is...
Tags: Slavery, Transportation, Death, Travel, George Washington
Betty Jane Williams, who joined the Women Airforce Service Pilots, an elite group that flew noncombat missions during World War II, and served as a test pilot in Texas, has died. She was 89. Williams, of Woodland Hills, died Monday at Providence...
Special to The TimesNorth Hills, a Los Angeles suburb of residential developments, large lots and commercial space, sits in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. The community, renamed twice since 1915, is home to a traffic-stopping topiary poodle, an onion-domed church...
Times Staff WriterOnce a thriving working-class community, but hit hard by retail and job losses in the 1990s, Panorama City is poised for change. The 5.5-square-mile community was the first planned development in the San Fernando Valley, with schools, parks, shopping, a...
Tags: Death, Crimes, Arts and Culture, Hospitals and Clinics, Family
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