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Sports figures Jim Dooley, 77; succeeded George Halas as coach of the Chicago Bears (Jan. 8) Christopher Bowman, 40; two-time U.S. figure skating champion (Jan. 10) Johnny Podres, 75; left-hander pitched Dodgers to first World Series title in...
Alma Pearson Major donor to university Alma Pearson, 96, a major donor to California Lutheran University projects including the library that bears her name at the Thousand Oaks campus, died Nov. 21 in Santa Barbara, the university announced. Pearson and...
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - A South Florida teen died of a lethal drug overdose in front of a live online webcam audience 12 hours after he started blogging about his plan to commit suicide, an investigator said Friday. Abraham Biggs, 19, died Wednesday from a...
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Abraham Biggs, a college student at South Florida, committed suicide by overdosing on opiates and benzodiazepine, in front of a live web audience. Before he died, members of his audience encouraged him, questioned his method, and tried to tell him to...
The Swampby Jill Zuckman COLUMBUS, Ohio - Arnold Schwarzenegger, the movie star and governor of California, rocked the Nationwide Arena Friday evening as he compared Barack Obama and John McCain to bodybuilders. Once a year in March, Schwarzenegger holds Arnold's....
Special to the TimesIn JONATHAN EVISON'S quirky debut novel "All About Lulu," the first thing Will Miller does is warn the reader: "I'm going to give you all the Copperfield crap, and I'm not going to apologize for any of it." It's a spunky move, both alluding to and...
Reality CheckGuest blogger Patrick Gutierrez recaps the second Big Brother 10 episode: Brian continued to be full of himself, taking credit for Jerry’s nominations. The conflict between Renny and Jessie continued, with Renny fanning the flames at a wine (whine?)...
Zap2It.comThe 10th Season of Big Brother is upon us! I hear the casting folks decided to get back to their roots, which means casting an interesting, diverse group of people who did not know each other prior to the show. Maybe this season we'll have our next...
Malibu More than just the preferred address of the rich and famous, Malibu has 21 miles of coastline with some of the finest beaches in Southern California. Leo Carrillo A 1.5-mile-long state beach, Leo Carrillo has tidal pools, reefs and caves along...
Times Music CriticThe Beaux Arts Trio gave its first concert in the summer of 1955 at the Berkshire Music Festival in Massachusetts. The trio will close shop this summer at the same festival, now known as Tanglewood. But first the Beaux Arts has a lot of goodbyes to wave....
Zap2It.comOne's a former Miss Illinois. One is a lawyer who's also a bodybuilder. And one, we're promised, will sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" to a guy in the first episode. They, and 22 other women, are among those who will be competing for the love of one...
Special to The TimesJACK LaLANNE was already famous by the time he visited Los Angeles in 1939. He'd set records by doing 1,000 push-ups without stopping, and had founded the first modern health club six years earlier in Berkeley. But he almost certainly wouldn't have ended...
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