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L.A. NOWCharles Lee Clark, 74, has been charged with one felony count of murder, and was brought back from Beavercreek, Ore., where he had been living, according to a joint statement from the Orange County district attorney's office and the Tustin Police...
L.A. at HomeFarmworks: At a gathering of Los Angeles community gardeners, the nonprofit group Farmworks spreads its idea of giving at-risk youth a shot at the restaurant industry by giving them an appreciation for how food is grown, harvested and brought to the...
L.A. at HomeJoan Grabel: Joan Grabel, the designer behind Park Slope Design, makes over the landscape around a Los Feliz house whose owners wanted a sustainable plant palette, a new swimming pool, dining and sitting areas and barbecue. Bonus: a water wall that...
Company TownMovie palaces: The opulent movie palaces and vaudeville halls of downtown Los Angeles may be monuments to a bygone era, but they are still keeping their ties to Hollywood....
Chuck Allen, a onetime high school surfing coach in Southern California who established amateur surfing and snowboarding groups that organized and elevated the sports, has died. He was 74. Allen, who was the special events manager at Mountain High Resort...
Charles Moore dies at 79; photojournalist's work brought national attention to civil rights movementCharles Moore, a photojournalist who both chronicled and helped alter the course of history through extraordinary photographs that reflected the brutal reality of the civil rights movement in the South, has died. He was 79. Moore died Thursday of natural...
L.A. at HomeLearn about architecture, real-life cowboys, pioneer families, steam trains and which celebrity was a popcorn girl at the El Portal Theatre when the Museum of the San Fernando Valley hosts a historic walking tour of North Hollywood this Saturday. "The...
The Daily MirrorSouthern Lawyer Still Fights for Son Charles Lee Guy Jr. is a man who takes disappointment with a minimum of emotion. I learned that 2 1/2 years ago, when I met him for the first time. Guy, a lawyer, had just arrived in California on a unique and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe City Council in suburban Kirkwood, Mo., had just finished the Pledge of Allegiance on Thursday night when a gunman burst into the meeting room and opened fire, shouting "Shoot the mayor!" He killed two police officers and three city officials, and he...
Times Staff WriterNo. 1 Memphis Location: Memphis, Tenn. Conference: Conference USA. RPI: 4. Record: 30-3. Against tournament field: 8-3. Away from home: 11-2. In last 10 games: 9-1. Impressive victories: Nov. 23, at New York vs. UCLA, 88-80; Dec. 27, home vs....
Times Staff WriterIN Tony Scott's action thriller "Man On Fire," there's a scene where a bodyguard played by Denzel Washington realizes that his young client (Dakota Fanning) is about to be kidnapped. Time slows to a crawl, the camera does a loopy 360-degree pan, and the...
Charles Lee Dorsey, 68, of Hagerstown, Md., passed away unexpectedly at his home Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Born March 2, 1944 in Hagerstown, he was the eldest son of the late Howard Lee Dorsey and Ms. Catherine Louella Kershner Dorsey of Hagerstown....
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