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  • Eddie Carroll dies at 76; voice of Jiminy Cricket and Jack Benny impersonator

    Eddie Carroll dies at 76; voice of Jiminy Cricket and Jack Benny impersonator
    Eddie Carroll, an actor who for decades gave voice to Jiminy Cricket in Disney projects and impersonated Jack Benny in a noted one-man stage show, has died. He was 76. Carroll died Tuesday from a brain tumor at the Motion Picture and Television Fund...
  • ISRAEL: Miscellaneous Dubai fallout

     
    In the wake of the Dubai assassination controversy, the emirate's police chief, Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim, is keeping a steady hand on the faucet, carefully dripping out information for the media. Israel --widely suspected as being behind the slaying......
  • Live, on YouTube: a sports event you'll not be able to watch

     
    YouTube is about to show live, for the first time, a major sports event. But is that cricket? Unfortunately, for sports fans in the U.S., it is. The online video service, owned by Google, will be showing 60 cricket matches......
  • YouTube to show live, major sports events

     
    The good news for sports fans: YouTube will be showing a series of major matches, live, on the online site. The bad news: The sport is cricket. Well, it's not bad if you're a fan of the sport -- mostly obscure in this hemisphere outside of Trinidad and...
  • The Weekly Wrap-Up: Aquascapes, sanitariums, crickets, problematic vegetable gardens and more

     
    In the still-kicking, hold-in-your-hands, costs-less-than-a-tetra issue of the Sept. 19 Los Angeles Times Home section: Aquascapes: Who needs the fish? The story and photo gallery on the art of aquarium gardening. (If you want to see the aquascapers'...
  • Influx of Indian students finds secure community at USC

    Influx of Indian students finds secure community at USC
    At the Manas grocery store and restaurant on Vermont Avenue near USC, graduate students from Mumbai and New Delhi stop by late at night to pick up a batch of malai kofta, vegetable dumplings, to fuel their engineering study sessions. Or they may sit down...
  • A James Bond driving tour of England's Kent

    A James Bond driving tour of England's Kent
    James Bond would choke on his dry martini at today's gas prices -- 1.20 pounds a liter in his British homeland, or about $8 a gallon. Powering along Britain's open roads in supercharged machines for fictional adventures, 007 would soon feel the pinch at...
  • Batting and bowling amid the shadows

    LAHORE, PAKISTAN -- Back in the warrens of Lahore's old city, the boys and young men don't seem too worried about whether American politicians (Hillary Rodham Clinton) or American newsmagazines (Newsweek) think Pakistan might be the most frightening...
  • Chris Erskine: AYSO ceremony is OK for openers

    There's a cricket in the kitchen. Chirps all night long, like he's trying to sell me something. I'm not sure how the cricket got into the house, though I suspect he was carried in by some kid. In my experience, children are vessels for any sort of...