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  • PASSINGS: Dave Gavitt, Wilma Lee Cooper, James Speed, James N. Rosenau, Yuli Ofer, Kurt Ziebart

    PASSINGS: Dave Gavitt, Wilma Lee Cooper, James Speed, James N. Rosenau, Yuli Ofer, Kurt Ziebart
    Dave Gavitt Coach led organization of Big East Conference Dave Gavitt, 73, one of basketball's most influential leaders in the last three decades, died Friday in a hospital near his hometown of Rumford, R.I., after a long illness, his family said....
  • Supper Club, where dining is a class act

    Supper Club, where dining is a class act
    Sitting around a long dinner table at Octavio Becerra's Palate Food + Wine are 24 impeccably coiffed young guests. Among them are "Mad Men" actor Miles Fisher, designer Tiffany Saidnia, Eater L.A. editor Kat Odell, a Prada runway model, an entertainment...
  • Liars and cheats

    Liars and cheats
    In 1988, Princeton University accepted an orphan with an eye-catching résumé. Seventeen-year-old Alexi Santana hadn't been to school but had picked up his education while working in Utah as a cattle herder, a construction worker and a racehorse exerciser....
  • Better Half

    It turns out she’s just a real girl. Or woman. Always has been. But the times they are a-changin’, and no matter what happens in November, she won’t be the same—-or maybe she will. Michelle Obama, 44, still has the same friends she has had all her life,...
  • Hollywood's Gadgets

    2007-10-15 13:00:06.0 Shai Steinberger: Hi Nicole! 2007-10-15 13:01:05.0 Nicole LaPorte: Hi there! Are you doing this on some fancy computer? Or an iPhone? 2007-10-15 13:01:40.0 Shai Steinberger: haha 2007-10-15 13:01:46.0 Shai Steinberger: nope - just...
  • Early on, Obama showed talent for bridging divisions

    Barack Obama's entry into politics came on a winter morning at the white-columned Harvard Law Review building when, about 2 a.m., a deeply divided editorial staff chose him as the first African American to lead the prestigious publication. It was no...
  • As downtown revives, so do congregations

    The congregation at New City Church of Los Angeles -- downtown's newest house of worship -- is a microcosm of the burgeoning downtown itself. The parishioners, who gathered for a recent service improvised in an Italian restaurant near Walt Disney Concert...
  • Dorsey High's football program is about more than athletics

    Dorsey High's football program is about more than athletics
    Jeremiah Allison sits stone-faced inside the big yellow bus as it winds through a maze of South Los Angeles streets, escorted by police. His jaws clench, his eyes narrow and his mind races to the hard, if not impossible, task ahead. He is not alone. All...
  • Drug prohibition doesnt work

    This week, The Times featured yet another story about a drug bust gone bad. Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies detained 32 African American students and one Latino student at Los Angeles Trade Tech College in an attempted undercover raid. The sting...
  • Ivies poisoned

    Now I know how members of obscure occupations or ethnic groups feel when their existence is discovered by The New York Times. As a graduate of a small liberal-arts college, I sometimes wondered whether the Times thought that everyone attended an Ivy...
  • Equal rights for the bilious, choleric, melancholic and sanguine!

    Can a law prohibiting job discrimination itself be discriminatory? That's the charge being leveled against a compromise version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, a bill in Congress that would add sexual orientation — but not gender...