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  • Robert Mosbacher dies at 82; Commerce secretary under President George H.W. Bush

    Robert Mosbacher dies at 82; Commerce secretary under President George H.W. Bush
    Robert Mosbacher, who served as U.S. Commerce secretary under his close friend, President George H.W. Bush, and helped lay the foundation for the North American Free Trade Agreement, has died. He was 82. Mosbacher died Sunday in Houston after a...
  • John Calley dies at 81; honored studio chief and movie producer

    John Calley dies at 81; honored studio chief and movie producer
    John Calley, a former top executive at Warner Bros., United Artists and Sony Pictures Entertainment and a producer whose credits include "The Remains of the Day" and "The Da Vinci Code," has died. He was 81. Calley died Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles...
  • The Review: Black Hogg is a beguiling entry on Silver Lake scene

     The Review: Black Hogg is a beguiling entry on Silver Lake scene
    First of all, Black Hogg, the name of the new Silver Lake gastropub, doesn't refer to a heritage pig or even a plain old hog or wild boar. According to the staff, it takes its name from the alternative definition of hogg, which the Oxford English...
  • Restaurant review: Aw shucks, it's pure bliss at L&E Oyster Bar

     Restaurant review: Aw shucks, it's pure bliss at L&E Oyster Bar
    I'm crazy for oysters, always have been. At Hog Island Oysters near Bodega Bay, I've been known to down three or four dozen at a time, all shucked, slowly, by me. Wherever I'm headed, you can be sure I've got the oyster bars mapped out ahead of time. So...
  • He's No Longer a Lone Voice in the Conservative Wilderness. But the Letters, Columns and Books Keep Coming.

    It's been a half century since a young firebrand named William F. Buckley Jr. burst onto the political scene with "God and Man at Yale," a scathing indictment of his liberal alma mater. By age 30, he had founded the conservative magazine National Review,...
  • Book review: 'Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food' by Paul Greenberg

    Book review: 'Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food' by Paul Greenberg
    Four Fish The Future of the Last Wild Food Paul Greenberg The Penguin Press: 286 pp., $25.95 Didactic — however worthy — is not much fun. Ecological and planet-saving literature tends to argue for the essential. The discoveries, the...
  • Scene & Heard: Colleagues luncheon honors Nancy Reagan

    Scene & Heard: Colleagues luncheon honors Nancy Reagan
    Former First Lady Nancy Reagan was reunited with old friends on Tuesday when she was guest of honor at the annual spring gathering of the Colleagues, a volunteer group that supports the Children's Institute in its work to help youngsters affected by...
  • James M. Cain's 'Paradise'

    James M. Cain's 'Paradise'
    Return to David L. Ulin's review of this essay. PARADISE I shall attempt, in this piece, an appraisal of the civilization of Southern California, but it occurs to me that before I begin I had better give you some idea what the place looks like. If you...