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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • 156 hot summer reads: Fiction, thriller, YA, nonfiction, kids, more

    156 hot summer reads: Fiction, thriller, YA, nonfiction, kids, more
    If you're planning to hit the beach -- or mountains or woods or backyard patio -- don't forget to bring along a book or two. In our list of 156 summer book picks, you'll find thrillers and young adult books, science books and novels, memoirs and science...
  • Hiking Italy's Dolomites is challenging and beautiful

    Hiking Italy's Dolomites is challenging and beautiful
    CORTINA D' AMPEZZO, Italy — Hiking up a road should be simple, right? It's relatively wide, so you're not apt to step off and tumble down the mountain. It's relatively smooth, so you're not likely to stumble. So why am I stopping for a...
  • 'Downton Abbey' gets Diddy-fueled makeover in Funny or Die spoof

    'Downton Abbey' gets Diddy-fueled makeover in Funny or Die spoof
    Diddy's rather confusing Twitter announcement that he'll be appearing as a series regular on the wildly popular British aristocracy drama "Downton Abbey" has manifested itself as a mediocre Funny or Die video. And aren't we all a little relieved? We'...
  • Kenneth Branagh's 'The Magic Flute' to screen stateside

    Kenneth Branagh's 'The Magic Flute' to screen stateside
    After a trip to Amsterdam in the summer of 2008, Los Angeles Times music critic Mark Swed brought back a curious souvenir: a three-disc Dutch edition of Kenneth Branagh's "The Magic Flute,” which he’d spotted in a remote record-store window....
  • Bertie Carvel gives his all as 'Matilda's' demonic Miss Trunchbull

    Bertie Carvel gives his all as 'Matilda's' demonic Miss Trunchbull
    NEW YORK — Miss Agatha Trunchbull, headmistress of Crunchem Hall school, hates pigtails. They're good only to serve as handles by which she can toss a rebellious child into the air — a feat this one-time Olympic hammer-throwing champion...
  • Old Globe's 2013-14 season to include extra helpings of the Bard

    Old Globe's 2013-14 season to include extra helpings of the Bard
    The Old Globe’s new artistic director, Barry Edelstein, is a noted Shakespearean, and its 2013-14 season, the first he’s picked, will give extra emphasis to the Bard, beyond the separate summer series that typically offers at least two...
  • Porn video shot on Coliseum grounds

    Porn video shot on Coliseum grounds
    The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum field is the place where the USC Trojans play football, two Summer Olympics were staged, John F. Kennedy accepted the Democratic presidential nomination and Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass. It was also a location for...
  • Gabriel Vahanian dies at 85; key figure in 'God Is Dead' movement

    Gabriel Vahanian dies at 85; key figure in 'God Is Dead' movement
    Despite a provocative title, Gabriel Vahanian's book "The Death of God" caused no public stir when it was published in 1961. By the middle of the decade, however, a massive upheaval was underway in American society and Vahanian, a little-known Syracuse...
  • Robert Hughes dies; art critic and author was 74

    Robert Hughes dies; art critic and author was 74
    Robert Hughes, a sometimes lacerating reviewer who may have commanded a larger audience than any other art critic in history, reaching the masses through 31 years as chief art critic for Time magazine and in a series of multi-part television documentaries...
  • Charles Durning dies at 89; Tony winner also got Oscar, Emmy nods

    Charles Durning dies at 89; Tony winner also got Oscar, Emmy nods
    Charles Durning, a Tony Award-winning actor whose prolific work in films and television included supporting roles in the classic comedy "Tootsie" and the TV sitcom "Evening Shade," died Monday. He was 89. Durning, a decorated veteran of World War II,...
  • Paul Fussell dies at 88; social historian and critic

    Paul Fussell dies at 88; social historian and critic
    For social historian and critic Paul Fussell, the most enduring moments of truth came as a 20-year-old platoon leader in France during World War II. German shrapnel tore up his back and thigh. The blood and guts of fellow soldiers were spewed on him....