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As an actor, Harry Lewis took second billing to the likes of Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, most notably in the 1948 film noir "Key Largo." But he found his own starring role as a Los Angeles restaurateur who helped usher in the concept of...
Actor-turned-restaurateur Harry Lewis -- he founded the Hamburger Hamlet chain of restaurants, and later Kate Mantilini -- has died. He was 93. Lewis starred alongside the likes of Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson in 1948's "Key Largo" and had a...
Tags: Tony Curtis, Obituaries, Ronald Reagan, Celebrities
Connie Wald, an elegant matriarch of old Hollywood known for the low-key dinner parties she held for friends like Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, died of natural causes Nov. 10 at her Beverly Hills home. She was 96. Her...
Hugh Hefner has a confession. "I think I opened the first Playboy Club because of 'Casablanca.' I wanted to have a place where people came to hang out as they did at Rick's," admits the pajama-clad founder of the Playboy empire. The Oscar-winning 1942...
Jacket CopyTim Rutten reviews Tough Without A Gun, a new biography of actor Humphrey Bogart....
Hope for Animals and Their World How Endangered Species Are Being Rescued From the Brink Jane Goodall Grand Central: 378 pp., $27.99 Dawn Light Dancing With Cranes and Other Ways to Start the Day Diane Ackerman W.W. Norton: 240 pp., $23.95...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs the rest of the country transitions to fall, the Florida Keys, southernmost part of the continental United States, are still celebrating the sun. Key Largo's Beachin' Fest includes a contest pitting drink makers to see who can mix the best margarita,...
Times Staff WriterThe fireweed began each spring as tufts of hairy growth and spread across the seafloor fast enough to cover a football field in an hour. When fishermen touched it, their skin broke out in searing welts. Their lips blistered and peeled. Their eyes...
Special to The Times"We came to Cedar Key from Tampa with an Audubon tour," said Connie Crane, an artist staffing the counter at the Cedar Keyhole gallery cooperative. "I saw a cat lying in the middle of the street nursing her kittens, and I said, 'Oh, that's the kind of...
Tags: State Parks, Travel, Hurricanes, Meteorological Disasters, Salt
Special to The TimesWE all saw the televised images and news photos of the Florida Keys during the recent hurricanes: residents boarding up their homes, cars lined up bumper to bumper in a mandatory evacuation. Devastating storms hit the state, and many people assumed the...
WASHINGTON — Living in an undersea lab about the size of a school bus, explorer Fabien Cousteau and five fellow aquanauts will spend 31 continuous days submerged off the coast of South Florida this fall, riding around on an underwater vehicle and...
Christopher George is hoping to get his prison term reduced, provided that federal prosecutors think his anticipated testimony against two South Florida doctors is worth a reward. But a recorded call the 32-year-old inmate made to his father from the Palm...
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