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All The RageIt might come as a surprise, but Trina Turk has been offering a menswear collection, dubbed Mr. Turk, ever since she opened her first retail store in Palm Springs in 2002. In the beginning, Mr. Turk consisted of a small......
The Fabulous ForumMexico's Rafael Marquez suffered a hand injury when a car window or trunk accidentally closed on it, and will undergo a doctor's examination in Mexico City tonight to determine whether his Sept. 18 featherweight bout against Juan Manuel Lopez in......
Paul Burke, who received two Emmy nominations in the early 1960s for his role as Det. Adam Flint in the acclaimed dramatic TV police series "Naked City" and later starred as a World War II Army Air Forces colonel in the action-adventure series "Twelve O'...
The holidays are gone and so are your excuses to stuff your face, right? Not quite. January and February typically mark the start of a promotional event -- and a dietitian's nightmare -- known as Restaurant Week, during which participating eateries...
Times Staff WriterMother Nature meets Sin City. A 180-acre park, with museums, galleries, gardens, hiking trails, a cafe, children's activities and an amphitheater will open Friday a few miles off the Las Vegas Strip, the nation's naughty neon playground. Described by...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesWhen Andy Steele and Michael Turner stepped off their plane in Las Vegas, the first-time visitors from Britain were anxious about how welcome they would be as an openly gay couple. To ease their concerns, they had booked a room at a hotel that caters to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFrank Sinatra may have sung odes to New York, but the crooner called the Palm Springs area home for much of his life. Now fans can visit or drive by the places the Chairman of the Board dined, lived in and hung out. Sites include the Twin Palms Estate...
Tags: Ava Gardner, Frank Sinatra
Baird Bryant He worked on edgy films Baird Bryant, 80, a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer who made his name on edgy films such as "Easy Rider" and the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter," died Thursday from complications after surgery at Hemet...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCameron, Ariz. -- IN ALL HER YEARS of tending sheep in the western reaches of the Navajo range, Lois Neztsosie had never seen anything so odd. New lakes had appeared as if by magic in the arid scrublands. Instead of hunting for puddles in the sandstone,...
Tags: Medical Procedures and Tests, Government, Children, Hands, Feet
Times Staff WriterASTRIDE his horse, Benjamin Coates could gaze across 21,400 acres and see the sweep of his power reflected in nature. A riot of mesas and meadows laced with gurgling streams. Miles of chaparral and clusters of stately oaks. A mountain that Native...
Tags: Upper East Side, Dallas, Brazil, Government, John Wayne
Special To The TimesMore Americans will be vacationing in RVs this year than last year, according to industry reports and surveys. Rentals of recreational vehicles are more than a third higher than last year, say the two largest RV rental agencies in the U.S., Cruise America...
Times Staff WriterFacing an array of fresh challenges in the foreign policy arena, President Bush on Wednesday will deliver what the White House called a "significant" speech on the war on terrorism and the economy. Scott McClellan announced the uncharacteristic...
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