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Jacket CopyKevin Sampsell is the author, most recently, of "A Common Pornography," part memoir, part loosely structured snapshots of growing up in the 1970s and '80s. The book's layers also explore dark, long-kept family secrets that emerged after his estranged...
Pop & HissSongwriter Jimmy Webb calls him âthe best singer of our generation.â Filmmaker and Monty Python alumnus Terry Gilliam describes him as âa fallen angel.â Randy Newman compares his knack for writing indelible melodies to Franz Schubert, Paul...
Opportunity Green conference covers energy investment, Chinese competition ... and eco-friendly bento boxesMoney & CompanyGreen companies and profitable companies donât have to be mutually exclusive categories, panelists said Thursday at the fourth annual Opportunity Green conference in downtown Los Angeles. Roughly 650 participants are registered for the event, which...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHere are more sweet destinations around the country known for their gingerbread creations. One of the biggest gingerbread competitions in the U.S. takes place in Asheville, N.C., at the Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa. It brings tens of thousands of people...
WILLIAM KERR Glass company executive, Westmont College trustee William Kerr, 95, a longtime executive at Los Angeles-based Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp. and a trustee at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, died of congestive heart failure Nov. 5 at...
At Salt's Cure, an endearing new WeHo restaurant, the server brings out a wooden board with a few of the cured and smoked items we've chosen from the day's short printed menu. There's a deep red, thinly sliced duck ham that seems to concentrate the rich...
Tags: Bacon, Foods and Beverages, Pork Chops, Roast Beef, Breads
Top of the TicketMayor of New York joins media magnate in promoting reform of America's immigration laws. Dozens of mayors and business leaders also sign up for the Partnership for a New American Economy....
Pop & HissOver the last decade, Eagle Rock has witnessed a significant demographic and cultural shift. Once a sleepy working-class community, the neighborhood has since transformed into a bastion of the bearded. Everyone from artists to musicians have flocked to...
Chefs come and chefs go. Some don't change a thing. Others don't quite fit in. But sometimes a new chef can bring a breath of fresh air to a tired menu or contribute a whole new spirit to a place. Ammo, the little restaurant that could, on Highland...
Wallace Turner, a tenacious investigative reporter who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1957 with the Portland Oregonian and later became a bureau chief in San Francisco and Seattle for the New York Times, has died. He was 89. Turner died Saturday at Sacred Heart...
The Fabulous ForumEric Holmes, a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West driver from Escalon, Calif., is atop the Hunter Index, which ranks the top drivers in the NASCAR developmental series. Holmes won the West Series race at Montana Raceway Park on Saturday night,......
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