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UCLA football coaches want to be a national player in recruiting. But an international player? The Bruins received an oral commitment from Jermaine Eluemunor, a 6-foot-6 tackle from Scranton (Pa.) Lackawanna Community College. He will enroll at UCLA...
Tags: UCLA Bruins, Same-Sex Marriage
"The Office" will close its doors Thursday night after eight years and nine seasons. That is not to say that Dunder Mifflin, the paper company in whose Scranton, PA, branch the series has largely been set, is itself going out of business. It's not...
Tags: Ed Helms, Television, Steve Carell, Clark Duke, Amy Ryan
An old index card reads: Original. Real. Poignant. Those were the first words Greg Daniels jotted down a decade ago as his guide in adapting the daft British TV series "The Office" for an American audience. The ideas on the flimsy card stock proved...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Is it possible for an Angeleno to leave home and find love in a region where sunshine is merely a rumor and 50 shades of gray are a daily atmospheric reality? It's helpful if the pursuit of that bliss involves a white-hot...
A long line of storms stretching from the deep South to upstate New York continued to roll across the nation on Wednesday, with reports of two fatalities in separate tornadoes. It's the traditional dead season for tornadoes, but northern Georgia was...
Let's be clear: The real Vice President Joe Biden says he doesn’t drink, definitely has never sported a pony tail, didn't hitchhike his way to the Democratic National Convention, and isn't serving a lifetime ban from Dave & Busters. Nor has he ever...
FrameworkArthur Tress was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Nov. 24, 1940. He took his first photographs while still in elementary school in 1952. He attended Bard College, where he studied art and art history, world culture and philosophy under Heinrich Bluecher....
-------------------- Panorama City A Novel Antoine Wilson Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 292 pp., $24 -------------------- In fiction, when country naifs ship off to the big city to reinvent themselves, they go to New York or Paris. On the off chance...
Tags: Book, Autism, Roman Polanski, Authors, World War II (1939-1945)
R. Duncan Luce, a UC Irvine mathematical psychologist who received the National Medal of Science in 2005 for his pioneering scholarship in behavioral sciences, died Aug. 11 at his home in Irvine after a brief illness, the university announced. He was 87....
Varsity Times InsiderKhaliq Bedart-Ghani, the starting center for Los Angeles Loyola this past season, will join Yale's basketball team this fall. Six players from last season's team will be playing in college. Julian Harrell is headed to Pennsylvania. Jacob Hazzard is going....
Jacket CopyThe University of Missouri will pull the plug on its 54 year old press, just the latest in a string of academic publishing casualties...
A cardboard elephant in Cathie Wright's Sacramento office during her 20 years in the Assembly and state Senate from 1980 to 2000 summed up the Simi Valley Republican's sense of statecraft: "It's Better to Be a Stomper, Than a Stompee." "I'm tenacious, I'...
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