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  • 'Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian'

    I admit it: I was a little tough on the first "Night at the Museum." My son and I disagree all the time on movies, yet I suppose it took his delight in the film's simple but surefire premise (to preteens especially) to make me reconsider. Also, repeated encounters with the movie on a family vacation after it came out on DVD didn't hurt. That's the key to revising an opinion upward a half-star or so: hammering repetition.
  • Comments & Curiosities: Photojournalistic excellence

    I knew it. I never lost faith. I knew that if I waited long enough, we would get a hook into the city of Bell story, and on Tuesday morning, we did. That was when former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo, who is presently between engagements, was...

    On the Frontiers of Medicine, June 13, 1960

     
    June 13, 1960: The gist of Bruce Russell’s cartoon seems to be that speeding is bad. Either that or driving through a huge skull is dangerous. On the jump, bone marrow injections offer hope for cancer patients, and TV viewers request a rerun of a "The...

    Voices -- Edith Shain and 'The Kiss'

     
    Photograph by Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times Celebrating the V-J Day Kiss Seen 'Round the World * The 60th anniversary of the end of World War II focuses new attention on the joyful smooch between two exuberant strangers. Sunday August 14, 2005 By J....

    Video lit: On Ernest Hemingway

     
    In 1952, Life Magazine sent star photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt to Cuba to get pictures of Ernest Hemingway for an upcoming issue. That issue would feature a new story, Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea," which would become one of...