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  • Libya blast kills photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros

    Libya blast kills photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros
    Reporting from Misurata, Libya, and Los Angeles -- Barely two months ago, combat photographer Tim Hetherington sent out a tweet from the Academy Awards ceremony, where his Afghanistan war film "Restrepo" was up for the best documentary trophy. "At the...
  • Schaefer: A man of humanity and humor

    For almost 40 years I knew and, in the course of civic and business work, had lively discussions with William Donald Schaefer. He was a friend whose humanity and humor will be an enduring gift to Baltimore and Maryland citizens. Memories will continue...
  • 'Gnomeo & Juliet'

    'Gnomeo & Juliet'
    Yes, you-know-which Shakespeare classic gets a makeover with animated gnomes, but there's wit in the freely adapted script ... and lots of terrific music, since the soundtrack offers both new and classic selections by Elton John (also the executive...
  • 'I Am Number Four'

    'I Am Number Four'
    Take "Twilight," substitute a hunky young alien for a certain hunky young vampire, and you pretty much have director D.J. Caruso's ("Disturbia") sci-fi-flavored mix of action and romance. Alex Pettyfer ("Beastly") plays the earthbound extraterrestrial...
  • 'The Big Bang'

    'The Big Bang'
    Antonio Banderas goes the film-noir route in this melodrama, which puts his private eye character on the trail of a missing woman who allegedly possesses a fortune in diamonds. The sleuth questions everyone from a secretive actor ("Dawson's Creek" alum...
  • 'Melissa & Joey: Season One, Part One'

    'Melissa & Joey: Season One, Part One'
    As with culinary efforts, sometimes in show business, you just throw elements together and see if they work. In the case of Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence, they worked in ratings terms for ABC Family ... and before the second season of their sitcom...
  • Chris Hondros remembered

    Chris Hondros remembered
    When two photographers were killed covering the battles in Libya this week, it was easy to ask who would put themselves in that kind of danger just for a photo? American Chris Hondros of Getty Images and British filmmaker Tim Hetherington were killed...
  • OCC student films selected for Newport's festival

    COSTA MESA —Seven student films were selected to be screened at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival, while almost 50 others were left on the cutting room floor. For those lucky — and talented — few, the opportunity means a padded...
  • City Lights: Vi's memories won't be lost

    Monday afternoon, I sat in a living room a block from the Huntington Beach shore, surrounded by the effects of the life of Vi Cowden. I may be one of the last people to see them all under one roof. Kim Ruiz, Cowden's only child, invited me to visit...
  • Morgan Spurlock's lesson in 'branding'

    Morgan Spurlock's lesson in 'branding'
    Whether you're a woman putting on your makeup in the morning or a man deciding whether to grow a goatee, the grooming choices you make may have unintended repercussions. Make the wrong choice, and you could be looking at a lower salary, reduced chances...
  • Book smart: Ken Brecher

    Book smart: Ken Brecher
    For Ken Brecher to say that being the president of the Library Foundation of Los Angeles is the best job he's ever had -- well, that speaks volumes. Consider that he's run the Sundance Institute, the Boston Children's Museum and a major Philadelphia...