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  • Winter events in L.A.: It's a la-la-land wonderland

     
    The trappings of the holiday season are all around us this time of year, in television commercials that portray wintry wonderlands, in images of Santa in his ermine-trimmed suit and cap, and of whole families bundled in bulky sweaters and mufflers while...
  • Dr. Seuss widow gives $2 million to UC San Diego renovation project

     
    Audrey Geisel, widow of Dr. Seuss author Theodor Geisel, has donated $2 million to UC San Diego to help in the renovation project for University House, the private residence of the UC San Diego chancellor. Geisel, a resident of La......
  • On Larry King's last show, Katie Couric's poem leaves a mark

     
    Larry King's last "Larry King Live" show was a nonstop promenade of high-profile names and faces Thursday, but the standout, perhaps, was Katie Couric. Who wrote a poem. For Larry King. And read it....
  • City Lights: Girls and boys always love their toys

    "It came without ribbons! It came without tags! It came without packages, boxes or bags!" So exclaims Dr. Seuss' Grinch when he discovers that his attempt to stifle Christmas, by stealing all the presents from under the trees of Whoville, has come up...
  • Another noose found hanging at UCSD

    Another noose found hanging at UCSD
    Police at the University of California, San Diego, are investigating a second noose found hanging in a campus building in what may be the latest in a series of incidents increasing racial tensions at the university. School spokesman Jeffrey Gattas said a...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Blue highways of America

    Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Blue highways of America
    Part 2: I think the Allman Brothers sang "Ramblin' Man" just for me, 'cause I swear I was born a ramblin' man. Perhaps my concept of rambling (travel) is not akin to yours, but four blasts of a ship's whistle still raises the hair on the back of my neck....
  • Taylor Momsen continues to open mouth, forget pants

    What time is it? Oh, just about a quarter past intervention. Once and future "Gossip Girl" star -- and current rock ingenue -- Taylor Momsen is spewing more nonsensical vitriol in her bid to be taken seriously and/or alienate fans. The Pretty Reckless...
  • The Cat in the Hat's back -- with some neat science facts

    The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house All that cold, cold, wet day. Those lyrical four sentences sparked a revolution. Dr. Seuss'' start to the classic "The Cat in the Hat" created generations of readers. Before Theodor...
  • Quotes

    Quotes
    Christine Campbell: Matthew! Is that you? Where were you? I need you to help get me off! Matthew: I need you to use different words! _______________ Richard Campbell: With men, the sex window is always open. Even if it's not open, it's still...
  • On Theater: Playhouse announces 2011 schedule

    For the second consecutive year, the Huntington Beach Playhouse will offer a season of new productions — not "new" in the chronological sense, but plays that haven't yet been performed in the history of the Huntington Beach theater, which dates back...
  • Dr. Seuss, Robin Hood and a hungry caterpillar need your help

    "Where the Wild Things Are," "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" sat on display with all their battered edges, worn-out sides and cracked spines for the world to see. The beat-up, or well-loved, childhood books are just...