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  • `Oh, the Places You'll Go!'

     
    Apologies to Dr. Seuss, but it seems fitting to conjure the good doctor when inspecting the travel records of the Gloucester Board of Supervisors. A Freedom of Information Act request yielded some good news on the 2008-09 supervisors' travel expenses:.......
  • Reaction to Obama school speech column

     
    Got lots of feedback to today???s column on the ridiculous brouhaha over President Obama???s school pep talk, some reasonable and some just downright deplorable. A sampling: From J.R. Beach -- Nicely done. Outstanding use of sarcasm. I do want to......
  • Capes, caps, and Capulets: Raid the racks at LA Opera costume shop for Halloween

     
    Just in time for Halloween, LA Opera has decided to hold its first costume sale, saying sayonara to 24 years of accumulated gowns, capes, headgear and masks -- some 2,500 pieces in all -- in a one-day sale at the......
  • Youth fishing program sponsors bone marrow drive for 4-year-old

     
    *Updated to correct spelling of Maya Chamberlin's name. The 976-Tuna Youth Fishing Program is sponsoring a bone marrow drive hoping to find a match for 4-year-old Maya Chamberlin of Torrance. Maya was diagnosed Sept. 14 with hemophagocytic...
  • Barnes & Noble's nook digital book reader to let users lend titles to their friends

     
    Barnes & Noble, looking ahead to a the next chapter in digital publishing, this afternoon took the wraps off a $259 electronic book reader, dubbed "nook."...
  • Christopher Lloyd withdraws from 'Grinch' at the Pantages

     
    The upcoming production of "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical" at Hollywood's Pantages Theatre has just lost its Grinch. Actor Christopher Lloyd -- best known for playing Doc in the "Back to the Future" movies -- has......
  • Theater review: 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas!' at the Pantages Theatre

     
    Aww, the Grinch is just an old softy. OK, yeah, you know that already because as a child you, with someone you loved, flipped through the wild rhymes and even wilder illustrations of the original Dr. Seuss book "How the......
  • Monday's TV Highlights: Gobble, gobble, 'Gossip Girl'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 29 - Dec. 5 in PDF format This week's TV Movies TALKING TURKEY: Chuck and Blair (Leighton Meester, Ed Westwick) celebrate Thanksgiving on a new episode of the teen-themed......
  • Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Mega-Tsunami: 5 Years Later' looks back at the 2004 disaster

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 20 - 26, in PDF format This week's TV Movies HIGH-WATER MARK: The new special 'Mega-Tsunami: 5 Years Later' recalls the deadly 2004 tsunami, mostly through amateur video footage......
  • Album review: Yeasayer's 'Odd Blood'

     
    Things start bleak on "Odd Blood." The second album from worldly Brooklyn art rockers Yeasayer opens with "The Children," a post-apocalyptic mix of clanks, clacks, distorted vocals, manipulated instruments and dooming electronic effects. Yet in many ways,...
  • Police investigate hood found on UC San Diego statue

     
    A Ku Klux Klan-like hood was fashioned from a pillowcase and placed on a statue outside UC San Diego’s main library, in what may be another racially provocative incident at the beach-side campus, officials said Tuesday. University police say they......