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  • Virgen: Rick Reilly entertains in Newport Beach

    Virgen: Rick Reilly entertains in Newport Beach
    As Rick Reilly talked about his dreams to be a pro golfer or someone like Derek Jeter, it was difficult to ignore the sign near where he stood at the Newport Beach Library Saturday afternoon. The sign read, "The Witte Lectures: A forum for ideas with...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman friend settles National Enquirer libel suit

    Philip Seymour Hoffman friend settles National Enquirer libel suit
    One of the two friends who discovered Philip Seymour Hoffman's body in his apartment has withdrawn a lawsuit against the National Enquirer after reaching a settlement with the tabloid. David Bar Katz has come to an agreement with the Enquirer over a...
  • How to Identify Bad Career Advice - So You Can Ignore It

    Brazen Careerist If you're on the hunt for a new job, want to get promoted at work or need tips on how to deal with difficult coworkers, it's likely you've taken your search for answers to Google. There's just one problem with the wonderful world of...
  • Should I buy or rent?

    Three years into the national housing recovery, activity and price increases are moderating. While the unusually severe weather across the country has contributed to the recent weakness, the effects of last year's rise in mortgage rates and the...
  • Oscar fever! Warner Bros. has no more trouble with the curve.

    Oscar fever! Warner Bros. has no more trouble with the curve.
    After the coffee. Before making sure "The Americans" is on my DVR. The Skinny: Very excited that FX's "The Americans" is back Wednesday night. If you're not watching, start. It will easily fill the void left by the shark-jumping "Homeland." I'm also...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense

    Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense
    The last time Oscar voters surprised with a best picture winner came eight years ago when Jack Nicholson opened the evening's final envelope, arched those famous eyebrows and announced "Crash." He then mouthed the word "Whoa!" Most years, Hollywood...
  • Move the horse crusade in Italy focuses on Leonardo da Vinci statue reborn in Lehigh Valley

    Move the horse crusade in Italy focuses on Leonardo da Vinci statue reborn in Lehigh Valley
    Eric Maurer of Blairstown, N.J., was still in his 20s when he was working on a small domed structure to be used for offices at a factory in Bath, back in the late 1970s. "This is exactly what I need," he remembers the late Charles C. Dent saying when...
  • Ron Unz, a mo' money man on the minimum wage

    Ron Unz, a mo' money man on the minimum wage
    Ron Unz knows his way around the California ballot. He ran for governor against Pete Wilson in the GOP primary 20 years ago. He lost big, but four years later he won with his Proposition 227, which altered California schools by effectively ending...
  • Why 'Pompeii' Doesn't Blow

    History suggests that it took about six hours for Mt. Vesuvius to bury Pompeii in a thick coat of lava and ash. It took most critics even less time to bury "Pompeii" the movie in volcanic invective, resulting in a woeful 28% "fresh" rating on Rotten...
  • State Offers Health Site Expertise

    State Offers Health Site Expertise
    Connecticut's positive role in the painful birth of the Affordable Care Act deserves credit. Unlike the federal government and some states, Connecticut did it right, right from the beginning. In fact, this state did such a good job of signing up...
  • On gay marriage bans, Holder's view may be too liberal

    U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. seems to see himself as a minister of justice with responsibilities that transcend the actual duties of his job. In his latest pronouncement, Holder told the New York Times that state attorneys general should feel free...