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  • Todd Martens

    Todd Martens joined the Los Angeles Times in July of 2007. Previously, Martens covered the music business for Billboard, where he was employed for more than five years and wrote the independent-focused column The Indies. In addition to Billboard and the Times, his work has appeared in Punk Planet, Alternative Press, the Chicago Sun-Times and Los Angeles New Times. He continues to torture himself by stubbornly rooting for the Chicago Cubs, and is pro-dog, but prefers cats.
  • A View From History

    A View From History
    As part of our 250th celebration, I'll be posting selected historical cartoons from The Courant's files every Thursday. Today's is a 1955 syndicated cartoon by Pulitzer Prize-winner Jacob Burck of the Chicago Sun-Times. Henry McNulty, who is our...

    'Banana' George Blair dies at 98; water skier with a thing for yellow

    "Banana" George Blair loved yellow. When he water-skied barefoot, which he did into his 80s in theme park shows, he wore a yellow wetsuit and was towed by a yellow boat. But it didn't stop there. "Banana" George, who drove a yellow Lincoln and lived...

    Gordon Chambliss, 1919-2014

    Gordon Chambliss, 1919-2014
    Gordon Delmar Chambliss, an engineer with Shell Oil for 33 years, sat on the board of the Wheaton Mosquito Abatement District and also served with the Wheaton Environmental Improvement Commission. Mr. Chambliss, 94, died Sunday, Feb. 23, at Central...

    Ebert documentary, 'Life Itself,' gets thumbs up ★★★ 1/2

    Ebert documentary, 'Life Itself,' gets thumbs up ★★&#9733 1/2
    The documentary "Life Itself," directed by Steve James of "Hoop Dreams" and "The Interrupters" and based on the late Roger Ebert's 2011 memoir, could have settled for well-meaning hagiography or a feature-length pitch for sainthood. Many of Ebert's far-...