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  • PASSINGS

    Virginia Carroll Character actress and leading lady Virginia Carroll, 95, a movie character actress and B-western leading lady who appeared opposite cowboy stars such as Don "Red" Barry and Tex Ritter, died of natural causes July 23 in a Santa Barbara...
  • Tommy Jacquette dies at 65; South L.A. activist helped found the Watts Summer Festival

    Tommy Jacquette dies at 65; South L.A. activist helped found the Watts Summer Festival
    Tommy Jacquette, who channeled a simmering rage to become one of South L.A.'s most important social activists, died this week of complications from cancer, his daughter said. He was 65. Jacquette died Monday at his home in Watts, not far from where the...
  • Mark Tribe's Port Huron Project via Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions

    Mark Tribe's Port Huron Project via Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
    Early Saturday evening, Providence, R.I.-based artist Mark Tribe orchestrated a reenactment of a 1971 speech by Chicano labor activist César Chávez protesting the Vietnam War. On the South Lawn of Exposition Park, midway between the Natural History Museum...
  • DC landmark celebrates 50th anniversary

     
    by Aamer Madhani Back in 1968 in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the strip along U Street--what was once known as the "Black Broadway" of Washington, D.C.-- was devastated by the riots that ravaged......
  • Port Huron Project videos on view at LACE

     
    In July 2008, artist Mark Tribe's Port Huron Project -- a multi-year effort involving staged re-creations of historic protest speeches of the Vietnam era at their original locations -- came to Los Angeles with a re-enactment of farm labor leader......
  • Where books reign and readers celebrate... in Westwood

     
    Mystery writers can be a dark lot. "When I was growing up, I was always interested in those books, ‘Women Who Kill,' " Megan Abbott, author of "Bury Me Deep," intoned as her audience laughed. She chuckled. "Strange kid." Across......
  • 'Breach of Peace' fills in the blanks on the 'Freedom Riders'

    'Breach of Peace' fills in the blanks on the 'Freedom Riders'
    July 6, 2008 The story was already written: Vividly rendered on those young faces -- excited, angry, naive, fearful, idealistic. But it was only the first leg of their journey. That's what first struck Eric Etheridge when he first laid eyes on a trove of...