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  • Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes

    Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes
    Ronda Spinak squeezed more folding chairs into a Brentwood living room, which that afternoon had been transformed, with much shuffling of couches and tables, into a temporary theater. Moving around the space, she listened for echoes and background...
  • James Garner dies at 86; TV antihero of 'Maverick,' 'Rockford Files'

    If Sam Spade was a tough guy, Jim Rockford was … well, he could throw a punch, but he didn't like to because it hurt his hand. Rockford's idea of a good time was eating Oreos and fishing with his dad, not spending a lost weekend with some smoky...
  • Tribune newspapers worth $635 million, analyst says

    Tribune newspapers worth $635 million, analyst says
    With Tribune Publishing set to spin off from Tribune Co. on Aug. 4, analysts have begun weighing in as to what the stand-alone, publicly traded newspaper company may be worth. In a report issued Thursday by CRT Capital Group, analyst Lance Vitanza pegged...
  • Joan Quinn portrait exhibit spotlights artist's champion

    Joan Quinn portrait exhibit spotlights artist's champion
    Like all creative types, artists often benefit from the largesse of others. Genuine patrons of the arts, though, are scarce these days. The N.E.A., charitable foundations and corporate grants have largely replaced benefactors of earlier times like...
  • Tribune Newspapers, To Begin Trading Aug. 4, Worth $635M, Analyst Says

    With Tribune Publishing set to spin off from Tribune Co. on Aug. 4, analysts have begun weighing in on what the stand-alone, publicly traded newspaper company is worth. In a report issued last week by CRT Capital Group, analyst Lance Vitanza estimated...
  • Kevin Hunt: Are These Chemicals In Your Deodorant, Shampoo, Soap Or Cosmetics?

    Kevin Hunt: Are These Chemicals In Your Deodorant, Shampoo, Soap Or Cosmetics?
    Why do so many people care so much about what they put in their body and so little about what they put on it? Europe's regulatory system bans close to 1,400 ingredients in cosmetic products, including carcinogens like parabens and toxic chemicals that...
  • Karl Albrecht dies at 94; billionaire built Aldi food empire

    Karl Albrecht, a reclusive German billionaire who with his younger brother Theo turned his mother's corner store into a worldwide grocery empire, has died. He was 94. Albrecht's July 16 death in Essen, Germany, was confirmed by Aldi, the no-frills...
  • Curt Gentry dies at 83; California historian co-wrote 'Helter Skelter'

    Curt Gentry, a California historian who wrote or co-wrote more than a dozen books, including a bestselling biography of J. Edgar Hoover and the true-crime classic "Helter Skelter" about the Manson family murders, written with former prosecutor Vincent...
  • John Fasano Dead: Writer, Director, Producer Dies at 52

    Writer, producer and director John Fasano died in his sleep Saturday night. He was 52. In a career that career spanned more than 25 years, Fasano had more than 40 credits on feature films and primetime television as a writer, director or producer. His...
  • Christie Dances Around Gun Control

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is trying to have it both ways on gun control, and he can't. He is either for sensible and lawful regulation, or he isn't. And voters should so note. Mr. Christie was in Connecticut this week to campaign for Republican...
  • Verdugo Views: Column about Jackson Bowl was up their alley

    Verdugo Views: Column about Jackson Bowl was up their alley
    Two men who grew up in Glendale read a recent Verdugo Views about Jackson Bowl, and both wrote to say they had youthful connections to the bowling alley. Robert Tarallo, who sold newspapers at the corner of Glendale Avenue and Broadway as a young boy,...