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  • Forever young at 80

     Forever young at 80
    Corona del Mar resident Joan Templeton Morris and her husband, Bob Morris, hosted a fabulous "Forever 20" party Sunday for more than 100 guests at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club in Newport Beach. Brunch was followed by two hours of dancing and music...
  • Glamorous benefit will paint the town red

    Laguna Beach on Saturday night will make a splash at Red Ball II. AIDS Services Foundation Orange County will roll out the red carpet for guests attending the nonprofit's annual fundraiser at the Festival of Arts grounds. "I think we will see a lot of...
  • 'Cleopatra: A Life' by Stacy Schiff

    'Cleopatra: A Life' by Stacy Schiff
    I have endured my share of Cleopatra jokes derived from the 1963 movie starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Rex Harrison. So only a biographer as gifted as Stacy Schiff could come to my rescue. In "Cleopatra: A Life," published last year to...
  • Chicago was a regular stop for Hollywood legends

    Chicago was a regular stop for Hollywood legends
    Chicago used to be a must-stop for Hollywood's top talent and New York's glittering stars. If for no other reason than to change trains. The Superman movie is a wrap. Laurence Fishburne and Amy Adams have gone home. And while "The Playboy Club" is...
  • Man accused of stealing documents wants to sell own valuables

    Man accused of stealing documents wants to sell own valuables
    The FBI raided Barry H. Landau's Manhattan apartment twice, hauling out thousands of documents that authorities say link him to a theft scheme involving historical artifacts pilfered from libraries and museums in Baltimore, elsewhere in the United...
  • At Laurel Park, neighbors celebrate century of glamor and grit

    At Laurel Park, neighbors celebrate century of glamor and grit
    Just about every Friday morning, Karen Lubieniecki takes a leisurely stroll to Laurel Park, finds a place along a railing at the nearly empty racetrack and spends an hour or so watching the horses exercise as the sun climbs the sky. It isn't that she's a...
  • 'The Buddha in the Attic' by Julie Otsuka

    'The Buddha in the Attic' by Julie Otsuka
    "On the boat we were mostly virgins." That is the arresting, and alluring, first sentence of Julie Otsuka's slender novel, "The Buddha in the Attic," the story of the Japanese women of childbearing age with long, black hair and flat, wide feet who headed...
  • Stacy Schiff, author of 'Cleopatra: A Life,' on the perfect biography subject

    Stacy Schiff, author of 'Cleopatra: A Life,' on the perfect biography subject
    Heartbroken by my failure to hear biographer Stacy Schiff speak when she was in Chicago last week, I lassoed her by email to discuss one of my favorite subjects: biography. Q: What is essential to the perfect biography subject? A: In an ideal world, the...
  • Andy Warhol in 'Headlines' at Washington's National Gallery

    Andy Warhol in 'Headlines' at Washington's National Gallery
    Andy Warhol, the guru of Pop art, reveled in a lifelong obsession with newspapers, especially tabloids and their garish headlines. As a teenager, he saved pages with photos of his favorite Hollywood stars. Throughout his life he packed hundreds of...
  • 'Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock' by David Margolick

    'Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock' by David Margolick
    The photograph, taken Sept. 4, 1957, is one of most memorable from the civil rights movement: Elizabeth Eckford, one of the "Little Rock Nine" African-American students, in her neat white dress, clasps her books to her breast and holds her head high, with...
  • Looking into the female heart

    Looking into the female heart
    While Samuel Park's mother sliced vegetables at the kitchen table, she told her son dramatic tales of her youth in South Korea after the Korean War. Park, the youngest child with two older sisters, found himself easily embroiled in the fantasies,...