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  • In Memory of Alan Livingston (1917-2009)

    He was the creator of Bozo the Clown and also the man who brought The Beatles to America. He died over the weekend (March 13, 2009) at the age of 91 at his home in Beverly Hills, California. Alan Wendell Livingston was born in McDonald, Pennsylvania on...
  • Dark Passages: Michael Koryta tackles ghosts new and old

    Dark Passages: Michael Koryta tackles ghosts new and old
    One of the first lessons any writer should learn is that where you start isn't necessarily where you end up and that your defining books are often beyond your control. Michael Koryta arrived auspiciously at the authorial gates when his first novel,...
  • Lots of ways to mark Memorial Day

    Lots of ways to mark Memorial Day
    May 31 was the day dedicated to the memory of those to whom we all owe so much. In Laguna, Memorial Day includes breakfast in an idyllic setting, solemn rites at Monument Point and the joyful patriotic program presented by the Laguna Beach Concert Band....
  • Walt Disney's train artwork and memorabilia to go on display in L.A.

     
    Anyone who has visited a Disney theme park can attest to the preponderance of rail transportation -- whether it's the traditional locomotives found in various amusement park rides or the sleek monorails that shuttle visitors from one attraction to...
  • Clayton Kershaw's great-uncle discovered Pluto

     
    At least that's what Clayton Kershaw says. And that's all I'm sayin' ......
  • Razzie Award nominations: Can Sandra Bullock win worst AND best actress?

     
    "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "Land of the Lost" are tied for the most Razzie Award nominations, scoring seven chances each to take gold paint-sprayed statuettes hailing the worst films of 2009. Also noteworthy: two of this year's Oscar...
  • Meg Whitman on the air. Gavin Newsom on Pluto? The 'demon sheep' fallout.

     
    Today on the Times' state politics blog, PolitiCal: Los Angeles television watchers are going to be seeing a lot of Meg Whitman over the next few days. Has San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom been abducted by one-eyed aliens from Pluto?......
  • Tuesday's Highlights: Women's hockey at the Olympics

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 14 - 20 in PDF format This week's TV Movies ON ICE: Hilary Knight and the U.S. women's hockey team play the Russians, 'XXI Winter Olympics,' 2:30 p.m. on......
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: The cop drama 'Southland' returns with new episodes

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 28 - March 6 in PDF format This week's TV Movies 'SOUTHLAND': The multi-character police drama starring Ben McKenzie, above, moves to cable for its second season, at 10......
  • D23 celebrates first anniversary at Disneyland on March 10 -- but no expo this year

     
    There are plenty of birthdays celebrated at Disneyland and a good number of them are for 1-year-olds enjoying their first cake-and-candles experience. On March 10, though, the youngster celebrating one year of life will be D23, the Disney fan community......
  • Sandra Bullock wins TWO Razzie Awards; 'Transformers 2' nabs THREE

     
    On the eve of the Oscars, Sandra Bullock demonstrated her awards prowess at the Razzies by claiming two awards: worst actress ("All About Steve") and screen couple (with costar Bradley Cooper). As promised, she attended the ceremony in person to accept....