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  • Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett

    Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett
    British actress Billie Whitelaw, who collaborated closely with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett and appeared on stage and screen for decades, died Sunday in a London nursing home. She was 82. Whitelaw's death was confirmed by Charlotte Schram, general...
  • Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer

    Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer
    Little Addison Ramos, a 5-month-old bundle of coos and giggles, sits on her father's lap and gnaws on the hand that feeds her, turning the thumb of recently acquired Angels reliever Cesar Ramos into a teething toy. She has her father's dark hair, her...
  • Facing cancer, and finding heaven on earth

    Facing cancer, and finding heaven on earth
    Oren Miller's children — 6-year-old Liam and 4-year-old Madeline — lean in close as they play Chutes and Ladders with their dad. "OK, Madeline, you're at 42. Count forward six," he says, his voice gentle. He is wearing three layers despite...
  • Joe Cocker dead at 70; said before 2012 Musikfest show he was lucky, looked to Woodstock's 50th anniversary

    Joe Cocker dead at 70; said before 2012 Musikfest show he was lucky, looked to Woodstock's 50th anniversary
    Joe Cocker, the gritty-voiced rocker veteran who for more than 50 years has stayed relevant by evolving from blues rock of such ’60s hits as “Feelin’ Alright” to sing softer, more adult contemporary 1980s fare like “Up...
  • Middletown Health Department Offering Radon Test Kits For Residents

    MIDDLETOWN — The city health department is offering a limited number of free radon test kits for residents in January as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Radon Action Month. With proof of residency, the kits can be picked up in...
  • Berkeley's soda tax a sweet victory

    Berkeley's soda tax a sweet victory
    Three years ago, Richmond City Councilman Jeff Ritterman became aware that about a third of his city's fifth- and seventh- graders were obese, and that the numbers were getting worse. A retired cardiologist who got into politics to improve public...
  • In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air

    In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air
    Sitting at a desk in his small office here, Ma Jun, one of China's best-known environmental advocates, shows off his latest tool in the fight against the nation's crippling air pollution: a computer app. Displayed on a tablet, the app shows a map of...
  • John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s

    John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s
    John Bowsher, vice president of museum infrastructure at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a local art world figure who helped open the Museum of Contemporary Art in the early 1980s, died Monday morning at his home in Hancock Park. He was 62....
  • Kick the smoking habit with these programs

    Shannon McCall has a great gift idea that some people can give to their loved ones this holiday season. “What a wonderful gift it would be to tell people who love you and care about you that you are working on becoming an ex-smoker,” McCall...
  • On The Fly: Football Brawls And Bad Behavior

    There was a lot of brawling, unnecessary shoving and stomping going on Sunday in the NFL and sadly, it continued Monday in college football. The Rams and Giants got into a brouhaha on the sidelines in Sunday's 37-27 Giants' win after Rams linebacker...
  • Review: 'Essays After Eighty' by Donald Hall

    Review: 'Essays After Eighty' by Donald Hall
    'In the morning, I turn on the coffee, glue in my teeth, take four pills, swallow Metamucil and wipe it off my beard, fasten a brace over my buckling knee ... then read the newspaper and drink black coffee," writes Donald Hall, former U.S. poet laureate...