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  • Hollywood producer Robert Evans revels in the 'flare of the dare'

    Hollywood producer Robert Evans revels in the 'flare of the dare'
    In his new memoir, "The Fat Lady Sang," legendary Hollywood producer Robert Evans recalls taking an overnight flight from Los Angeles to New York in the late 1950s when he was an up-and-coming film actor. The plane had six sleeping berths in the tail...
  • Take simple precautions to prevent injuries when you exercise

    Whether you've been exercising for years or are just starting a fitness program, it's important to avoid injuries so you can keep moving toward your fitness goals. We become more vulnerable to injuries as we get older, in part because we're less agile...
  • Film Review: 'Opening Act'

    Students at Milan's prestigious Accademia Teatro alla Scala, affiliated with the eminent La Scala theater, are observed through the school year in "Opening Act," a docu full of small visual pleasures and aural delights. While helmers Massimo Donati and...
  • Tobias Harris practiced with the Orlando Magic on Thursday

    Tobias Harris practiced with the Orlando Magic on Thursday
    Tobias Harris might return soon to the Orlando Magic's playing rotation. Harris, who has been hampered by a high-ankle sprain since October, participated in the team's practice Thursday. It's possible he'll play when the Magic host the Cleveland...
  • Students of teacher wounded in LAX shooting to protest gun violence

    Students of a Calabasas High School teacher who was wounded during the shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport plan to walk out of their classes Tuesday to protest gun violence and support his recovery. Brian Ludmer, 29, was upgraded to...
  • Boston Marathon bombing victim Brannock walks again

    Erika Brannock slides to the edge of her wheelchair. She looks down at a pair of carefully selected gray New Balance athletic shoes. And stands. Her thigh slides deeper into a flexible plastic socket as she shifts her weight from her right leg to a...
  • Pay attention if your young athlete complains of lower back pain

    http://www.kidsdr.com I care for a lot of athletic teens, and while many of them participate in several different sports, more and more 'tweens and teens now specialize in one sport. They may only play soccer or basketball, or be a gymnast, dancer or...
  • West L.A. pet hospital caters to high-end clients

     West L.A. pet hospital caters to high-end clients
    All the amenities of modern medicine are available at a new West Los Angeles hospital. There's 24-hour emergency care, a team of surgeons, psychology and physical therapy units, MRI and CT machines, one of the top oncologists in the country. Medical...
  • Women may have harder concussion recovery than men

    Women may have harder concussion recovery than men
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - After a concussion, women tend to have worse symptoms than men. That's the case even when athletes were injured playing the same sport, according to a new study of young soccer players. Some recent studies have found gender...
  • Bolingbrook trustees approve several new businesses

    Bolingbrook trustees approve several new businesses
    The Bolingbrook Village Board signed off on a handful of new businesses at last week's meeting. Trustees voted to allow a permit for PT Solutions, which will open up a physical therapy office in 2,600 square feet in Stonebrook Place, a largely vacant...
  • Congress still gets paid while government is closed

    Congress still gets paid while government is closed
    Congress has failed so miserably that it can't even keep the government open for business. But our representatives and senators still will get paid for failing to do their job. Rest assured it's not because they are considered "essential" personnel...