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  • Bob Meistrell dies at 84; co-founder of surfwear firm Body Glove

    For Bob Meistrell, there was always something about the water. After he and his brother, Bill, taught themselves to swim in a Missouri pond, one would man a bicycle pump on shore and the other would throw on a diving helmet fashioned from a 5-gallon...
  • M. Jeanne Bartelt dies at 89; teacher helped revise state PE standards

    M. Jeanne Bartelt, a physical education teacher who was instrumental in efforts to revise statewide PE standards for California schoolchildren, died May 22 in Sacramento. She was 89. The cause was a heart attack, said her partner, Sandra Archer. A...
  • PASSINGS: Ben Pleasants, Kenneth Appel

    Ben Pleasants L.A. poet and playwright Ben Pleasants, 72, a Los Angeles poet and playwright who also championed the work of Charles Bukowski and John Fante in literary critiques, died of a heart attack April 18 in Crescent City, his wife, Paula, said....
  • Raymond Rodriguez dies at 87; documented 1930s mass deportations to Mexico

    Raymond Rodriguez dies at 87; documented 1930s mass deportations to Mexico
    Raymond Rodriguez was 10 years old in 1936 when his immigrant father walked out of the family's Long Beach farmhouse and returned to Mexico, never to see his wife and children again. The son would spend decades pondering the forces that had driven his...
  • Dudley Knight dies at 73; innovative UC Irvine drama teacher

    For more than 20 years at UC Irvine, Dudley Knight devised innovative and sometimes controversial ways of teaching acting students to speak clearly while lending their characters authentic, unforced accents and dialects. He believed that actors in a...
  • Richie Havens dies at 72; singer became Woodstock's opening act

    Richie Havens dies at 72; singer became Woodstock's opening act
    Richie Havens, the veteran folk singer whose frenetic guitar strumming and impassioned vocals made him one of the defining voices and faces of Woodstock and 1960s pop music, died Monday of a heart attack at his home in Jersey City, N.J. He was 72. His...
  • State could save $839M if patients took medications, used generics, says adherence report

    State could save $839M if patients took medications, used generics, says adherence report
    Floridians would could save more than $260 million dollars a year if they just took their medications the way their doctors told them to, said a new report released today from CVS Caremark. The Medication Adherence Report, which lists state-by-state...
  • Miraculously, a teens-and-guns story that doesn't end with a funeral

    He walks in the room with a plastic helmet over his head. He sits. He takes off the helmet. You can see the damage on the right side of his head. Sixty days earlier, he had gone to a best friend's party, things got out of hand and as the party was...
  • Having a family can be good for your career

    If you haven't read Anne-Marie Slaughter's cover story in the July/August issue of The Atlantic, titled "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," you've probably seen part of the discussion it sparked. With her argument that "among those who have made it to...
  • Letters to the Editor for July 11

    Letters to the Editor for July 11
    ‘Live life abundantly’ If we, as a society, reflect on the delicacy and fragility of life; it should cause us to stop and consider how we are as people, and how others would remember us if we are to experience an untimely demise. This past...
  • Thirteen murderers released after court ruling

    Thirteen murderers released after court ruling
    Thirteen inmates convicted of murder have been released from prison — and dozens more could be freed — after Maryland's highest court ruled that jurors had been given improper instructions in the decades-old cases. The Court of Appeals...