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Adlai Stevenson

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  • The Kennedys' Moment of Glory

     
    Photograph by Larry Sharkey / Los Angeles Times July 15, 1960: Preceded by photographers, John F. Kennedy leads his entourage into the Coliseum. I believe the fellow in the lower left is Stanley Tretick, who frequently photographed Kennedy. Los Angeles...
  • L.A. schools chief vows to use evaluation data to help teachers

     
    L.A. schools chief Ramon C. Cortines talked about revamping teacher evaluations as a tool for helping teachers improve as part of his final, annual address to administrators Wednesday morning at Hollywood High School. Overall, the 30-minute speech...
  • 10 things you might not know about divorce

    Heather Mills won a $49 million divorce ruling from Paul McCartney last week, but she lost in the court of public opinion. The judge called her "devoid of reality," and the British press said she had "over-egged the pudding" with outrageous demands. Which...
  • Choate Rosemary Hall

    Choate Rosemary Hall
    CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL WALLINGFORD ORIGINS: Choate Rosemary Hall is the result of merging two single-sex schools, both founded in part by the same woman and both originally located on the same property. In 1890, Mary Atwater Choate founded a school...
  • Tracing the roots of democracy in N.Y.

    When I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
  • A mirror for the nation

    Sam Dohle never met Harry Truman, but after years of leading tours through the 33rd president's humble wood-frame birthplace in this flyspeck of a southwestern Missouri town, he feels a sturdy kinship. Dohle thinks he knows how Harry, as Dohle calls him,...
  • The Great Gorino

    Hello, this is Gore Vidal," the East Egg baritone announced. "Is Richard there?" I stammered a return greeting as the voice continued, "I read your story . . ." and then halted. On a Sunday in the spring of 1982, my article about Vidal's campaign for...