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  • Co-director of "Frozen" will film classic "A Wrinkle in Time" for Disney

    Co-director of "Frozen" will film classic "A Wrinkle in Time" for Disney
    Let’s be clear from the beginning. There is such a thing as a tesseract, and Disney is going to let the writer and co-director of its wildly popular “Frozen” tackle a film adaptation of the sci-fi and fantasy classic that will explain...
  • Palestinian-Americans return to Jordan for culture clash nuptials in 'May in the Summer'

    The religious and cultural fault lines of the Middle East get thoroughly blurred in "May in the Summer," the second feature film from the Palestinian-American actress-writer-director Cherien Dabis ("Amreeka"). The setting and various religious rifts...
  • The GOP's uncharitable view of child migrants [Letter]

    The GOP's uncharitable view of child migrants [Letter]
    Regarding Ellen Sauerbrey's recent letter on child immigration, I suppose that as a conservative Republican Ms. Sauerbrey is also a good Christian woman, yet her rather negative response to the problem of child migrants is anything but Christian ("...
  • Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents

    Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents
    Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
  • John H. "Jack" Zink Jr., mechanical contractor

    John H. "Jack" Zink Jr., mechanical contractor
    John H. Zink Jr., a retired mechanical engineer and contractor who enjoyed playing gin rummy going to the beach, died July 3 of an apparent heart attack. He was 95. Mr. Zink was lunching and playing cards with friends at the Green Spring Club when he was...
  • American missionary battling Ebola to arrive in U.S. on Tuesday

    As a deadly Ebola virus outbreak produced more victims in West Africa, an American missionary stricken with the disease was expected to arrive in the United States on Tuesday to join a U.S. doctor receiving treatment at Emory University Hospital in...
  • 'Health care sharing ministries' increase membership in wake of law

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Go to church, be faithful to your spouse and shun tobacco, booze and drugs. Promising to adhere to that "biblical lifestyle," more than 300,000 Americans are taking advantage of a little-known provision in the nation's health care law...
  • Reader Feedback for Aug. 4: Lee Hall Depot renovation, McDonnells scandal, Monarch butterflies stressed, same-sex marriage fight

    Lee Hall Depot renovationcontinues amid need for money While the historic Lee Hall Depot's exterior renovations have been completed, fundraising has been slow for the final phase of the project, which includes adding a museum and amenities to the...
  • Our realignment revision for 2014-15 school year

    Our realignment revision for 2014-15 school year
    This chart illustrates how we would have formatted area FHSAA districts for the upcoming school year in sports with team brackets (basketball, baseball, softball, girls volleyball). The soccer setup would be similar. We believe the FHSAA can ease travel...
  • The God Squad: Hitting a barrier on baptism

    Q: I'm an avid reader and fan of your column and follow it in our local paper, the Patriot-News (Harrisburg, Penn.). I'm Protestant by upbringing, but my husband is Catholic. We attend a Catholic church, and our three children were baptized Catholic. I...
  • Looking for Costa Mesa's historic buildings? They're not on the local register

    Looking for Costa Mesa's historic buildings? They're not on the local register
    In the 1990s, Costa Mesa paid consultants to find buildings and sites that might be eligible for a historic register. Of 141 properties in the survey area, 27 structures and two areas — the state-owned Orange County Fairgrounds and Orange Coast...