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  • The L.A. Times book review: Dan Brown's 'The Lost Symbol'

     
    The book won't hit shelves until Tuesday and hasn't been distributed to reviewers; nevertheless, our Nick Owchar has been among the few to have seen and read "The Lost Symbol," the follow-up to Dan Brown's mega-bestseller, "The Da Vinci Code."......
  • 'Comedy Is Dead' at the Masonic Lodge tonight

     
    The story goes that Duncan Trussell, a delightfully deranged L.A. comedian, proclaimed comedy to be dead after watching an episode of 'Last Comic Standing.' Doing his best to resurrect intelligent wit, he started a monthly evening of stand-up for those...
  • Found on EBay – 1907 Shriners Convention

     
    The 1907 Shriners convention in Los Angeles inspired all sorts of commemorative trinkets. Most of the items were pins, badges, glassware and ceramics, which frequently turn up on EBay. Here’s something I’ve never seen before, a spoon that was...
  • The Books bring their library of eccentricity to Hollywood Forever tonight

     
    Just another example of the amazing concerts that we Angelenos are privy to-- the Books at Hollywood Forever. Baffling, brilliant and impossible to pigeon hole, the Books create experimental, kaleidoscopic music that incorporates elements of folk and...
  • Found on EBay – Shriners Convention

     
    The Times published a special edition of comics for the 1907 Shriners convention. A page of the May 6, 1907, Shriners comics, a parody of Winsor McCay’s popular strip “Little Nemo in Slumberland," has been listed on EBay. Bidding starts at $20....
  • Med student’s goal: bike 4,020 miles, raise $40,200 for Shriners

     
    Lauren Leffler has a month off between four years of medical school and a residency. She's spending it riding her bicycle more than 130 miles a day -- and trying to raise $40,000 for charity....
  • WebClawer: Alpaca goes surfing; would-be Totos try out for 'Wizard of Oz' musical; PETA wants mothers to breastfeed to help cows; can animals commit suicide?

     
    -- Bizarre new trend: Surfing with animals. Okay, we will accept that some dogs seem to actually enjoy the sport -- but what of other species that are seemingly less suited to surfing? Like, say, an alpaca? Peruvian surfer Domingo......
  • ‘Poetry and Prose' at the Masonic Lodge tonight

     
    What's that? Poetry readings in a coffee shop aren't emo enough for you? Perhaps you'd enjoy a “Poetry and Prose” night set in a cemetery, specifically the Masonic Lodge on the grounds of Hollywood Forever. For exactly zero dollars you can enjoy...
  • Ernie Borgnine–the next Betty White?

     
    He's got a funny supporting role in the all-star spy actioner RED, opening in Oct. He's slated to be in Orlando for the FXShow convention in mid October, too. And in January, Ernest Borgnine, Oscar winner, will be honored by the Screen Actor's Guild at...
  • Prosecutors charge man who allegedly left son in car after drinking binge

     
    Prosecutors charged a 23-year-old West Covina man with child endangerment and other offenses after authorities alleged he got drunk and lost his 3-year-old son for more than a day. Joe Louie Kurihara was initially arrested on suspicion of public...
  • Lehigh's Rackley selected for East-West Shrine Game

     
    Lehigh's outstanding offensive tackle Will Rackley has been selected for the East-West Shrine Game at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla., on Saturday. Kickoff is at 4 p.m. Rackley and other participants in this year’s game arrived in Orlando on Saturday...