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  • Guy Peellaert dies at 74; Belgian pop artist worked with rock stars

    Belgian pop artist Guy Peellaert, whose surreal pictures for the 1972 cult book "Rock Dreams" brought him worldwide attention and led him to design album covers for the Rolling Stones and David Bowie, has died. He was 74. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Put e-waste in its right place

    Put e-waste in its right place
    If all the Consumer Electronics Show coverage this week has you scheming to buy the new Google smart phone or a 3-D home theater system, you aren't alone. Americans have an insatiable appetite for the latest and greatest gadgets. So what if we own an...
  • Digital video runs a screen on the cityscape

    Digital video runs a screen on the cityscape
    Apple is expected to unveil its much-anticipated touch-screen tablet on Wednesday morning. A few journalists see the device as a possible savior for the newspaper business. Me? I'm wondering how it'll affect the skyline. Don't laugh. Whatever shape it...
  • Getting inside voters' minds

    SEE CORRECTION APPENDED --- START OF CORRECTION --- For The Record Los Angeles Times Tuesday, February 12, 2008 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 37 words Type of Material: Correction Voters' minds: A headline with an article...
  • Madrid to Barcelona in a flash

    Madrid to Barcelona in a flash
    When President Obama announced plans in April to spend $13 billion in federal stimulus funds on developing high-speed rail in America, he invoked the usual role models -- Japan, China and France -- as examples of fast-train culture. He also praised...
  • Green Myths

    Green Myths
    Many homeowners – including a good handful of builders and developers – are still under the impression that green building is expensive. But research shows just the opposite. Then there's 'green washing,' a term that describes misleading environmental...
  • A righteous handbag

    WHO SPEAKS for the rich? Who will stand up for the right of a Rodeo Drive shopper to purchase accessories that are safely beyond the price range of some bargain-hunting slob in the heartland? This pressing issue was settled by the Supreme Court at the end...
  • Buying freedom of speech

    I was deeply disturbed by The Times editorial on malls as free-speech zones, both for its content and for the clear conflict of interest. Years ago, almost every locality had its own independent newspaper and often several newspapers. The small...
  • Federal Ruling Loosens Apple's Grip

    Federal Ruling Loosens Apple's Grip
    Ever attempted a jailbreak? Well, according to the Copyright Office, it's practically legal. var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; Share | No, we don't mean climbing over an electric, barbed wire fence, running from armed security guards....
  • Key evidence in Harris killing might be excluded

    DNA evidence that gave Baltimore police a key break in the investigation of the killing of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. was obtained under questionable circumstances and might never be heard at the trial, according to court documents and...
  • Saga of CompUSA: Once big, now fading

    Amid holiday cheer, it was with mixed emotions that I received the downbeat announcement of the permanent after-holidays closing of CompUSA Inc.'s stores. The company was sold to a restructuring firm that will close or sell off its stores. The 103 retail...