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  • PASSINGS

    Richard Delvy Drummer, producer Richard Delvy, 67, who began his musical career as a drummer for the early instrumental surf band the Bel-Airs and went on to become a musical director, songwriter, producer and publisher, died Feb. 6 of aspiration...
  • Political food for thought: Obama, Biden, McCain and Palin's states bring a mix of flavors to the table

    Political food for thought: Obama, Biden, McCain and Palin's states bring a mix of flavors to the table
    "Food is our common ground, a universal experience," wrote James Beard, but with all the political posturing and finger-pointing these final weeks on the campaign trail, it's difficult to imagine the presidential hopefuls and their running mates...
  • Why it's good to be a 'Bad Girl'

    The bad-girl racket ain't what it used to be; time was, bad girls had sass and smarts and originality. Lately it's been taken over by celebrities and heiresses given to sloppy behavior. Ellen Sussman's anthology "Bad Girls: 26 Writers Misbehave" reminds...
  • The secondhand Sarah Palin

    Politics is having a fashion moment. We shouldn't be surprised: After all, two women who dress in two very different traditions have been in the spotlight running for posts no woman has ever held. Hillary Clinton's pantsuits are in the tradition of John...
  • Press Release: Students Uncover Shredded CSU Stanislaus Documents Relating To Sarah Palin Appearance

    Students from California State University Stanislaus have uncovered several public documents pertaining to the upcoming controversial visit by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. The documents -- including parts of the university's speaking contract with...
  • Service honors Marines killed in Afghanistan chopper crash

    Service honors Marines killed in Afghanistan chopper crash
    Grieving family members and Marines gathered Monday to honor the service of four Camp Pendleton-based air crew members killed last month in a helicopter collision over southern Afghanistan. The late-morning ceremony in a chapel at the Marine base in...
  • Sen. Ted Stevens convicted

     
    Sen. Ted Stevens leaves federal court in Washington, Monday, Oct. 27, 2008, after guilty verdicts were returned by the jury at his trial. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) by Frank James Sen. Ted Stevens, the Alaska Republican, needed an acquittal in......
  • Sarah Palin: 'Consignment shop' wear

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin, campaigning in "old clothes from'' a "consignment shop in Anchorage,'' is criss-crossing Virginia today, in a bid to save a state that hasn't voted Democratic in presidential contests since 1964. The Alaska governor and...
  • Obama endorsement: Alaskan newspaper

     
    by Mark Silva Republican John McCain likes to call running mate Sarah Palin the most popular governor in America, but the Alaska governor's leading home-state newspaper has gone with someone else in its editorial endorsement: Democrat Barack Obama. In...
  • Ten for Monday: Homestretch

     
    Obama will spend the last week of the campaign on the attack in red states, while McCain plans to play a lot of defense and mount an aggressive effort in Pennsylvania. Obama continued to draw huge crowds yesterday including......
  • Ted Stevens in denial (not Denali)

     
    Sen. Ted Stevens, right, answers a question during a congressional debate in Anchorage, Alaska Thursday Oct. 30, 2008 as Democrat candidate Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich listens. (AP Photo/Al Grillo) by Frank James The freshly minted convict Sen. Ted...