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  • Remembering Owsley "Bear" Stanley (1935-2011) [Audio]

     
    The obituary for Owsley "Bear" Stanley ran in the news pages of the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, but it spiritually inhabits the music section. Though he never received the cult of his contemporary, Timothy Leary, the eccentric Stanley did......
  • Suzanne Collins on Jennifer Lawrence: 'powerful, vulnerable, beautiful, unforgiving and brave'

     
    Author Suzanne Collins talks about the casting of Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss in The Hunger Games....
  • Cartoons: Masters of disaster

     
    Pity the 24/7 broadcasters, expected to chatter incessantly through cataclysmic circumstances. (God's truth: One actually asked if the reactors could melt through the Earth's core "all the way to China.") Cartoonists, though, can ponder in private and let...
  • Michael's in Santa Monica launches new mixology program and lounge

     
    This post has been corrected. See note at bottom for details. In keeping with L.A.'s insatiable appetite for craft cocktails, Michael's restaurant in Santa Monica has hired Jason Robey, a mixologist who has put in time at New York City's......
  • Florida no longer holds top SPARQ rating

     
    Yulee's star running back Derrick Henry (123.09) sat atop the Nike SPARQ rating for only a week after nudging past the previous top rating by Clermont East Ridge LB Justin Horton (122.75), but the state of Florida's hold on the top spot in the national...
  • Monster Mash: Getty's 'Aphrodite' returns to Sicily; another actor is injured in Broadway's 'Spider-Man'

     
    Long journey: The J. Paul Getty Museum's statue of Aphrodite was sent back to Sicily last week, ending years of dispute over the object. (Los Angeles Times) Turn off the pain: Actress T.V. Carpio is the latest performer to be......
  • Cartoons: Obama over Libya

     
    Politicians often claim that an earful from all quarters translates to a job well done. If that's the case, cartoonists must regard operation liberate Libya as a true resume-builder for President Obama. Liberal Chris Britt put the "W" in our......
  • FAU's Paul Davis makes strong case for Belt Pitcher of the Week

     
    If Paul Davis is not the Sun Belt Pitcher of the Week, there needs to be an investigation. 5px 0px;" /> Davis improved to 5-0 and his ERA dropped to 1.30 after he pitched 8 2/3 scoreless innings Saturday to......
  • Maya Moore becomes four-time AP All-American

     
    Connecticut star Maya Moore has joined former Oklahoma standout Courtney Paris as the only four-time Associated Press All-American women's basketball players. "It's really special and something that I'm sure I will really appreciate more when I look...
  • Editorial cartoons: Radioactive politics

     
    When the task at hand is to analyze and simplify complex, evolving and often disturbing news events, sometimes the simplest solution is to change the subject. Jeff Koterba focused on the kind of hazardous wasted effort that could lead to......
  • UCF commitment Michael Chandler switches high schools, still expected to sign with Knights

     
    UCF commitment Michael Chandler switches high schools, still expected to sign with Knights...