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24 FramesA new UCLA study, "Not Quite a Breakthrough:The Oscars and Actors of Color, 2002-2012," shows barriers to Oscars for non-white actors....
Culture MonsterDavid C. Nichols reviews Terry Tocantins and Alex Zola's "The Magic Bullet Theory," a darkly satirical reassessment of the Kennedy assassination. A theater review for the Los Angeles Times....
Jacket CopyFor those who didn't go to hear Rodney King's conversation with Patt Morrison (and wait some time for King to show), the best bet for the same 12:30 p.m. time slot Saturday was an L.A. TImes Festival of Books panel......
We became keenly aware of the threat of bigness per se when we were told that our government allotted $700 billion to keep afloat several huge financial firms. We then were told that Wal-Mart is about to build four more mammoth stores around Washington,...
Special to this NewspaperThere may be no better young horse handler in the Imperial Valley right now than Gabrielle Lofton. The 17-year-old has excelled at equestrian activities for most of her life, with her most recent accolades occurring in the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse...
Tags: Animals, Human Interest
Everybody knows that newlyweds William and Kate are in town this weekend. But Kenny Kingston says he knows how that royal marriage will work out. The self-styled Psychic to the Stars who has hosted lucrative infomercials, TV shows and hotlines says he...
Since it opened in 1893, Bakersfield High School has been the pride of this city and its academic cornerstone, the place where the late Chief Justice Earl Warren graduated and students call themselves the Drillers in homage to the region's oil patch....
KTLA NewsLAKE ELSINORE, Calif. -- The mother of a student at a local elementary school is angry after learning her daughter was forced to eat food that was taken out of a trash can. The unidentified parent, tells KTLA that a school supervisor dug a sandwich out...
Twelve men have been charged with soliciting sex from undercover female officers in exchange for money along the U.S. 1 corridor in Laurel, Howard County police said Tuesday. Thursday's arrests marked the third county police sting operation this year....
Ira Michael Heyman, a champion of affirmative action who led UC Berkeley as its chancellor during the 1980s and later became the first non-scientist to lead the Smithsonian Institution, has died. He was 81. Heyman died at his Berkeley home Saturday after...
ORANGE — It was already noisy inside the Vans Skatepark on Wednesday night, but heads really turned when multiple skateboards smacking against the ground were heard. This was maybe a bit violent, but nothing negative. "It's like kudos," Newport...
Tags: Elections, Education, Politics, Middle Schools, Human Interest
L.A. NOWA campus supervisor forced an 8-year-old Lake Elsinore girl to eat her lunch out of a trash can, the girl's mother told the North County Times. The supervisor at Earl Warren Elementary School retrieved an uneaten sandwich, wrapped in plastic,......
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Aug 17, 2011 |Story| Herald Mail
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