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What does it take to be a top-level 14-year-old spy in the United Kingdom? The futuristic gadgetry of a James Bond? The ingenuity of a Harry Potter? The traffic-stopping beauty of Thomas Mann's young Tadzio in "Death in Venice?" As played by former Gap...
Tags: Damian Lewis, Andy Serkis, Missi Pyle, Gaming, Stephen Fry
Times Staff WriterIn the summer of 1955, "Stravinsky scarcely moved from Wetherly Drive," writes Stephen Walsh in the newly published second volume of his biography of the composer. Stravinsky scarcely moved because his arthritis was acting up and because he had music to...
Times Staff WriterAs a celebrated Modern painting goes on temporary view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art today, the masterpiece becomes the latest work looted by the Nazis during World War II to have been returned to its rightful owner. Ninety-year-old Cheviot...
Tags: Otto Klemperer, Philosophy, Billy Wilder, Austria, Archaeology
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON — The ousted Republican-led Congress returns to the Capitol this week to try one last time to shorten a long legislative to-do list, while the just-elected members will vote for new leaders in races that could signal the direction the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Katharine Graham, the grande dame of modern American journalism who helped transform The Washington Post into one of the nation's top newspapers, died yesterday at a hospital in Boise, Idaho, after suffering a head injury in a fall Saturday....
Times Staff WriterYou walk slowly on the Path of the Gods high above Positano for fear of cutting a switchback short and falling over a cliff. Your imagination starts playing tricks, keeping you on the lookout for brigands and satyrs. You get used to going astray on trails...
Washington BureauAs members of Congress confront a host of legislative initiatives to halt terrorism, discussion of issues that divide them have, for now, moved largely behind closed doors. Rather than noisily air their disagreements in public, as was the order of the...
Times Staff WriterSusan Sontag, one of America's most influential intellectuals, internationally renowned for the passionate engagement and breadth of her critical intelligence and her ardent activism in the cause of human rights, died today of leukemia. She was 71. The...
NOTE: To see all images of the items below, please pick up the Sunday, December 7th edition of The Morning Call. AIRY BEADED BRACELETS When 34-year-old Nikki Amici's friends began asking her to make them bracelets like the ones she made for herself,...
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