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This column would be so easy to write if only I worked for OC Weekly. At that rakish-and-proud-of-it publication, just about anything goes, and that includes swear words. But here I am stuck at an apparently family-friendly paper, which poses a...
A century ago on Jan. 9, Richard Nixon was born in a Southern California agricultural subdivision dubbed Yorba Linda, in a 900-square-foot mail-order house assembled by his father. The centennial of America's 37th president won't be met with much...
LONDON — Has anyone built a better "Mousetrap"? Britons just getting over celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee are now in the throes of another: the 60th anniversary of the world's longest-running play, "The Mousetrap" by Agatha...
On the day Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced he would be retiring after this season, my thoughts drifted back to a bitterly cold winter day in a cemetery in Akron, Ohio. That's where Richard Lollar was buried and where his bespectacled...
Tags: Michael Vick, Football, St. Louis Rams, Ray Lewis, Prosecution
I got a lot of feedback on my Sunday column/letter to the NRA, but in the spirit of the season I figured I'd wait until after the holidays to fire back. At the end of the column, I rhetorically asked, "Who -- besides a homicidal maniac -- really needs...
Sixty years ago, an extraordinary reign began in England, one that would provide the nation with a comforting measure of stability and continuity during some of the most tumultuous decades of the 20th century and right on into the far-from-placid 21st....
-------------------- Glittering Images A Journey Through Art From Egypt to Star Wars Camille Paglia Pantheon: 202 pp., $30 -------------------- In the 1990s Camille Paglia established herself as a cultural critic to be reckoned with. Her daring...
RapGenius.com Could Be the Future For Explaining Rap Lyrics -- And Just About Everything Else -- OnlineOver the last 10 years, websites that rely on crowdsourcing have become some of the most effective information-based products of the Internet revolution. But one unlikely site with roots in New Haven, RapGenius.com, may be altering the future of...
Tags: Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, YouTube, Artists, Media Industry
If you stepped into something unexpected today, here's hoping it was related to St. Nicholas Day and not a irresponsible pet owner. Millions of children (and some freaky adults) are finding candy and other assorted junk stuffed into their shoes this...
One of the great past Sundance success stories was "Primer," a mind-bending science-fiction time travel thriller made on a shoestring budget of $7,000 by former engineer Shane Carruth. The film took the top prize at Sundance in 2004 and was nominated...
Aaron Swartz was a wunderkind, a gifted boy who became a remarkable young man. He created a Wikipedia-like Web app and RSS software when he was a teenager. As a college student, he co-founded the website service Reddit. But like a figure in a fairy...
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