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Tribune staff reporterSome of you are not going to read this story. I can hear it: Door County in winter? You nuts? And off you'll go to the Home&Garden section . . .Which I understand. Right about now, many of you are wishing you were someplace with palm trees--or...
Travel editorThe Kerouac House sits in the College Park neighborhood northwest of downtown. It was not really his house, since he and his mother rented only the back porch apartment. For all his talk of saintliness, you have to believe he possessed a bit of it to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTony Randall, the deft comedic actor best known for playing fastidious Felix Unger on the 1970s sitcom "The Odd Couple" during his more than six-decade career on stage, screen and television, has died. He was 84. Randall died in his sleep Monday at NYU...
Los Angeles TimesJohnny Carson, who in three decades as host of "The Tonight Show" became one of America's most influential entertainers as well as one of television's most powerful figures, died Sunday. He was 79. His nephew, Jeff Sotzing, a former producer of "The...
Sun StaffPHILADELPHIA - The biggest scandal in horse racing history, an alleged $3 million bet-rigging scam, appears rooted in friendships formed in a stately colonial revival mansion here on a campus that brags it is the nation's most wired. Three men accused of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAudrey Meadows, revered as the feisty Alice Kramden opposite Jackie Gleason's garrulous bus driver Ralph in television's comedy classic " The Honeymooners," has died. Meadows died of lung cancer at 8:50 p.m. Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,...
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