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A couple of years ago I got a call from the deputy editor at Gentleman’s Quarterly, the Manhattan-based monthly magazine focusing on style, culture and other manly matters. His name is Michael Hainey, and he wanted to know what I knew about...
Jim Sweeney Coach transformed Fresno State football Jim Sweeney, 83, who called Fresno State "a sleeping giant" when he arrived as its football coach in 1976 and then awakened the university — and the region — with 19 years of...
Ronald Dworkin Constitutional law expert and liberal scholar Ronald Dworkin, 81, an American philosopher, constitutional law expert and liberal scholar who argued that the law should be founded on moral integrity, died Thursday of leukemia in London,...
Dyer Brainerd Holmes NASA manned space flight director Dyer Brainerd Holmes, 91, director of manned space flight for NASA when Americans were making their early forays into space in the early 1960s, died Friday at a hospital in Memphis, Tenn., of...
Say you had a family secret. A juicy one. The kind that speaks volumes about families. And you wrote a book about it. But your family hates the book. Or, at the very least, potentially feels embarrassment from it. Would you still release that book?...
James DePreist, the conductor and educator who had been artistic advisor for Pasadena Symphony and Pops since 2010, died on Friday at 76. DePreist died at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., of complications from a heart attack he suffered last spring. In...
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Among the 1,100 Jews saved from the Nazis by German industrialist Oskar Schindler was an emaciated 13-year-old boy named Leon Leyson, who had to stand on a box to reach the machinery in the Krakow factory where Schindler sheltered him and his family....
*1/2 (out of four) A midnight movie that makes you wish you went to bed early, “John Dies at the End” falls into the no-man’s-land of movies you may need to be high to enjoy, but can barely follow when sober. Throughout “John,&...
As a transplanted New Yorker living in Maryland, I was offended by your one-sided obituary of former Mayor Ed Koch ("Ed Koch, New York's colorful longtime former mayor, dies," Feb. 1. You say he was a "shtick-artist" who appeared "relentlessly" in the...
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Huell Howser seemed an unlikely candidate to become a television star — a big, grinning ex-Marine with a molasses-smooth Tennessee drawl and an eye for stories that others would pass by, such as the Bunny Museum in Pasadena and the rendering of...
The Baltimore SunWe’re a week away from pitchers and catchers reporting to the Orioles’ spring training camp in Sarasota, Fla. Buck Showalter is already heading down, and the team is taking care of a few more pieces of business before starting to prepare for...
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