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Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticDesigning costumes so ingrained in popular culture that they still inspire Halloween disguises 30 years after they were created — Michael Jackson's "Thriller" jacket, Indiana Jones' signature outback slouch look and the unforgettable "College"...
Times Staff WriterThinking of getting a CD-ROM encyclopedia for your computer? Don't do it. Not if you already have an Internet connection. The two most popular encyclopedia CD-ROMs -- Encarta Encyclopedia Deluxe 2001, which sells for about $45, and the venerable...
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Okay, it’s absolutely none of my business, but when has that ever stopped anyone from blathering out their opinion on the Web? So here goes: Why the hell is the British Parliament changing Big Ben’s name? Yes, I know they are renaming it...
LA Times MagazineSurprising stats from the most famous awards show of them all...
The religious, through the years, have done much harm To the editor: The question posed by Judith Eardley, “Who did the harm, the religious or the irreligious?” is easy to answer. The Crusades were nothing more than Christian military...
Tribune NewspapersEDINBURGH, Scotland -- Standing in the rain atop Calton Hill, I could see the icy blue Firth of Forth estuary. When the wind tried to grab my coat, I spun around and found the tapestry of Edinburgh at my feet. The city is built up solidly now, all the...
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The bride was beautiful. The groom was a handsome prince. Two billion people around the world watched the wedding ceremony performed in April in Westminster Abbey. I was one of them. Even though my London flat is around the corner from the abbey, my...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelLeave it to a German to blitzkrieg the Immortal Bard and the Virgin Queen in one sitting. Roland “2012/Godzilla” Emmerich's “Anonymous” is a generally sober-minded legitimizing of a couple of the Elizabethan Era's most fervently...
Culture Monster"Anonymous," the new movie from disaster-flick auteur Roland Emmerich, revives the age-old Oxfordian theory of Shakespearean authorship arguing that Edward de Vere was in fact the man behind the Bard's masterpieces....
Culture MonsterDavid C. Nichols reviews Independent Shakespeare Company's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' in Griffith Park...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesKatherine Parr Complete Works and Correspondence Edited by Janel Mueller University of Chicago Press: 648 pp., $65 One of the difficulties of studying Tudor and medieval women is the silence they have left. Medieval people did not write nearly as much...
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