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Detroit - AP Bill Ford Jr. has seen enough of the way team president Matt Millen is running his father's Detroit Lions. The Ford Motor Co. executive chairman spoke to reporters Monday after a Detroit Economic Club meeting. The vice chairman of the...
Sentinel movie criticIn 2005, this little French nature documentary came along and changed the box-office rules. March of the Penguins earned $77 million in U.S. theaters. And Disney, which distributed the film in some countries, including France, took notice. The studio that...
Tags: Roger Moore, Cat (animal), Family, Elephant (animal), BBC
Times Staff WriterJohn Le Carré has been a writer of literate thrillers almost as long as Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles has been alive. He is a master novelist of the traditional school, while Meirelles, witness his Oscar-nominated "City of God," has a jumpy, edgy,...
Tags: Fiction, Crimes, Diplomacy, Death, Companies and Corporations
South Florida Sun-SentinelOCTOBER To Oct. 12 -- Jack King. Mixed media sculptures. Portraits of the Golden Age of Jazz. Photographs by William P. Gottlieb. Eissey. To Oct. 14 -- Alterego. Artwork by the most recent crop of Artists-in-Residence: Trisha Brookbank, Monica Hernandez,...
Tags: Painting, Arts, African Americans, Gordon Parks, Everglades
Zap2It.comAlthough she's in her 70s and has done dozens of movies and TV projects, actress Tippi Hedren is hardly lounging on the porch, sipping tea, like some would advise a woman her age to do. "I'm not real good at listening to advice," Hedren says. "I think...
Tags: Peter Coyote, Death, Kiefer Sutherland, Joel Gretsch, Television
Times Staff WriterMany readers have been asking us: Where is Times Travel Writer Susan Spano? Susan is in Beijing, where she is learning Mandarin, and she will be returning to the Travel section this summer. For those of us who miss her and her writing, here are a few...
Tags: Italy, South Africa, Diplomacy, Trips and Vacations, Nepal
Tribune staff reporterIt has a skyline possibly suited for a really big metropolis (squint hard). The statehouse--all domed, gilded and filigreed--would do a small European country proud. Lofts, condos and townhouses sprout throughout the downtown like cornstalks after a...
Times Staff WriterUrban sprawl is an L.A. concept. We should've trademarked it. Supersized housing? Ditto. Forget the scant skylines of downtown, Century City and the few pockets of verticality scattered about, the architecture of Los Angeles lies low and long. An...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAdministrator2: Hello and welcome to the Politics Chat! Administrator2: Welcome chatters, and welcome Andrew and Don! Don Frederick: hello Andrew Malcolm: Hi, everybody. Welcome to Top of the Ticket's chat. New Hampshire is over and that state's p[...
Tribune staff reporterAll quality big-city zoos have lots of animals, paved pathways, strollers for rent, hot dogs to buy and stuffed critters to bring home. Many have little trains that, for a little extra, haul people around the grounds. Many have artists who will paint...
Stand behind the curtain of bamboo just outside the paddock of the last, lone elephant at the Los Angeles Zoo and you'll hear the daylong drumbeat of running feet. Boys and girls yell "elefante!" and cry out "grandotote," which is Spanish for "huge."...
Tags: California, Death, Elections, Family, Real Estate Agents
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