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Re "," May 31 Here we go again trying to fight a war with morality. Give me a break; to win a war, you have to fight the war. Tragedies happen; innocent people get killed; young soldiers make decisions in the heat of battle in the hope that it will save...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA major source of health insurance for people who work for themselves is disappearing, casting thousands of contractors, freelancers and solo practitioners into the ranks of the uninsured with little hope of obtaining new coverage. Health plans offered...
Times Staff WriterLonelygirl15 appears to be an innocent, home-schooled 16-year-old, pouring her heart out for her video camera in the privacy of her bedroom. But since May, her brief posts on the video-sharing site YouTube and the social networking hub MySpace have...
Times Movie CriticTell everyone about "Tell No One." Not just because this is a top-notch thriller so twisty you may forget to breathe, but because for a long time it looked like you wouldn't be able to tell anyone at all. For even though "Tell No One" was a top performer...
There ARE a million doggeries in the City of Angels (and Dodgers). Here are some of the places where you'll find new-wave hot dogs. Boa Steakhouse, with its stylish decor of gnarled tree trunks and colorful cylindrical lamps, has a Kobe beef steak and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMoving farther from Melrose? Now that the writers strike has been settled, former "Melrose Place" star Grant Show has swung back into action. Show plays Tom Decker, an airplane pilot and lead character in the '70s-themed CBS series "Swingtown," about...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHE THIEF or thieves who recently walked away with an Encino couple's multimillion-dollar art collection, including a Marc Chagall and a Diego Rivera, shouldn't have had a prayer. In a universe where wealthy people pay millions to protect jewelry,...
Times Staff WriterThe late Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh (great-grandson of Vincent's brother Theo), was murdered by Islamic extremists in 2004 before he could realize his idea of remaking three of his films in a New York setting with American actors. A trio of American...
This fabulous, spacious and well-appointed lodge accommodates parties of up to 16 on 250 secluded, forested acres in the foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Parkway. It has a beautiful setting near the James River. Rockcliffe Farm Retreat & Lodge, 816...
Special to The TimesFIVE DECADES AGO a young architect made his pitch to Norman Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times: Build a suburban house that embodied forward-thinking design. Make it affordable for a middle-class family. Then document the process in the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterON A recent Sunday, a friend and I watched as our kids pulled a wooden wagon through a Ventura County field, pausing to gather black-eyed peas and sun-ripened heirloom tomatoes. They ran down rows of raspberry bushes, filling their hats with the ripe...
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