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Gustave H. Shubert, who expanded the Rand Corp.'s research mission from military studies to analyses of education policy, crime-fighting and other domestic issues, died Nov. 25 of natural causes at a Los Angeles nursing home. He was 79. Shubert was...
Tags: U.S. Air Force, Finance, Think Tanks, NATO, Economic Policy
I frequent Vegas three or four times a year. I will be going again and plan to drive but will do so early on a Monday morning, eliminating, I hope, most of the bad traffic that you detailed in "In a Jam? You Must Be on the Strip" [Aug. 12]. Once in town,...
Tags: Newport Beach, Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHe was a celebrated painter and political agitator who put revolution before art. She was a twentysomething poet, dazzled by her charismatic suitor, David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of the leading Mexican muralists who audaciously combined public art and...
No sooner can you get out the words "best houses in Southern California" than hands will go up asking what that means, reflecting the subjectivity for compiling such a list. Clearly, there's more than one way to measure the beauty, utility and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRICHARD Riordan is no gourmet. That's one of the first things he wants you to know. But he is a restaurateur, and a very successful one. In fact, though the 78-year-old Riordan is best known as the multimillionaire former mayor of Los Angeles, he also...
Tags: Malibu, California, Richard Riordan, Los Angeles, Hamburgers
Farmers markets Atwater Village, Sunday: 3250 Glendale Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Burbank, Saturday: Orange Grove Avenue and 3rd Street, behind City Hall, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Calabasas, Saturday: Calabasas (Old Town): 23504 Calabasas Road at...
OPENINGS: Pick of the Week: Adele It may be named after her grandmother, but there's nothing old or fussy about Amy John's Laguna Beach boutique. Clothes by Society for Rational Dress, A.P.C., Cacharel and Réyes hang near a vintage lawyer's cabinet and...
Brad Garrett is a few minutes late calling. He apologizes, then launches into a spiel. "I'm calling from prison," he says. "Let me get this wig off. I'm trying to run away from my career. It's not that hard." It's not that easy, either. Garrett is best...
Times Staff WriterAs the sun slipped behind the clouds, Isaac Castillo pulled his black-tinted shades over his eyes and stepped into a rainbow of caps and gowns. Chest puffed out and royal blue tassel swinging, he strutted past exuberant spectators holding teddy bears...
Times Staff WriterONE morning three months ago, Italian architect Renzo Piano met with a handful of LACMA trustees in one of the museum's conference rooms. After a few minutes of small talk, Piano motioned the group over to a large table and picked up a stack of cards...
Bill Rosendahl wants U.S. troops out of Iraq. No surprise there; in this overwhelmingly Democratic city, opposition to Bush administration policy of any kind is almost a given, and there's not much political risk to a Los Angeles city councilman in...
Tags: California, Apartments, Los Angeles, Employees, Lawyers
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWHEN a new ristorante opens in Pacific Palisades, it's big news for restaurant-starved locals. And when the chef is Antonio Mure, former partner chef of Piccolo in Venice and La Botte in Santa Monica, is it any wonder the place has been thronged from...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Anchovies, Beets, Dining and Drinking
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