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Zac Brown Band is back at the top of the charts with another hit single, “Knee Deep” featuring Jimmy Buffett. While the song is inching closer to #1 on the charts, Zac is taking the opportunity to get closer to his fans at his shows, thanks to...
Scott MaxwellI love bookstores. It's not unusual to find the whole Maxwell clan holed up in the Winter Park Borders, sipping coffee or hot chocolate while leafing through magazines and picking out books for the kids. You know who else loves bookstores? The people...
Fast friends? President Barack Obama reportedly will meet with business and technology leaders Thursday in San Francisco. Among those expected to be in attendance: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 26, whose company Obama praised during his State...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Illinois, West Virginia, Kentucky
DEADWOOD, S.D. — Once the stomping ground of grizzled gold miners, gun-slinging gamblers and men fueled by six-chambered justice, this place is now home to a wholly different breed. On a recent Friday night, the downtown crawled with, of all...
During the Persian Gulf war in 1991, Michael Strobl was a lieutenant in a Marine artillery unit in the thick of the action. By the time the Marines led the U.S. assault into Iraq in 2003, Strobl had been promoted to lieutenant colonel and had a desk...
Times Staff WriterThe question is put to Robert Redford: Are the movies being screened at the Sundance Film Festival becoming too commercial? It is a complaint heard often around this snow-dusted resort town that annually plays host to America's largest celebration of...
Fourth of five partsAround every bend of the dirt road, Tom Warren recites another name, another date. The Sheep, the Amazon, the Winters, the Suzie. The list goes on and on. It is a chronicle of loss, of wildfires ravaging one of America's mythic landscapes, the sweeping,...
Channel 2 NewsThe Endangered Species Act is a program that aims to protect, but some say it can cause more harm than good. A small herd of Wood Bison are waiting to be reintroduced into the wild at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation. Wood Bison have been extinct in...
Special to The TimesThe angler in this photograph has no smile and no first name known to us. He's remembered only as Ishikawa, Fisherman — a sweet and haunting mystery from a dark chapter in U.S. history. Toyo Miyatake made this portrait during World War II at the...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Photography, Los Angeles, Rivers, Politics
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA grim chorus of howls shattered the predawn stillness. As darkness gave way to dim light, a wolf emerged in a clearing. He was charcoal gray, with a splash of black fur marking his snout and eyes. He sat up tall, his head thrown back in a long, desolate...
Enrique Villa can walk from his condominium on Water Street to his job at St. Paul and Baltimore streets in about five minutes. In Maryland, that's rare. Villa and his wife, Kathryn, a physician whose commute by subway to Johns Hopkins Hospital is nearly...
Sun StaffThe most violent tornado ever to hit Maryland was the deadly climax of a severe storm system that formed late last week in the high plains and ignited a daylong barrage of extreme weather Sunday across the Eastern United States. The historic F5 tornado...
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