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You can take Walter Mosley out of Los Angeles — in fact, Mosley did so himself, moving to New York decades ago — but you can't take L.A. out of Walter Mosley. The master of several genres keeps the city present, from his Easy Rawlins detective...
Ashley Williams' injured left groin kept her from competing in the Colonial League meet a couple of weeks ago. It nearly stopped the Wilson sophomore from finishing the 100-meter hurdles race at last week's District 11 Class 2A competition. But Williams...
**1/2 (out of four) Does an all-over-the-place character necessitate an all-over-the-place movie? I don’t think so, though “Lola Versus” almost succeeds in embracing life’s messiness even when the film possesses no more...
"Lone Wolf" by Jodi Picoult, Emily Bestler Books/Atria, 421 pages, $28. Luke Warren spent his life researching wolves by living among them. He and his wife, Georgie, have divorced and she has remarried. Their son, Edward, fled years earlier and lives...
When Tasha Alexander strolls the streets of Chicago, she doesn't much see Wrigley Field or the Chicago River or Logan Square. Or Honda Civics. She sees St. Paul's Cathedral and the River Thames and Belgrave Square and hansom cabs. Alexander's...
Tags: England, London (England), Firearms, Lee Child, Arts and Culture
Ideas are immortal, but the handy carrying cases in which they're toted around — i.e., books — are not. As proof, I offer my paperback edition of “Mrs. Dalloway” (1925) by Virginia Woolf. Published by Harcourt, Brace & World in...
Tags: Julia Keller, Book, Apple iPad
“The Ridge” by Michael Koryta, Little, Brown, 368 pages, $24.99. Wyatt French built a lighthouse on the Blade Ridge hilltop in Kentucky. There’s no body of water nearby. The local newspaper has just closed. Roy Darmus is cleaning out...
Change of SubjectNearly 60 years after she first stood in front of a classroom of students, my mother will retire from teaching on Tuesday. She began in 1954 with a freshman English section at Miami University in Ohio where she was a......
Channel Guide MagazineSpies of Warsaw concludes its two-part run April 10. By John Crook There’s something almost puppy-like about the way David Tennant bounds into this Beverly Hills restaurant with a face-splitting grin. He’s dressed chic-casual, slacks and sport...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesIn the shoot’em-up action thriller “Bullet to the Head,” which reaches theaters Friday, Sylvester Stallone portrays Jimmy “Bobo” Bonomo, a ......
Channel Guide MagazineMTV offered a peek at what the nominees, presenters and performers (like P!nk, pictured above) will be receiving in the nifty little gift bags they'll be getting at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, airing Sept. 6 at 8pm ET/PT. As a part of the celebrity...
World NowChinese state television hailed Mo Yan as "the first Chinese writer to win the Nobel Prize in literature" following the announcement Thursday of the 2012 award. The report conveniently ignored Gao Xingjian, the Chinese-born French national whose 2000...
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