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Turn It UpOn the way to making Death Cab for Cutie’s forthcoming album, “Codes and Keys” (Atlantic), singer Ben Gibbard quit drinking, got married and ended up relocating to Los Angeles, a city he once despised. The dramatic changes were...
Jacket CopyChoice summer reads selected by the book editors at the L.A. Times...
The Daily MirrorDec. 10, 1960: Matt Weinstock has the story of English instructor James Durbin, who read poems to USC’s English Club without disclosing the poets' names. The works were written by Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso, Ezra Pound, e.e. cummings and a......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelGarrett Hedlund and I bonded over his rural northwest Minnesota roots. I used to live on the border, there, and got lost driving a friend to where he grew up (Roseau and Strandquist) the first winter I lived in North Dakota. No road signs, dark, snowing,...
Jacket CopyGoogle's massive Ngram word database is a timesuck for the logocentric....
The Theater Loop"The Beats" at 16th Street Theater in Berwyn ($18 tickets through Feb. 5 at 708-795-6704 or www.16thstreettheater.org) effectively brings back an era of the Holy Hipster, the Dharma Bum, Jazz Cats and Beat Chicks, says Kerry Reid. Artistic director Ann......
The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: In 1631, the British, to prevent occupation of the area by Dutch settlers, granted a deed to several Englishmen, including Viscount Saye and Lord Brooke. Their combined names were given to the locality in 1636, the oldest English town...
Associated PressImagine it's the day after the election, and California awakes to a brave new state where marijuana is the same as alcohol, at least legally. Does that mean anyone over 21 can head to the nearest medical marijuana club and buy pot for personal pleasure?...
Tribune reporterI recently saw the film "Howl," which is about Allen Ginsberg's poem of the same name, and I was once again blown away by my lack of knowledge on famous authors whom I really thought I knew - in this case it was Ginsberg. The movie has four separate, yet...
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Los Angeles TimesShortly before Daniel Hernandez moved from L.A. to Mexico to write a book about its roiling capital, a friend gave him an order. "I don't want to see you back from Mexico City until it's physically altered you, until you are different," Hernandez was...
"Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century" By Sam Kashner and Nancy SchoenbergerSpecial to the Tribune"Furious Love: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and the Marriage of the Century" By Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger HarperCollins, 512 pp., $27.99 Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Richard Burton apparently rented three suites when they checked into...
LARRY TOTAH L.A. architect and designer Larry Totah, 55, a Los Angeles architect and designer who created the look of retail boutiques, restaurants, furniture and home furnishings, died Sept. 3 at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. He had...
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