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Tribune staff reporterAs Tracy Swartz observes in an accompanying piece, young people draw a blank on the 1967 crystallization of hippie culture known as the Summer of Love. But even veterans of the counterculture might not easily flash back to these 40 -year-old facts: 1....
Keith Gonzales is the editor of the Players Directory -- the industry's oldest and best-known casting guide. The real estate agent with whom he just listed his Windsor Square home rescues dogs -- "re-homes" them, if you will. (You can see where this is...
Tags: Entertainment, Los Angeles, Real Estate Agents, Homes, Movies
HOLLYWOOD -- Private funeral arrangements were pending today for the man known simply as "Mr. Blackwell," who compiled lists of "worst dressed" celebrities for nearly 50 years. Publicist Harlan Boll says Blackwell died Sunday of complications from an...
Dr. McDreamy has listed his Bel-Air home at $3,595,000. Actor Patrick Dempsey, who plays heartthrob Dr. Derek Shepherd on the popular medical drama " Grey's Anatomy," hopes to sell a New England traditional with four bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in 3,841...
Democracy's Prisoner Eugene V. Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent Ernest Freeberg Harvard University Press: 380 pp., $29.95 It all sounds so familiar: a foreign war, an unpopular president, high-minded vows to spread democracy abroad and...
There has been much hand-wringing and some angst of late over the upsurge of big residential projects downtown and in other parts of Los Angeles. The new apartment and condo towers, as well as mixed-use projects, are anxiously portrayed as the "first...
Tags: St. George, New York, Homes, Apartments, Sunset Boulevard
Special to the Chicago TribuneWhether it's the crusty elder statesmen on TNT's "The Closer" or the cranky police captain in the "Police Academy" franchise, G.W. Bailey has played countless variations on the sourpuss. And so the obvious question: Is he as crusty as the men he portrays?...
Special to The TimesApril 17, 2008 For the last several years, Richard Schickel has been a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times Book Review, writing primarily about books on film. His new book, "Film on Paper: The Inner Life of Movies," is a collection of many of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBelle Martell's moment as queen of the boxing ring was almost as short as a knockout countdown, but she did it gracefully. The first woman licensed in California to referee boxing matches, Martell learned the sport in the 1930s by watching her husband...
Times Staff WriterFOR America's big-league sports, L.A. was a distant outpost for the first half of the 20th century, impressive for an off-season vacation, impractical as a home base. Before jet travel, any team moving to the West Coast would have presented a scheduling...
ANGELENOS and our sports — we're a match made on the 50-yard-line, at home plate, at center court. We're alike, fans and franchises both. Immigrants and transients, almost all of us, come from somewhere else, looking for something better....
They say that timing is everything in comedy. What "Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America" (Twelve: 384 pp., $45) makes clear is what a time and place 20th century America was for the art. In this chock-full-of-photos volume, authors Laurence...
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