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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn a bold, swift move, the Lakers improved their franchise and impressed their franchise player, a two-step process that pushed them closer toward the front of the Western Conference line on a pivotal, perhaps memorable, Friday. Seven-foot forward-center...
Tribune staff reporterIF YOU GO GETTING THERE French Lick and West Baden are located in southern Indiana, about 60 miles northwest of Louisville, the nearest significant airport. By air: Louisville International airport is served by the major carriers or their short-hop...
Times Staff WritersEddie Murphy's on the verge of an awards season trifecta — his charismatic portrayal of a tragic R&B singer in "Dreamgirls" has already nabbed him a Screen Actors Guild award and a Golden Globe, and he's considered a front-runner for a best...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Eddie Murphy, Politics, Referenda, Movies
MONDAY William Whitecloud The author of "The Magician's Way" will discuss and sign his book. Bodhi Tree Bookstore, 8585 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood. 7:30 p.m. Free. (310) 659-1733. TUESDAY David Denby The film critic for the New Yorker will discuss his...
OrlandoSentinel.com StaffThe Magic Kingdom was the first Disney theme park opened in Orlando, Florida, and it's also the most famous. For more than 30 years, visitors have been flocking to the park to ride classic rides, see timeless shows and experience Disney magic in ways only...
Tags: Cruises, Space Mountain, Walt Disney, Transportation, Firearms
CRAIG POWELL isn't afraid of indulging his weakness for orchids. And with his recently opened botanical studio, Pollen, he's bent on spreading his compulsion. Housed in a former pharmacy in Eagle Rock, the store's on-site greenhouse is filled with hard-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEditor's note: Rachel Abramowitz will be periodically checking in on the trial of Anthony Pellicano -- former private eye to the stars, who faces 110 counts of racketeering, wiretapping, conspiracy and other federal charges -- and writing about what the...
Times Staff WriterPatrick "Kitten" Braden, the husky-voiced, heavy-lidded transvestite played by Cillian Murphy in Neil Jordan's "Breakfast on Pluto," wishes that everybody would stop being so serious. Which is pretty wishful as wishes go, considering Patrick/Kitten...
Tags: Neil Jordan, Liam Neeson, Sony Corp., Gavin Friday, Movies
At some point, there's a large and interesting essay to be written on why so much of the most interesting new English-language fiction comes to us from Indian and Irish writers. When it is, there ought to be a substantial section devoted to Patrick...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCHICAGO -- These aren't the Chicago Bulls that Kobe Bryant envisioned. More and more, it appears these aren't the Lakers he envisioned, either. The Lakers took another step toward the Western Conference elite and the Bulls continued to linger near the...
Times Staff WriterThis town used to bill itself as "The City of Seven Wonders" — a reference to the Grand Canyon and other nearby Northern Arizona attractions. The catch? Not one of the wonders was actually in Flagstaff. Nowadays, the official slogan is more local...
Oliver Martin "Ollie" Johnston Jr., the last living member of the celebrated "Nine Old Men" of Disney animation whose work set the standard by which all character animation is judged and a recipient of the National Medal of Arts, has died. He was 95....
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