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Miriam Wosk, a commercial illustrator who designed the first cover of Ms. magazine and then transformed herself into a fine artist who created surreal, vibrant, mixed-media pieces, has died. She was 63. Wosk, who was diagnosed with cancer five years ago,...
Staff reporterThe whale that a cruise ship collided with and brought into port in Vancouver, B.C. appears to be a fin whale, a threatened species in Canada. It wasn't until the ship docked Saturday that the captain and crew noticed the whale lodged in the bow of the...
Web ReporterA new genetic study could result in restrictions on where the Makah tribe can hunt for gray whales, prompting a review of the results by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which is now conducting its own new gray whale research. The...
Tags: Washington (U.S. state), Nature, Hunting, Seattle, Science
Staff reporterA millionaire reality TV star accused of murdering a former swimsuit model was found dead Sunday in British Columbia. Police had been searching around Vancouver for Ryan Alexander Jenkins. He was found in a hotel room in Columbia. Canadian Police say...
Richie Hayward, the drummer and a founding member of Little Feat, a celebrated rock band that arrived on the music scene in Los Angeles with its distinctively eclectic sound in the early 1970s, has died. He was 64. -------------------- For the record:...
Readers' Representative JournalTimes Sports columnist Bill Plaschke is in Vancouver, covering the Winter Games. In his Monday column, after the big U.S. hockey win over Canada, he declared that the U.S. owns the Canadians' sport. He'll be chatting with readers at 11......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogIn a ham-handed attempt to exert its power, the International Skating Union has threatened Olympic bronze medalist Joannie Rochette of Canada with loss of eligibility if she skates an exhibition tribute to her mother during a made-for-TV competition...
Readers' Representative JournalTimes Sports columnist Bill Plaschke is in Vancouver, covering the Winter Olympics. Opening ceremonies after a luger's tragic death? Plaschke was there. U.S. hockey win over Canada? Plaschke was there. First North American gold medal in ice dancing. Yes,...
The world saw a video last week of Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers using a Taser against a Polish man in the Vancouver International Airport in October. The man, Robert Dziekanski, died soon after the attack. In recent days, more details have...
Tags: Canada, France, 2016 Olympic Games, England, Death
Born on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Iíve lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles, but I remain a big Canadian flag waver. Victoria may be the greatest city in which to grow up, but L.A. may well be the greatest city to live out your dreams....
DAVID DRUCKER is an information architect in Vancouver, Canada.MY WIFE AND I AWOKE, as usual, to NPR. Before political correspondent Mara Liasson got to the end of her first sentence, I knew the news was disastrous. George W. Bush had been reelected. "Honey," I said, "remember when we talked about moving to Canada?"...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCALIFORNIA San Diego Mardi Gras It's telling that no still or video cameras are allowed at the San Diego Fat Tuesday frenzy. The crowd gets wild with live music on 10 stages, go-go dancing and street performers, beads and boas, plus two Incredible...
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