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This story was originally published February 10, 2013. The Virginia Tech shooter, Seung-Hui Cho, was diagnosed with severe social anxiety disorder as a teenager. In Aurora, Colo., the defense attorney for the accused shooter James Eagen Holmes,...
Orlando Sentinel ColumnistIt’s rare that a Hollywood celebrity speaks truth in the face of superficial glitz. Ben Affleck did that Sunday night when he thanked his wife and fellow celebrity Jennifer Garner during the Oscars. “...I want to thank you for working on...
The U.S. Postal Service's announcement that it plans to stop delivering most mail on Saturdays is likely to have an effect on the business world. The Postal Service said it made the announcement Wednesday -- about six months in advance of implementing a...
Boy, the National Rifle Assn. sure is thorough. And thin-skinned. Richard Nixon’s renowned enemies list had 823 names of people and organizations, but as president, Nixon had scores of issues to grapple with and an entire world to be mad about...
Mother's Day should be simple. Dad helps kids make homemade cards and serve mom breakfast in bed. Or everybody takes her to brunch and calls it a day. Hold on, you say, that doesn't sound anything like your family's celebration. Your family has...
Tags: Mother's Day, Family, Gaming, Entertainment, Skype
It really wasn't Pandora's fault. Prometheus, her brother-in-law, angered Zeus who, for some arcane reasons (it's all Greek to me), gave Pandora the box of sins, telling her never to open it. Certain that, just like a woman, she would not listen to...
GREG BEATO writes a column about pop culture for Las Vegas Weekly.THE DAY AFTER the midterm elections, the stage seemed set for the bloodiest war on Christmas yet. Democrats were taking over Congress, and Rep. Nancy Pelosi, a favorite "secularist progressive" scapegoat of conservative pundits, soon would be sworn in...
Times Staff WriterThese are supposed to be the golden years, when the days poke along at a leisurely pace and the toughest task involves putting bait on a fishing hook. So why, at age 64, is Elden Sandy working so hard? It's partly because he has worked hard all his life...
Tags: Thousand Oaks, Family, Religious Texts, Bible, House Building
Debbie Friedman, a self-taught Jewish folk singer and composer who transformed synagogue music and worship by infusing traditional prayers with a contemporary sensibility, died Sunday at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. She was 59. The cause was...
Tags: New Jersey, Folk (genre), Minnesota, Carly Simon, Tucson
When Sally Pofcher took the CEO job at Paper Source four years ago, she found too much of a good thing. The Chicago-based independent stationery and crafting store reflected the quirky tastes of its founder Sue Lindstrom, an artist obsessed with paper...
A more than decade-old tradition that began at Jim and Jimmie's bar will be held Ace's Lounge on Jan. 30. This is the third year the Ground Hog Day celebration will be held at Ace's, located in Cambria City, which was originally started to celebrate an...
Tags: Pennsylvania, Spaghetti
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSanta Rosa, Calif. Maybe you came here, to the edge of wine country, for some grown-up fun amid the Cabernets and Chardonnays of Napa Valley. But for dessert, you get the house that Charlie Brown built. Or rather, the museum Charles M. Schulz built. And...
Tags: Gang Activity, World War II (1939-1945), Family, Death, Cartoons
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