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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • 'Surrender, Dorothy!' at Highways Performance Space

    'Surrender, Dorothy!' at Highways Performance Space
    Celebrating three decades of making dance in Los Angeles, postmodern master Rudy Perez, who recently turned 79, refuses to rest on his laurels. One of the co-founders of New York's experimental Judson Dance Theatre, a coterie of artists who would define...
  • Books: Faces to watch in 2010

    Books: Faces to watch in 2010
    REBECCA SKLOOT SCIENCE JOURNALIST When Rebecca Skloot was a high school student, she learned about HeLa cells, the first human cells to be successfully reproduced in a lab. They'd become the standard for medical research, classrooms, even in space --...
  • James Purdy dies at 94; writer best known for underground classics

    James Purdy, a shocking realist and surprising romantic writer who in underground classics including "Cabot Wright Begins" and "Eustace Chisholm and the Works" inspired censorious outrage and lasting admiration, has died. Harold Associates, his literary...
  • Michael Viner dies at 65; tabloid book publisher

    Michael Viner dies at 65; tabloid book publisher
    Michael Viner, a publisher who specialized in audio books and earned a reputation for quick hits with sensational stories, including O.J. Simpson trial figure Faye Resnick's book about Nicole Brown Simpson, died of cancer Saturday at his Beverly Hills...
  • Cleared for takeoff: Aviator's friends give him a final farewell

    Cleared for takeoff: Aviator's friends give him a final farewell
    They arrived for the memorial on a recent afternoon, filing in quietly under the steel trusses of a hangar, a motley crowd in suits, in flip-flops, in evening gowns, in pith helmets. Many were strangers to one another, their common thread a man named...
  • L.A. neighborhoods, you're on the map

    L.A. neighborhoods, you're on the map
    Nevermind where we're going. Question is: Where are we now? "We're in Woodland Hills," said Anthony Tholberg as he stood outside his home late last week and mulled over that question. Tholberg, 23, grew up in the mid-century modern house in the 19800...
  • New CDs: The Jonas Brothers, Inara George

    New CDs: The Jonas Brothers, Inara George
    Jonas Brothers "A Little Bit Longer" (Hollywood) * * 1/2 The third album from the alpha boy band of the moment is certainly of the moment. Jersey-born Jonas siblings Nick (15), Kevin (20), and Joe (18) hit all the right pop notes with such numbers as...
  • 'The Valley-Westside War' by Harry Turtledove

    'The Valley-Westside War' by Harry Turtledove
    LOS ANGELES, the playwright and performance artist Luis Alfaro once said, is "like a bunch of little border towns, and you have to cross over those borders. If you figure out the dynamics of each little border town, you can get along well." He's right...
  • Comden & Green (and now add Beane)

    Comden  &  Green (and now add Beane)
    WHEN I was a young writer and wore a pencil behind my ear without a hint of irony, I swore a great many things. One was that I would never adapt anything. My ideas would spring anew from my dramatic imagination and the world would rejoice -- though...
  • A modern dance legend celebrates his 80th year with free performances

     
    Birthday celebrations for postmodern choreographer Rudy Perez are starting early. Though he's not turning 80 until Nov. 24, the Rudy Perez Performance Ensemble is presenting his two latest works at All Saints Church in Pasadena on Friday and Saturday....
  • Literary magazine Opium gets appy

     
    Opium QuickFix Commercial #1: Damascus Gate from Opium Magazine on Vimeo. Calling Opium a literary magazine is true, but not entirely. It's the lit mag Dorothy Parker might read if she were alive, the "Saturday Night Live" in a field......
  • Getting lit, two ways: The Goodreads bar crawl [Updated]

     
    This Saturday, Aimee Bender, Joseph Mattson and Martin Pousson will read, kicking off a celebration of literature -- and getting lit. It's an L.A. literary bar crawl, organized by Goodreads, PEN Center USA and Book Soup. The whole thing is......