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Ray Bradbury

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  • 'Fifty Shades' directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson: Will it be good?

    When it comes to "Fifty Shades of Grey," people in publishing tend to be of two minds: On the one hand, E.J. James' book is horribly written; on the other, it sold like crack-laced hotcakes. So it would make sense if there were some ambivalence this...
  • World Book Night 2013, featuring James Patterson and Ann Patchett

    World Book Night 2013, featuring James Patterson and Ann Patchett
    World Book Night is coming to the U.S. in 2013 with the imprimatur of James Patterson and Ann Patchett. The bestselling authors are serving as honorary chairs for the single-day book giveaway in which half a million books will be distributed for free....
  • Downtown L.A. intersection may be named 'Ray Bradbury Square'

     
    The Los Angeles City Council is considering renaming the intersection at Fifth Street and Flower Street “Ray Bradbury Square” as a tribute to the late science fiction writer who called Los Angeles and its libraries home....
  • ‘Doctor Who’: Neil Gaiman’s 2013 episode will feature Cybermen

     
    The Doctor will once again face off against some of his oldest enemies. The Cybermen are returning to “Doctor Who” ......
  • TCM remembers Andy Griffith, Larry Hagman, Ernest Borgnine

     
    TCM has released its classy “TCM Remembers” video that honors people who've died in the closing year. The tribute features writers (Ray Bradbury, Gore Vidal), singers (Andy Williams, Davy Jones, Whitney Houston), a comedian (Phyllis Diller), a...
  • Downtown L.A. square to be named for Ray Bradbury

     
    Los Angeles City Council members are scheduled Thursday to dedicate a square outside the Central Library to Ray Bradbury, the late science fiction writer who spent much of his life in Southern California. Ray Bradbury Square is scheduled to be......
  • NASA orbiter spies Curiosity exploring Mars

    NASA orbiter spies Curiosity exploring Mars
    A NASA Mars orbiter is keeping tabs on the Curiosity rover. In June, a camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a photo of the Red Planet from above. If you look closely, the 1-ton rover appears as a tiny dot in the lower right corner of the...
  • ‘Delilah Dirk & the Turkish Lieutenant’: Tony Cliff inks an adventure

     
    Tony Cliff's swashbuckling heroine Delilah Dirk finally has a graphic novel of her own. “Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant,” […]...
  • Richard Matheson dies: A look back at his big-screen legacy

     
    Science-fiction writer Richard Matheson died on Sunday at age 87, leaving a legacy of some of the best genre storytelling […]...
  • Fantagraphics’ ’50 Girls 50′ pays tribute to EC Comics sci-fi legacy

     
    REVIEW Golden-age publisher EC Comics’ rise and fall was tied to its horror titles “Tales From the Crypt” and “The ......
  • La Cañada History: La Cañada Presbyterian Church celebrates 25 years

    La Cañada History: La Cañada Presbyterian Church celebrates 25 years
    Ten Years Ago Destructive winds battered La Cañada for a 36-hour period in early January 2003, uprooting trees and downing power lines. Two homes, one on Lombardy Drive and the other on Angeles Crest Highway, sustained heavy damages when large trees...
  • Smith: Selling the idea of opportunity

    My first real job out of college was at a wholesale hardware company. I started out as the sales manager, though at 25 I knew nothing about sales or managing. The scuttlebutt around the office was that the owner hired me because he thought I was a...