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John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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  • J.G. Ballard had a secret archive after all

     
    When asked, author J.G. Ballard told interviewers that he had no papers to be donated. "There are no Ballard archives," he said plainly in 1982. "I never keep letters, reviews, research materials. Every page is a fresh start." Now we......
  • 'Bones' takes aim at the Kennedy assassination

     
    In yet another "X-Files"-worthy episode, "Bones" tackled the Kennedy assassination this week...with a creative twist....
  • Nate Silver predicts an Oscar upset!

    If all you do is read the trades, you probably have no idea who Nate Silver is. But if you're a baseball fan or a political junkie, you know that Silver is the most brilliant statistical guru of our time. The baby-faced statistician came to fame as the...
  • Stan Chambers

    KTLA's Stan Chambers is unique among television newsmen; he's been with the same station for 60 years. And in a major market like Los Angeles, where news personalities come and go almost as quickly as one switches channels, such longevity is no small...
  • The Guide: Words & Ideas

    The Guide: Words  &   Ideas
    Words & Ideas TODAY Greg Hise Aloud at Central Library presents "Ground Truth: How We Talk About Los Angeles and Why This Matters," a conversation between the urban historian and D.J. Waldie, author of "Holy Land." www.aloudla.org. Richard J. Riordan...
  • Review: 'Milk'

    Review: 'Milk'
    It was partly an accident of history that made Harvey Milk the first openly gay man elected to major public office in this country, so it's fitting that yet another accident of history has made "Milk," the earnest biopic about the man, more involving than...
  • On Theater: The '60s, '70s live on

    If you entered this world between 1946 and 1964, then you're a "Boomer." The accompanying term "Baby" has long since been discontinued. Vanguard University's American Coast Theater Company celebrated this significant generation last summer with the...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, September 2007

    Milt talks with John Ferling, author of the book Almost a Miracle: The American Victory in the War for Independence. Ferling is a Professor Emeritus at the University of West Georgia and author of several books on the American Revolution. (9/27/07)...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, November 2005

    Extension 720 hosts a very important discussion on the necessity of building relationships between Jews and Muslims. The featured guest is Dr. Akbar Ahmed, professor of Islamic Studies and International Relations at American University and former High...
  • For U.S., a horrible awakening

    For U.S., a horrible awakening
    Fear gripped the heart and shattered the nerves of America on Tuesday as an anxious nation reacted with disbelief and horror to the carnage from terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The destruction of both towers of the World Trade Center, a key...
  • Rose Kennedy, 104, Dies; Matriarch of a Dynasty

    Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, whose 10 decades of life encompassed extraordinary triumphs and epic tragedies, died Sunday at the age of 104. Mrs. Kennedy died from complications of pneumonia at 5:30 p.m. at the family compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., said...
  • From the archives: The Inauguration of George Bush

    WASHINGTON -- Slouched in the back of a limousine sweeping down Pennsylvania Avenue, the same boulevard which today will treat him to a triumphant inaugural journey as vice president, Dan Quayle was feeling an ever-so-sweet vindication. "I mean when we...