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Ronald Jackson's bedroom holds the signs of a young, earnest life cut short too soon in Baltimore. An unboxed computer sits at the foot of his bed -- part of a school project. A news article about a slain middle-school classmate is taped on one wall; a...
2004 Jan. 15: Dixon uses a $2,000 gift certificate for a furrier, purchased by an employee of "Developer A," to buy a Persian lamb coat and burnt umber mink coat. Jan. 23: Developer A, while at the Ritz Carlton in Avon, Colo., uses his American...
For the second time in a little more than a month, reports of a music-related initiative by Apple Computer Inc. have touched off a flurry of speculation. But last week's article in the Los Angeles Times, which reported that Apple has been in talks for...
Perhaps the greatest fear of the Macintosh enthusiast is that someday, the predictions of Apple Computer Inc.'s detractors will come true. It seems there's always an expert explaining why Apple can't last against the Microsoft Corp.-Intel Corp....
Recently I stumbled upon a rock group called The Donnas, a foursome that combines the power of mid-1980s metal bands with the party-hearty punk sound of the Ramones. Intrigued after hearing a couple of tunes from their most recent album, "Spend the...
Tribune movie reporterThe romance of the Sundance Film Festival is simple: It's the place where long-harbored dreams are first exposed to public view and, if favorably received, are launched into the world. Gordy Hoffman had been driving a cab in Chicago for 3 1/2 years...
Times Staff Writer"In the Bedroom," a wrenching family drama, has emerged in recent weeks from the clutter of year-end movies to become a strong contender in Hollywood's annual race for the Academy Awards. Its distributor, Miramax Films, has trumpeted the film in...
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Tribune movie reporterDoom-and-gloom expectations have long been staples of the independent film world, but factoring in today's troublesome economy and the general post-Sept. 11 weariness, it would be logical to assume that now might be a particularly bad time for the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLooking like an unmade bed, "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" director Peter Jackson ambles barefoot into a small dining room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills for an intimate luncheon with a dozen or so local journalists. It'...
Times Staff WritersIn the beginning, there was Snow White. Walt Disney's lovely songbird made history in 1937, debuting in Hollywood's first movie-length cartoon. It was an instant creative and financial sensation. Today, 65 years later, her legacy will take center...
Sun Pop Music CriticYou couldn't escape him, and there was no need to. The music was so infectious, the performance style so smooth and technically sharp. When Michael Jackson debuted the moonwalk on that Motown special 20 years ago, he cemented his legend. James Brown was a...
Tags: Sexual Assault, Children, R. Kelly, Teen-agers, Trials
Times Staff WriterThe economy roared last quarter, and so did Falcon Plastics Inc. A family owned firm in the eastern South Dakota city of Brookings, Falcon posted record sales in September. Yet there's no impulse to celebrate, no rush to hire. The bad times are still too...
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