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  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: At Willie Jane, a local phenom refined

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: At Willie Jane, a local phenom refined
    If you follow the restaurant scene in Los Angeles, you have known about Govind Armstrong for years, possibly since he was a teenage cooking prodigy whose mom drove him to stints on the line at the original Spago the way that other moms drive their kids to...
  • Jonas Brothers cancel tour scheduled to start Friday in Philly area; breakup rumors fly

     
    The Jonas Brothers, who are at a crossroads in their career as they prepared to start a tour at Tower Theatre in Upper Darby on Friday, apparently are at more of an intersection than anyone realized. The brothers just canceled......
  • Frank Bank dies at 71; played 'Lumpy' on 'Leave It to Beaver'

    Frank Bank dies at 71; played 'Lumpy' on 'Leave It to Beaver'
    Frank Bank, who as Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford served as the dim-witted foil to "Beaver" Cleaver and brother Wally on the classic TV comedy "Leave It to Beaver," died Saturday. He was 71. A spokesman for Hillside Memorial Park in Los Angeles confirmed...
  • Longtime political commentator Jack Germond dies at 85

    Longtime political commentator Jack Germond dies at 85
    Jack W. Germond, the portly, cantankerous columnist and pundit who covered 10 presidential elections and sparred with colleagues on TV's "The McLaughlin Group," has died. He was 85. Germond died Wednesday morning at his home in Charles Town, W.Va. of...
  • Jerome Horwitz dies at 93; developed potent anti-AIDS drug AZT

    Jerome Horwitz dies at 93; developed potent anti-AIDS drug AZT
    Jerome Horwitz, a medical researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit, had spent more than a decade developing a drug he hoped would work against cancer. But the compound failed to help the lab mice he tested it on, so in 1970 he "dumped it on the...
  • Kate Middleton, Prince William kick off coastal race; George naps

    Kate Middleton, Prince William kick off coastal race; George naps
    Duchess Catherine, the former Kate Middleton, joined husband Prince William on Friday for their first joint appearance since debuting the royal baby, Prince George. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Ring of Fire race in Anglesey, Wales,...
  • Swimsuit embarrassment

    Swimsuit embarrassment
    Parent advice From our panel of staff contributors Long-sleeve swim T-shirts are in style and in stores. Similarly, wet suit-style pants to the knee are too. Even the stars wear them. Check out People Magazine. That should solve the problem if her...
  • Devise your poolside cover-up strategy

    Devise your poolside cover-up strategy
    Dear Answer Angel: I've decided that due to the onset of middle-aged spread and its evil twin, cellulite, I'd probably be doing myself and everyone else a favor if I didn't walk around our community pool in just my swimsuit. So I thought I'd try one of...
  • Dobby Gibson

     Dobby Gibson
    What do you think of when you think of Chicago? I think of that great, golden era in my 20s when I lived in Andersonville, on the North Side, in a dark garden apartment full of spiders that flooded whenever it rained. I had just published my first poem,...
  • 'Words' can't express on the slowest movie weekend since 2001

    'Words' can't express on the slowest movie weekend since 2001
    Not even the Sexiest Man Alive could lure moviegoers to the box office this weekend. On the the slowest weekend at the multiplex thus far this year, "The Words," a new film starring Bradley Cooper -- deemed by People magazine to be the most attractive...
  • Steve Schapiro, a fly on the wall — with a camera

    Steve Schapiro, a fly on the wall — with a camera
    Steve Schapiro wants to photograph President Barack Obama, and there is little doubt that he will one day do so. In his lengthy and star-studded career, he has photographed so many famous and influential people that one can almost believe he has Zelig-...
  • Counting down to Lit Fest

    Counting down to Lit Fest
    (This selection is edited for clarity and length.) Tom Acitelli What do you think of when you think of Chicago? Oddly enough, the 1860 Republican convention that nominated Abraham Lincoln. Who is an author you'd like to meet, dead or alive?...