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  • News of the Weird: Norway's Battle Against Chaos

    News of the Weird: Norway's Battle Against Chaos
    Norwegian public television (NRK), which introduced the now-legendary continuous, live log-burning show (12 hours long, with “color commentary” on the historical and cultural importance of fire), scheduled a new program for this week in its...
  • Two fixtures on the local high school football scene are changing directions

    Mark Berner and Rich Gierula were teammates on a very strong Whitehall team in 1981, a Zephyrs squad that shared the East Penn Conference title with Emmaus and Dieruff. It was part of a four-year period from 1980-83 when Whitehall won or shared the...
  • Al Gore is now vegan, just like Bill Clinton

    Al Gore is now vegan, just like Bill Clinton
    If you read a recent Forbes article on Hampton Creek Foods, makers of the purely plant-based egg mayonnaise sold at Whole Foods, you may have noticed a single sentence referencing former Vice President Al Gore. According to Forbes, Gore is "circling"...
  • California campground for the homeless is forced to shut down

    California campground for the homeless is forced to shut down
    PLACERVILLE, Calif. — At Hangtown Haven, Wednesdays were family night, and on movie night 30 to 40 residents watched DVDs on a mammoth outdoor TV. Residents nursed one another through drug and alcohol detoxification and helped heart and stroke...
  • Problem Solver: Oven disappears — and so does refund

    Problem Solver: Oven disappears — and so does refund
    When Joe Molinare bought the cooktop range and double oven from the Matteson Sears in April 2012, he had every intention of remodeling his kitchen within weeks. Then life got in the way. His father-in-law fell ill, requiring open heart surgery....
  • PASSINGS: Dr. George J. Magovern

     PASSINGS: Dr. George J. Magovern
    Dr. George J. Magovern Co-inventor of heart valve that saved lives Dr. George J. Magovern, 89, heart surgeon and co-inventor of an artificial valve that marked a key advance in open heart surgeries, died at home in Fox Chapel, Pa., a suburb of...
  • Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end

    Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end
    On his last day of work, they came for him in an ambulance, the old usher being carried out the same back exit of Dodger Stadium where he had once stood guard. For 55 years, Ira Hawkins had patrolled the Coliseum, then Chavez Ravine, for late hours...
  • Mimi Melnick dies at 77; author, ex-Times writer held jazz salons

    Mimi Melnick dies at 77; author, ex-Times writer held jazz salons
    Mimi Clar Melnick, an author and former Los Angeles Times writer who was the host of jazz salons in her Encino home for more than 17 years, has died. She was 77. Melnick died June 14, a few months after having open-heart surgery, her family announced...
  • Robert N. Bellah dies at 86; UC Berkeley sociologist

    Robert N. Bellah dies at 86; UC Berkeley sociologist
    Robert N. Bellah, a UC Berkeley sociologist who turned the analysis of religion's role in American society into a bestselling book and a thriving academic pursuit, died Tuesday at an Oakland hospital. He was 86. The cause was complications after heart...
  • Lou Scheimer, Filmation Founder, Dies at 84

    Emmy-winning animation giant Lou Scheimer, founder of Filmation Studios, which produced toon series including "Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids," "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" and even the animated version of "Star Trek," died Thursday. He was 85....
  • Coroner officially ID's first victim of Santa Monica Airport crash

    Coroner officially ID's first victim of Santa Monica Airport crash
    Los Angeles County coroner's officials Friday identified the first of four victims who perished when a jet crashed into a hangar at Santa Monica Airport this past weekend. Lauren Winkler, 28, of Irvine was killed Sunday when a twin-engine Cessna...
  • Cheating scandal cripples Michael Waltrip Racing

    Clint Bowyer's "itch" in Richmond has led to Michael Waltrip Racing losing a lot of scratch. The reverberations of "Spingate" continue to jolt MWR, which announced this week it will scale down to two full-time cars on the Sprint Cup circuit and will...