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  • Kurt Niklas dies at 83; Beverly Hills restaurateur

    Kurt Niklas dies at 83; Beverly Hills restaurateur
    Kurt Niklas, whose Beverly Hills restaurants, the Bistro and the Bistro Garden, catered for decades to a high-powered crowd thick with denizens of the film industry and high society, has died. He was 83. Niklas died Tuesday at Cedars- Sinai Medical...
  • Barbara Lauwers Podoski dies at 95; launched psychological campaign against Germans in WWII

    Barbara Lauwers Podoski dies at 95; launched psychological campaign against Germans in WWII
    Barbara Lauwers Podoski, who launched one of the most successful psychological campaigns of World War II, which resulted in the surrender of more than 600 Czechoslovakian soldiers fighting for the Germans, died of cardiovascular disease Aug. 16 at the...
  • Harriett Wieder dies at 89; first woman on Orange County Board of Supervisors

    Harriett Wieder dies at 89; first woman on Orange County Board of Supervisors
    Harriett Wieder, a longtime assistant to former Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty who later became the first woman elected to the Orange County Board of Supervisors, died Monday at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach. She was 89. In poor health since a car accident...
  • Wolfgang Wagner dies at 90; longtime head of German festival dedicated to his grandfather's works

    Wolfgang Wagner dies at 90; longtime head of German festival dedicated to his grandfather's works
    Wolfgang Wagner, the grandson of German composer Richard Wagner and the leader of the Bayreuth opera festival in Germany for more than half a century, has died. He was 90. Wagner died Sunday, the festival announced in a brief statement on its website. It...
  • 'Columbine,' by Dave Cullen

    'Columbine,' by Dave Cullen
    Columbine Dave Cullen Twelve: 420 pp., $26.99 Forget everything you thought you knew. The girl who professed her faith in God before being gunned down in the library. The Trenchcoat Mafia and the feud between the goths and jocks. The idea that Eric...
  • Amos Elon dies at 82; provocative writer examined the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

    Amos Elon dies at 82; provocative writer examined the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    Amos Elon, whose critical explorations of Jewish history and the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict made him one of the most distinguished and provocative Israeli authors of his time, died Monday in Italy, his home for the last five years. He was...
  • An Iranian's vision of Jesus' life stirs debate

    An Iranian's vision of Jesus' life stirs debate
    Another in a series of occasional articles. TEHRAN -- A man wrapped in a shawl stood at the door. "This is Jesus," said another man. Jesus sat and peeled an orange as his companion, Nader Talebzadeh, began to speak, precisely, so as not to be...
  • Luis Mandoki dissents with 'Fraude Mexico 2006'

    Luis Mandoki dissents with 'Fraude Mexico 2006'
    LUIS MANDOKI has been called the Michael Moore of Mexico, a filmmaker whose overtly partisan documentaries preach messages to viewers who are already inclined to believe. But that's not the worst thing his critics had to say of Mandoki's most recent film,...
  • Man of mud

    Man of mud
    By Nick Owchar Why do so many monsters live in Victorian London? Was there something toxic in the Thames (Spenser probably wouldn't call it "sweet" if he could have seen it then -- or now) or in the fog that, as the Environmental Protection Agency points...
  • 'The Rest Is Noise, Listening to the Twentieth Century' by Alex Ross

    [This Book Review originally ran in the Los Angeles Times on Nov. 11, 2007] A unified, comprehensive history of 20th century music is the philosopher's stone of modern criticism: How to transmute such vast, maddening complexity into conceptual gold? It's...
  • Letters to the editor

    Stadium needs cats and a clean sweep Re "Take them out of the ballgame, city says," Aug. 7 I see a perfect confluence of events here -- the city shelters are full of unwanted cats. Anaheim has rats. Get the picture? Farmers and ship captains used...
  • Designs on power

    What a scandal it would be to see Adolf Hitler's portrait hanging in Berlin today or tomorrow. Of course, it could never happen because German law prohibits the public display of celebratory portraits of Der Fuehrer, as well as Nazi signs and symbols like...