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  • 'Never again' for Armenians too

    THIS YEAR, Congress established April 15 as Holocaust Memorial Day, commemorating the Nazi genocide of European Jewry. Just nine days later, on April 24, Armenians throughout the world observed the commemoration of their great tragedy: the massacre of...
  • Eisenhower's roads to prosperity

    In his Dec. 6 radio address, President-elect Barack Obama vowed to "create millions of jobs by making the single largest new investment in our national infrastructure since the creation of the federal highway system in the 1950s." The story of President...
  • The mixed lessons, and legacies, of Munich 1938

    Seventy years ago in Munich -- on Sept. 30, 1938 -- the British prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, signed a document that allowed Nazi Germany to seize control of the Sudetenland, a large chunk of western Czechoslovakia heavily populated by ethnic...
  • Can secular Turkey survive democracy?

    SECULAR AND LIBERAL Turks have had a rude awakening from years of deep slumber. Kemal Ataturk's heritage is about to be destroyed — not by an invading power but from within, by fellow Turks who yearn for an Islamic state. Ever since Ataturk, Turkey...
  • Brand X Files: Captain America vs. tea baggers. Sex and the City slot machine. Freud owned painting by Hitler?

     
    Good morning gorgeous people of the wonderful city of Los Angeles! We here at Brand X love each and every one of you (especially you). And to prove it, here's our morning roundup of news from around the 'net: "Captain America" fights white supremacist...
  • WebClawer: Rock 'n' roll finches bring their music to London; complaint about PETA U.K.'s Hitler-themed ad dismissed; dachshund Spork gets a reprieve

     
    -- French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot enlisted a flock of zebra finches for his upcoming exhibition at London's Barbican concert hall and art gallery. But these aren't just any zebra finches -- they're rock 'n' roll zebra finches. Boursier-...
  • Police investigate Jesse James over paparazzo incident in Long Beach

     
    It hasn't been a good day for Jesse James. James has been dogged by reports that he cheated on wife Sandra Bullock. Today, US magazine posted a photo from before he married the Oscar winner showing James appearing to pose......
  • Marshall out of bounds with Hitler jab at UCF

     
    Marshall fans at HerdHaven.com compiled a bizzaro-world video using their own sub-titles in a spinoff from a Hitler tirade in the movie Downfall. It’s a very creative piece, but it also makes you slightly uncomfortable to laugh...
  • Zev Yaroslavsky, James Conlon stand up to 'Ring' festival heckler

     
    A public lecture at the Museum of Tolerance on Thursday evening turned into a shouting match when a heckler challenged the premise of the "Ring Festival L.A." and voiced insults to those associated with it. The verbal attacks were directed......
  • Matt Weinstock, Feb. 17, 1960

     
    The Golfo Nuevo Case It distressed me no end to read how the Argentine Navy bungled things with the unidentified submarine trapped in Golfo Nuevo. First reports stated the sub had been crippled by depth charges and 13 Argentine warships were standing by...
  • Monster Mash: Danny Boyle returning to stage; Hitler 'album' returning to Germany; laid-off architects

     
    -- No relation to Susan: Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") will return to the theater next winter with a stage adaptation of "Frankenstein" for Britain's National Theatre. (The Guardian) -- Heading home: An album depicting the...
  • Monster Mash: Getty's grant money; Shepard Fairey faces criminal probe; top London theater critic stepping down

     
    -- Handing out money: The Getty Foundation is set to award $3.1 million to 26 arts institutions for a 2011 series of exhibitions about Southern California art after World War II. (Los Angeles Times) -- In deep: L.A. street artist......