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  • A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts

    A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts
    While Los Angeles celebrates the arrival of the Dodgers 50 years ago (beach balls! vigorous organ music!), Brooklyn, N.Y., faces the butt end of that anniversary. This month in 1958, Brooklynites found themselves facing their first 20th century spring...
  • 'Valkyrie'

    A scheme to assassinate Adolf Hitler, hatched by some of those within his own party, fuels director Bryan Singer's compelling drama. As unlikely as producer and star Tom Cruise might seem as the leader of the plot – wearing an eye patch, no less – he...
  • 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...
  • Professor Testifies In Term Paper Trial

    A college history professor who assigned a 2006 term paper now at the heart of a civil court case explained Wednesday how he decided to accuse one student of cheating when faced with two strikingly similar papers. Ronald Moss, who teaches a Western...
  • 'Marley & Me' and a big Christmas audience

    'Marley  &   Me' and a big Christmas audience
    "Marley & Me," the tale of a boisterous dog, led a strong pack of movies at the box office over the weekend, but together, they still couldn't pull this year's movie attendance out of the doghouse. "Marley" made the most money ever for a Christmas Day...
  • Looking ahead to (next) Oscar season

    IF you think it's too early to start sizing up the 2008 Oscar season, consider that it already began in the fall -- at the Telluride and Toronto international film festivals. That's where small specialty films like Sony Pictures Classics' "The...
  • Cultural capitals of Europe

    The newly anointed Cultural Capitals of Europe for 2009 are Linz, Austria, and Vilnius, Lithuania, both a bit off the continent's prime tourist paths. Separated by the Czech Republic and Poland, these central and northern European cities are near...
  • The Scientist's Mind Expands, And So Do His Experiments. But On The Verge Of A Breakthrough, His Curiosity Evaporates. Opportunity Escapes.

    Jerry Yang is thinking hard about the contents of a Styrofoam cooler inside his lab, while outside the window a couple of revelers at Cornell University are jump-starting their Saturday night. The cooler sits in a refrigerator at the end of several...
  • Hitler's chemists chased Auschwitz profits

    A sweet stench filled the site in occupied Poland where chemical-maker I.G. Farbenindustrie AG was building a factory to feed Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's tanks and bombers with synthetic rubber and fuel during World War II. Amid the hammering, barking...
  • Richard Ehrlich photographs an archive of Holocaust cruelty

    Richard Ehrlich photographs an archive of Holocaust cruelty
    FOURTEEN months ago, Richard Ehrlich left his office at the UCLA Medical Center, flew to Berlin and rented the best digital camera available. With the 39-megapixel Hasselblad safely stowed, he drove about 250 miles to the small town of Bad Arolsen and...
  • 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,...
  • Journey of discovery

    Homecoming By Bernhard Schlink Pantheon, 260 pages, $24 A dozen years ago, German-born author Bernhard Schlink jolted European sensibilities with his novel "The Reader," in which a legal historian recounts his teenage affair with an older woman who was...