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  • Jim McCrary dies at 72; photographer shot Carole King 'Tapestry' cover

    Jim McCrary dies at 72; photographer shot Carole King 'Tapestry' cover
    Photographer Jim McCrary was on the verge of shooting one of his most famous images when he stopped to ask singer Carole King if the cat sleeping across the room could be part of the tableau. He remembered the results of a Kodak survey that found...
  • PASSINGS: Lilian Jackson Braun, Harry Bernstein, Adolfas Mekas

    Lilian Jackson Braun Author of 'The Cat Who…' mystery series Lilian Jackson Braun, 97, an author who wrote 29 books in the "The Cat Who …" mystery series, died of natural causes Saturday at a hospice center in Landrum, S.C. Braun, who...
  • Leo Cullum dies at 68; prolific New Yorker cartoonist

    Leo Cullum dies at 68; prolific New Yorker cartoonist
    A woman holding a martini turns to a garishly dressed man in a bar and says, "I thought I'd never laugh again. Then I saw your jacket." Through that cartoon — the first published by the New Yorker in the grim weeks after the 9/11 terrorist...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Doris Day

    Patt Morrison Asks: Doris Day
    Add it all up, and Doris Day's singular singing voice has spent more than 11 years on the Billboard charts. Her three dozen-plus films made millions of fans and dollars. And now, after nearly two decades of living below the radar in Carmel, Doris Day is...
  • Romney revives attack on Gingrich lobbying

    Campaigning in South Carolina on Saturday, Mitt Romney once again questioned Newt Gingrich’s work for the mortgage giant Freddie Mac, but mainly reserved his fire for President Obama – accusing him of failing to effectively corral Congress...
  • Daum: Geez Frisco, lighten up

    Daum: Geez Frisco, lighten up
    Dear San Francisco, Will you please get a life? First you passed a law prohibiting the sale of most Happy Meals. Then you set your sights on banning circumcision. Now you're trying to make it illegal to sell almost every kind of pet, including goldfish,...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Diane Keaton

    Patt Morrison Asks: Diane Keaton
    If you're lazily inclined to define Diane Keaton by the crossword-puzzle-sized word "actor," you need to get out more. Add to that her work as director and producer, photographer, restorer of venerable houses, board member of the Los Angeles Conservancy...
  • Movie Review: Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore

     
    Yeah, that's Shirley “Goldfinger” Bassey singing over the Bond-ish opening credits of Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. Kids won't get it, but parents may chortle at the James Bond pun of the film's title, of hearing Dame Shirley...
  • Your pets: Wild no more

     
    Peanut and Tux are a couple of brothers Dolly Plant of Tavares rescued from the backwoods when they were “wild as can be,” she said. “It took countless hours to get them aquainted with a human touch and voice, but once they discovered the...
  • Irvine Lake catfish biting well; 30 fish stringer tops catches

     
    Here's this week's Irvine Lake fishing report, written by veteran angler Steve Carson: Outstanding catfish action was had at Irvine Lake this week, reported Jimmy Getty at the Pro Shop. "If you were in the right spot, you could have......
  • Movie projector: 'Schmucks,' cats, dogs and Zac Efron will all open behind 'Inception'

     
    Three new movies open this weekend, but their dreams of being No. 1 will likely be dashed by the unstoppable "Inception." The hit Christopher Nolan-directed drama is poised to top the box office charts for the third consecutive weekend, said......
  • July in animal news: Five questions with American Humane Assn. Vice President Debrah Schnackenberg

     
    We're asking experts in the animal-protection community to offer their insights on the latest animal news and fill us in on what their organizations are working on. Debrah Schnackenberg, vice president of the American Humane Assn.'s Animal Emergency...