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  • O.J. Simpson case: Some who felt he was innocent now not so sure

    The not-guilty verdict in the O.J. Simpson case generated much debate that was often divided along racial lines. From the beginning, many blacks said they did not believe Simpson killed his wife and her friend. Many whites believed he did, even after he...
  • Behind the Lens: The Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman crime scene

     
    It was twenty years ago and I was freelancing for the Los Angeles Times out of the of the suburban Westside Edition based in Santa Monica. "Can you go check out a possible crime scene on Bundy?" asked George Hatch, an editor at the edition. "We have a...
  • O.J. Simpson files new appeal of Las Vegas robbery conviction

    Just when you thought you’d seen the last of O.J .Simpson, the former NFL standout known to fans as “the Juice” is back, with another appeal to the Nevada Supreme Court over his conviction in a hotel room armed robbery. In legal papers...
  • Mitzi Gaynor had it all, and TCM remembers

    "WHY DON'T you wash that platinum outta your hair?" That was Kirk Douglas snarling at the underrated, always spectacular Jan Sterling in Billy Wilder's way-ahead-of-its-time movie "Ace in the Hole." This tells the grim saga of a man trapped in a cave...
  • Little sympathy for Kato Kaelin

    Even those of us who weren't riveted by the O.J. Simpson trial can appreciate Kato Kaelin's retrospective. One might say he acquitted himself well. ("Kato Kaelin, 20 years later, on O.J., unwanted fame and media lies," Opinion, June 6) At trial,...
  • The Sterling controversy has given the NBA plenty of unexpected attention

    Donald Sterling gave the NBA a gift before he was kicked out of the club. The release of audio tapes with his now infamous, ill-conceived remarks to his girlfriend stirred a controversy that had the whole world talking about the NBA for a couple days,...
  • Andre Reed induction eases a fan's prolonged pain

    Andre Reed induction eases a fan's prolonged pain
    The Morning Call's coverage of the Super Bowl extravaganza was just great, with one glaring exception. The 43-8 Seattle Seahawks victory over the Denver Broncos, said one of Monday's stories, was "the biggest blowout since the Cowboys trounced the Bills...
  • Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson

    Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson
    Jay Leno steps down from his role as host of "The Tonight Show" on Thursday, a position he has held almost continuously since 1992. He has more than 4,600 shows under his belt -- that's a lot of monologue jokes. Bill Clinton was one of the biggest...
  • 'Biggest Loser': Uproar as winner appears 'too thin' at 105 pounds

    'Biggest Loser': Uproar as winner appears 'too thin' at 105 pounds
    Rachel Frederickson, 24, of Los Angeles won the Season 15 title of "The Biggest Loser" and the $250,000 grand prize, but promptly sparked criticism from viewers who say the show went too far by allowing the former competitive swimmer to diet her way...
  • John Corrigan - Assistant Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment

    John Corrigan - Assistant Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment
    John Corrigan is the assistant managing editor for Arts and Entertainment, leading one of the Los Angeles Times’ largest editorial departments in its coverage of film, television, culture, music, media and the fine arts. Corrigan has worked at The...
  • Leno's Most Popular Joke Target: Bill Clinton

    Jay Leno told almost 44,000 jokes as host of "The Tonight Show," and according to a recent study, one out of ten of his quips were about Bill Clinton. The Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University, which tracks late-night humor, said...
  • History channel will look at 'World Wars' with six-part series

    History channel will look at 'World Wars' with six-part series
    History's next big miniseries will be titled "World Wars," and as the name suggests, it'll be looking at the 30-year span of time that saw World War I and World War II. History announced the project Wednesday and revealed that the six-part series will...