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Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 10 - 16, in PDF format This week's TV Movies 'THE BANK JOB': Jason Statham stars in the 2008 heist caper at 7 p.m. on Showtime. SERIES Law &......
Change of SubjectMy friend Ken Davis, former WBEZ-FM program director and host, is one of the ablest media analysts I know. In this episode of his CAN TV program "Chicago Newsroom," he interviews Robert McChesney and John Nichols, authors of "The Death......
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of March 21 - 27 in PDF format This week's TV Movies CHOW DOWN: The British chef faces resistance from the school cooks in the unscripted series 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution'......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThese essays, a form of human sacrifice, an apologia pro vita sua, possess an honesty so terrible, so awkward at times that the reader wants to look away. Born in 1932, William Kittredge grew up rich, the scion of a ranching family with 8,000 acres in the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMany people in Santa Paula, when asked what they do for a living, respond with the name of the fruit that they pick: "Naranja." "Fresa." Orange. Strawberry. The fields have long defined Santa Paula, literally and culturally. In tidy rows, they stretch 10...
Special to The TimesDuring the last three years, I have climbed my mountain more than 50 times. It's my escape to a world devoid of human ingenuity. Between me and the pale moon overhead there is only air and the great distances of the universe, a fact that comforts me. I...
Times Staff WriterAn empty chair threw its shadow across the meadow: a tall-backed, scuffed, swivel writing chair, looming in its emptiness. The writing chair was one that Edward Abbey used. And when you know that, you can understand how long and how broad the shadow was....
"The Evening Star" is Larry McMurtry's 15th published novel. Parts of this book are so good it is breathtaking. The stretches that fall flat--and there are many and they are long--serve in a sense as foils. What are the Rockies without the Great Plains?...
Tags: Tom Wolfe, John Ford, Psychiatry, Murder, Death
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