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L.A. UnleashedAt the Opel Zoo in Kronberg, Germany, 2011 has already been a big year for giraffe calves. Two Rothschild giraffes -- a male named Karl, born Feb. 10 to mother Catherine, and a male named Luke, born just three days......
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Culture MonsterThough "The Book of Mormon," which opened Thursday at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, is boisterously outrageous, it relies on humor that is nostalgic, harking back to classic routines refurbished with more daring expletives....
TribLocal - EvanstonEVANSTON, IL – It was all fun on Mardi Gras Tuesday when the St. Joan of Arc middle school students hosted an annual "Penny Carnival" …...
Top of the TicketLGBT news. David Kato dead. David Kato murdered in Uganda....
Opinion L.A.Barbara Bush deserves all the attention (and praise) she's getting for throwing her lot in with gay rights advocates in New York state, where a bill to legalize same-sex marriage was defeated in 2009. Though her words are unremarkable and,......
Opinion L.A.The buzz for Feb. 2, 2011: Most viewed: The shame of 'O' Columnist Tim Rutten writes, "We ought to be outraged, and somebody should be ashamed, over the all-but-unremarked-upon scandal surrounding Simon & Schuster's publication of 'O: A Presidential...
Los Angeles TimesThe Masque of Africa Glimpses of African Belief V.S. Naipaul Alfred A. Knopf: 256 pp., $26.95 V.S. Naipaul's world is what it is, a place with little sentimentality for the powerless. That world has been constructed from more than five decades of...
Tags: Fiction, Nigeria, Internists, Africa, Ghana
We have a real gem in our midst, which is Vanguard University of Southern California, and everyone should be aware and proud of it. As I hope you know, this four-year Christian university, which has an enrollment of 1,457 undergraduates and 703...
Book review: 'Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited Our Modern World,' by James CarrollSpecial to the Los Angeles TimesJerusalem, Jerusalem How the Ancient City Ignited Our Modern World James Carroll Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 418 pp., $28 James Carroll's latest book is very ambitious. Invoking history, anthropology, social psychology, geography and theology, the...
A unique pilot program that was just launched called The People's Fleet with the help of Ford and their new Fiesta. The program is highlighting the work of (4) non-profits in Southern California over the course of a two month period. The group I am...
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Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Black Nile One Man's Amazing Journey Through Peace and War on the World's Longest River Dan Morrison Viking: 310 pp., $26.95 Searching for a good bush hat in the covered market in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, author Dan Morrison recounts a...
Tags: Egypt, Fishing, Crimes, Armed Forces, Sudan
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