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NEW YORK (AP) - A delivery van hit a group of children walking from a library back to their daycare cener in the city's busy Chinatown district Thursday, killing two and seriously injuring a third, authorities said. Bellevue Hospital treated 14 of the...
I'm not sure what's scariest about this movie - Mia Farrow's visible deterioration over the course of the movie into a walking skeleton or John Cassavetes's turn as Mia's over-caffeinated husband who just may have made a deal with the devil to be a...
NEW YORK (AP) - Firefighters are battling a blaze in a six-story apartment building in Manhattan's Chinatown that has killed one person. Fire officials say another 21 people have been injured, including two firefighters. The injured were taken to...
PRATO, Italy—In the heart of "Made in Italy" fashion country, China has carved out a home. Signs in Chinese script hang from wrought-iron balconies in this Tuscan city. Hot dumplings and fried fish—flown in from China—are served in...
Times Staff WriterThe 1980s action movie genre often blurred the good guy-bad guy paradigm with flawed protagonists who overcame tumultuous pasts to ultimately do the right thing and vanquish whatever evil lay in their path, especially when the conflict became personal....
Tags: Joe Pesci, Movies, Drama (genre), Mos Def, Mel Gibson
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIF YOU'RE one of DailyCandy's 2.5 million subscribers, you already know the online newsletter with its sly signature illustrations and chirpy, conspiratorial tone. Each piece reads like a whisper in the ear from a giddy chum who's always in the know --...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe F train howls to a stop, and the subway sketcher boards a front car, its windows clouded with white spray paint, its benches filled with characters. Ed Velandria takes a seat, pulling a computer tablet and touch pen from his black backpack. He...
Tags: Apple iPhone, Coolio, Minority Groups, Park Slope, YouTube
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIs this the magic bus that will pry Angelenos away from their steering wheels? A new nonstop line will roll into Los Angeles next week, serving seven cities with a handful of fares as low as $1. Megabus, a subsidiary of Coach USA, will carry passengers...
Driving is not fun. Boston roads were designed with the horse and buggy in mind. One-way streets always seem to lead away from where you want to go. And the rotaries! Parking is prohibitively expensive and parking tickets appear the instant time on the...
Chinese claim on Tibet doubted Re "China's view of Tibet," Opinion, April 25 Kishore Mahbubani makes the mistake of viewing Tibet's history, the recent uprising and the West's response through the prism of governments instead of people. The Tibetan...
Special to The Times"Los Angeles … has never recovered from the inferiority complex that its movies nourished," Pauline Kael once wrote. James Sanders uses Kael's quote in "Celluloid Skyline: New York and the Movies," a persuasive demonstration that film artists created a...
Tags: Peter Fonda, Movies, Paul Haggis, Minority Groups, Los Angeles
Times Staff WriterIn the shadow of downtown Los Angeles' glittering Bunker Hill skyscrapers is a 50-block area of grime, despair, struggle and hope known as skid row. Every day, office workers, tourists, suburban moms and urban pioneers traverse the edges of skid row,...
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