Martyn Lawrence Bullard's Whitley Heights home is a throwback to the early days of Hollywood. Built in 1922 by Hobart Whitley, a developer known as the Father of Hollywood, the Mediterranean villa was once home to not one, but two great silver screen legends, Rudolph Valentino then Gloria Swanson.
In this extract from her book Ghettoside,Jill Leovy examines the work of one homicide detective, John Skaggs, on a relentless campaign to deliver justice for all.
The California city is home to celebrities but has plenty to offer travelers on a budget.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - On a winter night in 2006, a disabled and brain damaged man named Ruben Navarro was wheeled into an operating room at a hospital here. By most accounts, Mr. Navarro, 25, was near death, and doctors hoped that he might sustain other lives by donating his kidneys and liver.
WHEN it comes to cars, women have their game faces on, thanks to a great equalizer, the Internet. They are tuning in to Web sites like Edmunds.com/women, Roadandtravel.com, AskPatty.com and Motherproof.com for advice, consumer reviews and a little humor. With virtual clipboards in hand, women say, they can shop without being humiliated by insensitive salesmen.
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Most fashion-conscious adults have suffered from wardrobe envy, whether it takes place on the street or while flipping through the pages of a magazine. Lately, though, those targets of sartorial longing are as likely to be found on a see-saw as the runway.
At just 32 years old, Jon Klassen is one of the most successful Canadian authors ever, selling more than a million copies of his uncanny picture books. Mark Medley goes inside the sinister yet comforting world of a singular talent Jon Klassen's newest book is dedicated to St.
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