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October 2, 2003 | Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writer
Robert Kardashian, a member of O.J. Simpson's murder trial defense team who later admitted to doubts about his client's innocence, has died at his home in Encino. He was 59. The attorney was diagnosed eight weeks ago with cancer of the esophagus, said his ex-wife, Kris Houghton Jenner. Their four children were with him when he died, she said.
August 21, 2013 | Chris Erskine
Never had a bad time on a boat, though the dangers of the high seas have been widely chronicled. As with Scylla, who reportedly had the upper body of a nymph and the heads of six ravenous dogs buckled 'round her waist. Aphrodite, the goddess of love, had some personal baggage of her own - born in a splash of sea foam, when the private parts of Uranus were cast down from heaven. Try explaining that on a first date. Him: "So tell me about your parents. " Her: "Oy. Well, Daddy had a little accident....
September 27, 1998 | From Associated Press
Roger Clemens put the finishing touches on what he hopes will be a record fifth Cy Young Award performance. Clemens ended the season unbeaten in his final 22 starts but didn't get a decision Saturday as the Blue Jays defeated the Detroit Tigers, 5-4, in 13 innings. "I wish we were going a little further, but I can let my shoulders down and just kind of reflect," Clemens said. "Most of all I'm just happy and feel blessed that I still feel strong and I made it through the season."
May 4, 1996 | Washington Post
On a hot Sunday in July 1969, 5-year-old identical twins sitting on their living room floor and watching television shared a dream to touch the stars. At the moment Neil Armstrong took humankind's first step on the dusty moon, Mark and Scott Kelly decided they were going to be astronauts. Both of them. This week, NASA made it official.
June 5, 2001
Angelo Mozilo agreed to continue as chief executive of Countrywide Credit Industries Inc. for the next five years and consult for the largest publicly traded U.S. mortgage company for five years after that. The Calabasas-based company didn't disclose terms of the 10-year contract. Mozilo, 62, co-founded the company in 1969. Last year, he earned $6.12 million in salary, bonus and other cash compensation. He also was given options on 500,000 shares that had a value of $6.
September 12, 1991 | JERRY CROWE
With Mazio Royster all but certain to miss Saturday night's game against Penn State because of a sprained knee, USC Coach Larry Smith said Wednesday that Dion Strother, a sophomore from Oakland, will start at tailback. "But I think that Estrus (Crayton) definitely will play some, and possibly even (freshman) Dwight McFadden," Smith said. O.J. will be in uniform Saturday at the Coliseum. That would be O.J. McDuffie, the Penn State wide receiver named for a former Heisman Trophy winner from USC.
March 4, 2013 | By Susan Denley
Kim Kardashian, dressed in black, and Kanye West, dressed in white, looked very yin/yang as they sat in the front row at Givenchy's Paris Fashion Week runway show on Sunday. Others in the crowd included Nicole Richie, Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried. [Styleite] Tilda Swinton, Clemence Poesy and Jane Birkin attended Acne's first-ever Paris women's runway show on Saturday. [WWD] Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore made the rounds of the shows all weekend, too. Read her coverage here.
November 9, 1986 | Associated Press
Artur London, a former government minister in Communist Czechoslovakia who wrote a book describing his "show trial" there, died in London on Saturday, his family said. He was 71. The cause of death was described as a long illness. London, a former deputy foreign minister, was author of "The Confession," which told of being brainwashed into admitting his political "errors" in a Stalinist-era trial by a Czechoslovakian court in 1951. He spent five years in prison.
February 12, 2006 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
Corona di Collini (Crown of the Hill), a hilltop mansion in Los Feliz Oaks, can be likened to a fine older lady who has seen her share of ups and downs. "We loved it," said actress Jane Withers, recalling how she and her mother felt when they first saw the house in 1969, the year Withers purchased it. Her husband, Ken Errair, once a singer with the Four Freshmen, had been killed in a plane crash in 1968. "It was a wonderful old house," Withers remembered, "but it was desperately in need of care.
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