September 10, 2012 |
James Galanos, Fred Hayman and Peggy Moffitt stepped out to see the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style honor fashion legend Diana Vreeland on Monday with a bronze plaque on the storied boulevard. Vreeland is the 19th recipient to be inducted into the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style and the first fashion editor to be recognized with this honor. The Rodeo Drive Walk of Style award is given to those who have made significant contributions to the fashion and entertainment worlds. Past recipients include Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford, Manolo Blahnik and Salvatore Ferragamo.
February 22, 2012 |
For the second consecutive year, The Times has been recognized as one of the nation's top 10 Sports sections for daily and Sunday editions among papers with circulations of 175,000 and above in the annual judging by the Associated Press Sports Editors. In addition, Times sportswriters were recognized with top-10 awards in the explanatory journalism, beat reporting and breaking news categories. David Wharton and Baxter Holmes were recognized among the 10 best of 2011 in the explanatory category for their story detailing the finances of athletic programs in the Pac-12 Conference.
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June 18, 2011 |
On Dec. 16, 1944, 21-year-old Army Cpl. Gordon Hearne found himself in an hours-long gun battle with German soldiers in the Belgium countryside — one of countless such stories that marked the beginning of the Battle of the Bulge, Germany's last major offensive and a turning point in World War II. On Saturday, Hearne, now 87, was formally thanked by King Albert II of Belgium for his service. In a ceremony at Taix French Restaurant in Echo Park, Hearne was awarded the Knight of the Order of the Crown by Belgium's consul general in Los Angeles.
September 29, 1992
Jules Engel, founding director of CalArts' experimental animation program, has been chosen as the recipient of the Norman McLaren Heritage Award to be given at the Ottowa Animation Festival, which runs Wednesday through Oct. 4. Named for the late pioneering Canadian animator, the award has been given by the Association Internationale du Film Animation-Canada to Engel for his achievements as a mentor at CalArts.
March 2, 2004 |
Senior forward Kate Murray, who led Loyola Marymount to its first West Coast Conference regular-season title, was chosen WCC women's player of the year Monday by a vote of conference coaches. After sitting out last season because of a knee injury, the 6-foot Murray came back to help the Lions (22-5) set the school record for victories and earn the No. 1 seeding in the WCC tournament starting Thursday at Santa Clara. She averages 16.1 points and 6.2 rebounds.
June 5, 2012 |
President Obama has offered Britain's Queen Elizabeth II the "heartfelt congratulations of the American people" on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee (watch video below). In a video message, Obama said the queen was a "living witness" to the power of the special relationship between the U.S. and U.K., and the "chief source of its resilience. " "As a steadfast ally, loyal friend and tireless leader, Your Majesty has set an example of resolve that will be long celebrated," Obama said.
December 7, 2012 |
Malik Bendjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" won the Best Feature Award at the International Documentary Assn.'s 2012 IDA Documentary Awards at the Directors Guild of America on Friday evening. The acclaimed chronicle about Sixto Rodriguez, a U.S. singer-songwriter who failed to catch on in the 1970s, only to become the voice of a whole generation in Apartheid-era South Africa, also won the Creative Recognition Award for Best Music for Rodriguez's original songs and Bendjelloul's additional score.
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June 27, 2011 |
Los Angeles Times reporters Ruben Vives and Jeff Gottlieb picked up yet another honor Sunday for leading coverage of widespread corruption in the city of Bell, earning the first public service award from the Los Angeles Press Club. They were among a host of Times staffers collecting awards in the over-50,000-circulation print and other categories. Vives, Gottlieb and the staff of The Times already earned a Pulitzer Prize and a slew of other awards for investigations into municipal corruption in Bell.