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January 4, 2006 | From Associated Press
Hunter S. Thompson's widow will co-edit a new magazine called the Woody Creeker, which is expected to hit newsstands next month. The gonzo journalist shot himself in his kitchen Feb. 20, apparently despondent over health problems. "We have some good writers already," Anita Thompson told the Aspen Times for its Tuesday editions. Satirist and political commentator P.J. O'Rourke plans a profile of her husband based on interviews in 1987 and 1997, she said.
August 23, 1995
Assemblywoman Debra Bowen's (D-Marina del Rey) proposal to impose fiscal restraint on Los Angeles County ("Bill Seeks Clout Over County," Aug. 15) is hypocritical at best. As an active and frequent observer of this year's legislative session in the state Assembly I can only offer this advice to Bowen: Before seeking to kick Los Angeles County, get your own house in order first! Is this the same Bowen who, as a member of a legislative body, failed to pass a balanced budget on time?
May 16, 1994 | SCOTT HADLY
Conservatives on Tuesday will get to show not so much that they can take jokes, but that they can dish them out. At a conference titled "Do Conservatives Have a Sense of Humor?" three prominent conservatives will take a look at the role of humor in politics today. The conference will be held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library near Simi Valley.
October 8, 2010
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April 5, 2008 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Writer
Henry Kissinger reached the end of his speech. His voice cracked and tears rimmed his eyes as he addressed the 2,000 people who sat before him, quiet. William F. Buckley Jr., he said, "was a noble and valiant man who was truly touched by the grace of God." Kissinger eulogized the progenitor of the modern conservative movement Friday at the vast St. Patrick's Cathedral in a ceremony marked more by erudition and laughter than tears.
June 6, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN
The burgeoning E! Entertainment Television network, not heretofore renowned for its searing insight into issues of values and ethics in culture, actually takes a probing look into the impact that the kind of Hollywood fluff it perpetuates has on a global level in the surprisingly savvy special "The Whole World Is Watching" (Sunday at 6 and 9 p.m.).
March 12, 2014 | By Steve Dilbeck
You want sharp, buy a Henckels. Try and match wits with P.J. O'Rourke. Read Jim Murray. Right now the Dodgers just need Zack Greinke to build some arm strength, and all that sharpness can come later. Greinke threw only four pitches this spring before a strained calf forced him to the sideline. He finally made his second appearance Wednesday , and if he wasn't completely sharp, that was understandable and fine. He came out of his two-inning appearance against the Diamondbacks healthy and went on to throw a simulated inning in the bullpen.
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