Two weeks before it was a twinkle in the eye of The New York Times, the story of Rachel Beyda appeared on jewishjournal.com and in the pages of our newspaper. Following a tip from a colleague and a report in the Daily Bruin, our reporter Jared Sichel investigated how a routine...
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Last weekend, I was talking to a friend in New York who is a top IT manager for an advertising firm. My friend is in the process of remaking the Web presence for a hair-products conglomerate, and his staff is divided among the firm’s offices in New York, Argentina, Singapore and...
March 3, 2005 | 7:00 pm
If you loved movies like "Pulp Fiction," "Fight Club," "Traffic," "Being John Malkovitch," "Boogie Nights" and "Three Kings," then you should probably read Sharon Waxman's new book, "Rebels on the Backlot: Six Maverick Directors and How They Conquered the Hollywood Studio System"...
November 18, 2004 | 7:00 pm
The Book of Job is commonly -- and mistakenly -- seen as a story of the "patience of Job." And sometimes people have trouble locating its place in the Bible.
Asked by reporters last January to name his favorite book in the New Testament, Howard Dean answered, "The Book of Job." He...
December 10, 1998 | 7:00 pmThe museum world in Los Angeles looks as though it is in for a significant challenge.
The evidence underscoring this was suggested last week in a story reported in The New York Times. On the surface, the story read like an account of the Getty Center one year after the new building...