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Redeemer of Laurel Canyon

Back in the day we had this writer by the name of Jaimie Beebe. That really is her name and that really is how to spell it. Her mother says so. Jaimie used to blog for us on a weekly […]

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Redeemer of Laurel Canyon

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Back in the day we had this writer by the name of Jaimie Beebe. That really is her name and that really is how to spell it. Her mother says so. Jaimie used to blog for us on a weekly […]

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Leonard Nimoy: The one true Spock

Photo above: Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, from the film, “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.” (YouTube) Leonard Nimoy … Back in the 1970’s when there were just rumors of a Star

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Shane: A classic for all time

One of the greatest movies of all time, Shane, was on Turner Classic Movies recently. The great George Stevens directing (he also directed Giant), Alan Ladd in the starring

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San Diego Chargers need to stay put: Just say no to Los Angeles

The Miami Dolphins against the San Diego Chargers in Qualcomm Stadium, September 27, 2009. (Tim Forkes) In the great, grand scheme of things, sports ranks kind of low — unless your

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American Sniper: One vet’s story

A couple nights ago I saw the movie American Sniper. First things first: kudos to actor Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller. Both did excellent work in this film, Cooper

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Ballghazi? Deflategate? This is the real scandal

Let me state for the record, up front: I believe Tom Brady and Bill Belichick when they say “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” I’m sorry, different

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SOTU complete with hashtags

Later this evening we will be treated to the annual State of the Union Address. People who know what they know about everything are so cool they use the

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High Speed Rail and peace of mind

Photo above: train and trolley yards on San Diego Bay, as seen from PetCo Park, home of the San Diego Padres. The Coronado Bay Bridge is in the background. (Tim

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Religious terrorism isn’t new, especially in the U.S.

Yesterday I was watching the video of Malala Yousafzai accepting the Nobel Prize for Peace. She of course thanked her parents and the Nobel Committee and expressed her gratitude

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Breakfast Club is still a great movie

Remember the movie The Breakfast Club? Released 30 years ago (February 15, 1985), it ushered in the era of the “Brat Pack,” the generation of actors who were the

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