author of “Nearing Ninety: And Other Comedies of Late Life”
Longtime writer Judith Viorst is 88 years old.
Apr. 10from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
When LA Times business columnist David Lazarus turned to antidepressants, he had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and struggled with sleep. The pills helped.
Sep. 10from Greater LA
Kristin’s daughter was just 16 years old when she began to struggle with drug addiction - methamphetamine, heroin, and more. It brought Kristin to her knees.
Sep. 10from Nocturne
Netflix wants an Oscar best picture win, and their highest profile release is Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman.'
Aug. 30from Hollywood Breakdown
Five months after firing their agents, members of the Writers Guild are still at war with the major agencies over packaging fees.
Sep. 6from The Business
An LA Times business columnist discusses the difficult time he’s had coming off antidepressants.
Removing the fiberglass woolly mammoth from his lake of tar, restoring the landscape to that of the Pleistocene age, building over the existing parking lot, adding another story to the…
Aug. 27from Design and Architecture
How do you breathe life into ancient art? That’s the driving question behind the Getty Villa’s outdoor theater program (and arguably the Getty itself).
Sep. 9from Opening the Curtain
After a seemingly endless wait, we finally know some of the crucial details of Apple TV+.
Sep. 12from Hollywood Breakdown
Examining Berlin’s impact as the world’s uncontested center of cool.
Sep. 16from The Fink + Forty Show