The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark - Off-Ramp for September 14, 2013

Soboroff typewriter

Please help identify Karen's 'typewriter bird'

The first time we heard the typewriter bird we thought it was our whacky neighbor, a restaurateur, working on his own Kitchen Confidential. But it was a bird that worked diligently right outside our window.
RUSSIA-UAE
Just after the fall of Communism, US and Russian lawmakers met on two fields of battle: the football field, and a pub.
Jury selection begins Tuesday in a trial involving a reclusive copper heiress, an empty mansion in Santa Barbara, Pershing Square's Beethoven statue, and a $300m fortune.
Mercer 18148

Five years after Lehman, an LA couple starts a new life

Off-Ramp is looking at life five years after the recession started, following up with Kai Schmoll and Monty Phillips, who were fighting foreclosure two years ago.
Obit-Cal Worthington

Patt Morrison on the life and legacy of Cal Worthington

Cal Worthington originally wanted to fly planes, just as he had in World War II. Instead, he had to settle for becoming the best-known car salesman in the West.

Sound Pioneer Ray Dolby Dies

Ray Dolby died Thursday at the age of 80 after suffering from the Alzheimer Disease and leukemia. Dolby was a sound pioneer, and took out the hiss in sound recordings. He founded Dolby Laboratories in 1965, and he revolutionized the movie theater sound with films like Stars Wars and A Clockwork Orange.
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