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  • In 'Hungry Woman,' a Latina's search for fulfillment

    In 'Hungry Woman,' a Latina's search for fulfillment
    Josefina Lopez admits to being a woman of large appetites — for creative work, haute cuisine, political activism and erotic adventure, among other things. Where, then, could the L.A. playwright, novelist and screenwriter better hope to fulfill all...
  • Abortion rights not synonymous with women's health

    When your grandmother gets some bad news, do you tell her: "Well, at least you have your abortion rights"? Why not? Maybe it's because whatever you think of abortion, the right to have one is not synonymous with a woman's health. But don't tell that...
  • Gouged in prison no more

    Gouged in prison no more
    After nearly a decade of inaction, the Federal Communications Commission is finally stepping in to regulate how much telephone companies may charge for interstate calls made by prison and jail inmates and immigration detainees. That's a welcome move...
  • Designers: He sang the '80s electric

    Designers: He sang the '80s electric
    Fashion illustrator Tony Viramontes captured the gender-bending electricity of the 1980s style scene like no one else. He made a name for himself with his drawings of dominant women dressed in the theatrical haute couture of the day. In addition to...
  • As Yosemite fire burns, San Francisco races to keep water ash-free

    As Yosemite fire burns, San Francisco races to keep water ash-free
    San Francisco officials are scrambling to send more water to the metropolitan area as the massive Rim fire near Yosemite rains ash down on a key reservoir.  On Monday, utility officials monitored the clarity of the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and used a...
  • Eddie 'Piolin' Sotelo alleges extortion, sues former workers

    Eddie 'Piolin' Sotelo alleges extortion, sues former workers
    Spanish-language radio star Eduardo "Piolin" Sotelo, formerly based in Glendale, has filed a lawsuit against six former staff members who worked on his canceled Univision Radio program, claiming the group banded together to try to extort $4.9 million from...
  • Around Town: Alzheimer's center gets new leader

    Around Town: Alzheimer's center gets new leader
    Joanna Richardson-Jones has been selected to lead the Alzheimer's Family Services Center in Huntington Beach as executive director. Richardson-Jones has held executive leadership roles with Adventist Health, Diversified Clinical Services and CRC...
  • Man in Long Beach beating video had mental issues, girlfriend says

    Man in Long Beach beating video had mental issues, girlfriend says
    A Long Beach man who is seen on a YouTube video being violently subdued by police has recently shown signs of mental illness, his girlfriend said. Lee Ann Hernandez told the Los Angeles Times that her boyfriend, Porfirio Santos-Lopez, has recently acted...
  • Video of Long Beach police hitting man stirs debate

    Video of Long Beach police hitting man stirs debate
    A video posted to YouTube showing Long Beach police repeatedly using a Taser and baton on a man has prompted an internal investigation and raised questions about the officers’ actions. Police training experts who reviewed the 41/2-minute...
  • Arsenio Hall is asking for a slice of late night

    Arsenio Hall is asking for a slice of late night
    Decked out in a blue blazer and stylish white hat, he bounded onto the ballroom stage at the Beverly Hilton as if he could barely contain himself, beaming at the audience of TV journalists from around the country. After being almost off the showbiz grid...
  • Chicago organization publishes a textbook that aims to hit close to home

    Chicago organization publishes a textbook that aims to hit close to home
    Conventional digital age wisdom says that the chestnut about the might of pens, i.e. swords, should be amended to specify keyboard strokes, as paper is now passé. Likewise, in an era when Chicago's public education crisis seems to be at an apex, with...