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  • 818 Roundup: 'Comfort women' statue, Devil's Gate Dam sediment removal protest

    818 Roundup: 'Comfort women' statue, Devil's Gate Dam sediment removal protest
    Good morning, 818 readers. It's expected to be a wet day with a 60% chance of rain for Los Angeles County today, Thursday, Dec. 19. Showers are expected after sunrise and could slam roads for commuters. Here are the top headlines in the 818 area code:...
  • Perfume allergies prompt a battle

    Perfume allergies prompt a battle
    The people in the center of a bustling big city are completely captivated by the aroma of a fabulous French perfume for men, resulting in pandemonium. One guy tumbles off a moving motorcycle, which then hurtles through a plate glass window. A gorgeous...
  • Land of Linkin'

     
    A weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. Claire Zulkey interviews Mary Schmich. At Football as Football, they've redesigned NFL logos...
  • Open thread: The Weeks in Review

     
    The "Weeks in Review" feature is an open thread in which commenters can talk about any current events or cultural phenomena that have caught their attention, including but not limited to the topics brought up in our traditional roundup of......
  • Report: South Florida isn't one of the tax cheat epicenters

    Report: South Florida isn't one of the tax cheat epicenters
    South Florida ranks No. 1 in the nation for tax-related identity theft. But the Huffington Post reports that at least we are not a epicenter for tax cheating -- as thousands of South Floridians file their federal income taxes on time Monday. The Post...
  • Ethics panel admonishes Burns over Ravens letter

    Ethics panel admonishes Burns over Ravens letter
    Del. Emmett C. Burns Jr. said Tuesday he “accepted” his admonishment by the General Assembly’s ethics committee for using legislative stationery last year in trying to silence Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo’s...
  • With Jimmy Fallon, 'The Tonight Show' gets back to 'Starring'

    When Jimmy Fallon takes over "The Tonight Show" from Jay Leno in February 2014, he's not just getting an upgrade in his start time, he's also getting a billing promotion. As first pointed out by the Huffington Post, Fallon's "Tonight Show" will be...
  • 'Save Me' plans to end its run with Betty White as God

    'Save Me' plans to end its run with Betty White as God
    NBC burned off its episodes of the Anne Heche comedy series "Save Me" over the last month, but though it was never given much of a chance, it's ending its run with an eye-catching guest appearance. The ubiquitous Betty White will be appearing as God....
  • Specialty ice cream Salt & Straw at Joan's on Third, DIY walnut liqueur, French cooking class

    Specialty ice cream Salt & Straw at Joan's on Third, DIY walnut liqueur, French cooking class
    Salt & Straw ice cream at Joan's: Beginning Friday, Joan's on Third will serve Salt & Straw ice cream by the scoop. Salt & Straw of Portland, Ore., was named one of Saveur’s favorite ice creams, a Sunset magazine "Best of the West" selection, a...
  • Foreign affairs

    Ever since President Bill Clinton "did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky," whatever remains of standards seem to have fallen even lower among people who hold offices and positions once thought to require good behavior and strong...
  • Brides, grooms tinkering with tradition

    Brides, grooms tinkering with tradition
    For their May nuptials, Mount Vernon residents Katie Joost and Nick Garber made careful preparations. They booked a gazebo at Owings Mills' Irvine Nature Center, accessible by a quarter-mile hike. They selected readings that had special meaning to them,...