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  • Charlie Smith's 'Men in Miami Hotels' moves beyond the noir playbook

    Perhaps my favorite moment in Charlie Smith's terrific new novel, "Men in Miami Hotels," comes not too far from the end. The protagonist, a Miami hoodlum named Cotland Sims, has snuck into Havana, on the run from a relentless line of gangsters who keep trying to kill him, as if his life had become an existential game of Whack-a-Mole. Cot is accompanied by Marcella, his longtime on-and-off girlfriend, who is traveling with an agenda of her own.
  • Vons bags many job applicants in Glendale

    Vons bags many job applicants in Glendale
    Job seekers from all over the Los Angeles area came out to Glendale for a shot at landing a position with Vons on Wednesday, as the supermarket chain sought to fill openings in the city and beyond with a recruitment event hosted by the Verdugo Jobs...

    Mailbag: Column has done disservice to Laguna and its people

    I grew up in Laguna Beach and have spent many days swimming and surfing off its beaches, and, above all, experiencing its community. I am emailing you regarding the column "The 10 most overrated things in Laguna" (Coastline Pilot, Aug. 23). I was not...

    Man gets 75 years to life for stabbing wife to death in supermarket

    Man gets 75 years to life for stabbing wife to death in supermarket
    A 55-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday to 75 years to life in prison for stabbing his estranged wife 41 times while she was working at a Santa Monica supermarket, officials said. Kelvin Melvin Green pleaded guilty to killing Christina Talley on Aug....

    Commentary: Traffic-free Laguna is unrealistic for real people

    Columnist Billy Fried has gone a bit too far with his vision for Laguna Beach transportation ("The dream of a traffic-free Laguna," Feb. 21)....