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  • Seite Books comes of age on the Eastside

     Seite Books comes of age on the Eastside
    When Adam Bernales and Denice Diaz started Seite Books in a little storefront in East Los Angeles, a lot of people thought their taste in books was too highbrow. The offerings on the store's first, sparsely stocked shelf when it opened in 2010...
  • Single-family home and condo inventory rises in the Glendale area

    The number of single-family homes and condominiums for sale grew last month, continuing a see-saw effect in the number of residences on the market over the past several months in the Glendale area, though these hikes were larger than in the past....
  • Attorneys want to take part in review of old homicide files

    Attorneys want to take part in review of old homicide files
    A group of attorneys specializing in wrongful conviction cases are scheduled to meet with city lawyers Friday to try to hash out how to properly inventory thousands of old homicide files contained in police station filing cabinets in apparent violation of...
  • Housing market recovering in High Desert town

    Housing market recovering in High Desert town
    This high desert town is seeing something it hasn't in a long time: A row of houses being built. The first new tract development in seven years is underway, the first rumblings of a home construction recovery in the ultimate boom-and-bust region of...
  • Help for homeowners? That ain't nothing

    The current do-nothing Congress appears to be headed for its August recess safely in reach of winning the title for most do-nothingest assembly in U.S. history, which, let's face it, is not necessarily a bad thing. The nation breathes a sigh of relief...
  • Consignment couture in Baltimore

    Consignment couture in Baltimore
    In a city starved for luxury flagship retail stores, consignment shops are the closest thing fashionistas have to getting the same haute couture looks worn by the world's rich and famous. Although the fashions might not always be current, they are...
  • CBS Expects To Wrap Upfront As Buyers Estimate Volume Falls

    CBS said it was nearing completion of its sales for the "upfront" marketplace, which media buyers estimate will be down in terms of overall ad dollars committed in advance. CBS secured between $2.5 billion and $2.75 billion in 2013′s upfront...
  • Navy faces daunting task of counting desert petroglyphs

    Navy faces daunting task of counting desert petroglyphs
    Archaeologists know it as Renegade Canyon, a lava gorge in desert badlands with more than 1 million images of hunters, spirits and bighorn sheep etched in sharp relief on cliff faces and boulders. But this desert is in the heart of the China Lake...
  • Take dad to Paradise

    When it comes to showing your father how much you care today, cards, ties and tools are nice gestures. But let's face it. The way to your old man's heart is really through his stomach. So, if you haven't made lunch or dinner plans yet, give dad a day...
  • A few more sellers? SoCal housing inventory crept up in May

    A few more sellers? SoCal housing inventory crept up in May
    The supply of homes for sale in Southern California crept up in May, another sign that the region's housing market is stabilizing. But it remains at less than full health. If sales continue at the current pace, all listings on the market in metro Los...
  • Turner Uses Funny Or Die Connection To Lure Fiat For New Round Of Advertising

    After stuffing an Italian family of three in the backseat of its cars to humorous effect, Fiat is going to introduce a new clan from the land of pasta and espresso - a ploy that executives at Time Warner's Turner hopes generates interest from a broader...