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  • Guild topic is Middle Eastern politics

    Guild topic is Middle Eastern politics
    The USC Trojan Guild of Los Angeles welcomed Glendale resident Richard H. Dekmejian, professor of political science and director of the Institute of Armenian Studies at USC, as its guest speaker at the first fall meeting on Oct. 4 in the Davidson...
  • 'The Sessions' tells tale of the virgin's diary ★★★ 1/2

    'The Sessions' tells tale of the virgin's diary ★★★ 1/2
    In 1990 the writer Mark O'Brien contributed an article for the literary magazine The Sun called "On Seeing a Sex Surrogate." A survivor of childhood polio, the substantially disabled O'Brien spent much of his sleeping and waking hours confined to an...
  • Spago and Michael's look forward with new faces

    Spago and Michael's look forward with new faces
    "The revolution has succeeded and it's been televised," says Michael McCarty, sitting over a plate of heirloom tomatoes with burrata on the patio of his Santa Monica restaurant, Michael's. "Five-year-olds are watching 'Top Chef' now." And the next...
  • Marti A. Engele Sept. 2, 1933-Oct. 19, 2012

    Marti A. Engele Sept. 2, 1933-Oct. 19, 2012
    Marti A. Engele In Memoriam September 2, 1933 – October 19, 2012 Marti Engele passed away peacefully on October 19, 2012 while recuperating from surgery and is now with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was born and educated in Portland,...
  • Retailers say they are bullish on in-store and online holiday sales

    Domingo Catalan powered through the Thanksgiving night crowds to get his children toys. He methodically checked all the boxes on his relatives' wish lists on Black Friday. And before he goes to work as a data analyst for a government contractor on Cyber...
  • Black Friday shoppers may have done more browsing than buying

    Black Friday shoppers may have done more browsing than buying
    Domingo Catalan powered through the Thanksgiving night crowds to get his children toys. He methodically checked all the boxes on his relatives' wish lists on Black Friday. And before he goes to work as a data analyst for a government contractor on Cyber...
  • Apps for navigating the Summer Olympics

    Apps for navigating the Summer Olympics
    Leave the hurdles to the athletes as you live like a local during the London Games by sampling these apps. Although some are Apple only, most of these apps work on Android and iOS devices for phones and tablets, such as the iPad. If an app works on...
  • 10 ways social media is ruining your life

    10 ways social media is ruining your life
    Melodramatic? Maybe a little. But, seriously, your obsession with social media and your Instagram feed is probably sending you straight to Crazy Town.   I tend to roll my eyes at every report about a new “study” just released that contains...
  • John Barleycorn River North set to open

    John Barleycorn River North set to open
    November 2012 update: John Barleycorn River North is due to open Nov. 15. Article originally published July 10, 2012.  Downtown Chicago football fans will have one more option when it comes to sports bars this season with John Barleycorn River North due...
  • Focus on Instagram

    Focus on Instagram
    If you're old enough to appreciate a Polaroid camera, you remember the excitement of snapping a photo, waving it a few times until it developed and then passing it around or sticking it on the refrigerator. Instagram is a lot like that. And while you can...
  • Tech firms' data gathering worries most Californians, poll finds

    Tech firms' data gathering worries most Californians, poll finds
    California's high-tech firms make the world's most popular smartphones, social networks and search engines, but there's one asset they're struggling to build: trust. The vast majority of Californians surveyed in a statewide poll are worried about the...