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  • Sheila Krumholz -- she follows the money

    Sheila Krumholz -- she follows the money
    It was a California politico, Jesse Unruh, who nailed the relationship between dough and democracy: "Money is the mother's milk of politics." Where does it come from, and where does it go? Sheila Krumholz makes it her business to tell us. As executive...
  • Innovative home products poised to hit market

    Innovative home products poised to hit market
    In the market for a hot-water-dispensing refrigerator? That was just one of the innovative and unusual products on display recently at the International Builders' Show in Las Vegas. The annual event, put on by the National Association of Home Builders,...
  • Ron Kaye: Welcome to the China Century

    Longtime Los Angeles Teachers Union leader A.J. Duffy has changed his mind. He’s fought against charter schools, but now he’s starting his own; he’s protected tenure but now wants it easier to fire bad teachers, even to limit the...
  • Obama should focus on trade, energy, deregulation

    Obama should focus on trade, energy, deregulation
    America is in crisis. The new normal is not good enough. The unemployed can't find jobs, the old can't retire and those in between live in constant fear of being tapped on the shoulder and thrust into the abyss. Property values are lower than a snake'...
  • Could small nukes be the energy answer?

    Scrambling to shrink their carbon footprints, federal agencies in Hampton Roads and beyond are eyeing a proven yet controversial source of energy: nuclear power. But they’re not pursuing large-scale power plants that tend to evoke the accidents at...
  • Looking forward to a stealth flyover

    Roberta Medford writes (“Keep bombers away from Rose Parade”, Dec. 18) to criticize the U.S. Air Force’s flyover of a B-2 stealth bomber in Pasadena’s Rose Parade. In contrast, I applaud and look forward to it playing an...
  • Memo to Schaller: Conservatives are not anarchists

    Thomas F. Schaller makes the usual liberal mischaracterization of conservatives by asking in his op-ed column, "Why do conservatives hate government so much?" ("How government is like insurance," June 29). Of course, this is completely inaccurate since...
  • Resident benefits from, builds on community's amenities

    Resident benefits from, builds on community's amenities
    When he's not sailing or playing music you would likely find John Gilbert in the woodworking shop at Plymouth Place in La Grange Park. Gilbert was instrumental in planning the shop during a renovation project several years ago and is partially...
  • The long road to the Baltimore Grand Prix

    The long road to the Baltimore Grand Prix
    Steven Wehner had overcome dyslexia, a stint in jail on drug charges and the loss of his repair shop on Martha's Vineyard. Living in the basement of his mother's Rodgers Forge home, he set his sights on his biggest challenge yet: Bringing an IndyCar...
  • Listing details: 340 Corona Ave., Long Beach

    Location: 340 Corona Ave., Long Beach 90803 Asking price: $2,199,000 Lot previously sold for: $1.05 million in 2005 Size: Four bedrooms and 3 3/4 bathrooms in 3,850 square feet Lot size: 6,010 square feet Additional features: General Electric...
  • Charles A. Lombardo

      Charles A. Lombardo, 57 of Burbank, California, died August 14, 2011. He was born October 28, 1953 in Buffalo, New York the son of late Salvatore and Donna Lombardo. He was the second of four siblings. He was married from 1982-1987 to Susan Fabrizio....