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  • Professional Bull Riding makes first stop in Allentown, stresses its events are a show

     
    Professional bull riding made its first stop in Allentown on Thursday. PPL Center General Manager Gunnar Fox, from left, professional bull rider Billy Robinson and Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski stand with poster in front of PPL Center Touring...
  • Ben Hoberman dies at 91; former KABC manager pioneered all-talk radio

    Ben Hoberman dies at 91; former KABC manager pioneered all-talk radio
    When radio executive Ben Hoberman took over the operation of KABC radio in Los Angeles in 1960, the station's amiable fare included shows like Don McNeill's "Breakfast Club" with music and gentle comedy. Hoberman launched a new format. And in doing so,...
  • Times' new 'RealTime Desk' to focus on breaking news online

     Times' new 'RealTime Desk' to focus on breaking news online
    The Times is taking a new approach to covering breaking news with the creation of a "RealTime news desk" that will focus on coverage for the relaunched latimes.com. Deputy Managing Editor Megan Garvey, who is overseeing the effort, says the RealTime...
  • Mayfair returns Friday to Allentown Fairgrounds: How did it work, and what's new

     
    Last year, Allentown’s Mayfair Festival of the Arts made the most radical changes in its history. After 26 years in the city’s Cedar Beach park, buffeted by rain and flooding and barely staying afloat, the festival moved to part of......
  • Buy tickets to see Cher at Allentown's PPL Center before they go on public sale

     
    Seeing pop diva Cher at Allentown’s new PPL Center on Sept. 15 will be pretty cool. Scoring a seat closer to the stage of the 10,000-capacity venue because you were able to buy a seat before they went on sale......
  • NPR picks L.A. media veteran Jarl Mohn as its new chief

     NPR picks L.A. media veteran Jarl Mohn as its new chief
    Pasadena public radio station KPCC-FM (89.3) grabbed the national spotlight with Friday's announcement that Jarl Mohn, the media industry veteran who ran E! Entertainment Television through most of the 1990s, will be National Public Radio's next president...
  • Pay-TV field could shrink again with AT&T interest in DirecTV

    A rush among the nation's largest pay-TV and Internet providers to get even bigger could have profound effects on consumers and competition. Telecommunications giant AT&T has approached DirecTV about buying the satellite broadcaster in a bid to become...
  • Longtime L.A. Times Journalist John Horn Exits For KPCC Radio Hosting Gig

    Longtime Los Angeles Times film reporter John Horn is leaving the newspaper to host public radio station KPCC's upcoming arts and entertainment program. Horn has been the lead film writer at the L.A. Times since 2002 and regularly moderates live events...
  • Candidates seeking to replace Yaroslavsky criticize jail plan

    Candidates seeking to replace Yaroslavsky criticize jail plan
    Four major candidates seeking to replace Zev Yaroslavsky on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday criticized a recently approved $2-billion plan to rebuild the aging Men's Central Jail, saying the project should be changed. Former Santa...
  • WLRN's Trivia Night at Riverside Market

    WLRN's Trivia Night at Riverside Market
    Did you know the first Florida flag had a motto when the state joined the union in 1845? It was: "Let us alone." This is the type of question you can expect at A Night of South Florida Trivia tonight at the Riverside Market and Café in Fort Lauderdale,...
  • Sheriff's Department says Compton surveillance system not useful

    Sheriff's Department says Compton surveillance system not useful
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday that an airborne video-surveillance program that was tested in 2012 was deemed not useful for the agency's crime-fighting needs. Under the nine-day trial program in January 2012, a video camera...