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  • 1929 radio weather broadcasts help pilots

     
    New $20,000 Federal Airway radio station in Glendale with one of its 128-foot towers. Hourly weather reports are broadcast to pilots and airports....
  • Mike Francesa finds a new TV home on Fox Sports 1

     
    Mike Francesa, the king of New York City sports-talk radio, has found a new home after his exit from the YES Network last month. Here are the particulars from a WFAN release: New York – Mike Francesa, a true icon of sports talk radio in America,...
  • Designer L'Wren Scott was not just 'Mick Jagger's girlfriend'

    L’Wren Scott, the designer, celebrity stylist and former model who died Monday in what appears to be a suicide, once said, "I'm a fashion designer. I don't want to be defined as someone's girlfriend." That followed her into death, as many news...
  • Many clicks, One Laguna

    Many clicks, One Laguna
    Anybody stepping into One Laguna should feel, well, connected. Exposed brick and hardwood interiors, outfitted with surfboards, art, motor suits and other memorabilia, are juxtaposed with 17 touch screens of different sizes. Details and images of Laguna...
  • Top actors sign on to 'Billboard Sitting' film

    Three prominent actors have been signed to play supporting roles in "The Great WTYT 960 Billboard Sitting Contest," the film at the center of a multimedia event by Zeke Zelker of Forks Township. The actors, the first of more than 60 who will be cast,...
  • Film Review: 'The Winding Stream'

    Rocker-turned-documentarian Beth Harrington ("Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly") celebrates the Carter and Cash family and its enduring contributions to country, folk and roots music in "The Winding Stream," an impressively researched and...
  • A Kennedy Stirs Connecticut's Politics

    State Sen. Ed Meyer, D-Guilford, will not seek a sixth term in November. He has been a brave soldier in the endless battle to protect the public's right to know what its government is doing. This is harder duty than most people think. Those invested...
  • Startup businesses have more office options

    Startup businesses have more office options
    Startup companies seeking to lease month-to-month office space — and get guidance on growing their businesses at the same time — suddenly have more options in South Florida. Long-time business incubator Enterprise Development Corp. has moved...
  • Ridley-Thomas obtains building permit to renovate garage

    Ridley-Thomas obtains building permit to renovate garage
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas obtained a building permit Friday to renovate what appears to be an improperly converted garage at his Leimert Park home by adding a carport and removing a section of the detached building. The request to...
  • Deport Justin Bieber Drive Gains a Supporter: Virginia Senator Mark Warner

    A drive to deport Justin Bieber has either jumped the shark, or entered the realm of calculated political ploy. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), running for reelection this year, told a Virginia radio station that he would add his name to a White House petition...
  • L.A. Zinefest returns Sunday in Culver City

    L.A. Zinefest returns Sunday in Culver City
    L.A. zinesters, their friends, family and fans will be gathering Sunday in Culver City for the city's third annual Zinefest. A conversation with Jaime Hernandez of Love and Rockets fame will close out the event at 5:15 p.m. It's a celebration of zines,...