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  • Disney park crowding reveals options: Hike rates or expand

     Disney park crowding reveals options: Hike rates or expand
    "The Happiest Place on Earth" has become one of the most crowded. Tourists and annual pass holders are flooding Disneyland and California Adventure in large numbers, causing headaches for guests and park officials. Waits for rides often stretch over...
  • Disneyland, the happiest, most crowded, most fleecing park on Earth

    Disneyland, the happiest, most crowded, most fleecing park on Earth
    They don't call Disneyland the Magic Kingdom for nothing: It takes a lot of hocus pocus to make an expansive outdoor space sicken people with claustrophobia. Even more magical is that people continue to show up in record numbers, even as they're being...
  • Hotel with exclusive indoor water park is rising near Disneyland

    A big hotel with its own indoor water park is being built near Disneyland as a growing Wisconsin resort operator brings a new tourist attraction to Southern California. Construction officially started Wednesday on a $300-million woodsy-themed inn and...
  • Community center bets on Casino Night

    Community center bets on Casino Night
    The Community Center of La CaƱada Flintridge hosts this Friday its annual Casino Night fundraiser, where it hopes to raise at least $10,000 toward maintaining programs and facilities. The event is one of several that provide a lifeline for the center,...
  • The 7 deadly sins of theme-park visitors

    The 7 deadly sins of theme-park visitors
    Is it the heat in Florida that makes people crazy? Is it the overstimulation of the theme parks? The pure joy of being on vacation or just away from soul-smothering workplaces? Whatever the reason, there's no excuse for leaving your social graces at...
  • Kidnapping suspect, woman seemed to live normal lives, neighbors say

    Kidnapping suspect, woman seemed to live normal lives, neighbors say
    The young woman and her husband lived what looked like a normal life in Bell Gardens, working long hours, celebrating birthdays, even taking trips to Disneyland and Universal Studios with their young daughter, neighbors say. But authorities say the...
  • Kidnapping claims conflict with neighbors' view of Bell Gardens couple

    Kidnapping claims conflict with neighbors' view of Bell Gardens couple
    The young woman and her husband lived what looked like a normal life in Bell Gardens, working long hours, celebrating birthdays, even taking trips to Disneyland and Universal Studios with their young daughter, neighbors say. But authorities say the...
  • Attorney on alleged 10-year captive: 'Why is she coming forward now?'

    Attorney on alleged 10-year captive: 'Why is she coming forward now?'
    The attorney for the man accused of kidnapping a Santa Ana girl when she was 15, raping her and holding her captive for 10 years vigorously denied the charges this week, questioning why the now 25-year-old woman would wait until now to come forward....
  • Living Here: Amusements and attractions

     Living Here: Amusements and attractions
    If you think you'll be bored in Hampton Roads, try a few of these: American Rover. Sightseeing and party cruises on a tall ship. Narrated sailings and dinner cruises daily, rain or shine. Cruising mid-April through late October. Reservations encouraged....
  • The Disney way of making you pay

    The Disney way of making you pay
    Walt Disney Co.'s decision to raise admission prices to Disneyland and California Adventure by 4% is one more example of a family tradition fading quickly. ("Disney park crowding reveals options: Hike rates or expand," Business, May 21) As a lifetime...
  • Dewey the Dragon debuts as Burbank Library mascot

    Dewey the Dragon debuts as Burbank Library mascot
    A fuzzy green dragon wearing black-rimmed glasses and a blue vest burst through the doors at the Buena Vista Library Wednesday night as dozens of Burbank residents clapped and smiled. “It’s nice to see this guy,” said Chris Runco, the...