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  • L.A. theater openings, Nov. 9-16: 'O Réjane' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Nov. 9-16: 'O Réjane' and more
    The Tony-winning musical "Kinky Boots" struts into the Pantages, and a fashionable French actress is remembered in the world premiere of "O Réjane" at Bootleg Theater.
  • Commentary: Renewed airport pact is part of historic effort

    An historic day to ensure that John Wayne Airport remains the most noise-restricted airport in the nation passed this week. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved the draft environmental impact report, selected the proposed project and authorized...

    READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Wing And Connecticut Soaring Association Partner For Flight

    Civil Air Patrol's Connecticut Wing has entered a new phase in its service to youth by establishing a glider facility at Danielson Airport in cooperation with the Connecticut Soaring Association (CSA). The two organizations have signed a memorandum of...

    Commentary: Get informed before JWA settlement expires

    The county of Orange has announced that the environmental impact report for the proposed amendment of the John Wayne Airport Settlement Agreement is now available. In general, an EIR serves to inform governmental agencies and the public of a project's...

    Agency: Dorothy Brown's husband lacks psychologist license

    Agency: Dorothy Brown's husband lacks psychologist license
    The husband of Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown, already under investigation for his role in an Illinois anti-violence program, now finds himself under the scrutiny of state regulators who say he's presenting himself as a clinical...