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  • Jimmy Kimmel Takes Subway to Emmys

    Latenight host and Emmy nominee Jimmy Kimmel is forgoing the traditional drop-off for the Emmy red carpet this year. Kimmel posted a photo of himself and his wife Molly McNearney stepping through the turnstiles at Hollywood and Highland to take the Los...
  • NoHo building passes Actors' Equity audition for Western region office

    NoHo building passes Actors' Equity audition for Western region office
    Actors' Equity Assn., the union representing stage actors, has moved into a converted North Hollywood warehouse that it purchased for $5.2 million. The building, in the NoHo Arts District, now houses the union's Western region headquarters and its...
  • Franklin football grabs national MaxPreps ranking for medium schools

    Franklin football grabs national MaxPreps ranking for medium schools
    Franklin's football team received a No. 12 national ranking in MaxPreps preseason medium school rankings announced Tuesday. The Indians, who won their first state championship last season, return 18 starters including several of the area's best players....
  • Franklin offensive lineman Patrick Allen commits to Georgia

    Franklin offensive lineman Patrick Allen commits to Georgia
    Franklin offensive tackle Patrick Allen has committed to play football at Georgia. The 6-foot-5, 265-pound senior announced his commitment Monday night on his Twitter page. "I know that yall are really hype to know that I am officially commiting to...
  • Osceola aims for title of vacation-rental-home capital

    Osceola aims for title of vacation-rental-home capital
    Osceola County, often overshadowed by Orlando's global image as a vacation destination, is trying to stake out a patch of supremacy in Central Florida's crowded tourism landscape. Citing its huge inventory of vacation properties for rent, it's...
  • Orlando hotel occupancy highest since June 2005

    Orlando hotel occupancy highest since June 2005
    Orlando's hotel industry has been having a strong year as evidenced by solid occupancy rates and average daily room rates that are generally higher than last year's. But Visit Orlando, the region's chief tourism-marketing agency, points out that June'...
  • Orlando time-share VP on buying spree

    Orlando time-share VP on buying spree
    The buying spree has continued for Jim Gissy, longtime right-hand man for time-share magnate David Siegel. The vice president of sales and marketing at Westgate Resorts recently purchased the Golden Eagle Village shopping center at 2430 U.S. Highway...
  • Metro yanks Fox TV show bus ads branded as racist, offensive to women

    An advertisement for the new Fox television show “Red Band Society” was abruptly pulled from Los Angeles Metro buses Thursday after activists complained it was racist and offensive. The ads for the series that premiered this week show...
  • North Hollywood/Zev Yaroslavsky station? Stop the political madness

    North Hollywood/Zev Yaroslavsky station? Stop the political madness
    A Metro committee on Thursday backed a plan to rename two rail stations after termed-out Los Angeles County Supervisors Zev Yaroslavsky and Gloria Molina. If approved by the full Metro board -- which still includes the two supervisors -- on Oct. 2, the...
  • MTA bus and train fares to rise Monday

    MTA bus and train fares to rise Monday
    Commuters will start paying more this week to board buses and trains operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which is raising fares Monday morning for the first time in four years. At 12:01 a.m. Monday, one-way Metro...
  • Metro riders take fare hike in stride

    Metro riders take fare hike in stride
    The commuters who crowded along a broad, sunny sidewalk Monday morning in South Los Angeles craned their necks as bus after bus rumbled north on Vermont Avenue. As each vehicle pulled to the curb, a public address system said in a cool monotone,...