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  • Commentary: Newport-Mesa architecture is unimaginative

    Nearly 40 years ago, I interviewed Newport Beach architect William Ficker and asked why most of the major buildings in the Newport-Mesa area lacked strong architectural design. Ficker's answer was that it requires a mature community to accept strong...
  • Local Q&A: Tree

    Local Q&A: Tree
    Tree's profile is growing more rapidly than even his name would suggest. The 29-year-old Chicago rapper/producer earned a coveted slot at the Pitchfork Music Festival on the strength of his newest mixtape, "Sunday School II: When Church Lets Out," and...
  • Sloan and Sagansky launch IPO for Silver Eagle Acquisition Corp.

    Sloan and Sagansky launch IPO for Silver Eagle Acquisition Corp.
    Silver Eagle Acquisition Corp., an investment shell company founded by longtime media heavyweights Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky, plans to raise $250 million through an initial public offering.  Silver Eagle said it would sell 25 million shares at $10 a...
  • Who needs sleep? Not Len Kasper

    Who needs sleep? Not Len Kasper
    Despite the fact that he himself plays Wrigley Field 81 times a year, Cubs play-by-play broadcaster Len Kasper said he hasn't given die-hard Cubs fan and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder any tips ahead of his show Friday. "I don't think I could give...
  • Charlotte Rampling gives 'Dexter' a fresh kind of edge

    Charlotte Rampling has gone from "The Look" to "The Legend." She received the moniker "The Look" when as a beautiful, carefree dolly bird in swinging '60s London she made an early name for herself in Richard Lester's 1965 comedy "The Knack" and 1966's...
  • Md. Republicans offer realistic alternatives to higher taxes, fees and tolls

    Md. Republicans offer realistic alternatives to higher taxes, fees and tolls
    I am responding to your editorial in which you take aim at Republicans for daring to protest the gas tax, the rain tax and the tolls that became effective July 1 ("Tolls, taxes and fees," July 3). Specifically, you condemn the Republican leadership...
  • Zimmerman verdict: Multiple people taken into custody by LAPD

    Zimmerman verdict: Multiple people taken into custody by LAPD
    Multiple protesters denouncing the George Zimmerman verdict were taken into custody Monday night  after Los Angeles police declared an unlawful assembly in the Crenshaw district.  The police actions came after several hours of lawlessness along Crenshaw...
  • L.A. officials urge calm, vow to crack down on protesters

    L.A. officials urge calm, vow to crack down on protesters
    Los Angeles officials late Monday night commended police in their response to violence following a protest of the George Zimmerman verdict and vowed to crack down on similar actions beginning Tuesday. About 350 Los Angeles Police Department officers...
  • Tuesday traffic: No unscheduled road closures at 9:10 a.m.

    Tuesday traffic: No unscheduled road closures at 9:10 a.m.
    Traffic moved without unscheduled road closures at 9:10 a.m., after several incidents in Baltimore City and its suburbs were cleared, according to the state Department of Transportation. The Maryland Transit Administration reported minor delays on the...
  • Missing Burbank man with Down syndrome found safe in Alhambra

    Missing Burbank man with Down syndrome found safe in Alhambra
    The 35-year-old missing Burbank man with Down syndrome was found in “good” condition after taking a bus to Alhambra, police said. Mark Aguilar had last been seen at 10 a.m. walking near the intersection of San Fernando Boulevard and Olive...
  • Rail quiet zone plan put on hold in Glendale

    Rail quiet zone plan put on hold in Glendale
    Glendale's plan to apply for a "quiet zone" for trains passing through the San Fernando Corridor faces yet another delay. Officials this week confirmed that a major safety improvement project for the Broadway/Brazil Street crossing has been delayed...