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  • Los Angeles Times Names Sean Gallagher Managing Editor, Online

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – September 28, 2009 – Following the well-received launch of its redesigned site, the Los Angeles Times today announced Sean Gallagher as Managing Editor, Online. In his new role Gallagher will be responsible for the...
  • The ethics of cutting household help

    The ethics of cutting household help
    As unemployment escalates and Americans face uncertain futures, cost-cutting has become the new national pastime. Coupon-clipping is in. Big-ticket items and indulgences are out -- as are many of the home-related services so many Southern Californians...
  • Man Survives 40-Story Plunge From High-Rise Building

    Man Survives 40-Story Plunge From High-Rise Building
    A man who plunged 40 stories from the rooftop of a West Side high-rise miraculously survived after crashing through the windshield of a parked car. The incident occurred Tuesday around 10:45 p.m. at a building located at West 63rd Street when Thomas...
  • Arrest Made In Murder Of Former High School Star Athlete

    Arrest Made In Murder Of Former High School Star Athlete
    New Jersey authorities arrested a person in connection with the murder of a former high school star athlete. Nicole Ayers, 22, was found dead of multiple stab wounds on a soccer field located in Southampton Township on Monday. Public work employees found...
  • Book review: 'When They Come for Us, We'll Be Gone' by Gal Beckerman

    Book review: 'When They Come for Us, We'll Be Gone' by Gal Beckerman
    When They Come for Us, We'll Be Gone The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry Gal Beckerman Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 598 pp., $30 If you think the Cold War is dead as the backdrop for any decent espionage story, you haven't read "When They Come for...
  • Watertown Native Dies In Iraq

    Watertown Native Dies In Iraq
    Gebrah Noonan, an Army private who died Thursday in Iraq, loved good literature and Michael Jackson and had a sense of humor sharp enough to get him voted class clown at Watertown High School. Noonan, 26, died Thursday in a non-combat incident in...
  • 201 Ellinson Court, Williamsburg, VA 23185

    201 Ellinson Court, Williamsburg, VA 23185
    On March 12th, Margaret D. Barry sold her residence at 201 Ellinson Ct. in Williamsburg, VA to James M. Derham and Joleen Schweitzer. The home was purchased for $655,000. James M. Derham is the Chief of Party at Development Alternatives, Inc., an...
  • Going west for AmericaFest

    Going west for AmericaFest
    The Fourth of July is a time for celebrating the birth of America and what the country stands for. Of course, some people celebrate more enthusiastically than others. This is true of the dozen or so teenagers, ranging from 16 to 20, who have put on...
  • Taschen makes its mark with high-end bookstores

    Taschen makes its mark with high-end bookstores
    When you walk into the Taschen bookstore in Beverly Hills, it feels as if you are entering the lavish private library of an art scholar. Illuminated shelves are lined with stunning and elaborate volumes on artists, architects, photographers and designers....
  • CBS takes the rap for not taking Grammy's rap

    CBS takes the rap for not taking Grammy's rap
    Grammy viewers might have wondered what the bleep happened to the music. During a medley performed near the end of Sunday's award show by rappers Lil Wayne, Eminem and Drake, CBS silenced the audio at least 10 times, presumably due to salty language....
  • Bridgeport Bishop Is An Energetic, Outspoken Defender Of Church

    Bishop William E. Lori stands before 141 married couples in the airy sanctuary of St. Theresa Church on a bright October afternoon. In a voice carrying the faintest trace of the Kentucky lilt that his Louisville upbringing suggests, he welcomes the...