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  • The Defense Attorneys: Michael D. Schwartz, 42; William Hadden, 55

    Since 2001, Michael D. Schwartz has been an associate attorney at Silver, Hadden, Silver, Wexler and Levine in Santa Monica, where he has represented police officers, firefighters and other public employees in administrative, criminal and civil...
  • Everybody loves Phil Rosenthal's movie night

    Everybody loves Phil Rosenthal's movie night
    IT'S THE hottest day of the year -- 91 degrees -- and Phil Rosenthal is stacking almond wood kindling in the pizza oven of his Hancock Park home. In little more than an hour, a cook from Pizzeria Mozza will arrive, as he does most Sunday nights, and begin...
  • April 6 - Author Vincenza Scarpaci

    The Journey of the Italians in America To purchase a copy of the book: The Journey of the Italians in America Upcoming events: Meet and greet the author; coffee reception & autographing Monday, April 6 2 PM Casa Italia Library 1621 N. 39th Ave. Stone...
  • Martin Tankleff Graduates From Hofstra University

    Martin Tankleff Graduates From Hofstra University
    Clad in a black cap and gown, Martin Tankleff looked like any other graduate on the Hofstra University football field, where a blustery wind and light rain quickened the pace of Sunday's commencement. Yet for Tankleff, 38 - who spent 17 years in prison...
  • Hofstra Law Dean Honored To Be Mentioned For Supreme Court

    Hofstra Law Dean Honored To Be Mentioned For Supreme Court
    Much to her surprise, the dean of Hofstra University Law School woke Sunday morning to find she had just been thrust into the national political conversation as a possible contender for a seat on the United States Supreme Court. National Public Radio...
  • Community Pays Tribute to Slain NYC Officer Killed in Friendly Fire

    Community Pays Tribute to Slain NYC Officer Killed in Friendly Fire
    Community leaders and members of the Brooklyn neighborhood where slain New York City cop Omar Edwards lived, paid tribute to the officer Sunday, after he was gunned down in friendly fire in East Harlem. A 200-car motorcade memorial made its way through...
  • Where the Boys Are: Palm Beach football players in college

    American Heritage-Delray Josh Pee: WR; Carson-Newman; So. Dominique Battle: DB; Cincinnati; Fr. Alicus Nozinor: WR; Eastern Illinois University; Sr. Corey Riley: DL; Eastern Michigan University; Sr. Warley Leroy: K; Florida Atlantic University; R-Sr....
  • Constitutional review

    The Genius of America: How the Constitution Saved Our Country and Why It Can Again By Eric Lane and Michael Oreskes Bloomsbury, 305 pages, $22.95 A More Perfect Constitution: 23 Proposals to Revitalize Our Constitution and Make America a Fairer Country...
  • Softball: Players to watch

    Heather BrownNortheast, pitcher // The junior, who led the Eagles to the Class 3A state title game last spring, has good velocity, an array of pitches and pinpoint command. Jessica ButlerTowson Catholic, pitcher // The hard-throwing sophomore, who has...
  • Obama vs. McCain: Debating debates

     
    by Mark Silva Who wants a debate? The underdog, generally. Who doesn't? Someone who has something to lose. Republican Sen. John McCain, pressing Democratic Sen. Barack Obama for a weekly series of "town-hall''-styled debates, faces a mere six-point...
  • McCain's NY promise morphs into his NJ strategy

     
    John McCain stood at Rockefeller Center earlier this year and made a bold prediction: I will carry New York in the fall campaign, something no Republican has done since 1984. "We're going to campaign all over this magnificent state. We're......