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  • The cars are the stars

    The cars are the stars
    If you name a classic muscle car, Tim Miller will tell you he probably owns it. And if you ask him if you could look at it, he'll most likely say yes. The owner of Surf City Garage opened the shop's doors to the public Sunday for its fifth annual car...
  • Los Angeles Philharmonic to hold free concert with YOLA in September

    Los Angeles Philharmonic to hold free concert with YOLA in September
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic will hold a free, open-house concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall in September, featuring conductor Gustavo Dudamel and musicians from the Youth Orchestra of L.A. Members of the two orchestras will perform a matinee concert...
  • Reed will retire from school district

    Darrin Reed, who is battling leukemia, has retired from his job with the Laguna Beach Unified School District, he said Thursday by phone. Reed, the former executive assistant to the superintendent, is leaving after 14 years with the district to keep his...
  • Calendar: Walt Disney Concert Hall's 10th anniversary concerts

     Calendar: Walt Disney Concert Hall's 10th anniversary concerts
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic kicks off its celebration of Walt Disney Concert Hall's 10th anniversary with three free community concerts: Wednesday at City of Hope in Duarte, Thursday at Wilshire United Methodist Church in Los Angeles and Saturday at...
  • Artist really connects with his work

    Artist really connects with his work
    The picture that Yatzie Dee took down from the wall looked, to an uninformed eye, like a depiction of a myth or a tribal memory — certainly nothing that reflected life in modern Southern California. But as Dee spoke in his soft, high voice, the...
  • Patient is out of network, out of luck

     Patient is out of network, out of luck
    A worrisome abdominal pain drove Jalal Afshar to seek treatment last year at healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente. The Pasadena resident and Kaiser member had lived for years with a rare condition known as Castleman's disease, which affects the lymph...
  • FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma

    FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma
    Less than five months after a pair of biotech companies submitted a candidate cancer drug to the Food & Drug Administration, the FDA has approved the drug ibrutinib as a "breakthrough therapy" for a rare and deadly form of the cancer, mantle cell...
  • Area doctors appear on cable program

    Two area doctors are featured this month on former state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s cable TV program “The Question Is.” City of Hope Chief Medical Officer Dr. Alexandra Levine, a La Caņada Flintridge resident, and Dr. Laura...
  • Some breast cancer patients don't benefit from surgery or radiation

    Some breast cancer patients don't benefit from surgery or radiation
    Patients with metastatic breast cancer who respond to chemotherapy are unlikely to see any additional benefits from surgery or radiation therapy, according to leaders of a new clinical trial. The randomized, controlled study, which was presented...
  • Boyd: 'I am cancer free'

    Boyd: 'I am cancer free'
    Kelly Boyd says the hard part of his cancer treatment has passed. Boyd, 69, sounded relaxed when he discussed the next phase of treatment — a stem cell transplant. For three weeks beginning Friday, the Laguna Beach city councilman will stay at...
  • Personal Websites, Other Online Tools Can Help Boost Patients' Mood

    Women with breast cancer who created a personal website about their health reported feeling less depressed, more positive and having a greater appreciation for life in a recent small study. Though cancer patients have long benefited from support...