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  • Comikaze lures ‘Thrones’ cast, Batman, cosplayers to downtown L.A.

     
    More than 60,000 sci-fi, fantasy and comics fans are gathering at the Los Angeles Convention Center downtown this Halloween weekend […]...
  • Friends of the Libraries: That skills gap is yours to close

    An Oct. 31 story in the Los Angeles Times by Tiffany Hsu, "A 'skills gap' is blamed for slow hiring," stated that California employers are seeking qualities that many candidates don't have. Some of the missing qualities are English-language competency,...
  • Rauner talks 'compassion,' 'competitiveness' after bruising campaign

    Rauner talks 'compassion,' 'competitiveness' after bruising campaign
    Following tens of millions of dollars in merciless attack ads, Republican Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner on Thursday emphasized the terms “compassion” and “competitiveness” to describe his vision of Illinois as he unveiled a diverse,...
  • Bob Hertzberg, elected to state Senate, also takes job at law firm

    Bob Hertzberg, elected to state Senate, also takes job at law firm
    Democrat Bob Hertzberg, who was elected to the state Senate this week, also has accepted a job as a government affairs attorney with the law firm Glaser Weil. Hertzberg, who more than a decade ago served as a speaker of the state Assembly, won...
  • Fritz Walker: State House rejects common-sense gun control provision

    Fritz Walker: State House rejects common-sense gun control provision
    Background checks are a common-sense safeguard that require gun sellers to first check if a buyer is a convicted felon, domestic abuser or mentally incompetent, and therefore prohibited from purchasing firearms. By federal law, sales of all firearms by...
  • Fort Lauderdale airport putting on a pretty face

    Fort Lauderdale airport putting on a pretty face
    The new south runway is just the beginning. Over the next three years, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport plans several major projects, from refurbishing the terminals to upgrading signs, part of its $2.3 billion improvement program. Many...
  • Windsor Schools To Honor Veterans In Many Ways On Tuesday

    WINDSOR — As has been the custom since 2005, Windsor public schools will be open on Veterans Day Tuesday. Traditionally the district uses the day to teach students about the importance of honoring veterans through a variety of events and activities...
  • The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark

    The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark
    It was easy for Maziar Bahari and Jon Stewart to laugh now. They were sharing a table in the shade of oak trees at the annual film festival here, where their movie, "Rosewater," had just screened to five sellout audiences over Labor Day weekend. An...
  • A hot condo market, but a mortgage squeeze for entry-level buyers

    Call it the condo conundrum: Demand for condominium units is rising in many urban areas nationwide, according to new real estate industry estimates, yet mortgage financing is getting squeezed for entry-level condo buyers by a key federal agency. List...
  • REVIEW: 'Camelot' at Drury Lane Theatre

     REVIEW: 'Camelot' at Drury Lane Theatre
    Given its inexorable associations with the glamorous Kennedy White House and such formidable but distant personas as Richard Burton and Julie Andrews, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's exquisitely scored "Camelot" now usually comes with a retro...
  • A nostalgic walk in the 'Woods'

    Into the woods, And who can tell What's waiting on the journey? —Prologue, "Into the Woods" * A steady stream of props and memories is flowing into Costa Mesa in advance of a Broadway reunion of unprecedented scope. Composer and lyricist...