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  • SAG-AFTRA, SoundExchange Find $2.3 Million in Digital Royalties for Performers

    SAG-AFTRA and SoundExchange have identified nearly 2,000 union members who may have a cumulative $2.3 million in unclaimed royalties for use of their recordings from digital radio services. SAG-AFTRA and SoundExchange announced Wednesday that funds...
  • Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF

    Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF
    Starting Friday, locals can celebrate Fiesta Days and Memorial weekend in La Cañada with a number of events, including a vintage car show and fireworks. Here is the lineup for upcoming Memorial Day events: Memorial Weekend Fiesta Days — May 23...
  • Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam

    Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam
    Glendale police have arrested a 62-year-old Los Angeles man on suspicion of felony financial elder abuse in relation to an alleged lottery phone scam. The investigation into Carl Bullock’s activities began in March when a Glendale bank employee...
  • Give your search a helping hand with alternatives primed for growth

    Some career fields are in worse shape than others. We've identified struggling professions that you might want to think twice about entering. All are shedding positions, most are saddled with below-average pay and many come with high stress, based on such...
  • Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area

    Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area
    Google and Amazon are going head to head over Los Angeles shoppers, launching same-day delivery services in the area within days of each other. Google said Sunday it is expanding its Google Shopping Express program to West Los Angeles and Manhattan from...
  • Famous avant-garde artist Georgia O'Keeffe shakes up 1930s Williamsburg

    Famous avant-garde artist Georgia O'Keeffe shakes up 1930s Williamsburg
    Georgia O'Keeffe was already a world-renowned Modern artist when she returned to her family's former home in Williamsburg to receive an honorary degree from the College of William and Mary on May 7, 1938. But to many residents of this small Southern...
  • Amazon.com expands Sunday delivery to 15 more cities

    Amazon.com expands Sunday delivery to 15 more cities
    Online retail behemoth Amazon.com is expanding its Sunday delivery option to 15 additional cities after  rolling out the service in Los Angeles and New York last year. The Seattle retailer, which has partnered with the U.S. Postal Service, will ensure...
  • Searching For E.B. White's Peaceful Maine And Bear Spring Camps

    ROME, MAINE — When I pulled off I-95 near Augusta, Maine, I needed gas and caffeine. But something else was even more pressing. The cover of E.B. White's book "One Man's Meat" that I had torn off and affixed to my passenger seat was falling off....
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' premiere slings a glitzy web

    'Amazing Spider-Man 2' premiere slings a glitzy web
    NEW YORK -- “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is one of the splashiest of the many action-adventures to debut this moviegoing season, so it’s fitting that it had a premiere to match. On Thursday night outside this city’s landmark...
  • California House delegation urges Postal Service to nix Staples deal

    California House delegation urges Postal Service to nix Staples deal
    A California House delegation led by Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) is calling on Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe to reject a recent pilot program with Staples to operate retail mail counters at 82 U.S. stores.  The pilot program, announced in...
  • The end of affirmative action

    Sometimes doctrines just vanish, once they appear as naked as the proverbial emperor in his new clothes. Something like that seems now to be happening with affirmative action. Despite all the justifications for its continuance, polling shows the public...