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  • Here's what LAX passengers say TSA agents lost or damaged

    Here's what LAX passengers say TSA agents lost or damaged
    If you've had a laptop computer lost or damaged during security screening at Los Angeles International Airport, you are not alone.
  • Kevin John Murphy

    Kevin John Murphy
    Kevin John Murphy was born on September 9, 1953 in Long Beach, California to parents Warren and Shirley.  He lost his battle with cancer July 21, 2011 surrounded by his loving family. Kevin was a UCLA Bruin, something he was exceedingly proud of...

    The Paintings of John Murphy at Pump House Gallery in Hartford

    The Paintings of John Murphy at Pump House Gallery in Hartford
    After his wife, Johanna, a respected painter, passed away in 2001, photographer John Murphy planned to toss all her brushes, paints and supplies out the window. It's a good thing for Hartford that he didn't. Murphy's paintings, including "Guantanamo"...

    CCAG's Tom Swan, John Murphy, Others To Receive Community Service For Protest Blocking Interstate 84 Entrance At Broad Street In Hartford

    Twelve protestors are expected to perform community service next month after briefly blocking the Interstate 84 entrance near the state armory last week in an act of civil disobedience. The protest was led by union members and affiliated groups, and...

    Zion native power-poppers Shoes stun with first album since '94

    Zion native power-poppers Shoes stun with first album since '94
    KENOSHA -- Having shuttered their Zion-based studio and record label before the failing businesses destroyed their friendship, the three guys from the power-pop band Shoes know firsthand how brutal the music industry has become. The conventional wisdom...