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San Diego LGBT Pride Parade

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  • Jays scoop up CV grad

    GLENDALE — Right around 3:30 p.m. PDT on Tuesday, Bryan Longpre's flight from California to Florida landed. With his arrival, Longpre took a step toward his ultimate destination of Toronto, as the Crescenta Valley High graduate is set to sign a...
  • Gas leak contained at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport about 7:30 a.m. today, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and to evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking gas....
  • It's a fair time in San Diego for gardeners

    I enjoy county fairs. I probably haven't missed one in 30 years. It's cheap entertainment, but it's the down-to-earth style and community spirit of a county fair that appeals to me the most. There was a time when county fairs were exclusively a place...
  • Gas line struck at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport at about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking...
  • Newport investigating potential project's impacts

    Newport Beach city planners are taking a fresh look at a high-rise residential and retail development proposed for a dormant industrial site along Jamboree Road, near the border with Irvine. The project, at the former semiconductor plant owned by...
  • Winners of Times' Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2009 honor, in the words of Editor Russ Stanton, "the work of a newsroom whose ambition has been unbowed by the seismic forces affecting change upon our industry." Pacific Time podcast host Michelle Maltais interviewed........
  • Davies, Govan, Cuno: Museum directors remember James Wood

     
    James N. Wood, who died Friday at age 69, was a leader of museum leaders. Along with directing particular institutions over the years, including the St. Louis Museum of Art (1975-1980), the Art Institute of Chicago (1980-2004) and, from 2007......
  • Hey, it's show biz! GOP music to welcome Democratic First Lady Michelle Obama

     
    But don't worry it all turned out OK and Barbara Boxer even showed up....
  • Top teenage California puck prospects to gather in Anaheim

     
    Want a glimpse of hockey's future? The Ducks will host their fourth annual West Coast Prospects Camp Friday through Sunday at Anaheim Ice, and you might see a future NHL star among the more than 120 players, whose ages range......
  • Orlando gets its Grease Sing-Along Date

     
    As I suggested back when the “Ocala wins Grease premiere” announcement, Orlando, despite supposedly casting the second highest sing-along-with-Grease vote tally, won't get the film until Thursday, July 15, a week after some cities which camein...
  • Your Commute: Live L.A. traffic conditions

     
    Los Angeles Long Beach East L.A./Pasadena Thousand Oaks MORE: Westside | Orange County | San Fernando Valley | Inland Empire | Ventura | San Diego...