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  • Newton: What about the Port of Los Angeles?

    Newton: What about the Port of Los Angeles?
    It's fun for mayoral candidates to imagine eliminating potholes or building new trains to link the Valley to the Westside. It's not hard to support a spiffed-up LAX (really, what's hard to believe is that it's taken this long) or legions of new police...
  • When two writers make a wrong

    We sit in the bar at the Palomar Hotel in Westwood. He keeps reaching for my hand. His fingers are smaller than mine. His touch doesn't exactly revile me, but it doesn't arouse me, either. I don't want to hurt his feelings. I tell him that I wish to...
  • Scott Stantis

    Scott Stantis
    Title: Editorial Cartoonist Hometown: San Diego, Calif. College: Los Angeles Harbor College Personal: Married for over two decades to my college sweetheart, Janien. We have two sons. Spencer, who is finishing his senior year at Auburn University, is...
  • Lawsuits target proposed rail yard for Los Angeles harbor

    Lawsuits target proposed rail yard for Los Angeles harbor
    Environmentalists and Long Beach officials are seeking a court order to stop the Port of Los Angeles from proceeding with plans to build a $500-million rail yard that could affect low-income neighborhoods nearby. The Natural Resources Defense Council,...
  • L.A. City Council OKs ban on plastic grocery and carryout bags

    L.A. City Council OKs ban on plastic grocery and carryout bags
    Los Angeles on Tuesday became the largest city in the nation to move toward a ban on plastic grocery bags, with the City Council barring them in supermarkets, convenience stores and any big retailer that sells groceries. Nearly three weeks after a...
  • About George Mihaiu

    About George Mihaiu
    George is the president and founder of Fort Lauderdale Media Associates, Inc., and personally directs all the company's projects and publications. With 20 years of award-winning international custom publishing experience, in print and online, for...
  • Men's Soccer: Pirates, Vikings all tied

    COSTA MESA — Unlike what happened five days hence, Orange Coast College men's soccer coach Kevin Smith said he believed, on the field at least Tuesday night, his team got what it deserved. Days after a blanket probation was announced for violating...
  • Briefs: Waves hoops tryouts Sunday

    The H.B. Waves Girls' Basketball Club will hold a tryout for its 2013-14 season Sunday at the Huntington Beach High gymnasium. The tryout is for youngsters in the fifth and sixth grades and runs from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information, call (714) 393-0440....
  • Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away

    Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away
    The fall semester is only a few weeks old, but already soccer players at local universities have experienced one of the great joys of collegiate life: an eventful road trip. The men's and women's teams at both UC Irvine and Vanguard came away with...
  • Imports to ports of L.A., Long Beach drop in March

    Imports to ports of L.A., Long Beach drop in March
    Imports to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach fell in March, partly because of the Lunar New Year holiday, which slows production -- and exports -- in many Asian countries.  The Port of Los Angeles reported Monday that March imports fell 28.7% from...
  • Council OKs port rail yard but lawsuit is threatened

    The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a controversial rail yard near the Port of Los Angeles, setting the stage for possible court challenges, alleging violations of environmental and civil rights laws. The proposal to build a staging...