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  • Woman struck by L.A. County beach maintenance vehicle

    Woman struck by L.A. County beach maintenance vehicle
    An SUV driven by a Los Angeles County beach maintenance worker struck and injured a woman Wednesday morning at Venice Beach.
  • Terry Robinson, bodybuilder and fitness trainer for stars, dies at 98

    Terry Robinson, bodybuilder and fitness trainer for stars, dies at 98
    Terry Robinson, a bodybuilding denizen of Muscle Beach in the late 1940s who became a fitness trainer for Hollywood stars such as Clark Gable and Mario Lanza, died May 19 at his home in West Los Angeles. He was 98. His death from kidney failure was...

    Florida Cruise Guide: Holland America ms Westerdam ship itinerary

    This itinerary was last update Sept. 30, 2009. For more Holland America ms Westerdam cruises click here. 7-Day Western Caribbean 2009 Departure Date: Oct. 18, Nov. 29 Cruise Ports: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US; Half Moon Cay, Bahamas; Grand Turk, Turks...

    Recipe: Garlic and herb-stuffed tomatoes and zucchini

    Recipe: Garlic and herb-stuffed tomatoes and zucchini
    From California Cook, "Shades of Summer" by Russ Parsons and Leslie Brenner, Aug. 10, 2005 Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes Servings: 6 Note: Salted anchovies are available at Nicole's in South Pasadena, Bay Cities in Santa Monica, Market Gourmet in...

    In Sunday books: A new anthology speaks volumes on black L.A.

    In Sunday books: A new anthology speaks volumes on black L.A.
    When Darnell Hunt and Ana-Christina Ramón tell people that Los Angeles has the second largest black population of any U.S. county, the usual response is raised eyebrows and blank stares. "They're shocked," says Hunt, a sociology professor and director of...