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  • La Llorona unleashed at Universal Studios Hollywood

     
    The Latin American legend of La Llorona has several variations. But most retellings of the story go something like this: There was once a poor woman who drowned her children after she was abandoned by her man. After killing herself,......
  • Puerto Rico birth certificates are subject of community forum

     
    Puerto Rico and Department of State officials will speak Thursday at a forum with Orlando-area Puerto Ricans concerned about the invalidation of their birth certificates by the island government....
  • L.A.'s solar subsidies: Should the City Council come to the rescue?

     
    Los Angeles homeowners and businesses have applied for $70 million in rebates from the city utility this year to build rooftop solar panels. That should be good news for green jobs and for the small businesses that have grown up......
  • California cheese legend Ig Vella dies

     
    Ignazio "Ig" Vella, the grand old man of California's cheesemakers, has died. Vella was artisanal before the word became a cliche. His father introduced the dairy's Dry Jack before World War II, looking for a domestic alternative to Parmesan when......
  • DWP's solar program to relaunch in September with lower rebates

     
    The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power gave the go-ahead Tuesday to relaunch the Solar Incentive Program next month. Applications will be accepted starting Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. The revised program is doubling its budget from $30 million......
  • Los Angeles solar power rebates slashed 32%

     
    Solar power: Rebates for Los Angeles solar panel installations are 60% lower under the newly relaunched Solar Initiative Program, which will start accepting applications next month. The program was put on hold in April as the demand for incentives hovered...
  • Red Chair Affair: Fun performances, serious auction bidding

     
    If Saturday night's Red Chair Affair proved anything, it showed that arts patrons are SERIOUS about their art. And, yes, the all-caps are deliberate. I'm just saying there were a few unfriendly words spoken, a slight push, almost a scene at the VIP...
  • Ripley’s new book features Central Floridians

     
    Ripley's latest “yearbook of the weird” will be published Tuesday, and it might include some of your neighbors. The 256-page book, called “Strikingly True,” has a holographic lightning bolt on the cover, and it spotlights all-new...
  • Annapolis Summer Garden produces authentic, enjoyable 'Hairspray'

    Annapolis Summer Garden produces authentic, enjoyable 'Hairspray'
    Annapolis Summer Garden caps a strong season with "Hairspray," John Waters' nostalgic tribute to 1960s Baltimore that is a perfect fit for outdoor August evenings at City Dock. Based on Waters' 1988 film, the musical has won eight Tony awards,...
  • FOX43 Pride and Ride Raises $5000 for Wounded Warriors

    FOX43 Pride and Ride Raises $5000 for Wounded Warriors
    FOX43 and the York Country Harley Davidson Owners Group are proud to announce that, thanks to the participation and donations of hundreds of bikers, a massive gift will be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in the amount of $5,000.   The $5,000 comes...
  • Gun Lake Casino to Open February 11

    Gun Lake Casino to Open February 11
    According to the Gun Lake Tribe, the new Casino will open for business February 11th. The tribe and employees gathered to make the announcement under the giant marquee near US-131 Friday afternoon.  "This is a great day and a long time coming," Tribal...