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  • Monster Mash: Graffiti artist Smear arrested in L.A.; new statue memorializing Kurt Cobain planned

     
    Busted: The graffiti artist known as Smear, who was already being sued by the Los Angeles city attorney, was arrested Wednesday on an alleged probation violation. (Los Angeles Times) Rock icon: A sculpture honoring the memory of Kurt Cobain is......
  • James Beard Foundation announces award finalists: L.A. chefs on the short list

     
    The James Beard Foundation has winnowed a long list of semi-finalists for its 2011 awards and Monday announced the finalists, including Los Angeles chefs Suzanne Goin of Lucques for outstanding chef and Dahlia Narvaez of Osteria Mozza for outstanding...
  • Home prices decline in January

     
    Home prices in January continued to slide in America’s major metropolitan areas, according to data released Tuesday. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index showed that prices in 20 major U.S. cities dropped an average of 3.1% in January from the...
  • Kendrick's prized possession stolen

     
    As if the stress of a new season in a new role weren’t enough for Kyle Kendrick, now he has one more thing to worry about. According to the Seattle Times, Kendrick’s home in Mount Vernon, Wash., was burglarized between......
  • Heading to Newark to audition for 'The X Factor' next week? Let us know

     
    If you are going to be among those who audition next week in Newark, N.J., for Simon Cowell’s new singing contest show, “The X Factor,” we’d like to know about it. The Morning Call wants to write about the auditions......
  • Crackdown on sleeping controllers leads FAA to beef up staff at two L.A. airports

     
    Two Los Angeles area airports must add air traffic controllers during midnight shifts as part of a national effort to increase staffing after several controllers across the country fell asleep while working alone, federal regulators announced Wednesday....
  • High school player’s tweet leads to athletic director’s firing

     
    Much like the Chris Johnson twitter drama, a high school athlete sparked controversy with those infamous 140 characters. Tony Wroten Jr., a top high school basketball recruit out of Seattle, tweeted a message about his Spanish class which led to the...
  • Disney twitters away a ‘Pirates’ cruise on Saturday

     
    Those of us who already follow the polymath producer Jerry Bruckheimer on Twitter will paying particular attention to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” mogul's moves on Saturday. He's hosting an online contest to give away all sorts of “...
  • Google Music launches without label deals

     
    A year after announcing its plans for developing a digital music business, Google launches Music Beta, a cloud locker service for streaming music....
  • T-Mobile says its 4G network in L.A. is twice as fast as before, theoretically

     
    T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that it has doubled the "theoretical peak download speed" of its 4G network to 42 megabits-per-second in the Los Angeles area, as well as a number of other major cities. Along with that, T-Mobile is launching its first...
  • Case-Shiller home-price index hits new low

     
    An index of home prices in the nation's largest cities plumbed new depths in March, pushing past a low set during the worst of the Great Recession. The ominous new drop for the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index of 20 cities,......