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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 14)



A driver's side view of LA's cultural trends
The owner of a Japanese jalopy can't help but notice that Audis are hotter than steaming asphalt. But the Westside's wheeled world is a fickle place. Valet parkers agree that the Audi is at the acme of hotness. (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg) By Gale ...

Ronnie Home Textile Offers Polar Fleece and Micro-Fiber Fleece Fabrics
by Claudia Bruemmer | March 22, 2012 6:55 PM PST Ronnie Home Textile Inc. is the direct manufacturer of Polar Fleece and Micro-Fiber Fleece fabrics, blankets and comforters. The company has been producing and distributing wholesale fabrics and blankets ...

MTA approves plan for faster Antelope Valley Line
By Karen Jonas Signal Staff Writer Commuters using the Antelope Valley Metrolink line are a step closer to seeing faster trips and more destinations under a plan approved Thursday. The Antelope Valley Line Infrastructure Improvement Strategic Plan ...

SCOPE, 4 Others File Suit to Block Newhall Ranch
By Leon Worden, SCVNews.com | Thursday, Mar. 22, 2012 The Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity announced Thursday it and four other environmental organizations including Santa Clarita Organzation for Planning and the Environment have filed a ...

Better management could bring LA $350 million in savings and revenue, report finds
A panel appointed by the City Council also urges the naming of an inspector general to oversee collections. By Jason Song, Los Angeles Times The city of Los Angeles could get an additional $350 million in savings and additional revenue by going after ...

William Friedkin's Latest Opera a Viennese Hit
VIENNA-- Richard Wagner and Giuseppe Verdi agreed on little but their unshakeable belief that opera is the expressive sum of all the dramatic arts. Perhaps that's why, at a certain point in their careers, successful masters and mistresses of other ...

Energy officials prepare for summer without San Onofre plant
The San Onofre nuclear plant has been shut down since Jan. 31, but when warm summer weather arrives, officials warn, Southern California could face energy shortages. California energy officials are preparing for a summer without the San Onofre nuclear ...

A chance to touch a Tinseltown icon
A local resident wins an online contest for a close-up with the Hollywood sign. A ceremony is also held to honor those whose donations allowed the purchase of a nearby peak slated for development. Sweepstakes winner Gillian Singletary and her friend ...

Parolee killed by police after alleged Sun Valley robbery, carjacking and ...
Parolee killed by police after alleged Sun Valley robbery, carjacking and ...

Death of Guido's kitchen worker
By Knowles Adkisson A lieutenant with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department who investigated the death of Carlos Ivan Rodas, a kitchen worker at Guido's restaurant who was found dead outside of the restaurant Sunday night, said on Thursday that ...

I Don't Want to Date a Republican!
As a lifelong Democrat, I never thought I would be in this place. I never thought I would have to confront this dreaded unforeseen fear - the terror that is for me, dating a Republican. I don't even know very many Republicans. But it turns out, ...

Rave company CEO Pasquale Rotella to surrender in Coliseum case
Pasquale Rotella, chief executive of rave company Insomniac Inc., is in court Friday morning to voluntarily surrender to authorities in connection to expected charges in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum corruption scandal. Two former Coliseum managers ...

Coming up: Lady Antebellum, Magnetic Fields, Burgerama in O.C.
By BEN WENER / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER • Lady Antebellum -- There are only two truly major country shows still ahead before Stagecoach rolls back into California: Dierks Bentley on April 13 at Nokia Theatre and, more immediately, the biggest local ...

Pencil This In: Literary Los Angeles Road Guide, Warblers in Concert, wild Up ...
Pencil This In: Literary Los Angeles Road Guide, Warblers in Concert, wild Up ...

Smyth, Knight introduce teacher misconduct reform bills
By Signal Staff In an effort to address allegations of teacher misconduct in the Los Angeles Unified School District, Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, and Assemblyman Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, have introduced legislation that will enact ...

What's For Sale: A Sky-High Penthouse With a Record Price
The penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Residences is listed for sale at $9.3 million. The two-level unit has astounding views of the city. Posted: Friday, March 23, 2012 8:47 am | Updated: 8:59 am, Fri Mar 23, 2012. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES -In the column ...

Coliseum case widens; six are charged
Among those indicted in the corruption investigation are rave promoters and three ex-stadium managers. The peristyle end of the Coliseum, which opened in 1923. It has been operating in the red since 2008 and is so broke that it is unable to make ...

Detectives seek help identifying serial robber
Sheriff's detectives released surveillance photos of a serial bank robber in the hopes someone will recognize the suspect. (Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department) - Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying the "Safety Vest ...

State agency probing 130 LAUSD educators on misconduct allegations
By Barbara Jones Staff Writer Based on information unearthed in Los Angeles Unified's personnel files, the state teacher credentialing agency has opened investigations into 130 educators and the district has reported some past allegations of misconduct ...

Restore Fire Department funding, LA councilman urges
Councilman Paul Koretz wants to reverse cuts to the Fire Department's budget, saying he is dismayed that emergency response times are slower than reported. By Kate Linthicum and Robert J. Lopez, Los Angeles Times In reaction to ongoing controversy over ...

Newhall Ranch project prompts environmentalists' suit
Los Angeles County's approval of the first phase of a massive residential project on the Santa Clara River would result in irreversible damage, groups contend. By Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times A coalition of environmental groups has filed suit ...

Expo Line's opening day finally set
Phase one of Los Angeles' much-delayed and ever-costlier first line into the Westside in 50 years is set to open April 28. Most of it, anyway. Expo Line light rail operator Sheila Celestain, 55, guides the lead car down the tracks during a media test ...

LA council votes too late to block Chinatown Wal-Mart project
The council votes to draft a law temporarily banning large chain stores from opening in the neighborhood. But the firm had obtained permits a day earlier. Wal-Mart has secured permits to open a grocery store on the ground floor of this apartment ...

Unemployment remains flat in county, state
By Kevin Smith, SGVN John Tang teaching Interview Skills/Resume Writing Class at for LA County Office of Education/GAIN at Unversity of the West Friday, March 23, 2012. Rep. Judy Chu, D-El Monte, hosted her second annual Jobs Boot Camp on Friday at the ...

William Morris Agency Reunion Draws 250 Alums to L.A. Bar
More than 250 alumni of the William Morris Agency, the storied talent agency created in 1898 and merged with Endeavor in 2009, gathered to reminisce (and network) Friday night at Mixology 101, a bar in Los Angeles' Farmer's Market with an apt name, ...

Bidders for Dodgers reportedly down to three
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 03/24/12 5:30 AM ET TUCSON, Ariz. -- The bidders for the Dodgers and Dodger Stadium have been trimmed to three, according to reports by Bloomberg and the Los Angeles Times. The remaining groups: billionaires Steven Cohen and ...

Deputy uniforms at Men's Central Jail include video cameras in...
Deputy uniforms at Men's Central Jail include video cameras in...

Dodgers Dream Foundation, LA84 Foundation Dedicate Twelth Dodgers Dreamfield ...
Dodgers Dream Foundation, LA84 Foundation Dedicate Twelth Dodgers Dreamfield ...

UCLA Pilipino Alumni Association announce award recipients for the 2012 PAA ...
UCLA Pilipino Alumni Association announce award recipients for the 2012 PAA ...

Griffin, Paul help Clippers end 3-game skid
AP Memphis Grizzlies forward Dante Cunningham, left, and Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin go after a rebound during the first half of their NBA basketball game, Saturday, March 24, 2012, in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES—There's nothing like a ...


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