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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 15)



San Francisco bar's loss of lease strikes vein of outrage
The Gold Dust Lounge, nearly a century old, is slated to be replaced by a fashion chain store. Support has poured in for the brothers who have long run the bar. They refused to go and have filed suit. A crowd fills the Gold Dust Lounge on a recent ...

'Master growers' cultivating a higher grade of marijuana
A new breed of connoisseur is producing pot that is potent, tastes smooth and has a pleasing aroma — the kind of product now expected by ever-more discriminating consumers who frequent medical cannabis dispensaries. "Master grower" Wally -- that's his ...

LA traffic signals are finally getting in sync
By Gregory J. Wilcox, Staff Writer Verej Janoyan, a senior transportation engineer with City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation, sits in the ATSAC traffic control center at City Hall, Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The traffic control center ...

Beau Amaral Shines In UCLA's 12-3 Win Over Washington St.
by Ryan Rosenblatt on Mar 24, 2012 6:29 PM PDT in Baseball Beau Amaral started the season in a major slump, striking out time and time again and looking nothing like a lead off hitter, let alone someone who was supposed to lead the UCLA offense as they ...

Glendale may be forced to sell Alex Theatre
The shift in ownership from the now-defunct redevelopment agency to the city is in question. Upgrades have been postponed until it's determined whether that maneuver was legal. The Glendale Redevelopment Agency used to provide $415000 a year for ...

Chance of rain in the Southland? Sure as bumbershootin'
'We have 100% chance of rain,' says a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Santa Barbara is expected to get the most precipitation, with the storm weakening by the time it reaches San Diego. By Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times If ever there ...

Wal-Mart Gets Permit to Build in Chinatown
Assemblymember Mike Eng speaks in opposition to Wal-Mart's plan to open a 33000-square-foot market in Chinatown during a press conference at City Hall on Friday morning.(Photos by MARIO G. REYES/Rafu Shimpo) The LA City Council voted unanimously Friday ...

About 7300 runners converge on Agoura Hills for Great Race
By Robyn Flans Forest Plosky (left), of Topanga, edges out Matthew Nevell, of Oak Park, to win the boys division of the kids' 1-mile run. They were neck and neck until the end. Participants in the 27th annual Dole Great Race of Agoura Hills agreed on ...

Around the Region: March 25
LA PUENTE - A man was found fatally shot on sidewalk early Saturday in a residential neighborhood of La Puente. The body of Ellis Rachal Jr., 44, was found shortly before 4 am in the 15900 block of Hill Street, according to Los Angeles County sheriff's ...

Jazz night at well-stocked bar is shaping up neatly
By Kirk Silsbee On a recent Glendale night, the customary cold stillness of the 1100 block North Pacific Avenue in Glendale was agreeably jostled. At about 9, the warm sounds emerging from the Neat Bar doorway added welcome vitality to the commercial ...

L.A.'s bard Al Martinez recognized at Huntington
By Tiffany Kelly, [email protected] It's pouring rain the day Al Martinez's exhibit opens at the Huntington Library. Still, the 82-year-old writer makes his way from his home in Topanga Canyon to the museum in San Marino to do what he does best ...

Student Exchange Promotes International Friendship
LOS ANGELES—Shana Wentzell is looking for special families. Shana is the local Southern California “Community Representative” for the Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange, finding families who are willing to accept an international ...

Lakers vs. Grizzles Pre-Game Report: Lakers Look to Sweep Memphis
The Lakers look to stay hot at home and continue their stellar play under the newly named starter Ramon Sessions. Tonight they face the Memphis Grizzles in a nationally televised game. The Grizzles come into Staples Center for the second night in a row ...

Grizzlies-Lakers Preview
By JEFF MEZYDLO After being blown out in Los Angeles in their last contest, the Grizzlies hope for a better effort at Staples Center on Sunday night when they try to avoid being swept on their four-game trek by snapping a three-game skid against the ...

Sheriff's deputies arrest man in Lancaster shooting death
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies arrested a man early Sunday on suspicion of a fatal shooting during a robbery at a computer store in Lancaster. The man was identified as Timothy Johnson, a 24-year-old gang member on parole, said spokeswoman ...

Filipino population remains 2nd largest Asian group in the US
LOS ANGELES – Filipino-American officials are excited about the growing number of Filipinos and other Asian Americans in the United States and are hoping it could lead to more political power. The US Census Bureau released a report on Wednesday found ...

Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range
Winter Storm Warning issued March 25 at 11:57AM PDT until March 26 at 3:00AM PDT by NWS Oxnard ...WINTER STORM IMPACTING THE AREA... .A COLD SPRING STORM SYSTEM IS BEGINNING TO BRING WINTER-LIKE WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE MOUNTAINS WITH SNOW NOW FALLING ...

Heavy rain hits Malibu and Agoura Hills midmorning, rest of LA...
Heavy rain hits Malibu and Agoura Hills midmorning, rest of LA...

Heavy rain spreads across LA County, flood warnings issued, Auto Club 400 race ...
Heavy rain spreads across LA County, flood warnings issued, Auto Club 400 race ...

OC's Combat Veterans Court helps ex-warriors fix their lives
Some military veterans have collided with the criminal justice system. There are now more than 90 courts across the US tailored to veterans who are willing to work to get back on track. Shaughn Whittington, 27, works on a vehicle during his auto ...

With veterinarian's help, Burbank animal shelter thrives
After Martin Small made some changes at Burbank's animal shelter, euthanasia rates dropped drastically. Impressed, the city carved out a medical budget for the shelter. Veterinarian Martin Small, center, prepares to put a microchip in Simba the cat ...

California urged to consider non-seniority-based teacher layoffs
State legislative analyst's report also says school districts issue more pink slips than needed because of deadline issues and recommends changing the layoff notice deadline. By Stephen Ceasar, Los Angeles Times California school districts issue more ...

Compromised transfer tubes leave San Onofre plant sitting idle
Deteriorating heat transfer tubes in the nuclear power plant's steam generators — installed a year ago — are a potential safety problem, officials say. The shutdown is the longest in San Onofre's history. For the last two months, San Onofre has been ...

Storied West Hollywood studio buildings to be demolished
The studio lot, once owned by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, has had many names and housed many productions over the years. Its new owner intends to raze and replace several buildings. The Pickford Building at The Lot movie studio in West ...

For California fishermen, squid means big money
Long before calamari reaches the table, crews set out from San Pedro and elsewhere to round up California's most valuable catch. But environmentalists question whether the haul is too large. Capt Nick Jurlin's crew hauls squid aboard the Cape Blanco on ...

Reseda tenants 'scared to death' by new residents they say are...
Reseda tenants 'scared to death' by new residents they say are...

Heavy rain leads to flooding, crashes, damp Ferraris in San Fernando...
Heavy rain leads to flooding, crashes, damp Ferraris in San Fernando...

Bid to appease bullet train critics may violate law
Revisions are in conflict with the ballot measure approved by voters and may go against the Obama administration's plans. Gov. Jerry Brown backs the changes but admits potential legal problems. A rendering depicts a high-speed train traveling along the ...

TIBCO Spotfire to Demo Analytics and Data Discovery Capabilities at Gartner ...
TIBCO Spotfire to Demo Analytics and Data Discovery Capabilities at Gartner ...

L.A.'s Idea of Mexican Food vs. What Mexicans Really Eat
By Javier Cabral By Christine Chiao By Tien Nguyen By Samantha Bonar By Amy Scattergood By Andrew Simmons By Tibby Rothman By Jenn Garbee By Tien Nguyen By Amy Scattergood By Javier Cabral Mon., Mar. 26 2012 at 7:00 AM In this episode of Squid Ink's ...


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