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Los Angeles News 03/2012 (Page 16)



Rick Orlov's Tipoff: Chief Brian Cummings faces predicament on fire...
Rick Orlov's Tipoff: Chief Brian Cummings faces predicament on fire...

Cults at Lamb & Flag, Brea Mall, March 25, 2012
By Brandon Ferguson Mon., Mar. 26 2012 at 8:03 AM New York hipster band Cults has been super busy these past several months. I first checked them out when they played FYF last September. Last week they toured through Los Angeles playing shows at the ...

UCLA's Science & Food Series: Or, Why There's A Modernist in Your Soup (or at ...
UCLA's Science & Food Series: Or, Why There's A Modernist in Your Soup (or at ...

Kawasaki Seeks Eighth District Challenge
EDITOR'S NOTE: After Eighth District City Councilwoman Rae Gabelich steps down this summer, her replacement will be one of three candidates: Al Austin, Lillian Kawasaki or Gustavo Rivera. Gazette Newspapers is highlighting each one of these candidates ...

Alphabet Super for LBSU as the Niners Come Back from a Shocking Weekend
by Dan Barber | Diamond Dust Plus | 03.26.12 | 11:45am | The well known baseball-mecca, WSU, is Wichita State University. The all purpose PAC 12 WSU, is Washington State University. And as much as the Beach boys of Blair would like to relax and savor ...

Metro to Hold Public Meetings for Westside Subway Plans
By Jonathan Gonzalez LA County Metro has released its final environmental report for its planned Purple Line extension, which will run from its current Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue station westward along the Miracle Mile area, into Century ...

Californians Willing To Raise Taxes
By hefty margins, California voters favor raising sales taxes and taxes on wealthier citizens if the money would go to public schools, community colleges and public safety, according to the latest USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/Los ...

Saving The California Dream: Half-Hour News Special Report
LOS ANGELES - "Saving the California Dream" series producer Heidi Cuda and FOX 11 news anchor Carlos Amezcua host the third "Saving the California Dream" half-hour special. VIDEO REPORT: This special is divided into FOUR segments - click each segment ...

Ex-School Cop to Pay $309000 in Restitution for Shooting Hoax
VAN NUYS, Calif. (KTLA) -- A former Los Angeles school police officer who lied about being shot will pay the city a lump sum of $309000 in restitution. In exchange for the restitution, the judge Kirschner agreed to let Jeffrey Stenroos post bail ...

Bobby Brown -- ARRESTED for DUI
Bobby Brown has just been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Los Angeles ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Bobby was pulled over in Reseda, CA at 12:20 PM PST for allegedly driving while talking on a cell phone ...

Judge upholds LA County's plastic bag ban
By Christina Villacorte, Staff Writer A judge has upheld a Los Angeles County ordinance that bans stores from handing out plastic bags in unincorporated areas, and requires them to charge customers 10 cents per paper bag. Superior Court Judge James ...

Ye Olde Fashion Runway
By Alysia Gray Painter People love to go old-school at Heritage Square, regardless of year. The landmark-laden park is throwing a Vintage Fashion Show on Saturday, March 31. There are a few places in Los Angeles where, if you chose to, you could show ...

LAPD officer profiled Latinos in traffic stops, internal probe concludes
Officer Patrick Smith is alleged to have stopped Latino motorists because of their ethnicity and falsified his records to say they were white. A disciplinary panel could vote to dismiss him. For decades, the question of racial profiling has bedeviled ...

LA County sheriff's officials may have overpaid for work, equipment
An internal report finds that Aero Bureau supervisors allowed a Carlsbad firm to bill for unjustified expenses while working on a fleet of helicopters. The department also bought equipment it didn't need from the firm. By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles ...

Was Dodgers' strong finish message or mirage?
By MARK WHICKER That is noteworthy because (1) there isn't room for a box of pingpong balls, let alone a table, in their regular-season clubhouse and (2) it shows someone upstairs can still fill out a purchase order. Los Angeles Dodgers' James Loney ...

One of six men indicted in Coliseum corruption scandal remains at large
Tony Estrada, a longtime janitorial contractor at the historic stadium, is accused of making $385000 in illegal payments to a former Coliseum general manager. Los Angeles County Deputy Dist. Atty. Max Huntsman said Estrada apparently traveled to Panama ...

Calif. Crew Rescues Motorist 300 Feet Over Slope
AP Californians cleaned up Monday from a storm that hit many areas in frenzied bursts, flooding streets and freeways, zapping power and toppling trees and utility poles. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Californians cleaned up Monday from a storm that hit many ...

Front Row Inks Production Deal with aW H I T E L A B E Lproduct to Source and ...
Front Row Inks Production Deal with aW H I T E L A B E Lproduct to Source and ...

Two men arrested in kickback scheme to defraud Lions Gate Entertainment
Two men were arrested Friday by special agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation after being indicted for their roles in a $2 million kickback scheme involving the Santa Monica-based film and ...

Schiff legislation would set clock on new chromium-6 limits
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) today introduced legislation that would set a deadline for establishing a new federal cap on chromium 6 contamination in drinking water. The move comes two weeks after the congressman on the Environmental Protection Agency ...

Romney Visits the Southland
GOP candidate Mitt Romney visits Los Angeles for fundraisers, protests and an appearance on "The Tonight Show." By Kristen Rodgers Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's visit to Los Angeles on Tuesday is fully booked with an appearance on ...

Trent Reznor to Receive ASCAP Golden Note
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) will honor revolutionary songwriter and composer Trent Reznor with the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award during its 29th Annual Pop Music Awards, April 18, 2012, at the Renaissance ...

European dark-wave, new age band Deleyaman comes to the Southland
By Sandra Zeitzew "One of the best kept secrets in alternative music today" Elegy magazine, France. European dark-wave, new age band Deleyaman comes to the Southland for a series of intimate concerts across LA County. Based in France, the four members ...

Nickelodeon Announces New Programming and Returning HIts
Nickelodeon brought its annual Upfront presentation to Los Angeles, where it announced the pickup of Scott Baio's Daddy's Home for Nick at Nite and the casting of James Franco for a multi-episode arc on Hollywood Heights, in addition to a robust ...

Mitt Romney Must Wait for His Hollywood Moment
Tonight's Century Plaza fundraiser with draw from Los Angeles' business community, not the entertainment industry. The truth is that the last Republican presidential candidate to gain any traction in Hollywood was Ronald Reagan—mostly because he was ...

LA's Ten Best Places To Buy, Eat Exotic Foods
By Sponsor on Mar 27, 2012 For those with an adventurous palate, Los Angeles is the ultimate edible playground. Between the city's creative top chefs and our vibrant ethnic enclaves, there's plenty of unusual fare to challenge and delight your ...

LA school police officer seriously injured in Blue Line accident
A Los Angeles school police officer was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon after a Blue Line train smashed into his patrol car in downtown, authorities said. Initial reports from rescuers at the scene said that several others appeared to have ...

A star isn't born — yet
Vito Vincent wowed everyone in New York, but Hollywood is a much tougher town with lots of competition. Still, he draws a crowd wherever he goes and maybe one day he'll be discovered. Michael LeCrichia, 42, left, heads into a Crate & Barrel store at ...

Los Angeles ends its use of red-light cameras
By Rick Orlov and CJ Lin An Orange Line bus enters the Mason Ave. and Busway intersection at Victory Blvd. in Woodland Hills, CA. on Tuesday, March 27, 2012. While the City of Los Angeles has eliminated the red- light camera program, drivers can still ...

SMC Student Book Signing: “Freedom in Cage”
Parsa Peykar holding a copy of his book, at his home in Los Angeles, Calif. on March 9, 2012. Parsa, 19 years old, has published a book of short stories written entirely in Farsi, translated as, "Freedom in Cage." Santa Monica College student Parsa ...


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