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Re-Animator the Musical Returning to LA; Get Opening Weekend Discounted ...
Re-Animator the Musical Returning to LA; Get Opening Weekend Discounted ...

Teen musician to compete for $5000 scholarship
BY ANNA ILIFF / FOR THE REGISTER Phoebe Pan, an award-winning student at Pacific Academy in Irvine, has been named a grand prize finalist in the prestigious Music Center Spotlight Program. The final performance in this competition takes place on April ...

Quake Struck at 8:07AM Near Devore
UPDATE 12:25PM Saturday: Dr. Lucy Jones with the USGS says the 3.8 quake was located in an area where three faults come together. Early reports that the quake occurred on the San Adreas Fault were incorrect, Jones said. A moderate earthquake rattled ...

Free Expo Line rides offered today, tomorrow between LA and Culver City
LOS ANGELES - Thousands of Angelenos lined up for free Expo Line rides today, as regular passenger service on 7.6 miles of track between Los Angeles and Culver City will begin before dawn Monday. Free inaugural weekend rides were scheduled until 7 pm ...

Times writers discuss Los Angeles riots and what has changed
Los Angeles Times reporters, remembering the '92 riots, look back on the days of unrest in four essays that question whether Los Angeles and its civic institutions are better off now than they were 20 years ago. Columnists Patt Morrison and Hector ...

L.A. Riots: Little Change For South Central's Pipeline To Skid Row
This story is part of a special Neon Tommy series revisiting the upheaval 20 years ago surrounding the Rodney King trial. See more of our anniversary coverage here. For the past few weeks, news outlets and the Los Angeles community have been asking the ...

The LA riots
By Marjorie Hernandez The destruction and violence that erupted two decades ago in the streets of Los Angeles remain a bleak reminder of the racial divide that existed in the city. While some decided to stay and rebuild, others walked away from the ...

Evaluating Mike Brown's First Season as Head Coach of the Lakers
In no other profession are you ever compared to your predecessors as much as you are in the professional coaching industry. Mike Brown had some colossal shoes to fill when he was hired as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers to replace the ...

Authorities Seek Suspect In Bird Shot Firings Across Carson
CARSON (CBS) — Someone has been firing blasts of bird shot from a shotgun, injuring one person and striking four vehicles in Carson over the last two weeks, authorities reported Saturday. The bird shot, which is small metal “bb” pellets fired in a ...

Survey Shows Angelenos Think Race Relations Are Improving, Riots Less Likely
AP A California Highway Patrol officer stands guard at Ninth Street and Vermont Avenue in Los Angeles as smoke rises from a fire further down the street, April 30, 1992. It was the second day of unrest in Los Angeles following the acquittal of four Los ...

With tuition hard to swallow, Cal State students to go hungry
Students at six Cal State University campuses will launch a hunger strike in protest of tuition costs and administrative salaries. Cal State University Fullerton students protest tuition hikes in November 2011. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times / April ...

Expo Line opens variety of possibilities for riders
People turning out for the opening day envision using the service to commute to work or school and to visit museums. One group fears that new developments around stations will push out low-income residents. Ayanna White rides the Expo Line with her ...

Granada Hills wins Academic Decathlon with record-breaking score
It is the second straight national victory for the charter high school. Teams and coaches from other states view the students with awe, clearly impressed at their prowess. Granada Hills Charter High School's Kimberly Ly is hugged by her mother, Tsao, ...

Eye on L.A.: Great dates, weekends, getaways
By Tina Malave LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Out of good ideas for date night? Eye on LA has you covered from romantic escapes to family getaways! Eye on LA teamed with Los Angeles Magazine to find some great date getaways. Whether taking the family away for a ...

Assemblyman Calderon's son Ian aims to uphold political dynasty
Democrat Ian Calderon, 26, is running in the 57th District, and the family name seems to be helping. Since 1983, a member of the clan has served in the Capitol. Assembly candidate Ian Calderon, right, discusses door-to-door campaigning with his ground ...

Unrest and aftermath transformed city, LAPD
By Rick Orlov, Staff Writer Rioters celebrate around Reginald Denny's body after the truck driver was pulled from his vehicle and beaten in the early hours of the Los Angeles riots. The photo, which was taken by Robert Clark from a news helicopter, ...

Times have changed since violence engulfed Long Beach during the 1992 LA riots
By Tracy Manzer, Staff Writer Firefighters battle an arson fire at a Long Beach furniture store during the LA Riots that spread south and north from Florence and Normandie avenues after the Rodney King beating trial ended in the acquittal of four LAPD ...

Kemp hits walkoff home run in the 10th for the Dodgers
By JP HOORNSTRA / Special to the Register LOS ANGELES - Matt Kemp ended an otherwise miserable day at the plate with his fifth career game-ending home run — his major league-leading 11th homer of the season — off Washington pitcher Tom Gorzelanny in ...

TOM HOFFARTH: Occupy LA takes over Staples
By Tom Hoffarth, Staff Columnist The playoffs are the payoff, as it turns out for those who paid to build Staples Center. It's guaranteed: Six postseason NBA and NHL contests over the next nine days. Nor is it far fetched to see 10Lakers, Clippers and ...

Korean American businessman recalls LA riots
Twenty years later, Ellis Yunseong Cha works to avert another clash, reaching out to non-Korean neighbors and friends. Reflecting on the Los Angeles riots 20 years ago, Ellis Cha says he could understand hungry people stealing but could not understand ...

Arthritis Walk at Magic Mountain
By Signal Staff The Arthritis Foundation's Pacific Region office has announced that the 2012 Let's Move Together Arthritis Walk for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys will take place on Sunday, June 3rd at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, ...

Echoes of the L.A. riots
By Joe Piasecki, [email protected] The chaos and violence that erupted on April 29, 1992 after the acquittals of police officers involved in the Rodney King beating was not confined to Los Angeles. In Pasadena, roving gunmen fired at random ...

Best of the LA Times Book Fest: New California and Old, and Bruce, too!
By Andrew Tonkovich Sun., Apr. 29 2012 at 8:00 AM Mr. Bib caught up with friends, and met new ones, at last weekend's Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC. I'd like nothing better than to do that every weekend. Imagine: a world where the value of ...

Daily News photographer John McCoy calls covering the Los Angeles riots 'an ...
Daily News photographer John McCoy calls covering the Los Angeles riots 'an ...

UCLA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Former Valencia RB Manfro turning heads with...
UCLA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Former Valencia RB Manfro turning heads with...

Destruction in 1992 LA Upheaval: How law enforcement let the largest urban ...
Destruction in 1992 LA Upheaval: How law enforcement let the largest urban ...

Navy nears power deal to help avoid Cal blackouts
AP LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - The US Navy is nearing a first-time agreement to curb electricity use at its sprawling San Diego-area bases if power runs short in Southern California this summer, a deal intended to diminish the threat of blackouts ...

Homeowners support Valley lawmaker's bill requiring cities to cover sidewalk ...
Homeowners support Valley lawmaker's bill requiring cities to cover sidewalk ...

In Panorama City, a Wal-Mart's not so unwelcome
A store with groceries and a pharmacy will fill a vacant storefront in the northeast San Fernando Valley. Locals hope it will bring foot traffic to a hard-hit shopping center. Carlos Gomez, who works at a burrito stand across the street from the ...

Separated by years and oceans, pen pals reconnect
A Southland woman and the Zambian boy she sponsored kept in touch for eight years. When the charity group that matched them moved on, their communication was severed — but their bond was not. Laurie Tragen-Boykoff hugs Nicky Mutoka upon his arrival at ...


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