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Los Angeles News 05/2012 (Page 11)



Disney reveals Buena Vista Street details
By SARAH TULLY / The Orange County Register The new entrance corridor in Disney California Adventure is supposed to give a feel of 1920s Los Angeles, more like a neighborhood similar to Los Feliz. A view of Carthay Circle Theatre and a fountain are ...

Q & A With Roy Choi: Slinging Tacos at Midnight, Calling Out Jamie Oliver + ...
Q & A With Roy Choi: Slinging Tacos at Midnight, Calling Out Jamie Oliver + ...

Latinos In Hip Hop: How Psycho Realm & Others Transcend Racial Barriers
by Andres Vasquez Exclusive: Latinos have been present since Hip Hop's inception but have they always been fully respected? A look at Psycho Realm's journey and how Latin American emcees can transcend color lines. Latinos in Los Angeles know Placita ...

Live Review: Creed — The Wiltern, Los Angeles
"This is the heart of the Human Clay album," Creed singer Scott Stapp announced before launching into "Say I" at the Wiltern last night. That song remained emblematic of the raw power inherent within Creed's sound. A towering riff from virtuoso Mark ...

Ontario USO officials stunned with large donation by the Uplanders Club
By Suzanne Sproul Inland Valley residents are huge supporters of the Ontario USO, but one group in particular worked hard this spring to make a huge impact and did. Each year, the Uplanders Club nominates local nonprofits to be the beneficiary of ...

APO-GLA's search for Outstanding Fil-Am Students is underway
NOW on its second year, the Search for The Outstanding Filipino-American Senior Students (TOFASS) is underway. The college-bound awardees who will be chosen will be honored and recognized for their academic achievements by providing them with ...

Police Lacked Legal Cause For Search That Yielded Cocaine
By TIM HULL (CN) -- Los Angeles police officers did not have legal cause to impound and search a vehicle in which investigators later found two kilograms of cocaine, the 9th Circuit ruled. The federal appeals court in Pasadena found that the officers ...

San Onofre Concerns
LOS ANGELES (AP) California Sen. Barbara Boxer asked federal regulators Tuesday for details about the troubled steam generators at the San Onofre nuclear power plant, where a long-running probe into tube damage has kept the reactors sidelined for ...

San Onofre's future hinges on finding cause of abnormal tube wear
The root of the problem at the nuclear plant is still a mystery. A key issue is whether Edison or ratepayers will have to cover the cost of replacement power. The extended shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear plant has sparked debate about whether ...

LA Deputies On Beating Johnnie Franklin Jones
Perhaps you can't blame Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies Scott C. Harper and Brian Sherred for thinking an unarmed man standing near a Santa Ana sidewalk in broad daylight and minding his own business was cause for a Code 3, guns-drawn, ...

Retired LAPD detective arrested in death of wife six years ago
Dan DeJarnette had been a suspect since her body was found near their home in Hawaii. A new investigation in January led to his arrest Monday night. Retired Los Angeles Police Department Det. Dan DeJarnette, 59, was taken into custody without incident ...

Angels Gate lighthouse gleams anew at LA Harbor
A $1.8-million project restores the brilliant white tower and vertical black stripes of the Angels Gate lighthouse. 'Ain't she pretty?' a booster asks. Derick Rivera of US Water Taxi pilots his boat past the newly refurbished Angels Gate lighthouse ...

7 deputies from LA County sheriff's gang unit placed on leave
All are suspected of belonging to the alleged Jump Out Boys secret clique that celebrates officer-involved shootings. Investigators are trying to determine if they committed serious misconduct. Shown is the tattoo that members of the alleged Jump Out ...

California Science Center gets gift for space shuttle's new home
The contribution to the new Air and Space Center that will house the space shuttle Endeavour comes from a foundation chaired by Lynda Oschin, wife of the late philanthropist Samuel Oschin. By Rong-Gong Lin II, Los Angeles Times The California Science ...

Family sues mortuary over switched bodies
Before her death, grandmother told family she wanted to be interred in Nicaragua. Instead, she was buried in Whittier in another woman's clothes. Attorney Eric Dubin, left, and his co-counsel Jessica Cha, right, are representing plaintiffs Alberto ...

Downtown LA will have a perfect storm of sports this weekend
By Susan Abram and CJ Lin, Staff Writers Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace (15) shoots in front of Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka, center left, during the first quarter in Game 2 of an NBA basketball playoffs Western Conference ...

Suspect accused of arson fire that destroyed Hacienda Heights church
By Brian Day, SGVN A fence encloses the fire-damaged St. John Vianney Church in Hacienda Heights on Wednesday. A Hacienda Heights man is in custody and is accused of starting the fire on April 16, 2011. (Keith Durflinger / Staff Photographer) WEST ...

Canadians Set For Deal-Making at Los Angeles Screenings
After rotating screenings of US network pilots on studio lots this week, the starting gun on package buying of rookie shows could come as early as this afternoon. TORONTO – Deal-making among the Canadians at the Los Angeles Screenings in recent years ...

Teacher Wants Her Job Back After Anti-Semitic Comments
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - A former substitute teacher says in court that she should not have been fired for explaining in a taped interview that she joined an Occupy LA rally because "Zionist Jews" are running the banks and should be "run out ...

Ben Silverman Teams With 'Jersey Shore,' 'The Hills' Execs for New Online ...
Ben Silverman Teams With 'Jersey Shore,' 'The Hills' Execs for New Online ...

Alleged identity theft ring operator busted
A Hawthorne man suspected of operating an identity theft ring was charged with three counts of identity theft and one count each of possession of methamphetamine, possession of a short-barreled rifle and possession of a firearm by a felon last week, ...

Los Angeles Times receives $1-million grant from Ford Foundation
The funds will help The Times expand coverage of key areas, including immigration and ethnic communities in Southern California. The main entrance of the Los Angeles Times building is shown. (Los Angeles Times / April 30, 2012) By James Rainey, ...

Staples Center To Host 6 Playoff Games in 4 Days
AP LOS ANGELES - Staples Center is always among the world's busiest arenas, hosting a jam-packed slate of concerts and shows crammed between games for the NBA's Lakers and Clippers and the NHL's Kings. ALSO check out our 'Time Lapse' footage of what ...

LA Times OKs PETA Ad Featuring Dead Horse "Shot" on Location
PETA got the greenlight from the Los Angeles Times to run an ad that shows an image of a dead horse that was "shot"—as in killed—on location. PETA says that the entertainment biz is especially deadly for horses, who are very commonly injured or ...

Beverly Hills Residents to Tell Metro Why They Oppose Subway Path
By Melissa Pamer Beverly Hills was on the defensive Thursday over its opposition to the Westside Subway Extension of Metro's Purple Line, a route that would tunnel under Beverly Hills High School. Many in the wealthy city want a different route under ...

Defense: Ex-deputy in torture case 'had break from reality'
The prosecution tells jurors Robert McClain's beliefs, emotions and actions during attack on his wife and her boyfriend were 'grounded in reality.' $119 for Two Hour Sea Doo Rental in Newport Beach! By VIK JOLLY / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER SANTA ANA ...

Rival bidder files protest against LAX concession choice
By Art Marroquin Staff Writer A rival bidder filed a protest this week against a recommendation that Westfield Concession Management be awarded a lucrative contract to operate shops and eateries spread across three terminals at Los Angeles ...

Remember the Hollywood Serial Arsonist? His Mother is Still Fighting ...
Remember the Hollywood Serial Arsonist? His Mother is Still Fighting ...

Celebrating the language of their roots
An LA book fair demonstrates the power of Spanish to give a sense of meaning, history and beauty to the lives of those Angelenos who speak it. A Spanish class at Huntington Park High in May 2011. (Gary Friedman, Los Angeles Times / May 6, ...

Website offers sub-prime car loans for buyers
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It's not uncommon for some new car shoppers to go to a dealership hoping to buy a car, only to be disappointed because they couldn't qualify for the financing. Loss of employment or overextended credit can be some of the reasons ...


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