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Los Angeles News 06/2012 (Page 14)



The Crowd: OCMA toasts an LA art legend
By BW Cook Art of Dining 2012, the Orange County Museum of Art's annual fundraising gala, honored Los Angeles art dealer Irving Blum, a visionary collector and exhibitor of contemporary art. The debonair Blum, director and co-owner of the ...

Man sues Valencia care facility in death of 89-year-old mother
The son of an 89-year-old woman is suing a Valencia assisted-living facility, saying caretakers left the woman alone on an unshaded patio in 100-plus-degree weather last August, resulting in her death. Ronald Corn was at a Valencia care facility last ...

Sexy sirens and comedic kings
By Sarah A. Spitz When I was a UCLA undergrad studying literature in the 1970s, the feminist movement was in full flower across the cultural spectrum. Women protested at New York's Museum of Modern Art and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art about the ...

Study predicts more hot spells in Southern California
By the middle of the century, the number of days with temperatures above 95 degrees each year will triple in downtown Los Angeles, quadruple in portions of the San Fernando Valley and even jump five-fold in a portion of the High Desert in LA County, ...

Hollywood Improv Assault: Cops Nab Suspect, Invite Comedian Randy Kagan to ...
Hollywood Improv Assault: Cops Nab Suspect, Invite Comedian Randy Kagan to ...

Bruin Bites: Ianni's Stunner, Camping at San Bernardino, LaVine Commits ...
Bruin Bites: Ianni's Stunner, Camping at San Bernardino, LaVine Commits ...

Freeway road rage beating: 2 men in custody
A still from a cellphone video shows several men fighting on the 5 Freeway near downtown Los Angeles on June 12, 2012. (KABC Photo) LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The California Highway Patrol confirms that two people have been taken into custody in connection ...

Burned Body Found In La Tuna Canyon
By Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, myFOXla.com Editor / Producer - email (CNS) A man's burned body was found today at the scene of a brush fire on La Tuna Canyon Road near the Foothill (210) Freeway in Sun Valley, police said. The fire burning off La Tuna ...

Van Nuys mother arrested on suspicion of child abuse; year-old-son hospitalized
VAN NUYS - A Van Nuys woman whose year-old boy was injured was behind bars today on suspicion of child abuse, police said. Investigators believe the abuse occurred in the 6500 block of Sepulveda Boulevard, one block north of Victory Boulevard, ...

Collecting Nature's Bounty: Honeybees
By Libby Motika, Senior Editor Note: The Palisadian-Post Web site only displays a select number of articles from our weekly publication. We are the only newspaper offering complete advertising coverage of the important, high-income communities of the ...

Woody Allen Swears He Doesn't Hate Los Angeles
Last week we couldn't help but rib Woody Allen for deigning to spend a few days in the land of "wheat germ killers," since his latest film "To Rome With Love" launched the LA Film Fest. But when Allen sat down with the LA Weekly he wanted to set the ...

L.A. Expo Line Opens Two More Rail Stations; Ridership Still Very Low
The May ridership numbers are in for LA's new Expo line, and they're still woefully low compared to the Metropolitan Transit Authority's (MTA) projections. Reason's Tim Cavanaugh and I rode the Expo train during its first week of operation and noted ...

Why Did Deputies Raid A Drug Dealer's Home In Missing Fox Executive Case?
20th Century Fox executive Gavin Smith was last seen leaving the home of a friend in Oak Park nearly two months ago and hasn't been seen or heard from since. Up until recently Los Angeles County Sheriff's detectives have been treating his disappearance ...

Suspects In Road Rage On The I-5 Turned Themselves In
By Jeffrey Thomas DeSocio, myFOXla.com Editor / Producer - email (CNS) Two men were in custody today in connection with the apparent road-rage beating of another man on the Golden State (5) Freeway near downtown Los Angeles -- a brawl that was caught ...

Study Predicts Increase in Southern California Hot Spells
LOS ANGELES -- Southern California is going to feel the heat in the coming years, according to a new UCLA climate change study. The study, released Thursday, is the first to model the Southland's complex geography of meandering coastlines, ...

'NCIS' Creator Suffers Another Setback in CBS Lawsuit
Donald Bellisario is claiming he's owed millions of dollars from 'NCIS: Los Angeles.' But an LA judge has narrowed his case. JAG and NCIS creator Donald Bellisario has suffered a second setback in his lawsuit claiming CBS cheated him out of profits ...

Kings to Raise Stanley Cup Banner Against the New York Rangers
LA Kings will start their quest for another title on Oct. 12 at the Staples Center By Steven Covelman AP Los Angeles Kings right wing Dustin Brown (23) holds up the Stanley Cup after the Kings beat the New Jersey Devils 6-1 during Game 6 of the NHL ...

Ex-con Sentenced to Death in Rape, Murder of Teenager
LOS ANGELES -- An ex-con was sentenced to death today for the 2003 rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl, whose bound and burned body was discovered in an alley. A jury convicted Latece Megale Brown on April 11 of 17 felony counts, including the ...

She's undocumented, but she's also undaunted
Los Angeles Times People like Ana Venegas are said to be living "in the shadows." It's the most annoying of all the metaphors in the immigration debate. And woefully inaccurate. Venegas, 23, entered this country illegally as a 10-month-old baby carried ...

Climate Change to Bring More Hot Days to Los Angeles Region: UCLA Study
By Melissa Pamer and Gordon Tokumatsu Climate study researcher Alex Hall says Southern California will feel two to six times as many hot days by the middle of the 21st century, depending on the region. A UCLA study examining the effects of climate ...

Man gets 238 years in LA hate-crime slaying of teenage girl
The last defendant in the hate-crime killing of 14-year-old Cheryl Green was sentenced Wednesday to 238 years to life in prison. Ernesto Alcarez was found guilty of murder, attempted murder and a hate crime last month in the killing of Green, ...

LA County clinics get $7 million just before healthcare ruling
On the eve of a US Supreme Court decision that could overturn President Obama's signature healthcare law, federal officials announced Thursday that nearly $7 million made available by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is being given to a ...

Around the Region: June 22
Three Los Angeles men were arrested in relation to a videotaped freeway fistfight inspired by road rage. Two are suspected of beating and kicking a man who was later arrested on suspicion of being involved in a similar altercation last month, ...

'Paul Williams Still Alive' chronicles an entertainer's resilience
By PETER LARSEN / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER As a boy in the 1970s, filmmaker Stephen Kessler remembers sitting at the foot of his parents' bed as they fell asleep with “The Tonight Show” on, hoping that his idol, the singer, songwriter and actor Paul ...

Why We are Going to Israel
“It is not upon you to finish the work, but you are not free to ignore it.” (Mishna, Ethics, 2:21) On March 7, 1949, my parents were married in Israel, an idealistic young American couple intent on helping to “build up the land” as the lyrics to a ...

Battleship to become LA's newest museum
New mission: The USS Iowa will open July 7 as a floating museum. It's one of the last battleships ever built. By GARY A. WARNER / Register Travel Editor The USS Iowa, one of the last battleships ever built, will open July 7 as a museum in Los Angeles ...

KUSC's Gift to Two Community Groups — Free Rent
By Allison Engel A healthy endowment fund would probably be first on every community group's wish list, but not far behind would be free office space in a prime location. Two lucky Los Angeles nonprofits — Arts for LA and Arts High Foundation — enjoy ...

Court Appearance for Bryan Stow Assault Suspects
By Jonathan Lloyd A 911 call played in court Wednesday, June 6, 2012, described the condition of Bryan Stow after he was beaten at Dodger Stadium in 2011. Suspects Marvin Norwood and Louis Sanchez, pictured with attorneys, are in preliminary hearings ...

LA Harbor Department to prepare plan to deal with debris from last year's ...
LA Harbor Department to prepare plan to deal with debris from last year's ...

David Bergstein Fires Back at Aramid in Latest Lawsuit
The suit by the film executive was expected after a federal court dismissed some Aramid claims in a bankruptcy case. Embattled film investor David Bergstein returned legal fire at Aramid Entertainment Fund, David Molner and others in a new lawsuit ...


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