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  • Wiz under the influence

    Wiz under the influence
    It’s probably not a coincidence that everyone involved with the Under the Influence of Music Tour 2014, arriving in Tinley Park on Aug. 5 and at Wisconsin’s Alpine Valley Music Theatre on Aug. 9, has expressed strong affection for pot, and...
  • Man gets 16 months for running over estranged wife's Chihuahua

    Man gets 16 months for running over estranged wife's Chihuahua
    A Sherman Oaks man who pleaded no contest to deliberately running his car over his estranged wife's Chihuahua, killing the dog, was sentenced Monday to 16 months in state prison.  Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz handed down the...
  • Israel's Made for Web Film Contest Highlights Future of Content Creation

    At the fourth annual Hong Kong Intl. Mobile Film Awards in March, more than half of the films competing for prizes were products of Israel, created for a new Internet film competition that brought together the Israeli government, entertainment and tech...
  • Navigating the new world of home selling

    With apologies to an icon of advertising copy, this is not your father's real estate market. If you've been living in your home for a fair number of years and are entertaining the idea of selling it, Brendon DeSimone would like you to know that time is...
  • White House Correspondents Weekend: Stars Are More Scarce, But D.C. Shows Shine

    WASHINGTON -- As D.C. insiders fanned out at more than a dozen parties in advance to this year's White House Correspondents Assn. dinner, the talk has been of who isn't here -- the unending parade of celebrities who usually help produce any number of...
  • Producing The Times in the days of hot lead

     
    In 1937 and 1941, Dick Whittington Studio photographers were hired to document the production of the Los Angeles Times....
  • Say what? Word Lens translation app is easy and free (for now)

    Say what? Word Lens translation app is easy and free (for now)
    If you're traveling beyond the land of your mother tongue, it’s  smart and safe (not to mention polite) to have a grasp of the basic building blocks of a foreign language -- the simple words and phrases you'll find on road signs and restaurant...
  • Newfronts Analysis: Why Microsoft, Yahoo, Etc. Invaded TV's Turf

    Netflix wasn't at the Digital Content NewFronts this past week but the streaming service might as well have been there. Unmistakable was its influence on the heavyweight digital brands frontloaded into the opening week of these seemingly endless...
  • David Gordon selected mayor

    David Gordon selected mayor
    After eight years of serving on the Burbank City Council, David Gordon was selected — for the first time — to serve as the city’s mayor. Gordon has been elected three times in the last eight years yet has been passed over multiple...
  • Driver of Ferrari killed in crash with Hyundai

    The driver of a Ferrari was killed and his passenger was critically injured when the car was struck by a speeding Hyundai early Saturday in Monterey Park, police said. The Ferrari was traveling at an appropriate speed in a 35-mph zone, but the Hyundai...
  • Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area

    Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area
    Google and Amazon are going head to head over Los Angeles shoppers, launching same-day delivery services in the area within days of each other. Google said Sunday it is expanding its Google Shopping Express program to West Los Angeles and Manhattan from...