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  • Friends of the Libraries: Take Getty leader's word on arts' importance

    In an article headlined "Why arts and humanities matter" (Los Angeles Times, June 20) James Cuno, chief executive and president of the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles, states that without citizens who can read, write and analyze, society falters and...
  • Tom Z's College Football Bowl Game Extravaganza: Predictions For Every Game

    Tom Z's College Football Bowl Game Extravaganza: Predictions For Every Game
    The holiday season is upon us. For each person, that means something different. For some, it means sharing the joy of the Christmas spirit with friends and family. For some, it means lighting the Menorah and celebrating eight magical nights of Hannukah....
  • Mercedes-Benz G Wagon Built Like Tank, Ideal for Baby on Board

    This was it, my first big decision as a dad. What car would I bring my newborn son home in? Though I live in New York City, a taxi or subway didn't feel quite right. Since I review cars for a living, the world is my automotive oyster. My son, Max, was...
  • LEGO Kidsfest Comes to the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford in 2013

    LEGO Kidsfest Comes to the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford in 2013
    Grab the kids, limber up the digits and head to the CT Convention Center next December* for LEGO Kidsfest. Activities include a model museum, master builder academy, marketplace, games and perhaps coolest of all (we think) race ramps. Perhaps the only...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Support 'the heart of a city'

    "A library should be the heart of a city." Steven S. Choi, mayor of Irvine, said this in his Jan. 29 article in the Orange County Register. This is a theme that has been repeated many times by those who know the benefits of libraries, who know that even...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Are libraries important? Ask Yorba Linda

    I have talked a lot about our Costa Mesa libraries and their history and tried to get more people involved in the quest for larger facilities that allow for expanded services for our residents. So now, I am trying another tack. As you read this,...
  • Range Rover sets the off-road bar high

    Range Rover sets the off-road bar high
    Land Rover rewrote the book on luxury SUVs when it introduced the fuel-efficient Range Rover Evoque a couple of years ago, but the British luxury-SUV specialist returns to its familiar formula with the 2013 Range Rover. The new SUV checks off all the...
  • Lego 'Breaking Bad' parody presents a game that will never be

    Lego 'Breaking Bad' parody presents a game that will never be
    Of all the potential Lego franchises, AMC's "Breaking Bad" exists probably at the bottom of the list (if it's there at all). But a parody video making the rounds online shows just how much fun playing a Lego version of Walter White could be. The...
  • A&E denies report that three were dropped from 'Storage Wars' cast

    A&E denies report that three were dropped from 'Storage Wars' cast
    "Storage Wars" will be back for a fifth season, but not with all of its stars, according to a report on Radar Online. Citing unnamed sources, the website reports that three members of the A&E reality show's cast, Dan and Laura Dotson and Darrell Sheets,...
  • 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Review

    2013 Volkswagen Beetle Review
    People will cozy up to the redesigned Volkswagen Beetle convertible for the same reason they like Furbies, pugs and YouTube toddlers: It's cute. It's also better in many ways than its predecessor, which went eight model years without a redesign, but...
  • It's a nerd world

    It's a nerd world
    Once a month, at Third Coast Comics in the Edgewater neighborhood, the store closes for the evening and the knitting comes out. Followed by the drinks. Drink & Draw & Knitting Night is the second Thursday of each month, as it has been since Terry Gant...
  • From Legos, towers rise

    From Legos, towers rise
    When the Norton Museum of Art tasked Lego man Dan Parker with re-creating the world's best skyscrapers for its new exhibit, the artist made 1 World Trade Center the tallest of them all. Standing 9 feet 2 inches tall from base to antenna, Parker's Lego-...