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  • Street named for actress and member of illustrious family

    Del Valle Avenue, in the Verdugo Woodlands area of Glendale, is named for Lucretia del Valle, granddaughter of the owner of Rancho Camulos, one of the original land grants near what is now Piru. She was also an actress, which is what brought her to...
  • The Davenport University Excellence in Business Dinner

    The Davenport University Excellence in Business Dinner
    The Davenport University Excellence in Business Dinner will be held on Friday, May 6, 2011 at the DeVos Place Steelcase Ballroom where James P. Hackett, President and CEO of Steelcase, Inc, will be honored with the 2011 Peter C. Cook Excellence in...
  • Surfing Laguna: 'Soul Surfer' hits the big screen

    This past week I had the opportunity to attend a pre-screening of a very inspiring movie called "Soul Surfer." The story is based on the life of Bethany Hamilton, a gifted young surfer who suffered a shark attack while surfing her local break on the...
  • Cook Islands: The glorious middle of nowhere

    Cook Islands: The glorious middle of nowhere
    AITUTAKI, Cook Islands — "Where is that?" I must've heard the question a hundred times before arriving in the Cooks. Some friends placed the islands in the Caribbean. Several guessed "around Australia." No one nailed it until I spoke with a...
  • Kevin Sorbo - True Strength

    Kevin Sorbo - True Strength
    You suffered three strokes at the age of 38. Were there any warning signs that something was wrong? If so, what did you think they could mean? I had tingling and loss of feeling in my fingers and hand, my fingers turned cold and eventually blue, and I...
  • Celeste and Jesse Forever

    Celeste and Jesse Forever
    I can just see the clichés the critics will be writing about this. “It’s not the typical rom com.” “The perfect date movie!” Oh, puh-lease! This is an okay movie. I think you’ll either love or hate. I was lukewarm...
  • Broad Stage season includes Placido Domingo, Shakespeare's Globe

    Broad Stage season includes Placido Domingo, Shakespeare's Globe
    The Broad Stage's 2012-13 season, which will be announced Wednesday, will feature appearances by a number of prominent performers including actor Hal Holbrook, violinist Pinchas Zukerman and thespians from Shakespeare's Globe in a production of "Hamlet."...
  • Robert B. Parker left a mark on the detective novel

    Robert B. Parker left a mark on the detective novel
    Robert B. Parker, who died Monday in his Cambridge, Mass., home at age 77, spent his final moments doing exactly what he'd done for almost four decades: sitting at his desk, working on his next novel. He didn't concern himself with looking back. Instead,...
  • Guide to the 'Americas and Americans' festival

    Here are some things you might expect to find in a classical music festival dubbed "Americas and Americans": This weekend's program titled "Magic Realism." The late Antonio Estévez's folkloric piece "Cantata Criolla," about a singing contest between a...
  • The return of Harvey?

    The return of Harvey?
    At the start of this awards season, Harvey Weinstein was thrilled by the potential for "Bobby," a celeb-studded film about what happened the day Robert F. Kennedy was shot. Then "Bobby" opened to decidedly mixed reviews and underwhelming box office,...
  • Getting the vote out for 'Bobby'

    Getting the vote out for 'Bobby'
    For a movie that has grossed only $11 million, been panned by half the nation's film critics and is now almost gone from the local megaplexes, one might think that "Bobby" faces an insurmountable climb if it is to capture Academy Awards attention. But...
  • It is rocket science

    1800s -- 1841 William Wolfskill planted the first local commercial orange groves on 2 acres east of what is now Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles. 1881 On Dec. 4, the Los Angeles Times began publication as the Los Angeles Daily Times. The first...