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  • Two men held in Nordstrom Rack robbery, hostage taking

     
    Los Angeles police have arrested two men on suspicion of carrying out a brazen robbery at the Nordstrom Rack in Westchester and holding 14 employees hostage last week, sources familiar with the investigation told The Times....
  • Five arrested in Nordstrom Rack takeover robbery, LAPD says

     
    A total of five people have been arrested in connection with a takeover robbery at Nordstrom Rack in Westchester last week that included taking 14 employees captive, Los Angeles police said Monday. The arrests were announced at a press conference......
  • My Strange Addiction Tournament: Drinks Nail Polish vs. Picking My Scabs

     
    Which of these 32 odd addictions from TLC's My Strange Addiction is the strangest? Vote now in the Strangest My Strange Addiction Tournament! Howard Hughes Region First Round Matchup No. 3: A woman who likes to take her manicures internally goes up...
  • “My Strange Addiction” Tournament Round 2: Drinks Nail Polish vs. Eats Deodorant

     
    Which of the odd addictions from TLC's My Strange Addiction is the strangest? Vote now in Round 2 of the Strangest My Strange Addiction Tournament! Howard Hughes Region Second Round Matchup No. 2 3 Drinks Nail Polish: Bertha drinks up to five bottles of...
  • “My Strange Addiction” Tournament Round 2: Addicted to Coffee Enemas vs. In Love With Balloons

     
    Which of the odd addictions from TLC's My Strange Addiction is the strangest? Vote now in Round 2 of the Strangest My Strange Addiction Tournament! Howard Hughes Region Second Round Matchup No. 1 1 Addicted to Coffee Enemas: Trina and her husband Mike...
  • 1946 move of the Spruce Goose

     
    The H-4 Hercules aka "Spruce Goose" was originally built in sections by Hughes Aircraft in Culver City. In June, 1946, the wings, hull and other sections were transported to Terminal Island in Long Beach for final assembly....
  • The flight of the Spruce Goose

     
    The Spruce Goose takes its one and only flight on Nov. 2, 1947....
  • American Scientists Win Nobel Prize In Chemistry

    American Scientists Win Nobel Prize In Chemistry
    Two American scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work revealing protein receptors on the surface of cells that tell them what is going on in the human body. The achievements have allowed drug makers to develop medication with fewer side...
  • Maurice Chavalier drinks a Pabst Blue Ribbon

    Maurice Chavalier drinks a Pabst Blue Ribbon
    In the early 20th Century, the epicenters of film and stage stardom were New York and Los Angeles. Luckily for us, stars in transit often changed trains in Chicago. Hepburn, Pickford, Rogers, West, Hughes, Capra and Brice. All names and iconic faces...
  • Artist worked for Howard Hughes, influenced other creatives

    Artist worked for Howard Hughes, influenced other creatives
    Mario Zamparelli's movie posters and designs have influenced artists from Hollywood to Las Vegas and beyond, and relatives say he, in turn, was inspired by his La CaƱada Flintridge home and surroundings. Zamparelli died Saturday at age 91. During his...
  • Las Vegas' new mob museum is a 'hit'

    Las Vegas' new mob museum is a 'hit'
    LAS VEGAS — Valentine's Day is for a day of love and kisses and chocolate and roses. Except on Feb. 14, 1929, in Chicago, which featured Tommy gun bursts, shotgun blasts, pistol shots and headlines of the slaughter of seven gangsters in a South...
  • Charles Higham dies at 81; controversial celebrity biographer

    Charles Higham dies at 81; controversial celebrity biographer
    Charles Higham, a poet, critic and prolific celebrity biographer who found political and sexual intrigue in the lives of Hollywood icons such as Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich and, most controversially, Errol Flynn, died April 21 at his Los Angeles home. He...