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  • LACMA event celebrates 100 years of Western Costume Co.

     
    The Costume Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art hosted: "Western Costume Company: The First 100 Years," June 20 at LACMA's Bing Theater. Costume designers and fashion designers and Costume Council members gathered for a panel discussion and...
  • Natural Perspectives: Adventures, photo ops are close to home

    Vic and I had an out-of-town guest last week, Harold Drabkin from Bangor, Maine. We were friends with Harold back in our graduate school days at Wesleyan University, nearly 40 years ago. We've seen Harold only a couple of times since then. It's amazing to...
  • 100 Reasons to Celebrate

    100 Reasons to Celebrate
    LMU at 100: Learn. Lead. Serve. Parade order: 68 LMU rings in its centennial with a floral replication of its university in this year’s 123rd Rose Parade. The 55-foot-long float will feature the iconic LMU “bluff” letters — those...
  • Landmark Roy Rogers Ranch To Be Auctioned

    Landmark Roy Rogers Ranch To Be Auctioned
    VICTORVILLE, Calif (KTLA) --The landmark Roy Rogers Double R Bar Ranch will be auctioned off, along with collectible Roy Rogers memorabilia, Thursday. The auction includes the horse ranch with numerous equestrian facilities including stables and a half-...
  • In the Pipeline: After 50 years, Duane Eddy will travel

    In the Pipeline: After 50 years, Duane Eddy will travel
    He's wearing black slacks and a black shirt and cowboy hat. There's a bit of silver woven in, too, that picks up the light in the small hotel room. With his neatly trimmed beard and gentle country manner, he cuts a romantic, old-time figure, like some...
  • Thousands cheer on Marine band at Rose Parade

    Thousands cheer on Marine band at Rose Parade
    LOS ANGELES - A Marine marching band from Camp Pendleton and grand marshal J.R. Martinez drew among the biggest cheers from thousands of parade-goers who lined Colorado Boulevard for the 123rd Rose Parade, which began on a chilly Monday morning and...
  • Orlando Magic have lost a key staffer to the Detroit Pistons

    Orlando Magic have lost a key staffer to the Detroit Pistons
    The Orlando Magic are about to lose a key member of their basketball operations staff. Charles Klask, the Magic’s scouting information manager, has accepted a job with the Detroit Pistons. “Charles was our statistics guru,” Magic...
  • Verdugo Views: Remembering the pre-freeway neighborhood

    Verdugo Views: Remembering the pre-freeway neighborhood
    Ron Magneson’s family moved to Walnut Drive in 1948 when he was four years old, and remained there until they were forced to leave in 1964 by construction of the Glendale (State Route 2) Freeway. “It was a very short street,” he...
  • Former Broward School Board member gets 3 years, 1 month in prison

    Former Broward School Board member gets 3 years, 1 month in prison
    document.write (""); Former Broward School Board member Beverly Gallagher was sentenced to a little over three years in prison on a corruption charge Wednesday morning in federal court in Fort Lauderdale. Gallagher, 51, of Pembroke Pines, pleaded...
  • In Weston, getting close to nature works both ways

    In Weston, getting close to nature works both ways
    Gated communities. Excellent schools. The prestige of a Weston address. And of course water moccasins, alligators, a bear and wild hogs. There is a challenging side to living in one of South Florida's wealthiest cities. The community of 62,000 juts...
  • A "Mayberry" for the rich and famous

    A "Mayberry" for the rich and famous
    Millionaires and billionaires can live anywhere, so what's so special about this 2.4 square-mile city of 11,020 people that sits snug between Federal Highway and the Intracoastal Waterway? Driving along U.S. 1 at Sample Road, if you didn't already know...
  • Antiques not the only attraction at Renninger's in Mount Dora

    Antiques not the only attraction at Renninger's in Mount Dora
    When I told my friends that I went antiquing last weekend, there wasn't a one of them that didn't arch an eyebrow. They don't see antiques coming from me. And, yes, I have been to the mammoth Renninger's Antique and Collectors Extravaganza only a...