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  • Free rock-inspired fashion show on Las Olas Thursday

    Free rock-inspired fashion show on Las Olas Thursday
    Rock fashion rolls down the runway at SoLita on Las Olas Thursday. The "Rock the Catwalk" fashion show starts at 9 p.m. on March 28 and will include a performance by Ariel Bartolo-Kira. The show is free and open to the public, but dinner...
  • PASSINGS: Bob Pease

    PASSINGS: Bob Pease
    Bob Pease, 70, a prominent Silicon Valley engineer and author of several books on analog chip design, died Saturday evening when his car crashed into a tree in Saratoga, Calif., southwest of San Jose. Pease, who was not wearing a seat belt while...
  • Geek is (still) chic

    Geek is (still) chic
    Technological innovation? Particle theory? Biomimetics? These weighty subjects are not just for experts. All published in 2010, these highly relatable reads explore places in the day-to-day where complex science is hard at work. "The Amazing Story of...
  • Home for the Holidays: the backstory

     
    “Home for the Holidays” was written in 1954 by a Jewish, middle-aged former newspaper reporter and a 20-something pianist and arranger who were employed at the time by Perry Como. Como was looking for a new Christmas song and asked Al Stillman...
  • Pro Portfolio: How designers created three looks at Gallery Lofts in Marina del Rey

     
    Every Monday we post a recently built, remodeled or redecorated home with commentary from the designer. This week's project focuses on three model units designed for a loft building: Lead interior designer: Adam Rolston, Incorporated Architecture &...
  • Brea man dies after crashing into light pole

     
    A 71-year-old male driver suffering from an unknown medical condition died after crashing into several cars along a one-mile stretch of roadway before hitting a light pole in Placentia, authorities said Saturday. Robert Allen Williamson was driving a...
  • An offer you can't refuse: Las Vegas opens new Mob Museum

     
    Vegas Mob Museum: A Las Vegas museum dedicated to the history of organized crime in the city opened Tuesday....
  • Brea Man Dies After Crashing Into Light Pole

    Brea Man Dies After Crashing Into Light Pole
    PLACENTIA (KTLA) -- A 71-year-old man with an unknown medical condition died Friday evening after crashing into several cars before hitting a light police, officials say. The man, Robert Allen Williamson, of Brea, was driving a Toyota Prius about 7:50 p....
  • Charges Announced For Two Involved In Alleged Flint Bar Video Gambling Scheme

    Charges Announced For Two Involved In Alleged Flint Bar Video Gambling Scheme
    Michigan Attorney General Bill Shcuette announced today criminal charges against two men who allegedy served as ringleaders in a large illegal video poker operation, based in Flint bars. The charges come after an extensive investigation by Michigan...
  • One man, two lives, in Fox's 'Lone Star'

    If you're going to be a grifter and perpetuate simultaneous long cons in two cities in the same state at the same time, one might think you'd find two names a little more different than Robert Allen and Bob Allen. But as those who saw the premiere last...
  • Williamsburg man guilty of blowing up apartment in botched suicide

    WILLIAMSBURG — A Williamsburg man convicted of several felonies Friday intended to kill himself when he released flammable gases into the basement storage room of a Merrimac Trail apartment building. Instead, he came near to killing three people...
  • President Obama Invites West Michigan Soldier To State Of The Union

    President Obama Invites West Michigan Soldier To State Of The Union
    President Barack Obama is set to make his second State of the Union address Tuesday night to a joint session of Congress, and a soldier from West Michigan will be there sitting with the first lady. Staff Sergeant Brian Mast from Grand Rapids was deployed...