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  • Friends give up luxuries to support Peace Corps

     
    A pair of Lincoln Parkers are foregoing Western amenities for one week to demonstrate just how drastic the lifestyle change for Peace Corps volunteers can be....
  • Dwight Howard visits Mongolia, dances with local children

     
    Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard is in Mongolia for an adidas promotional tour....
  • With film shoots rising, Hertz Global buys local

    New Jersey-based Hertz Global Holdings Inc. has acquired Burbank's 24/7 Studio Equipment, which rents generators, light towers, booms and other equipment for film and television production. 24/7, founded in 2005, was owned by private equity firm...
  • Irvine company contributes to Habitat for Humanity

    Irvine company contributes to Habitat for Humanity
    Ally Antis is like any other 14-year-old. The Mission Viejo resident enjoys swimming, playing piano, hanging out with her friends and spending time with her family. However, Ally also shines among others her age through her involvement with helping those...
  • Round Tables Opening in Mongolia, Managers to Train in Manteca

    Round Tables Opening in Mongolia, Managers to Train in Manteca
    Round Table Pizza announced plans Thursday to open 10 restaurants in Mongolia. Two manager trainees landed in California Wednesday, and will spend the next eight weeks in Manteca, learning the tricks of the Round Table trade. The company says the soon-...
  • Dwight Howard visits Mongolia, dances with kids | Video

    Dwight Howard visits Mongolia, dances with kids | <b>Video</b>
    Dwight Howard can add another exotic locale to the list of places he’s visited. The Orlando Magic center is in Mongolia for his adidas promotional tour of the Far East. “In mongolia,” Howard tweeted nine hours ago. “Wow what a...
  • Tales of the Funemployed

    Tales of the Funemployed
    Michael Van Gorkom was laid off by Yahoo in late April. He didn't panic. He didn't rush off to a therapist. Instead, the 33-year-old Santa Monica resident discovered that being jobless "kind of settled nicely." Week one: "I thought, 'OK ... I need to...
  • CRIME WATCH: A roundup of books featuring murder, mayhem and a few sleuths

    Stalking Susan By Julie Kramer Doubleday, $22.95 The television news adage "if it bleeds, it leads" is no truer than it is in Julie Kramer's dazzling debut novel "Stalking Susan," where a down-and-out Minneapolis television reporter gets hold of a...
  • On the trail of the Russian crown jewels

    On the trail of the Russian crown jewels
    She's navigated the world of Los Angeles' elite for eight decades -- weekending at Hearst Castle at San Simeon with William Randolph Hearst, riding horses with friends at her family ranch above the boulevard that bears her father's name, partying at...
  • For the 'funemployed,' unemployment is welcome

    For the 'funemployed,' unemployment is welcome
    Michael Van Gorkom was laid off by Yahoo in late April. He didn't panic. He didn't rush off to a therapist. Instead, the 33-year-old Santa Monica resident discovered that being jobless "kind of settled nicely." Week one: "I thought, 'OK . . . I need to...
  • Please Don't Go

    Here's a discouraging metric: Google the phrase "endangered places" and you'll get more than 30,000 results. The Natural Resources Defense Council wants to preserve the white water of Patagonia's Futaleufu River; the World Wildlife Fund urges saving the...
  • Squeeze on North Korea's money supply yields results

    For three years, the Bush administration has waged a campaign to choke off North Korea's access to the world's financial system, where U.S. officials say the nation launders money from criminal enterprises to fuel its trade in missile technology and its...