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  • Police volunteers at your service

    Police volunteers at your service
    Instead of basking in their golden years, six longtime Glendale residents decided to take on a new job — volunteer patrollers for the Police Department. On Wednesday, the group became the latest members of the department's Retired Senior Volunteer...
  • Joseph Ross Blouin

    January 7, 1918 – January 13, 2011 Joseph Ross Blouin died peacefully on January 13, 2011, at the age of 93 surrounded by family.  He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.  Ross is survived by his children: Ann Blouin Jones (Stanton), and...
  • Briefly In Education

    Rachel's Challenge successful On May 20, students at Top of the World Elementary School celebrated being kind, caring and positive during an assembly and parade. It was all part of Rachel's Challenge, a nationwide movement inspired by a student who died...
  • L.A. Vegan Beer Fest

    Tony Yanow (Tony's Darts Away, Mohawk Bend, ColLab) and L.A.'s vegan blogger, Quarry Girl, are co-hosting the second L.A. Vegan Beer Festival at the world famous Roxy Theatre on Sunset on Saturday, June 25th. The festival will feature brewers from...
  • Vandals Target Grieving Mom in Eagle Rock

    Vandals Target Grieving Mom in Eagle Rock
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. ( KTLA) -- An Eagle Rock woman whose daughter was murdered more than a decade ago has been targeted by vandals who spray-painted a threatening message on her garage door. Anna Del Rio, who works for Crime Stoppers, awoke Thursday to...
  • Piece of Mind: Forgetting our protectors

    Piece of Mind: Forgetting our protectors
    Unlike some of the men of his generation, he was not eager to be a soldier. He did not rush to enlist, following Japan's Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and the declaration of war on the U.S. by Germany's Adolph Hitler that followed a few days later....
  • 'The Cool School'

    'The Cool School'
    If there had been a flash grease-fire at Barney's Beanery in West Hollywood circa 1960, the entire L.A. art scene would have been wiped out. So deadpans artist Ken Price in "The Cool School," filmmaker Morgan Neville's lively, absorbing documentary about...
  • The hungry gourmet heads to market

    The hungry gourmet heads to market
    In the tree-shaded space where the Leimert Park farmers market is gradually coming to Saturday-morning life, shoppers sleepily sip coffee from nearby Fifth Street Dick's coffeehouse — but they wake right up as they approach the Gourmet Tamale...
  • Abandoned project doesn't fit in with Eagle Rock's progress

    Abandoned project doesn't fit in with Eagle Rock's progress
    To those who live in the hills above Eagle Rock -- iconoclasts and eccentrics, many of them artists and "day sleepers" and people who drop Samuel Beckett lines casually into conversation -- the grassy lot at the end of the main drag was never much of a...
  • Measure R is more than roads and rails

    Measure R is more than roads and rails
    This is the first of two articles on the intersection of public transit, urbanism and architecture on next week's ballot. There is a pedestrian path -- maintained, if that is not too generous a word, by the city of Los Angeles -- near my house in Eagle...
  • A thriving Filipino community is anchored by a mall

    First, Jollibee and Goldilocks -- both popular restaurants in the Philippines -- opened their doors in 2005. The next year came Seafood City, a supermarket that features an almost endless supply of seafood and other Filipino specialties. Today there are...
  • Oxy's new president hopes to bridge eras

    Robert Skotheim was at first amused when he was invited to become president of Occidental College, even for just 18 months. "I thought it was the most ridiculous thing I ever heard of," he recalled. After all, the former professor of American history had...