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  • Todd Bridges- "Killing Willis: From Diff'rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted"

    Diff'rent Strokes Star Todd Bridges joined us live to talk about his new memoir "Killing Willis: From Different to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted". "Whatchu Talkin' about Willis?" became the mantra of the '80s tied to the popular...
  • Man Killed in Possible Case of Mistaken Identity

    Man Killed in Possible Case of Mistaken Identity
    NORTHRIDGE -- A 21-year-old man who was shot and killed in Northridge may have been the victim of mistaken identity, police said. Patrick Shillings, 21, was gunned down shortly after noon Sunday on White Oak Avenue, said Officer Karen Rayner of the Los...
  • Domestic drama: Lee Strasberg's family continues the legacy of instruction, despite some friction

    Domestic drama: Lee Strasberg's family continues the legacy of instruction, despite some friction
    The Method is dead. Long live the Method. ΒΆ Spend an afternoon with David Lee Strasberg, the ambitious 38-year-old son of legendary acting guru Lee Strasberg, and you just might walk away with the idea that something revolutionary is going on at the...
  • Man Facing Eviction Fatally Shoots Himself

    Man Facing Eviction Fatally Shoots Himself
    NORTHRIDGE -- A man who fatally shot himself in Northridge after deputies tried to serve him with an eviction notice was identified Saturday. Sheriff's deputies from the Civil Management Unit's Van Nuys office went to the home in the 17000 block of...
  • Slide show on sacred sites around the world

    WORLDWIDE Slide show Greg Roach of Spirit Quest Tours will present images of sacred sites. When, where: 7:30 p.m. Monday at Distant Lands, 56 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Admission, info: Free. RSVP to (626) 449-3220. WORLDWIDE Slide show Mort...
  • Should you rent or buy during difficult economic times?

    Should you rent or buy during difficult economic times?
    Surely we've learned a thing or two from the sub-prime mortgage crisis: Don't buy a home for $500,000 when you can only afford half that, no matter what mortgage lenders tell you. Renters should not feel pressured to buy, just as they should not feel...
  • Mason Eng

    Mason Eng
    Mason Eng is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is the Producer and Director of Catharsis, the story of a Holocaust survivor remembering those who perished through his art. Mason was born in 1981 and has been a life long resident of Santa...
  • OC Fire Search and Rescue Team's Trip to Haiti Delayed

    OC Fire Search and Rescue Team's Trip to Haiti Delayed
    PACOIMA, Calif. -- The second of two Southland urban search-and-rescue teams deployed to quake-ravaged Haiti is expected to begin its journey Friday. Orange County fire authority is sending as many as 80 firefighters from their Urban Search and Rescue...
  • Checking out nature's web sites

    IN an announcement about the opening of the Spider Pavilion at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, I recently referred to spiders as insects. It brought this response from a reader in Whittier: "Spiders are not insects! Insects have six...
  • Landscape of constant change

    The architectural history of the Southern California home is far too rich, innovative and colorful a narrative to fit neatly onto one newspaper page, but the following timeline gathers a variety of important milestones — beginning with the...
  • To Fairfax and on to Ethiopia

    There's a block-long section of South Fairfax Avenue that transports passersby to a distant land. In Little Ethiopia, the lively conversations are in Amharic and the pungent smells are from spices uncommon to most American palates. Be ready to pass the...
  • Treasures amid Valley bustle

    North Hills, a Los Angeles suburb of residential developments, large lots and commercial space, sits in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. The community, renamed twice since 1915, is home to a traffic-stopping topiary poodle, an onion-domed church...