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Archive for November 23rd, 2012
Small businesses want big sales this holiday shopping season, so they're offering special promotions on 'Small Business Saturday'
The newly formed boys football team is one place where the 'hood you live in, the color you wear, or the street you're from doesn't matter.
Despite this week’s ceasefire, the flareup in violence between Israel and Gaza is prompting interfaith collaborations in the Los Angeles region. An upcoming event focuses on how Muslims and Jews regard the idea of “home.”
A photo exhibit in Santa Ana documents two decades of a major music movement variously known as Rock en Español, Latin rock, and Latin alternative.
Food coma still going strong? Here are five ways to get out in L.A. and work off that tryptophan following the holiday feast, including ice, salsa & hidden stairs.
Hagman was diagnosed in 1992 with cirrhosis of the liver and acknowledged that he had drunk heavily for years. In 1995 he underwent a liver transplant.
Two people were shot outside a Walmart store in Tallahassee. Pepper spray was used in a Michigan mall. There was even trouble in Santa Monica.
The season was to start on October 11, but the contract dispute has now affected 34 percent of the season and wiped out the wildly popular Winter Classic game.
Plenty of observers of the smartphone market had written Research in Motion off. But as the release of new phones nears, the stock is gaining.
"I’m a little scared if I go in and they tell me that I’m fired, but that’s a risk I’m willing to take for what’s right,” Richard Reynoso, who works at the Duarte store, said.
Gabriel Aubry has been arrested for investigation of battery after authorities say he and the Oscar-winning actress' current boyfriend got into a fight.
For those about to shop, we salute you. For those about to nap, here are a few alternatives to fill the hours of festive, digestive distress known as Black Friday.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell, Peter Rainer and Charles Solomon to review the week’s new film releases including Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Price Check and more.
The Loh Down On Science
Pass the salt!
LAUSD’s John Deasy heads back to his office with a lot of decisions to make after Proposition 30 passed on the November ballot.
It’s time for the Friday-morning quarterbacking session – how was your holiday? Were there any surprises? What will you do differently next year?
Would you shop if you thought a mannequin was watching? What’s the difference between this and a security camera?
Larry and the critics review the week’s new film releases, including Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Price Check and more. TGI-FilmWeek!
David Thomson, film historian and author of “The Big Screen: The Story of the Movies,” didn’t want to write just any history of cinema.
Is Morsi setting himself up to become the new dictator of Egypt? What is the reaction amongst different groups in Egypt and in the international community?
Over the next two presidential election cycles, there will be 95 million millennial votes up for grabs. How will their choices shape Congress?
The work of prolific photographer Maynard L. Parker exemplifies modern photography. His work can now be enjoyed in a new collection from curator Jennifer A. Watts.
Have you ever wondered what the hotel concierge says about you behind your back? Now you can find out what goes on behind the scenes of the hospitality industry.