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Steven Davis' sojourn on Los Angeles' skid row last year was brief but unusually fruitful. Davis, a 32-year-old schizophrenic, was dumped in front of the New Image Shelter last year by College Hospital in Costa Mesa, not long after being diagnosed as...
Comedic actor and film star Sacha Baron Cohen has leased out his Sunset Strip area house for $9,000 a month. But the major real estate deal this summer for Baron Cohen and his wife, actress Isla Fisher, was the purchase of a nearby Mediterranean...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Hollywood Reporter announced its annual list of the entertainment industry's top female power players Tuesday over breakfast at the Beverly Hills Hotel. No. 1? Anne Sweeney, president of Disney/ABC Television. "I love the smell of estrogen in the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesKristen Bell sits perched on a picnic table bench at Griffith Park wearing jean shorts, a pinkish button-down top and cornflower blue Toms espadrilles. The 30-year-old actress, blond hair tied back in a ponytail, watches as her two dogs explore the grass....
Tags: Human Body, Celebrities, Cher, Los Angeles, Betty White
Tribune staff reporterEdward Zander's closest adviser during his first six months as Motorola Inc.'s chief executive officer was a brainy guy who soaks up information like a detective working a case. Wherever Zander was, Richard Nottenburg was nearby. His business card read,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith 14 rides, including eight roller coasters, the proposed Orlando Thrill Park hopes to cater to enthusiasts underserved by Florida's theme parks. Photo gallery: View the 14 proposed Orlando Thrill Park rides Scheduled to open in summer 2013, the...
Maywood officials were put on notice last summer that the city would lose its insurance coverage unless they met a list of 20 conditions, which included hiring a permanent city manager. Despite repeated warnings over the next 11 months, city leaders...
Last evening I heard a loud bang, crash and skidding noises. I went to the front porch and there, in the middle of the street, was a car with a broken axle in the oncoming traffic lane. The driver was obviously going too fast, lost control, hit the curb...
Last September I wrote about how President Obama's health-care reforms directly impacted our family. Our 7-year-old son has hydrocephalus, a lifelong, life-threatening medical condition. Since this is a pre-existing condition, prior to the reform's...
Tags: Crimes, Family, Los Angeles, Republican Party, Elections
As a ninth-grader at Crescenta Valley High School, I felt the need to respond to a letter by Debi Devens concerning President Obama's speech to schoolchildren ("Keep Obama speech out of the classroom," Sept. 14). She claims that the speech should not...
Tags: California, Barack Obama
The only good thing about being struck by a vehicle while walking in Glendale is the instant before the impact. There are no lights, no sirens, no blood and no pain. It is the instant after that one must prepare for, because life as they knew it will...
If manure flows downstream, cities like Glendale and Ventura have found themselves in it up to their knees. In the weeks since news of the excessive executive salaries at the city of Bell broke, the cascading effects of those pay decisions have...
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