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The Irvine Museum is known for its splendid collection of California landscapes and a selection of its paintings is now being shown at Laguna College of Art & Design in a wide-ranging exhibit, "Masterpieces from Irvine Museum," that has a surprisingly...
Associated PressTwo state parolees are back in custody after they were found hiding in a Marin County vineyard after a high-speed chase. The California Highway Patrol says 22-year-old Robert Dale Baker of Santa Rosa and 28-year-old Danny Sannicolas of Vacaville are...
An editorial from the Los Angeles TimesSan Francisco was a rough-and-tumble Gold Rush boomtown in 1852, when authorities decided they needed more secure facilities to house troublemakers than the prison ships docked in the bay. So they built a prison at Point San Quentin, an out-of-the way...
At first encounter, the kitschy side of Solvang can be off-putting, what with all the shop windows filled with cutesy figurines and souvenirs of the Danish-themed town. But on closer acquaintance, when window boxes spill over with flowers and old-...
Doris Brin Walker, a radical lawyer who fought anti-communist hysteria in the 1950s and helped clear activist Angela Davis of murder and kidnapping charges in the 1970s, died of a stroke Aug. 13 at a San Francisco hospital, her daughter, Emily Roberson,...
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As city editor of this paper for five years, I've had the privilege — and challenge — of being the "boss" of a reporter who writes rings around me every week. And she'll turn 78 this year. Of course I'm talking about Barbara Diamond, who on...
PASSINGS: Paul Johnson, John R. 'Jack' Beckett, Bill Wagner, John Willis, Rudolf Leopold, Lorn BrownPaul Johnson Longtime L.A. traffic reporter Paul Johnson, 75, a longtime Los Angeles traffic reporter who worked at KNBC-TV Channel 4 for 22 years and was known for his signature phrase "Buckle up, be careful out there," died Tuesday at his home in...
Golden Gate The Life and Times of America's Greatest Bridge Kevin Starr Bloomsbury Press: 216 pp., $23 Colossus Hoover Dam and the Making of the American Century Michael Hiltzik Free Press: 498 pp., $30 The Golden Gate Bridge and Hoover Dam are...
Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO -- A man suspected of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend and another person at the entrance to a busy San Francisco Bay toll bridge was arrested early Wednesday after an overnight manhunt. Nathaniel Burris, 46, of Richmond, Calif., was...
Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO -- DNA ties a California death row inmate convicted in the killings of seven hikers to the unsolved 1979 slaying of a jogger in a San Francisco park, police said Tuesday. Cold-case Inspector Joe Toomey said DNA evidence in the stabbing of...
Shortly before 7 a.m., Beverley Thorne stepped out of his home in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. A roll of drawings under his arm, the 85-year-old was off to meet the contractor on one of his new projects: a rectory under construction at Christ...
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