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The Hartford CourantThe 12-foot "for sale" sign on the parking lot at Ann Uccello and Asylum streets in downtown Hartford is big and bold, and the same can be said about Paul Khakshouri's ideas for this corner of the city. His half-acre parking lot, he said, is the...
AP Television WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Ryan Seacrest will produce a new music series for the Spanish-speaking Telemundo network that will feature two established artists competing against each other for the audience's vote. The format for "Superstar Showdown" has been...
Tags: Mexico, Telemundo (tv network), Television, Entertainment, Music
ReutersBy Ilaina Jonas NEW YORK, May 10 (Reuters) - There's expensive and then there's Hong Kong. The Asian shopping haven in the first quarter kept its crown as having the world's highest rent for prime retail properties, at nearly 50 percent more than for...
Tags: Office and Retail Spaces, Rentals, Hong Kong
In 1933, Robert Ripley crash-landed into Chicago, opening his first "Odditorium" exhibition at the World's Fair. At the showing, writes Neal Thompson in “A Curious Man,” a fascinating and fun biography of the "Believe It or Not!" creator,...
Burt Bacharach was never a fan of rock 'n' roll, even as the distinctive, graceful love songs he wrote with lyricist Hal David began sharing space on the frenetic '60s and early '70s pop charts. His metier wasn't blues or psychedelia but smooth drama...
ReutersBy Junko Fujita TOKYO, May 13 (Reuters) - Japan's popular standing restaurants, where patrons eat food by former Michelin restaurant chefs for a fraction of the cost at a seated-restaurant, are about to hit New York. Michio Yasuda, an executive director...
ReutersMay 13 (Reuters) - Bank of New York Mellon Corp is appealing against a district court judgment that allowed Chesapeake Energy Corp to redeem $1.3 billion of notes six years before their maturity date, a court filing showed. Last week, U.S. District Judge...
The coolest place to spend Mother's Day in the Southland was the beach, as afternoon temperatures in many inland areas hit over 100 degrees, nearing record levels in some communities. The temperature in Van Nuys and Palm Springs was 103 at 1 p.m....
Tags: Weather, Mother's Day, Bank Robbery, Weather Reports
The Colony Theatre in Burbank continues its fight for survival due to serious financial shortfalls, but you'd never know it from the venerable mid-sized venue's fine season-ender, "Falling for Make Believe." This world premiere musical by Mark Saltzman,...
Storefront Deli, a narrow neighborhood shop in Los Feliz that served pastries, thick sandwiches, bagels and a BLT "that could change your life," is closed, confirms co-owner Chris Phelps. The deli was opened last year by Phelps and partner Zak Walters,...
More than a century ago, the rumbling, sputtering automobile put the horse and buggy out of business. Now, Jason Wenig wants to help history repeat itself. The owner of a Dania Beach car restoration company, Wenig is on a unique mission: harness today's...
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD CIF Southern Section Division 2 preliminaries MOORPARK — Newport Harbor senior Marty Taylor qualified first in the discus throw with a personal-best heave of 190 feet, 4 1/2 inches and he qualified first in the shotput in...
Tags: Track and Field
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