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LBSU MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Powerful UCLA avenges earlier upset loss at LBSU
LOS ANGELES - The eighth-ranked Long Beach State men's volleyball team suffered a 3-0 setback at the hands of No. 1 UCLA Wednesday evening - 25-18, 25-20, 25-21 - at the John Wooden Center. The top-ranked Bruins, who remained unbeaten at home, ...

UK Digital Comms Agency Way To Blue To Open US Office in LA (Exclusive)
LONDON – UK based digital media communications agency Way To Blue is open a US division in Los Angeles having undergone a management restructure. The management shake-up sees current Way To Blue deputy managing director Adam Rubins bumped up to CEO of ...

Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range; Ventura County ...
Los Angeles County Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range; Ventura County ...

Class Claims Cosmetics Are Not 'Cruelty Free'
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - Five women say in a federal class action that Estee Lauder, Avon and Mary Kay resumed animal testing of cosmetics for the Chinese market while falsely claiming in the United States that their products are "cruelty ...

LAX Light Rail Opponents Sue Uncle Sam
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - South Los Angeles residents challenged the approval of a $1.75 billion light rail project toward LAX airport, insisting that at least part of the line should go underground. The Crenshaw Subway Coalition sued the ...

Howland's trying to Win at all Costs is the Real Problem
by DCBruins on Mar 1, 2012 5:44 AM PST in Basketball A friend of mine is a high school football coach in the equivalent of a high major program. He told me how he was disgusted watching his son's peewee football game. The peewee coach ran a version of ...

New Health Department Policy Lets Dogs on Patios, Still Not on Chairs
By Tien Nguyen Thu., Mar. 1 2012 at 6:21 AM ​For dog owners who have nice, well-behaved pups, going out to eat with your pack just got a little bit easier: a new Los Angeles County Public Health policy grants restaurants with outside dining areas with ...

The Pros & Cons of Providing Illegal Residents with Legal Licenses
by Brian Addison | Long Beach News | 03.01.12 | 8:00am | Two major events occurred that make Los Angeles County a more lenient space with regards to illegal residential drivers. Firstly, last Thursday, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca voiced his ...

County Marks 'Weights And Measures Week' March 1-7
ARCADIA, Calif. — From turnips to taxicab rides, from ground beef to gasoline, every transaction is based upon a count, measurement, weight or volume. Weights and Measures officials inspect and verify the accuracy of commercial scales, meters, ...

Boston Fugitive Wanted For Abusing 2 Young Boys In 1993 May Be In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The FBI believes a man accused of abusing two young children in Boston in 1993 may be in Los Angeles. John Joseph Hartin, 42, has been a fugitive for nearly 18 years after being charged in 1993 with five counts of statutory rape of ...

Family-focused stories at forefront of Israel Film Fest
By Tom Tugend From left: Henry David and Sarah Adler in “Restoration,” which will open the Israel Film Festival. It's springtime in Los Angeles, which means raising the curtain on the 26th Israel Film Festival, this year displaying a colorful palette ...

How to Support Planned Parenthood and Enjoy Delicious Food & Drink at the Same ...
How to Support Planned Parenthood and Enjoy Delicious Food & Drink at the Same ...

View Bodies As Canvases Tonight At USC's ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives
KPCC just released a new video, "Transactivations," that shows two local artists using "their bodies as canvases to defy gender norms," as the caption below the video so perfectly states. One artist, Heather Cassils, gained 24 pounds of muscle mass in ...

Downey shooting protesters await Sheriff's Dept. report
Family members and friends of Michael Nida, 31, killed in a police-involved shooting Oct. 22, continue to make their presence known at Downey City Council meetings but caused no problems Tuesday night. DOWNEY — Friends and family of Michael Nida, ...

LAPD officers shoot, wound suspect while serving warrant in La Mirada
LA MIRADA - Officers today shot and killed a double-murder suspect who fired a gun at investigators trying to arrest him at a house in La Mirada, police reported. The 27-year-old man died at the scene of the 8:30 am shooting in the 15500 block of ...

USC Study Finds More Southern California Cities Racially Balanced
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A USC study released Thursday has found that more Southern California cities are on average more racially balanced than they were 20 years ago. A combination of dwindling numbers of whites and blacks in the five-county region, ...

Pico Rivera man must stand trial on spousal abuse charges
A 29-year-old Long Beach police officer accused of repeatedly assaulting and threatening his wife at their Pico Rivera home was ordered Wednesday to stand trial. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Terry A. Bork found sufficient evidence to require ...

What Does UCLA Basketball Want To Be?
by Tydides on Mar 1, 2012 4:46 PM PST in Basketball We are at a crossroads, and as Dan Wolken of Fox Sports points out, the question now is what does UCLA Basketball want to be? What does it mean? What does it stand for? Never in the past half century, ...

To the mat no longer
In Los Angeles, people are increasingly rejecting yoga in favor of boot camp or kickboxing. They say it's for fitness, but that's not true: It's all about what they see in the mirror. Any exercise practice can be tough or wimpy, depending on the ...

Sacrifice the Virgin: LA Opera Stages a Mixed Albert Herring
Tenor Alek Shrader plays the title role in Albert Herring, a work by Benjamin Britten now at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - There are plenty of opportunities for Monty Python-level humor in the opera Albert Herring, ...

LA Phil LIVE: Gusavo Dudamel conducts Mahler 8 “Symphony of a Thousand”
By Geoffrey Maingart Los Angeles, CA(Hollywood Today)2/1/12/—Gustav Mahler's comments below to musical historian Richard Specht were published after Mahler's death about this magnificent symphony written by the composer in 1906 and completed the score ...

Doctor charged in fatal prescription overdoses
Hsiu-Ying 'Lisa' Tseng is being held on $3-million bail in a rare attempt to prosecute patients' deaths as crimes. A 2010 Times investigation linked her prescriptions to eight fatal overdoses. Dr. Hsiu-Ying "Lisa" Tseng is escorted from her Rowland ...

Most Southern California cities considered multiracial, report says
A USC analysis of changes since 1990 finds that a large majority of cities in five counties have significant populations of at least two racial or ethnic groups. Diversity is on display at a farmers market in Lancaster, where listeners wait to hear ...

LAUSD ousts Morris as head of Adult Ed Division
By Barbara Jones Staff Writer Assistant Superintendent Ed Morris has been ousted as head of Los Angeles Unified's popular, yet embattled, Adult Education Division. Morris was notified of the decision about 4 pm Tuesday by Deputy Superintendent Jaime ...

LA Board of Education OKs proposal for new district boundaries
The Los Angeles Board of Education votes to approve new districts, which would increase the liklihood of a third Latino board member. The proposal moves to the City Council. By Stephen Ceasar, Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Board of Education districts ...

Occupy protests bring small yet intense crowds to state campuses
Demonstrators at UC and Cal State campuses decry state budget cuts and the resulting hikes in tuition. No arrests were reported, and most academic schedules were not disrupted. Students from Cal State Long Beach dance Thursday during a protest against ...

Cypress Hill, Kottonmouth Kings Rally for Medical Marjiana
The SmokeOut for Safe Access protest is in response to the DEA proposed ban of local dispensaries in LA. Cypress Hill, Tommy Chong, Kottonmouth Kings and about 200 other medical marijuana supporters rallied together in downtown Los Angeles Thursday for ...

FEINBERG: As We Bid Farewell to the 2011-2012 Awards Season, Some Thank Yous ...
FEINBERG: As We Bid Farewell to the 2011-2012 Awards Season, Some Thank Yous ...

UCLA rolls over listless Washington State
By SCOTT M. REID / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER LOS ANGELES – The question through much of UCLA's 78-46 romp over Washington State on Thursday night was who was going to show up first? UCLA coach Ben Howland shouts instructions during the game with ...

Politicos Seek Redress From California Bank
By MATT REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES (CN) - Four California lawmakers claim in Superior Court that First California Bank helped campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee siphon more than $1 million from their accounts. Durkee, once a respected treasurer for dozens of ...


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