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LA Daily News
Ex-Marine behind East Los Angeles bank robbery involving a fake pipe bomb to be sentenced Monday
Federal prosecutors are recommending that an ex- Marine who orchestrated the robbery of an East Los Angeles bank by taping a fake pipe bomb to the body of his girlfriend -- the bank's assistant manager -- should be sentenced today to 14 years behind bars.
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Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Salinas Californian
Key Salinas River study reaches supervisorsKey Salinas River study...
Key Salinas River study reaches supervisors A major environmental report will go before Monterey County supervisors July 29 Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1rp0xuN A non-native species of cane-like plant called Arundo is some of the debris growers want to clear out of the Salinas River channel.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Water group enlists canvassers to collect signatures
As the November 4 election moves closer on the calendar, Claremont residents are thirsty for information on the water revenue bond measure and it appears Golden State Water Company is offering the first drink from the fountain.
News Talk Florida
National Ice Cream Day: Get Your Free Ice Cream At MOSI
This Sunday, July 20, 2014, is National Ice Cream Day, and for the seventh year in a row Blue Bell Ice Cream will celebrate with guests at MOSI .
Wed Jul 16, 2014
LA Daily News
Anonymous essay on teacher grows into LAPD, Marlborough School investigation
The essay wasn't meant to make national headlines, question the reputation of an elite Los Angeles school or end a teacher's employment.
Wall Street Journal
Pass No More
In a way it's not surprising that the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is holding the first major retrospective of the California painter John Altoon .
The Blank Notebook Gets a Makeover
On my desk this morning was an intriguing square box, shaped perfectly to the dimensions of a stack of vinyl records.
The Modesto Bee
Los Angeles to help shelter immigrant children
Federal money would pay for legal representation and temporary shelter, while local nonprofits would help find homes for the children, Garcetti said Tuesday at a forum hosted downtown by Politico Magazine.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Boston Landmarks Orchestra Offers Free Concerts, Now thru 8/27
Overlooking their summer home on the Esplanade, Boston Landmarks Orchestra staff, board, sponsors, and partners gathered yesterday morning at the Goethe-Institut where Music Director Christopher Wilkins revealed the 2014 collaborative and inclusive civic celebrations of music and programs in Boston's neighborhood.
Uckfield parking frees space for shoppers
Two schemes are being co-ordinated which aim to ensure visitors, commuters, shoppers, business owners and employees all have adequate access to car parks for the appropriate length of time.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Largest greenway officially opens along the Los Angeles River
The headwaters of the mighty Los Angeles River once harbored a fenced-off service roads lined with graffiti, broken glass and trash.
The Fresno Bee
City of Bell wants to house immigration detainees
The Los Angeles Times reports that officials in this modest, blue-collar city began talking with the Salvation Army and federal officials about the shelter a few weeks ago.
Volunteers, sponsors made Quartermania a success
The event was organized and directed by auxiliary president Debbie Garrard. In the kitchen, was Camille Sobolewski, Carol Hamit and commander Bob Peroni.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
NBC Los Angeles
Ex-Bell Council Member Mirabal Faces Sentence
Former Bell council member George Mirabal looks over some documents on the opening day of closing arguments session on February 20, 2013 in Los Angeles.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Friday's TV Highlights: 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'
KISS frontman Gene Simmons, left, is Guy Fieri's guest as "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" visits California.
After the War
Maria Zeemen spent three years of her childhood in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Indonesia during World War II.
SF Classical Voice
Festival del Sole: Unity and the Sphinx
The Napa Valley Festival Del Sole, always with an eccentric calendar, opens tonight, July 10, with two Sophia Loren films, Arabesque and El Cid .
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Bay Area weekend picks, July 10
Violinist Joshua Bell opens Napa Valley's Festival del Sole with a performance Friday at Calistoga's Castello di Amorosa.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Hollywood Fringe Festival Announces 2014 ENCORE! PRODUCERS' AWARDS; Extensions Run thru 7/31
The Encore! Producers' Awards return for the fifth year with extended runs of the best of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, running July 5-31, 2014 at eight Hollywood venues.
Industries Honored for Being 'Good Corporate Citizens'
These companies have met their limits for wastewater discharge for at least a year, maintained their environmental equipment and fulfilled all permit requirements.