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Dr. Richard Grossman, burn treatment pioneer was 81
When Dr. A. Richard Grossman started working at Sherman Oaks Hospital in the late 1960s, according to the LA Times, he persuaded administrators to set aside two beds for burn patients.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Confucius Classroom movie to open at Los Angeles Asian Film Festival
As a boy growing up in Temple City in the late 1980s, Philip Chung noticed the Chinese signs appearing above the boulevard shops and wondered what was happening to his community.
The Band Perry lands inclusion in 'Country: Portraits of an American Sound' show
The Band Perry is the lone modern-day country act to be included in the forthcoming Annenberg Space for Photography exhibition "Country: Portraits of an American Sound."
Bob Thomas, Hollywood reporter for AP was 92
Bob Thomas began to cover Hollywood for the Associated Press in 1944, after fleeing from the Fresno bureau.
LA Daily News
1 arrested, 5 injured after Los Angeles pursuit ends in collision
Five people have been hospitalized and one person charged with vehicular theft after a high-speed pursuit ended in a three-car collision in downtown Los Angeles early today.
Driver Fatally Shot In Possible Road Rage Incident On 210 Freeway In Sylmar
A man was found fatally shot in his car early Friday morning on the westbound Foothill Freeway in Sylmar.
City Of LA Suing Time Warner Cable For Millions In Franchise Fees
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer said today that he's going after the cable giant in a nearly $10 million lawsuit alleging that TWC has refused to pay fees owed the city since 2011 while at the same time raking in billions in revenue.
Los Angeles County mayors gather to talk jobs, drought
In a bright spot in L.A. County's discouraging job market, Hawthorne-based rocket firm Space X has open positions for engineers.
Connect! Unite! Act! Hey Los Angeles, shanikka's in town! +Q: What'd You Wanna Be When You Grew Up?
A daily series, Connect! Unite! Act! seeks to create face-to-face networks in each congressional district.
'Girls' Cast Talks Shooting Awkward Sex Scenes, Creepy...
Lena Dunham was joined by fellow "Girls" castmates and creators at a Television Academy event to tease the upcoming season three finale and reflect on the wild journey getting there.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Stretch of 405 Freeway to be closed in West Los Angeles overnight for road work
A stretch of the northbound San Diego Freeway in West Los Angeles will be closed overnight tonight so crews can re-stripe freeway lanes and work on the median.
Man shot to death in car on Los Angeles freeway
Authorities say a man has been shot to death in his car on a Los Angeles freeway in what investigators say may have been a road rage attack.
The Pantages Theater--Los Angeles's Broadway Scene
At the Pantages, there is always exciting shows to see, and the sign can be spotted amongst the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Letter from LA: Drought seems far away
LOS ANGELES a?? Now that Southern California has dried out from recent rains, folks can get back to worrying about the epic drought that still grips the state and threatens its future.
Netanyahu Documentary: How Producers Kept Him From Floating Off In Dead Sea
Former NATPE president Rick Feldman held the Israeli prime minister's foot off-camera while working as a production assistant: "I would kill to go on that trip."