12 hrs ago
Los Angeles Times
Rescuers search for 2 people possibly swept away in San Diego River
San Diego lifeguards and Fire and Rescue Department personnel were searching Tuesday night for two people who may have been swept away by the rain-swollen San Diego River adjacent to Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley. The two -- a man and a woman -- were reported missing by a companion, who told rescue personnel that he had been with the couple earlier in the day and returned to find them missing, according to Fire and Rescue Department Capt.
12 hrs ago
Los Angeles Times
Thousands without power as Southland breaks energy usage records
The setting suns sets clouds aglow as they pass over the Los Angeles skyline. West Los Angeles College cross-country runner Tawuan Cargill dumps water over his head after running amid high temperatures at the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area.
16 hrs ago
Water Through Food: Chef Shares Water-Rich Dishes To Help You Stay Hydrated
Whether due to the drought or personal preference, some people have a difficult time getting enough drinking water. However, a chef for celebrities is sharing tips and recipes to help people get more water through eating the right foods.
North L.A. Multifamily Attracts Investors
Early-bird pricing ends Monday, September 15 for CCIM THRIVE, October 21-22 in Los Angeles. Featuring top industry experts, this national conference provides increased exposure and networking opportunities, thought-provoking panels and market intelligence.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Sen. Wright to resign Sept. 22, start sentence Oct. 31
22. Three days earlier, a Los Angeles judge had sentenced him to 90 days in jail on felony perjury and voting fraud charges for lying about living in his Senate district when preparing to run for the office he won in 2008. Wright, who was threatened by Senate leaders with an expulsion vote if he did not step down, agreed to resign but asked for a week to say goodbye to his staff and constituents.
Annals of Internal Medicine
Nonsurgical Management of Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Clinical...
Amir Qaseem, MD, PhD, MHA; Paul Dallas, MD; Mary Ann Forciea, MD, MS; Melissa Starkey, PhD; Thomas D. Denberg, MD, PhD; Paul Shekelle, MD, PhD, for the Clinical Guidelines Committee of the American College of Physicians * * This paper, written by Amir Qaseem, MD, PhD, MHA; Paul Dallas, MD; Mary Ann Forciea, MD, MS; Melissa Starkey, PhD; Thomas D. Denberg, MD, PhD; and Paul Shekelle, MD, PhD, was developed for the Clinical Guidelines Committee of the American College of Physicians.
Uber CEO: We'll Run Your Errands
The future of Uber is about pharmacies and rickshaws . So says CEO Travis Kalanick.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
The Star Online
Sad comics: Being funny can be heartbreaking
Ildiko Tabori is a psychologist who counsels comics at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood. "It's a very insular, isolated group," she says of her comedian clients.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Theatre Raymond Kabbaz Presents West Coast Premiere of Moliere Malgre Moi, 10/08
Thtre Raymond Kabbaz is proud to present the West Coast Premiere of Molire malgr moi , a one-man show starring French actor Francis Perrin, on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Famous for playing such characters as Scapin, Alceste, and Philinte at the Comdie Franaise, Perrin's performance will lead the audience through Molire's life and career, linking his plays to his personal life, and presenting short sequences from Molire's best known creations.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
The Daily Breeze
Community will help punish low-level offenders in Los Angeles pilot program
Continuing his efforts to address neighborhood issues, City Attorney Mike Feuer announced plans Friday for a pilot program to involve community members in punishing offenders on quality-of-life issues. “The Neighborhood Justice program is part of a larger program on what this office can do as part of our community justice initiative,” Feuer said in a meeting with reporters at his City Hall office.
Police Hunting Phony Maids Working With Burglary Suspects In West Los Angeles
Authorities in West Los Angeles are looking for two women they say are posing as maids and working with burglary suspects. The women knock on doors presumably seeking employment but police say if the homes are unoccupied they contact three male suspects who enter the residences.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Amazon's 'Transparent' is Great Television in Transition
Maura is like a lot of Jewish women her age in her affluent West Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades. At 70, she's got a creaky knee, impeccably manicured long fingers, an adoring grandchild, and a fascination for the trappings of modern femininity.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
CH Cook & Co., a Division of Community Bank, Opens in West Los Angeles
The past 30 years of Chang's career has been spent in a Relationship Manager capacity in the Entertainment/High Net Worth Divisions of and has been in banking since 1999. Trazo's primary focus in the banking industry has been in credit.
DWP Bringing Back Saturday Customer Service Hours for Next 4 Weeks
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is bringing back its Saturday customer service hours for the next fours weeks. Service centers in South Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Watts and West Los Angeles will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sept.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Police Cruiser Collides with Car; Officer Hurt
A patrol car and another vehicle collided late this afternoon at a West Los Angeles intersection, and a police officer complaining of shoulder pain was taken to a hospital to be checked out.
Inside Bay Area
Psychologist helps stand-up comics cope with pressures
Ildiko Tabori has never gone onstage to try to make strangers laugh, doesn't write jokes and admits that she's not great at telling them. Trying to recount something clever she heard, she apologizes in advance: "I'm not going to do it justice."
Los Angeles Times
Wine review: 2011 M.A.N. Family Wines 'Free Run Steen' Chenin Blanc
Wines from South Africa can be incredible values. Take this crisp, clean, verdant Chenin Blanc from M.A.N. Family Wines in the Coastal region.
James Maddox Heads to Avison Young
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Sat Sep 06, 2014
LA Daily News
Hollywood photographer Phil Sterna s work on display today
The 95th birthday of famed war and Hollywood photographer Phil Stern will be marked today by the installation of 95 of his photographs at the Veterans Home of California in West Los Angeles, where he lives. The trailer for “Phil Stern: Eyewitness,” a documentary still in production, will be screened at the unveiling of the photographs, as will the 50-minute Italian documentary “Phil Stern: Sicily 1943, The War and The Soul,” which was produced in 2013 for the 70th anniversary of the Sicily Invasion.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Campaign Finance Advocates Blame Labor Unions For Recent California Setback
A California bill that supporters say could have shifted campaign finance into a new era of transparency was instead involuntarily withdrawn last week -- and the activists behind the bill are blaming the labor unions that united against it. Authored by Democratic state Sens. Mark Leno and Jerry Hill and sponsored by the California Clean Money Campaign, Senate Bill 52, known as the DISCLOSE Act , failed last week in the state Assembly's final voting period of the legislative session.