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Harry Eisen, a Polish-born Holocaust survivor who founded Norco Ranch Inc. in western Riverside County in the 1950s and built it into one of the state's leading egg producers, processors and distributors, has died. He was 95. Eisen died July 19 of...
L.A. NOWThe estranged husband of an Albertson's clerk in Santa Monica was arrested Monday on suspicion of fatally stabbing the woman while she was working at the grocery store, police said. Kelvin Green, 52, of Los Angeles was taken into custody......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAzusa residents Sue and Jim Young had planned to spend the Fourth of July weekend in Silverton, Colo. But, on Friday, their fifth-wheel travel trailer was parked at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa del Rey. "We canceled it because of gas prices," said Sue...
Tags: Rentals, Trips and Vacations, Homes, Family, GMC
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersIn Simi Valley, life went on -- but more somberly than usual. At the annual Simi Valley Days festival, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts observed a moment of silence to honor those killed and injured in Friday afternoon's Metrolink...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Head Injuries, Family, Death, Starbucks Corp.
Times Staff WriterSAN QUENTIN -- Deep inside this infamous old prison, Patty O'Reilly stands before eight men doing hard time, her shoulders slumped, a man's gold wedding band hanging from a chain around her neck. Three of the inmates are sobbing. The others sit...
Tags: Children, Prosecution, Punishment, Justice System, Halloween
Times Staff WriterFolsom, Calif. — IT'S a warm, cloudless day and Patty O'Reilly is about to meet the man who killed her husband. A million thoughts compete for attention in her head. Two stand out. Why am I here? What good will it do? It has taken O'Reilly 29...
Tags: Sexual Assault, Crimes, Children, Family, Crime, Law and Justice
Andy Meisler's last story for the magazine was about Chuck Harris, an agent who represents unconventional performers.Let's cut right to the cliché: Southern California is a land of eternal sunshine, with friendly, honest inhabitants and as many paths to good health, peace and prosperity as a Malibu Canyon health spa. But unless you've been living in an orgone box and...
Special to The TimesTed Weiant speaks with the unabashed pride of someone who has found the holy grail of domestic winter comfort: He and his wife, Joan Stein, he says, are "fireplace freaks." And there are three holy grails in the home of Weiant and Stein. The couple...
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