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  • European media firms gear up for Netflix invasion. RIP Tom Sherak.

    European media firms gear up for Netflix invasion. RIP Tom Sherak.
    After the coffee. Before figuring out who has my Super Bowl tickets. The Skinny: How funny would it have been if right before he delivered the State of the Union address, President Obama barked out, "Omaha! Omaha!" and the entire Cabinet got up and...
  • New MOCA director Philippe Vergne plans an artist-enabling museum

    New MOCA director Philippe Vergne plans an artist-enabling museum
    NEW YORK — There are diverse references to art in the office of Philippe Vergne, the man who will be the next director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art: a framed photo of artist Walter de Maria's "The Lightning Field," a glossy picture...
  • Hollywood Park auction is set for Friday and Saturday

    Hollywood Park auction is set for Friday and Saturday
    They've closed the Hollywood Park racetrack after 75 years of racing. Now it's time for the auction. On Friday and Saturday, the Inglewood track will hold a Web auction, selling off items as varied as TV sets,  tractors, restaurant equipment and...
  • Great Park land removed from Superfund hazardous site list

    Great Park land removed from Superfund hazardous site list
    More than 1,900 acres of the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Irvine have been cleaned up and removed from the list of the nation’s most hazardous sites after more than two decades, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced...
  • Much of old Irvine air base is removed from list of hazardous sites

    Much of old Irvine air base is removed from list of hazardous sites
    More than 1,900 acres of the retired Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in Irvine have been cleaned up and removed from the list of the nation's most hazardous sites after more than two decades, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday....
  • Grammys 2014: Imagine Dragons are humbled by win

    Grammys 2014: Imagine Dragons are humbled by win
    Imagine Dragons got dirty at the Grammys on Sunday night. After winning for best rock performance, the Las Vegas-based band appeared backstage still wearing the paint-stained clothes they donned during the raucous performance of their hit "Radioactive."...
  • AP accuses George Zimmerman of using its photo in his artwork

    AP accuses George Zimmerman of using its photo in his artwork
    George Zimmerman's latest artistic endeavor may land him in a legal battle with the Associated Press. AP officials contend that Zimmerman's painting, titled "Angie," directly copies an AP photo, taken by freelance photographer Rick Wilson, of Florida...
  • Lance Alworth's stolen Super Bowl ring returned 25 years later

    Lance Alworth's stolen Super Bowl ring returned 25 years later
    A stolen Super Bowl ring belonging to NFL Hall of Famer Lance Alworth has been recovered after 25 years, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday. The ring is from Super Bowl VI in which the Dallas Cowboys beat the Miami Dolphins, 24-3, in...
  • Sand Over Snow

    Sand Over Snow
    Anyone who thinks that holiday season in the desert is an oxymoron should remember that many of the traditions we celebrate this time of year — from Hanukkah to Christmas — originated in arid landscapes. Fast-forward several thousand years,...
  • Texas hunters auction permit for black rhino hunt, stirring outrage

    Texas hunters auction permit for black rhino hunt, stirring outrage
    HOUSTON -- Big-game hunters in Texas stirred controversy over the weekend by auctioning off a rare African permit to hunt the endangered black rhino in the name of conservation. Dallas Safari Club officials have said they faced threats leading up to ...
  • Stradivarius violin missing for 3 years sells for $2.3 million

    Stradivarius violin missing for 3 years sells for $2.3 million
    A Stradivarius violin that was stolen from a London rail station in 2010 and recovered in July has sold for £1.4 million ($2.3 million) at an auction this week. The instrument, which dates from 1696, had belonged to violinist Min Jin Kym. The auction...