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  • When it comes to free trials, watch out for costly renewals

    When it comes to free trials, watch out for costly renewals
    Joe bought a new car and received a few free months of Sirius XM, the satellite radio service. When that was done, Sirius asked if he wanted a six-month trial for $25. Joe said yes. ASK LAZ: Smart answers to consumer questions Then he lost track...
  • Survivor in wrong-way crash recounts bodies, wreckage at scene

    Survivor in wrong-way crash recounts bodies, wreckage at scene
    One of two survivors of a wrong-way crash that left six dead over the weekend described a movie-like scene on the 60 Freeway: twisted metal, blood and mangled bodies.   Joel Cortez, 57, of Ontario, who works at a plastic injections molding company in...
  • Beatles' road to rock history started before 'Ed Sullivan Show'

    Beatles' road to rock history started before 'Ed Sullivan Show'
    It was the pop culture equivalent of the Big Bang, a televised moment that changed music for decades to come. Fifty years ago Sunday, the Beatles made their U.S. live television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" as 73 million people tuned in, the...
  • Ridley-Thomas obtains building permit to renovate garage

    Ridley-Thomas obtains building permit to renovate garage
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas obtained a building permit Friday to renovate what appears to be an improperly converted garage at his Leimert Park home by adding a carport and removing a section of the detached building. The request to...
  • Jenny Offill's new novel highlights the power of a woman on the edge

    Jenny Offill's new novel highlights the power of a woman on the edge
    Jenny Offill's riveting new novel, "Dept. of Speculation," is steeped in weird and geeky facts. It opens, for example, with the information that antelope have "10x vision" and on a clear night can see the rings of Saturn. It's a fitting beginning to a...
  • 'Seinfeld" reunion? Jerry Seinfeld talks 'secret project' in interview

    'Seinfeld" reunion? Jerry Seinfeld talks 'secret project' in interview
    Could a "Seinfeld" reunion really be in the works? Well, it isn't not in the works, Jerry Seinfeld said Thursday in a giant tease of an interview with New York's WFAN radio station.  Appearing on "Boomer & Carton," Seinfeld was asked about a photo...
  • Complete list of nominees for the 49th Academy of Country Music Awards

    Complete list of nominees for the 49th Academy of Country Music Awards
    Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw (seven nominations), and Keith Urban (six nominations) lead the pack of nominees at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards. The following is a complete list of nominees: ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR Luke Bryan Miranda...
  • Far from Sundance, Grumpy Cat brings Internet Cat Video Fest to L.A.

    Far from Sundance, Grumpy Cat brings Internet Cat Video Fest to L.A.
    If you missed out on going to the Sundance Film Festival this year, maybe Grumpy Cat can help. The online female feline phenom will appear Saturday in "furr-son," as the hype goes, at the L.A. stop of the Internet Cat Video Festival's world tour. You...
  • Mark Ridley-Thomas acknowledges home improvements by county workers

    Mark Ridley-Thomas acknowledges home improvements by county workers
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas acknowledged Tuesday that a taxpayer-funded project to install a security system in a converted garage at his home involved improvements "over and above" that job, but said he reimbursed the county for...
  • Meruelo Media, buyer of KDAY, prizes L.A.'s diversity

    Meruelo Media, buyer of KDAY, prizes L.A.'s diversity
    Near the intersection of Pico Boulevard and La Brea Avenue is a hodgepodge of Los Angeles culture, shared by Lucy's Mexican drive-in restaurant, Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles and an Asian nail salon. It's now also home to a media upstart with...
  • A new front in the TV wars

    A new front in the TV wars
    The big television networks have faced all number of challenges in recent years. But they could be done in by something called Aereo. Most people probably haven't heard of Aereo, which has been rolling out its video service for just over a year and...