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  • Rabbi arrested in Beverly Hills on suspicion of sex abuse in New York

    Rabbi arrested in Beverly Hills on suspicion of sex abuse in New York
    A rabbi working at a community center in Beverly Hills was arrested this week on suspicion of child sex abuse on a warrant from New York City. The 30-year-old rabbi who reportedly goes by Menachem "Mendel" Tevel was arrested Tuesday about 1:30 p.m. in...
  • June Mountain ski area has a good vibe and appealing prices

     June Mountain ski area has a good vibe and appealing prices
    With $100 lift tickets commonplace, some ski resorts seem determined to price most families right out of the sport. Then there's June Mountain — the little hill that could. With snow scarce, it could hardly be a worse year to be staging a comeback...
  • Give Chief Wahoo the Justine Sacco treatment: Fire the racist mascot

    Give Chief Wahoo the Justine Sacco treatment: Fire the racist mascot
    On Thursday, journalist Paul Lukas published a report on ESPN’s website indicating that the Cleveland Indians were relegating their “Chief Wahoo” logo to “secondary status” and would in the future use a stylized letter...
  • Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach wins design award

    Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach wins design award
    A blend of bioluminescent life forms and splashy audiovisual recreations of their eerie haunts in the darkest depths of the ocean has earned the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach an international design award. The $560,000 Wonders of the Deep...
  • Cubs introduce new mascot: Clark the Bear

    Cubs introduce new mascot: Clark the Bear
    The Chicago Cubs haven't been able to deliver a World Series win for their fans in over a century, but they can deliver something else they haven't had for 100 years: a mascot. The Cubs on Monday night unveiled their first official mascot: Clark the...
  • Letters: A downtown monorail

    Re "Downtown's costly streetcar," Editorial, Oct. 29 When will planners ever learn? Trolleys belong on Main Street in Disneyland, not in downtown L.A. Surface rail transit is extremely expensive, inflexible, kills people and gets in the way of other...
  • Scariest Halloween costume: New Orleans Pelicans reveal mascot

    Scariest Halloween costume: New Orleans Pelicans reveal mascot
    The New Orleans Pelicans have unveiled their new mascot. His name is “Pierre the Pelican,” but some critics think he resembles a feathered version of "Chucky." Pierre replaces sweet "Hugo The Hornet" following the NBA team's name change in...
  • TV Picks: Young cooks, Mel Brooks, screwballs, mascots, Adam Scott

    TV Picks: Young cooks, Mel Brooks, screwballs, mascots, Adam Scott
    "MasterChef Junior" (Fox, Friday). This small-fry-ification of "MasterChef," hosted as in the grown-up version by Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot, ends its first season (of what I hope will be many) this week, with a semifinals-to-finals...
  • Ex-Disneyland employee pleads guilty to planting dry ice bombs

    Ex-Disneyland employee pleads guilty to planting dry ice bombs
    A former Disneyland worker who planted two dry ice bombs outside Toontown at the amusement park last spring pleaded guilty Monday and was immediately sentenced to 36 days in jail. Christian Isaiah Barnes, 23, of Long Beach was accused of planting two...
  • Ex-Disneyland worker in dry-ice case ordered to stay away from park

    Ex-Disneyland worker in dry-ice case ordered to stay away from park
    A former Disneyland worker who planted two dry-ice bombs outside Toontown must stay away from the amusement parkĀ as part of his plea agreement. Christian Isaiah Barnes, 23, of Long Beach pleaded guilty Monday to planting two water bottles filled with...
  • After string of huge wildfires, 'saner approach' to prevention sought

    After string of huge wildfires, 'saner approach' to prevention sought
    WASHINGTON — On the heels of a fire season that burned more than 4,000 homes and killed 34 people across the country, Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) on Tuesday called for a "saner approach" to preventing wildfires while budgets are strained as a...