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  • Holiday gift guide 2013: ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Hobbit,’ ‘Thrones’ and more

     
    You don't have to take your broom to Diagon Alley, cross the Bifrost, traverse the Misty Mountains or steal a […]...
  • Car aficionados test-drive latest models at the L.A. Auto Show

    Car aficionados test-drive latest models at the L.A. Auto Show
    Going to the L.A. Auto Show isn't just about looking at the cars. You also get to drive some. Rows of the automobile industry’s latest models are outside the Los Angeles Convention Center ready to be test-driven by the show’s attendees....
  • L.A. Auto Show: Five tech features that need to come to cars

    L.A. Auto Show: Five tech features that need to come to cars
    Most of the cars on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show through Dec. 1 have all the basic tech functionality you’d expect, including radios, voice command capability and Bluetooth to connect phones. Many cars have audio jacks and USB ports....
  • Affordable art in L.A.? Go ahead and splurge at Gabba, 5 car garage

    Affordable art in L.A.? Go ahead and splurge at Gabba, 5 car garage
    With the holidays approaching -- and on the heels of Francis Bacon’s triptych breaking auction price records last week, garnering $142.4 million at Christie’s -- we’re especially interested to hear that phrase, “affordable art.&...
  • A Guide to Commuter-Friendly Cars

    A Guide to Commuter-Friendly Cars
    Where would the Valley be without cars? Probably about 15 miles east of civilization. Few regions owe as much to the automobile as the sprawling San Fernando Valley. With wide, long boulevards and just about every freeway in the world crossing through,...
  • Italy: An 8-day tour in Dolomites to mark the start of World War I

    Italy: An 8-day tour in Dolomites to mark the start of World War I
    To commemorate the centennial of the beginning of World War I, Dolomite Mountains Ltd. will lead eight-day tours exploring the via ferrata, or iron path,  the network of lines and metal ladders built to aid soldiers as they fought in and around the...
  • Review: 'Sal' rides the highs and lows of life in Hollywood

    Review: 'Sal' rides the highs and lows of life in Hollywood
    At the time of his 1976 murder, Sal Mineo was the rare celebrity to have publicly acknowledged his homosexuality, which might be why the killing was instantly engulfed in rumor-fueled scandal. In "Sal," director James Franco and screenwriter Stacey Miller...
  • Review: 'Il Futuro' stars Rutger Hauer in alluring story of love, loss

    Review: 'Il Futuro' stars Rutger Hauer in alluring story of love, loss
    From the stark glare of paralyzing grief to the shadow eroticism of a neo-gothic romance, "Il Futuro" makes for a peculiar strain of otherworldly viewing. An exquisitely shot love-among-the-ruins story adapted by Chilean filmmaker Alicia Scherson from a...
  • Race cars for regular people

    Race cars for regular people
    Have you ever dreamed of putting on a helmet, suiting up and strapping yourself into a sleek Ferrari F430 GT? Did that fantasy involve whizzing around a professional course, approaching speeds of 200 kilometers an hour? Well, Dream Racing is here to...
  • Review: Mercedes-Benz S550 is a triumph of technology

     Review: Mercedes-Benz S550 is a triumph of technology
    The days when luxury in a car meant shiny chrome on the outside and dead trees and cows on the inside have long faded. This is 2013, when even high-tech can fail to impress: Cut-rate hatchbacks have navigation systems, and the average Ford can park...
  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani returns home to mixed reviews

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani returns home to mixed reviews
    TEHRAN -- Following President Obama's phone call to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Friday, the first such exchange between leaders of the two nations since 1979, Rouhani returned home to a mixed reception in Tehran. While about 100 supporters of...