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  • A bicycle built for you

    A bicycle built for you
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA roads are full of them -- cyclists shrink-wrapped in colorful Lycra, pedaling custom bicycles that cost more than their first cars. And their numbers are increasing by the day. People who've only ridden an old Schwinn cruiser on a...
  • Toyota's lightweight

    Toyota's lightweight
    TOYOTA Motor Corp. is the colossus of roads. It is, or soon will be, the largest car company in the world. Its worldwide sales are up year after year, as are its profits, as are its stock prices. In the U.S., the world's largest car market, Toyota's sales...
  • Less is more: Smart gear designs for the on the go set

     
    Seasoned travelers know that the gear they tote with them on their adventures is as important as the destinations marked on their map. Less is more in the baggage department, yet our high-tech world requires more accouterments than ever, making...
  • Lightweight boxing champ Edwin Valero arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife

     
    Undefeated former world lightweight boxing champion Edwin Valero has been arrested in Venezuela on suspicion of the murder of his wife, weeks after allegedly hitting the woman and agreeing to attend anger-management rehabilitation. Valero's arrest comes...
  • Boxer Edwin Valero found dead in jail cell [Updated]

     
    Boxer Edwin Valero was found dead in his jail cell Monday in Caracas, Venezuela. Police say he hanged himself using his own clothes after being arrested in connection with his wife's slaying. The 28-year-old former lightweight champion was detained...
  • The zeppelin returns to L.A. skies, after 80 years

     
    The last time something like this was seen in Los Angeles was 1929, when the Graf Zeppelin dropped in on Westchester's Mines Field before starting its nonstop Pacific crossing during its record-setting around-the-world flight. The era of the rigid-...
  • Texas a Gateway for Drugs From Mexico, Officials Say

     
    Walter W. Williams, 117, the last living Civil War veteran, is in critical condition. “Dear Jesus, I am writing to you instead of Santa because you are what Christmas is. I would like to say before we all forget happy birthday and thank you for the...
  • New York Fashion Week review: Juan Carlos Obando spring/summer 2010

     
    "The end of the old West and the beginning of the new frontier." That was the inspiration for Los Angeles designer Juan Carlos Obando's spring collection shown Friday night in New York. When Elmer Bernstein's theme song from "The Magnificent......
  • 2010 Lotus Exige S240, the eco-friendly affordable supercar

     
    Lotus, beguiling Lotus. How much more video game and, well, toy-like can your cars get? That question was answered yesterday, a resounding "a lot more," with specifications and photos of the 2010 Lotus Exige S240, the hardtop, wide-winged, roof-scooped,...
  • Make the line a no-show

    We've all seen it. Some may even have fallen victim to it -- the awkward, mismatched foundation line that draws a distracting distinction between the face and neck. You can have impeccably long eyelashes, perfectly shaded cheekbones and pink, pouty lips,...
  • Honda CRF230L dual sport has yet a third purpose

    Honda CRF230L dual sport has yet a third purpose
    If you close your eyes, listen closely and click the heels of your off-road boots three times, you just might hear a ringing sound. Is it tinnitus? Probably. But I like to think it's cash registers as they rack up sales for dual sports. Bikes that can...