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  • Will J.J. Redick play on Clippers' road trip?

    Will J.J. Redick play on Clippers' road trip?
    NEW ORLEANS — When Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was asked Wednesday night about the chances of J.J. Redick returning to play with the team on this trip, Rivers left the assembled media confused with his answers. Redick was on the court shooting...
  • Travel readers' letters: Baseball fans strike back

    Nicaragua has long been a travel spot for those who love Central America, for the good reasons Rosemary McClure pointed out ["Revved and Ready," March 9]. But she should not have had to disparage Costa Rica in order to do it. That is really tacky, and...
  • Travel films and programs: March 18-23

    ITALY Slide show Photographer Warner LeMenager will present a tour of northern Italy. When, where: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Distant Lands, 20 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Admission, info: Free. RSVP to (626) 449-3220. HIKING Presentation REI...
  • Anaheim's Little Arabia pushing for a higher profile

     Anaheim's Little Arabia pushing for a higher profile
    Two miles from Disneyland, a stretch of strip malls in Anaheim has transformed into an enclave catering to California's Arab American community. It lacks the immense sprawl of nearby Little Saigon or the decades-long history of Chinatown in Los Angeles,...
  • Trip tactics: Rio to Bali, she gets lost, listens closely, makes deals

    Trip tactics: Rio to Bali, she gets lost, listens closely, makes deals
    Every destination has lessons to teach, and so do most travelers. In “Trip Tactics,” we ask seasoned travelers for tips, confessions and war stories. The traveler: Armenia Nercessian de Oliveira, a longtime United Nations officer and...
  • Secret Service agents sent home from Obama trip for alleged drinking

    Secret Service agents sent home from Obama trip for alleged drinking
    BRUSSELS -- Three Secret Service agents prepping for President Obama’s trip to the Netherlands were sent home for “disciplinary reasons,” a service spokesman said Wednesday, in another embarrassing incident for the elite agency charged...
  • Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features

    Alice Short - Assistant Managing Editor, Features
    As Assistant Managing Editor for Features, Alice Short oversees Health, Food, Home, Travel and Fashion content for the Los Angeles Times.   She has worked at the paper for more than 20 years and has edited a number of Times publications, including the...
  • Clippers' five-game trip could be a playoff sampler

    Clippers' five-game trip could be a playoff sampler
    The Clippers' last lengthy trip of the regular season could amount to an extended scouting mission. Three of the teams they'll play on the five-game trip — Dallas, Houston and Phoenix — are possible first-round playoff opponents, though a...
  • Kings ready to 'let 'em rip' against Washington Capitals

    Kings ready to 'let 'em rip' against Washington Capitals
    WASHINGTON -- At least Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is consistent. His standard response when asked which goaltender will start a particular game is, “Be there for the song,” meaning you’ll see who it is when the starters are on the ice...
  • Dodgers' travel roster for Australia taking shape

    Dodgers' travel roster for Australia taking shape
    PHOENIX -- The Dodgers' travel roster for their season-opening series in Australia is taking shape. As of now, Carl Crawford won’t make the trip. Crawford remains in waiting for the birth of his third child. In Crawford’s absence, Scott...
  • L.A. school board approves amended contract for Supt. John Deasy

    L.A. school board approves amended contract for Supt. John Deasy
    Los Angeles Unified schools Supt. John Deasy has a newly modified contract that includes an annual buyout of unused vacation days and new performance measures that require him to bring in revenue and enroll more students. He will also pay his own...