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  • Cruise industry still facing sinking public perception, survey shows

    Cruise industry still facing sinking public perception, survey shows
    The cruise industry has suffered a series of calamities over the last two years or so that have continued to sink its already plummeting image. The bad publicity continued Tuesday when Princess Cruises announced that 37 people had fallen ill on a cruise...
  • Peter Brook at 89 keeps slipping into new suits

    Peter Brook at 89 keeps slipping into new suits
    Through nearly 70 years of acclaim as a theater, film and television director — most particularly as a theater director — Peter Brook has been called a magician many times. In 1962, the British critic Kenneth Tynan extolled him not for...
  • Universal Studios Hollywood to add 'Fast and Furious' attraction

    Universal Studios Hollywood to add 'Fast and Furious' attraction
    Universal Studios Hollywood is putting the pedal to the metal on a new attraction based on the popular "Fast and Furious" movie series. The theme park announced Tuesday plans to add a high-definition, 3-D feature to the park's long-running Studio Tour...
  • American Airlines revamps loyalty rewards program

    American Airlines revamps loyalty rewards program
    Less than two months after Delta Airlines revamped its loyalty rewards program, American Airlines has announced loyalty program changes that offer breaks for some travelers but cut out some freebies for others. Unlike the overhaul made at Delta,...
  • Panel delays action on killer-whale show ban, says more study needed

    Panel delays action on killer-whale show ban, says more study needed
    An Assembly committee Tuesday called for additional research on a bill that would end killer whale shows at SeaWorld San Diego. Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood), chairman of the Parks, Water and Wildlife Committee, said the issue of killer whales...
  • More Southern Californians expected to travel for spring break

    More Southern Californians expected to travel for spring break
    Gasoline prices may be on the rise but that is not going to keep Southern Californians homebound for spring break. Fifty-six percent of Southern California residents who were polled said they plan to take a least one leisure trip this spring, an...
  • Dodgers' Brian Wilson is working on getting up to speed

    Dodgers' Brian Wilson is working on getting up to speed
    While the Dodgers were preparing to open a two-game series against the Detroit Tigers, Brian Wilson was at a minor league game. Wilson is fine with that. The Dodgers' bearded $10-million setup man is looking ahead. “I was signed for multiple...
  • Getting lost amid the magic of wolves

    Getting lost amid the magic of wolves
    I've been feeling out of sorts lately — cranky, anxious, insecure — and not sure what to blame. My youngest daughter thinks Mercury might still be in retrograde. Her sister blames the recent swarm of earthquakes for my angst. And my eldest...
  • Sports scheduling requires all the right moves

     Sports scheduling requires all the right moves
    The ball teetered on the lip of the 16th hole at Augusta National Golf Club. It was 2005, and after Tiger Woods' now-famous chip shot fell in for a birdie and Woods went on to win the Masters for the fourth time, Jim Michaelian made a decision. With...
  • Elvis Presley's honeymoon rental for sale in Palm Springs

    Elvis Presley's honeymoon rental for sale in Palm Springs
    Elvis slept here. A Midcentury Modern home in Palm Springs that was once leased to the "King of Rock 'n' Roll" Elvis Presley is up for sale at $9.5 million. Billed as his “honeymoon retreat,” the 1960 house is also notable for its...
  • Parents of sick 1-year-old defend sailing trip after Navy rescue

    Parents of sick 1-year-old defend sailing trip after Navy rescue
    The parents of a sick baby who had to be rescued hundreds of miles off the Mexico coast Sunday are defending themselves against criticism that taking two small children on a year-long sailing trip around the world was not smart parenting. Eric and...