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The Associated PressHanukkah celebrations around the world NEW YORK The Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish organization is planning to host Hanukkah celebrations around the world, including lightings of the world's largest menorahs -- both 32 feet tall -- in Manhattan near Central...
Tags: Family, Central Park, Travel Deals, Italy, Book
Times Staff WritersMEXICO CITY — Seven-year-old Saul Arellano fidgeted with his lucha libre wrestling toys Tuesday as he walked through the halls of Mexico's Congress. Alongside him was the small retinue of U.S. activists who have helped make him a cause celebre of...
Tags: Family, Justice System, Illegal Immigrants, Children, Migration
Times Staff WriterREMEMBER the prisoners of Northwest Airlines? Trapped by the thousands for hours in jets at the snowbound Detroit airport in January 1999, often without water or working toilets, these fliers became cause célèbres for abused air passengers. Back then,...
The West Coast will see an increase in flights by summer, as one airline expands and another starts flights to Hawaii from L.A. Low-cost carrier Independence Air plans to add service to five West Coast cities, including LAX, from Dulles Airport in...
Times Staff WriterImmediately after the Sept. 11 attacks, airports made security changes that placed strict limitations on ground transportation companies. In some cases, limousine service was curtailed; in others, shuttle locations were altered and bus schedules changed....
Special to The TimesYou think airports are crowded now? Just wait. More than 1.6 billion people world- wide fly annually on business or leisure trips, according to the International Air Transport Assn., an industry group based in Montreal that represents 270 airlines. By...
"The time has come to bring order out of chaos incident to rapid growth," wrote the architect Daniel H. Burnham. The year was 1909. The place, Chicago. The occasion, the unveiling of Burnham's sweeping, visionary plan to change the face of the city on the...
Times Staff WritersFootball great O. J. Simpson's former wife and a 25-year-old man were found apparently stabbed to death outside her Brentwood townhouse early Monday morning. Los Angeles police said they were not ruling out anyone's possible involvement in the Sunday...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBob Dylan stares idly at the paperback book that someone has brought aboard his custom tour bus, which is speeding through the snowy Wisconsin countryside in the midnight hour. He has just finished a concert in Madison and is on his way to South Bend,...
Tags: Weather Reports, Movies, Marilyn Monroe, Book, Mick Jagger
It took Bob and Angie Kleinfelder several years to save up for their upcoming trip to the International Lions Club Convention in Hamburg, Germany. The Crest Hill couple, both retired and as they put it "mildly handicapped," paid extra for business class...
For RedEyeWriter Keith Huff talks "Mad Men," "House of Cards" and his world premiere noir comedy play at Lookingglass He won a Writer's Guild Award for "Mad Men," wrote for the first season of "House of Cards" and is currently working on a new SyFy show called...
The following items were taken from police reports. La Grange •A bike was reported stolen at the train depot at 25 W. Burlington Ave. on June 14. •A customer at The Runner's Sole, at 5 S. La Grange Road, asked a clerk "if he was gay and...
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