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  • Guitars stolen from Tom Petty and Heartbreakers at Culver Studios

     
    Five guitars belonging to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers were stolen from a sound stage at The Culver Studios in Culver City, according to the band’s website. A reward of $7,500 with “no questions asked” is being offered....
  • Tom Petty and Heartbreakers' stolen guitars found, man arrested

     
    Culver City detectives have arrested man in connection with the theft of five vintage guitars belonging to members of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers from a studio last week....
  • ‘Doonesbury’ moves to Op-Ed page this week

     
    The Times has moved this week’s “Doonesbury” comic strip to the Op-Ed page, and “Doonesbury” reruns will run in the strip’s place on the Comics page. Editors were concerned about this week’s story line, which...
  • Grooveshark: the other free music service

     
    Don't tell Paul Geller that free music on demand is a money-loser. Geller is vice president of business development at Grooveshark, an advertiser-supported site based in Gainesville, Fla., that streams an unlimited amount of music on demand to users at no...
  • Football: A tough first season for Matt Kerstetter

     
    Former Woodland Hills Taft Coach Matt Kerstetter is having a rough rookie season at Buchholz High in Gainesville, Fla. His team is 0-6 and coming off a 48-0 loss to Tallahassee Lincoln. Injuries and a tough schedule have hindered the......
  • 'Online novel' allegedly inspired Georgia terrorism suspects

     
    Does putting words on a blog and call them a book make them a book?...
  • Kenny Bernstein retires from NHRA drag racing

     
    Kenny Bernstein retires: Kenny Bernstein, a legendary NHRA drag-racing driver and team owner who was the first to break the 300-mph barrier, announced Tuesday he was retiring from the sport at age 67....
  • Is Grooveshark long for this world?

     
    The next few months will determine whether Grooveshark can continue to sail along, offering free access to 15 million songs, or whether it will have to swim with the fishes as the company fights off copyright infringement lawsuits filed by three major...
  • Pilot in Mayo Clinic copter crash had spent life flying, son says

     
    Fatal helicopter crash: Hoke Smith was just 16 when he was introduced to what became one of the activities that defined the next half century of his life and, tragically, led to his death – flying. He was killed while en route to pick up an organ...
  • Fatal flight of heart transplant team began normally, NTSB says

     
    What began as a flight of medical mercy turned into a tragedy without warning, according to federal investigators probing the recent Florida crash of a helicopter carrying a heart transplant team....
  • Smoke in Florida pileup may have come from deliberately set fire

     
    Florida pile-up: Authorities are investigating what caused the multi-car pile-up this weekend in Florida that killed 10 people and injured 18 others. Smoke -- possibly from an intentionally set fire -- may have played a role....