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L.A. NOWThe guided missile destroyer Jason Dunham is to be commissioned Saturday at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The 9,200-ton, 509-foot warship is named for a Marine corporal from Twentynine Palms who was mortally wounded while shielding other...
Culture MonsterThe stage roles of Elizabeth Taylor...
Top of the TicketJerry Calabrese goes along with a college girl's Spring Break prank....
Varsity Times InsiderAGAPE LEAGUE Victor Valley Christian 58, Apple Valley Christian 19 CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE Riverside Prep 53, Antelope Valley Christian 27 NONLEAGUE Carpinteria 44, Fillmore 33 El Modena 67, Orange 27 El Toro 51, Fountain Valley 29 Garden Grove 40, Oxford.......
L.A. UnleashedAPOLLO BEACH, Fla. â People aren't the only ones in Florida who don't like cold weather. Manatees -- those giant aquatic mammals with the flat, paddle-shaped tails -- are swimming out of the chilly Gulf of Mexico waters and into......
Money & CompanyLarry Wilcox, the former âCHiPsâ TV star who admitted to conspiring to defraud investors by manipulating penny stocks, was sentenced Friday to three years of probation. Wilcox could have faced up to five years in prison, but the Florida federal......
Melvin Lane Powers, a flamboyant real estate developer who was acquitted of murdering his aunt's multimillionaire husband in a sensational 1966 trial, has died. He was 68. Powers died Oct. 8 at his Houston home, his family announced. The cause of death...
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Leslie Nielsen, a serious actor who became a comic star with his career-changing roles in "Airplane!" and the "Naked Gun" comedies, died Sunday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 84. Nielson died of complications from pneumonia at a hospital near his home,...
Marvin Levin, a Sacramento developer who alerted the FBI to corruption in the California Legislature in the 1980s and played a pivotal role in the ensuing sting operation, has died. He was 76. Levin, who had been in declining health for a decade, died...
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Special to the Los Angeles TimesJust when you thought cruise lines had done it all — Central Park at sea (on Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas) and Cirque du Soleil afloat (on Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Epic) — here comes Disney with a roller coaster aboard the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe premise is simple: Buy a $500 plane ticket to zip around much of the New World for a month. The big question: Isn't it just some gimmick tangled up with hidden fees and crazy rules? Sorry, but no. If you are among those who hesitated Aug. 17 when...
Without too much effort, even a novice can snare a great fare on a one-way repositioning cruise. Such cruises have become increasingly popular in recent times, especially among cruisers who enjoy time at sea rather than at many ports. For the do-it-...
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