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"Identity Thief" is a larcenous bit of funny business. It probably should be locked up for its crimes and misdemeanors against moviemaking. But its stars, Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, steal so many laughs from such improbable places that the...
Garcia, Artigliere & Shadrack is a nationally-renowned team of trial lawyers who represent clients in a range of high-stakes, complex cases. From offices in California, Arizona, Washington and Florida, the firm’s attorneys provide dedicated legal...
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Money & CompanyThe average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in California fell by another 5 cents over the last week, to $3.591, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report. But the refrain remains the same: Americans are continuing to pay record high prices for this...
Varsity Times InsiderNONLEAGUE Aliso Niguel 51, Los Alamitos 49 Capistrano Valley 64, La Habra 43 Downey 49, Lakewood 38 Esperanza 62, Claremont 59 Fullerton 68, Savanna 58 Huntington Beach 58, Dana Hills 45 Irvine 60, Costa Mesa 42 Laguna Beach 47, Marina......
WINTER PARK, COLO. Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks When, where: Dec. 24, Winter Park Resort Highlights: A procession of torch-bearing skiers heralds Christmas, followed by Santa and his helpers and a lights and fireworks display. An...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCALIFORNIA San Diego Mardi Gras It's telling that no still or video cameras are allowed at the San Diego Fat Tuesday frenzy. The crowd gets wild with live music on 10 stages, go-go dancing and street performers, beads and boas, plus two Incredible...
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Associated PressDave Arneson, one of the co-creators of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy game and a pioneer of role-playing entertainment, died after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 61. Arneson's daughter, Malia Weinhagen of Maplewood, Minn., said her father died...
Chicago Tribune ReporterCities, with the exception of greater Las Vegas, aren't built for amusement. They're built to function as market hubs and transport hubs and government hubs, and then people build houses to be near the jobs generated by all that hubness. Gradually come...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDoing what he loved nearly killed Jon Dana. Dana, now 36, a lifelong skier, drove all night from his farm in Richmond, Mo., to Colorado's Winter Park Resort a few years ago. Then he hit the slopes just as he always did. By Day 3, after developing a...
Special to The TimesI had almost forgotten what skiing could be like. Three decades after I first set skis to snow, I had grown to accept the epic shuttle rides from parking lots to the slopes, the winding lift lines that seemed to stretch for miles, the $15 bowls of chili...
Times Staff WriterA 28-foot RV with a splashy mural painted across its side flashed around the curve in front of us, headed in our direction. It was straddling the yellow center line. I glanced out the passenger window of our car: A 1,000-foot precipice loomed. There...
Times Staff WriterAs we waited for the proprietor to open the front door of the Storybook Inn, I thought: So far, so good. We had found the inn perched off Highway 18 in a stretch of remarkable vistas that made it plain why this road is called the Rim of the World. The...
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