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Inland Empire officials seeking control of LA/Ontario International Airport are balking at an unprecedented demand by Los Angeles that they buy the struggling operation for hundreds of millions of dollars. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and...
The first major winter storm of the season continued to pound its way through the Midwest across the Great Lakes on Friday, creating travel chaos just in time for the holiday travel weekend. More than 1,000 airline flights have been canceled in the past...
Although airfare and hotel rates are up this summer, deals are out there — if you know where to look. Here are some options based on input from Travel-Ticker.com, Priceline.com, Orbitz.com and FlipKey.com. San Francisco When L.A. heats up, the...
The Daily Mirror"I was seeing Pershing Square, Los Angeles, now for the first timeâ¦the nervous fugitives from Times Square, Market Street SF, the French Quarter -- masculine hustlers looking for lonely fruits to score from, anything from the legendary $20 to a pad at...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersWas Sumner Redstone's obsession with the creator of the video game "Mortal Kombat" the root of the unfolding family drama that has pitted the media mogul against his daughter and onetime heir apparent, Shari Redstone? People who know them both suggest...
Tags: Entertainment, Viacom Inc., Family, Video Games, Travel
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSouthwest Airlines is offering fares as low as $39 each way out of its newest destination, San Francisco International Airport. On sale now, advance-purchase, one-way restricted fares start at $39 to San Diego, $59 to Las Vegas and $99 to Chicago's...
Special to The TimesBy 8:50 a.m., they temporarily had to close the women's restroom at the Chicago ArchiCenter. "There were so many people here already, they had to restock all the toilet paper," said Elaine Rosen, a retired biology teacher from the Streeterville area of...
Special To The TimesIf your last summer vacation involved air travel, it was likely a matter of stuffing as much as you could into your carry-on bags, cutting your arrival at the airport as close as possible and trying to cope with the annoying routine of it all. What a...
Special to The TimesHave you ever heard of a one-hour airfare sale or a sale that's announced in the morning and valid until 8 that night? Although one can imagine an airline trying to sell cut-rate tickets on short notice, it's hard to figure out how they would alert the...
Special to The TimesOne of the biggest surprises in the travel industry is the success of cut-rate airlines. The phenomenon, which accounts for nearly a quarter of all domestic air travel, includes such names as Southwest, JetBlue, Spirit, AirTran, ATA and others. American...
Times Staff WriterJetBlue. Frontier. Southwest. For many travelers, such names are synonymous with savings. It's reasonable to expect low-cost carriers such as these to offer the lowest fares. Reasonable but wrong. You need to shop around. "Low cost" no longer always...
In one of the oddest publishing coincidences and competitions in recent memory, two books about the artery-clogging subculture of supper clubs have hit the shelves at the same time: Ron Faiola's "Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old-Fashioned Experience" and...
Tags: Authors, Labor Day, Book, John F. Kennedy, Recipes
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