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American Airlines says the computer systems that caused the airline to ground most flights Tuesday (today) have been restored but that travelers should expect delays through the day. Joe Brancatelli, who writes the JoeSentMe travel newsletter and is a...
L.A. NOWA federal judge in San Francisco on Thursday heard arguments in a case that is likely to decide the fate of the nation’s largest medical marijuana dispensary and could influence other cases involving clashing state and federal cannabis laws. The...
The Los Angeles Auto Show is nothing more than a gigantic jewelry store for men. We ogle the latest bangles from Germany, Japan and, increasingly, Ohio. Have you seen the Acura NSX, cut like an engagement ring? That's right, made in Ohio. It may be the...
Donald M. Koll, a real estate developer who pioneered high-rise office building in Orange County and among other projects helped turn Los Cabos, Mexico, into a premier resort destination, has died. He was 78. Koll died Tuesday at Ronald Reagan UCLA...
L.A. NOWThe push to overhaul restaurants, beverage stands and gift stores at Los Angeles International Airport took a major step forward Monday when a special City Council panel awarded three retail contracts to a joint venture that features former Lakers star......
Culture MonsterAl Pacino's Shylock is the talk of New York at the moment, at least when the conversation turns away from the insufferable heat wave. His performance in the Public Theaterâs production of Shakespeareâs âThe Merchant of Veniceâ (running in rep........
Special to The Los Angeles TimesSan Francisco World-class, unparalleled, greatest, biggest, most diverse, greenest and eco-grooviest. Able to leap tall buildings in a single rave, the new state-of-the-art and state-of-the-planet incarnation of the California Academy of Sciences is...
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European designers are opening outposts here in droves. A new boutique crops up in a different neighborhood each week, with a whole new point of view on West Coast style. And the sample sale is a regular retail outlet not just for fashion insiders, but...
Among the books reviewed in preparing "A history of paradise" were: Jackie Robinson: A Life Remembered by Maury Allen El Alisal: Where History Lingers by Jane Apostol Painting with Light: A Centennial History of the Judson Studios by Jane Apostol...
By The Associated PressPassport cards The State Department's new passport cards, which are wallet-sized identification cards designed to speed border crossings by U.S. citizens to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, are proving popular already. More than 350,000 Americans...
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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...
Special to The TimesWinter in Manhattan. The Radio City Rockettes have packed in the Christmas spectacular. The ribbons and lights hung by the cash registers with care have been sold at 50% off. The Bronx may still be up, but the mercury is way down. There's a way to...
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