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  • Region's film, TV industry lost 16,100 jobs in 7 years, study finds

    Region's film, TV industry lost 16,100 jobs in 7 years, study finds
    The film and television industry in Los Angeles County has lost more than 16,000 jobs since 2004, mostly due to work migrating out of state, a new report revealed. Last year, the entertainment business generated 102,100 jobs in the county, down 14% from...
  • Pop goes former Palate Food + Wine in Glendale

    There have been pop-up Halloween stores and other temporary businesses in Glendale, but this one just might take the cake, or at least the chou rouge. A pop-up restaurant is opening in the shell of the former Palate Food + Wine, the popular eatery...
  • A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill

    A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill
    A bill introduced this week by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) to protect against what he called “shakedown lawsuits” comes as 12 businesses in his district face similar legal action for not posting simple signage — violations...
  • Snow storm closes Grapevine in both directions

    Snow has closed the Grapevine in both directions Friday. The closure is at the Grapevine summit, and officials said they don't know when Interstate 5 will reopen. The National Weather Service said snow will drop to the 2,000-foot level, according to...
  • Verdugo Views: Facts just might get in the way of a legend

    Verdugo Views: Facts just might get in the way of a legend
    There's an old saying, "a rose is a rose is a rose," and, with apologies to Gertrude Stein, I'd like to say "a legend is a legend is a legend." I'm referring to the “Legend of Montrose.” But in this case, it turns out the legend regarding the...
  • Police plan to monitor allegations

    Local police officials say the statute of limitations could confound any new investigations into priest sex abuse revelations contained in a trove of documents released recently by the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese since many of the allegations...
  • L.A. Archdiocese adds priests' names to abuse list

    L.A. Archdiocese adds priests' names to abuse list
    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has quietly added two dozen priests and brothers to its list of clergy accused of child molestation. Though the church deems the allegations against the men credible, the archdiocese has declined to release information...
  • Above-average temperatures to keep things hot in tri-city region

    Above-average temperatures to keep things hot in tri-city region
    Forecasters say temperatures will drop slightly across the Southland on Tuesday -- but it's still going to be a hot one. A day after temperatures hovered around 100 degrees for much of the Los Angeles area, the National Weather Service said most places...
  • Fandango names ex-Disney executive Paul Yanover as new president

    Fandango names ex-Disney executive Paul Yanover as new president
    Fandango, the fast-growing online movie ticket company based in Los Angeles, has named former Disney digital executive Paul Yanover to the newly created position of president. Yanover will report to Nick Lehman, president of digital for NBCUniversal...
  • Disney's 'The Lone Ranger' trailer debuts online

    Disney's 'The Lone Ranger' trailer debuts online
    "The Lone Ranger" has had an arduous journey to the big screen. Between budgetary concerns that shut the production down weeks before shooting was to begin and the recent death of a crew member, the Johnny Depp-starring western has been chock-full of...
  • Gatto bill: DMV stands to make some money issuing vintage plates

    Gatto bill: DMV stands to make some money issuing vintage plates
    For an extra $50, California car enthusiasts will soon be able to order vintage license plates, including the black plates with yellow lettering issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles in the 1960s, thanks to action taken by Gov. Jerry Brown. Among...
  • 2 men sentenced in teen's 'text-message' death

    2 men sentenced in teen's 'text-message' death
    Decrying "how much was lost for so little," a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Friday sentenced two men to lengthy prison terms for killing a teenager three years ago over an insulting text message. Zareh Manjikian was sentenced to 50 years to...