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  • Steve Lopez: Should California bite the bullet on high-speed rail?

    Steve Lopez: Should California bite the bullet on high-speed rail?
    If and when California's high-speed train is built, how fast would it have to go, and how much cheaper would a ticket have to cost, for you to give up flying? I went to Union Station this week, as well as the Burbank airport, to ask travelers those...
  • Lawmakers restore funding for student busing services

    Lawmakers restore funding for student busing services
    School officials in Burbank and Glendale may not have to absorb hundreds of thousands of dollars in transportation costs after the state Legislature on Thursday restored $248 million for student busing operations. Gov. Jerry Brown, who eliminated the...
  • Dining Review: The appetizers aren't bad, for starters

    Dining Review: The appetizers aren't bad, for starters
    The Hollywood Pasta Company in Burbank, opened last year by chef and caterer Kurt Ehrlich, doesn’t look exactly glam from the outside — its small storefront fašade sandwiched on Burbank Boulevard between an alley-like parking lot and a...
  • Troupe tries on Chekhov's masks

    The everyday and ordinary don’t apply in the world of Theatre Movement Bazaar. One of L.A.’s most unusual performance companies, TMB has been wowing audiences here with haunting, humorous and often startling mash-ups of theater and dance,...
  • Matt Catingub is Glendale Pops Orchestra's spark plug

    Matt Catingub is Glendale Pops Orchestra's spark plug
    Last December, Glendale's Alex Theatre hosted its first holiday concert with the resident Glendale Pops Orchestra. Less than a year old, the band is still in the process of finding its place in the tight-knit community and reaching out to the larger...
  • Think Again: The French turn the leadership tables

    The French often are the butt of jokes here, but last month they turned the tables and are teaching our elected officials about leadership. With the support of President Nicolas Sarkozy, the lower house of the French parliament and the French Senate...
  • Winds, rain showers to prevail most of the week

    Winds, rain showers to prevail most of the week
    Low pressures systems moving through the region this week are expected to keep the skies mostly gray, bringing them the possibility of rain through at least Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. In the tri-city area, there's a 40%...
  • Winds, chance of thunderstorms on tap for Southern California

    Winds, chance of thunderstorms on tap for Southern California
    A feeble rainstorm from Alaska could possibly trigger thunderclaps in Los Angeles County on Wednesday afternoon and evening, forecasters said. The National Weather Service said there is a 20% chance of thunderstorms across the L.A. area late Wednesday....
  • Mars shrinks chocolate bars; Nestle braces for tough 2012

    Mars shrinks chocolate bars; Nestle braces for tough 2012
    Those king-size Mars and Snickers bars in vending machines are about to shrink to a more princely size. By the end of 2013, confectionery giant Mars Inc.will sell only chocolate bars that are 250 calories or less, according to NPR. A full king-size...
  • Guidelines seek to end distractions, social media while driving

    Guidelines seek to end distractions, social media while driving
    The U.S. Department of Transportationdoesn't want you tweeting on Twitter, poking on Facebook, or giving a "thumbs up" to new music on Pandora when you're behind the wheel -- unless your car is parked. And to that end, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood...
  • Legislation would reduce fees for college students

    Legislation would reduce fees for college students
    Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) recently joined forces with Speaker of the Assembly John Perez (D-Los Angeles) to close a tax loophole that benefits large out-of-state companies and to use the billions of dollars collected to reduce fees for...
  • A book fair for the ages

    A book fair for the ages
    It's been long rumored that print is dead — the Internet its murderer. But after a trip to the California International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Pasadena Convention Center last weekend, I'm happy to report the rumors aren't true. The future of...