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  • Los Angeles Times launches new membership program

    Los Angeles Times launches new membership program
    The Los Angeles Times will begin charging readers for access to its online news, joining a growing roster of major news organizations looking for a way to offset declines in revenue. Starting March 5, online readers will be asked to buy a digital...
  • Times Community News online content to remain free

    The Los Angeles Times’ announcement Friday that it would start charging for full access to its website will not affect the company’s community news division. Starting March 5, people who do not subscribe to the Los Angeles Times print edition...
  • DreamWorks Animation's fourth-quarter earnings drop sharply

    DreamWorks Animation's fourth-quarter earnings drop sharply
    DreamWorksAnimation saw a sharp decline in profit in the fourth quarter of 2011 compared with a year earlier, reflecting weak holiday DVD sales. The Glendale studio reported that it earned net income of $24.3 million, or 29 cents a share, in the quarter,...
  • Verdugo Views: The builders of Twelve Oaks Lodge

    Verdugo Views: The builders of Twelve Oaks Lodge
    Two generous people who spent their winters in La Crescenta, instead of in the Midwest, donated their property for a home for the elderly. Today it is Twelve Oaks Lodge. James and Effie Fifield were well established in Minneapolis, where he headed up...
  • Forest Service to drop fees at most national forests

    Forest Service to drop fees at most national forests
    The U.S. Forest Service plans to grant free access to nearly all national forest lands, scaling back unpopular recreation fees that have raised the ire of hikers but also sent millions of dollars to Southern California's heavily used forests. The...
  • Memo causes confusion about start of bullet train construction

    Memo causes confusion about start of bullet train construction
    The state's long-standing plan to start construction of the bullet train from Southern California to the Bay Area this year, part of an effort to comply with federal grant agreements, was thrown into confusion this week. Roelof van Ark, chief executive...
  • Applebee's leads Glendale-based DineEquity to fourth-quarter profit; IHOP slips

    Applebee's leads Glendale-based DineEquity to fourth-quarter profit; IHOP slips
    DineEquity Inc., the Glendale-based owner of the Applebee’s and IHOP restaurant chains, had a strong fourth quarter after suffering a severe slump a year earlier. Several factors helped the recovery, including the company’s franchising...
  • Proxy advisor criticizes Disney's decision to name Iger chairman

    An influential proxy advisor criticized theWalt Disney Co.'s board of directors for naming Chief ExecutiveRobert A. Igeras the company's next chairman, a decision that it claims “reversed a commitment to independent board leadership.”...
  • Caruso gets dose of Girl Scout power over cookie sales flap

    Caruso gets dose of Girl Scout power over cookie sales flap
    Forget employee unions, Hollywood studios and big developers. When it comes to flexing political muscle, the city of Los Angeles has a new heavyweight contender: those Tagalong-toting, knee-sock-rocking Girl Scouts. On Friday, billionaire mall developer...
  • Study: California ban on driver cellphone use is saving lives

    Study: California ban on driver cellphone use is saving lives
    Fewer Californians are dying in traffic accidents caused by hand-held cellphone use, according to a study by the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center at UC Berkeley. Traffic deaths declined by 22% in the two years after the state outlawed...
  • Photographer Tammy Abbott loses battle with cancer

    Photographer Tammy Abbott loses battle with cancer
    A former photographer for the Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader, Tammy Abbott, lost her 20-year battle with cancer on Saturday. She was 54. From Springville, near Sequoia National Park, Abbott spent much of her life in Los Angeles pursuing her...
  • From restricted club to suburban enclave

    Whiting Woods, in the Crescenta Valley, is a peaceful enclave with some 170 homes and fewer than 400 residents, not counting animals such as deer, rabbits, coyotes, snakes, and bobcats which are sometimes seen. The neighborhood boasts many live oak and...