April 4, 1992
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, and clocks should be moved ahead one hour. Pacific Standard Time will return in October.
December 3, 2008
Re "The fast track to change," Nov. 30 So the light rail will go east from Little Tokyo to Indiana Street. Been there, done that. About 60 years ago, we took the yellow P-line streetcar on that route coming home from church on Sundays. Where the light rail will jog south on Indiana, we would change to a small, open-sided streetcar that ran from 1st Street to Whittier Boulevard. Ah, nostalgia. Eiichi Kamiya Rolling Hills Estates :: This came across as a little hypocritical to me. Some in the predominantly Latino community of Boyle Heights don't want outsiders to move in and change its character?
January 25, 2013 |
Glancing around his study on a recent afternoon, Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert's eyes came to rest on his collection of thousands of music CDs, acquired over many years at considerable expense. "I don't listen to a lot of them anymore," he said. "I was certain I'd listen to Miles Davis until the day I died. " According to his own research, Gilbert is hardly alone in having imagined that he'd always like the same music, or hobbies or friends. Writing this month in the journal Science, he reported that people at all stages of life tend to believe they won't change much in the future - even as they recognize great shifts in their personalities, values and tastes in the past.
July 22, 2012 |
Given the still unsteady economy, a vast majority of Americans say they are willing to change their summer vacation plans at the last minute if it means saving a few bucks, according to a new survey. The poll of more than 2,000 Americans taken online by the travel website Travel-ticker.com found that 83% of those with vacation plans could be swayed to change plans if presented with a better deal. Among other findings, 72% of those polled said they were planning to be more flexible on dates and destinations this summer to save money.
September 16, 2011 |
The most ballyhooed name change of the year became official Friday morning when a Los Angeles County Superior Court commissioner approved the former Ron Artest's request to become Metta World Peace. Amid labor discord that threatens to delay, if not wipe out, the NBA season, there is World Peace. Photos: Famous name-changers He is 6 feet 7, wears No. 15 for the Lakers and once participated in the infamous "Palace brawl. " Anyone now making his acquaintance will be meeting Metta World Peace.
December 13, 2012 |
A recent change to Google's image search algorithm has made it harder to find porn whether users are deliberately looking for it or not. The tech company said it made the changes earlier this week to make image search settings more simplified and in line with its Web and video settings. "We are not censoring any adult content, and want to show users exactly what they are looking for -- but we aim not to show sexually-explicit results unless a user is specifically searching for them," Google said in a statement.
May 19, 2010 |
George Sherrill knew something was wrong, but not what. This was two weeks ago. The Dodgers relief pitcher was struggling. He had allowed 10 earned runs, 14 hits and a dozen walks in 10 innings over 15 games. His earned-run average was 9.00. He said he would work out the kink as soon as he figured out what it was. Then, on May 8, Sherrill turned on the Atlanta Braves' game against the Philadelphia Phillies, and he watched left-handed reliever Billy Wagner work one inning and pick up the save for Atlanta.
April 23, 2012 |
The University of Southern California's School of Theatre announced Sunday it will change its name to the USC School of Dramatic Arts. Officials said the change, effective July 1 and three years in the making, reflects the school's emphasis on a broader range of dramatic expression and programs. “Almost all of the major schools that teach what we teach are called dramatic arts,” Madeline Puzo, the school's dean, told Culture Monster. “Theater is our artistic home, but we know that our students want and will succeed within different platforms.” Puzo added that offstage forms of expression for students include TV, film, webisodes and sketch comedy.
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May 12, 2012 |
Patricia McIntosh and her fellow La Puente residents have seen more than their fair share of city turmoil in recent years: Government officials accused of sexual harassment and excessive travel expenses. The threatened loss of municipal insurance. But when McIntosh got wind of a proposal to change the name of her beloved San Gabriel Valley city, the 82-year-old president of the La Puente Valley Historical Society had to speak out. "That's ludicrous," she said. "It'd be like coming in and saying we'd like to change the name of California.