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August 21, 2010 | By Mary Forgione
Ann Thompson still marvels at the sliver of ranchland she has lived on for the last eight years. "I fell in love with the house," she says of the Spanish Colonial-style home known as the DeWenter Mansion that sits in the quiet foothills of La Verne. "For my husband, it was the property. " Thompson is the most recent resident of an enduring landmark that recalls the heyday of the orange and lemon industry that brought millions of dollars to La Verne in the early 20th century. Many of the original citrus trees still surround the house at this onetime ranch.
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March 11, 2014 | By Dylan Hernandez
Dodgers 7, Royals 5 AT THE PLATE: Scott Van Slyke hit a two-run home run in the eighth inning against Scott Alexander. The situation is the kind in which the Dodgers think Van Slyke will be able to help them this year: in the late innings, against a left-handed pitcher. "We feel like he's going to thump some lefties," Manager Don Mattingly said. Alex Guerrero tripled off the top of the center-field wall in the ninth inning. ON THE MOUND: Dan Haren gave up seven hits and a walk over four innings but held the Royals to one run. He started the fourth inning by loading the bases without recording an out and limited the damage to one run. Haren isn't scheduled to pitch in the Dodgers' season-opening series in Australia, but is still preparing as if he will.
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BUSINESS
July 24, 2010 | By Darrell Satzman
A stately traditional home with Spanish Colonial elements and a historic pedigree is the centerpiece of this oak-shaded estate in the hills of San Marino. Designed by noted residential architect Roland E. Coate, the home was built in 1926 for Annie Wilson, daughter of pioneering Southern California businessman and politician Benjamin Wilson, for whom Mt. Wilson is named. The gently sloping 1-acre-plus property was once part of the vast holdings of George S. Patton, father of the famed U.S. general, according to real estate historian Tim Gregory.
SPORTS
March 11, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
Seattle 10, Angels 6 AT THE PLATE: Matt Long is a longshot to make the team, but he's making a good impression. The outfielder followed a four-hit game Monday with a three-hit, two runs-batted-in game and is batting .542 (13 for 24) this spring. Mike Trout and Albert Pujols hit back-to-back run-scoring doubles in the second, the speedy Trout turning what appeared to be a single to left-center into a double. Erick Aybar drew his team-leading seventh walk of the spring. ON THE MOUND: Reliever Kevin Jepsen had a rough sixth inning, allowing two runs and two hits, walking two and balking a runner from first to second.
BUSINESS
August 21, 2010 | By Sharon Bernstein, Los Angeles Times
The Small Business Administration offers a variety of assistance, including online workshops, seminars and classes. The agency also has step-by-step instructions for starting a business, including tips on market research and creating a business plan. The main national website has links to local SBA district offices throughout the country. Try them at http://www.sba.gov . Click on the tab labeled Small Business Planner for tips on what you may need to know before you start. If you have hit a snag in developing your business or need advice from someone who's been there, try an organization called Score.
TRAVEL
April 17, 2011
AMERICAS Presentation Thomas Laussermair will show images and discuss his bicycling and hiking adventure along the length of the Pan-American Highway. When, where: 7 p.m. Tuesday at the REI store in Santa Monica, 402 Santa Monica Blvd. Admission, info: Free. (310) 458-4370. ASIA Slide show Mort Loveman will present "Vietnam & Korea: Follow the Dragon. " When, where: 1 p.m. Wednesday at Roxbury Park Community Center, 471 S. Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills.
BUSINESS
July 11, 2011
Address: 350 S. Olive St., Orange 92866 Listed for: $799,000 Size: Six bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,647 square feet Lot size: 0.17 of an acre Features: The 1901 Victorian includes separate guest quarters, a built-in buffet in the dining room and a basement. MLS ID: P741747 -- Address: 1456 N. Cabrillo St., Orange 92869 Listed for: $669,000 Size: Four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,212 square feet Lot size: 0.21 of an acre Features: The one-story traditional, built in 1971, sits on a corner lot and was almost completely rebuilt in 1989.
FOOD
September 8, 2011
The recipes included here are written for only one portion in order to demonstrate technique and timing. You can cook as many as six pieces quite easily in the same size water bath without too much trouble if you'll check to make sure the temperature hasn't dropped too much (just add more hot water if it has). For cooking more pieces than that, you'll need to check the temperature frequently during the early going to maintain an even heat. Serve these meats with the accompaniments of your choice.
BUSINESS
March 27, 2011
Address: 2105 N. San Marcos Place, Claremont 91711 Listed for: $623,900 Size: Four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,421 square feet Lot size: 0.26 acres Features: The single-story contemporary, built in 1965, has a family room, a den, a living room fireplace and an in-ground pool. MLS ID: C11022737 Address: 536 Berkeley Ave., Claremont 91711 Listed for: $575,000 Size: Three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,341 square feet Lot size: 0.12 acres Features: The updated Colonial Revival-style house, built in 1910, has 10-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and pocket doors.
TRAVEL
November 12, 2011
On my recent trip to Britain, I purchased a wireless Internet device called a dongle from Vodafone for 19 pounds, or about $30, which gets you one month of service. This was a plug-and-play device that plugs into a USB port on your netbook (which is what I had with me) or your laptop. While I was in London and Manchester I was able get 3G service practically any time, including in my hotel room. The hotel Internet service would have been about 25 pounds, or about $40, for 24 hours. Bill Mark Redondo Beach
OPINION
February 16, 2014
Re "Art versus scandal," Opinion, Feb. 13 I make no apology for enjoying the work of Woody Allen. Accountability is necessary, but punishment should be restricted to the guilty, without collateral damage. Any misdeeds of Allen's are a reason to punish him, not me. His debt to society is his and not mine, and I refuse to pay any of it for him by curtailing my cultural edification. Meghan Daum cites Picasso and Wagner who, because they are dead, are no longer capable of being punished.
OPINION
January 30, 2014
Re "Clean bill for old air base," Jan. 28 Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, my old stomping grounds in the 1960s, is now, for the most part, cleaned up and off the federal Superfund list. This is a wonderful thing, and the eventual development of Orange County's Great Park will be a most welcome addition. But it is worrisome that a developer has the right to construct 9,500 homes nearby when our reservoirs are going dry. Where will the water come from to support this new development?
OPINION
January 29, 2014
Re "Rail alone won't reinvent L.A.," Opinion, Jan. 27 Indeed, Los Angeles County is moving from adolescence into adulthood with its efforts to create a coherent mass transit system that includes light rail. As Ethan Elkind argues, the city and county need to astutely plan on maximizing the light-rail investment as a more coherent system evolves over time. This means higher density around transit stations, along with more convincing arguments for such development in those communities that see this progress as a threat.
OPINION
January 28, 2014
Re "Bernanke leaves legacy of stimulus and stagnation," Jan. 26 The article may leave readers with a misunderstanding of the primary roles of the Federal Reserve. Those responsibilities are to promote maximum employment, keep prices stable and to moderate long-term interest rates. Other monetary policies - such as addressing income inequality, which was present before outgoing Chairman Ben Bernanke took over in 2006 - are the role of Congress. However, the do-nothing, Republican-controlled House has refused to move forward on specific policies the Obama administration has proposed that would promote a more robust recovery and help to reduce income inequality.
OPINION
January 24, 2014
Re "A deadly distinction," Jan. 19 Thank you for covering the neglected area of Westmont, the small, unincorporated community between Los Angeles and Inglewood that has L.A. County's top homicide rate. I lived on 93rd and Figueroa streets for 25 years. I tell my children that it's a million miles from that street to Valencia, where they were raised. Since I feel that education may be the best way for the children in that area to leave, I helped to create a scholarship for some of the area's students.
OPINION
January 11, 2014
Re "Emails link Christie aide to scandal," Jan. 8 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie denies direct responsibility for the retaliatory traffic jam in Fort Lee, whose mayor refused to endorse the governor for reelection. Christie may say the traffic tie-up was the action of rogue staff, but he must accept responsibility for presiding over a moral swamp in which such a vicious scheme would even be considered. The GOP's dirty tricks go back to Richard Nixon. The catalog of uncivil Republican actions demonstrates a lack of consideration for the interests of the American people: holding up important nominations, shutting down the government, threatening to default on the debt and doing everything possible to undermine healthcare reform (and having the chutzpah to complain about its implementation)
OPINION
January 10, 2014
Re "Jobless benefits bill gains in uphill climb," Jan. 8 President Obama is correct that the unemployed need a hand. But the likelihood of those who have been unemployed for a year or more obtaining new jobs in their old professions is remote. The long-term unemployed need government-supported retraining in a new profession. And unless they participate in such a program, they should be denied unemployment benefits. Yes, they may ultimately get lower pay than before. This may not seem fair, but in a free-enterprise society, there is no requirement for those with an income to indefinitely support those not working.
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