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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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ENTERTAINMENT
December 23, 2011
'We Bought a Zoo' MPAA rating: PG for language and some thematic elements Running time: 2 hours, 3 minutes Playing: In general release
SPORTS
September 21, 2011 | By Kevin Baxter
Reporting from Toronto — A crowd of reporters gathered around Peter Bourjos' locker in the Angels' clubhouse Wednesday. But before he would answer any questions he wanted to ask one. "Boston ended up losing, right?" he said. Indeed it had. And with the Angels beating Toronto, 7-2, behind three hits and three runs from Bourjos, the wild-card race had tightened considerably. The Red Sox' once-comfortable lead is down to 2½ games over the Angels and Tampa Bay Rays, who each have seven games left to play.
BUSINESS
February 4, 2011
Here are tips for avoiding new fees on your checking account: Read your mail. Notice of a new fee will show up first in an enclosure with your bank statement. Push back. A new fee often is a test of what you will tolerate. Call your bank and ask how to avoid it. How do you bank? Your bank may offer another account type that fits better with your pattern of transactions. Shop around. If you can't avoid fees at your current bank, consider moving. Credit unions, community banks and small regional banks are more likely to offer a better deal.
SPORTS
April 10, 2011 | By Broderick Turner
Even when Pau Gasol scored those six points in the first quarter and took those five shots, it wasn't as though the Lakers were feeding the ball down low to their All-Star power forward. So perhaps, then, it should not have been a surprise that Gasol was not a force on offense during the Lakers' 93-86 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night at the Rose Garden. But in many ways, Gasol and frontcourt mate Andrew Bynum were not overwhelming factors on defense either.
TRAVEL
June 19, 2011 | By Jen Leo, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Not all beaches were created equal — nor were all beach bods. Get trendy fashion tips for your next romp in the sand while surfing the Web. Name: Beachtomato.com What it does : This online magazine combines fashion trends with information about beach destinations both popular and exotic. You'll be swept away by the island views as well as the interviews with fashion designers and beach industry professionals. What's hot: If you're focused solely on travel, go straight to the Places section and feast your eyes on photos and articles ranging from Beach of the Week to favorite beaches in far-flung places such as Mozambique and the Vendée, France.
SPORTS
April 18, 2011 | Mark Heisler
So much for the They're Just Waiting for the Playoffs Theory. For the two-time defending NBA champions, the postseason finally got here Sunday, along with the New Orleans Hornets and ... sauntering in a little while later, Laker-style ... the Lakers, themselves! In a stunner, which Coach Phil Jackson agreed it was ... or "a pleasant surprise," as even New Orleans' Monty Williams conceded it was ... the Hornets won, 109-100. Remember when everyone started fresh at 0-0?
BUSINESS
September 16, 2010 | By Alejandro Lazo, Los Angeles Times
Big banks pushed fewer U.S. households into foreclosure for the seventh consecutive month in August, a real estate firm reported, though repossessions of properties already ensnared in the process hit a record. The continued convergence of the two trends — fewer notices of default filed on homes but more properties sold at courthouse steps — indicates that major lenders are meting out foreclosures in a systematic way so as not to flood the housing market with a wave of steeply discounted properties, RealtyTrac said.
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