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October 30, 2003
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June 20, 2009
Is there anyway to make Datebook into an e-newsletter? I would love to have this information weekly so I can plan wonderful home and garden jaunts. Having to go to, then Home & Garden, then Datebook seems outdated. Susan L. Petrella Fullerton Can Datebook be delivered directly? Editor's note: We have discussed an e-newsletter with a weekly calendar of home tours, garden classes and more. In the meantime, we've reduced the number of clicks: Go to latimes.
June 14, 2010
Tribune Interactive is partnering with, the website for rock musician Tom Petty and his band, the Heartbreakers, to launch an online hub as part of the band's 40-city "Mojo" tour. That site, which launches Monday, offers music, merchandise and concert tickets. It can be reached through the main navigation bar of any of Tribune's newspaper or TV station websites, including the Los Angeles Times ( and KTLA-TV Channel 5 (
October 12, 1999
Investors and others tracking Valley companies can check out the following sites in cyberspace: Web site for the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. Access detailed filings for publicly traded companies. Web site for the North American Securities Administrators Assn. Includes ways to guard against securities fraud. Company research, investing tools, articles and more by clicking on the Business page. www.mrv.
November 4, 2009
Voters in four Southern California counties on Tuesday decided a number of candidate races and a range of tax measures for some cities and school districts. In Northern California, residents chose a replacement for former Bay Area Democratic Rep. Ellen Tauscher, who left the 10th Congressional District to join the Obama administration. For highlights, go to Complete local results can be found on each county's elections website: Los Angeles County -- www.lavote.
February 4, 2010
"Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" will bring the bookshelf bestseller to the screen, but he's not quite the magical child familiar to the millions of young readers of author Rick Riordan. In the books, the hero is 12, but in this new Hollywood adventure, the actor is 18-year-old Logan Lerman. On the Hero Complex blog, director Chris Columbus talks to Rachel Abramowitz about the age issue and says that, in a way, Lerman takes Percy to an even older sensibility. "He's like this 45-year-old guy trapped in a teenager's body.
October 18, 2012 | By David Lazarus
CVS Caremark is feeling more heat. Join me at 3:15 p.m. PDT for a Google+ Hangout video chat about my latest column on CVS being investigated for allegedly refilling prescriptions and submitting claims to insurers without patients' approval. Another federal investigation has begun. I'll have information on that. Also, we've gotten our hands on more internal documents highlighting instructions given to CVS pharmacists about enrolling people in the company's automatic-refill program.
January 11, 2008
More arts and entertainment coverage on the Web. CELEBRITIES Despite Globes, Rumer has it It was supposed to be Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's eldest daughter's coming-out party, her Hollywood-style debutante ball, broadcast live. Instead, that pesky writers strike emerged. But Rumer Willis, a.k.a. Miss Golden Globes 2008, has found a way to deal with her disappointment: Free stuff! Details at TELEVISION Nothing to TiVo? It's slim pickings. Dangerously slim.
April 19, 2012
Times Washington Bureau Chief David Lauter and campaign reporter Mike Memoli will be online Friday for a discussion of the ins and outs of presidential polls. Nine new polls have been released in just the last week. With the race between President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney expected to remain close until the November general election, voters will be inundated with survey results over the next several months. Knowing what to make of polls can be a challenge - how they work, what to look for, why they often seem to be contradictory, what information campaigns consider the most important.
March 22, 2003 | Los Angeles Times
War briefing: Latest strikes and developments The United States launched an intense aerial assault against Iraq, raining hundreds of bombs and cruise missiles on the capital and other places. The Iraqi intelligence service's headquarters in Baghdad burned after repeated hits. Key events * Two Marines were killed in separate firefights as tens of thousands of heavily armed U.S. and British ground troops raced across the Iraqi desert toward Baghdad. Resistance was reportedly minimal.
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