Archive for February, 2009

Universal City

Universal City

Stars of Slumdog Millionaire at Universal Studios The young stars of “Slumdog Millionaire” spent the day at Universal Studios Hollywood, The Entertainment Capital of L.A., on Saturday, February 21, 2009.

02-25-09

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Enjoy Upscale Urban Living at Burbank Village Apartments

Enjoy Upscale Urban Living at Burbank Village Apartments

By Kirsten Reinking (Burbank) – At Burbank Village Apartments, you’ll discover a sophisticated, modern place for adults 55 and over to enjoy an active, independent lifestyle in an exciting urban atmosphere. Located at 240 E. Palm, a block away from the Burbank Media Center and situated above the Gourmet 88 restaurant, the affordable and stylish […]

The March 3, 2009 Primary Campaign for Los Angeles City Attorney

My assignment is to write a column on the campaign for City Attorney. To do that properly, I must first provide a bit of background information—from the current City Budget and from the Los Angeles City Charter. First, a budget-related observation Under the City’s current budget, the outgoing City Attorney is authorized to maintain a […]

Steve Cooley, Los Angeles County District Attorney and Carmen Trutanich.

Steve Cooley, Los Angeles County District Attorney and Carmen Trutanich.

  “As a Deputy D.A., I did my job removing dangerous criminals from the streets of Los Angeles. As City Attorney, I will not be deterred. I will aggressively target and put street gangs out of business.” – Carmen Trutanich “Carmen Trutanich was a gang prosecutor and a premier environmental prosecutor. He’ll be a true […]

Buyer’s Remorse?

I recently was asked in an online situation if I was experiencing buyer’s remorse. Naturally I went over my latest expenditures. Was it a reference to my recent purchases at my local Albertson’s? Perhaps instead it was regarding the new car just purchased… had I just purchased one. Well, just in case this individual had […]

One on One with Michael Reagan (Part 2)

One on One with Michael Reagan (Part 2)

  TONY: So between the time you were filling in for Michael Jackson, it was 1984? MICHAEL: I was doing the boat racing. We did that race in honor of a young girl, Alex Deford. You know, Frank Deford the writer? We did it in honor of his daughter, Alex, who died of Cystic Fibrosis […]

Travel – To Do, Or Not To Do

Travel – To Do, Or Not To Do

  Jackie: We want to talk about ideas to keep travel simpler, less costly and more enjoyable. That is, if one is able to manage traveling at all. But, if travel can somehow help stimulate the tipsy economy, either at home or in the entire shaky world, and it is personally feasible — it’s a […]

A Chip off the Mercedes SUV Block

A Chip off the Mercedes SUV Block

About 25 years ago, Mercedes-Benz released a bit of a shocker in the luxury car world. It brought out a much smaller, much less expensive sedan that was quickly dubbed “the Baby Benz.” It was not a huge success, initially. Its main problem was image. The public had come to think of Mercedes automobiles as […]

Bows and Bouquets

What a thrill to attend the Living Legends of Aviation Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and to see a good friend, multi-talented Zoe Dell Landis Nutter, receive the Bob Hoover Freedom of Flight Award. We’ve known the lovely and attractive Zoe Dell a long time, beginning when we met her at an Aviation Hall […]