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  • Small Wonders: The perils of living with women

    I'm no parenting guru. Ask my daughters. Or my wife. Or the bartenders at Don Cuco. But as the only man in a house full of women, I've learned a few things that while not necessarily life-changing, may provide scant relief to new fathers, nods of...
  • Dining review: Trattoria's cocktails top the fine food

    Dining review: Trattoria's cocktails top the fine food
    The buzz around Trattoria Neapolis, the new fine-dining establishment on South Lake Avenue, is almost deafening. But there's a lot to buzz about. The venue is spectacular, the service is impeccable, the cocktails are exhilarating, the wine and beer...
  • Bill would increase fines for using cellphones while driving

    Bill would increase fines for using cellphones while driving
    State lawmakers sent two road-related proposals to the governor Tuesday, one that would hike fines for Californians who use a cellphone while driving and another that would exempt hybrid drivers from toll charges in car-pool lanes. The cellphone bill, SB...
  • Cash-strapped L.A. raises parking fines for 6th time in 7 years

    Cash-strapped L.A. raises parking fines for 6th time in 7 years
    Los Angeles is once again raising fines for parking violations an additional $5, for the sixth time in seven years. The City Council voted unanimously for the fine increases, which will apply to the 2.5 million city parking tickets issued annually and...
  • Resident disputes La Cañada tree statute

    In the past year the city of La Cañada Flintridge has fined five residents for trimming or removing a city-protected tree in violation of the city’s tree ordinance, but one resident says it’s the city that is breaking the law. Richard Cohen...
  • Glendale: Deadline for overdue library book amnesty nears

    Glendale: Deadline for overdue library book amnesty nears
    To those harboring overdue library books: if you turn them in before Sunday, the city of Glendale will look the other way. There are currently 2,115 overdue library materials, but because of a weeklong amnesty program through April 20, fines for...
  • Commission cites Keuroghelian with warning

    Former 43rd Assembly District candidate Chahe Keuroghelian violated campaign finance disclosure rules but will not be fined, according to a ruling issued Tuesday by the California Fair Political Practices Commission. The commission made public an Oct. 1...
  • No fine for utility manager who admitted to illegally draining his pool

    City officials say they will not levy a $25,000 fine on Ron Davis, the general manager of Burbank Water and Power, for draining his pool without a permit. But that doesn’t mean that Davis is home scott-free. He and the city still could be subject...
  • Burbank campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee fined by ethics agency

    Already facing criminal charges in a separate case, campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee was fined Thursday by the state’s ethics watchdog agency for failing to properly report $76,000 in spending by the unsuccessful Assembly campaign of Stuart Waldman...
  • Cities stack their energy portfolio

    Cities stack their energy portfolio
    It’s a tale of two cities in two very different positions as the utilities in Burbank and Glendale work to meet strict state mandates for using renewable energy. At 21%, Glendale Water & Power is ahead of schedule in hitting the first benchmark...
  • Motion Picture & Television Fund fined over patient's death

    Motion Picture & Television Fund fined over patient's death
    State regulators have fined the Motion Picture & Television Fund $80,000 for failing to prevent the death of a patient at its nursing home. An investigation by the California Department of Public Health found that the skilled nursing facility "failed to...