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  • In Theory: Thoughts on nursing babies in the church

    American mothers are choosing to breast-feed their babies in increasing numbers, with about 77% of infants being breast-fed at some point. Public breast-feeding is becoming more socially acceptable — but does that include church?
  • Hate helicopters? Get over it.

    Re: “Hearing scheduled to discuss helicopter noise,” Political Landscape, June 1. If a helicopter-noise-hater needs to be rescued by a helicopter, do they have a card in their wallet that states, “I refuse to be rescued by helicopter...

    It's time for restrictions on helicopters

    Hooray, the Federal Aviation Administration hopes to come up with recommendations to deal with Los Angeles residents’ noise complaints by next summer. What noise complaints? Those made by helicopters over the L.A. area. One homeowner likened the...

    Heavy construction starts on Bob Hope Airport transit center

    Heavy construction starts on Bob Hope Airport transit center
    Construction crews on Thursday are scheduled to begin work on driving deep foundation supports into the ground that will eventually hold up the new transit center at Bob Hope Airport. When completed, the 520,000-square-foot, $112.6-million project...

    A Fine Frenzy is a force of nature

    A Fine Frenzy is a force of nature
    Alison Sudol finds comfort in the woods. The singer-songwriter and leader of the band A Fine Frenzy grew up mostly in Los Angeles and Burbank, and even there she's often found herself gravitating toward a convenient corner of nature. On a recent...