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San Fernando Valley roundup: Smokey Robinson to read poetry in NoHo, PETA plans protest at NBC and teens injured in Van Nuys hit-and-runGood morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, September 19. Smokey Robinson will read some "Words" from the heart this weekend in North Hollywood. The singer-songwriter has apparently been itching to share his poetry with an audience. He'll read at the El...
Tags: NoHo, Injuries and Wounds, Smokey Robinson, Google+
There is a book that many parents-to-be pick up before they have their first child; it's called "What to Expect When You're Expecting." The book is chalk full of pertinent information and provides guidelines for parents who are about to bring a youngster...
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RedEyeThe growing variety of dining options for vegan and vegetarian food in Chicago has earned the city the fifth spot on People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals list of the Most Vegan-Friendly Cities of 2013. Not only did PETA recognize Chicago as home...
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Comptroller Joan M. Pratt spent the better part of last year in heated political disputes, but by Christmastime, the two city leaders exchanged gifts. They just can't agree on what was exchanged. The mayor reported...
Pop2it"Feel beautiful in your own skin and let animals keep theirs," a PETA ad featuring nude Miss USA winners reads....
Simon Cowell egged — it's something we're supposing any number of "American Idol" and "Britain's Got Talent" wannabes have wanted to see for years now. And on Saturday night, during the "BGT" finale, it happened. During a performance by an...
Re "Shark catch fuels frenzy," June 5 The photo of the grinning anglers with their "prize" — a 1,300-plus-pound mako shark — should make any caring person feel physically ill. While there are a handful of well-publicized shark attacks around...
If the fishermen who triumphantly hoisted the corpse of a massive mako shark expected to find those onshore applauding their achievement, they picked the wrong town. The initial news coverage of the Texas men who hauled in a half-ton shark from the...
Regarding the Sentinel editorial "Time for Boy Scouts to take next inclusive step" on Thursday: The liberal news organizations and the gay community have made huge inroads toward destroying the Boy Scouts and what the organization has stood for during...
ST. LOUIS -- Washington University has stopped using live cats in a medical training course, a practice that some animal rights groups have long opposed. For years, the university used cats in a pediatric life support training course. Medical workers...
Perhaps NRA should support national sales tax To the editor: About 30 years ago, under the cry of “no parole,” “no probation” and “three strikes, you’re out,” the legislature of California passed laws to make...
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