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Los Angeles Times staff writerUp in the northwest forest where Washington, Idaho and British Columbia converge, there's a lazy little international border crossing called Nelway, about the size of a gas station. "Where are you headed?" a Canadian border patrol agent asked when my...
L.A. NOWThe investigation of L.A.-area arson suspect Harry Burkhart widened Thursday to include a probe by Canadian authorities into whether he was involved in a series of suspicious fires in Vancouver, Canada....
Company TownInterview with stunt performer Shawn Beaton, who played a wolf in the new film "The Grey" starring Liam Neeson...
Pop & HissA first listen to the entire "MDNA" album from Madonna. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers a glimpse at the sound of the pop singer's first studio album in four years....
Blog-o-nomics - Orlando SentinelHere's welcome news for IT folks living in and around Central Florida. The IT staffing and recruitment firm Modis, says in 2012 Orlando will be the third best city in the U.S. and Canada for finding an IT job. It ranks just behind Houston (Number 1) and...
L.A. at HomeMan caves: The time has come to leave the man cave — to bulldoze the bro bunker, to kick the kegerator to the curb. Manly men, your man cave is no longer a tenable refuge from the real world....
World NowA Canadian appeals court in Ontario ruled Monday that banning brothels is unconstitutional and could put prostitutes in danger by not allowing them to work in a safe location....
Ministry of GossipAlec Baldwin called the cops on Genevieve Sabourin on Sunday after she allegedly tried to get in contact with him on repeated occasions via email and in person. Sabourin reportedly tried to cross paths with Baldwin this past week at his Hamptons and...
When several shows open on the same night — a frequent occurrence in Chicago — we critics have to see some productions a little later. So that was how I came to roll up at the Signal Ensemble Theatre on Thursday of last week. It was a last-...
Only a day after getting laid off their jobs, a group of workers from a manufacturing plant won the lottery. It was a $7 million win for 10 employees from the Smart Technologies Manufacturing plant in Ottawa, Canada. One winner said he could not...
A forensic video analysis laboratory at the University of Indianapolis, used to train law enforcement and security professionals from around the world, will soon serve Canadian authorities in their massive investigation of rioting and looting that...
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