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James Dean "Jim" Cox, 54, Confluence, died Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, at his residence. Born June 28, 1958, Oakland, Calif., he was the son of the late Arthur and Ruth (Zimmerman) Nava. Mr. Cox was a truck driver and a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by his...
Johnnie Ponzie, a retired business consultant and former longtime Ednor Gardens resident, died Dec. 8 of a heart attack at his home in Whitesboro, N.J. He was 66. The son of a railroader and a homemaker, Johnnie Ponzie was born in Pine Bluff, Ark., and...
I don't drink and I am a riflery enthusiast. Millions of Americans enjoy both. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drunk driving kills over 1,000 children each year. Banning alcohol because of drunk driving would be more logical...
In “Killing Them Softly,” Aussie director Andrew Dominik — who made the much praised 2007 Western “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” — takes on yet another classic American genre, the mob film....
Tags: Theft, Movies, Human Interest, Entertainment, James Gandolfini
He'll never look at traffic lights the same way as everybody else. After more than 22 years at Costa Mesa City Hall, many of them in the transportation department, Peter Naghavi is on the path to retirement starting next week. But it won't quite be...
On Wednesday, the main topic of conversation at Northwestern High School will likely be the school's impending closing and what the move might mean to the current student body. But when school dismissed at 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, many Northwestern students...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHere is a selection of some new offerings at the prestige end of the market, many predicated on exclusive ingredients and newfangled technology: Super Cream from 3LAB, exclusively at Barneys, joins that brand's high-priced roster but remains its most...
I didn't get to grow up with a local bookstore. But my daughter did. When I was a kid, there was not only no bookstore in the 'hood, but no library, either. It wasn't until we left the barrio close to the border and got to a little dull suburb that I...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Authors, Arts and Culture
Amid the cheers of President Barack Obama's victory rally in Chicago, Keesha Patterson reached into her bag for a tiny box, dropped to one knee, turned to her girlfriend of 11 years and told her, in front of everyone, how much she loved her and wanted...
If 2,500 Baltimore middle school students have their way Tuesday, President Barack Obama will be re-elected, children of some illegal immigrants will pay in-state tuition rates, same-sex couples can marry and gambling in Maryland will not expand. The...
Tags: Schools, Students, Barack Obama, Illegal Immigrants, Politics
Tammie Lynn Tucker and William Emerson Gerhart were married Aug. 25 at the First Christian Church, Somerset. The Rev. Rich Wilbur performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Shirley Tucker of Garrett and the late Edwin Tucker. The...
Costa Mesa's deputy CEO and economic development director announced his retirement in a memo sent to city employees Thursday. Peter Naghavi, a city employee of more than 22 years, plans to leave City Hall on Dec. 4. "I consider this organization a great...
Tags: Boston, Employees, Career and Workplace
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