LA Times to Discontinue Premium calendarlive Service to Both Subscribers

LA Times to Discontinue Premium calendarlive Service to Both Subscribers

Tomorrow morning the LA Times will phase out a $4.95 monthly subscription to it’s calendarlive section, offering “unlimited access to the most powerful local arts and entertainment search engine in Southern California – don’t just find movie show times, find restaurants near that theater.”

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Sayonara, Nakamura

Sayonara, Nakamura

The Dodgers designated Nori Nakamura to the minor leagues Sunday evening to make room on the 40-man roster for infielder Oscar Robles.

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Killer Dip: News at 11

Killer Dip: News at 11

We here at losanjealous love our Trader Joe’s as a budget-conscious alternative to Whole Foods, so we investigated this recalled dip news item.

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We're #1!  We're #1!  We're #1!

We’re #1! We’re #1! We’re #1!

It is a tired cliche to complain about Los Angeles area traffic. It is a tired cliche to say that it is a tired cliche to complain about Los Angeles traffic. We know this. We live here. We have conversations about freeway strategies.

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Hollywood Bowl Summer Series Goes Hipster

Hollywood Bowl Summer Series Goes Hipster

Polyphonic Spree. (Like this hasn’t entered your head too.) Obviously the Spree has the numbers by 3 to 1, but somehow the Fire seem like a scrappier bunch that would fight more fiercely.

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