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Therefore, the employment of Terry L. Kinigstein, the Company's Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, ended as of that date. Mr. Kinigstein will continue to serve as a Director of the Company.
At a designated area behind Disneyland's Matterhorn, a heavy cloud of cigarette smoke filled the air. Men and women sitting on wooden benches with small kids running around puffed on cigarettes and dropped gray ashes onto a tray.
The label is flat-out Minimalist - just the name Saldo, nothing else - for an opulent California Zinfandel made by the Prisoner Wine Co. Dark ruby, with concentrated flavors of blackberries and dark cherries, a velvety texture and ripe tannins, the 2012 Saldo is big and bold but dialed back just enough to call it elegant.
Some ten years ago, Topanga resident Douglas Wood found himself in an intriguing environment: the Actors Fund Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills, where Wood's health care was centered. Being of an imaginative and curious nature, Mr. Wood looked around at the interesting group of residents living there and wondered about their life stories.
Houzz is the leading online platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish - online or from a mobile device. From decorating a room to building a custom home, Houzz connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the country and around the world.
One of the more interesting nuggets buried in a long, Hebrew-language interview with New York Times columnist David Brooks in the recent Ha'aretz magazine is the revelation, toward the very end, that Brooks's oldest son serves in the Israeli Defense Forces. "Brook's connection to Israel was always strong," the article reports .
WOODLAND HILLS >> Eric Doroski waved a “Drive Electric” sign Saturday while a stream of highly charged cars wheeled into El Camino Real Charter High School. The 17-year-old motorhead had not only persuaded his parents to buy a Tesla electric supercar.
But a new reports also claims the singer makes bad decisions when it comes to shopping, spending and spending to the point where he huge fortune is looking less and less huge these days. " Selena still owns a home in Woodland Hills, California, as well as the home her family lives in," an insider tells Life & Style.
A youngster walks to school across the railroad tracks at Broadway and Slauson as the early morning sun drenches the roadway at the beginning of another scorcher. A youngster walks to school across the railroad tracks at Broadway and Slauson as the early morning sun drenches the roadway at the beginning of another scorcher.
A heat wave has sent Californians to their air conditioners and driven up power usage to its highest peak of the year. The California Independent System Operator, which runs the state's electrical grid, says demand hit 45,090 megawatts Monday afternoon - beating a record for the year that was set on July 30. In this photo taken with a fisheye lens, beach goers cool off during the Southern California heat wave, Monday, Sept.
Temperatures skyrocketed again Sunday as the Southern California heat wave continued to intensify, and as cooling centers were opened for people without air conditioning. By 11 a.m., it was already 103 degrees at the Saugus weather station in Santa Clarita, one of several interior foothill and valley automated weather stations where the heat index was expected to hit 110.
The Southland heat wave is showing no signs of easing up, with three-to-five degree increases forecast for today, according to the National Weather Service. An upper-level ridge of high pressure will build over the area, resulting in an extended period of heat for the region, which combined with rising humidity and dry conditions will result in elevated fire danger and an increased risk of heat-related illnesses, according to the National Weather Service.