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Call up a Los Angeles City Council or Board of Supervisors office these days and you are likely to speak to someone called Adina, Adeena or Adena. It doesn't matter if you are calling the office of Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky (3rd District) or the council offices of Cindy Miscikowski...
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The Road to Wellness
The nexus of cancer and the entertainment industry couldn't have been more resonant than on April 16. It was the day that Hollywood was saddened by the death of "Spenser for Hire" star Robert Urich, who succumbed to a rare sarcoma at age 55. It was also the...