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Cornbread Stuffing Ice Cream Is Here, Dessert People

What to Know Five Thanksgiving-flavored ice creams Through November 2018 Arts District, Venice, Larchmont, more shop locations What you do while standing before your open refrigerator, somewhere around 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving night, is, of course, between you and the keep-it-cool appliance. If you want to throw some leftover canned cranberry on some yogurt, cool. […]

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Retired Oncologist Killed in Woolsey Fire

The deadly and destructive Woolsey Fire has scorched thousands of acres, destroyed more than 1,500 structures and killed three people so far. The family of one of its victims — Alfred De Ciutiis — believes the 73-year-old died trying to escape the flames. Known as “Doctor D,” the retired oncologist lived in his Agoura Hills […]

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Car Crash Sparks Fire in Glendora Area

A car crashed on San Gabriel Road Monday evening, sparking a fire in the Glendora area on Monday evening.  Around 5:20 p.m., a car crashed, tumbling about 100 feet down off the roadway, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.  About 2 acres have burned so far.  This is a developing story. Refresh for […]

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Nyuk All About It: Three Stooges Fest

What to Know Saturday, Nov. 24 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. $17 general seating A lot of the guffaws, chortles, and howls that happen on Thanksgiving? They don’t necessarily arise from jokes told at the dinner table or warm anecdotes that everyone has heard a dozen times before (though, by all means, tell those anecdotes, […]

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Are Airports’ Luggage Scales Accurate?

If you are one of those people who thinks baggage fees for flights have gotten outrageous, brace yourself: an overweight bag could cost you the price of an airline ticket itself on many airlines.  As the holiday travel season gets underway, NBC4’s I-Team looked into whether airport’s luggage scales are accurate.  Airlines restrict the weight of a […]

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Wow Over Old Sacramento’s Sparkliest Season

SPYING A SOURCE OF ILLUMINATION… while sauntering through Old Sacramento after sundown? You just might expect to see a gaslamp or something flickering, wick-style, inside a lantern. For the historic district does a delightful job in hewing well to its old-timey ways, even as modern lights lend further glow each evening. But the lights get […]

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Things to Do This Week: Turkey Trot Time

Turkey Trots: If it has been a full year since you dressed up as a pecan pie or gravy boat and trotted in a Thanksgiving morning run or walk, well… That makes sense. For Turkey Trots only come around but once a calendar, and they’re gobble-gobble-ing back into several Southern California spots, with fundraising and […]

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