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For the San Fernando Valley’s economic centers, post-Northridge quake recovery has been 25 years in the making

Some effects of the Northridge earthquake have endured longer than others. A quarter-century later, several buildings that were damaged by the magnitude 6.7 temblor that rocked the region just before dawn on Jan. 17, 1994 are still vacant. But local officials say that while recovery in some San Fernando Valley areas has been slow, things are starting to turn around — such as in Panorama City and along Laurel Canyon Boulevard in North Hollywood. Meanwhile, such areas as Lankershim Boulevard have ...
Tags: Hollywood, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Fema, Panorama, Times, Local News, Lapd, Sears, Los Angeles City Council, Wells Fargo, Northridge, Jcpenney, Macy


Arvidsson, Forsberg and Subban Dazzling in Returns

The Nashville Predators have been on a roll of late with five wins in their last seven games with their only losses occurring in overtime. Before that, however, it was a different story as they lost six in a row, including four against non-playoff teams. The biggest reason for their turnaround has been a return to health, especially by key players as Viktor Arvidsson, Filip Forsberg and P.K. Subban all missed extended periods of time between November and January. Arvidsson has had two injury abs...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Ap, Nashville, Hockey, San Jose Sharks, Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, Pdo, Kim Klement, Toronto Maple Leafs, Blackhawks, Nashville Predators, P.K. Subban, Irwin, Subban


Notre Dame, Simi Valley, Birmingham boys soccer win holiday tournaments

NEWHALL >> Notre Dame defender Matthew McGonigle had a score to settle with Hart High’s boys soccer team. His was being outplayed, and the tension was even greater between two teams that played less like common opponents and more like bitter rivals. Eight yellow cards were issued, but it was Notre Dame which kept its composure in the end to defeat Hart 4-1 and avenge a loss to the Indians on the same field three weeks ago. Darwin Quintanilla rips and scores a beauty from 15 yards out. Notre Dam...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Bentley, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Coutinho, Hart, Burroughs, Irwin, San Fernando Valley, Holy Cross, West Valley League, Crespi, Newhall


Stars Blank Predators – Khudobin Stops 49

NASHVILLE — Anton Khudobin made a career-high 49 saves to lead the Dallas Stars to a 2-0 victory over the slumping Nashville Predators on Thursday night. Tyler Pitlick and Mattias Janmark scored for Dallas, which has won two of three. Pekka Rinne stopped 28 shots for the Predators, who have lost five straight. Khudobin posted his first shutout of the season and seventh of his career. He was tested often, with his best save coming with six minutes remaining when he denied Ryan Johansen’s slap sho...
Tags: Sport, Dallas, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, New York Rangers, Dallas Stars, Nashville Predators, Rinne, Irwin, Anton Khudobin, Subban, Pekka Rinne, Ryan Johansen, Mattias Janmark, Khudobin


The Hair-Color Trends London Girls Can't Get Enough Of For 2019

Is it just us, or have hair-color trends reached a fever pitch over the past year? From winter white and red velvet to Lady Gaga going lilac just this week, people — famous and otherwise — are branching out like never before.It's not just the trends that have changed — it's also the advancement of aftercare systems like Wellaplex and Olaplex that have opened up a whole new world of possibilities in hair color. So what's next? We asked London-based color-trends forecaster Zoë Irwin and technical...
Tags: Fashion, Music, UK, London, America, Lady Gaga, Zara, Irwin, Eaton, Wella, Robert Eaton, Hair Color Trends London Girls Can, Wellaplex, Zoë Irwin, Koleston Perfect Wella


Predators Prowl: Unwrapping a Four-Game Losing Streak

The Predators Prowl is a weekly post on how the Nashville Predators performed the previous week. Generally published on Tuesdays, Predators Prowl isn’t a recap of games, but rather a look at the themes, news and rumors that occurred throughout the week. Let me know in the comments below your thoughts on how the team performed this week, your views on the week’s themes and any other ideas or questions you have about the team. Related: Last Week’s Predators Prowl Due to Christmas being on Tuesday,...
Tags: Washington, Milwaukee, Sport, Corsica, AHL, Hockey, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, Boston Bruins, Flyers, Bruins, Brad Marchand, Central Division, Blackhawks, Nashville Predators


Seve Ballesteros and Jon Rahm: An irresistible cocktail

Combining the eternal appeal of Seve Ballesteros with the star power of Ryder Cup hero Jon Rahm has drawn more than 600 children to participate in the ‘Seve & Jon Golf for Kids’ programme in Spain.While the youngsters know all about Seve through watching his videos and hearing the stories of his feats, they were keen to get to know Rahm and played golf with their hero at Meaztegi Golf, a Seve-designed public golf course in O...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Ian Poulter, Golf, European Tour, Javier Ballesteros, Santander, Seve Ballesteros, Bilbao, Jon, St Andrews, Irwin, Taylormade, Rahm, Shaun Micheel, Seve


Student becomes first UAA deaf commencement speaker

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A student has become the first deaf commencement speaker at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Anchorage television station KTUU reports Katie Irwin addressed the UAA graduating crowd Sunday. Irwin, who has been deaf since birth, used sign language for her speech, with a translator repeating it out loud. Irwin says she […]
Tags: News, Ap, Irwin, UAA, Anchorage Alaska, KTUU, Nation & World, University of Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, Katie Irwin


Irwin Hollander, Master Lithographer Who Revived Fine Art, Dies at 90

Mr. Hollander persuaded Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell and other Abstract Expressionists to try their hands at lithography at his Manhattan workshop. Their proofs became some of his best work.
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Irwin, Hollander, Deaths (Obituaries, Irwin Hollander, Willem de Kooning Robert Motherwell, Printing and Allied Trades


Toronto FC trades GK Clint Irwin to Colorado Rapids for 2019 draft pick

Toronto FC goalkeeper Clint Irwin has been traded back to the Colorado Rapids. Toronto FC sent backup goalkeeper Clint Irwin to the Colorado Rapids on Friday for a second-round pick (39th overall) in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. Toronto had announced in November it was not exercising its contract option on the 29-year-old Irwin. The goalie joined Toronto from Colorado in a January 2016 trade. He lost his starting job to Alex Bono. With a salary of $221,300 last season, he became expendable. Meanwhil...
Tags: Colorado, Football, Toronto, Sport, Story, Transfers, Major League Soccer, Toronto FC, Colorado Rapids, Philadelphia Union, Irwin, Clint Irwin, Alex Bono, Sergio Santos, GK Clint Irwin, Colorado Rapids Toronto FC


Move Over Windows Vista, ‘The Net 2.0’ is the Worst System Update of the Millennium

(Welcome to DTV Descent, a series that explores the weird and wild world of direct-to-video sequels to theatrically released movies. In this edition, we visit the dark web for a peek behind the digital curtain in search of the sequel to the Sandra Bullock hit The Net!) Everyone knows the interweb is a scary place, but some of us are old enough to remember a time when the promise of an online wealth of information sounded like a good thing. Hollywood was even quicker than the real world in dissu...
Tags: Hollywood, Hope, Movies, Turkey, Features, Thriller, Sequels, Sandra Bullock, Charles, Istanbul, David Fincher, Matt Murphy, The Net, Ron Jeremy, Sheen, Don


Lowes Black Friday Deals for 2018 – Artificial Christmas Trees as low as $59 & more!

Lowe’s Black Friday Deals for 2018  ad it out!  They will be open starting at 6am on Black Friday. However online shopping should start on Thanksgiving. Quantities are Limited.  Check with your local store for store hours and details. They are offering free parcel shipping with MyLowe’s. Prices are valid from Thurs 11/22 – 11/28 unless otherwise noted. Check out the 2018 Lowe’s Black Friday Ad Preview, Deals and Store Hours! You can see the full here. Don’t forget to check out our Black Fr...
Tags: Black Friday, Ge, Christmas, Samsung, Black Friday Ads, Dremel, Lg, Dyson, Frugality, Whirlpool, Hitachi, Bosch, Tool, Bella, Frigidaire, Lowe


Netflix Unveils Teaser and Release Date for Australian Series Tidelands

Netflix unveils teaser and release date for Australian series Tidelands Netflix has announced a December 14 global release date and a teaser for the Australian series Tidelands. This marks the streaming service’s first original Australian production, a supernatural story told over eight parts, created by Stephen M. Irwin (Secrets & Lies). You can check out the teaser below! The series stars Charlotte Best (Puberty Blues) as a young woman who returns home to her tiny fishing village of Orphel...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Wolverine, Cal, Irwin, Bocas, Elsa Pataky, Augie, Peter O'Brien, Stephen M Irwin, Madeleine Madden, Tidelands, Charlotte Best Puberty Blues, Orphelin Bay


Crikey! Irwin family continue Steve’s legacy with new show

Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin say they feel "blessed" to continue the late Steve Irwin's work, and discuss how often they use his trademark word "crikey!" (Oct. 23)            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Steve, Robert Irwin, Irwin, Steve Irwin, Terri Bindi


The Library of Congress’s Collection of Early Films

National Screening Room, a project by the Library of Congress, is a collection of early films (from the late 19th to most of the 20th century), digitized by the LOC for public use and perusal. Sadly, it’s not made clear which of the films are clearly in the public domain, and so free to remix and reuse, but it’s still fun to browse the collection for a look at cultural and cinematic history. There’s a bunch of early Thomas Edison kinetoscopes, including this kiss between actors May Irwin and Jo...
Tags: San Francisco, Library Of Congress, Thomas Edison, Irwin, Tim Carmody, Congress 's Collection of Early Films, John C Rice, Electric League of Pittsburgh, All American News


Last Stop on Herald Schechter's 'Mad Sculptor' True Crime Blog Tour

( Note: CLEWS is pleased to dust the curtains 'round here and present the latest true crime title from our reigning master of true crime, Harold Schechter, who returns us to the trove of shocking murder stories from New York for his tenth contribution to our favorite genre. Enjoy what is sure to be a bestseller and another feather in the cap of the master.)       Title: The Mad Sculptor: The Maniac, The Model, and the Murder that Shook The Nation Author: Harold Schechter Release Date: Februar...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Law, Blogging, Personal, Manhattan, Buffalo, Harold, Irwin, State University of New York, Al Capone, Laura James, Book News & Reviews, CLEWS, Herald Schechter, Harold Schechter


FHA Commissioner Montgomery to Deliver NRMLA Keynote Address

Federal Housing Administration commissioner Brian Montgomery will serve as the keynote speaker at the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Expo later this month, NRMLA has announced. The meeting will take place October 28-30 in San Diego, and NRMLA expects between 450 and 500 attendees. Montgomery is scheduled to address attendees at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 30. FHA Deputy Assistant Secretary for Single Family Housing, Gisele Roget, will also be in attenda...
Tags: News, Finance, San Diego, Hud, Montgomery, Bell, FHA, Irwin, National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, Federal Housing Administration, Brian Montgomery, Peter Bell, HECM, Reverse Mortgage, NRMLA, Single Family Housing Gisele Roget


Former Dreamworld safety officers to sue for trauma over ride tragedy

Ex-staff to seek compensation for horrific scenes they witnessed when they responded to malfunction that killed four peopleThe panicked voice saying there was a “raft in the conveyor” of the Thunder River Rapids ride was Dreamworld employee Nigel Irwin’s first indication something disastrous had happened at the theme park.On Tuesday Irwin told the inquest into the deaths of four people on the ride he was manning the Gold Coast park’s communication hub on 25 October, 2016 when he received a call ...
Tags: Australia news, Queensland, Gold Coast, Irwin, Dreamworld, Thunder River Rapids, Nigel Irwin


Review: Wrestling With a Master in ‘On Beckett’

Bill Irwin blurs the lines between clown and dramatic actor in an insightful anatomy of the works of Samuel Beckett.
Tags: News, Theater, Bill, Samuel, Beckett, Irwin, Bill Irwin, Irish Repertory Theater, On Beckett (Play


Domestic Dispatches: Minimalism Is Overrated

In her monthly column for the Wall Street Journal, Gardenista editor Michelle tackles matters in interiors (even when her take is controversial). In this case, she suggests—dare we say it—embracing a little clutter. Hear her out (and see the original via the Wall Street Journal). Above: The Alvar Aalto lookalike stools referenced by the author. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Small-Space Living: An Airy Studio Apartment in a Garage. I am a recovering minimalist. Like a lot of people se...
Tags: Books, New York, Texas, Matthew Williams, California, La, Ikea, Everlane, Minimal, Minimalist, Expert Advice, Michelle, Irwin, Portland OR, Alvar Aalto, Knox College


The Design Skeptic: Minimalism Is Overrated

In her monthly column for the Wall Street Journal, Gardenista editor Michelle tackles matters in interiors (even when her take is controversial). In this case, she suggests—dare we say it—embracing a little clutter. Hear her out (and see the original via the Wall Street Journal). Above: The Alvar Aalto lookalike stools referenced by the author. Photograph by Matthew Williams from Small-Space Living: An Airy Studio Apartment in a Garage. I am a recovering minimalist. Like a lot of people se...
Tags: Books, New York, Texas, Matthew Williams, California, La, Ikea, Everlane, Minimal, Minimalist, Expert Advice, Michelle, Irwin, Portland OR, Alvar Aalto, Knox College


Seeley wins Supersport race at Silverstone with Irwin second in Superbikes

Alastair Seeley wins the first Supersport race at Silverstone while Josh Elliott enjoys a Superstock 1000cc success and Glenn Irwin is second in Superbikes.
Tags: News, SilverStone, Josh Elliott, Irwin, Seeley, Alastair Seeley, Glenn Irwin


Revealed: immigration rules in UK more than double in length

Exclusive: ‘Something of a disgrace,’ says senior judge of visa system so complex it is nearly impossible to navigateHome Office officials have made more than 5,700 changes to the immigration rules since 2010, a Guardian analysis has revealed, making the visa system nearly impossible to navigate, according to senior judges and lawyers.The rules have more than doubled in length to almost 375,000 words, resulting in a complex system which “something of a disgrace” by Lord Justice Irwin and promp...
Tags: Politics, UK, Law, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Theresa May, Sajid Javid, Legal aid, Amber Rudd, Irwin, Windrush scandal


Bernhard Langer defying age at nearly 61, still the player to beat in Boeing Classic

Bernhard Langer is eight Champions Tour wins from tying Hale Irwin for the career most with 45. Can Langer catch Irwin? Don't rule it out.
Tags: News, Golf, Boeing, Don, Irwin, Langer, Bernhard Langer, Hale Irwin


LendingTree Explores ‘Smart and Safe’ Uses for Reverse Mortgages

Online mortgage broker LendingTree took a deep dive into reverse mortgages this week, touting the potential benefits of the products but also describing Home Equity Conversion Mortgages as a “last resort.” The company quoted both industry leaders — including National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association executive vice president Steve Irwin and American College of Financial Services professor Jamie Hopkins — who offered a supportive, if measured, take on the use of reverse mortgages in retirement...
Tags: News, Finance, Lendingtree, Hopkins, Irwin, Steve Irwin, National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, Schoen, HECM, Reverse Mortgage, Jamie Hopkins, NRMLA, American College of Financial Services, Julie Schoen


Radio: Rock en Español returns after a 20-year radio journey from Riverside to Santa Monica

Entravision has brought back La Super Estrella, a Spanish rock and pop format that was last found locally on the 107.1 FM simulcast stations KSSE/Arcadia, KSSD/Fallbrook and KSSC/Ventura until a format change in December of 2016. This time it’s on KDLD/Santa Monica and KDLE/Newport Beach, a simulcast at 103.1 FM which actually takes the format almost back to its roots. The format originally began on KVAR/Riverside (now KLYY, 97.5 FM) in 1997, but was simulcast on then-KACD at 103.1 in 2001 befor...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Alt, Soccer, Santa Monica, Riverside, Irwin, KFI, Español, Richard Irwin, ReelRadio, KACD, KLYY, Entravision, KSSE Arcadia KSSD Fallbrook, KSSC Ventura


Reverse Mortgage Players Suggest Back-End Fixes to FHA’s Systems

Earlier this month, new Federal Housing Administration commissioner Brian Montgomery laid the blame for troubles in the reverse mortgage industry on back-end issues at his own department. The new commissioner, confirmed in May, inherited a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage program that caused a $14.5 billion drag on the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMIF), according to the most recent analysis. Department of Housing and Urban Development officials explicitly cited those numbers when discussing t...
Tags: News, Congress, Finance, Hud, Senate Appropriations Committee, Montgomery, Hill, FHA, Urban Institute, MCA, Irwin, Steve Irwin, Mayer, Federal Housing Administration, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Brian Montgomery


BSB: Irwin up to third in standings after two podiums

Glenn Irwin has moves up to third in the British Superbike standings after a double podium at Brands Hatch
Tags: News, Irwin, BSB, Glenn Irwin


Irwin's, a Middle Eastern bar-restaurant, opens high above South Philly at Bok

The Middle Eastern-inspired menu is from chef Paul Garberson (ex-Fitler Dining Room).
Tags: Incidents, Irwin, South Philly, Middle Eastern bar, Paul Garberson


United States: New California Statute Shields Victims/Employers From Defamation Claims - Proskauer Rose LLP

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill 2770 (Assembly Member Irwin; D-Thousand Oaks), an act to amend Section 47 of the Civil Code. The bill should protect both sexual harassment victims and employers
Tags: News, California, United States, Jerry Brown, Irwin, Assembly Bill 2770 Assembly