At least 85 wildfires torch 1.5m acres across drought-hit US west
At least 85 active wildfires have torched roughly 1.5m acres across 13 US states, mostly in the west, where the parched landscape has fueled the fast-moving flames and caused extreme fire behavior that has proved difficult to contain.
How I Stopped Caring and Embraced My Love of Sublime
I went to a Mets game recently with my good friend Amy Rose.
We met up outside a bodega in Clinton Hill to take the G to the 7 train to the stadium.
BLT Enterprises Founder Bernard HubermanBernard Huberman Dead at 65
BLT Enterprises founder Bernard Huberman, whose company now has a property portfolio of more than 3 million square feet, died July 10 at 65.
Huberman founded the Santa Monica-based company in 1984.
DeMar DeRozan says it would be a 'great opportunity' to play for hometown Lakers
Almost all professional athletes envision playing for their hometown team at some point during their careers.
Simulator Helps Robots Sharpen Their Cutting Skills
A new robotic cutting simulator developed by researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) and NVIDIA replicates the forces acting on a knife slicing through foods.
People Are Reevaluating Their Work Wardrobes as They Return to Office Life | Washingtonian (DC)
Jessica Lee started a new consulting job during the pandemic.
Rain creeps into Southern California with surprise late-July showers: 'This is unusual'
A storm system moved into Southern California on Monday, bringing with it the chance of thunderstorms and flash floods across large swaths of the region.
'Sublime' at 25: Remembering Bradley Nowell and the SoCal band's massive hit album
On July 30, 1996, Sublime released its self-titled mainstream debut on MCA Records.
Although the Long Beach band had already put out two independent albums prior to this one, "Sublime" was different.
A Son of Tokyo Wins Skateboarding's First Gold
Yuto Horigome won gold in the men's street competition only eight miles from where he grew up, and after Nyjah Huston fell four times in a row.
'Dating Game Killer' dies in California while awaiting execution
A prolific murderer who became known as " the Dating Game Killer " died on Saturday while awaiting execution in California, authorities said.
Rodney James Alcala was 77.