Author Archives: Sue

The  “Love Song” of Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods, 48, will host and play in the Genesis Invitational at the Riviera Country Club this coming week. It will be his first tournament in 2024. The Genesis is a limited field for top performers, and Woods will be … Continue reading

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Obsessed Provides Perfect Valentine Gifts

Amy Russo and Michelle Good’s jewelry store, Obsessed, located on Sunset, near Wells Fargo and next to Naturella Beauty Center has some unique items that will make perfect Valentine gifts. The store, which has been at this location for two … Continue reading

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Supervisor Horvath Opposes Camping Ban Motion

Supervisor Lindsey Horvath casts a vote on February 7 against L.A. County supporting the city of Grants Pass, Oregon, in its U.S. Supreme Court appeal. Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Janice Hahn introduced a motion to back the appeal that challenged … Continue reading

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Plan to Go to Genesis Invitational February 15 to 18

The Genesis Invitational, hosted by Tiger Woods, will open its doors to the public at the Riviera Country Club Thursday, February 15 to Sunday, February 18. A collegiate showcase will be held February 12, with the winning collegiate player gaining … Continue reading

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DUI’s Are Not an Accident: They Are Preventable

Any person who drinks and drives is responsible for the havoc/property loss/ and possible deaths that might result from that action. CTN has been following the trial of Rebecca Grossman, whose lawyers on Friday sought to dismiss murder charges against … Continue reading

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Advocacy Group for Safer Streets Endorses DUI-Charged Council Candidate

(Editor’s note: When looking at ballot measures, it is sometime helpful to see who is supporting the measure. In the case of Measure HLA, it is supported by StreetsForALL. That makes the SFA’s  choice of a candidate puzzling. The story … Continue reading

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Canyon School Upgrade/Classroom Replacement Underway

The Canyon Elementary School, built in 1894, is one of the oldest elementary schools in Los Angeles. The original and historic one-room schoolhouse, which is still on campus, serves as a library. Now that campus will undergo construction, which will … Continue reading

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Charmel Lane Home Invasion Suspect Arrested

  Palisades Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin reported on a successful criminal capture. A suspect entered a Charmel Lane residence through an unlocked patio rear door around 7:30 p.m. on February 2. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim … Continue reading

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No on HLA: Save City Services

Yesterday, CTN printed in musings that voting “No” on HLA was important in saving City Services. A reader wrote, “Wait, I’m confused. Why would you want to vote no on HLA?” Most people read the measure’s headline “Healthy Streets LA” … Continue reading

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An Act of Kindness Appreciated

A reader wrote on February 6, that “I just wanted to share a story of kindness that just occurred.” She said that U.S. Postal Service imagery showed that her new driver’s license was supposed to be in Monday’s mail. “Our … Continue reading

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