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Five Reasons You Should Get a Colonoscopy | Los Angeles Colonoscopy Help

January 7, 2013

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Web Design Los Angeles | Internet Marketing Los Angeles | Website Growth

January 6, 2013

Web Design Los Angeles | Internet Marketing Los Angeles | Website Growth : WebsiteGrowth.com group of experts takes care of every factor of your project, from start to finish. Theyve worked with hundreds of clients, such as corporations, person professionals, nonprofit groups, companies of all size, government contacts, IT firms and advertising agencies. They have also developed a high tech, high security company that allows them to work on federal government and business projects. From WebsiteGrowth.com, they believe that a quality product will emerge when you combine the client’s brilliant ideas, the creativity of their creative designers and expertise of their development team.

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Web Design Los Angeles | Internet Marketing Los Angeles | Website Growth

January 6, 2013

Web Design Los Angeles | Internet Marketing Los Angeles | Website Growth : WebsiteGrowth.com group of experts takes care of every factor of your project, from start to finish. Theyve worked with hundreds of clients, such as corporations, person professionals, nonprofit groups, companies of all size, government contacts, IT firms and advertising agencies. They have also developed a high tech, high security company that allows them to work on federal government and business projects. From WebsiteGrowth.com, they believe that a quality product will emerge when you combine the client’s brilliant ideas, the creativity of their creative designers and expertise of their development team.

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Website Developer Beverly Hills| Web Design 90210 – Prague Examiner – News and Information, Czech Republic

December 5, 2012

Website Developer Beverly Hills| Web Design 90210 – Prague Examiner – News and Information, Czech Republic : To achieve this objective, Website Growth.com’s comprises its web development team of both expert web designers and web developers, and savvy marketers, SEO writers and copyrighters who recognize all aspects of your business. This team is a team of ingenious professionals who comprehend your business’s most complex qualities, but display them simply and aesthetically in a website. We work incessantly to supply you with the best, most comprehensive website for your company, while making this process stress-free for you.

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Website Developer Beverly Hills| Web Design 90210 – For Press Release – Online Press Release Distribution Service

December 5, 2012

Website Developer Beverly Hills| Web Design 90210 – For Press Release – Online Press Release Distribution Service : All of these services our websites offer increase your website’s web visibility, process efficiency, and workforce productivity and ROI. You’re operational and maintenance costs will reduce too. Most importantly, your client satisfaction will skyrocket. Our website designs are leading edge and current. Our designs immediately attract your customers and retain their business. We are experts in creating and conveying a clear, advanced and compelling design for your business. Contact WebsiteGrowth.com for the best web design services in Los Angeles. Visit http://www.websitegrowth.com/ , or email info@websitegrowth.com, or call (866) 543-5885. Also visit our Facebook Page, our Yelp Page or our Blog.

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Mad Men Jewelry- Van Cleef & Arpels Pearl Earrings

March 29, 2012
Mad Men Jewelry- Van Cleef & Arpels Pearl Earrings

Ever since its debut episode way back in July 2007, AMC’s Mad Men has been giving viewers a vivid, high-drama glimpse into 1960s culture , sexuality and style. From Season 1 Episode 1 all the way through Sunday’s Season 5 premier, we’ve been enthralled with all things Mad Men . In honor of the new season, here’s a quick overview of the gorgeous jewelry the women of Mad Men have worn over the last five seasons. Source: AMC Joan Harris, Sterling Cooper’s confident, feisty office manager, is the epitome of 1960s mod chic. Every time Christina Hendricks walks onto the screen, we’re blown away by her jewelry: gem-studded brooches , intricate diamond and pearl earrings , and her signature gold pen necklace all reflect Joan’s undeniable confidence. Source: AMC And with the brooch coming back into vogue at Red Carpet events and beyond, Joan Harris’ style has never been more modern. Source: AMC And then there’s Betty Francis (Draper), Don Draper’s ex-wife and mother of three whose style still reflects her former calling as a model. Actress January Jones always looks vogue and sophisticated in her strand of pearls and oversized diamond stud earrings . Source: AMC Don Draper’s secretary, Peggy Olson, played by Elisabeth Moss, doesn’t take as many jewelry chances as Betty or Joan, but her classic feminine style is still worth mentioning. Like the other Mad Men women, Peggy looks current and chic in pearls and intricate drop earrings . Source: AMC Just take it from Joan Harris, Betty Francis, or Peggy Olson — nothing says 1960s quite like a pair of sophisticated, ultra-feminine pearl earrings. Let Diamond & Estate Trust help you capture this Mad Men signature jewelry look just in time for Season 5. These romantic South Sea pearl earrings from renowned designer Van Cleef & Arpels are as stunning today as they were decades ago. In these earrings from our collection , diamonds of various cuts form delicate petals around show-stopping South Sea Pearls , gems highly coveted for their magnificent size and soft luster. With two large, exquisitely matched pearls on each earring, this pair makes a quintessential vintage style statement. Still in their original box, these Van Cleef & Arpels earrings boast a timeless design aesthetic that accents the beauty of these exceptional pearls and diamonds. When you wear these vintage pearl earrings, you will embody the feminine flair of Joan Harris, Betty Francis, and Peggy Olson. And with Mad Men Season 5 just getting heated up, 1960s jewelry will continue to make a chic comeback among A-List celebrities and other fashion icons. For those of you who can’t wait until Sunday for your next Mad Men fix, here’s a sneak peak of what’s in store for the rest of Season 5! Diamond & Estate Trust is Southern California’s premier vintage jewelry buyer and seller. With an exquisite collection of estate pieces including brooches , necklaces , bracelets , watches and rings , Diamond & Estate Trust can help you find your inner vintage vogue. And for the client looking for a truly unique piece, our experts can create a custom piece using one of our exemplary loose diamonds or gems . Go here to see the original: Mad Men Jewelry- Van Cleef & Arpels Pearl Earrings

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Opening Statements Made in Hubbard Trial

January 12, 2012

Opening statements were made Wednesday in the trial of former Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Jeffrey Hubbard, who is facing three felony misappropriation of public funds charges. Two of the charges stem from Hubbard’s time supervising former BHUSD facilities director Karen Christiansen. She was sentenced last week to four years and four months in prison after being found guilty in November of four felony conflict of interest counts. Hubbard allegedly approved two payments of $10,000 and a $500 car allowance raise for Christiansen without school board consent. He also was charged with authorizing a pay increase to former BHUSD employee Nora Roque in May 2005 without the board’s approval.   Superintendent of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District since July 2006, Hubbard has pleaded not guilty to all three charges.   Deputy District Attorney Max Huntsman said Wednesday in his opening statement that the evidence would show that the BHUSD board never authorized the three pay increases.  “She had a contract that was very specific what her benefits were,” Huntsman said. Christiansen’s contract offered a $150 monthly car allowance, he noted, and any changes to the contract were supposed to be made in writing.  Defense attorney Salvatore P. Ciulla said “there was no intent to deceive or be discreet,” and urged the Los Angeles Superior Court jury to “keep an open mind” in the case against his client. Huntsman also told jurors that Hubbard and Christiansen exchanged “flirtatious” messages when they worked together, referring to dozens of emails published last year by  The Orange County Register that suggested an intimate relationship between the two. Ciulla acknowledged that some of the emails the onetime colleagues exchanged were “not very professional,” while reiterating that “there was no intimate relationship between the two.” Hubbard would lose his teaching and administrative credentials—and hence his job at NMUSD—if he is found guilty, the  Daily Pilot  reported Dec. 31. “I am hopeful for a similar outcome with the Hubbard trial as we saw in the Christiansen matter…a conviction on any of the counts will ensure that Hubbard will never be able to take advantage of another district again,” said BHUSD board President Brian Goldberg, who joined the board after Hubbard was hired. “This is a very sad chapter for our district and I hope it will serve as a lesson to future boards about what can happen when board members do not exercise their fiduciary responsibilities to provide oversight of those entrusted with public funds.” This story was compiled with information from City News Service.  Be sure to follow  Beverly Hills  Patch on  Twitter  and “Like” us on  Facebook . Continue reading here: Opening Statements Made in Hubbard Trial

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Propofol Expert To Blame Jackson For Administering Lethal Dose

October 28, 2011

LOS ANGELES — Jurors hearing the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson’s doctor will hear an alternate version Friday of what may have occurred in the singer’s bedroom in the hours before his death. Dr. Paul White, an expert in the anesthetic propofol, will finally lay out his rationale for the defense theory that Jackson somehow gave himself a fatal dose of the drug when his doctor left the room. White’s testimony will likely be vigorously challenged by prosecutors, who spent four weeks laying out their case that Dr. Conrad Murray is a greedy, inept and reckless doctor who was giving Jackson propofol as a sleep aid. But cross-examination of White will be delayed until Monday to give prosecutors more time to review a new analysis prepared by the defense based on recently-conducted tests on samples taken during Jackson’s autopsy. “This is the entire crux of the defense case,” Deputy District Attorney David Walgren said in arguing for a delay. The judge hearing the case, which ends its fifth week on Friday, reluctantly agreed to delay the cross examination and said he is concerned about losing jurors. Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor however noted that the panel of has remained rapt throughout the trial. “Every single member of that jury and all the alternates are paying extraordinary attention to every witness,” Pastor said. Murray has pleaded not guilty. White’s opinions will challenge those of the prosecution’s main expert, Dr. Steven Shafer, who testified that the only scenario he believes explains Jackson’s death is that Murray placed Jackson on an IV drip and left the room after he thought the singer was sleeping peacefully. Murray told police he left Jackson’s bedside, but claims he only gave the singer a small dose of propofol the morning of Jackson’s death. He said he left the room and returned after two minutes to find the pop superstar unresponsive. Murray’s defense attorneys have repeatedly claimed that Jackson somehow gave himself the fatal dose, but it will be up to White to explain how that would be possible. Defense attorney J. Michael Flanagan said that the new models White will show jurors on Friday will offer different simulations about the drugs propofol and sedative lorazepam. They are based on a new computer program and updated test results. Flanagan did not reveal what conclusions White drew from the new models, or whether they would change his testimony. White is a retired researcher and professor who performed clinical studies of propofol for years before it was approved for usage by the Food and Drug Administration in 1989. He said he was initially reluctant to become involved in the case, but after reading through more than a dozen expert reports, he couldn’t figure out how others came to the conclusion that Murray would have had to leave Jackson on a propofol IV drip for the singer to have died with the anesthetic still coursing through his body. He said the others’ theories didn’t make sense based on Murray’s statement to police. “I thought that there were questions if in fact Murray had administered the drugs that he described in his conversations with the police department in the doses he described, I would not have expected Michael Jackson to have died,” White said. He continued to work on the case after meeting with Murray, although White was not allowed to testify about his conversations with the Houston-based cardiologist. Flanagan early in White’s testimony on Thursday asked the doctor to address “the elephant in the room” – whether he could justify Murray’s actions if he left Jackson hooked to a propofol IV and then left the room. “Absolutely not,” White replied. ___ AP Special Correspondent Linda Deutsch contributed to this report. ___ McCartney can be reached at http://twitter.com/mccartneyAP The rest is here: Propofol Expert To Blame Jackson For Administering Lethal Dose

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Baseball Prospect Claimed He Was Just 16 to Get $1M Bonus

October 28, 2011
Baseball Prospect Claimed He Was Just 16 to Get $1M Bonus

Now the team is stuck with a 22-year-old, .169 hitter, reports Baseball America. Photo Credit: San Diego Padres Read the original: Baseball Prospect Claimed He Was Just 16 to Get $1M Bonus

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Are You ‘In Cahoots With Al-Qaida?’

October 28, 2011

LOS ANGELES — The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday, claiming the law enforcement agency is harassing news photographers and other people who take pictures in public places. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, charges that sheriff’s deputies have harassed several photographers over the past two years. It states deputies have stopped people, frisked them and in some cases threatened to arrest them for taking photos near subways, courthouses and other public places. It names as defendants Los Angeles County, the Sheriff’s Department and several individual sheriff’s deputies. The action was brought on behalf of three photographers, one of them a reporter for the Long Beach Post news site who said authorities indicated they became suspicious when they saw him taking photos near a courthouse. Another of the plaintiffs said sheriff’s deputies asked whether he planned to sell his photos to the terrorist group al-Qaida. Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said public safety requires that deputies question people who might be engaging in suspicious activity, but that it’s important they do it respectfully. “Obviously we have to ask questions. There are security issues that are always at large,” Whitmore said. He added that doesn’t mean his department believes the lawsuit, brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, has merit. “Lawsuits only tell one side of the story,” he said. “We look forward to telling the whole story.” The Long Beach Post photographer, Greggory Moore, said he was on a public sidewalk taking photos of passing cars for a story on Distracted Driving Awareness Month when eight deputies surrounded him. He said he was frisked and asked what he was doing. Moore said authorities told him later that his taking photos across the street from a courthouse signaled a possible terrorist threat, which was why he was stopped and searched. Photographer Shawn Nee said he was on his way home when he exited a subway station in Hollywood and decided to stop to photograph the new turnstiles there. He said a sheriff’s deputy asked him if he was “in cahoots with al-Qaida” before searching him. He said the deputy also threatened to arrest him when he wouldn’t identify himself or say what the photos were for. Mickey H. Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, said such instances of photographers being stopped, questioned and searched is becoming more common, not only in Los Angeles but across the country. He added that security shouldn’t be routinely used as a “pretext” to stifle free expression rights. “Photography is not a crime. It’s protected First Amendment expression,” said Peter Bibring, senior staff attorney at the ACLU of Southern California. “Sheriff’s deputies violate the Constitution’s core protections when they detain and search people who are doing nothing wrong. To single them out for such treatment while they’re pursuing a constitutionally protected activity is doubly wrong.” The lawsuit asks that the court declare the actions of the Sheriff’s Department unconstitutional. It also seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages. More: Are You ‘In Cahoots With Al-Qaida?’

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