Friday, October 31, 2014

Halloween rain Southern California

a pacific Northwest rainstorm should arrive in Southern California on Friday afternoon, disrupting Halloween plans and setting the stage for dangerously slick road conditions.
The storm system is expected to bring rain, gusty winds, snow in the mountains and possible thunderstorms to the Southland as it moves down the California coastline, according to the National Weather Service.
Rainfall could reach as much as 1.5 inches along the Central Coast, with even higher amounts across northwestern San Luis Obispo County. Rainfall elsewhere is expected to be between a quarter-inch and three-quarters of an inch for most of the rest of the affected region.
National Weather Service specialist Stuart Seto said Los Angeles will be on the low end with only about a quarter-inch of rain. But even that amount is more than the area has had in months.
L.A. hasn't had a significant rainstorm since April 1, when one-tenth of an inch of rain was measured, Seto said.
Trick-or-treaters roaming the streets before sunset could see drizzle as early as 6 p.m., but the heaviest downpour won’t hit the area until closer to midnight, Seto said.
Most areas affected by the storm will receive between three and four hours of steady rain, according to the National Weather Service. And heavy downpours near the Colby burn area -- around foothill areas of Azusa and Glendora -- could cause minor mud and debris flows, forecasters warned.
“Everyone should be prepared to bundle up and have some kind of umbrella,” Seto said.
Since it hasn’t rained much in Southern California, the roads will be “extra slick due to months of oil buildup,” forecasters warned. Authorities were warning motorists to use extra caution on the roadways.
“Make sure you’re driving at safe speeds … and don’t drink and drive," CHP Southern Division spokesman Robert Meyer said.
Meanwhile, winds with gusts of up to 40 mph are expected to hit mountain regions, making travel on those roadways more challenging.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Julius Randle likely out for season

The Los Angeles Lakers expect Julius Randle to miss the rest of the season after the rookie forward underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a fractured tibia that he suffered in his first NBA game.
Randle, the Lakers' top draft choice and the seventh overall selection in June, suffered the injury in the fourth quarter Tuesday night in the Lakers' season-opening loss to theHouston Rockets at Staples Center.
The 19-year old drove to the basket, planted his right foot awkwardly and collapsed. Randle, a former Kentucky standout, remained on the court until he was carted off on a stretcher. He scored two points.
Randle's surgery was performed by Dr. Donald Wiss at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Lakers announced.
"I didn't get a whole lot of sleep just thinking about the young fella," Lakers coach Byron Scott said Wednesday before facing the Suns. "(I was) talking to him after the game, basically just holding him and listening to him cry and trying to console him as much as possible. It's a tough situation.
"(The) young man obviously has a promising future. We're going to miss him for a little while, but we have to regroup. We have to basically move on, as crazy as it sounds. We have to move on."
Randle is the second Lakers player in as many weeks to be ruled out for the season because of health issues. Last week, the team announced that 40-year-old point guardSteve Nash would remain sidelined because of recurring back issues.
The Lakers' health troubles date back to last season, when their players combined to miss a league-high 319 games because of injury.
It's expected that the Lakers will file for another disabled player exception with the NBA, as they have done with Nash. If granted in Randle's case, the team would expect to receive an additional $1.5 million.
Randle is the Lakers' first first-round pick in seven years, a talented prospect in one of the more touted lottery classes in years. He was also their highest draft choice since the selection of James Worthy first overall in 1982. Worthy's rookie season also ended early because of a broken leg.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Marvel unveils upcoming superhero

Expect superheroes, villains and more superheroes to dominate the world as Marvel Studio plans to roll out new films through the summer of 2019.
At Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, the comic book company’s production president Kevin Feige told a horde of superhero lovers that following the Phase Two-ending “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Ant-Man” next year, Phase Three titles would include:
“Captain America: Civil War,” with Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. joining red, white and blue hero Chris Evans, on May 6, 2016;
“Doctor Strange,” with no confirmation of the Benedict Cumberbatch casting that recently unhinged the fanboy universe, on Nov. 4, 2016;
“Guardians of the Galaxy 2,” the sequel to Marvel’s monster summer hit, on May 5, 2017;
“Thor: Ragnarok” which is Norse legend for Armageddon, on July 28, 2017;
“Black Panther,” the African hero who will be played by Chadwick Boseman and introduced in “Civil Wars,” on Nov. 3, 2017;
“Avengers: Infinity War Part I,” on May 4, 2018;
“Captain Marvel,” who will be a woman, July 6, 2018;
“Inhumans,” the secret race of superpeople introduced in a classic Fantastic Four run in the 1960s, but who will apparently join the Marvel Cinematic Universe (minus the Fantastic Four, which another studio has movie rights to) on Nov. 2. 2018;
and “Avengers: Infinity War Part II,” on May 5, 2019.
Toward the end of Feige’s main presentation, Downey and Evans sauntered on stage, posed fight stances (indicating Iron Man and Cap take different sides in “Civil War”) and then introduced Boseman (“42,” “Get On Up”), all to predictably Pavlovian effect.
“We really do want the fans to be on the front lines of as much of the information we have from us as possible,” Feige said.
Asked if Tuesday’s event was a turf-staking response to rival DC Comics-owning Warner Bros.’ midmonth announcement of its superhero film slate through the decade’s end, the Disney subsidiary’s boss explained the original plan was to make the announcement at Comic-Con International in San Diego, but “things were not set.”
“Things for ‘Civil War’ were not set yet, ‘Guardians’ hadn’t come out yet,” Feige continued. “So the plan has been to do something that either we haven’t done in a long time or have never done, which is a singular event just to announce what we have, when it’s ready.”
During the main presentation, Feige also pointed out “Ultron” director Joss Whedon, “Captain America” helmers Anthony and Joe Russo and the still star-less “Doctor Strange” director Scott Derrickson in the audience, all to duly suitable pandemonium. “Guardians” honcho James Gunn greeted fans via video from the theater’s big screen.
Feige also indicated that the “Civil Wars” film, though based on key comic book series, would differ substantially from the printed version, mainly due to the fact that Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men characters are still controlled by other studios. He declined to clarify rumors that Disney/Marvel was negotiating with Sony to get Spider-Man back.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

La/Ontario International Airport

La/Ontario International Airport,Formerly And Still Commonly Known As Ontario International Airport,
Located At City Of Ontario Two Miles East Of Downtown Ontario,A City In San Bernardino County,California.
Still A Good Size Of An Airport,Most Of Airlines Operating From Ontario Airport.
Approximately 35 Miles From Lax Airport.
This Airport Just 40 Miles From Palm Springs Which Has Been Known As Of One Of The Rich City In Southern California And Many Rich People Got Big mansion Up There.
Lax Car Service Has Special Rate Starting At $225.00 From Ontario Airport To Palm Springs.

Monday, October 27, 2014

John Wayne Airport - Orange County

John Wayne Airport,Orange County(SNA) Airport Is The Only Commercial Service Airport In Orange County,California.It Is Located At
18601 Airport Way
Santa Ana , Ca 92707
And Approximately 35 Miles South Of Los Angeles International Airport.
Most Of Domestic Airlines Fly Out Of Orange County But Is Not International Like Lax Airport So Only Navigate In USA.
Orange County Residence Easy For Them To Fly Out Of SNA Instead Of Lax Airport because Lately 405 Freeway Been The Busiest Highway In Los Angeles .

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Bob Hope Airport

Burbank Airport Located At 2627 N Hollywood Way Burbank, CA 91505 Is One Of Domestic Airports And Only Some Of Airlines
Operating There So You Could Say Is Not Huge Airport.
This Airport Helping California Residence Who Lives Up North To Not Waste Their Time Sitting In Traffic Also Burbank Bob Hope Airport Has Faster Security System And They Deliver The Luggage Faster Than Big Airport Like Lax Airport.

Friday, October 24, 2014

House Of Blues - West Hollywood

House Of Blues Sunset Strip Is A Entertainment place And Night Club.
Lots Of Venue And Concert Taking Place At House Of Blues.
You Could Say This Is One Of Oldest Places In Sunset Strip With Long History And Also All Big Names People Who Played Here They Got Their Pictures  Framed Here.
This Place Located At 
8430 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood Ca 90069
Lax Car Service Got Special For Clubbing Starts From $255.00 Up To 5 Hours.