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Los Angeles News 01/2014 (Page 9)



Cross-Country Walk to LA Raises Money, Awareness for Veterans Services
Two men made it to the Los Angeles area Thursday after walking cross-country from Wisconsin to raise money and awareness for a non-profit that supports veterans. walking-veterans. Anthony Anderson, left, and Tom Voss have trekked across the country to ...

Former Students Rally Around Beloved Crenshaw Teacher Banned From The ...
Former Students Rally Around Beloved Crenshaw Teacher Banned From The ...

LA 2020 Report's Glaring Omission: Voice of Ordinary People
THE WAY WE ARE-We Angelenos may not see in our lifetimes a harder slap upside our civic heads than the searing report just released by the Kantor Commission's Los Angeles 2020 report, “A Time for Truth.” No one escaped some measure of ...

LA weather: On-and-off light rain expected for weekend
The light showers that teased parched Southern California overnight should taper off Friday morning, but more rain could still be in store this weekend, forecasters said. There may still be some light rain Friday morning -- and then again Sunday into ...

LA Now Live: Discuss Henry Waxman's retirement, possible replacements
Join Times staff writers Seema Mehta and Mark Z. Barabak at 9 a.m. Friday to discuss the retirement of Rep. Henry A. Waxman and the political implications of the move as others consider running for his seat. Waxman's retirement creates an exceedingly ...

The second annual LA Art Book Fair is this weekend
The second annual L.A. Art Book Fair held its opening reception on Thursday night at the Chinatown boutique Ooga Booga; but the official opening is Friday, at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary and runs through Sunday. Presented by ...

LA reacts as much anticipated 'storm' spritzes Southland
The light showers that sprayed Southern California on Thursday night -- causing a burst of glee on social media -- likely won't return until Sunday, forecasters say. But even if the slight chance of rain pulls through, it won't be much, said ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In LA
LAist gets a lot of event announcements, and we comb through them all to bring you a curated list of what's happening in LA. There's too much happening in town this weekend, including these 20 events (and none have to do with the Super Bowl). Read on ...

Their love became a textbook movie romance
It had been only two years since I'd graduated film school, and I was beginning to get quite serious about a girl who was at UC Davis studying life sciences. Robin had a bright, empirical mind, balanced by a kind, adventurous personality, and I was in ...

Court says LA must pay $700000 to lawyers for skid row homeless
The city of Los Angeles must pay $700,000 to lawyers for skid row homeless people who successfully challenged a ban on sleeping in the streets, a federal appeals court has ruled. The lawyers offered a year ago to settle for a fraction of that amount ...

Candidates for LA County offices begin filing campaign reports
Los Angeles County election officials began receiving campaign finance reports Friday for candidates seeking two open county supervisors' seats and the county assessor and sheriff posts. Candidates were supposed to file contribution and spending ...


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