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Historic California lifeguard building destroyed by huge waves
A lifeguard building on the beach at Sycamore Cove in Point Mugu State Park was destroyed after being pounded by high surf from Hurricane Marie. A lifeguard building on the beach at Sycamore Cove in Point Mugu State Park was destroyed after being ...

Dunkin' Donuts Opens Its First LA Location
Going back to work after the Labor Day weekend just got a little easier, at least for Dunkin' Donuts fans who live in or near Santa Monica. Well, easier if you want to spend your early morning lining up with doughnut lovers badly in need of caffeine ...

5 Eclectic Things to Do in LA This Week for $12 or Less
Didn't manage to sneak out of town this Labor Day weekend? Don't worry – there are enough interesting events this week to make your jet-setting friends almost jealous. On Saturday, take your pick of wacky art shows: Pokémon-themed (with a tournament!) ...

13 Outdoor Dates In Los Angeles
If you're tired of boring old restaurant or bar dates, we've got a list of some of our favorite outings under the sun while the days are still long. Our favorite places include perfect picnic spots, hikes that lead you to a waterfall or architecture ...

Weekend Planner: 17 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Not going to the Made in America Festival or getting out of Dodge this Labor Day weekend? No worries, we got you covered with these 17 events. FRIDAY, AUG. 29. FILM: On Friday night, Los Angeles LGBT Center's Young Professionals Council (YPC) holds ...

5 questions with 'Mattresses of LA' photographer Andrew Ward
Photographer and 43-year-old Highland Park resident Andrew Ward began photographing abandoned mattresses and sofas around L.A. almost two years ago. Ward posts his shots on Instagram under the name @EireAndrew and has gained a cult following ...

After violence, USC tries to soothe anxious parents in China
Supporters of slain USC student Xinran Ji, in photo, gather for a press conference after the arraignment of Jonathan Del Carmen, Andrew Garcia, Alberto Ochoa and Alejandra Guerrero in downtown Los Angeles. Supporters of slain USC student Xinran Ji, ...

Ezell Ford funeral services held at South Los Angeles church
Funeral services were held Saturday for Ezell Ford, the man who was shot and killed by Los Angeles police earlier this month. Embed. <iframe width="476" height="270" src="http://abc7.com/video/embed/?pid=287851" frameborder="0" ...

Playing 'Let's Make a Deal' the LA way
The Los Angeles City Council has struck a deal with the Armenian Cultural Foundation to lease Old Fire House 83 in Encino for a dollar a year for 30 years. An initial plan to lease the building was met with criticism. Photos by Doug McIntyre. By Doug ...

Slaying probe uncovers reports of terrifying nighttime street pursuits
Members of Guardian Angel Parish in Pacoima gather in prayer at the site where Gloria Esperanza Tobar, a fellow church member, was shot and killed on Filmore Street in Pacoima on Aug. 24. Members of Guardian Angel Parish in Pacoima gather in prayer ...

Made in America Festival makes debut at downtown LA's Grand Park
Maryel Ceballos, 29, of Los Angeles, holds up an American flag in front of City Hall. Maryel Ceballos, 29, of Los Angeles, holds up an American flag in front of City Hall. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times). By Todd Martens, August Brown contact the ...

Head of Los Angeles homeless agency announces he will retire
A man passes Skid Row mural on San Julian Street in Los Angeles. (Irfan Khan, Los Angeles Times). By Gale Holland contact the reporter · Eric Garcetti. Head of L.A. homeless agency steps down. Mayor Eric Garcetti had expressed unhappiness with the ...

LA Haunted Hayride Prepares New Scares for Griffith Park
On a sweltering August afternoon in an average industrial park in Glendale, California, a nefarious plan to scare the bejesus out of people was underway. Early for a meeting, I entered the building and found a bohemian group of creatives deep in ...

Ferguson's flashpoint sparks national outrage
(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File). FILE - In this Aug. 17, 2014 file photo, people protest for Michael Brown, who was killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel). In this Aug. 17, 2014 photo, people defy a curfew Sunday, Aug. 17 ...

Los Angeles Times | Sunday, August 31, 2014
Richard Verrier covers the nuts and bolts of the entertainment industry. He reports that while California is moving to triple tax subsidies for film and TV productions, there is a growing debate over their value. Some suggest California's move will ...

Labor looks for realignment of power that could strengthen its hand
Already assured a seat on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors is former U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who has been called a "warrior for working people" by labor groups. She will represent Supervisor Gloria Molina's eastern county district ...

Made in America makes it in LA
Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons performs on the Marilyn Stage during the Made in America Festival in downtown on Los Angeles Saturday afternoon. DREW A. KELLEY , CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER. Related article » ...

Artesia, Bellflower, Lakewood nominated for most business friendly city in LA ...
Artesia, Bellflower, Lakewood nominated for most business friendly city in LA ...

Los Angeles' labor movement defies national decline
After years of suffering through the poor economy reflected in a nationwide anti-union movement and reduced pay, labor is ready to rebound and begin to again be part of the national discussion. “There were some significant setbacks nationally,” said ...


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