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Clog guru, in LA for biannual fittings, keeps devotees at her feet
L.A.'s clog devotees know the strict code by heart, even if they can't always live up to it. Sneakers are not shoes. Flip-flops ruin your feet. The last real footwear American women embraced was the saddle shoe. So says Cecilia Tidlund, the sharp ...

In weighing police pay hike, LA leaders need the facts
After years of living beyond its means and making commitments that resulted in crushing financial obligations, Los Angeles may soon be back on its feet. Officials have forecast that the city could be deficit-free by 2018. The deficit has been an ...

Co-founder feuds at LA tech start-ups show how handshake deals can blow up
Two Stanford University undergraduates shook hands in their dormitory in early 2011, agreeing to partner on what they hoped would be the next big technology start-up. But as their dream came true, their simple exercise of trust became a liability when ...

What to Do in Los Angeles This Month: 4 Can't-Miss Events for Film Buffs
The latest edition of the four-day fest (March 26 to 29) features programs organized around specific themes and subjects ("Herstory," for example), as well as an impressive array of restorations and special presentations (from Imitation of Life to ...

Parents Of 43 Missing Mexican Students March For Justice In LA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Parents of 43 missing Mexican students marched on Sunday in an effort to seek answers and justice for their children. Caravana 43 participants began their march shortly after 1:30 p.m., which spanned from Olvera Street ...

Downtown LA drugstore sells folk medicine to bring love, money
The sign above a store window at 3rd and Broadway downtown looks ordinary enough: "Rx Pharmacy." But it's the signs below that make many passersby do a double take. "We make amulets and candles," a small white sign in the corner reads, below ...

Today: Yemen implodes. Cruz launches.
Hello. I'm Davan Maharaj, the editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines you shouldn't miss today. Sign up to get the day's big stories delivered to your inbox. TOP STORIES. Friend or foe? In Geneva, Iran has been negotiating a nuclear ...

Essential California: Jerry Brown's presidential thoughts, at-risk foster ...
Essential California: Jerry Brown's presidential thoughts, at-risk foster ...

2 Angelenos demand answers after their alley gets trashed
One week ago, Lauri Jutila walked out the back of his Mid-City apartment building and found a sprawling heap of construction waste in the alley: floor tile, trash bags, wood planks and other construction debris stretching more than 100 feet. By Friday ...

Santa Barbara Woman To Remain Hospitalized, Monitored For Possible Ebola ...
Santa Barbara Woman To Remain Hospitalized, Monitored For Possible Ebola ...

Baseball: West Valley League starts with Chatsworth-Birmingham showdown
Chatsworth Coach Tom Meusborn gets welcomed back to West Valley League play on Wednesday when the Chancellors (7-3) open league action hosting defending City champion Birmingham (4-5). The two teams moved up the start of league play by a ...

L.A. Festival Shows Off New Czech Films
Czech this out: The Czech That Film festival, which highlights current films from the republic, will stop by USC from March 27-31. In its fourth year, the touring festival will travel to 19 cities in total. The Los Angeles festival opens March 27 at 7 ...

Judge Approves Settlement In Disabled Inmates Case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A federal judge approved a sweeping settlement Monday mandating improvements for inmates using wheelchairs and others with impaired mobility at Los Angeles County jails. Under the agreement, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's ...

Los Angeles is looking better and better to NFL owners
Even though no teams have announced plans to relocate, and there have been no formal stadium presentations, several influential NFL owners believe a Los Angeles solution is within reach. "I really believe that in the next year we'll have two teams in ...

LA Firefighters Rally Over Potential Health Risks Posed By Cell Towers Near ...
LA Firefighters Rally Over Potential Health Risks Posed By Cell Towers Near ...

Ho99o9 Is Bringing Its Punk-Rap Revolution to L.A.
The mutants descended on Superchief Gallery in downtown Los Angeles like insurgents from across the hilltop. Their smashing drums shuddered through the warehouse space, while electronic noise whipped up against throaty raps and chest-pumping ...

Essential California: Grocery stores close down, more Robert Durst mysteries ...
Essential California: Grocery stores close down, more Robert Durst mysteries ...

Baseball: It's a big week for LA Marshall (9-1-1)
With road games against El Camino Real on Thursday and San Fernando on Saturday, L.A. Marshall (9-1-1) has a chance to assure itself a high seeding for the City Section Division I playoffs in May. The Barristers already own a win over defending City ...

L.A.'s Employment Scene Is Still Struggling
But if you live around here you know that its effects have rippled for years after that. It seems that things, including new high rises, the Silicon Beach tech scene, and overheated home sales, have only recently started to look up. But just-released ...

Maps: How Los Angeles Compares In Size To Other Cities
Geographically, Los Angeles isn't quite like the other older cities (particularly those east of the Mississippi), and a new program that allows you to transpose our city limits on a map for comparison really hammers the point home. The program ...

LA County Firefighters Address Lawmakers Over Cell Tower Concerns
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — L.A. County firefighters are voicing concern that cellphone towers are dangerously close to their fire stations, putting their workers at risk. Many firefighters turned out to an L.A. Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday to ...

Should LA nonprofits get more time to hike minimum wages?
As Los Angeles launches a series of hearings on boosting the minimum wage, several lawmakers are pushing to let some small businesses and nonprofits increase pay more gradually. City leaders are weighing whether to increase the minimum wage to ...

Essential California: Hyperloop moves to Arts District, discrimination case in ...
Essential California: Hyperloop moves to Arts District, discrimination case in ...

L.A. Almost Has America's Largest LGBT Community
But when it comes to sheer size, Los Angeles is second only to New York in total numbers of folks who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, according to a recent analysis of figures released by the Gallup organization. The research firm ...

Rodolphe Le Meunier, a French butter rock star, visits LA
The people in the afternoon crowd at the Grand Central Market this week probably wondered who was attracting such an audience in front of the DTLA Cheese stall. But it was no mystery to anyone who has sampled the unbelievably tasty Beurre de Baratte ...

Aging LA Hotel Is An Eyesore To Be Briefly Transformed Into Work Of Art
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Its days may be numbered but it looks as if LA's seedy, long-abandoned Sunset Pacific Hotel may be going out in style. French artist Vincent Lamouroux says he plans to turn the building, once a haven for drug dealers and prostitutes ...

New fees would hold LA bar, restaurant developers to their promises
Los Angeles could soon add some city fees to make sure developers of new bars, restaurants and clubs follow through on promises they make in return for getting permits. lRelated L.A. could wind up covering much of $1.3-billion river project cost · L.A ...

Kenny Rogers' onetime estate leads most expensive sales in LA
A landmark estate once home to "The Gambler," a Richard Landry-designed mansion and a Buff & Hensman on Malibu's "Billionaire's Row" were among the top real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week. $46.25 million, Bel-Air. Hot Property | ...

24 Hour Project co-founder reflects on 2015 global photo event, looks ahead
Last Saturday, 2,030 registered photographers from 101 countries participated in the fourth annual 24 Hour Project, a worldwide interactive, online event. Photographers -- including one of the project's co-creators, Sam Smotherman, a frequent Southern ...

LA City Council OKs Temporary Restrictions on "Mansionization"
The Los Angeles City Council adopted temporary restrictions Wednesday in 20 neighborhoods where residents complain about "mansionization," a trend of building mansion-like homes that are unusually large for their lots. The rules halt the issuance of ...


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