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Tom LaBonge: 40 years of memories from LA's biggest fan
Man and boy, Tom LaBonge has been a fixture in Los Angeles' City Hall for more than 40 years: a teenager on Mayor Tom Bradley's youth council, community relations director at the Department of Water and Power, right-hand man to council powerhouse ...

Man Found Beaten to Death Outside Los Angeles Church
A man was found beaten to death outside a church in Westlake late Tuesday, June 23, 2015. By Rene Luna (Published Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015). Updated 2 hours ago. A man was found beaten to death outside a church in Westlake late Tuesday. The victim ...

The Slow Death of LA's Jewish Delis
My dad was a rye-bread kind of guy, which I noticed during a half-dozen childhood summers spent tagging along to his business meetings at Jewish delis throughout L.A. Most of the time I would sit silently eating my half of a pastrami on rye (or reuben ...

Man Convicted of "Ritualistic" Body Parts Murder in DTLA
It was a murder so gruesome and ritualistic that the victim's body was found in pieces, almost without blood. Authorities quickly zeroed in on a couple, 41-year-old Edward Garcia Jr., and 30-year-old Melissa Hope Garcia, suspected of robbing and ...

LA Deputies Convicted in Brutal Beating of Jail Visitor
Three Los Angeles Sheriff's Department law officers assigned to lockup duty were convicted by a federal jury today of violating the civil rights of a jail visitor who was brutally beaten in 2011. "They beat the man and caused bodily injury," the U.S ...

LA schools Supt. Cortines wants out soon but sets no deadline
Los Angeles schools Supt. Ramon C. Cortines has set no hard deadline for his departure, but wants the Board of Education to move forward with a search for his successor, ideally by the end of the year. At Tuesday's board meeting, Cortines, 82, had ...

Striking a pose on La Brea
From May to August, North Carolina-based assistant dance professor Jen Guy Metcalf teaches dance workshops in Los Angeles. When she's not in the classroom, Metcalf photographs and films both professional dancers and students. "I love this city and ...

DWP to unveil plan to capture storm runoff
It may not rain much in Los Angeles County, but when it does, a single storm can send up to 10 billion gallons of water surging into a vast network of storm channels with a single destination: the Pacific Ocean. For decades, environmental activists ...

21 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
In a quest to expand audiences and activate new kinds of public spaces for L.A. culture, Metro Arts presents a summer of free music, performance and art in downtown's Union Station. Miwa Matreyek's Myth and Infrastructure and This World Made Itself ...

Michelle Obama To Open 2015 Special Olympics In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama is coming to Los Angeles next month to kick off the Special Olympics World Games, organizers announced Thursday. Obama, long an advocate of physical fitness and healthy lifestyles, will take part in the ...

Essential California: Arnold and his affair
Good morning. It is Thursday, June 25. When a bull got loose in Buellton, its owner called the California Highway Patrol, fearing the animal would end up on U.S. Highway 101. It did, and that was after taking a bullet from a CHP officer. Here's what ...

4 Arrested After LA Teen Is Shot Over His Blood-Red Shoes
In parts of Los Angeles, even in 2015, the colors you wear still mean something on the streets. In a story that could have taken place in the 1980s, a 19-year-old paid for an innocent fashion faux pas with his life last month, police said. He was ...

Street Vendors Generate Half a Billion Dollars for LA's Economy, Report Says
After decades of trying, the city of Los Angeles is still trying to figure out a way to legalize street vendors without pissing off the Not in My Backyard crowd. In this city anyone with a late-model Hyundai and a smartphone can pick up strangers and ...

Abuse claim now part of misconduct inquiry into noted LA teacher
A Los Angeles school district investigation into allegations of misconduct against celebrated teacher Rafe Esquith has broadened to include an accusation that he abused a child 40 years ago, district officials said. Esquith's attorney, Mark Geragos ...

Police, Pastor, Public Come Together To Find Solutions To Deadly Street Races
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Street racing is fun, fast, furious and sexy — in the movies. But all over Los Angeles, street racing in reality is often deadly. The guy behind whats being called a “Motor gospel music video” is Aaron Schwartzbart. A former ...

Essential California: That 'A' restaurant might have rats
Good morning. It is Friday, June 26. It has been 41 years, but the San Diego Chicken is still performing. He just doesn't do splits the way he used to. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES ...

The Most Memorable Moments in UCB's 10 Years in LA
Soon after moving to L.A. in early 2002, Matt Besser did what most New York comedy transplants do: He went to an open mic at a coffee shop. "The woman running the night recognized me from my Comedy Central show, but when I asked to sign up, she said, ...

On-demand used car buying and selling comes to LA
The on-demand economy has, with a few taps on an app, brought everything from lunches to laundry to our doorsteps. Now it wants to bring us something a lot bigger: used cars. lRelated Sharing economy gets a wake-up call with Uber ruling · BUSINESS ...

LA Pizza Society's "Shindigs" Are All-You-Can-Eat Adult Pizza Parties
Ever miss the good ol' elementary-school days when stacks of pizza boxes would materialize on a classroom table and dozens of grubby, hungry hands would dig in to the carb-and-cheese goodness until all that was left was crumbs? The L.A. Pizza Society ...

New: LA Urban Nature Fest
The new LA Urban Nature Festival is all about the wild spaces and critters within our city. Celebrate at the Natural History Museum on June 27 and 28. You can always sense when an article about Los Angeles is about to excoriate our city for the usual ...

A lasting love of LA: 'The year I spent dating in Los Angeles was unexpectedly ...
A lasting love of LA: 'The year I spent dating in Los Angeles was unexpectedly ...

L.A.'s New Norm: $20 Million Homes and "People Are Swarming to Get In"
Veteran producer Frank Mancuso Jr.'s 13,600-squarefoot home on Oak Pass Road is listed by The Agency's Mauricio Umansky. Courtesy of Wicked + The Agency. Facebook Twitter Email Print Comment ...

LA's Whiskey Scene Sucks, How We Ruined the Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog, Solo ...
LA's Whiskey Scene Sucks, How We Ruined the Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog, Solo ...

Photographer captures LA's spiritual side in small-church series
Photographer Kevin McCollister enjoys walking around Southern California, but not along the cobblestone walkways of Rodeo Drive, the white sandy beaches of the Pacific or the trendy Sunset Strip. He prefers exploring paths less traversed in the ...

Police union wants more exemptions from LA proposal to lock up handguns
Los Angeles lawmakers have been mulling new rules that would require residents to lock up their handguns or disable them with a trigger lock when they are not being used. But the plan, championed by Councilman Paul Krekorian as a way to spare children ...

Family Calling For Justice 1 Week After Unarmed Man Is Shot By Police In Los ...
Family Calling For Justice 1 Week After Unarmed Man Is Shot By Police In Los ...

Essential: California, where it all began
Good morning. It is Saturday, June 27. Here are some stories you don't want to miss this weekend. California's battle goes national: The historic U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage took a long and twisted road through California. A ...

Great Reads: Dick Dale and the down-and-outs
Hi there. I'm Kari Howard, and I edit the Great Reads (a.k.a. Column Ones) for the Los Angeles Times. Two of my biggest loves are narrative journalism and music, and I'm lucky that my days are filled with both: When reading the stories, I get inspired ...

Hot Property: Stars of past and present
From fallen TV and film stars to sitcom royalty to off-market action, this Friday-night lineup is ready for prime time. So sit back and enjoy the latest and greatest from this week of Hot Property. – Lauren Beale and Neal J. Leitereg. Subscribe to the ...

City of LA slow to repair sidewalks despite complaints and injuries
Los Angeles' crumbling sidewalks long have symbolized the challenges facing pedestrians in this car-dominated city. After years of hearing complaints about sidewalks made impassable by cracks, buckles and bulging tree roots, officials recently ...


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