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Los Angeles News 07/2015 (Page 9)



Essential California: Bill Cosby and the Playboy Mansion
A bill from Sen. Dianne Feinstein would move $1.3 billion into desalination, water storage and other projects over the next decade. Whether she will be able get it through the House, where Republicans have focused on rolling back environmental ...

Cartoonist Ousted By Los Angeles Times Speaks Out
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — After the LAPD accused political cartoonist Ted Rall of lying in a blog post he wrote in the Los Angeles Times in May, the Times decided this week it will no longer publish work from the award-winning cartoonist. Now, Rall is ...

L.A. Parents' Sports Freak-Out: "You Can't Cheer at an SAT Exam"
Dr. Dre, Ice Cube Break Silence on N.W.A Movie, Suge Knight's Murder Charge and a Reunion Tour (With Eminem) · Lena Dunham, Amy Schumer and Comedy Actress A-List in Raunchy, R-Rated Roundtable. by Alexandria Abramian. 7/30/2015 7:00am ...

A personal passion
San Francisco-based professional photographer Travis Jensen calls street photography is his true passion. When on a commercial assignment, he tries to find opportunities to capture what he calls “personal use snaps”. The image below, shot with a ...

Some credit for the little-known figure behind LA's 1984 Olympic Games deal
With all the renewed excitement about a possible return of the Summer Olympics to Los Angeles, we may be hearing the name Bob Ronka again. It was Ronka, a one-term city councilman from the San Fernando Valley, who forced Bradley's hand on the ...

Winners of Great Streets grants want LA to party in the streets
Promotional image for the winning "Fig Jam" event on North Figueroa Street in Highland Park. After seeing years of success at mostly privately funded CicLAvia events, the City of Los Angeles is providing seed money for other community events that bar ...

Volunteer clinic provides care, supplies to Special Olympics athletes
An Icelandic soccer player rested his swollen ankle in a small clinic room on the UCLA campus and waited for his nurse to deliver the verdict. If his foot was broken, he'd sit sidelined as his team battled for victory in the Special Olympics World ...

In Katy Perry versus the nuns, both sides declare partial victory
Katy Perry's $14.5-million bid to own a former Los Feliz convent isn't dead yet, even though another buyer has already moved her own furniture into the hilltop villa. An L.A. County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that the sale of the property and ...

LA's general fund stands to gain from proposed DWP rate hikes
Officials have argued that a series of increases in Los Angeles water and power rates are needed to improve the city's crumbling water pipes and aging utility poles and to boost water conservation. But the proposed hikes in Department of Water and ...

Anthem's good intentions get lost in aggressive telemarketing
Joseph Goldstein received a call the other day at his West Los Angeles home from someone claiming to represent his insurer, Anthem Blue Cross. The caller said he knew that one of Goldstein's family members had been seriously injured in a fall and ...

Essential California: The LA neighborhood Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are ...
Essential California: The LA neighborhood Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are ...

Search for new LA Unified superintendent takes initial step
The Los Angeles Board of Education is taking its first steps toward launching a search for a new superintendent, a process that has been on hold for the past nine months. After meeting behind closed doors late into the evening Thursday, the seven ...

Pictures in the News
Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Los Angeles, where the Special Olympics World Games: Los Angeles 2015 are winding down after a full week of competition. Full coverage. Lake Oroville, Calif.: As the sun sets, a lone kayaker circles Lake Oroville ...

LA Convention Center's proposed design screams, 'conventional thinking'
Over the last couple of years, Plan A for expanding the Los Angeles Convention Center has been slowly morphing into Plan B. Unfortunately, the proposed design for the expansion, though there's still time to improve it, doesn't deserve much more than a ...

SoulCycle, gearing up for expansion, files for initial public offering
Los Angeles may have created the indoor cycling phenomenon, but it's a New York company that's taken advantage of the trend's peaking popularity and going public. SoulCycle, the biggest indoor cycling chain in the U.S., has filed for an initial public ...

LA County office market recovery spreads beyond Westside in 2nd quarter
Expanding companies scooped up office space around Los Angeles County in the second quarter as the real estate recovery spread beyond ever-popular markets such as the Westside. Long-standing distinctions about which neighborhoods are appropriate ...


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