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Essential California: LA unveils more plans to win Olympic Games
Good morning. It is Tuesday, Jan. 26. There's a new baby giraffe at the Living Desert. The calf is already 5 feet 9 inches tall and 130 pounds. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Jailhouse rules: As authorities continue the ...

'Hamilton' musical coming to LA ... but not until 2017
The marquee for the Broadway musical "Hamilton" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City. The marquee for the Broadway musical "Hamilton" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times). David NgContact ...

The new stARTup Art Fair comes to LA this weekend, transforming hotel rooms into galleries
Margaret Timbrell, in her room during stARTup Art Fair's inaugural edition in San Francisco. This weekend, the show comes to Los Angeles. Margaret Timbrell, in her room during stARTup Art Fair's inaugural edition in San Francisco. This weekend, the ...

HopSkipDrive picks up Series A to drop off in new markets
Joanna McFarland has been living in Los Angeles and working in the local tech scene for more than a decade, and for nearly all that time she's been a mom. (Her older child Jackson just turned eight.) So she knows from first-hand experience the ...

Bruce Springsteen adds third show as swan song for LA Sports Arena
Bruce Springsteen, shown in a 2009 performance at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, has added a third stop at the venue on his nine-week "The River" tour with the E Street Band. It is slated to be the final event at the arena before it is razed to make way ...

LA-area and state officials call for quicker cleanup of Exide plant contamination
Community members and activists gather in a backyard of a home east of downtown Los Angeles to mark the closure of the Exide Tchnologies battery recycling plant on Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015. Community members and activists gather in a backyard of a ...

LA is working to count a hidden population — homeless young people
Clients of youth housing and service agency Jovenes walk through Union Station seeking people 24 and younger to count in L.A.'s official homeless tally. Clients of youth housing and service agency Jovenes walk through Union Station seeking people 24 ...

A boisterous final farewell to 6th Street Bridge before demolition begins
LAPD officers block the entrance to the 6th Street bride. More than 100 people gathered at the 6th Street Bridge on Tuesday night. At least one person was arrested, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. LAPD officers block the entrance to the ...

A California film tax credit helped 'Grease: Live!' dance in LA
Julianne Hough, left, who plays Sandy, and Aaron Tveit, who plays Danny, and the rest of the cast and ensemble, rehearse a scene during a rehearsal of Fox's upcoming "Grease Live!" musical production. Julianne Hough, left, who plays Sandy, and Aaron ...

With Warren Olney's 'Which Way LA?' ending, where can we turn for civil discussion?
Warren Olney conducts his show, "Which Way, L.A.?" at the KCRW radio station on the Santa Monica College campus on June 3, 2014. Warren Olney conducts his show, "Which Way, L.A.?" at the KCRW radio station on the Santa Monica College campus on ...

Astronautica Is Happy to Add a Feminine Voice to L.A.'s Beat Scene
As a little girl, Edrina Martinez wanted to be an astronaut. She also wanted to be Gwen Stefani. She tied a ribbon around her acoustic guitar with some tape and sang along to Tragic Kingdom from her couch. Ultimately, Martinez combined her dreams and ...

Billions spent, but fewer people are using public transportation in Southern California
Metro plans to spend more than $12 billion over the next 10 years to build two new rail lines and three extensions, the largest capital investment of any transit agency in the country. Metro plans to spend more than $12 billion over the next 10 years ...

5 Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This Week
This week, an artist creates a maze of small boxes in a Boyle Heights basement and writers and artists pay homage to Sandra Bland, whose death still presents more questions than answers. Science as fashion “The Small Laboratory,” William Leavitt's ...

As seen on 'El Chapo': There's a mad rush for this LA clothing company's shirts
L.A clothing retailer Barabas saw sales of its blue shirts rise after drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was photographed wearing one. L.A clothing retailer Barabas saw sales of its blue shirts rise after drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was ...

Pivoting and Disruption @ Verde XChange 2016
Joel Epstein Senior advisor to companies, law firms, foundations and public initiatives on communications strategy, government affairs and corporate social responsibility (CSR). With two kids in college and one on her way soon enough, I can't afford to ...

Combing the streets with LA's homeless counters
Omar Romero, 32, and his 18-year-old brother, Benjamin, crossed 3rd Street and walked the length of a Pomona Freeway onramp peering into the night for any signs of homeless camps. By the light of passing cars below, Benjamin spotted a disheveled ...

How a South LA supermarket proposal fell apart, after a decade of effort
The long-vacant lot at 94th Street and Broadway in South L.A. is strewn with trash after grocer Numero Uno backed out of a deal to add a store there. The long-vacant lot at 94th Street and Broadway in South L.A. is strewn with trash after grocer Numero ...

Midwest Refugees Golden Daze Find Their LA Home on Autumn Tone Records
Jack Loeb and Ben Schwab of the band Golden Daze are best friends who both came from the Midwest to try to embed themselves in the Los Angeles music scene. Loeb is from Chicago and Schwab is from Ohio. Schwab is a former professional skater (roller ...

The LA teen apocalypse that never came
Twenty years ago, Los Angeles was a pretty dangerous place to grow up. In many neighborhoods, kids were joining gangs, dying in drive-by and street shootings, and getting locked up. Seemingly everyone thought an even bloodier teen apocalypse was ...

20 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
Yes, the Oscars Are So White. They're Also Boring, Sanctimonious and a Complete Waste of Time. By Hillel Aron · 21 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week. By L.A. Weekly · See More... More Art. Popular; Latest. 6 Shows That Defined a Weird, Messy, Fun ...

Weekend: LA Art Show
A peek at a past LA Art Show. It's mega, and focused on modern/contemporary works, and it lands downtown over the final weekend in January. LA Art Show: It's often said that art appreciation is a subjective pursuit, but there's not too much that's ...

LA Art Show 2016: A sneak peek inside, plus an outsider's take on the LA scene
Spanish artist Lluis Barba unveils his latest work, “La Muestra de Gersaint Watteau,” a photographic collage about the Los Angeles art scene, at the L.A. Art Show. Spanish artist Lluis Barba unveils his latest work, “La Muestra de Gersaint Watteau,” a ...

LA theater openings, Jan. 31-Feb. 7: 'The Mountaintop' and more
Danielle Truitt and Larry Bates star in the L.A. premiere of "The Mountaintop" at the Matrix Theatre. Danielle Truitt and Larry Bates star in the L.A. premiere of "The Mountaintop" at the Matrix Theatre. (Daren Scott). Matt Cooper. This week: New takes ...

Head of Homeboy Industries backs proposed ballot measure targeting 'overdevelopment'
Father Greg Boyle, executive director and founder of the job-training nonprofit Homeboy Industries, in his office in 2015. Father Greg Boyle, executive director and founder of the job-training nonprofit Homeboy Industries, in his office in 2015. (Al ...

LA Land To Be Used For Veterans, Not Businesses
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The federal government on Thursday released a plan to build nearly 2,000 apartments to house chronically homeless veterans in West Los Angeles to settle a lawsuit that alleged it had ignored their plight. The Department of Veterans ...

The Los Angeles Chargers of Santa Ana? Sort of. Team acquires land for training, offices as first step.
The Los Angeles Chargers of Santa Ana? Sort of. Team acquires land for training, offices as first step. Jan. 28, 2016. Updated Jan. 29, 2016 7:41 a.m.. 1 of 1. The National Football League franchise took another step closer to moving from San Diego to ...

Apartment builders woo the wealthy with over-the-top services
Miami developer Crescent Heights plans to open a 40-story luxury apartment tower this summer in Century City. It will have a private theater, on-call luxury cars with drivers and personal trainers. Miami developer Crescent Heights plans to open a 40 ...

Obama administration is starting in LA to help immigrants become citizens
Obama administration officials are scheduled to meet in Los Angeles on Friday with Mayor Eric Garcetti, local nonprofits and business owners to discuss ways to encourage immigrants to become U.S. citizens. The meeting is part of a multi-city tour by ...

Today: A Break in the Jailbreak Case. Zika Facts.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. A Break in the Jailbreak Case. A 44-year-old English teacher has been arrested on suspicion of helping three inmates mount a ...

LA 2024 continues to expand its staff as Olympic plans heat up
These are busy times for LA 2024 as the private bid committee works to finish its first "deliverable," about 60 pages of plans that must be submitted to the International Olympic Committee by next month. On Friday, the group announced it has hired ...


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