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A race-themed work not performed in LA for 67 years is back for a Black Lives Matter era
When Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson's hit 1949 Broadway production of “Lost in the Stars” went on a nationwide tour, black audience members in many Southern cities were required to watch the musical from segregated balconies — a reality that must ...

Basketball: Wednesday scores
BOYS' BASKETBALL. GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE. Bolsa Grande 57, Rancho Alamitos 55. Garden Grove 58, Los Amigos 46. Garden Grove Santiago 73, Westminster La Quinta 60. GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE. Ocean View 73, Loara 46. Santa Ana 68, Orange ...

BLD Turns Off the Lights After Ten Year Run on Beverly
Sad news today for fans of Neal and Amy Knoll Fraser's work, as the powerhouse Los Angeles duo confirmed to Eater plans to close their seminal restaurant BLD at the end of the month. The decision to shutter the ten-year-old restaurant does not come ...

Chill out, there is little downside to the Chargers coming to Los Angeles
The backlash against the Chargers' move was immediate, as a proud city that regards itself as a home of champions recoiled at the idea it had become America's dumpster. Los Angeles had already taken in the Rams. Who was next? The Arizona ...

Datebook: The art of historic graphs, women of the '90s and a Coachella painter goes solo
A detail from "Duppy Conqueror Ghost Catcher," 2016, by Carlos Ramirez, at New Image Art. (Carlos Ramirez / New Image Art). By Carolina A. Miranda. Art · Arts and Culture · Bioinspired Engineering · Theater · Los Angeles County Museum of Art · The ...

The only way to fix parking tickets is to make it easier not to get one
The second worst thing about driving in Los Angeles is parking in Los Angeles — and getting a ticket for it. In the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2015, the city handed out nearly two and a half million tickets. A little more than a quarter of them ...

The California water war gets more complicated
Good morning. It's Friday, Jan. 13. Here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. End in sight. California officials got word that we're seeing the beginning of the end of the great drought. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, more than 40 ...

$50000 reward to be offered after hit-and-run driver kills young mother in downtown LA
Los Angeles police on Friday will announce a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a hit-and-run driver whose car struck and killed a woman in November in downtown L.A.'s Fashion District. Jacqueline Hernandez, 24, was ...

Free Health Care Clinic Wristbands To Be Distributed This Weekend
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A free health care clinic is returning to downtown Los Angeles, and wristbands that guarantee admission will be handed out this weekend at two locations. Care Harbor will host its seventh free clinic for uninsured Angelenos ...

Worker at downtown loft complex is lured to her death by a resident, who is later killed by police
Lisa Ramirez was the heart and soul of the Flower Street Lofts. Every day, she would travel in the from her home in Pico Rivera to keep the sprawling loft complex — a former UPS distribution center — clean. She struggled for years with learning ...

After 70 Years, The Black Dahlia Murder Still Haunts Los Angeles
The body of murder victim Elizabeth Short is shown covered in a field in Leimert Park. (Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection). continue. view fullscreen. close. January in Los Angeles is the closest the city gets to winter ...

Dave Dutton, the landmark LA bookstore owner, dies at 79
Dave Dutton was a young man wandering Europe on a $5-a-day budget when his parents sent him a wire. They'd found a location for the bookstore they'd always dreamed of opening. Would he run the place?, they wondered. Dutton agreed, but cautioned ...

Ban developer contributions to City Hall
Faced with a growing distrust of the process by which the city approves new development — including widespread concern that political contributions drive land-use decisions — several Los Angeles City Council members have proposed what once seemed ...

California's bullet train plans? Not so fast
Good morning. It is Saturday, Jan. 14. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Bullet train woes: More troubling news about California's bullet train. The project could cost taxpayers 50% more than estimated — as much as $3.6 ...

City Council critic accused of racist threats sues Los Angeles
An Encino attorney accused of making racist threats against Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson has filed a federal lawsuit against the city, arguing that his free speech and other constitutional rights were violated. Wayne Spindler, who has ...

I got caught on AshleyMadison.com
My marriage was going on 19 years. When you think about it, that's nearly three “seven-year itches” without a single craving for anyone other than my wife. Then, shortly after turning 56, I got a bad case of hives. Call it a midlife crisis, poor ...

Uber driver killed, passenger critically injured in hit-and-run crash in South Los Angeles
An Uber driver was killed, and a passenger was critically injured when two cars crashed early Saturday in South Los Angeles, a fire official reported. The fatal crash happened about 3:40 a.m. at Arlington Avenue and West Martin Lither King Jr ...

Body found floating in LA Harbor may be man who was swept away in Dominguez Channel
A body discovered floating in the Port of Los Angeles on Saturday morning is thought to be the man who was swept away by swift-moving water earlier this week in the Dominguez Channel in Gardena, authorities said. The body was found at 9:10 a.m. in the ...

Icelandic magic: One US couple's excursions, on view at Photo LA
Every couple of years, husband-and-wife photographers Michael A. Smith and Paula Chamlee pack up their Bucks County, Pa., photography lab into a 1978 Land Rover with a tent on the roof and send it in a shipping container to Iceland. The rocky, open ...

Sean McVay the first step in ridding a toxic culture in LA
Words like “toxic” and “dysfunctional” would describe the Los Angeles Rams long before “winning” would ever be a consideration. New head coach Sean McVay will be immediatley tasked with flipping the culture in the locker room, and inside the ...

Hundreds Rally Downtown To Send A Message To President-Elect Trump
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Hundreds rallied against President-elect Donald Trump in Downtown Los Angeles Saturday. As KCAL9's Greg Mills reports most of the protesters had one thing on their minds: Trump's tough-talk on immigration. The signs and ...

How much entertainment is too much? Mixed thoughts on LA landing the Lucas museum
To the editor: Wow, another museum. We can find land for stadiums, museums, theaters, and state of the art arenas, but we can't find land to build housing for the poor? So much for L.A. being a progressive city. ( “New force in L.A.” Jan. 11 and “Lucas ...

How these Los Angeles-born pink hats became a worldwide symbol of the anti-Trump women's march
Krista Suh plans to attend the women's march in Washington, D.C., this week to protest Donald Trump's presidency, and she wanted to make a statement. But she also had a more primal goal: staying warm. “I wanted to do something more than just show up,” ...

(Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all year. And we won't suggest an adventure unless one of the Travel section's staffers and contributors have tried it. Tell us what's on your ...

LA drivers regain access to Laurel Canyon Boulevard
Los Angeles officials have restored limited access to Laurel Canyon Boulevard, unclogging a major north-south traffic artery that was shut down last week after a mudslide. Southbound traffic can now use the full stretch of Laurel Canyon Boulevard, said ...

Kevin Starr on California, in his own words
Kevin Starr, California's leading historian, devoted his life to chronicling the state, warts and all. Starr wrote numerous histories of the state and also was a regular essayist for The Times and other publications. Here is a collection of his often ...

San Diego Moving Companies Say They Won't Help Chargers Relocate to LA
So the Chargers said they are going to move to Los Angeles. Now they actually have to move to Los Angeles. Anyone who has ever moved before understands what an undertaking this is. You have to pack up the boxes, prepare the furniture, finally address ...

LA Challenge fundraiser shines spotlight on student triumphs
Los Angeles Challenge board members and students enjoy the group's annual benefit at the home of Julian and Carolyn Elliott. Left to right are board member Barbara Addleman, Jessica Rojas of Rolling Hills Prep, Josue Varela of Cathedral High School, ...

Los Angeles Is Among the Worst Cities for Home Buyers
Los Angeles' housing situation is just sad. A rare upside is that it's so expensive to live here that parsing the numbers is an act of humor. Try not to laugh too hard. A new analysis of L.A. real estate prices and incomes by real estate listings site ...

#FOMOBlog: YG, Ty Dolla $ign, & Karrueche Attend DJ Mustard's "For Every 12 Hours" Documentary Screening In LA
anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website. “I realized I was a lifelong sufferer of FOMO”. Urban dictionary definition: The fear that if you miss a party or ...


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