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Across Los Angeles, toxic lead harms children in neighborhoods rich and poor
RED FLAG: In San Marino, California, a homeowner uses a home lead test – turning red when it detects the presence of the metal on the porch door of her 1920s Spanish-style house. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok ...

Essential California: Millions of SoCal trees are dying off
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, April 20, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The trees are dropping like flies. The trees of Southern California are dying at a frighteningly fast ...

What about $875000 buys right now in three LA-area housing markets
Here's a look at what's for sale in the high $800,000s in La Crescenta, Northridge and View Park. 2749 Alabama St. Realtor.com. 2749 Alabama St. 2749 Alabama St. (Realtor.com). LA CRESCENTA: This 1950s single-story has a Cold War relic buried in the ...

Can't wait for 'Hamilton' tickets to go on sale in LA? This San Francisco hotel gives you two with your stay
“Hamilton” fans, don't want to wait to buy tickets to the L.A. show? You can get tickets to San Francisco's performances of the hit Broadway musical plus stay in a luxury hotel, but it's not cheap. Four Seasons San Francisco is offering guests two ...

Surprise yourself in one of San Francisco's Chinatown alleys
Why: Tourists expect certain things in San Francisco's Chinatown, like dim sum, fortune cookies and dangling colorful lanterns; perhaps a solemn, festooned room such as the Tin How Temple on Waverley Place. It's fine to sample those spots, most of ...

UCLA's Hitoshi Abe and USC's Qingyun Ma on the ugliness of LA architecture, 'Uberism' and more
UCLA's Hitoshi Abe, left, and USC's Qingyun Ma are leaving their posts as architecture school deans. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times). By Christopher HawthorneArchitecture CriticContact Reporter · Architecture · SCI-Arc ...

The 10 Best Places To Be Really, Really Stoned In Los Angeles
The passing of Proposition 64 was glorious news; if there's any state that's conducive to being high, it's California, what with its mild weather, glittering sunsets, and abundance of Double Doubles. Certainly, L.A. itself is no difference; this is ...

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening in LA This Week
KP Projects and Launch LA present a solo show of charcoal drawings by Eric Nash. Artist reception is on Saturday. (Image detail: 'Hollywood Tower' by Nash). Are you heading to #Nochella this weekend? Then check out 20 awesome events happening right ...

Frank Sinatra's Hollywood bungalow is safe—for now
A Spanish-style Hollywood bungalow that was a favorite retreat of Frank Sinatra in the 1960s has been given a stay of execution. But it remains under threat of demolition by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power unless preservationists can ...

What to do this weekend in LA Our critics' picks
April 21 to 27: Los Angeles Times entertainment, arts and culture critics choose the week's most noteworthy openings, new releases, ongoing events and places to go in and around Southern California. Charle Hunnan plays a British explorer in “The Lost ...

Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood house is for sale for $6.9M
This will blow your skirt up: The ravishing Spanish-style home in Brentwood once owned by Marilyn Monroe is returning to the market for $6.9 million. The actress owned the rambling property—which holds citrus trees, a main house with two bedrooms, ...

The Portals Project: This gold box is 'better than Facebook'
Los Angeles (CNN) Thousands of commuters buzz by it; dozens more see it from the Starbucks line less than 100 feet away. But only a few enter this gold box in the middle of downtown Los Angeles' Grand Park. "That was amazing," Bernadine Harris said as ...

Next stop for LA Metro: A committee focusing on what it's like to be a rider
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has seven committees of elected officials that debate issues as high-profile as rail construction budgets, and as obscure as the amount of water needed to wash 2,248 buses. What doesn't exist is a panel that ...

Why LA scientists plan to march on Saturday
The March for Science is kind of a funny thing. The organizers insist that the event will be nonpartisan. But it will feature many of the trappings of a political march — signs, chants and speakers riling up the crowd. The situation presents a ...

Essential California: Why LA construction jobs pay less
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Friday, April 21, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Good jobs are disappearing. The stories of Eddie Ybarra and Francisco Martinez, two construction ...

California Today: Los Angeles's Mayor Sounds Off on Trump, Housing and More
Mayor Eric Garcetti delivered his State of the City address in Los Angeles on Thursday. Credit John Mccoy/Los Angeles Daily News, via Associated Press. Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here's the sign-up.) Today's introduction ...

Candidates in LA congressional primary spent an average of $68 per vote
In the fast and furious primary campaign in Los Angeles' 34th Congressional District, the crowded field of 24 candidates spent about $2.9 million trying to sway voters, according to campaign financial reports. In the end, 42,914 voters cast ballots in ...

The New Faces of LA Dining Look a Lot Like the Familiar Faces of NYC Dining
If you're starting to realize that a lot of the names announcing themselves with big new splashy Los Angeles projects sound familiar, you're not alone. The influx of New York City talent to the West Coast is enormous, from the NoMad team to yesterday's ...

He was my one-night stand. And I wish it had stayed that way
I have absolutely no rules when it comes to when I sleep with someone I'm dating. I go with my feelings. I have always said to my friends, it doesn't matter when you sleep with a man, you can wait four hours or four months, if he's a jerk he'll be one ...

Return to Eden: How LA State Historic Park Came To Be
The transformation of a zeppelin-shaped plot of land that stretches from Chinatown to the L.A. River's edge started with a trickle back in 2001 when California State Parks bought the property to create a temporary park. Tomorrow, that trickle turns ...

The BoardRoom in DTLA Is an Unstuffy Speakeasy
The BoardRoom, an extension of Kendall's Brasserie located just beneath the entrance to downtown L.A.'s Music Center in Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, is one of a handful of “speakeasies” to open up in the city in the past few months. Yes, just like the ...

Both sides of 110 Freeway shut down in downtown LA due to man threatening to jump
Both directions of the 110 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles were shut down during rush-hour traffic on Friday due to a person threatening to jump off an overpass. Los Angeles police and fire officials responded to the incident shortly before 5:30 p.m ...

Feds Threaten To Pull Funding For Sacramento, Other US 'Sanctuary Cities'; LA Not Targeted
WASHINGTON (CBSLA.com/AP) — The Trump administration is moving beyond rhetoric in its effort to crack down on so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. The Justice Department is forcing nine communities ...

Thousands will march through LA to support science in the Trump era. And they're not alone.
Tens of thousands of scientists, students and teachers are expected to attend Saturday's March for Science in downtown Los Angeles, one of more than 500 such events being held around the world. The march will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday in Pershing ...

Hop aboard LA's classic trolleys at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris
Why: Los Angeles' storied streetcars, a fixture of Southern California life from the 1900s to the 1960s, hum on out here in Perris, where you can take a gently swaying ride into history. What: On weekends and most holidays, the Orange Empire Railway ...

Sofia Carson and Bruno Tonioli onhand as Los Angeles Ballet Gala raises nearly $1 million
If there's one thing guests at the April 21 Los Angeles Ballet Gala could agree on, it's the importance of ballet — not just for all types of serious dancers, but also for the cultural life of the city. “Ballet technique is like a dictionary,” said ...

Thousands Brave LA Heat Wave to 'March for Science'
It was 85 degrees in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, but thousands skipped a trip to the beach or the mountains and instead dragged themselves along a mile-long route to listen to a few celebrity pseudo-scientists and activists drone on about climate ...

Nearly naked Trump, science experiments and other things our reporters found at LA's March for Science
More than 500 cities around the world, including 40 in California, hosted a March for Science on Saturday. In Los Angeles, thousands descended on downtown. High-profile speakers included seismologist Lucy Jones and billionaire climate change activist ...

Los Angeles State Historic Park bridges past and present at grand opening celebration
Hundreds of people from every corner of Los Angeles County — along with the state's top political leadership and the chief of a Los Angeles Native American tribe — celebrated Saturday morning the opening of California's newest state park, situated on ...

At LA's Marshall High, a mother's dedication keeps her daughter's memory alive
The giant trophy sits in a high school hallway case behind glass that is smudged and scratched. Some names upon it are faded, others chipped. One remains clear. “Leigh Francis Sutton Memorial Athlete of the Year.” Its hefty wood base holding the silver ...


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