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Los Angeles Times (Gerrick D. Kennedy) —
Blink-182 fans have had a whirlwind 24 hours.
Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) —
Crenshaw and Dorsey are about to get improved competition in the Coliseum League this fall in football.
Los Angeles Times (August Brown) —
Coachella has announced its annual slate of pre- and between-fest concerts around Southern California, and they've booked a few of the best Coachella acts to stick around in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times (Kurtis Lee) —
Mormon Church leaders on Tuesday voiced support for some housing and job protections for gays and lesbians in Utah and across the nation as long as the laws protect religious freedom.
Los Angeles Times (Jenn Harris) —
Luke Reyes is the executive chef at Butchers & Barbers in Hollywood. The Massachusetts native’s first job in the kitchen was under Ming Tsai at Blue Ginger in Wellesley, Mass. After a job offer...
Los Angeles Times (Scott Martelle) —
A couple of weeks ago the state of Oklahoma executed murderer Charles F. Warner after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a last-minute stay. The request was tied to a pending lawsuit in which Warner...
Los Angeles Times (Lauren Beale) —
The only Los Angeles-area home that singer-songwriter Prince has ever owned recently changed hands in Beverly Hills for $5.5 million.
Los Angeles Times (Oliver Gettell) —
Do you want to help a showman? For "Frozen" songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the answer is yes.
Los Angeles Times (Lisa Dillman) —
Kings center Mike Richards cleared waivers on Tuesday, as expected, and the next step appears to be assignment to the team's minor-league affiliate in Manchester, N.H.
Los Angeles Times (Michael Schaub) —
As the world observes International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a member of the British Parliament is urging his country to debate whether "Mein Kampf," Adolf Hitler's political manifesto, should...
Los Angeles Times (Carolina A. Miranda) —
Sometime in 1976, artist Ed Ruscha made a fake rock and then he put it out somewhere in the middle of the Mojave Desert. There it has sat ever since, its location unknown, it's existence...
Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) —
Set behind gates on in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, this reimagined Midcentury is distinguished by its flat roof, clean lines and walls of glass. Slatted wood dividers lend an open...
Los Angeles Times (Jenn Harris) —
Bar tabs are expensive, especially if you can hold your liquor. But for one night only, you can get a 7-cent martini, in L.A., and drink as many as you like.
Los Angeles Times (Noelle Carter) —
Almond meal can generally be found at well-stocked markets in the Los Angeles area. But occasionally I'll hear from a reader who can't seem to find it at any local stores.
Los Angeles Times (Patrick J. McDonnell, Nabih Bulos) —
A video released Tuesday purports to show a Japanese hostage saying he and a captive Jordanian pilot will be killed within 24 hours if Jordanian authorities do not release a jailed female bomber.
Los Angeles Times (Austin Knoblauch) —
Former NFL quarterback and football analyst Boomer Esaison believes Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman should be punished for remarks he made about NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New...
Los Angeles Times (Stephanie Chavez) —
A Georgia inmate with an IQ of 70, who is scheduled to be put to death by lethal injection Tuesday night, has been denied clemency by a state board.
Los Angeles Times (Geoffrey Mohan) —
Dena Dubal and Jennifer Yokoyama have been plucking at the thread of fate. The researchers at UC San Francisco are fascinated with a longevity gene named for one of the Greek Fates, Klotho.
Los Angeles Times (Joseph Serna) —
For the second consecutive day, a powerful winter storm blanketing the Northeast has spurred the cancellation of hundreds of flights going to or from California.
Los Angeles Times (Brittny Mejia) —
Russia's foreign ministry on Tuesday denounced U.S. charges against three Russian men accused of involvement in a New York City spy ring, citing a lack of evidence.