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Hot Property: Light up the sky

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — It has taken a bit of time, but we're finally seeing the fireworks we expected from our luxury real estate scene. Much like a firecracker, it was a slow burn to start the year for the high-end market. Now the fuse has been lit, and it looks like things will be going off with a bang as we continue...
  • New: 2 hr 24 min ago

Counter: Lots (and lots) of fried chicken

Los Angeles Times Happy Fourth of July weekend, which can mean many things to many people. Fireworks, Wimbledon, barbecue. For us, this year, it means fried chicken. This week Jonathan Gold reviews a Nashville hot chicken restaurant, and lists six of his favorite places to get Asian fried chicken — maybe because...
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Bud Norris is a winner in his Dodgers debut

Los Angeles Times (Mike DiGiovanna) — The stopgap looked more like a stopper Friday night, Bud Norris ingratiating himself to his new Dodgers teammates with six dominant innings in a 5-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies in Dodger Stadium. Acquired from Atlanta in a break-glass-in-case-of-emergency trade on Thursday, Norris did a fair...
  • New: 4 hr 14 min ago

Fan has a hand in another Angels loss

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — The ball boomed off Daniel Nava’s bat into Fenway Park’s right-field corner, and the Angels were about to tie the score after midnight Friday. Then a fan reached over, ever so slightly, onto the field of play and caught the ball. It was a ground-rule double. Mike Trout had to stay at third base. ...
  • New: 4 hr 37 min ago

Southland's Oscar Negrete remains unbeaten with victory at Belasco

Los Angeles Times (Lance Pugmire) — Los Angeles bantamweight Oscar Negrete remained unbeaten, notching a unanimous-decision triumph Friday over Mexico’s Jose Bustos at the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Negrete (15-0) won by scores of 100-90, 99-91 and 99-91, relying on superior talent to beat Bustos (11-7-3) to the punch...
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Sanya Richards-Ross pulls up at Olympic trials

Los Angeles Times (Helene Elliott) — Sanya Richards-Ross and Galen Rupp lingered on the sun-baked track at Hayward Field on Friday long after their races were done, savoring moments that were memorable but for dramatically different reasons. Richards-Ross, the 2012 Olympic 400-meter gold medalist, had said she would retire after this...
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Michael Phelps edges Ryan Lochte in final showdown at U.S. swimming trials

Los Angeles Times (Nathan Fenno) — Of the 26 events contested during the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, few, if any, carried more anticipation than the final domestic showdown between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. As the friendly rivals strode onto the pool deck for the 200-meter individual medley Friday night, fans buzzed in the...
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Lakers keep Clarkson,with a $50-million deal

Los Angeles Times (Mike Bresnahan) — The Lakers stayed connected with one of their own on the first full day of free agency, agreeing to terms with guard Jordan Clarkson on a four-year, $50-million deal early Friday. They liked the career arc of their 2014 second-round pick, privately touting his potential and work ethic, and planned...
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Boys' basketball: Darryl Polk's three lifts Long Beach Poly into championship game

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Darryl Polk of Long Beach Poly delivered a game-winning three-pointer at the top of the key as time was expiring to help the Jackrabbits defeat Corona Centennial, 59-57, in a semifinal game of the Fairfax tournament on Friday night. Polk finished with 15 points. Zafir Williams led Poly with 23...
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Deal to add heavyweight Luis Ortiz to Canelo Alvarez-Liam Smith card nearly final

Los Angeles Times (Lance Pugmire) — Unbeaten Cuban heavyweight Luis Ortiz is close to agreeing on a deal to become an attractive addition to the card for the Canelo Alvarez-Liam Smith junior-middleweight title fight Sept. 17, officials familiar with the talks said Friday. The 37-year-old Ortiz (25-0, 22 knockouts) will fight for...
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Clippers' meeting with Kevin Durant 'went very well'

Los Angeles Times (Ben Bolch) — The Clippers made a four-hour pitch to Kevin Durant on Friday evening in the Hamptons on Long Island, N.Y., in hopes of landing what would be the most prized free agent in their history. One person familiar with the meeting said it “went very well,” with the 2014 NBA most valuable player appearing...
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Final vote tally pits Kathryn Barger against Darrell Park for L.A. County supervisor's post

Los Angeles Times (Abby Sewell) — After weeks in limbo, the November field is set in the race to replace retiring Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, with a political neophyte facing off against the incumbent’s chief of staff. Antonovich aide Kathryn Barger took a commanding lead over the seven other candidates,...
  • New: 7 hr 13 min ago

Overrated/Underrated: A Coen brothers misfire and 20 years of cosmic funk with Galactic

Los Angeles Times (Chris Barton) — UNDERRATED Galactic’s “Coolin’ Off”: Maybe best known outside of music circles as the band that once helped get Wendell Pierce’s character into a bit of trouble in David Simon’s HBO series “Treme,” the New Orleans group Galactic made an auspicious debut with this album. Boasting a swampy mix of...
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Plastic surgeon's license revoked three years after court acquitted him of charges

Los Angeles Times (Ileana Najarro) — A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who was accused — and acquitted — of unlawfully videotaping partly nude patients lost his medical license Friday after state officials said he was a threat to public safety. In 2013, a criminal court jury acquitted  Lance Everett Wyatt of six misdemeanor counts, including...
  • New: 7 hr 39 min ago

Five American movies to see on Independence Day

Los Angeles Times (Justin Chang, Film Critic) — What to watch this Fourth of July weekend? There are, of course, those obvious holiday-title perennials, “Born on the Fourth of July” and “Independence Day” (the misbegotten “Independence Day: Resurgence,” not so much). Maybe it’s the mood of the moment, but the five films I’m recommending here...
  • New: 7 hr 44 min ago