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Mystery surrounds deaths of two women and teenage girl at upscale Rancho Santa Fe home

Los Angeles Times (Pauline Repard) — Homicide investigators were looking for answers after two women and a teenage girl were found dead in an upscale home in Rancho Santa Fe on Tuesday. The names of the dead were not released, but the man who sold the house to Michael Ayra about 18 months ago said Ayra recently died, and his girlfriend...
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Turkey looks for answers after coordinated suicide bombings at Istanbul airport

Los Angeles Times (Umar Farooq) — The death toll from a dramatic suicide gun and bomb attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport has risen to 41, and more than 237 people have been wounded. Turkish officials are still investigating, but have pointed to Islamic State as the likely culprit. Among the dead were 13 foreign nationals: four...
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East West Players names Snehal Desai as new artistic director

Los Angeles Times (David Ng) — East West Players has found its new artistic director from within its own ranks and will announce on Wednesday that Snehal Desai will succeed outgoing producing artistic director Tim Dang, who has led the downtown Los Angeles theater company since 1993.  Desai, 36, is set to assume leadership on...
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9 fried chicken recipes from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen

Los Angeles Times (Noelle Carter) — When it comes to comfort food, sometimes nothing beats fried chicken. There are few things more beautiful than a delicately seasoned piece of poultry, delicately seasoned and lightly dredged with a dusting of flour, baptized in a pool of sizzling fat to crisp, golden perfection. Fried chicken isn’t...
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Donald Trump says Mike Tyson won't be a speaker at Republican National Convention

Los Angeles Times (Chuck Schilken) — Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is said to be putting together quite a cast of characters from the sports world to appear at next month's national convention in Cleveland. Former boxer Mike Tyson, former NFL coach Mike Ditka, former college basketball coach Bobby Knight...
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How the early, record heat could affect your ability to make Fourth of July guacamole

Los Angeles Times (Gillian Ferguson) — Last week’s triple-digit heat wreaked havoc on Southern California avocado farms, leaving some growers with burnt trees and unsellable fruit just two weeks before the Fourth of July holiday, when avocado sales generally spike. Growers in Fallbrook, De Luz and Temecula reported record temperatures...
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What the heart desires in Tennessee Williams' 'Eccentricities of a Nightingale' in Venice

Los Angeles Times (David C. Nichols) — With “The Eccentricities of a Nightingale,” Tennessee Williams’ 1951 revision of his earlier play “Summer and Smoke,” Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice ends its 30th anniversary season on a quietly remarkable note. Williams preferred “The Eccentricities of a Nightingale” to its predecessor. Despite...
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Obama will make his first campaign appearance for Hillary Clinton next week

Los Angeles Times Clinton attempts to push past Benghazi in California June 29, 2016, 7:36 a.m. Donald Trump travels to New England on Wednesday after slamming globalization during his Tuesday trade speech. Hillary Clinton fights to put the critical Benghazi report behind her. Donald Trump says current trade policies...
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Trump makes big push to boost June fundraising totals

Los Angeles Times (Lisa Mascaro) — Clinton attempts to push past Benghazi in California June 29, 2016, 7:36 a.m. Donald Trump travels to New England on Wednesday after slamming globalization during his Tuesday trade speech. Hillary Clinton fights to put the critical Benghazi report behind her. Donald Trump says current trade policies...
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Home of the Day: Hollywood Hills post-and-beam where Ava Gardner once slept

Los Angeles Times (Bonnie McCarthy) — This classic post-and-beam in the Hollywood Dell recalls the glamour and sex appeal of a bygone era. Designed by midcentury architect Ed Fickett, the flat-roofed house was once owned by actress Ava Gardner during her tumultuous Frank Sinatra period. Walls of glass and vintage details blend seamlessly...
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Assembly resolution asks Gov. Jerry Brown for a homeless state of emergency

Los Angeles Times (Jazmine Ulloa) — Updates on California politics: Sanchez talks education policy, legislators give initial OK to sex-assault bill June 28, 2016, 5:58 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Rep. Loretta Sanchez, a candidate for U.S....
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LeBron James to go free agency route, his agent says, but likely stay in Cleveland

Los Angeles Times (Chuck Schilken) — LeBron James will opt out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers once again this year. But, once again, fans of the NBA champs probably don’t have to worry about the superstar decamping to another team. James’ agent, Rich Paul, told ESPN that the four-time league MVP will not exercise a player...
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On Kauai, they keep 'em down on the farm by serving dinner there

Los Angeles Times (Jay Jones) — Plenty of restaurants feature “farm to table” menus, but actually taking guests to the farm for dinner? That’s the twist one Kauai resort is offering. Twice monthly, the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas invites diners to learn more about the land along Kauai’s North Shore and the food it...
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'Say hello to Grace Kelly': I'm introducing my teen to the classics

Los Angeles Times (Chris Erskine) — On a lazy morning at the library, we discovered that you can check out an astounding 50 items at once, which pretty much should cover us for the rest of the summer -- an item a day, a novel, a biography, a classic Jimmy Stewart flick. While picking out DVDs, I talked the little guy into “Rear Window,”...
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Ho, ho, holy cow: It's a Santa invasion in Branson, Mo.

Los Angeles Times (Jay Jones) — A swarm of Santas is about to descend on Branson, Mo.,  which is better known for country musicians than jolly men in bright red suits. Discover Santa 2016  will take place July 6-10 and is expected to draw about 1,000 amateur and professional Santa Clauses — and plenty of elves, too — to  Branson ...
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