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Heisler: It’s shaping up as Magic Johnson vs. Jerry West for grand prize, LeBron

OC Register (Mark Heisler) — Now, Duel of the Laker Titans. Popular as the NBA is here with two teams playing to packed houses and pulling down hundreds of millions in local TV revenue, it’s been a long time since we were actually relevant, with the Clippers still in eclipse while disappearing early in the playoffs and the Lakers coming […]
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Books: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, David Sedaris and more

Los Angeles Times (Carolyn Kellogg) — Hi. I’m Carolyn Kellogg, book editor of the L.A. Times, with this week’s newsletter. THE BIG STORY “This book is not just an appreciation of our friendship or an acknowledgment of Coach Wooden’s deep influence on my life,” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar writes in his latest book, “Coach Wooden and Me: Our...
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With millions set to lose Obamacare, DWP workers keep getting a sweeter deal

Los Angeles Times (Steve Lopez) — Two news items jumped out at me in the last several days. Item one: The U.S. Senate, after conducting its business behind closed doors, burped up a healthcare reform package that is likely to throw millions of people off the health insurance rolls. Item two: The Los Angeles Department of Water...
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The Beatles' 'All You Need Is Love': It was 50 years ago today

Los Angeles Times (Randy Lewis) — “Boys, I have the most fantastic news to report,” Beatles manager Brian Epstein announced one day in 1967 to his most famous clients. “You have been selected to represent England in a television programme which, for the first time, ever, will be transmitted live around the world via satellite....
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Did You Hear ...? Ron Howard rescues Han Solo, the Slants declare victory and more from the week in entertainment

Los Angeles Times (Christie D'Zurilla) — A big movie had a big crisis, a tenacious band had a big win, a late-night host asked for trouble, a reality show got rolling again and a Hollywood institution made plans to expand. Here’s all that news and more from this week in entertainment. Han Solo movie has a slight director malfunction Four...
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Tasting menus and tiki time

Los Angeles Times As the summer heats up, the pleasures of Southern California farmers markets intensify, especially if you head out early in the morning when the farmers — and your neighbors — are in a conversational mood. So we have our weekly market report , in which we consider the joys of zucchini and summer...
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Trump administration delays student loan forgiveness program. How to tell if you still qualify

Los Angeles Times (Anne Helhoski) — New rules set to expand federal student loan forgiveness for borrowers who believe that they were defrauded by their schools have been put on hold until further notice, according to the Department of Education. The program was designed to ease the burden for students at schools that violated certain...
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HOA Homefront: Architectural enforcement — two views

OC Register (Kelly G. Richardson) — The board’s job is to protect and preserve the common area. Work with your association, as you expect your neighbors to do the same, for the protection of all the neighbors.
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Mighty mountains depict local market’s peaks and valleys

OC Register (Leslie Sargent Eskildsen) — Noble ranges depict the typical housing market patterns displayed each year.
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What I learned from the classic college hook-up culture at USC

Los Angeles Times (Rebecca Katz) — When I met Dan I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. An L.A. native, I’ve waded through a sea of the city’s most promising players. I’ve had my heart marred by the son of a Middle Eastern mogul, been duped by a handful of Hollywood’s finest college dropouts and have made painstakingly boring conversation...
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It's too early. We’re in the middle of nowhere. But it's beautiful to see the kid play ball

Los Angeles Times (Chris Erskine) — My first suggestion for surviving summer: Avoid any and all sports tournaments. We were at one the other day, if not in the bosom of Los Angeles, then up near the larynx. Four games. Gravel parking lots. Melting flesh. With every close play at home, a cloud of dust would sweep the bleachers, until...
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The clever conceptual riddles of Tatsuo Kawaguchi

Los Angeles Times (Christopher Knight) — The Japanese artist Tatsuo Kawaguchi, 77, is having his L.A. debut, a modest but absorbing exhibition at Kayne Griffin Concoran Gallery.
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The downside of an off-market commercial real estate deal

OC Register (Allen Buchanan) — In rare instances, brokers find a willing seller, which creates an “off-market” deal. Great! But, what are the problems with such a transaction?
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Home of the Week: Marina del Rey redo is party-ready from top to bottom

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Tucked within a garden courtyard, this remodeled three-story in Marina del Rey takes entertaining to new heights, with a penthouse-level bar room that opens to an ocean-view deck space. Scaled formal rooms, a media room with a wet bar and an elevator keep the party lit on all floors. The details ...
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