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  1. Neil Lane, jeweler to Hollywood stars and 'The Bachelor'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Neil Lane, the jeweler to Hollywood stars who also provides the diamond rings for TV series "The Bachelor," at his Beverly Hills home with some of his own artwork on July 9. The millions of people who watch "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" on ABC get a glimpse each season of the man who designs the shows' ornate diamond engagement rings and hands them to the contestants: Neil Lane. That role stems from Lane being widely considered the jeweler to Hollywood's stars, a perch he never envisioned when he was foraging New York street trash for collectibles as a teenager and swapping antiques at flea markets in the 1970s.

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  2. In search of perfect pastrami: Your guide to the Jewish delis of Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    My life began in the tufted brown leather booth of a deli. In the fall of 1985, my mother went into labor mid-bite through a knackwurst at Nate 'n Al deli in Beverly Hills.

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  3. Getting red-carpet ready with IndyCar champion and fashion lover Josef NewgardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Los Angeles Times

    Here's how IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden prepared his red-carpet look for the 2018 ESPY Awards with the help of stylist Alison Kahn Geiger. When he's not driving his race car in three layers of fireproof gear, reigning IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden is probably working on his upper-body strength while wearing Lululemon shorts.

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  4. Harvey Weinstein's new claims against Ashley Judd outrage actress' attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Los Angeles Times

    Harvey Weinstein's lawyers claim the movie mogul and the actress had a "bargain" that allowed him to touch her if she "won an Academy Award in one of his films," records show. Harvey Weinstein's lawyers have asked a federal judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit brought by actress Ashley Judd that charges the producer ruined her career after she rejected his sexual advances.

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  5. Never mind the candidates. In a key midterm contest, it's all about TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | Los Angeles Times

    Republican Steve Knight, left, and Democrat Katie Hill are competing for his congressional seat in the 25th District. Katie Hill and Steve Knight are waging one of the most fiercely competitive congressional races in the country, a free-for-all spilling from the pin-neat subdivisions of Simi Valley to the scrubland of the high desert.

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  6. Hot Property Newsletter: It's certainly not coldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 14 | Los Angeles Times

    This newly built multilevel Home of the Week in Beverly Hills includes a game/billiard room, a home theater and a putting green. The only thing hotter than the weather of late may be the celebrity-driven real estate market.

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  7. Ex-USC gynecologist retains high-profile criminal attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Leonard Levine, shown at a 2007 sentencing hearing for defrocked Catholic priest Michael Baker, was hired to defend former USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall amid an ongoing police investigation. Former USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, accused of sexually abusing young patients , has retained a prominent Los Angeles attorney to represent him amid a widening criminal probe and mounting lawsuits.

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  8. Summer's hottest bag trend shouldn't be saved for just beach daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Los Angeles Times

    This summer's "it" bag - that would be the straw bag - is more about fabric and texture than the label. That's because straw and bamboo options, once saved for time spent at the beach, are now warm-weather staples.

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  9. Attico designers take inspiration from 'Grey Gardens' as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Los Angeles Times

    Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio are the Italian designers behind Milan-based fashion label Attico. They were inspired by "Grey Gardens" for their spring/summer 2018 collection, shown above, which is available at Saks Fifth Avenue and other retailers.

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  10. Elizabeth Taylor's Beverly Hills haunt hits the market for $15.9 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Los Angeles Times

    Elizabeth Taylor's onetime home, a ranch-style estate set on a double-lot in the Beverly Hills Post Office area, is on the market for $15.9 million. Elizabeth Taylor's onetime home, which she shared with then-husband Michael Wilding, is on the market for $15.9 million.

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  11. Judge refuses to unseal ex-Playboy model's suit against Trump fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Los Angeles Times

    A state judge rejected a request Tuesday by the Los Angeles Times and seven other news organizations that he unseal a lawsuit a former Playboy model filed against one of President Trump's top fundraisers. Shera Bechard, who was Playmate of the Month in November 2010, sued Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy of Beverly Hills on Friday and convinced a judge to keep the complaint under seal for 20 days.

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  12. New York Giants chairman Steve Tisch lands a new home field in TrousdaleRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    New York Giants chairman and Hollywood producer Steve Tisch has touched down in Beverly Hills, buying a Midcentury home in the Trousdale area for $10.05 million. The seller was the estate of late music manager Jordan Feldstein .

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  13. Hot Property Newsletter: Playing aroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Giving a little competition to the wealthy actors and entertainers dotting the Southern California housing scene are a cadre of professional athletes. And we're not just talking about those who play for local teams.

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  14. Time-travel romance, but no magic, in the Japanese anime 'Fireworks'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 2 | Los Angeles Times

    That question gets repeated a lot in the Japanese animated feature "Fireworks," a cloying, wannabe-lovely romantic fantasy set in the seaside town of Moshimo, where a much-anticipated display of controlled explosives is about to take place. Those attending Fourth of July celebrations this week may get the chance to answer the question for themselves, but the gorgeous sparklers we see on screen do look variably round and flat - an otherworldly trick that forces the characters to question the slippery nature of their own reality.

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  15. Home of the Week: In Beverly Hills, a Hollywood Regency readies for another star turnRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Marjorie Lord, the actress and philanthropist known for her role as Danny Thomas' television wife on "Make Room for Daddy," lived for decades at this Beverly Hills residence designed by architect-to-the-stars John Elgin Woolf. A classic example of the Hollywood Regency style, the 1962-built home displays an elegant touch, with such features as scaled formal rooms, web-patterned wood ceilings and the original Pullman entry doors.

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  16. Metro picks a contractor to dig the Wilshire subway tunnels through West L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Work progresses on the Purple Line subway at La Brea and Wilshire Boulevard last year. On Thursday, Metro officials picked a contractor to dig the tunnels for the third phase of the project, which will run from Century City to West L.A. In a major step for the Westside subway, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Thursday selected a contractor and set a $1.37-billion budget for the design and construction of twin subway tunnels between Century City and West Los Angeles.

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  17. Post Malone was hip-hop's saddest champion at the Hollywood BowlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 28 | Los Angeles Times

    "Can I get a beer?" Post Malone asked someone - anyone - from the stage of the Hollywood Bowl. Then he clarified: " Another beer?" A singer and rapper whose specialty is blurring the line between those roles, 22-year-old Malone has grown accustomed to having his desires fulfilled.

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  18. City Council approves hotly contested overhaul of South L.A. mallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 27 | Los Angeles Times

    Activists opposed the plan to expand the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, above, fearing it would cause gentrification and displace black residents. The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to approve a hotly contested plan to overhaul a South L.A. shopping center that would triple its size and add hundreds of new apartments and condos, overriding objections from activists who fear it will push people out of black Supporters argued that Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza needs to become a destination where people can live, work and play in order to survive in the era of Amazon and other online retailers.

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  19. George Carlin's comedy 'stuff' finds new homes in a DVD anthology - and in a museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Los Angeles Times

    The late, influential comic George Carlin once told The Times that the three ingredients that made up his comedy were "English language and wordplay; secondly, mundane, everyday observational comedy - dogs, cats and all of that stuff; and thirdly, sociopolitical attitude comedy." "That's all I want, that's all you need in life, is a little place for your stuff, ya know? I can see it on your table, everybody's got a little place for their stuff.

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  20. He was leaving for L.A. Would I follow - and could I bring my kids?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    When I looked up and saw a handsome man in a tuxedo, holding a violin, my fate was sealed. I was an usher at Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver and Paul was principal second violin.

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