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  1. Marijuana industry fights 'stoner,' 'pot' and other words they say demeans industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | Los Angeles Times

    There's a badge on her uniform, possibly a gun on her hip, and her arms are spread a little, suggesting she's ready for anything. But what you've seen on billboards and, more recently, the internet is an effort by MedMen Enterprises of Culver City to remind you that marijuana users come from all walks of life.

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  2. YouTube, Amazon and other tech giants fuel entertainment job growth in L.A. CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | Los Angeles Times

    Actor Titus Welliver, who plays an LAPD homicide detective in the Amazon series "Bosch," on set in 2014. Amazon, YouTube and other tech giants are helping to fuel substantial job growth in Los Angeles' signature entertainment sector, even as Hollywood grapples with massive upheaval caused by digital disruption.

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  3. Surfas, L.A.'s neighborhood culinary supply shop, reopens in Arlington HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | Los Angeles Times

    Surfas Culinary District, the longtime L.A. cooking shop, moved to Arlington Heights earlier this year after 40 years in Culver City. For decades, food-minded folks beat a well-trodden path across Los Angeles to Surfas Culinary District, the enormous cooking supply shop in Culver City.

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  4. Review: Hayv Kahraman's paintings of decorous Kurdish women...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 17 | Los Angeles Times

    Hayv Kahraman's paintings of Kurdish women at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects are exceedingly delicate and subtle - until they're not. Kahraman, herself a Kurdish refugee from Iraq, paints raven-haired, ruby-lipped, ivory-skinned beauties in a flat, graphic style that draws from Persian miniatures and Japanese woodblock prints.

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  5. Batmobile designer Harald Belker looks for a speedy sale in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Car designer Harald Belker is racing to sell in Venice after listing his architectural home for $3.595 million. Car designer Harald Belker, whose creations range from Hot Wheels to the Batmobile, is asking $3.595 million for his contemporary-style home in Venice's Oxford Triangle.

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  6. CBS investigators interview Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, alleged Leslie Moonves sexual assault victimRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Los Angeles Times

    Former television executive Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb talks about an alleged incident involving former CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves in the L.A. law offices of Gloria Allred on Tuesday. For more than 30 years, Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb has been unable to erase the memories of encounters with Leslie Moonves, the once-powerful chief executive of CBS Corp. Golden-Gottlieb was a TV show development executive in the mid-1980s when she worked with Moonves at Lorimar Productions, the Culver City studio behind such shows as "Dallas" and "Knots Landing."

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  7. Adam Schefter's memoir reflects on his article about a 9/11 casualty...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | Los Angeles Times

    Adam Schefter, who has been an NFL Insider at ESPN for five years, checks his phone while on set for NFL Live at ESPN Headquarters, just prior to filming. Adam Schefter isn't convinced that his new book could develop into a film treatment or a stage play.

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  8. See chocolate bars be made from scratch at LetterPress Chocolate's new Culver City storeRead the original story

    Monday Sep 10 | Los Angeles Times

    We've become accustomed to restaurants with open kitchens, coffee shops with on-site roasters, taquerias where you can see the tortillas being made - but how about a shop where you can watch your chocolate go from bean to bar? That's the case at LetterPress Chocolate's new retail shop, where you can see the entire bean-to-bar process in the open 1,800-square-foot location. Husband-and-wife team David and Corey Menkes founded their company in 2014, making micro-batches of single origin chocolate in their two-bedroom Cheviot Hills apartment.

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  9. The recession forged his path to boutique hotel successRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | Los Angeles Times

    Avi Brosh, 53, is founder and chief executive of Paligroup Management, which runs three boutique hotels in Los Angeles, West Hollywood and Santa Monica. Brosh is pictured at Palihouse Santa Monica.

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  10. Datebook: Photographs reconceived, L.A. and it's people and the man behind the geodesic domeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | Los Angeles Times

    The arts season is off and running, with openings all over Los Angeles and beyond! Here's a guide to the top exhibitions and events in the coming week. Paul Anthony Smith, "Containment," at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

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  11. NantWorks to create mobile gaming platform through investment in developer DaybreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Los Angeles Times

    Two players compete in an "H1Z1" gaming tournament, with a grand prize of $500,000, on opening day of Twitchcon at the Long Beach Convention Center in October 2017. NantWorks, the Culver City company controlled by Los Angeles Times owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, has purchased a minority stake in Daybreak, the San Diego game developer behind multiplayer online franchises including "EverQuest," "Star Wars Galaxies" and "H1Z1."

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  12. Weekend Picks for Sept. 6-9: 'Bacchae,' 'Ramona,' Harry Connick Jr. and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | Los Angeles Times

    New York-based SITI Company returns to the Getty Villa with a new production of Euripides' ancient tragedy "Bacchae." The summer is winding down, but there are still plenty of outdoor performances to enjoy, including SITI Company's take on Euripides' ancient tragedy "Bacchae," and Harry Connick Jr. and others in a New Orleans-style celebration at the Bowl.

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  13. Paramount Pictures names Nicole Clemens as television president, replacing fired executiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Los Angeles Times

    Paramount Pictures has named talent manager and producer Nicole Clemens as the next president of its television division, the Viacom Inc.-owned studio said Wednesday. She replaces Amy Powell, who was fired less than two months ago for allegedly making racially insensitive comments on a conference call involving a Paramount TV show.

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  14. Finding alien beauty in America's industrialized fertilizer minesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Los Angeles Times

    "You are what you eat" is something many of us hear more often than we'd like to. It's often spoken in a tone more appropriate to "shut up and eat your vegetables."

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  15. Neighborhood Spotlight: Arlington Heights, a 'streetcar suburb,' is now a central characterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Los Angeles Times

    There are many folkloric notions about the early days of their city that Angelenos hold dear, but perhaps no narrative has the staying power of one of L.A.'s defining characteristics: urban sprawl. It's the tale of a dense, walkable urban core unwound by the rise of the automobile, which, aided and abetted by the advent of freeways, set loose a pack of slavering real-estate developers on the pristine landscape.

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  16. What's new to L.A.'s health and fitness sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Fitness for a cause in Los Angeles and Malibu; a new yoga studio opens in Echo Park; and a Culver City session on post-workout breathing. Check out these well-being ideas as we ease into fall.

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  17. Supporters praise newly minted Obama Boulevard in 'iconic black community'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Then-presidential candidate Barack Obama greets supporters during a rally at Rancho Cienega Recreation Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 20, 2007. A 3.7-mile stretch of road in the heart of Los Angeles' Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw neighborhood is getting a new name in honor of the country's first African American president, and local leaders say the symbolism is important.

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  18. Tired of rose? Try an Aperol spritzRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Aperol spritzes, from left: Bordiga, Genoa's Contratto Bitters, Amaro Angelno, Aperol and Cappelletti Aperitivo. If, somehow, in the course of your summer's day-drinking, your poolside tippling, your sunset whistle irrigation, you've grown tired of Rose all day, every day, then perhaps someone, somewhere, has thrust an Aperol Spritz under your nose as an alternative.

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  19. Culver City passing duo clicks in opening winRead the original story

    Monday Aug 27 | Los Angeles Times

    There should be lots of big games this season for the Culver City passing duo of sophomore quarterback Zevi Eckhaus and senior receiver Jamal Glaspie. In a 62-20 win over West Torrance, Eckhaus passed for 415 yards and five touchdowns.

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  20. Zane Lowe marches ahead to a new beat while bringing positive vibes to Apple Music's Beats 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Zane Lowe, radio DJ on Apple Music, is in the studio at Apple Inc. in Culver City, Calif. It's 9 a.m. on a Wednesday, and Zane Lowe, in a glass-encased studio in Culver City, Calif., has the energy of a firework.

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