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  1. California woman charged in studio fraud caseRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 6 | Los Angeles Times

    A California woman scammed investors out of millions of dollars with claims that she had Hollywood backing to build a movie studio complex, according to a federal indictment unsealed Thursday. The 32-count indictment charges Carissa Carpenter, 51, with mail fraud, wire fraud and three counts of making a false statement to a government agent.

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  2. Massive Hollywood project sits atop quake fault, California saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Los Angeles Times

    A trench was dug at 6230 Yucca St., just east of the Capitol Records building in Hollywood, to see if an earthquake fault exists underneath the site of a planned apartment complex. A trench was dug at 6230 Yucca St., just east of the Capitol Records building in Hollywood, to see if an earthquake fault exists underneath the site of a planned apartment complex.

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  3. Is defense of Renee Zellweger a shift in how we talk about women?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Los Angeles Times

    Renee Zellweger as a 27-year-old on the verge of her big break in 1996, left, and at age 45, right. Renee Zellweger as a 27-year-old on the verge of her big break in 1996, left, and at age 45, right.

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  4. Arnett Hartsfield Jr. dies at 96; helped integrate L.A. Fire DepartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Los Angeles Times

    Retired Los Angeles city firefighter Arnett Hartsfield Jr. dons an original Bakelite helmet from Fire Station 30 on Central Avenue in downtown Los Angeles, where he began his LAFD career in 1940. Retired Los Angeles city firefighter Arnett Hartsfield Jr. dons an original Bakelite helmet from Fire Station 30 on Central Avenue in downtown Los Angeles, where he began his LAFD career in 1940.

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  5. Assembly candidates' divergent pasts provide fodder for mudslingingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Los Angeles Times

    State Assembly candidate Prophet Walker hugs resident Betty Henderson on a campaign stop at Avalon Courtyard senior living center in Carson. She said he's got her vote.

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  6. Red Aunts to celebrate new greatest hits double LP at El CidRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Los Angeles Times

    The Red Aunts, one of L.A.'s hardest garage punk bands of the '90s, will celebrate the release of a greatest hits package on Saturday. The Red Aunts, one of L.A.'s hardest garage punk bands of the '90s, will celebrate the release of a greatest hits package on Saturday.

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  7. Book offers peek into musical world of Hollywood's Stein on VineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Los Angeles Times

    Gary Chen, owner of Stein on Vine in Hollywood, has written a book called "They Call Me Stein on Vine: A 30-Year Layover in Los Angeles." Gary Chen, owner of Stein on Vine in Hollywood, has written a book called "They Call Me Stein on Vine: A 30-Year Layover in Los Angeles."

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  8. Magic Johnson, Mia Hamm among owners of new L.A. pro soccer teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Magic Johnson chats with Nomar Garciaparra, left, and Mia Hamm during a news conference Thursday to announce the launch of a second MLS team in Los Angeles. Magic Johnson chats with Nomar Garciaparra, left, and Mia Hamm during a news conference Thursday to announce the launch of a second MLS team in Los Angeles.

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  9. Apartment developer sets sights on young families of modest meansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Young families "want a quality rental that gives them certain levels of security and comfort, and ultimately luxury at a price they can afford," says David Nagel, president of Decron Properties. Young families "want a quality rental that gives them certain levels of security and comfort, and ultimately luxury at a price they can afford," says David Nagel, president of Decron Properties.

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  10. Contemporary Crafts Market hits Pasadena this weekendRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Los Angeles Times

    The Pasadena Convention Center will be the scene of the Contemporary Crafts Market this weekend. The market, nearing its 30th year, brings together 250 artisans from California and the West, showing and selling furniture, ceramics, jewelry, glass, wood, textiles, footwear and more.

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  11. Andy Ricker at Mondrian L.A., Dominick's 66-cent martinis, La Sandia mole festRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Andy Ricker, right, and Ivan Orkin in New York City. Ricker, chef at Pok Pok, will cook a special dinner at Mondrian Los Angeles in November as part of a "Dinner Party" series for Munchies.

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  12. Michael Hannon dies at 77; LAPD officer joined '60s rights protestsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Los Angeles Times

    At his hearing, in July 1965, Michael Hannon, second from right, listens to testimony from then-Police Chief William H. Parker, left, over off-duty participation in civil rights and peace protests. He later became a lawyer.

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  13. For the recordRead the original story

    Monday Oct 27 | Los Angeles Times

    TRI Pointe Homes: In the Oct. 27 Section A, a Monday Business stock spotlight article about TRI Pointe Homes quoted the company as saying that the median price of the houses it builds is $368,000. In fact, the company said, it measures home values by estimated average price, not the median.

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  14. Frank Mankiewicz dies at 90; Democratic insider was RFK aide, led NPRRead the original story

    Friday Oct 24 | Los Angeles Times

    Frank Mankiewicz addresses the media June 5, 1968, after Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's surgery. Kennedy's death was announced the next day.

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  15. Datebook: Emigres in Hollywood, trippy video, post-tsunami architectureRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 23 | Los Angeles Times

    The Norton Simon in Pasadena will feature a trove of works that its business-magnate namesake acquired from the legendary Duveen Brothers Gallery in New York. This includes Vincenzo Catena's "The Rest on the Flight into Egypt," c.1470-1531.

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  16. Check out the new California sectionRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    Ramon C. Cortines, who led L.A. Unified School District in 2000 and again from 2008 to 2011, agreed to return again through June. "We have some major challenges that together we have to address," he said on his first day back.

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  17. Pink's celebrates 75 years with 75-cent chili hot dogsRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    The walls of Pink's Hot Dogs in Los Angeles are filled with celebrity-autographed photos. From left, Beverly Pink Wolfe, Richard Pink and Gloria Pink, co-owners of Pink's.

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  18. TV production in L.A. jumps 31% in the third quarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    Camera operator Kenji Luster, left, and actor Titus Welliver, who plays Det. Harry Bosch, work on set in Hollywood for the series "Bosch" from Amazon Studios.

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  19. Lack of parking drives many away from mass transitRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    The MTA estimates that the Red Line loses as many as 1,500 riders a day because the North Hollywood station's parking lot fills up by 7:30 a.m. The MTA estimates that the Red Line loses as many as 1,500 riders a day because the North Hollywood station's parking lot fills up by 7:30 a.m. Los Angeles County has funneled billions of dollars over the last two decades into new rail lines to lure commuters out of their cars and off the region's overcrowded freeways. But many would-be train riders are struggling with how to start.

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  20. SCIBA annual award winners announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    Chef Roy Choi, shown at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, won a SCIBA Award for his memoir "L.A. Son." Chef Roy Choi, shown at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, won a SCIBA Award for his memoir "L.A. Son."

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