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  1. Rogue Machine Theatre trades Hollywood for VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 11 | Los Angeles Times

    Electric Lodge in Venice will be the new home for Rogue Machine Theatre, which has made its home at the Met Theatre in Hollywood. Rogue Machine, one of Los Angeles' more prominent small-theater companies, is heading west this fall, relocating from Hollywood to Venice.

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  2. Land and sea ceviches from Peru and EcuadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Los Angeles Times

    As it turns out, the whole roasted guinea pig was not the most memorable dish from a recent trip to Peru and Ecuador. And it wasn't the tree tomatoes or polka-dotted potatoes either.

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  3. The Moviegoer, Aug. 12-18Read the original story

    Friday Aug 10 | Los Angeles Times

    Acropolis Cinema In Milla , teenage lovers get by squatting in an abandoned house in a French fishing village until the baby-faced girl becomes pregnant and has a child. French-Armenian director Valerie Massadian made the 2017 film while a fellow at the Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center.

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  4. HBO's 'Ballers' heads to Los Angeles, where the story lines are oh-so HollyweirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Los Angeles Times

    At one point in Sunday night's season opener of HBO's "Ballers," lead sports agent Spencer Strasmore takes business partner Joe Krutel to a spot below the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro. Strasmore sadly explains how this was the place where his older brother, a onetime USC quarterback headed for fame but derailed by the NCAA, ended his life with a tragic fatal leap.

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  5. 'Crazy Rich Asians': Nico Santos is here for queer representationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Los Angeles Times

    In "Crazy Rich Asians," precious few friendly faces greet Rachel Chu as she enters the lavish old money world of boyfriend Nick Young's Singaporean relatives... with the exception of kindred spirits such as Oliver, a fashion designer cousin of Nick and the self-described "rainbow sheep of the family" who befriends the overwhelmed American. Filipino American actor Nico Santos was born and raised in Manila until his teens, when he moved to Oregon.

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  6. California's share of top 100 films falls to five-year lowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Los Angeles Times

    California is losing ground when it comes to hosting the highest-grossing films, as the global competition for Hollywood dollars intensifies. Among the top 100 highest-grossing domestic films released in 2017, only 10 were filmed in California - the lowest level in five years and half the number in 2014, according to an annual survey by FilmL.A., which handles film permits for the Los Angeles region.

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  7. Catching the wave - and some tasty guitar solos - at a surf music conventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Los Angeles Times

    Pete Curry on drums and Matt Quilter, right, perform during the Paul Johnson tribute Saturday at the Surf Guitar 101 convention in Torrance. The Blue Hawaiians from Los Angeles were there, as were Frankie & the Pool Boys from San Francisco and Fascinating Creatures of the Deep from Santa Cruz.

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  8. Essential California: Trump's logging proposal is more kindling for controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter . It's Tuesday, Aug. 7, and here's what's happening across California: Logging has for decades been among California's most divisive environmental issues - and the controversy shows little chance of cooling as the Trump administration backs new efforts to thin forests.

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  9. Essential California: A destructive summer brings blunt talk about climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 6 | Los Angeles Times

    Facing temperatures in the 90s, Guillermo Salazar of Reseda takes a break from mountain biking at San Vicente Mountain Park in Los Angeles last month. Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter .

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  10. Cars are running over people left and right. So why is LAPD targeting pedestrians and not motorists?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 6 | Los Angeles Times

    As a Los Angeles pedestrian, I never take it for granted that my life won't suddenly end at the hands of a careless motorist. I don't own a car.

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  11. 'Everyone loves hummus,' notes one chef. And, as with risotto,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Los Angeles Times

    Little Beast's black-eyed pea hummus adapted from a recipe provided by chef Sean Lowenthal, owner of Little Beast restaurant in Los Angeles. Hummus is definitely having a moment.

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  12. Essential California: Hollywood's new normal?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 2 | Los Angeles Times

    Filmmaker James Gunn was fired as director of "Guardians of the Galaxy" because of old tweets that recently emerged in which he joked about subjects such as pedophilia and rape. Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter .

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  13. Today: A Reprieve for 'Sanctuary' CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 2 | Los Angeles Times

    President Trump may think California is "out of control," but a U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel has decided, 2 to 1, that his administration may not punish immigrant-friendly "sanctuary" cities and counties by withholding federal funds. At the same time, the court gave the president a victory by removing a nationwide injunction, saying no place outside California appeared to be affected.

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  14. A new collection gathers the exotic sounds of Paul Page, a seafaring...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 2 | Los Angeles Times

    Although born in Indiana and quite obviously Caucasian, the handsome, would-be seafaring musician who recorded as Paul Page made his name writing and singing sweet, slightly surreal songs about the Pacific Rim lifestyle. Throughout his life, the artist, who started his career in the 1930s, was a bandleader on NBC Radio, moonlighted as a male model and spent more than three decades entertaining diners and dancers at dozens of Polynesian-themed Southern California bars and restaurants, along the way recording a series of albums that romanticized island life.

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  15. The RealReal's first SoCal store boasts a dedicated men's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Los Angeles Times

    An exterior view of the RealReal's new 12,000-square-foot West Hollywood store, which officially opened its doors on July 31. Luxury consignment website the RealReal officially opened its first West Coast bricks-and-mortar concept store Tuesday, a 12,000-square-foot space at the intersection of Melrose Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard in West Hollywood that aims to make the buying - and selling - of high-end goods as fun and frictionless as possible thanks to dedicated areas for womenswear, menswear, high-end sneakers, children's clothes, women's handbags and jewelry as well as a snack bar and consignment office.

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  16. Nobe Kawano, longtime Dodgers clubhouse manager, dies at 95Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Dodgers equipment manager, Nobe Kawano, is shown with just a portion of the gear that the club will use in a single season. There wasn't much place in professional baseball - not in the 1930s - for a pair of Japanese American brothers who loved to play the game.

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  17. Today: The Tragedy of California's WildfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | Los Angeles Times

    The death toll from the wildfires in California has continued to rise , with eight fatalities reported - two fire crew members in the Ferguson fire near Yosemite and six people in the Carr fire in and around Redding. Among the six were a 70-year-old woman and her two great-grandchildren, whom she tried to save with a wet blanket.

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  18. Will it take until 2047 to extend the Metro to West Hollywood?Read the original story

    Monday Jul 30 | Los Angeles Times

    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's passenger rail system stretches deep into the corners of Los Angeles County, drawing commuters to downtown from Long Beach, Azusa, North Hollywood and Santa Monica. But only a handful of the Metro system's 93 stations intersect with a second line, a design that often forces riders to travel miles out of the way to change trains.

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  19. Crowd for Garcia-Easter fight proves Los Angeles is boxing's spiritual centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Mikey Garcia raises his arm after the 11th round against Robert Easter Jr. during their WBC and IBF world lightweight title bout in Los Angeles, Saturday, July 28, 2018. At right is Judge Jack Reiss.

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  20. Review: Do you see stars? The sun? An eye? The unexpected discoveries in Robert Gunderman's worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 28 | Los Angeles Times

    After dropping out of art school, Robert Gunderman joined the military and served as a small-arms specialist on a rapid response expeditionary team before being honorably discharged in 1987. Then he teamed up with artist Randy Sommer to found and run a couple of art galleries: Food House in Santa Monica and Acme in Los Angeles .

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