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  1. Weeklong heat wave in Southern California is expected to peak SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Tom Siegel and Rand Ryan, of Los Angeles, with their dog Maisie, at Rosie's Dog Beach in Long Beach. The water in Long Beach remains closed from a sewage spill earlier in the week.

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  2. At California fundraisers, Tim Kaine predicts only that Clinton will...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Trump's campaign denied accusations that a portion of Melania Trump 's first night speech was plagiarized, she used "common words." Others affiliated with the campaign seemed to concede there were some similarities.

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  3. L.A. housing measure has an unexpected foe: tenant activistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Sasha Ali, a resident of the Yucca-Argyle Apartments, opposes a ballot initiative meant to spur the construction of more affordable housing. Sasha Ali, a resident of the Yucca-Argyle Apartments, opposes a ballot initiative meant to spur the construction of more affordable housing.

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  4. New Age crystal shops take a shine to Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Los Angeles Times

    Tonya Garcia lost two of her kids in a car accident. At the suggestion of friends, she turned to crystal healing, which New Age adherents believe uses energy contained in crystals to alleviate depression, chronic pain and disease.

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  5. Friendly yet professional: L.A.'s restaurants work hard to ensure service matches the city's vibeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Los Angeles Times

    Donato Poto manages Connie & Ted's, a low key seafood shack restaurant along Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood. The conversation about restaurants in Los Angeles is most often about food, and rightfully so, but the experience of dining in restaurants is also about something else.

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  6. Datebook: A new biennial focuses on water, paying tribute to the Merzbau, a Barnsdall takeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Los Angeles Times

    Kerry Tribe, right, who has created a film devoted to the 51 miles of the L.A. River, as part of the new Current: LA Water biennial. Kerry Tribe, right, who has created a film devoted to the 51 miles of the L.A. River, as part of the new Current: LA Water biennial.

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  7. L.A. has 46,874 people who are homeless. If we're not smart, we'll have 250,000 moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Los Angeles Times

    A man smokes a cigarette in front of his tent along Gladys Avenue in downtown Los Angeles' skid row on July 5. A man smokes a cigarette in front of his tent along Gladys Avenue in downtown Los Angeles' skid row on July 5. Tents in the Arroyo, sleeping bags on the beach, RVs parked on our boulevards. Heartbreaking visual manifestations of Los Angeles' homelessness crisis are everywhere.

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  8. Essential California: Inside an L.A. OxyContin ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Los Angeles Times

    A doctor at a clinic near MacArthur Park prescribed tens of thousands of OxyContin pills each month. The prescriptions were filled for straw patients from skid row, and the pills went to drug dealers.

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  9. Neighborhood Spotlight: Mt. Washington keeps a rustic slantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Los Angeles Times

    The origins of its name are unknown, but Mount Washington first entered the history books in 1909, when Robert Marsh built a hotel atop a mountain just a few trolley stops south of the ostrich farms and resorts of South Pasadena and Garvanza. Below the hotel, he plotted lots with spectacular views, lured potential buyers up to the mountain on his short-lived funicular train and let the vistas of basin, mountains and sea work their wiles.

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  10. Hot Property: Old money, new money and everything in betweenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Los Angeles Times

    Based on years of reporting about luxury and celebrity-owned homes, we hold these truths to be self-evident: Old money never goes out of style. Neither does a great window over a kitchen sink.

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  11. Rams running back Todd Gurley is primed to become L.A.'s next marketing superstarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Los Angeles Times

    Rams running back Todd Gurley poses on Hollywood Boulevard during an advertising photo shoot for an NFL line of menswear. Rams running back Todd Gurley poses on Hollywood Boulevard during an advertising photo shoot for an NFL line of menswear.

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  12. Datebook: Rosamund Felsen's last show, surreal installations inspired ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    An installation view of Alex Da Corte's "Die Hexe" in New York City. The artist is the subject of a solo show at Art + Practice in Los Angeles.

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  13. Caleb Duffy has an eye for turning L.A.'s hidden gems into myriad cinematic worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Caleb Duffy is a man of exacting frames. Even his thick black rimmed glasses connote focus and blocking out the extraneous.

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  14. Going full curry cray at E.P. & L.P. with Aussie chef Louis TikaramRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Louis Tikaram, the 31-year-old executive chef at E.P. & L.P. , a Thai-Fijian-Indian-Chinese restaurant in West Hollywood, is at a prep station in his open kitchen, behind a long, shiny metal chef's counter, putting on latex gloves. He's preparing to peel and chop a pound of turmeric for a large batch of his turmeric and coconut curry with clams, and he doesn't want to stain his hands.

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  15. Outfest Los Angeles embraces the LGBT-friendly mainstream with 'Ghostbusters' and moreRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | Los Angeles Times

    In the new "Ghostbusters," the ghoul-fighting force is, from left, Abby , Holtzmann , Erin and Patty . In the new "Ghostbusters," the ghoul-fighting force is, from left, Abby , Holtzmann , Erin and Patty .

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  16. California Inc.: Zombies, bikes, jobs and grillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Los Angeles Times

    When trading resumes Tuesday, investors will be watching whether the stock market can retain the momentum it had at the end of last week when U.S. stocks had almost completely recovered from the losses suffered after British citizens voted to leave the European Union. The Bank of England has promised to take steps to boost the British economy, but U.S. investors may be looking close to home when the latest national jobs report is released Friday.

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  17. Essential California: The future of self-driving carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 3 | Los Angeles Times

    For the men and women who lived through the Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, there is no closure. Fighting off the horror of that event is a daily struggle, they say.

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  18. When in SoCal, do as the Romans (and the Greeks) doRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 3 | Los Angeles Times

    The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, seen here on Jan. 13, is but one obvious tribute to ancient art and architecture that can be found in the Los Angeles region. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, seen here on Jan. 13, is but one obvious tribute to ancient art and architecture that can be found in the Los Angeles region.

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  19. Essential Arts & Culture: Obama library architect chosen, the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 2 | Los Angeles Times

    Happy Fourth of July! May your barbecues be searing and your beer chilled. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and this is your essential guide to the week's top arts and culture stories.

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  20. Around the Clubs: Plenty to celebrate during Fourth of July weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Los Angeles Times

    What's more American than heading deep into the California wilderness for some mind-bending music on July Fourth weekend? Zoetics in Xanadu , a new festival from Los Angeles party people Restless Nites, is as cheekily mystical as the name implies, bringing in a wide swatch of L.A. techno talent to a private desert locale about three hours north of town. It's a small-scale fest that's promising total freedom on a weekend celebrating exactly that.

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