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  1. Toronto 2017: Films by Darren Aronofsky, Angelina Jolie and Guillermo ...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    The Toronto International Film festival will slim down its lineup this year by about 20%, hoping to remove some of the bloat that lately has made the festival a comprehensive but dizzying affair. But if the quantity of the films has decreased, the quality of the included filmmakers has not: new movies by Darren Aronofsky , Alexander Payne and Guillermo del Toro will all play the post-Labor Day gathering.

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  2. They discover, they gentrify, they ruin: How 'progress' is wrecking Los Angeles neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Los Angeles Times

    A few months ago, on a Sunday morning, I drove from my house near the Venice Pier over to Abbot Kinney Boulevard to meet my cousin for a cup of coffee at Blue Bottle, which is to coffee what the French Laundry is to dinner: peak fetishization. I circled the block a few times, adamant that I would not pay $9 to park in order to buy a $5 cup of coffee.

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  3. It's an Aussie invasion. Australian fashion brands and designers turn ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Here are looks from Australian fashion brands Gorman, from left, Showpo and Grace Loves Lace, which are part of a growing number of labels and designers from Down Under that are landing in Los Angeles. Here are looks from Australian fashion brands Gorman, from left, Showpo and Grace Loves Lace, which are part of a growing number of labels and designers from Down Under that are landing in Los Angeles.

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  4. Ana Lily Amirpour shoots from the gut with dystopian cannibal love story 'The Bad Batch'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 25 | Los Angeles Times

    People have been asking Ana Lily Amirpour to explain herself a lot lately with the release of "The Bad Batch," a psychedelic cannibal Western in which society's undesirables are kicked out through a Texas border wall and left to wander the unforgiving wasteland. But answers don't come easily with the gory quasi-love story that won Amirpour the special jury prize at the Venice Film Festival last year.

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  5. Irate commuters threaten a lawsuit over narrowed streets in Playa Vista and Playa del ReyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    South Bay commuters looking to avoid the 405 Freeway have long taken an alternate route through Playa del Rey, passing the coastline and the Ballona Wetlands to reach Santa Monica. The route is popular - with more than 24,000 vehicles per day - but some residents complained that harried commuters speeding through the neighborhood put pedestrians and children at risk.

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  6. Why parking has gotten even tighter for disabled drivers in L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Del Hunter-White, who has lived in Venice since the early 1990s and has arthritis, points out a disabled parking spot at a property three blocks from her home. Del Hunter-White, who has lived in Venice since the early 1990s and has arthritis, points out a disabled parking spot at a property three blocks from her home.

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  7. A 4-car pileup could have been tragic. Instead, it brought an unlikely group of Angelenos togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Brennan Milligan, 28, was on his bike in Venice when he was hit by a driver who rear-ended a car, then crashed into him. Milligan flew onto the hood, landed on his feet, got back on his bike and caught up with the driver, who fled the scene.

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  8. I told myself I was going to AA meetings to meet guysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    I wasn't exactly trolling for men when I attended my first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, but I'd heard on good authority that a particular 12-step meeting near my home in Venice was the place to meet people on the Westside. Before you judge me: At the time I was trying on what it was like to be sober, having spent the past couple months in a self-loathing, lonely place, forced to confront the fact that this party girl was, and had been for quite some time, a self-destructive binge drinker.

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  9. Neighborhood Spotlight: Westchester evolves into a techie utopiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Surrounded by bluffs, the ocean, the 405 Freeway and LAX, Westchester started out as a windswept plain in a remote corner of the Los Angeles basin. Its evolution into the site of a vast planned community - and a center of the aviation industry - is in many ways the tale of one ambitious developer and his industry-defining approach to building suburban homes.

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  10. An extraordinary power shift toward charters on the Los Angeles school boardRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    LAUSD board president and incumbent District 4 member Steve Zimmer, left, embraces Anika Fernandez, right, following an impassioned concession speech at his election night gathering in Venice, Calif., on May 16. LAUSD board president and incumbent District 4 member Steve Zimmer, left, embraces Anika Fernandez, right, following an impassioned concession speech at his election night gathering in Venice, Calif., on May 16. The extraordinary just happened: A well-liked and dedicated incumbent on the Los Angeles school board - the president of the board , no less - was ousted from his spot in Tuesday's election, and by a large margin. Or maybe it wasn't so extraordinary.

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  11. Frederick Hammersley at L.A. Louver: There's more than meets the eyeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    If you're familiar with the paintings of Frederick Hammersley, you'll be thrilled to see this beautifully installed survey at the Venice gallery L.A. Louver. And if you're new to the art of Hammersley , then you're in for an even bigger treat.

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  12. Essential California: In Venice, hoping for an end to homeless campsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Stephen Butler, left, of the St. Joseph Center, talks with Jack on a sidewalk on Rose Avenue in Venice. St. Joseph is leading what is called a C3 outreach team offering services to the homeless.

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  13. Here's why a busy downtown Honda dealership is moving to South L.A. near the ColiseumRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    One of the country's busiest Honda sellers will move from downtown's auto row to South Los Angeles as billions of dollars worth of development flow to blocks near the historic Memorial Coliseum - and online car shopping makes dealership locations less significant. Honda of Downtown Los Angeles is set to break ground Thursday on a once-blighted corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to put up an unusual five-story dealership valued at more than $30 million nearly three miles from its current location.

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  14. LAPD officer at center of high-profile shooting in Venice also faces domestic violence chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Officer Clifford Proctor, on crutches, was photographed after he fatally shot Brendon Glenn along the Venice boardwalk in 2015. A Los Angeles police officer who Chief Charlie Beck says should be criminally charged for shooting an unarmed man in Venice is now facing new allegations: that he committed domestic violence against two women in Orange County.

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  15. Essential California: The riots changed the LAPD, but many young...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    LAPD officer Delwin Fields guards the intersection at Central and 46th Street on April 30, 1992. Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter .

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  16. As gentrification pushed blacks out of a seaside enclave, some used...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 29, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Cousins Petronia Dabbs, 71, and Mary McElmore, 83, on Brooks Avenue where they both grew up. Both women own homes that they refuse to sell to developers.

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  17. Driver who struck and killed a teen while fleeing LAPD officers is sentenced to 27 years in prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    A picture of Jack Phoenix hangs on clothing tags in Sake, a store the Phoenix family opened to memorialize their 15-year-old son, a young graphic designer who was struck and killed by the driver of a stolen car fleeing Los Angeles police in November 2015. A picture of Jack Phoenix hangs on clothing tags in Sake, a store the Phoenix family opened to memorialize their 15-year-old son, a young graphic designer who was struck and killed by the driver of a stolen car fleeing Los Angeles police in November 2015.

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  18. Food Bowl Schedule of Events AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    The Los Angeles Times has released the program schedule for the inaugural Food Bowl , a festival celebrating the city's dynamic food scene and promoting awareness about hunger, spanning the entire month of May. Food Bowl will feature many of the chefs and restaurants that have helped put Los Angeles on the map as a premier dining destination alongside world-renowned chefs in rare local appearances. The festival will also support food access, sustainability and waste reduction through charity partners and participating events.

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  19. This OG boot camp still delivers one of the toughest workouts in L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Barry's Bootcamp is a rarity in the ultra-competitive Los Angeles fitness scene, still packing them in after 18 years while other boutiques and trends have come and gone. Its signature treadmill and strength workout is in 32 locations, from its original West Hollywood gym to New York and even Norway.

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  20. Prepare to have garden envy at L.A.'s premier native plant tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    A front yard filled with natives complements a 1923 stone cottage in Sun Valley. The garden is one of more than 30 included on the annual Theodore Payne Native Plant Tour on April 1 and 2. A front yard filled with natives complements a 1923 stone cottage in Sun Valley.

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