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  1. 'Funeral burglar' sentenced to four years in prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Brett Rogers, 45, shown in an image from surveillance video, was sentenced to four years in prison for burglarizing the homes of people who had been attending funerals. A man has been sentenced to four years in prison for burglarizing the homes of people who were attending funerals, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said.

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  2. Anchorage earthquake was a big one, but it could have been much worse. Why L.A. should take warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Los Angeles Times

    A magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook merchandise from the shelves at Andy's Ace Hardware in Anchorage on Friday. But for all the ferocity of the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck the Anchorage area on Friday, the temblor did not cause the catastrophic damage or loss of life that have occurred from even smaller quakes both around the world and in California.

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  3. High School Female Athlete of the Week: Janie Marcus kept battling for CdM girls' tennisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Janie Marcus went 34-11 in singles this season for the Corona del Mar High girls' tennis team. She did it as a freshman and sophomore when she attended Los Angeles Marlborough.

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  4. Brentwood Country Mart marks 70 years with old and new tenantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    The beloved retail village Brentwood Country Mart celebrated its 70th anniversary on Wednesday with a dinner hosted by owner James Rosenfield and his wife Heather, designed by Alice Ryan and prepared by FarmShop. Guests included tenants such as Jenny Belushi, Jenni Kayne , Mary Alice Haney and Kendall Conrad as well as friends such as Jessica Capshaw, Molly Sims and Shiva Rose.

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  5. Datebook: The power of monuments, Greek mythology reframed and iconic portraitureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    "The Toppling of the VendA me Column," 1871, by Bruno Braquehais, on view at the Getty Research Institute. An exhibition that highlights the monumental and another that features paintings inspired by classical mythology.

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  6. Review: Dot by dot, painter Peter Williams makes points about racial violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Peter Williams' pointillist painting technique, crowding thousands of tiny dots of enamel color within pencil-drawn contours of people, places and things, is not the same as the celebrated one pioneered more than a century ago by Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. His look yields a very different feel from the measured, careful tone of those French Postimpressionists.

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  7. Buck Mason to open its largest L.A. retail space on Larchmont BoulevardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    The new Buck Mason store on Larchmont Boulevard is the brand's third in the L.A. area. On Dec. 1, Los Angeles menswear brand Buck Mason will add to its existing list of retail outposts in Silver Lake and Venice with the opening of its third and largest local shop.

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  8. Interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard goes for the gold with new unisex collection of ringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Martyn Lawrence Bullard , the Architectural Digest Top 100 interior designer whose client list includes Cher, the Kardashians and the Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles, is now also designing jewelry. Bullard's new collection of 20 rings is his first foray outside of the interior design category in his 25-year career.

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  9. A 'Y' intersection shouldn't disrupt the Green Line service South Bay residents rely onRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    A Green Line train passes the connecting tracks to the future Crenshaw Line in El Segundo on Jan. 22, 2018. To the editor: The article on the service challenges posed by the rail intersection between Metro's current Green Line and the future Crenshaw Line omitted the fact that the agency's Operations, Safety and Customer Experience Committee had already recommended Option C-3 - which would maintain Green Line service from South Bay cities to the Blue Line and the Silver Line - for opening day service.

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  10. Swastikas spray-painted on famed African American mural in Crenshaw, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    A famed Crenshaw mural that depicts African American icons was found defaced with swastikas on Thursday morning. Four swastikas were found painted across the face of a Crenshaw mural depicting African American women Thursday morning, police said.

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  11. Gloria Katz, 'American Graffiti' screenwriter and 'Star Wars' script doctor, dies at 76Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Candy Clark, left, Charles Martin Smith and Ron Howard in a scene from the 1973 film "American Graffiti." Hollywood screenwriter Gloria Katz - who co-wrote "American Graffiti" and helped give Princess Leia her power in "Star Wars" - has died.

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  12. Stars will be out - and seeking prime seating - for Fury-Wilder fight at Staples CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    A collection of greatest living Lakers are expected to attend Saturday's Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight title fight at Staples Center. LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal and Jerry West have all committed to attend the most significant heavyweight bout on U.S. soil since Lennox Lewis knocked out Mike Tyson in Memphis in 2002.

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  13. Family of Trader Joe's manager who was fatally shot by police sues city and two LAPD officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    A photo of Melyda Corado, who was fatally shot by police in July, with family members is displayed behind attorney Ron Rosengarten during a news conference Thursday announcing the filing of a lawsuit against the city and the LAPD. The family of a Trader Joe's assistant manager who was fatally shot by a Los Angeles police officer during a gun battle with a fleeing suspect outside the store in Silver Lake filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and two LAPD officers on Thursday.

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  14. Review: 'Senso' uncovers a visually splendid Italian melodrama rarely seen in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    For a much admired work by a major director, "Senso" has taken a long time to get to Los Angeles theaters in a form close to its original shape. Now that it has, we can see both what we've been missing and why it's taken so long.

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  15. L.A. considers raising speed limits on more than 100 miles of streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    L.A. officials are considering raising speed limits on more than 100 miles of city streets in order to comply with a state law that has prevented police officers from ticketing speeders. Above, cars travel along Zelzah Avenue in the San Fernando Valley.

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  16. L.A. considers raising speed limits on more than 100 miles of streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    L.A. officials are considering raising speed limits on more than 100 miles of city streets in order to comply with a state law that has prevented police officers from ticketing speeders. Above, cars travel along Zelzah Avenue in the San Fernando Valley.

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  17. 'Black Panther' costume designer Ruth E. Carter is Hollywood royalty - with or without the awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    Ruth E. Carter wasn't supposed to be an Oscar-nominated costume designer. At least, that's not what she envisioned as a child growing up in Springfield, Mass.

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  18. Jewelry designer Sheryl Lowe wants her pieces to create a sense of adventure for the wearerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    As a makeup artist working on movie sets in obscure towns around the country, Sheryl Lowe would be invited to accompany colleagues on antiquing trips. While her friends rhapsodized about prewar quilts and other treasures, Lowe's interests were elsewhere.

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  19. After years of debate, L.A. legalizes sidewalk vending: 'This means freedom'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Capping years of protests and debate, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday passed an ordinance legalizing and regulating vending on city sidewalks. In Los Angeles, they have long been a familiar sight: the vendors who hawk ice cream from pushcarts in Echo Park, sell bottled water to sweaty tourists strolling in Hollywood, and show off their wares under rainbow-y umbrellas in the Fashion District.

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  20. Metro secures $100-million federal grant to extend the Purple Line to West L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Crews work on the Metro Purple Line subway at La Brea and Wilshire in 2017. The $9-billion, nine-mile project will connect West Los Angeles to downtown by rail.

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