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  1. Sichuan food and strip-mall sweetsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Good morning. If you're in need of a sugar fix, you might want to head over to Melrose Avenue, where today Christina Tosi is opening the pink doors to the L.A. location of her insanely popular Milk Bar.

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  2. Safety, style and sustainability: What new construction looks like in a fire zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    On a sweltering day in August, as record-breaking wildfires raged throughout the state, we visited a recently-renovated home tucked into a high fire zone on the Hollywood hillside - a home designed to stand its ground against potential flames. "We had fires in this area last year," said homeowner Robert Balzebre, a commercial developer from Miami, "and they evacuated this particular hillside.

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  3. Developer Rick Caruso goes small with new Pacific Palisades shopping districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Shopping center developer Rick Caruso on the grounds of his latest project, Palisades Village in Pacific Palisades, which is opening Saturday. The heart of Pacific Palisades was choked with dozens of workers in hardhats Friday as they hurried to put the finishing touches on Palisades Village, the newest project by shopping center mogul Rick Caruso.

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  4. Man sentenced to life without parole in 2015 slaying of UCLA student found in burned apartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Alberto Medina was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of Andrea DelVesco. That much was evident as, one by one, about a dozen friends of the 21 year-old UCLA student addressed the judge - and the murderer - in a Los Angeles courtroom Friday.

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  5. The week ahead at SoCal museums, Sept. 23-30: Ai Weiwei, Victor Hugo and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Ai Weiwei's 2018 sculpture "Life Cycle" is among the artist's works that will be on display at Marciano Art Foundation. Nina Chanel Abney: Royal Flush Parallel exhibitions include paintings, watercolors and collages by the Chicago-born artist exploring urban life and our media-saturated world.

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  6. Bob Greenblatt stepping down as NBC Entertainment chairmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt is planning to step down after nearly eight years as the network's top programmer - a period that saw the peacock network return to financial prosperity and ratings success. Greenblatt has not formally announced that he is leaving, but two people close to the network said he approached NBCUniversal Chief Executive Steve Burke recent weeks and the two began negotiating his exit.

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  7. A star-studded, black-tie gala with a John Legend set marks the opening of Palisades VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    Freshly minted EGOT John Legend performs at the Thursday night black-tie gala celebrating the soon-to-open Palisades Village shopping center. Leave it to Rick Caruso, the developer responsible for the artifice of the Grove in Los Angeles and the Americana at Brand in Glendale, to throw a grand-opening party for his latest retail project, Palisades Village, gussied up as an over-the-top, star-studded, black-tie gala.

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  8. Cultural Heritage Commission supports monument status for former L.A. Times buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    The Times Mirror Building at the former Times Mirror Square. The building was erected in 1973 and designed by William Pereira, who also designed the famous Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport and other notable structures.

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  9. The Moviegoer, Sept 23-29Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    Unconventional farmer and author Joel Salatin is one of the people interviewed in the 2008 documentary "Food, Inc." Family Flicks German director Wolfgang Petersen, best known for his testosterone-fueled action movies, made his English-language debut with the popular 1984 fantasy epic The NeverEnding Story , adapted from Michael Ende's novel. Featuring the loveliest, puppy dog-like giant "luckdragon," Falkor.

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  10. After years of dramatic increases, rents are finally showing signs of slowingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    Oceanwide Plaza and Circa, both along South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, were under construction in December 2016. After a remarkable run-up in housing costs that has crimped budgets, forced families from their neighborhoods and contributed to homelessness, it appears rent growth is slowing in Southern California and across the nation.

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  11. Datebook: Experimental theater takes on the Holocaust, art between...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    A hybrid work that fuses performance, sculpture and video, and a museum show that brings the U.S. and Mexico closer together. The arts season is happening! Here's what to check out in the coming week: Hotel Modern, "KAMP," at REDCAT.

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  12. Charles Rappleye, resolute investigative journalist, dies at 62Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Investigative reporter and editor Charles Rappleye was especially interested in telling the stories of the overlooked of Los Angeles. Charles Rappleye, a resolute Los Angeles investigative reporter and editor who wrote critically acclaimed books about historical figures, has died at 62. Rappleye, who battled cancer for six years, had been working on a book about little-remembered President Zachary Taylor when he died at home in Echo Park on Saturday.

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  13. Suge Knight to serve 28 years after pleading no contest in 2015 hit-and-run deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight, left, with his defense attorney Albert DeBlanc Jr., listens to the terms of his plea of no contest to voluntary manslaughter Thursday in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. Knight, 53, will serve 28 years in state prison.

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  14. Student and employee wounded in shooting near Van Nuys charter school; two suspects arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    A high school student and an employee were wounded in a shooting near a Van Nuys charter school Thursday afternoon, officials said. Los Angeles police responded to a call of a shooting in the 6800 block of Van Nuys Boulevard near CHAMPS Charter High School of the Arts about 12:10 p.m. Officials said the shooting occurred between a Starbucks and a Jack in the Box restaurant across the street from the school.

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  15. Suge Knight to serve 28 years after pleading no contest in 2015 hit-and-run-deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight, pictured here at an earlier hearing, appeared in court Thursday. Marion "Suge" Knight pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter Thursday in the 2015 hit-and-run death of a man outside a Compton restaurant after a dispute related to the film "Straight Outta Compton."

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  16. Ocean baptisms: Believers make a fresh start in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Disciples on the Move, an evangelical Christian organization made up of Los Angeles churches, brings hundreds of homeless people to Venice Beach for an annual charity event. The group provides food, clothing, music and prayer for attendees, some of whom choose to be baptized.

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  17. Escapes: Savoring your picture-perfect summer vacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Two boys try to get a soccer ball in Jalisco, Mexico; and an exhibit of umbrellas with ballet slipper feet in Tel Aviv. Funny how the smallest encounters become part of the circle that is life.

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  18. Weekend Picks for Sept. 20-23: LA Opera's 'Don Carlo,' ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Mexican RamA3n Vargas sings the title role in LA Opera's staging of Verdi's "Don Carlo." Shows that might be worth your while this weekend include a remount of LA Opera's "Don Carlo," a second chance to see Debra Jo Rupp on stage in "The Cake," and the return of rock music titans Arcade Fire to SoCal.

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  19. For some teachers, Kavanaugh's nomination is a civics lesson for the #MeToo eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    After news broke over the weekend that a woman had accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, AP Government teacher Brandon Cabezas didn't have to ask himself whether he should talk to his students about it. His students brought it up.

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  20. 99 Seat Beat: Romanian clowns, subversive sandwich artists and human...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Something old, something new: The selections in this week's 99 Seat Beat column are either world premieres or plays making their first appearance on local stages; nevertheless, they all have deep, long-established roots in L.A.'s vibrant small theater scene. All feature characters coping with dire economic, domestic and existential predicaments.

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