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  • Around Town: Railway would put town on the right track

    Ever since President Benjamin Harrison skipped La Cañada on his 1891 Pacific rail tour, La Cañada has been disconnected. Harrison’s route took him to Los Angeles, and from there to San Diego, Santa Ana, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Pasadena,...
  • Review: 'Young Turks' brings L.A. art period out of the archives

    Review: 'Young Turks' brings L.A. art period out of the archives
    A snapshot of Los Angeles artists during a cultural pivot point, the documentary "Young Turks" sparks fascination and frustration in equal measure. From 1977 to 1981, multimedia artist Stephen Seemayer filmed friends and colleagues from the downtown L....
  • A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill

    A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill
    A bill introduced this week by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) to protect against what he called “shakedown lawsuits” comes as 12 businesses in his district face similar legal action for not posting simple signage — violations...
  • Snow storm closes Grapevine in both directions

    Snow has closed the Grapevine in both directions Friday. The closure is at the Grapevine summit, and officials said they don't know when Interstate 5 will reopen. The National Weather Service said snow will drop to the 2,000-foot level, according to...
  • 1920s Mediterranean-style in Mid-Wilshire

    1920s Mediterranean-style in Mid-Wilshire
    Entered through a two-story hall with beamed ceilings, this late-20s Mediterranean-style estate retains its period craftsmanship and details. A natural stream runs through the nearly half-acre property in the Mid-Wilshire area. Location: 4922 W. 8th St.,...
  • Verdugo Views: Facts just might get in the way of a legend

    Verdugo Views: Facts just might get in the way of a legend
    There's an old saying, "a rose is a rose is a rose," and, with apologies to Gertrude Stein, I'd like to say "a legend is a legend is a legend." I'm referring to the “Legend of Montrose.” But in this case, it turns out the legend regarding the...
  • Police plan to monitor allegations

    Local police officials say the statute of limitations could confound any new investigations into priest sex abuse revelations contained in a trove of documents released recently by the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese since many of the allegations...
  • PASSINGS: Jim Sweeney, Ira Rubin, Guy Tozzoli

    Jim Sweeney Coach transformed Fresno State football Jim Sweeney, 83, who called Fresno State "a sleeping giant" when he arrived as its football coach in 1976 and then awakened the university — and the region — with 19 years of...
  • Mardi Gras, Grammy red carpet and The Walking Dead

    Mardi Gras, Grammy red carpet and The Walking Dead
    Welcome to Mardi Gras week. Even on a Monday, Internet users have plenty to gawk at as New Orleans avoids allowing a celebration to get in the way of a shooting, the Pope resigns for the  first time since the Middle Ages, and Jack White brings down...
  • The ripple effect of the arts

    The ripple effect of the arts
    Popular among economists, sociologists and software engineers, the phrase "ripple effect" has also been adopted by arts and cultural thought leaders to describe the powerful impact of the creative sector on our shared communities. Here at Center Stage,...
  • Zhuang Zedong dies at 72; helped get 'pingpong diplomacy' rolling

    It might have been a chance meeting or a cunning act of propaganda, but the encounter more than 40 years ago between two pingpong champions — one Chinese, the other American — launched what President Nixon would call "the week that changed the...