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  • Election day, 2014, California: Reasons to vote

    Election day, 2014, California: Reasons to vote
    Political consultants know who you are. Candidates know who you are. Every election season, they buy lists from the county registrar that include not just the names and party affiliations of registered voters, but also when they voted – which...
  • Bruno Mars, Rufus Wainwright Perform for Silverlake Conservatory of Music Benefit

    Guests and benefactors of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music packed the backyard of Rob Burkle's palatial BevHills estate Nov. 1 for a private dinner and art auction hosted by Red Hot Chili Peppers bandmates Flea and Anthony Kiedis. Now in its 13th...
  • Diagonal walkways put drivers, pedestrians at different cross purposes

    Diagonal walkways put drivers, pedestrians at different cross purposes
    Over the last decade, officials have tried a series of steps to rein in cars on Los Angeles streets. They turned parking spaces into micro-parks, converted street corners into trendy plazas and reserved lanes of traffic for cyclists. Now, Mayor Eric...
  • L.A. city unions urge officials to end deals with Wall Street banks

    L.A. city unions urge officials to end deals with Wall Street banks
    As Los Angeles labor unions lock horns with City Hall managers over their next employment contract, they are taking aim at deals the city made with Wall Street banks. The Coalition of L.A. City Unions and its allies have repeatedly urged city leaders to...
  • Nearly half of Los Angeles adults double up on housing, study finds

    Nearly half of Los Angeles adults double up on housing, study finds
    When it comes to doubling up with roommates, crashing at your cousin’s or staying at your parents' house well into your 20s, there’s no place like Southern California. Nearly half of all working-age adults in Los Angeles and Orange...
  • AEG could play big role in backup plan if downtown stadium deal fails

    AEG could play big role in backup plan if downtown stadium deal fails
    You don't need to care about sports to know Anschutz Entertainment Group, a big player in downtown L.A. development circles, is trying to land an NFL team. But the machinations now playing out between AEG and City Hall go well beyond football. That's...
  • Ceremony to mark one-year anniversary of fatal shooting at LAX

    Ceremony to mark one-year anniversary of fatal shooting at LAX
    Mayor Eric Garcetti will join a ceremony at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday to mark the one-year anniversary of a shooting at Terminal 3 that claimed the life of Transportation Security Administration Officer Gerardo I. Hernandez. The...
  • Obama, shunned elsewhere, thrives in California

    Obama, shunned elsewhere, thrives in California
    Democratic politicians in tight contests elsewhere in the country may be keeping him at a distance, but President Obama is finding refuge in California, a state that has long proved one of his deepest bases of support. Friday is the midpoint of a three-...
  • More quake action needed on older concrete buildings, councilman says

    More than a year ago, council members Bernard C. Parks and Tom LaBonge called on Los Angeles officials to review and report on the city’s older concrete buildings, which are considered a major risk to life safety during a big earthquake. In January,...
  • Minimum wage boost might be bad for business

    To the editor: Few people supporting a minimum wage increase to more than $15 an hour by 2019 — far more than the $13.25 by 2017 that L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has proposed — talk about where the money to pay for it will come from. ("Six L.A....
  • Did Occupy L.A. leave a legacy? Just look beyond the City Hall lawn

    Did Occupy L.A. leave a legacy? Just look beyond the City Hall lawn
    Remember this moment? Eric Garcetti (when he was L.A. City Council president) walked out to the lawn in front of City Hall and proclaimed to a sea of tent dwellers: “Stay as long as you need, we’re here to support you.” It was three...