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  • Mayor Garcetti's 'back to basics' approach is working

    Mayor Garcetti's 'back to basics' approach is working
    There was a little snickering when Mayor Eric Garcetti framed his ambition as getting Los Angeles government “back to basics.” It seemed to some — including me — that this approach, while important, also allowed him to duck...
  • Marriott hotel chain pushes the envelope on housekeeper tipping

    Marriott hotel chain pushes the envelope on housekeeper tipping
    Sonia Rosales pushes a cart laden with hundreds of pounds of soiled linen, shampoos and cleaning supplies through the JW Marriott hotel at L.A. Live, wrangling 20-pound inserts out of duvet covers, cleaning bathrooms and folding towels. The 45-year-...
  • Century-old Los Feliz house not deemed historic, could be demolished

    Century-old Los Feliz house not deemed historic, could be demolished
    A century-old house in Los Feliz -- one of the few remaining residences designed by the firm of Los Angeles City Hall architect A.C. Martin -- could face the wrecking ball after a city commission decided Thursday not to recommend making it a historic...
  • John Deasy's future

    It would be a great loss to the students of Los Angeles Unified School District if Supt. John Deasy left his job or were fired, especially if the enormous and welcome sense of urgency he brings to education left with him. Deasy's leadership over the...
  • Higher-wage industries boost hiring in L.A., but income growth lags

    Higher-wage industries boost hiring in L.A., but income growth lags
    California is “in growth mode from top to bottom,” but the expansion is happening unevenly around the state, a report by Los Angeles research firm Beacon Economics found. Employment in the Los Angeles area is expected to hit its prerecession...
  • Drought-conscious residents turn the water tables on public agencies

    Drought-conscious residents turn the water tables on public agencies
    The scene captured on video by a onetime aspiring filmmaker had neither actors nor dialogue, but it spoke volumes: A stream of water from a leaking sprinkler pooled on the ground, creating a miniature marsh. Above the glistening pond, silver block...
  • John Williams honored at L.A. Phil Gala

    John Williams honored at L.A. Phil Gala
    The event: The LA Phil 2014 Gala launched the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s season Tuesday with “A Celebration of John Williams” at Walt Disney Concert Hall, raising a whopping $3.5 million for the organization and its education programs. ...
  • Metro breaks ground on key downtown L.A. subway link

    Metro breaks ground on key downtown L.A. subway link
    Transportation officials Tuesday cheered the start of construction for a subway project designed to close a frustrating gap in Los Angeles County's growing rail network. During a symbolic groundbreaking in Little Tokyo, local and federal representatives...
  • $15.37 minimum wage heads to Garcetti's desk as hotel group complains

    $15.37 minimum wage heads to Garcetti's desk as hotel group complains
    As the Los Angeles City Council gave final approval Wednesday to a minimum wage increase for workers in large hotels, opponents of the measure reminded city officials they're not going down without a fight. The American Hotel and Lodging Assn. filed...
  • Darth Vader, Storm Troopers Crash Stage as L.A. Philharmonic Honors John Williams

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic started its sixth year under conductor Gustavo Dudamel by honoring composer John Williams on Tuesday at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. "Musicians try to be close to composers like Mahler, Shostakovich. But in this opportunity,...
  • Brown vetoes effort to give unions greater say on labor-dispute boards

    Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have given public employee unions a greater say over who serves on the influential panels that issue decisions on labor-management disputes in L.A. city and county government. Brown said the measure, which...