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  • In Mexico, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's Spanish goes far

    In Mexico, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's Spanish goes far
    MEXICO CITY — When historians write about 21st century Los Angeles, they'll probably observe that Eric Garcetti was the second Spanish-speaking L.A. mayor in a row to make an official visit to the Mexican capital. They may also note how trips such...
  • Labor group claims port trucking companies treat drivers unfairly

    Labor group claims port trucking companies treat drivers unfairly
    Representatives of a labor-friendly campaign to improve the wages and working conditions of port truckers asserted Wednesday that the vast majority of drivers are victims of widespread workplace violations by trucking companies. Instead of being treated...
  • The Harbor Report: Enjoying the winter breeze

    The Harbor Report: Enjoying the winter breeze
    I started this week by taking my bicycle ride on the beach trail, and as the crisp winter air touched my face, I looked out over Catalina as a boxer looks at his next opponent. This weekend is the Mid-Winter Catalina Island Race (formerly known as the...
  • Rock Hall of Famer Darlene Love conquers all

    Rock Hall of Famer Darlene Love conquers all
    This week Oprah Winfrey announced that her OWN network’s first scripted TV movie will be a treatment of the memoir “My Name Is Love: The Darlene Love Story." This is a cherry on the top of a lot of recent good fortune for Love, who will...
  • Boys' volleyball: City playoff pairings

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL CITY DIVISION I First round, Thursday, 7 p.m. #17 South East at #16 Narbonne #20 Los Angeles Hamilton at #13 Cleveland #19 Monroe at #14 El Camino Real #18 Sun Valley Poly at #15 Bell   Second round, Tuesday, 7 p.m....
  • Port of Long Beach prepares for long-term closures along 710 Freeway

    Port of Long Beach prepares for long-term closures along 710 Freeway
    Long Beach officials are bracing for the closure of a major connector between the 710 Freeway and Terminal Island starting Saturday, part of the massive effort to replace the aging Gerald Desmond Bridge. Traffic headed toward the Port of Long Beach will...
  • Garcetti to endorse Robert Garcia in Long Beach mayoral race

    Garcetti to endorse Robert Garcia in Long Beach mayoral race
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is expected to endorse the Long Beach mayoral campaign of Robert Garcia on Tuesday, marking one of the most high-profile endorsements in the race so far. The L.A. mayor is expected to join the Long Beach councilman at a...
  • Robert Lepage has helped Cirque du Soleil evolve with 'Totem'

     Robert Lepage has helped Cirque du Soleil evolve with 'Totem'
    Cirque du Soleil is famously protective about the artistic process that goes into its elaborate shows. So it's refreshing to speak with someone like Robert Lepage, the acclaimed Canadian director, who is relatively forthcoming about working for the...
  • Aviation buffs of Condor Squadron keep vintage WWII aircraft flying

    Aviation buffs of Condor Squadron keep vintage WWII aircraft flying
    On the west side of Van Nuys Airport it's like World War II never ended. Vintage propeller planes once flown by U.S. Navy, Army Air Forces and Royal Air Force pilots are parked wingtip to wingtip along the taxiway. Nearby buildings are painted in...
  • Men's Basketball: Lions wake up for win

    Men's Basketball: Lions wake up for win
    With nine days since their last game, members of the Vanguard University men's basketball team needed more than subtle reminders Friday about some of the of the fundamental aspects of execution, Coach Rhett Soliday said. But in the first of two games in...
  • L.A. storms to grow more destructive as sea level rises, study says

    L.A. storms to grow more destructive as sea level rises, study says
    Major storms will be more destructive to coastal areas of Los Angeles as sea level rise accelerates over the century, according to a new study the city of Los Angeles commissioned to help it adjust to climate change. The study by USC took inventory of...