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  • 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...
  • California panel approves first shellfish ranch in federal waters

    California panel approves first shellfish ranch in federal waters
    The California Coastal Commission has approved development of the first shellfish ranch in federal waters, a 100-acre underwater plot for cultivating and harvesting about 2.6 million pounds of Mediterranean mussels a year. “It’s quite an...
  • Garcetti meets arts leaders to brainstorm, urge fresh thinking

    Garcetti meets arts leaders to brainstorm, urge fresh thinking
    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. Addressing about 100 Los Angeles arts leaders Tuesday at City Hall, Mayor Eric Garcetti promised a more cohesive arts policy in which a variety of city departments will be attuned to fostering...
  • BNSF Railway to pay $140,000 over chemical spill near Port of L.A.

    BNSF Railway has pleaded no contest to criminal charges and agreed to pay $140,000 in penalties, medical expenses and emergency response costs stemming from a 2012 spill of hazardous chemicals near the Port of Los Angeles, the city attorney announced this...
  • Brewery is on tap for Port of Los Angeles project

    Brewery is on tap for Port of Los Angeles project
    A long-vacant warehouse at the Port of Los Angeles dating from World War II is soon to get busier than ever with the arrival of a master beer brewer and a popular young chef. The pair intend to turn the old redwood structure into an active brewery...
  • 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...
  • Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign

    Mayor's office: Top transportation department executive to resign
    The top executive at the Los Angeles Transportation Department is stepping down, the latest to depart under Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the mayor's office told the Times. Jaime De La Vega, who had been a major influence on transportation policy...
  • All the world's onstage

    All the world's onstage
    Christian Laveau laments the cinematic representation of Native Americans. In many Hollywood movies, they live in teepees on the periphery of modernity, ride horses, dress in swatches of animal skin and plumed headdresses, and are armed with spears...
  • Men's Basketball Preview: Lions have prescription for success

    Rhett Soliday came to Vanguard University to build a men's basketball program. But in his three previous seasons, particularly the last two, he has instead been saddled with nearly enough afflicted players to support a burgeoning medical practice....
  • Acetylene bottle catches fire on top of crane at Port of L.A.

    Acetylene bottle catches fire on top of crane at Port of L.A.
    A bottle of acetylene caught fire on top of the control room of a crane at the Port of Los Angeles midday Saturday, the city Fire Department said. There was no explosion and were no injuries, said Fire Department spokesman Shawn Lenske. “We...
  • New L.A. website is opening the books on spending at City Hall

    New L.A. website is opening the books on spending at City Hall
    Los Angeles' new city controller moved Wednesday to open city finances to far deeper public scrutiny, unveiling a website that provides new details on how billions of dollars are collected and spent. The website, Control Panel L.A., gives users instant...