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  • Fuller & Roberts gallops dashingly into the Collection

     
    Interior designer Scott Roberts, who recently completed the offices of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation in Beverly Hills, has teamed with his partner and L.A. Times Home section subject Bryan Fuller to create Fuller & Roberts.The swank home decor boutique...
  • Football: Friday's scores

     
    Friday, October 15th CITY COLISEUM LEAGUE Crenshaw 46, West Adams 7 Dorsey 56, Locke 26 Fremont 38, Manual Arts 0 EAST VALLEY LEAGUE Grant 48, Sun Valley 7 Sun Valley Poly 30, Arleta 26 Verdugo Hills 28, Monroe 6 EASTERN......
  • Garrett Eckbo, the Brody estate's master of landscape

     
    A. Quincy Jones designed the Holmby Hills house. Decorator William "Billy" Haines created interiors. And for the garden, owner Frances Brody chose the leading Southern California landscape architect of the era, Garrett Eckbo. Eckbo (1910-2000) was a...
  • L.A. Film Critics honor Paul Mazursky

     
    Oscar-nominated writer-director Paul Mazursky is this year's recipient of the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn.'s Career Achievement Award for his collective work and contribution to film. The announcement was made early Sunday evening. “It’s...
  • Times investigation: Baca ordered criminal probe outside jurisdiction on behalf of political donor

     
    Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca directed detectives to launch a criminal investigation outside his agency's jurisdiction on behalf of a well-connected supporter who has given the sheriff political contributions and expensive gifts, a Times...
  • A new sculpture for Pershing Square?

     
    Broadway and 7th Street in downtown Los Angeles is officially known as Ezat Delijani Square, in honor of the Beverly Hills real estate developer who ended up on the front page of Monday's Times over the issue of a questionable......
  • A spanking for Lee Baca?

     
    A front-page story in Monday's Los Angeles Times points to L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca giving preferential treatment to Ezat Delijani, a real estate developer who has given several generous donations to Baca. The issue at hand: Delijani was in......
  • New York gay marriage bill needs only one more GOP nod for it to pass

     
    New York gay marriage bill very close to passing despite Obama's hesitation to come out and support same sex marriages...
  • Museums not all smiles as close to $100 million worth of art from local estates heads to Christie's

     
    When it comes to L.A. business-getting, Christie's has been on a roll. Earlier this year, the auction house broke records by selling a $106.5-million Picasso nude and a $28.6-million Jasper Johns Flag painting from two Los Angeles estates, those of......
  • Baca asks Sheriff’s Department watchdog to examine his handling of donor’s case

     
    Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca asked his department’s watchdog Tuesday to review his handling of a case in which he was accused of giving preferential treatment to a long-time supporter who has donated to the sheriff’s political campaigns and.......
  • Anthony Weiner offered Internet job by Hustler's Larry Flynt

     
    Anthony Weiner would get a 20% raise and health benefits equal to what he had in Congress...