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  • Grill 'em All

     
    Photograph by Larry Harnisch / Los Angeles Times X-treme dining on Tuesday at Grill 'em All in Highland Park. I took a break from blogging the other evening, and on the spur of the moment thought I would check in......
  • Suspect Sought in Armed Robbery of Neighborhood Market

    Suspect Sought in Armed Robbery of Neighborhood Market
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Police have released surveillance video of a suspect in an armed robbery at a neighborhood market near Lincoln Heights. The robbery happened last month at a market in the 3300 block of Griffin Avenue. Police say the suspect...
  • Animals Disappearing from L.A. Shelters, Probe Launched

    Animals Disappearing from L.A. Shelters, Probe Launched
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- City officials are investigating the disappearance of 64 animals from six shelters over the past year. Nearly 40 of the missing animals, mostly dogs, were housed at the North Central shelter on Lacy Street in Lincoln...
  • Modern place in historic Lincoln Heights

    Modern place in historic Lincoln Heights
    Lincoln Heights dates to the 1880s and is one of Los Angeles' first neighborhoods outside downtown. But here, carved into a bluff, sit twin houses that look like 21st century refugees from a modern architecture magazine: Sleek and boxy, with the top floor...
  • Why your 50 cents for The Times is the best bargain in the world

    Way back in my cub days at the Oakland Tribune, the paper I read growing up, I learned to check the bulletin board every day to see who the owner was. We had four of them in six years, and a wise man would have known then to leave journalism for dry-...
  • A Lincoln Heights fixer-upper is transformed into a country escape in urban L.A.

    A Lincoln Heights fixer-upper is transformed into a country escape in urban L.A.
    THE classified ad caught Ilse Ackerman's eye: "Lincoln Heights Fixer-Upper. Artist Vision Required. On cul-de-sac." No address was listed. Intrigued -- and determined -- she and husband Meeno Peluce drove to every cul-de-sac in the area in search of "For...
  • SoCal eateries that are worth a cross-town trip

    A SEAFOOD PARADISE IN SAN DIEGO You want great produce, you go where the farmers are. You want great seafood, you go to to the San Diego waterfront, a few hundred yards from the sport-fishing fleet, a few blocks from the yacht brokers of Shelter Island....
  • Market Watch: Atwater Village market's local tomato grower, Cameron Slocum

    Market Watch: Atwater Village market's local tomato grower, Cameron Slocum
    Cameron Slocum pulls up to the Atwater Village farmers market in the Tomatomobile, a 1980s Volvo station wagon with crude icons of tomatoes, blue on the right side, pink on the left, scrawled everywhere including the windows, along with a plug for "The...
  • L.A. City Council wants bullet train officials to weigh two options for Union Station

     
    The Los Angeles City Council unanimously urged officials at the California High Speed Rail Authority today to consider two proposed alternatives for the bullet train stop at Union Station downtown. Councilman Ed Reyes said the alternatives were crucial to...
  • City to consider alternatives to widening historic Los Angeles River bridge

     
    City engineers will look for an alternative to widening a historic bridge over the Los Angeles River as part of a seismic retrofitting project, officials said Wednesday. Members of the City Council’s Transportation Committee urged that the iconic 82-...
  • L.A. firefighters battle brush fire in Lincoln Heights [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles firefighters were battling a small brush fire Tuesday night in Lincoln Heights. Water-dropping helicopters were attacking the blaze from the air as ground crews were surrounding the fire. About four acres of brush had burned, the Los Angeles.....