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On deck: Cardinals at Dodgers, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

Where: Dodger Stadium TV: SNLA (where available) THE PITCHERS DODGERS LHP DODGERS LHP CLAYTON KERSHAW (7-2, 2.15) vs. Cardinals: 6-5, 3.18 ERA (15 starts) At Dodger Stadium: 74-30, 1.99 ERA (141 starts) Hates to face: Dexter Fowler, 20 for 50 (.400), 3 doubles Loves to face: Jhonny Peralta, 4 for 18 (.222), 8 Ks CARDINALS RHP […]

Aliso Viejo homebuying: How 2017 started

208 homes sold so far this year in Aliso Viejo, vs. 211 a year ago at this time.

Where and how much deadly addictions have consumed America

A county by county look at deaths by drug poisoning in the U.S. over time.

9 tips for taking toddlers to Disneyland

Taking little kids anywhere is tough, but here's how to do it right at Disneyland.

Zombee Donuts scares up themed pastries; church opens space to a family

A mother and daughter’s love of zombies and baking has had them serving paranormal pastries out of a horror-themed doughnut shop in Fullerton for years. Zombee Donuts was started in 2014 by Marie Theodore and Vanessa Guillen. Both big fans of “The Walking Dead,” the two decided to bake the show’s horror themes into their […]

11 burning questions about Zillow Instant Offers

Today portal giant Zillow launched its Instant Offers program in two test markets. The announcement will undoubtedly rattle the industry. To help you cut through the noise, here are 11 burning questions with our best take on answers...

Opendoor vs. Zillow Instant Offers: Who wins?

Zillow Group is testing a new service that looks a lot like Opendoor. Sellers can use “Zillow Instant Offers” to get a bid on their property within 24 hours, and if they choose to accept it, close in as little as a week...

Zillow launches ‘Instant Offers’ pilot program for homesellers

Today, Zillow launched a pilot program in two cities -- Las Vegas and Orlando, Florida -- called “Zillow Instant Offers,” with the promise that a home sale transaction can be completed in as little as a week...

Tenderloin grocery store, frightened NIMBYs, and luxury rentals

Four things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. The Tenderloin’s “food swamp” Almost a decade after the promise of a Tenderloin grocery...Show More Summary

Reminder: Alamo Square set to finally reopen Wednesday

Prepare for incoming selfie sticks It’s a long time coming, but San Francisco’s most photogenic block of open space will open to the public on Wednesday, almost precisely a year after closing. Originally, Recreation and Park scheduled...Show More Summary

Harry Styles lists Hollywood Hills contemporary house for $8.5M

The One Direction singer stands to make a big profit Pop singer Harry Styles, of One Direction fame, is selling his pad above the Sunset Strip, reports the Wall Street Journal. The British entertainer has owned the boxy, multi-levelShow More Summary

Amphitheater, lake, trails, gardens among residents’ top choices at Irvine’s Great Park

IRVINE — An amphitheater, a lake, trails and a botanical garden are among the most popular features residents would like to see built at the developing Orange County Great Park, according to the latest surveys. The City Council, acting as the Great Park board, on Tuesday, May 23, will discuss results from Irvine’s efforts in […]

NAR Doubling Down on Upstream. Why?

NAR is putting another $9 into Upstream. There was a comment thread in Inman’s Facebook group this weekend discussing the news and strategy behind it. I must admit, I still don’t really get it — at least not to the tune of $9 million in backing. Show More Summary

Ducks hopeful goalie John Gibson plays Game 6 tonight

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – John Gibson took to the ice Monday morning, giving the Ducks hope that they may have their goaltender available for Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against Nashville. Gibson played the first period of Game 5 on Saturday before leaving the game due to a lower-body injury. Jonathan Bernier came on […]

Pot convictions go up in smoke with California legalization

LOS ANGELES — Jay Schlauch's conviction for peddling pot haunted him for nearly a quarter century.

Food stamps, Medicaid on chopping block in Trump’s budget

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will unveil a proposed budget this week that would drive millions of people off food stamps and cut Medicaid, targeting the social safety-net programs for the poor in a new wave of spending c...

$42 million San Francisco penthouse floor plan will drop, shatter your jaw

That’s $6,051 per square foot Perhaps these rendered images didn’t due it full justice, but one look at the floor plans for the upcoming 181 Fremont penthouse, currently under construction in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena neighborhood,...Show More Summary

17 small towns around LA you should absolutely visit

For when you need to leave city life behind for a while Los Angeles is a great place, but everyone has days when the traffic is too much and all the sprawl begins to feel oppressive. When that happens, we recommend packing up the car—or...Show More Summary

San Clemente beaches opened, then re-closed Monday after fisherman hooks 12-foot shark from pier

It’s been a back and forth game of open and shut for San Clemente beaches, with the waters re-opened Monday morning, May 22, then closed again after a fisherman hooked a 12-foot shark off the pier. The ocean off Orange County’s southernmost beach was closed Sunday after about 24 great white sharks were spotted near […]

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