Longtime Los Angeles Times food writer and historian Charles Perry will deliver a lecture to the Culinary Historians of Southern California on the history of hot sauce on Oct. 11. His story winds back through tomato ketchup and Worcestershire sauce to the 17th-century English infatuation with...
Things don't get much easier for the Royals, who exchanged blows with the A's for 12 innings before finally coming out on top in Tuesday's A.L. Wild Card game. After their captivating win over the Athletics in the American League Wild...Show More Summary
The Kansas City Royals rode their luck in the one-game playoff against the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday, but the problem with luck is that it's bound to turn around at some point. Kansas City might've used up eight of its nine lives in that 9-8 victory. Show More Summary
How should Los Angeles say “thanks” to long-serving politicians who have done the people's business through good times and bad? When a fruit basket just isn't enough, the honorarium of choice for L.A. County supervisors and other local elected officials has been to have their...
The Los Angeles Board of Education has authorized its attorneys to discuss terms of a possible departure agreement with schools Supt. John Deasy, The Times has learned.
Before David Freese had one of the best postseasons in baseball history, Albert Pujols came forward to offer advice. This was Freese's first time in the playoffs, and Pujols wanted to impart some wisdom.
Britney Spears totally rocks a pair of short shorts as she heads to her gym for a workout on Wednesday (October 1) in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old singer was seen out in Studio City later in the day juggling two cell phones. Britney just celebrated the 16 year anniversary for her famous hit “…Baby One [...]
As we told you last time, there's lots going on in Los Angeles on Friday nights, but we still think our event trumps anything else you could possibly have planned. Our final Engadget Live event of the year kicks off at 7PM this Friday (October 3rd)...
Los Angeles city officials say they want to hire more civilian staff for the Los Angeles Police Department and are worried that a shortage is cutting into the time officers spend patrolling the streets.
To the editor: Thanks to The Times peeling away the layers of the Los Angeles World Airports onion to expose the flypaper beneath. Let's hope that the litigation over LA/Ontario International Airport results in a better flying experience for the public. ("Airport officials accused of bias...
Lots of good stuff coming out of LA recently, including this new chill house tune from producer Beshken with rising vocalist Soraya called “Right Time.” This track has Nightswim at the Roosevelt in Los Angeles written all over it. Cool yet sophisticated.
The woman who shot to death the mayor of California's Bell Gardens —her husband—has told police that she did so in order to save her son from a fatal beating, reports the Los Angeles Times. And in a move that could make a conviction on criminal charges difficult, her...
The Angels will be making their seventh appearance in the American League Division Series, and it will be the first time they won't be playing either Boston or New York. A look at their previous six ALDS matchups:
Next weekend, hundreds of bloggers and eco-friendly brands will be joining forces at ShiftCon in Los Angeles. This is the first eco-wellness social media conference, born out of the idea that "together we can create a profound impact...Show More Summary
"Through Trying Times: Stories of Loss and Redemption in the American South," featuring bestselling author Jesmyn Ward and New York Times columnist Charles Blow was part of the Los Angeles Public Library [ALOUD] program. The event was...Show More Summary
By David Zahniser and Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have given public employee unions a greater say over who serves on the influential panels that issue decisions on labor-management disputes in L.A. city and county government.
The mayor of a Los Angeles County city was fatally shot and his wife was taken in for questioning then released hours later, according to authorities. Levette Crespo got into an argument with her husband, Daniel, when their son, Daniel Jr., 19, tried to intervene and a struggle ensued. The Associated Press reports: Levette Crespo [...]
Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo died Tuesday after his wife, Levette, shot him several times during a domestic dispute, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials said.
If one is looking for reasons why Washington has become so caustic, divisive and bitter, look no further than retiring Attorney General Eric Holder. If reports first published by the Los Angeles Times are correct, the always controversial...Show More Summary
PLAYA VISTA, Calif. — The Los Angeles Clippers' media day brought with it a predictable peppering of questions concerning the team's fourth-quarter collapse in Game 5 of last season's second-round series against the Oklahoma City Thunder. What...Show More Summary