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American Apparel Is Closing All Of Its U.S. Stores

11 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

This is the end of an era for anyone who went to a theme party since 2007. According to a report from The L.A. Times, American Apparel is closing its Los Angeles headquarters and all remaining 110 U.S. stores by the end of April. But the brand isn't disappearing. Show More Summary

High Times Magazine Is Moving To Los Angeles

They call L.A. "the center of the cannabis universe." [ more › ]

Comparing First & Business Class On The Emirates A380

I've flown Emirates' A380 well over a dozen times, almost exclusively in first class. I've reviewed Emirates first class on many routes, including from London to Dubai, Singapore to Dubai, Dubai to London, Los Angeles to Dubai, Dubai...Show More Summary

Take in Diego Rivera's 'Flower Girl' painting at the Norton Simon, then step outside and reflect with real lilies

Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Jan. 16, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...

Today: Obama's Legacy. A 49er Who Told Our Story.

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. TOP STORIES Obama’s Legacy; Andrew Jackson Weighs In! As President Obama gets ready to leave office, his approval ratings are among the highest of exiting...

LA Times Writer Falls Overboard Praising Obama’s Oracular Oratory: 'Moral and Political Transcendence'

Jeffrey Fleishman, arts and film writer for the Los Angeles Times and its former Cairo bureau chief, waxed insufferably eloquent about the departing President Obama’s oratorical skills in a pandering panegyric: "Obama’s legislative legacy...Show More Summary

Schwarzenegger Tried the Trump Approach and Failed

Los Angeles Times: “Long before Schwarzenegger inherited the role of firing underperformers on camera, he was the one selling voters on a pledge to fire an underperforming government. Few politicians are better acquainted than Schwarzenegger with the fickleness of an [...]

American Apparel Stores To Close After Canadian Purchase

American Apparel is going Canadian. The embattled clothing company is closing all of its retail stores and Los Angeles headquarters after its purchase last week by Montreal-based company Gildan Activewear, The Los Angeles Times reported. All...Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's Daily Football Fix for January 14

Check out five of the top NFL and NCAA football headlines from Friday night and Saturday morning. Los Angeles Chargers Change Logo Multiple Times After Initial Reveal Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune tweeted: " Chargers have adjusted their social-media logo for third time in two days. Show More Summary

Death Valley National Park's dunes march for miles. Head for the ones at Mesquite Flat

Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Jan. 14, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...

American Apparel Is No More

Ending a two-decade run of clothing made in California, American Apparel will shut its remaining 110 stores, reports the Los Angeles Times. The long-troubled company, which declared bankruptcy in 2015, has sold to Canadian clothing company Gildan Activewear for $88 million, a transaction that "was always about buying assets out...

Los Angeles Chargers revamp new marketing logo — again

For the third time in as many days, the Los Angeles Chargers have redesigned what they’re calling their temporary marketing logo. On Thursday, when the team announced they were leaving San Diego for L.A., the Chargers floated a navy blue and white logo that incorporated a stylized lightning bolt adorned to the city’s initials. The […]

The Los Angeles Chargers Have Used Three Different Logos In Two Days

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

The Chargers announced their move to Los Angeles all of three days ago, and they’ve apparently already changed their main logo three times. Read more...

Peaceful protest planned at Lunada Bay for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

According to the Los Angeles Times, a peaceful protest and paddle out is scheduled for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday at Lunada Bay in Palos Verdes Estates, California. The purpose of the event is to “protest against racism and...Show More Summary

Hotel Experience: Marina Sands Bay Hotel in Singapore

Last year, I saw some amazing deals from Los Angeles to Singapore via Air China.  During that time I had just received 50,000 points from a new credit card. Luckily, I was able to act fast and snag a round-trip for only 39,000 points!...Show More Summary

Stearns Wharf keeps Santa Barbara's beachfront hopping with restaurants, a fortune teller and a mini-aquarium

Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Jan. 13, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...

"California’s bullet train could cost taxpayers 50% more than estimated — as much as $3.6 billion more."

"And that’s just for the first 118 miles through the Central Valley, which was supposed to be the easiest part of the route between Los Angeles and San Francisco," the L.A. Times reports. A confidential Federal Railroad Administration...Show More Summary

LA Times: Trump’s news conference spectacularly unpresidential

The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Thursday, Jan. 12: ——— If anyone thought that election to the highest office in the land had changed Donald Trump, the president-elect’s news conference Wednesday was a depressing spectacle. As he did on the campaign trail, Trump berated the media, hurled exaggerated accusations and trafficked [...]

Karlie Kloss's Healthy Chia Seed Pudding Recipes Are Almost Too Easy to Make

Whoever says models don't eat has clearly never met Karlie Kloss. When she's not fronting ad campaigns, covering magazines, or traipsing down the runway during Fashion Week, the former Victoria Secret Angel carves out time to post recipes and answer food-related questions on her YouTube channel, Klossy. Show More Summary

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