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Medicaid Coverage: Feds Clarify Obligations To Kids With Autism

Melanie Feazell works with Declan Byrne during an ABA session. Federal officials say states must provide treatment services like ABA for kids with autism on Medicaid. (Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times/MCT)   “Medicaid programs nationwide...Show More Summary

How a schoolteacher helped create the first black Peanuts character

In 1968, shortly after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., a Los Angeles schoolteacher named Harriet Glickman wrote to Charles Schulz regarding the lack of integration in Peanuts At that time, Peanuts was already one of the most popular comic strips in America — it was also predominantly white. Show More Summary

Bookselling in ... the US

In The Los Angeles Times Frank Shyong describes how To Survive in the U.S., Chinese Bookstores Evolve Way Beyond Books. Yes: Internet competition has forced bookstores across the nation to close, but in the San Gabriel Valley, they've evolved. Show More Summary

Nick Young: Right Message, Wrong Guy to Fix Los Angeles Lakers

If Nick Young weren't Nick Young, one of the NBA's most notoriously trigger-happy chuckers, his comments on Kobe Bryant might make a difference. But Nick Young is Nick Young. So they can't. "At times, we fall into relying on No. 24 a lot," Young told reporters on Nov. Show More Summary

Islam In School: Angry Parents Remove Son From Class Over Islamic Assignment

The separation of church and state has caused yet another controversy. This time the ordeal reportedly took place at the Manhattan Beach Middle School in Los Angeles. According to Breitbart, the unidentified parents of the middle-school aged boy were quite furious when they learned the details of an assignment he brought home from school. Show More Summary

Barrel & Ashes: A classically trained chef does barbecue in Studio City

18 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Los Angeles, in the last several years, has become something of a paradise for what I’ve taken to calling Chefs Without Portfolio, highly skilled young cooks, killing time between major projects, who have done things like reinvent gastropubs, run oversubscribed pop-ups, or open...

Inside Shinola’s New Los Angeles Flagship

Shinola open their doors for the first time in the West Coast with the unveiling of their flagship in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood. The fine watchmaker has been spreading their American-made ethos well beyond their humble… The post Inside Shinola’s New Los Angeles Flagship appeared first on Selectism.

Occupy LA to March for Ferguson on Tuesday: ‘Its Time to Shut It Down’

Find a #DarrenWilson #GrandJuryDecision Protest Near You and — #OccupyLA (@OccupyLA) November 25, 2014 The Los Angeles Occupy movement is staging a protest today...Show More Summary

Matt Barnes Injury: Updates on Clippers Star's Calf and Return

Los Angeles Clippers small forward Matt Barnes has been ruled out of the team's game on Monday against the Charlotte Hornets with a calf injury. Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times shared the news on Barnes, as he deals with sorenessShow More Summary

Tour Bus Crashes Twice in One Day, Killing 1 and Injuring 30

The driver of a tour bus that encountered two separate accidents in Northern California on Sunday may have been extremely fatigued, California Highway Patrol officers told the Los Angeles Times on Monday. The second accident, on Interstate 5 near Redding, killed one man and sent another 30 people to the hospital with moderate to severe injuries. Show More Summary

Nick Young Thinks the Lakers Rely Too Much on Kobe Bryant

As always, with the game on the line Sunday night, the Los Angeles Lakers fed Kobe Bryant the ball and got “the fck out the way”. Kobe misfired time and […] The post Nick Young Thinks the Lakers Rely Too Much on Kobe Bryant appeared first on SLAMonline.

Are Term Limits a Good Idea?

Jim Newton, a longtime local politics reporter in Los Angeles, wrote his final column for the LA Times today. In it, he offered up "a handful of changes that might make a big difference," and the one that resonates with me is his suggestion...Show More Summary

The Honoured | Part Two | Sh. Ahsan Hanif

In part one of this article, we looked at the five times that Allah  mentions the honoured in the Qur'?n, and how they are two of the creations of Allah. The first is the angels and the second is the believers who will enter Paradise. In part two, we will look at some of […] The post The Honoured | Part Two | Sh. Ahsan Hanif appeared first on

A California Power Plant Is Getting the World's Biggest Lithium Battery

The power shortages, brown-outs, and rolling blackouts that have long plagued Los Angeles county during times of peak energy usage may soon be a thing of the past now that the region's energy utility has signed on with battery-maker AES Southland to install a massive, 400MW auxiliary power solution. Read more...

Blame Congress for Enabling Obama's Unilateral Executive Actions

yesterdayNews : Reason

Writing at the Los Angeles Times, South Texas College of Law at Houston professor Josh Blackman argues that any analysis of President Barack Obama's unilateral executive action on immigration must begin with the fact that "Congress shares...Show More Summary

Tales Of Redesign Timing: Two Traditional Detroit Products Get Refreshed

Ford’s facelifted 2016 Explorer debuted at the auto show in Los Angeles this week. Admittedly, it’s more than a facelift for the Explorer, as a better EcoBoost four-cylinder will serve as the vehicle’s smallest powerplant. Ford willShow More Summary

Evangeline Lilly Really Loves Wearing This Fun & Crazy Costume Inspired By Her Book

Evangeline Lilly shows off her fun side in a costume at a signing for “The Squickerwonkers” at The Grove on Saturday afternoon (November 22) in Los Angeles. This isn’t the first time the 35-year-old The Hobbit actress has worn this skirt, she wore it to her last signing to get into the spirit of her [...]

The Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show #7: Erin Belieu

Erin Belieu is the author of four poetry collections from Copper Canyon Press: Infanta, selected for the National Poetry Series; One Above & One Below, winner of the Midland Author Prize; Black Box, finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize; and Slant Six, which just received a coveted starred reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly.

Jim Newton signs off with some suggestions for Los Angeles

The LA Times devotes his final column to a menu of proposed fixes, such as expanding the City Council, abolishing the school board and doing away with term limits.

5 Seconds of Summer Wins Big After Performing 'What I Like About You' at American Music Awards 2014 - Watch Here!

5 Seconds of Summer have a fun time on the red carpet at the 2014 American Music Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday (November 23) in Los Angeles. The guys — Ashton Irwin, Michael Clifford, Luke Hemmings, and Calum Worthy — took home the New Artist of the Year Award which [...]

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