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New Los Angeles Times union wants a say in the paper’s possible move

Times staffers say the company was considering relocating to the Westside Today, the National Labor Review Board counted ballots cast by the Los Angeles Times newsroom and found support for the union among 85 percent (or 248 people) of staffers eligible to join, the Los Angeles Times reported. Show More Summary

L.A. Times Publisher Being Investigated by Paper’s Parent Company

Los Angeles Times parent company Tronc said it is investigating Times CEO and publisher Ross Levinsohn after allegations surfaced of past sexual harassment and inappropriate workplace behavior, NPR reports. The report says a review by NPR found that Levinsohn “has...

Reverend's Reviews: Magic from the Big Apple

Aladdin has proven to be Disney's latest cash cow on Broadway, at least until Frozen begins previews next month. It is now making its Los Angeles premiere at the fabled Hollywood Pantages through March 31st. After attending opening night last week, I have no doubt this eager-to-please musical will likely be just as successful here. Show More Summary

DA examining past criminal cases involving L.A. sheriff's deputies on a secret list of problem officers

The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has launched a comprehensive review of past criminal cases featuring deputies placed on a secret Sheriff’s Department list of officers whose histories of misconduct could undermine their credibility in court. Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey said she ordered...

DA examining past criminal cases involving L.A. sheriff's deputies on a secret list of problem officers

The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has launched a comprehensive review of past criminal cases featuring deputies placed on a secret Sheriff’s Department list of officers whose histories of misconduct could undermine their credibility in court. Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey said she ordered...

2018 Infiniti QX30 Premium AWD Review – A Comfortable Compact Oddity

Why Infiniti needs a subcompact crossover that shares its platform with the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class is a mystery that only the folks at Nissan HQ know the answer to. After all, I spent four days wheeling one all over Los Angeles, from...Show More Summary

Just How Many Women Have Contacted The Los Angeles Times About Sexual Harassment By Director James Toback?

A lot. "Last week, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office announced that it was reviewing five investigations into accusations of sexual misconduct against filmmaker James Toback." That's a lot to investigate - but the LA Times has heard from 395 women and corroborated almost all of their stories.

395 women — some angry, some afraid, all relieved to finally take control of the narrative

Last week, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office announced that it was reviewing five investigations into accusations of sexual misconduct against filmmaker James Toback. Coincidentally, it was the first week in more than three months that I hadn’t heard from a woman alleging that Toback...

Review: Bright (2017)

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The introductory sequence of Bright is enchanting: signs and street art in Los Angeles that describe a world where the races of historical high fantasy stuck around into the present day to become the mocked or honored subjects of political graffiti. But once characters start talking, this geeky cool evaporates into a formulaic buddy-cop movie. Show More Summary

Los Angeles prosecutors reviewing cases against Harvey Weinstein and James Toback

According to two reports from the Associated Press, prosecutors in Los Angeles are weighing charges and reviewing multiple cases against Harvey Weinstein and James Toback, both of whom are facing many accusations of sexual harassment and assault. The AP reports says that the Los Angeles district attorney is reviewing… Read more...

LA district attorney reviewing Harvey Weinstein cases from police

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Prosecutors in Los Angeles are reviewing multiple cases against Harvey Weinstein, who has faced allegations of sexual assault but not criminal charges. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said “two cases have been presented to our office by the Beverly Hills Police Department regarding Weinstein and are under review". Show More Summary

Review: Delta One Sydney to Los Angeles

Flying Delta One on one of Delta’s Longest Flights, Sydney to Los Angeles Pretty much all of my last ten posts on TravelUpdate are about the same error fare. That error fare is the infamous error fare between New Zealand and the United States originally offered in early November. After nearly a month, I’ve finally […]

L.A. prosecutors consider charges against Harvey Weinstein in Beverly Hills sex crimes cases

In a significant expansion into the criminal investigations of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said it was reviewing two sex crimes cases presented to prosecutors by Beverly Hills police detectives. More than 80 women — some of them prominent actresses...

Two Harvey Weinstein Police Investigations Under Review With L.A. District Attorney

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office is reviewing two Beverly Hills Police investigations into Weinstein and three reports about James Toback.

L.A. prosecutors consider charges against Harvey Weinstein in Beverly Hills sex crimes cases

In a significant expansion into the criminal investigations of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said it was reviewing two sex crimes cases presented to prosecutors by Beverly Hills police detectives. More than 80 women — some of them prominent actresses...

Los Angeles DA reviewing 2 cases against Harvey Weinstein

Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing two cases brought by the Beverly Hills Police Department against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. District attorney office spokesman Greg Risling said Tuesday that the … Click to Continue...

Settling the American Airlines Flagship Dining Tipping Debate Once and For All

Shortly after writing a review of the new American Airlines Flagship First Dining in Los Angeles, Lucky at One Mile at a Time wrote a post with advice on tipping in the lounge. You’re eating restaurant-quality food and receiving very personalized service. Show More Summary

Year in Review: Times photographers capture the highs and lows of Los Angeles sports in 2017

From first pitch to the final buzzer, Los Angeles Times photographers captured the triumphs and defeats of local athletes and teams.

Review: The Makeshift Delta ONE Check-In Facility at LAX

Delta’s LAX Ground Experience is Lacking, to Say the Least I recently flew from Oakland to Auckland making two stops along the way: one in Los Angeles and another in Sydney. While there was nothing preventing me from being able to stay on the secure side of the terminal for the entirety of my travels, […]

Year in Review: From drug-abusing deans to fractured families, a selection of our life and Times in 2017

The Los Angeles Times covered news all around the world. Here are highlights from our staff’s engaging storytelling and visuals from 2017. Click here for our Year in Review special section>>

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