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LA Times Says: Charlottesville Car Attack Shows Need For More Gun Control

Using domestic terrorism as a pretext, the Los Angeles Times is now calling for more gun control because of the tragedy in Charlottesville. Excuse me? The white supremacist who mowed

Herzog & de Meuron reveal plans for Berggruen Institute site north of the Getty Center

3 hours agoArts : Culture Monster

It has the feel of a last-of-its-kind design, suggesting a Los Angeles that has just about disappeared, a city of grand projects built on huge swaths of open land. At the same time it reflects the limits that come with both severe distrust of new development on the Westside of L.A. and a rising...

Underground restaurants, banana suits and spicy Singaporean chili crab: Nguyen Tran dishes on 'Adventures in Starry Kitchen'

By his latest count, Nguyen Tran figures he probably has 15 costumes. The face behind the restaurant and brand Starry Kitchen just deposited two large bags worth of clothing on the counter at the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen. Nguyen’s wife, Thi — the other force behind the brand — is busy unpacking...

CALIFORNIA: Super PAC Ad Raps About Bobblehead Darrell Issa’s Vote To Repeal Obamacare [VIDEO]

4 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Los Angeles Times reports: Former California Democratic U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer is taking on Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista) over his healthcare vote in an ad for her super PAC aimed at electing Democrats. The online ad, titled “Darrell-iction,” aimed at people in Issa’s district, began running Wednesday. Show More Summary

Please Help Lark Lands, an Old Friend of the HIV Community, Now Battling Cancer

I remember clearly when I met Lark Lands, Ph.D., for the first time in 1994. I saw her coming into a room full of activists in Los Angeles to speak about options to live healthy and survive HIV. This was a time of despair for many of us, as our health was declining and our friends were dying. Show More Summary

Is LA’s dependance on cars hindering California’s climate goals?

A new report shows that commute times are up and transit ridership is down The Los Angeles area leads California in solar panel installations and rebates awarded to owners of low-emission vehicles. But in LA and beyond, a continued dependence...Show More Summary

UCLA prepares for move to shady Rose Bowl sideline

LOS ANGELES — To celebrate the end of training camp, UCLA  coach Jim Mora gave his players two days off. After 17 practices in 18 days, they welcomed the down time. With only a week and a half left until their season opener against Texas A&M, there might not be many other opportunities to rest. […]

Exxon Dared Critics to Prove It Misled the Public. These Researchers Just Called the Company’s Bluff.

Two years ago, Inside Climate News and Los Angeles Times investigations found that while Exxon Mobil internally acknowledged that climate change is man-made and serious, it publicly manufactured doubt about the science. Exxon has been...Show More Summary

Newsonomics: After a purge, the Los Angeles Times (still) searches for a future

On Monday, the long-time irresistible force that is Davan Maharaj finally found an immovable object. Maharaj, until Monday editor and publisher of the fourth largest newspaper newsroom in the country, got his walking papers from Tronc. Was that a surprise? No. The surprise came in the sweeping changes that accompanied the departure of the Los...

Clooneys Give $1M to Fight Domestic Extremists

George and Amal Clooney's Clooney Foundation for Justice has given a $1 million grant to the Southern Poverty Law Center to combat hate groups in the US, the Los Angeles Times reports. "What happened in Charlottesville, and what is happening in communities across our country, demands our collective engagement to...

Grand Avenue is getting color: Artist Carlos Cruz-Diez's street installation at the Broad for PST: LA/LA

Carlos Cruz-Diez, the Venezuelan artist known for works that combine color, form and light in mind-boggling ways, will have an installation on the streets outside the Broad museum in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles/Latin America (or PST: LA/LA, as it’s known). “Couleur Additive”...

California Today: California Today: Berkeley’s New Chancellor and a ‘Free Speech Year’

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Tuesday: Talking to U.C. Berkeley’s new chancellor, a shake-up at The Los Angeles Times, and your eclipse photos.

In an All Too Familiar Story, 4 Top Editors Are Out at the Los Angeles Times

The words used to describe what went down yesterday at the Los Angeles Times-purge, restructuring, and, most frequently, shakeup-carry a sense of familiarity for the Los Angeles Times in the era of Tronc (n?e Tribune Publishing) ownership. In this latest, editor and publisher Davan Maharaj, a 28-year veteran of the publication, is out, along with...

Top editors out at Los Angeles Times

Tronc has pushed out Los Angeles Times editor-publisher Davan Maharaj and replaced him with new publisher Ross Levinsohn and interim editor Jim Kirk, former editor of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Publisher and Top Editors Ousted at Los Angeles Times in Leadership Shake-Up

Tronc, the paper’s parent company, installed Ross Levinsohn, a former executive at Fox and Yahoo, as the publisher and chief executive of The Times.

Four Top Editors Get the Boot at the L.A. Times — New Publisher Named

The Los Angeles Times shook up its top editorial staff today, terminating four of the paper’s top editors and naming a new publisher, Variety reports. Among those to go is editor and publisher Davan Maharaj, the story reports. “Also leaving...

What I Loved Most About Saudia First Class

I flew Saudia First Class with Ben from One Mile at a Time last week from Dubai to Los Angeles via Riyadh and Jeddah. While many parts of the in-flight and ground experience impressed me, one thing impressed me most of all. His name was Chef Rahmi. Show More Summary

Ross Levinsohn named new publisher of L.A. Times as top editors ousted

In a dramatic shakeup at the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago-based parent company has installed new leadership and plans to invest more resources in the news organization to move it more quickly into the digital age. Ross Levinsohn, 54, a veteran media executive who worked at Fox and served as interim...

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