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Entrepreneur Perks Up Skin In LA With Caffeinated Body Scrubs
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Caffeine has become a staple within the daily routine of many residents here in Southern California. Thanks to Ash Crawford, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur and businessman, you can essentially fulfill coffee and tea ...

Japan leader heads to Los Angeles to encourage more trade
At the halfway point of his three-day visit to California, the Asian leader will attend a Japan-U.S. Economic Forum Friday in Los Angeles where he is expected to announce policies to facilitate American investment in Japan, said Takako Ito, a foreign ...

Most LA residents believe riots unlikely to recur, poll finds
To Rodney King's now-famous question, "Can we all just get along?" Los Angeles residents increasingly answer something like: "Probably. Sort of." According to recent surveys by Loyola Marymount University, most Los Angeles residents say that the kind ...

LA's rich tradition of new music carries on
Just as Hollywood stars are asked not to age, Los Angeles seems as though it will never lose its reputation as a town without a past. We came on the scene late culturally and believe ourselves always capable of reinvention. Tradition? That's so ...

Annual May Day Demonstrations Underway In Downtown LA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Annual May Day demonstrations were underway Friday in downtown Los Angeles. Community leaders, elected officials and families will take to the streets to support rights for workers and immigrants. Demonstrators will be ...

Alaska to begin flights between LA and Costa Rica in the fall
Alaska Airlines plans new flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to two airports in Costa Rica starting Oct. 31. The airline announced Thursday it would add eight weekly flights on the new routes. lRelated When's the best time to buy an ...

21 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
"Manifest: Justice" is a pop-up art exhibition supporting people disenfranchised because of race, gender or sexual orientation. It includes a host of big names in the art world, among them Andrea Bowers, Eric Fischl, Shepard Fairey and Swoon. The goal ...

May 16 Super Saturday LA event to benefit ovarian cancer research
Super Saturday Los Angeles, the celeb-studded daylong event that raises funds to combat ovarian cancer, is returning for its sophomore stand at Santa Monica Airport's Barker Hangar on May 16. lRelated Super Saturday fundraiser adds $600,000 to ovarian ...

A stylish eye at Paris Photo Los Angeles
The fine art photography fair Paris Photo Los Angeles kicked off Thursday night at Paramount Studios with a private dinner hosted by fair director Florence Bourgeois, UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer and Barneys New York. The soiree, held amid the faux grit of ...

Last Clergy Files Released In Los Angeles 8 Years After Deal
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An attorney for hundreds of sex abuse victims in Los Angeles released the last batch of files Friday kept by the Roman Catholic church on priests accused of molesting children. The final 11 files were made public eight years after ...

LA start-up introduces on-demand transport... for kids
Kirsten Hanson-Press used to dread juggling her full-time job as a college admissions counselor with chauffeuring her daughters to and from after-school activities. The Los Angeles mother of two described it as a logistical nightmare. The girls, 11 and ...

Stevie Wonder Performs at Fundraising Kickoff for L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti raised about $2 million for his re-election campaign at a $1,400-per-person concert kickoff featuring Stevie Wonder, Miguel and Michelle Branch, according to a campaign adviser. The event, at the Avalon in Hollywood, was ...

LA marchers in peaceful May Day rally fear deportation
Thousands marched in peaceful May Day rallies in downtown Los Angeles, repeating their annual call for immigration reform but acknowledging that prospects for action in Washington remain grim. The crowd was a mere shadow of the hundreds of ...

Program helps troubled, rejected youths make positive connections
It was a riot-zone image ripe with meaning: An angry black mother waded through rock-throwing kids in Baltimore to collar her teenage son. Then, in a video that would become a viral sensation, she cursed him out and pummeled him for joining the lawless ...

A sun that rose in the west and set in the east
On our last day in L.A., Michael and I woke up, limbs entangled, in the bleached landscape of our hotel bed. He poured my coffee while wearing nothing but briefs, a delicious sight. We swam in the pool, swallowing up morsels of crystalline sun before ...

Essential California: Remembering the end of the Vietnam War
Good morning. It is Saturday, May 2. Here are a few stories to keep you busy this weekend: Sign up below to get Essential California delivered daily. Museum plans: Recently released documents show how filmmaker George Lucas' plans to open a San ...

Dystopian Westwood, little green women and LOLcats
The California section's Carla Rivera recently met up with UCLA English professor Ursula Heise in downtown L.A.'s Bradbury Building, a moody masterpiece of shadows and light that was famously the setting for several scenes in the sci-fi classic "Blade ...

George Takei helps LA museum acquire internment camp artifacts
Rare Japanese American artifacts and artworks created in internment camps during World War II and recently put up for sale in a controversial auction have instead been acquired by the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, officials are ...

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: LA fans pull for local hero with 'good heart'
Beyond his appeal as the churchgoing underdog and big-hearted Nice Guy in Saturday's bout, it is boxer Manny Pacquiao's local ties that cement the loyalty of many Angelenos — even if more than a few doubted he could win the big fight. Their affection ...

Chinese developer leads transformation of LA's skyline
For decades, the sprawling six-acre Metropolis parcel in downtown Los Angeles sat barren as successive real estate busts derailed the promise of a $1-billion "city within a city." Now, in an eye-rubbing spectacle, three towering cranes are working on ...

Choosing how to end a life
To the editor: Dr. Ken Murray makes some salient points about end-of-life care. Most people want to die at home, which has been made more feasible by the increased use of hospices. It is not necessary to be wealthy to do this, as palliative care and ...

Fear, hysteria and patriotism
Karl Greenfeld's review of "Infamy" is dangerously wrong ["At Our Worst," April 26]. According to him, the horrible Japanese concentration camps were "what happens when stupid men stumble into the fog of war"; they were "the acts of "mediocre men of ...

Shaking Reported in M3.9 Earthquake, But No Damage
Firefighters found no damage caused by a magnitude 3.9 earthquake felt through LA. Melissa Etezadi reports from Baldwin Hills for Today in LA on Sunday, May 3, 2015. (Published Sunday, May 3, 2015). Updated 15 minutes ago. A magnitude 3.9 ...

In District 4 LA council race, 'experience' is interpreted 2 ways
The head-to-head runoff between Los Angeles City Council candidates Carolyn Ramsay and David Ryu poses a stark choice between a political heir apparent taking a familiar route to the council — a long-time aide replacing her boss — and an unexpected ...

Two Children Go Missing Near Middle School
Police along with their families held a news conference Sunday afternoon asking for help to find them. By Irene Moore. View Comments ( 0 ). |. Email. |. Print. processing... NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest local updates in your inbox. Privacy Policy ...

Today: Death in Dallas. A Family's Trial.
Hello. I'm Davan Maharaj, the editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines you shouldn't miss today. Sign up to get the day's big stories delivered to your inbox. TOP STORIES. Death in Dallas. Two gunmen are killed after opening fire ...

Essential California: Questioning safety of California's food chain
Chevron recycles 21 million gallons of water everyday and sells it to farmers in Kern County. That practice is getting more attention as the state's drought drags on and now there are questions about the safety of such a practice. “No one knows whether ...

The New York Times Is Now Okay With LA! Readers Weigh in With Stinging ...
The New York Times Is Now Okay With LA! Readers Weigh in With Stinging ...

Los Angeles. Ferguson. Baltimore. 3 cities, 1 common thread
A demonstrator raises his fist as police stand in formation as a store burns, Monday, April 27, 2015, during unrest following the funeral of Freddie Gray in Baltimore. AP Photo — Patrick Semansky. By David Montero, LA Daily News. Posted: 05/03/15, 4 ...

Powerful Rip Currents, Waves Up to 10 Feet Expected in LA
A high surf advisory was in effect across Los Angeles County until Tuesday night, warning of "powerful" rip currents and 10-foot waves, according to the National Weather Service. A high surf advisory was in effect across Los Angeles County until ...


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