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  • Grist & Toll bread bake, 'What Shakespeare Ate,' Scotch tasting at the Bazaar

    Grist & Toll bread bake, 'What Shakespeare Ate,' Scotch tasting at the Bazaar
    Bake-your-own-bread: Local organic flour mill Grist & Toll presents the first in a new series of community pop-ups and workshops at its Pasadena location on Sunday. This first event will feature M.O.M.O. (Michael O'Malley's Mobile Oven), where guests...
  • L.A. Times Travel Show: What Alyssa Milano learned on UNICEF travels

    L.A. Times Travel Show: What Alyssa Milano learned on UNICEF travels
    Travelers looking to do good during their vacations while relaxing on the beach with margaritas should be careful about where they travel, actress Alyssa Milano said Saturday at the L.A. Times Travel Show. "The scariest thing is going to a resort, and...
  • TV This Week for Dec. 29-Jan. 4: NBC's 'Community' is back

    TV This Week for Dec. 29-Jan. 4: NBC's 'Community' is back
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 29, 2013 - Jan. 4, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SUNDAY A salute to Peter O'Toole...
  • Knabe balks at move to rename Marina Freeway for Ballona Creek

    Knabe balks at move to rename Marina Freeway for Ballona Creek
    Whether to rename a short strip of road turned into a long, winding debate at Tuesday's L.A. County Board of Supervisors meeting. California 90, the Marina Freeway, doesn’t span more than two miles, branching off westward from the 405 Freeway...
  • L.A.'s new coroner to the people

    L.A.'s new coroner to the people
    Mark Fajardo's first weeks in the very public job of Los Angeles County coroner coincided with the deaths of two TV actors — one from "That '70s Show" and another from "Rizzoli & Isles" — and the toxicology report from the car-crash death of...
  • Gloria Allred, Bob Filner's nemesis

    Gloria Allred, Bob Filner's nemesis
    She sent San Diego's departing Mayor Bob Filner some resignation "gifts" last week, among them a mirror, so he could see who was to blame for his downfall. This sort of made-for-TV event has been S.O.P. for lawyer Gloria Allred for more than 30 years....
  • Op-Ed, explained

    TO SOME READERS, the Op-Ed page is a bit mysterious. I'll be at a cocktail party, or in the bleachers at a Little League game, and the guy next to me will begin asking questions about just what it is we're trying to do, and how we get it done. Who are...
  • The Magic Castle's Milt Larsen: Why humans need magic

    The Magic Castle's Milt Larsen: Why humans need magic
    Milt Larsen is a master of two kinds of magic. There's the abracadabra kind that his magician parents brought him up on, and the sort he began practicing with his late brother, Bill — the magic of preserving buildings, including the Variety Arts...
  • Removing recyclables is not theft

    Mailbag contributor Steve Urbanovich grumbles about individuals taking recyclables out of refuse bins on his block, believing what these people are doing is theft (“Put an end to recycling theft,” Aug. 7). Sorry, Mr. Urbanovich, but it’s...
  • Ron Kaye: Working for the union or fighting it

    Ron Kaye: Working for the union or fighting it
    In Glendale, utility workers found their paychecks a little smaller last week — the price of the inability of their union, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 18, to negotiate an initial contract two years after winning the...
  • A journal in a Glendale thrift store, a glimpse into a more politically conscious youth

    A journal in a Glendale thrift store, a glimpse into a more politically conscious youth
    The spring and summer of 1968 were an agony for the United States, especially for young Americans and black Americans. In April, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis. In June, Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated, here in Los Angeles, in the...
  • Timothy Naftali: Nixon's checker

    Timothy Naftali is the kind of learned guy you'd want on your team when you play "Trivial Pursuit" -- a game that, like Naftali, originated in Canada. But for years, his home and his career have been in and about the United States -- books and studies...