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  • Long-shot L.A. municipal candidates depend on Internet

    As recently as two months ago, David R. Hernandez said, he didn't even know what Facebook was. Today, he uses the popular Internet social-networking site to help spread the word about his steeply uphill campaign for Los Angeles mayor in Tuesday's...
  • Conflict grows over Griffith recovery plan

    Griffith Park looks like it can't wait to come back. Fresh clumps of red-fringed chaparral, sustained on the moisture from dew and fog, already dot the park's ash-covered hillsides. Bursts of new growth resembling unkempt beards can be seen on trees that...
  • L.A.'s fleet flounders in the Rose Parade

    Not to rain on anyone's parade, but it was hard not to notice last week that the city of Los Angeles really, really needs some help when it comes to its floats for the annual Rose Parade. This year's edition was a tribute to the Port of Los Angeles. That...
  • Ask and deport, family urges

    The attack on the Los Angeles Police Department's Special Order 40 -- which limits when officers can ask about the citizenship status of suspects -- has come largely but not exclusively from anti-illegal-immigration forces. But now the order has a new...
  • Griffith after the ashes

    Tucked away amid the ash-covered slopes of Griffith Park, a tiny, eccentric garden clings to life like a green island on the land. Some garden-hungry park-goer claimed this real estate several months ago, bringing two well-used lawn chairs and planting a...
  • A bit player in L.A.'s medical marijuana theater

    A bit player in L.A.'s medical marijuana theater
    All right, so I'm a few days late with this update on my medical marijuana adventures. In answer to readers, no, I was not too stoned to write about it earlier. Nor was I under the influence when I proposed on Sunday to Jamie McCourt, who hopes to get...
  • The haute bamboo

    The haute bamboo
    THEY are traipsing around Cliff Sussman's home in La Verne, navigating a steep hillside that's wildly overgrown with bamboo -- scores of tropical and subtropical species spreading underground, thick cones and tender new shoots poking up as robust mature...
  • 'Hasta que por fin nos escucharon'

    'Hasta que por fin nos escucharon'
    Marisa Morones no olvida cómo el verano pasado paseaba frente a la piscina del Centro de Aprendizaje Miguel Contreras y sus tres pequeños hijos suspiraban cada vez que veían la piscina olímpica, frustrados por no poder refrescarse en ella. Ayer, esos...
  • Abandon thy car?

    Today, Cato Institute senior fellow Randal O'Toole and local blogger Will Campbell weigh cycling as an alternative form of commuting. Previously, they debated motorist-cyclist confrontations, spending public money on bikes lanes and paths, and other...
  • L.A. Council approves purchase of dairy site for future park along Los Angeles River

     
    The Los Angeles City Council today approved the purchase of a 6.3-acre dairy site along the L.A. River that officials hope to transform into a public park and water treatment center. Officials have eyed the Albion Dairy site for several......
  • State applies for federal funds for high-speed rail line

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was joined by several state and local officials today at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to announce California's application for $4.7 billion in federal money to fund a high-speed rail line. California voters approved a...
  • L.A. City Council pulls back plan to raise fees for development appeals

     
    Bowing to pressure from homeowner groups and environmental advocates, the Los Angeles City Council voted today to pull back a plan to hike fees for residents and groups that seek to challenge the city???s development decisions. The council had been......