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  • In tony Malibu, $195 cargo pants aplenty, but nary a hammer or nail

    In tony Malibu, $195 cargo pants aplenty, but nary a hammer or nail
    To understand the changes roiling once-sleepy Malibu, check out the new $25-million shopping center that finally opens Saturday at the junction of Pacific Coast Highway and Cross Creek Road. Shops such as James Perse and Tory Burch will sell $195 cargo...
  • The chef, his mom and the latke: a Hanukkah story

    The chef, his mom and the latke: a Hanukkah story
    YOU hear Eric Greenspan before you see him, whether he's running the floor at his year-old Melrose Avenue restaurant, the Foundry, or now, cooking for Hanukkah with his mother at her place on a tree-lined street in Woodland Hills. Mother and son are in...
  • Malibu-area search fails to find missing woman

    Malibu-area search fails to find missing woman
    Mitrice Richardson is afraid of the dark and always has been, says her mother, Latice Sutton, who remembers that quirk when she thinks about her daughter's release from a jail cell at a Los Angeles County sheriff's substation in Calabasas in the predawn...
  • Letters to the editor

    Obama overseas Re "Obama defends greeting Chavez," April 20 I found the warmth obvious in President Obama's handshake and embrace of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to be offensive. Chavez is a petty tyrant who defies democratic norms and has called...
  • Incentives, prices, fine print worthy of car lot

    Won-Ki Choi and his wife Janice had their eye on the Fairfax, Va., townhouse for some time. But the $536,449 price tag was much too high for them. Then they saw a newspaper ad from Ryland Homes: For two hours on a recent Saturday afternoon, the...
  • California's Russian past lives on at Ft. Ross

    A Mexican past -- Russian too Just a quick note to say how much I appreciated your fine article on California's Mexican past ["On a Mission to Our Past," June 29]. When talking about that era, it is easy to fall into an unhelpful romantic nostalgia....
  • Nearly 74,000 Lose Power in Malibu, Nearby Areas

    Nearly 74,000 Lose Power in Malibu, Nearby Areas
    MALIBU -- Nearly 74,000 Southern California Edison customers in several communities, including Malibu, lost power Tuesday afternoon. The outage started at 3:42 p.m. and affected Malibu, Agoura, Westlake Village, Calabasas and portions of Ventura County,...
  • Baltimore Ravens player Trevor Pryce sells Calabasas home for $2.1 million

    Baltimore Ravens player Trevor Pryce sells Calabasas home for $2.1 million
    Baltimore Ravens defensive end Trevor Pryce and his wife, Sonya, have sold their Calabasas home for $2.1 million. The two-story Colonial, built in 2002, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms in 5,883 square feet. It sits on slightly more than half an...
  • 2 states probe Countrywide home loans

    The nation's No. 1 mortgage lender, Countrywide Financial Corp., is under investigation by California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown and the attorney general's office in Illinois, the Calabasas company said Thursday. Countrywide said it had received subpoenas...
  • Home lenders still pitching troubling refinancing plans

    Despite the mortgage meltdown, the blizzard of advertising for home loans continues. With the subprime market in tatters in the wake of record defaults and foreclosures, fewer pitches scream "Bad credit? No problem!" Instead, lenders struggling to remain...
  • Adjustable loans spur new worries

    The no-worries lending that inflated the housing bubble is resulting in a flood of soured option-ARM loans, adjustable-rate mortgages that allow borrowers to pay so little every month that their loan balances rise rather than fall, sometimes sharply....
  • L.A. City Council extends restaurant smoking ban to outdoor cafes, effective next year

     
    Smokers in Los Angeles lost another refuge today when the City Council unanimously approved a ban on lighting up in outdoor cafes, food courts and within 40 feet of the city’s ubiquitous mobile food trucks. With the move, city officials......