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  • Irvin R. Lai dies at 83; Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles

    Irvin R. Lai dies at 83; Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles
    Irvin R. Lai, a revered Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles best known for his efforts to save the roast duck in Chinatown and to ensure the proper handling of burial remains exposed during the Metro Gold Line extension, has died. He was 83.
  • Ronald Schafer dies at 53; California state parks superintendent in Los Angeles

    Ronald Schafer dies at 53; California state parks superintendent in Los Angeles
    Ronald P. Schafer, who as superintendent of the California state parks' Angeles District pushed to develop urban parks in the core of Los Angeles, has died. He was 53. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Ronald P. Schafer obituary: The obituary in the...

    PASSINGS: Daniel Douma, May L. To

    PASSINGS: Daniel Douma, May L. To
    Daniel Douma, co-founder of the Writers Store in L.A. Daniel Douma, 63, who co-founded the Writers Store in Los Angeles to provide software and computer help to screenwriters, died of cancer June 1 in Florence, Ore., said Gabriele Meiringer, his life...

    Reader photos: Southern California Moments, Day 161

     
    Not-so-lazy Saturdays: Bo Bickerstaff sets his camera on a group of boys and their bikes in Chinatown on April 23. Every day of 2011, we're featuring reader-submitted photos of Southern California Moments. Follow us on Twitter and visit the Southern...

    Guided By Voices, the Descendents lead a Goldenvoice-bolstered FYF Fest

     
    Less than 24 hours after the conclusion of 2010's FYF Fest, promoter Sean Carlson issued an apology. The Labor Day weekend event, a celebration of underground and adventurous music, was soured by a lack of water, interminable lines and an...