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  • L.A. politicians push for perks for businesses

    To lure a Lowe's home improvement store to Pico Boulevard, the city of Los Angeles agreed to spend $14.3 million. To bring a Costco and a Best Buy to Pacoima, the city provided $18.7 million. And to attract a seven-story residential project to Chinatown,...
  • Dinh Q. Lê at Shoshana Wayne Gallery

    Dinh Q. Lê at Shoshana Wayne Gallery
    The 12 powerful new photographic collages by Dinh Q. Lê in his fifth solo show at the Shoshana Wayne Gallery advance the trajectory of the artist's work. They add a layer of complexity missing from most of the earlier collages I've seen. Lê emigrated...
  • Red light camera roulette: L.A. is money loser, Culver City rakes it in

    Red light camera roulette: L.A. is money loser, Culver City rakes it in
    When it comes to collecting traffic ticket revenue from red light cameras, Culver City has been king in Los Angeles County. The city generated nearly $2 million in photo ticket fines in the last eight months -- hundreds of thousands more than Los...
  • Harvey Keitel's a celebrity, right?

    Being a member of the paparazzi was a lot like being a fisherman. I recently trolled the streets of Beverly Hills for a celebrity, at times feeling completely bored, before feeling the mad, addictive rush of a big strike. "There's one!" shouted Times...
  • Best breakfast spots in Los Angeles

    Gordon Ramsay. Britain's celebrated tow-headed chef offers a proper hotel breakfast in the posh new London Hotel. The Japanese bento box includes grilled salmon and whitefish, green tea noodles and buckwheat soba, a dipping sauce, beautiful rice and...
  • Restaurant breakfasts make a comeback in L.A.

    Restaurant breakfasts make a comeback in L.A.
    WHEN Campanile stopped serving daily breakfast a decade ago, the regulars (but obviously not enough of them) who'd made a cappuccino and pastry or poached eggs and ham at the restaurant part of their morning routine were devastated. They had become...
  • Wine bars in the L.A., O.C. area

    Looking for a wine bar? Lately it seems as if a new wine bar opens every week. In addition to Salute Wine Bar in Santa Monica, Corkbar and the Must recently opened in downtown Los Angeles, where BottleRock also has been planning to open an outpost....
  • The List: Art Openings

    The List: Art Openings
    So much art, so little time. How to best navigate the Los Angeles gallery and museum scene? Here are critic's previews, openings and continuing shows for the week beginning Thursday, June 26. Critic's Preview Christopher Knight, Times Art Critic MOCA...
  • Cruise into Christmas with Gap bicycles

    Maybe you remember the rush of finding a gift-wrapped bike under the holiday tree. You learned to ride and suddenly the world was bigger. Now you're older, America is going greener, and bikes bring smiles for other reasons. The vintage cruiser produced...
  • Resources: Everything you need for a great plateau

    Wondering where to buy cockles, sea snails, periwinkles or live sea urchins in the shell? They -- and everything else you need to put together an amazing plateau de fruits de mer -- are all available in and around L.A. Live Maine lobster is available and...
  • Discovery of rare wildflower in Ballona Wetlands could halt recreation project

    Discovery of rare wildflower in Ballona Wetlands could halt recreation project
    A walkway project along the banks of a Ballona Wetlands lagoon may be halted because of a surprisingly robust bloom of an obscure wildflower believed to be close to extinction, Los Angeles public works officials said Thursday. In the midst of recent...
  • Creating clarity from confusion

    To the post office, it's just Compton. To the U.S. Census Bureau, it's no place at all, an orphaned pocket of houses too small even to have a name. But to the three women chatting outside their homes on neatly trimmed Zamora Avenue, their...