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  • John D. McAnulty dies at 88; Jesuit priest founded retreat for Catholic clergy in L.A.

    Jesuit Father John D. McAnulty, who founded a retreat center in Los Angeles for Catholic priests and served as its director for more than 25 years, has died. He was 88. McAnulty died Saturday at Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in Los Gatos, Calif., after a...
  • FrancEyE dies at 87; prolific Santa Monica poet

    Frances Dean Smith, a Santa Monica poet known as FrancEyE who was inspired by Charles Bukowski, lived with him and had a child with him in the 1960s, has died. She was 87. Smith, who had been living in a nursing home in San Rafael, Calif., died June 2 at...
  • Danny Galindo dies at 88; LAPD detective in Tate-LaBianca murder cases

    Danny Galindo dies at 88; LAPD detective in Tate-LaBianca murder cases
    Danny Galindo, a retired Los Angeles police detective who helped investigate the notorious Tate-LaBianca murders, died of a heart ailment Tuesday at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, his family said. He was 88. "He was an important member of...
  • Industrial strength styling

    Industrial strength styling
    IS "20th century industrial chic" an actual design style? No matter. This two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath- room Silver Lake dandy is definitely one of a kind. This house is not for those who are seeking warm and fuzzy. There's no cuddling up to exposed pipes and...
  • SA Martinez talks about leaving L.A.

    SA Martinez talks about leaving L.A.
    SA Martinez of the alt-rock band 311, in an e-mail exchange with LATimes.com's Marcello Ambriz, explained his mixed emotions about putting his Los Angeles house up for sale. "Although we love Los Angeles dearly, and Los Feliz in particular, we're looking...
  • Home of the Week: Tropical Modern in Los Feliz

    Home of the Week: Tropical Modern in Los Feliz
    THE Los Feliz hills may be known for Spanish- and Mediterranean-style architecture, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for something a bit more exotic. Just how unusual? Garrison Leigh, the owner and designer of this nearly half-acre, landscaped...
  • A noted cook's house, with all the trimmings

    A noted cook's house, with all the trimmings
    EVER wonder where chefs come up with their culinary creations? It's possible that the inspiration for Mrs. Cubbison's famous stuffing percolated in the kitchen of the Spanish-style home atop Mt. Washington that she and her husband, Harry, occupied from...
  • An urban conversation in Los Feliz

    An urban conversation in Los Feliz
    I am sitting with Stephanie. Three days in a row now we have met. We click together like Legos. Her lips taste like strawberries. -- The little chess table was an afterthought. Languishing in a South Pasadena antique shop, it was a fake --...
  • More rain is on the way, but then it's clear sailing

    Southern Californians should brace for yet another rainstorm late today, but can look forward to an otherwise dry holiday season. The weather system that poured 1.23 inches of rain on downtown Los Angeles Tuesday and early Wednesday will drop a much...
  • 700 streetlights in L.A. out due to copper thefts

    700 streetlights in L.A. out due to copper thefts
    Thieves have disabled about 700 streetlights in Los Angeles, making off with 370,000 feet of valuable copper wiring over the last four months. L.A. officials said it is a twist on copper thefts that have plagued new home sites and even some office...
  • Precision nighttime flying was crucial to halting fire

    Hour after hour, Scott Bowman flew into smoke and darkness, piloting his Fire One helicopter over towering flames, then swooping in low as a gull to bombard them with salvos of water. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Griffith Park fire: A caption...
  • With fire out, officials begin planning Griffith Park repairs

    Los Angeles officials today will unveil a $50-million emergency repair campaign for a large swath of Griffith Park ravaged by this week's brush fire. Park rangers said they want to immediately begin replanting and reseeding the burned hillsides and...