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  • Janice Hahn, Democratic candidate for California lieutenant governor

    Janice Hahn Political party: Democrat Occupation: Los Angeles City Council member Age: 58; born in Los Angeles City of residence: San Pedro community of Los Angeles Personal: divorced; three children Education: bachelor of science degree in...
  • The Review: Lazy Ox Canteen in downtown L.A.

    The Review: Lazy Ox Canteen in downtown L.A.
    Something is going on at the new Lazy Ox Canteen. With no sign out front (yet) and a quiet presence at the edge of Little Tokyo, this cozy tavern is, so far, flying under the radar. But locals -- the brave denizens of downtown -- are making it a...
  • Restaurant details: Address, hours and more

    Restaurant details: Address, hours and more
    Lazy Ox Canteen *** LOCATION 241 S. San Pedro St. (between 2nd and 3rd streets), Los Angeles; (213) 626-5299; www.lazyoxcanteen.com. PRICE Appetizers, $4 to $8; soup and salads, $8 to $12; pasta and grain, $11 to $13; fish and meat, $18 to $25;...
  • Come here, you intriguing blond beauties

    Instead of going with the white wine you know, why not try something fresh and unexpected? And if our picks happen to also be good deals, who's to know? Here's our short list of stealth whites of summer. Malvasia is an overlooked grape, one that's most...
  • Why we read

    Why we read
    There's a book I don't remember well, though I can remember precisely where I found it in my elementary school library -- three yards to the right of the door, in the middle of the third shelf from the floor. I was, and remain, a compulsive reader. Back...
  • A lethal limbo for migrants

    In May 2007, Victoria Arellano, a 23-year-old transgender immigrant from Mexico, was sent to a detention center in San Pedro after being arrested on a traffic charge. Arellano, who was born a male and had come to the United States illegally as a child,...
  • Detainees suing U.S. over alleged sedation settle

    Two foreign nationals who said they were forcibly drugged by U.S. immigration officials during failed efforts to deport them have agreed to a settlement in the case, their attorney said Tuesday. In exchange for dropping the lawsuit, Amadou Diouf, a...
  • Wilmington looks to a greener future

    Wilmington looks to a greener future
    When visitors to Wilmington's historic red-brick Chamber of Commerce ask what's new, three topics tend to dominate the ensuing conversation. One is the recent groundbreaking for a long-awaited 30-acre buffer of parkland separating the working-class...
  • Los Angeles mayoral candidates weigh in on the proposed Subway to the Sea

    When Los Angeles County voters passed a half-cent sales tax to raise $40 billion for transportation last fall, about $4.1 billion was set aside for the first phase of a subway extension west from downtown Los Angeles. Times editors have been posing...
  • Tourists can go back to Catalina

    Tourists were allowed to begin returning to Catalina Island on Sunday afternoon, just three days after a raging brush fire neared its port city of Avalon and forced an evacuation. As of 4 p.m., ferry boats from San Pedro and Long Beach were cleared to...
  • L.A. city attorney candidates hold spirited debate

    City attorney candidate Jack Weiss accused rival Carmen "Nuch" Trutanich of representing a "moral sinkhole" of private clients Wednesday night, while the San Pedro attorney questioned what he called Weiss' "failed record," and whether he had the legal...
  • Highest crime rate in L.A.? No, just an LAPD map glitch

    Highest crime rate in L.A.? No, just an LAPD map glitch
    On Monday it was a grand theft auto and two robberies, on Tuesday two more robberies and four aggravated assaults. By Friday the toll had risen to 39 major crimes. And, according to the Los Angeles Police Department's website, that week late last month...