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  • Lakers blog profile: MFont681 constructs a photo illustration of James Worthy

     
    This is the 16th post in a weekly series that helps you get to know members of the L.A. Times Lakers Blog community. Feel free to send submissions to mgmedin@gmail.com. Screen name: MFont681 Occupation: Freelance Artist and Designer (Mauricefontenot.com)...
  • Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum expansion opens

     
    Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair, so that I may climb the golden stair. So goes the familiar refrain from the Brothers Grimm fairytale about a beautiful maiden locked in a tower by a wicked witch. "Rapunzel" is also the......
  • Art review: 'Beauty & Power: Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Peter Marino Collection' at the Huntington

     
    Peter Marino, the fashionable New York interior designer and architect whose small collection of Renaissance and Baroque bronze statuettes went on view Saturday at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, likes to dress in leather....
  • Phil Jackson plans to limit Kobe Bryant to 16-18 minutes Wednesday against Sacramento

     
    Lakers Coach Phil Jackson approached Kobe Bryant at some point this weekend to reiterate one significant point as Bryant is recovering from his surgically repaired right knee. "Just don't push it too fast," Jackson recalled telling Bryant following...
  • Monster Mash: Domingo and Dudamel share the stage; Joan Sutherland passes away

     
    Together at last: Plácido Domingo and Gustavo Dudamel participated in a Los Angeles Times Roundtable conversation on Sunday evening at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. (Los Angeles Times) Passing: Opera legend Joan Sutherland has passed away at age 83 in...
  • California accepts $2.33-billion bid for 24 state office buildings

     
    California officials accepted a winning bid Monday of $2.33 billion for 24 state office buildings from a consortium of three U.S. investment companies. The state will lease the buildings, including two in downtown Los Angeles, back from the new owners.......
  • L.A. Unified and six other districts will pursue reforms even without federal money

     
    A group of seven school districts, including Los Angeles Unified, announced Monday that they would move ahead with reform plans developed for the recent federal Race to the Top school-reform grant competition. In August, California lost that bid—and...
  • Lamar Odom in charge of managing rookie duties

     
    When it came time to decide who would remain in charge of managing rookie duties with Devin Ebanks and Derrick Caracter, the Lakers didn't choose the uber competitive Kobe Bryant, the eloquent Derek Fisher or the worldly Pau Gasol. They pointed to the...
  • El Monte conference details woes caused by state budget cuts

     
    Frustrated by the state’s recent raids on local funds for public safety and transportation, El Monte held a San Gabriel Valley "state of the region" conference Thursday, emphasizing the effect California’s budget problems have had on the region’s 47...
  • Kobe Bryant says he's OK with gradual rehabilitation process

     
    Long after practice ended, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant remained on the floor going through a seemingly never-ending routine. While the media talked with Coach Phil Jackson, partly to talk about Bryant's four-of-28 clip through three exhibition games,...
  • 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: This is going to sound so obnoxious!

     
    “It’s so Beverly Hills…” Taylor Armstrong, a member of the newest “Housewives” franchise ensemble, may have been describing her castmate’s miniature-sized dog, Jiggy, as the must-have accessory among the elite w...
  • University balks at ex-student's selling of homework and class notes

     
    Recent graduate Ryan Stevens sought to put his business degree from Cal State Sacramento to use by creating a website where students can buy and sell lecture notes, old homework, study guides and other class materials. The site, NoteUtopia.com, which........