The Jewish Journal
On the frontlines of reintegrating LAUSD
In a city and county that tends to be segregated by race and income, it's inspiring to meet people trying to reverse the trend.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Republicans Must Embrace Inclusion to Win Elections
Regular readers know that I believe my father was right when he urged Republican leaders to be in favor of a "Big Tent" GOP that had room for a variety of viewpoints on the issues facing our nation.
The Modesto Bee
Wine of the Week: 2012 Masi Masianco Pinot Grigio e Verduzzo delle Venezie
Just in time for summer drinking, a crisp, refreshing white from one of the oldest wine houses in the Veneto.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
OC/DC: Will Fed chair tip her hand?
In the world of Washington, the acronym "CODEL" stands for congressional delegation and refers to a government-paid trip designed to give members of Congress first-hand knowledge of a political situation abroad.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Influential skateboarder Adams dies in Mexico
Jay Adams skates a backyard pool in West Los Angeles in 1976. Fellow Zephyr team rider Paul Constantineau looks on from the bottom of the pool.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Lea Michele shows off her shapely legs in short romper as she...
Lea Michele shows off her shapely legs in short romper as she treats herself to shopping trip at high-end furniture store The Glee star donned a black romper as she went shopping with a pal at upscale furniture store H.D. Buttercup in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Los Angeles: Aug 16th The Deadships at the Boing Boing Village Studios Twilight Sessions
We'd like to congratulate the five lucky readers, and their guests, who won the Boing Boing All-Access passes to this Saturday's Twilight Sessions at the historic Village Studio in West Los Angeles! The Deadships are only one of the great acts they'll get to meet and watch.
Consumer Confidential: Combing through a hair treatment that went bad
Shlomo Brooks might want to consider himself lucky that his biggest problem with a West Los Angeles hair-replacement clinic is that his hair isn't any thicker.
Analysts: No traction for wearable devices
Charlie Wynkoop works out July 23 in his West Los Angeles home. He tracks his exercise using a digital fitness device he wears on his wrist and syncs with his smartphone.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
North State Voices: It's starting to feel like 1994 all over again
I was in West Los Angeles on that fateful November day. I voted there, and I was immensely alarmed that something was going to come undone institutionally as the results began to be announced.
A review of House Beer in Los Angeles
In the surging sea of new microbrew beer it's hard to find a brand that seeks to distinguish itself by taking on the big brands rather than simply making a unique beer, but House Beer based in Santa Monica is doing just that.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
New Multifamily Build Sells Above Asking
Mark your calendar for RealShare ORANGE COUNTY on August 21 at Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center.
Los Angeles: Boing Boing and The Village Twilight Sessions, Aug 16
We're thrilled to offer 5 pairs of VIP, all-access passes for the August 16th installment of the Twilight Series, a music event held at The Village Studios in West Los Angeles.
Cult of Mac Blog
California Apple Store building sells for record-smashing $100 million
How valuable is it to have an Apple Store in your property portfolio? Pretty valuable indeed, as it turns out.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Combing through a hair treatment that went bad
Man pays $2,200 for hair-replacement procedure. After 10 months, he sees no new hair.
Columbus Short Confesses To Bar Brawl
After getting tangled in an altercation a West Los Angeles bar in March, Scandal 's former Gladiator reportedly came clean to TMZ / After a night at Gabe's Bar and Grill, Short reportedly left a 37-year old man knocked out cold after the victim had a few words at the expense of Short's estranged wife.
Target Marketing Magazine
Good Googly Woogly! Search Gianta s Same-Day Delivery to Kill Amazon?
Google is a search engine, right? Google Shopping Express makes it look as though the search giant is becoming more of an offline entity, too.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Ron Paul Revolution's Positive Aftereffects in Los Angeles Republican Party
Reuters this week reported on the aftermath of a phenomenon I wrote about here at Reason in March 2012 and in my 2012 book Ron Paul's Revolution: the march of Ron Paul-inspired "liberty kids" to positions of power and influence in the local Republican Party in Los Angeles.
Wall Street Journal
Meet One of the World's Only Female Kaiseki Chefs
OPEN KITCHENS are a standard feature of many fine-dining establishments. At n/naka, all the action takes place out of view.
LA Daily News
Part of Barrington Ave in West Los Angeles to be closed Friday night for Expo Line construction
Beginning at 9 p.m., a section of Barrington Avenue in West Los Angeles will be closed tonight to allow for construction on the Metro Expo Line.