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  1. An Airstream idyll in Malibu with many happy returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    On a plateau next to a shiny 1957 Airstream Flying Cloud with 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, we could sit out and watch the Santa Monica Mountains and a giant sapphire sky. There was no one else in sight.

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  2. McMansions eat up traditional backyards as interiors trump exteriorsRead the original story

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    The scene in one unassuming 1920s and '30s Los Angeles neighborhood is increasingly familiar. Simultaneously springing up within two blocks, on modest 6,500-square-foot lots that once held single-story homes of less than 2,000 square feet, are four massive two-story constructions of 5,000 square feet each that aggressively push the limits of the lot lines - classic mansionization.

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  3. Playing for keeps on semipro football teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    Ericka Berumen and her daughter Aaliyah Kenny at a table in their Duarte home dedicated to Kevin Kenny. As the last traces of daylight vanished, players for the semipro Hollywood Stars tugged on shoulder pads and pants behind their cars.

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  4. Five must-see booths at the L.A. Art Book FairRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 29 | Los Angeles Times

    The L.A. Art Book Fair will feature more than 250 exhibitors from all over the world. Among the special features: an exhibition of the works of American-born artist Dorothy Iannone, who creates personal and whimsical artist books such as "A Cookbook," from 1969.

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  5. L.A.'s fast-casual pizzas: A look at 7 margherita pizzasRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 29 | Los Angeles Times

    If there's an empty storefront in your neighborhood strip mall, chances are that a fast-casual pizza joint will be occupying it shortly - that is, if one hasn't already set up shop. In recent months, a parade of customizable pizza establishments has marched across the Southland, offering an assembly line of meats, cheeses, vegetables and herbs for pizza-goers to mix and match according to their individual palates.

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  6. Taft Building, an aging Hollywood hot spot, gets a makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Los Angeles Times

    DLJ Capital Partners restored the Taft Building inside and out, exposing windows and brick walls that had been hidden for years. DLJ Capital Partners restored the Taft Building inside and out, exposing windows and brick walls that had been hidden for years.

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  7. 10 hottest neighborhoods for real estate? None in L.A., report saysRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Los Angeles Times

    An Eagle Rock house for sale in 2009. Last year the L.A. neighborhood was ranked the second hottest in the country, according to Redfin.

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  8. Mormon Church's shift on gay rights follows series of defeats in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Los Angeles Times

    People rally in West Hollywood in 2013 to celebrate the Supreme Court ruling that struck down California's Proposition 8, which had banned same-sex marriage. The Mormon Church, an ardent supporter of Proposition 8, was caught off guard by the fury provoked by the campaign.

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  9. As Box shares soar in IPO, CEO Aaron Levie explains why he left L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Los Angeles Times

    Box CEO says he wanted the firm to be 'immersed' in Silicon Valley culture, so he moved it out of L.A. USC gave Box Inc. Chief Executive Aaron Levie a spark, but it's Silicon Valley that's enjoying his success. On Friday, Box went public, issuing shares on the New York Stock Exchange to raise $175 million for the young company.

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  10. L.A. city attorney targets alleged talent scamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Los Angeles Times

    A four-count criminal complaint has been filed by the Los Angeles city attorney's office against talent manager Debra Baum, alleging that she violated the Krekorian Talent Scam Prevention Act by charging clients more than $100,000 in up-front fees. California's Krekorian Act, which went into effect in 2010, prohibits managers, agents and other people who represent actors to charge them any fees other than commissions.

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  11. City National deal: A happy union of 2 thriving banksRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Los Angeles Times

    First Interstate Bank and Security Pacific Bank in Los Angeles were swallowed into the empires of BofA and Wells Fargo. Above, the headquarters of First Interstate Bank in downtown Los Angeles in 1995.

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  12. City National deal began with a Canadian banker going undercoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Los Angeles Times

    The Royal Bank of Canada's deal to buy City National Bank comes at a time when banks that survived the Great Recession are being pinched by low interest rates, which cut into their profit on lending. The Royal Bank of Canada's deal to buy City National Bank comes at a time when banks that survived the Great Recession are being pinched by low interest rates, which cut into their profit on lending.

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  13. Datebook: Vintage car design, objects of desire, flight of the bumblebeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Los Angeles Times

    L.A. artist Jonas Becker has his first museum installation at the Craft & Folk Art Museum in Mid-Wilshire. The multimedia piece includes a mountain of hand-crafted objects that reflect the desires of people the artist interviewed.

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  14. Uber rides will be cheaper this month in 48 cities, including L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Los Angeles Times

    App-based ride service Uber says it's cutting fares in 48 cities around the country during what the company calls the January slump. "We want to boost demand so more people will request a ride with Uber," said spokesman Michael Amodeo.

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  15. Super Bowl party time: Tacos, a pig roast, beer pong, Suzanne Goin's chicken wingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Los Angeles Times

    Petty Cash serves some pretty great tacos, to eat with booze or the game or both. If you're not entirely sure what you're doing on the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 1, you probably need to start watching ESPN.

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  16. 4 places in L.A. to find great Mexican hot chocolateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Los Angeles Times

    Prepared with Oaxacan chocolate powder and doused with spices, this frothy delicate drink tastes more of cinnamon than chocolate. At Elsa's Bakery in Highland Park, the slightly rich, frothy Mexican hot chocolate arrives in colorful Mexican earthenware.

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  17. L.A. Chamber Orchestra Executive Director Rachel Fine to departRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Members of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, with Music Director Jeffrey Kahane, in November. After more than four years leading the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Rachel Fine will step down as executive director Feb. 27, the organization's board of directors announced on Tuesday.

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  18. Drug-resistant tuberculosis a tiny - but potent - foe in L.A. CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Dr. Caitlin Reed examines her patient at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar. He suffers from extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis.

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  19. 'Weird' Al Yankovic announces 'The Mandatory Tour' datesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Los Angeles Times

    "Weird" Al Yankovic performing during "The Simpsons Take the Bowl" event in 2014. Yankovic has announced "The Mandatory Tour" for 2015.

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  20. Playa Vista turning into Silicon Valley South as tech firms move inRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | Los Angeles Times

    Yahoo has signed a long-term lease for about 130,000 square feet at the new Collective campus, which is still under construction in Playa Vista. Yahoo has signed a long-term lease for about 130,000 square feet at the new Collective campus, which is still under construction in Playa Vista.

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