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  1. Why Armenia Genocide recognition remains a tough sellRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    An interactive art project called "iwitness," telling the story of survivors of the Armenian genocide of 1915, was unveiled in Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon. An interactive art project called "iwitness," telling the story of survivors of the Armenian genocide of 1915, was unveiled in Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.

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  2. David Cooley's Abbey is also his castleRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    David Cooley, wearing a shirt in center, is pictured with his dancers at the Abbey in West Hollywood. Abbey's David Cooley: 'San Franciscans don't always like West Hollywood.

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  3. First impressions of Tom LaDuke's work can be deceivingRead the original story

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    In 11 new paintings by Tom LaDuke, the surface of the canvas is a broad playground -- a thoughtfully constructed place for the artist and the viewer to enjoy themselves together. Sometimes that pleasure is dark, sometimes it's joyful and sometimes it's ugly or serene.

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  4. 'Anthology' author on Eames designs and who could play the coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Los Angeles Times

    Eames scholar Daniel Ostroff has compiled an anthology of design couple Charles and Ray Eames' written output -- articles, film scripts, interviews, letters, notes and speeches -- from 1941 to 1986. Here Ostroff demonstrates one of the virtues of one of the Eameses' 10-pound fiberglass shell chairs.

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  5. Datebook: Suburban strangeness, a master of noir, skewering the powerfulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Los Angeles Times

    Paintings that capture the strangeness of Huntington Beach, the latest from an icon of punk graphics and a longtime painter who still sets his sites on the rich and the powerful. Plus: a tour of downtown Los Angeles modernism and a performance that is all about art in museums.

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  6. Neil Young tops bill for Stephen Stills' autism benefit this weekendRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Los Angeles Times

    Neil Young, at right with Stephen Stills during Buffalo Springfield's 2011 reunion show in Los Angeles, will headline the third Light Up the Blues benefit for Autism Speaks, organized by Stills and his wife, Kristen. The show is Saturday, April 25, at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.

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  7. 15 classic L.A. hot dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Los Angeles Times

    Love or hate them, hot dogs are here to stay. But what exactly typifies a classic dog, here in Los Angeles or elsewhere? Should the franks be grilled or boiled? Should the skin have a snap or no snap? With the tortilla as one exception - because the taco is still king in this town - the dogs in this roundup are served on a classic bun with traditional toppings.

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  8. Shake Shack will open in West Hollywood next yearRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Los Angeles Times

    Shake Shack plans to open a location in West Hollywood next year. Shown is the Shake Shack location in Las Vegas.

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  9. L.A. actors send union strong message against enacting pay hikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Los Angeles Times

    The bid to influence more than 6,000 Actors' Equity members in Los Angeles County took on some of the trappings of a political campaign. The bid to influence more than 6,000 Actors' Equity members in Los Angeles County took on some of the trappings of a political campaign.

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  10. Why Rosamund Felsen left Santa Monica for downtown's industrial arts districtRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Los Angeles Times

    L.A. gallerist Rosamund Felsen has been in business since since 1978, during which time she has represented dozens of artists from California and beyond. This week she inaugurates a brand new space in downtown.

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  11. L.A. museums sign on to 'China Ready' program in bid to draw touristsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Los Angeles Times

    Sisters Cynthia Ying, 5, and Diana Ying, 7, look at classical European paintings during a visit to the Getty Center in Brentwood on Feb. 17, 2015. Sisters Cynthia Ying, 5, and Diana Ying, 7, look at classical European paintings during a visit to the Getty Center in Brentwood on Feb. 17, 2015.

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  12. Cheap content, growing reach make Snapchat a fast-rising starRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Los Angeles Times

    Snapchat's success with its Coachella music festival coverage highlights the possibilities for Stories, a grass-roots look into what life is like at festivals, award shows, sporting matches, college campuses and cities near and far. Above, fans at the Coachella festival last weekend.

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  13. Jason Statham, Tobey Maguire headline L.A.'s top real estate salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Los Angeles Times

    Homes linked to two of Hollywood's leading men, a Beverly Hills legacy estate and a Bradbury residence with a view were among the top residential real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week. Formerly owned by Richard Ehrlich of Westside Estate Agency and his wife, fashion designer Jenni Kayne, the contemporary showplace in Beverly Hills came to market in February and sold to actor Jason Statham for the asking price.

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  14. Tax Day 2015: Where to get $1 cocktails, plus more drink specialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Los Angeles Times

    The $1 Tax Day cocktail at Oldfield's Liquor Room in Los Angeles is an Old-Fashioned. Today is Tax Day.

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  15. Film production drops 15% in the first quarterRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Los Angeles Times

    Feature film production activity in Los Angeles County plummeted 15% in the first quarter of this year, continuing a slide in a sector that has been squeezed by runaway production. Los Angeles generated 926 shoot days in first quarter, down from 1,094 during the same period a year ago, according to a report from FilmLA Inc., a nonprofit group that handles film permits in the city and county.

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  16. Metro to study converting busy Orange Line busway to a rail lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Los Angeles Times

    The Orange Line is the busiest bus route in the San Fernando Valley, carrying about 30,000 riders a day A generation ago, Los Angeles County officials envisioned a subway that would gather up commuters across the San Fernando Valley and whisk them to downtown Los Angeles, avoiding the infamous traffic of the 101 Freeway. But after years of funding, design and political battles, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority scuttled plans for a rail line - either above or below ground - and opted for a dedicated 18-mile busway that could be built relatively quickly and cheaply on an old streetcar right-of-way.

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  17. Where to get cold brew coffee in Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Los Angeles Times

    One of the best places in Long Beach for a hot coffee drink is also one of the best places for a cold one: Lord Windsor Roasters. One of the best places in Long Beach for a hot coffee drink is also one of the best places for a cold one: Lord Windsor Roasters.

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  18. Race relations in California better than elsewhere in U.S., voters sayRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Almost three-fourths of voters say race relations are excellent or good in their neighborhoods. But just under half hold that view of California as a whole, and barely a quarter say race relations nationwide are excellent or good.

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  19. Tenants of Hollywood high-rise caught in middle of legal disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Los Angeles Times

    Abraham Ali and fellow tenants of the Sunset and Gordon high-rise in Hollywood worry that they may be evicted. Abraham Ali and fellow tenants of the Sunset and Gordon high-rise in Hollywood worry that they may be evicted.

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  20. For the recordRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | Los Angeles Times

    LACMA exhibition: In the April 12 Arts & Books section, an article about Los Angeles County Museum of Art director Michael Govan says that the museum's "50 for 50" exhibition will open April 20. It will open April 26. Foods and water use: In the April 4 California section, a graphic showing the amount of water required to produce many common foods contained incorrect figures, including the amount needed for soy milk. The correct figure is 2.10 gallons of water to produce 1 fluid ounce of soy milk, not 20.53 gallons of water.

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