• By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    HARD TIMES, THROUGH THE EYES OF THREE CHILDREN WHO DREAM OF BETTER DAYS

    The upheaval in the lives of the Johnson children began a few years ago, when their parents no longer could afford the cost of a Los...

    Home, Los Angeles
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    JOSH FLAGG OF 'MILLION DOLLAR LISTING' CUTS A DEAL FOR BEVERLY HILLS HOME

    Josh Flagg, the Westside real estate agent and “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” personality, has bought a home in Beverly Hills...

    Styles, Los Angeles, Home, Deals, Style
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    A STAR IS BORN: YUSUF ISLAM TURNS 70 TODAY

    Star
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    ‘STAR TREK: DISCOVERY' STARS ANTHONY RAPP AND WILSON CRUZ ON HOW GAY LOVE SAVED THE UNIVERSE

    “Star Trek: Discovery” broke new ground by featuring the franchise's first openly gay TV characters. And in the first season, their...

    Star, Los Angeles, Family
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    YVETTE NICOLE BROWN AND AISHA TYLER LEND DIVERSITY TO COMIC-CON'S HISTORICALLY WHITE HALL H

    When Chris Hardwick agreed to step aside from his "Walking Dead" and "Fear the Walking Dead" moderating duties last month following...

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    BOOKS: RAYMOND CHANDLER REBOOTED, A TRUE VIEW OF APPALACHIA AND MORE

    Hi, I'm Carolyn Kellogg , books editor of the L.A. Times, with the news in books this week. THE BIG STORY Raymond Chandler's iconic...

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    IN SEARCH OF PASTRAMI

    Happy Saturday and hello from El Segundo, where this storied newspaper is now headquartered, and where we can see both the marine layer...

    Food
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    DEMOCRATS ARE ON THE HUNT FOR BRETT KAVANAUGH'S PAPER TRAIL

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    INTERNAL TURMOIL SLOWS REBUILDING OF PUERTO RICO'S POWER GRID

    Ten months after Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico's electric grid, the local agency responsible for rebuilding it is in chaos...

    International
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    ESSENTIAL ARTS & CULTURE: AN L.A. OPERA GENIUS, A GIANT SING-ALONG AND THE MOVIE MUSIC MAN

    It is the heart of summer, and the cultural happenings are cooking. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times,...

    Los Angeles, Art, Cooking, Culture
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    IT'S BACK, DAHLING: ZSA ZSA GABOR'S FORMER BEL-AIR HOME SEEKS $23.5 MILLION

    Zsa Zsa Gabor's longtime Bel-Air estate has come on the market at $23.45 million - more than twice what it sold for a year ago, $10.45...

    Styles, Style, Los Angeles, Home
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    ESSENTIAL CALIFORNIA: THE MYSTERY OF THE GIANT SEA BASS

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, July 21. Here's what you don't want to miss this...

    Weekends
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    HOME OF THE WEEK: CLAREMONT COMPOUND HAS RUSTIC TOUCH, BIG-CITY FLAVOR

    With such amenities as a recording studio and a temperature-controlled garage, this gated compound seems suited for the bright lights...

    Home, City
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    RACING! ROB HENIE IS BACK WITH ANOTHER HANDICAPPING LESSON

    Horse racing newsletter

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    IN L.A. STOP, PARKLAND STUDENTS CONTINUE PUSH FOR GUN CONTROL AND VOTER REGISTRATION

    The Parkland students - survivors of a February mass shooting in Florida - brought their activism to Los Angeles this week as they...

    Los Angeles
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    IF CALIFORNIA IS SERIOUS ABOUT FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE, LAWMAKERS HAVE TO COMMIT TO 100% CLEAN ENERGY

    One of the great success stories in California's fight against climate change has been the rapid greening of the state's electrical...

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    TRUMP'S RUSSIA WALK-BACK EXERCISE PROGRAM

    On the president's cardio workout of constant movement on Russia, and other observations from The Times' Opinion section.

  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    WHAT ABOUT 70 YEARS OF POST-WORLD WAR II PEACE IN EUROPE DOES TRUMP NOT LIKE?

    To the editor: The United States has spent some 70 years creating and fostering a trans-Atlantic alliance whose main purpose has been...

    Europe
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    JUST AN ORDINARY BAR FIGHT BETWEEN SUSPECTED NEO-NAZIS AND DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS

    A group of guys walks into a bar, doesn't like another group of guys, and a fight breaks out. Police officers stop the scuffle, and...

    Home, Bar
  • By LA Times   -   Jul 21, 2018

    LACMA SATELLITES ARE A GREAT IDEA - BUT A MUSEUM'S BUILDING IS ALMOST AS IMPORTANT AS ITS ART

    To the editor: Bringing art into the community, as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art proposes to do by opening several satellite...

    Museum, Art, Los Angeles