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When my wife and I and our two small children moved late last year to Glassell Park, a neighborhood in northeast Los Angeles, we were following a predictable gentrification script. The nearby enclaves of Eagle Rock and Mount Washington were slightly out...
Tags: Los Angeles, Gang Activity, Assault, Death, Starbucks Corp.
Sun reporterBeehives. Pencil skirts. Tight sweaters. Eyeliner. Skinny pants. Sharkskin suits. Banlon shirts. Florsheims. It was 1960s Baltimore, and these were the looks - expertly captured in the latest film version of Hairspray, which premieres tonight at the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJENNIFER CABALQUINTO and Howard Joyce already had put a deposit on a house in a gated golf community when their Realtor steered them to yet another new home, which she said was by architect William Krisel. "We'd never heard of Krisel," recalls...
Sun reportersRobin Quinn's driving instructor would be proud. Nearly four decades after Quinn started driving, she has abandoned some bad habits - the lead foot, for example. Instead, she has joined a growing number of enthusiasts who practice something called...
Tags: Transportation, Nissan, Fuel-efficient Vehicles, Travel, Dodge
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPERHAPS IT is the polymorphic exuberance of Los Angeles sculptor Jorge Pardo that made him seem such a natural to reinvent L.A. County Museum of Art's display of pre-Columbian art. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Jorge Pardo: An article in today'...
Tags: Mexico City, Los Angeles, Art Basel, Death, Arts
Dorothy Gaspar does not make gloves for meek women. Her long, sinuous leather creations -- imagine Louboutin stilettos for your hands -- are better suited for martini-swilling minxes who smirk through apologies. Same goes for the chic two-tone driving...
Tags: Eva Mendes, Fingers, Rockefeller Center, Death, Rita Hayworth
Special to The Baltimore SunNestled along the outskirts of a woodsy park and a large lake are streets lined with charming homes that form a group of small neighborhoods collectively known as Lake Roland. The community backs to Robert E. Lee Memorial Park and is named for the lake,...
Tags: Restaurants, Towson, Homes, Science and Technology, Govans
MinifarmBox, a new venture spearheaded by Mount Washington writer Conor Fitzpatrick, takes some of the guess work out of vegetable gardening for novices. Fitzpatrick will deliver and install a 4-by-4-foot raised bed made of sustainably farmed cedar or...
Bullying doesn't stop when you graduate from the playground. It happens more often than we think in the workplace. One study showed that 16 percent of U.S. employees are bullied at work, according to the Workplace Bullying Institute in Bellingham, Wash....
Sun StaffThe state prosecutor's office is investigating the Baltimore Board of Liquor License Commissioners amid a factional dispute in the troubled state agency. Nathan C. Irby Jr., the board's executive secretary, who is scheduled to meet with the state...
Tags: Government, Death, Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., Prosecution, Lawyers
Maryland WeatherIt's a long way 'til Friday, but if the National Weather Service forecast holds up, we can look forward to some terrific weather for the long Memorial Day weekend - sunny skies and seasonable highs in the 70s. But first we......
Dining@LargeJust mention Dining@Large next Sunday when you attend the Sylvan Beach block party that kicks off its new ice cream brand, and you'll get free ice cream.The press release says this:The Sylvan Beach Foundation is proud to launch our new......
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