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  • Chef of the Moment: Hugo Bolanos, the 'naked' chef of Hotel Bel-Air

    Chef of the Moment: Hugo Bolanos, the 'naked' chef of Hotel Bel-Air
    Hugo Bolanos is the executive chef of Hotel Bel-Air, overseeing the entire food and beverage operation of the iconic hotel, including Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air. The Guatemala native attended Pasadena City College and worked as executive sous-chef...
  • Review: L.A. Dance Project's launch at Ace Hotel beautifully in sync

     Review: L.A. Dance Project's launch at Ace Hotel beautifully in sync
    Notwithstanding its name, the L.A. Dance Project is an international touring company that spends most of its time in Europe. On Thursday it launched a residency (reportedly through this fall) at the Ace Hotel downtown with a three-part program notable for...
  • Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper accused of sex assault: 7 women, 4 states

    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper accused of sex assault: 7 women, 4 states
    At least seven women in four different states have accused former NFL football player Darren Sharper of drugging and sexually assaulting them, according to court documents filed in Los Angeles on Friday. At least three other women and one man reported...
  • L.A. council members to seek economic study before minimum wage hike

    L.A. council members to seek economic study before minimum wage hike
    Los Angeles City Council members opted Tuesday to seek an economic study before moving to enact one of the highest minimum wages in the country — $15.37 for workers at big hotels — a review that opponents hoped would slow or stop the proposal....
  • L.A. City Council to propose wage hike for hotel workers

    L.A. City Council to propose wage hike for hotel workers
    Los Angeles lawmakers plan to introduce an ordinance Tuesday that would require the operators of big hotels to pay workers $15.37 an hour, one of the highest minimum-wage rates targeting private employers anywhere in the U.S. The initiative by City...
  • L.A. Council to consider hiking minimum wage to $15.37 at big hotels

    L.A. Council to consider hiking minimum wage to $15.37 at big hotels
    Is Los Angeles ready for one of the highest minimum wages in America? Three City Council members will move this morning that the city study the economic impact of imposing a $15.37 living wage for workers in big hotels. First, a little context:...
  • Chinese owners set to break ground on sprawling L.A. complex

    Chinese owners set to break ground on sprawling L.A. complex
    New Chinese owners are set to break ground on a sprawling hotel and residential complex that's expected to alter L.A.'s skyline and cement a growing Asian footprint in downtown Los Angeles. Moving at a pace rare in Southern California development, owner...
  • Thousands of canceled flights, but perhaps fewer stranded passengers

    Thousands of canceled flights, but perhaps fewer stranded passengers
    The slew of storms that has pummeled the nation's Midwest and East Coast this winter has resulted in some horrible numbers: 77,000 canceled flights carrying nearly 6 million passengers so far this year. An additional 43 million people were on delayed...
  • For workers on bottom rung, wage hike could make big difference

    For workers on bottom rung, wage hike could make big difference
    On the road to Los Angeles International Airport in the pre-dawn dark, Inez Luna's eyes appear nearly swollen shut with exhaustion. He got only four hours of sleep, as usual, but he can't slow down or he'll be late for his 3:30 a.m. clock-in. For...
  • Chinese visitors turning San Gabriel into a boomtown

     Chinese visitors turning San Gabriel into a boomtown
    Chen Si, 35, and her husband visited Los Angeles from Shanghai for the first time in December, excited about local attractions like Disneyland and Hollywood. They were less enthused about the idea of American food. They booked a room in San Gabriel,...
  • Chinese developer unveils plans for Metropolis project in L.A.

    Chinese developer unveils plans for Metropolis project in L.A.
    Chinese real estate developer Greenland Group revealed plans Friday for a quick start on the first phase of its $1-billion Metropolis Los Angeles project that is expected to redefine the downtown skyline. Work is set to begin shortly on a high-rise...