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  • Ballot measure raising minimum wage to $12 an hour is proposed

    Ballot measure raising minimum wage to $12 an hour is proposed
    SACRAMENTO — California's minimum wage is pegged to go up $1 an hour to $9 on July 1 and by another buck in 2016. But that isn't high enough or fast enough for Ron Unz, a Silicon Valley software entrepreneur who has dabbled in state politics...
  • Dunkin' Donuts hands fans of giant doughnut sign a sweet victory

    Dunkin' Donuts hands fans of giant doughnut sign a sweet victory
    It was a sweet -- if unexpected -- victory Thursday night for fans of the iconic Long Beach doughnut. The story began earlier this week when many became aware that a beloved city landmark -- a giant doughnut sign that sits atop a coffee shop -- might be...
  • In Utah, many want to pull down 'Zion Curtain' drinking laws

    In Utah, many want to pull down 'Zion Curtain' drinking laws
    SALT LAKE CITY — The art of bartending, Matthew Pfohl says, is all about the performance, the subtle dance of bottle and glass. Over his career this virtuoso of the high-end pour has dazzled customers, effortlessly grabbing a top-shelf gin, say...
  • 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,...
  • California lawmaker proposes adding health warning labels to sodas

    California lawmaker proposes adding health warning labels to sodas
    SACRAMENTO — Citing studies linking soda to obesity, a state lawmaker and medical experts proposed a first-in-the-nation bill Thursday that sugary drinks sold in California carry health warning labels similar to those on cigarette packs. They want...
  • Burger King profits surge in fourth quarter; shares rise

    Burger King profits surge in fourth quarter; shares rise
    Burger King reported Thursday that profits soared 37% in the fourth quarter as the company reduced costs and benefited from growth overseas and the popularity of new menu items. The fast-food giant, which operates 13,600 restaurants in more than 90...
  • With sale of Two California Plaza, Bunker Hill is poised for comeback

    With sale of Two California Plaza, Bunker Hill is poised for comeback
    One of the tallest office buildings in downtown Los Angeles has been acquired by a major Hollywood real estate investor, CIM Group, in an unusual portfolio sale that included a regional shopping center in Montclair, a high-rise in Anaheim and a hotel in...
  • A turning point for Leimert Park Village

    A turning point for Leimert Park Village
    At the Sunday drum circle at Leimert Park, the hypnotic beat of African drums breathes life into the neighborhood. Artists showcase their work. Vendors hawk clothes, soap and incense. It almost feels like nothing has changed in the 20 years since this...
  • Chick-fil-A to stop selling chicken raised on antibiotics

    Chick-fil-A to stop selling chicken raised on antibiotics
    Chick-fil-A, the Georgia-based fast-food chain, said it would stop serving chicken raised on antibiotics within the next five years. The restaurant chain, known for its chicken sandwiches and waffle fries, said the action is partly because of customers'...
  • Chick-fil-A will switch to antibiotic-free chicken -- but in five years?

    Chick-fil-A will switch to antibiotic-free chicken -- but in five years?
    Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain known for its fried chicken sandwiches, announced Tuesday that it would switch to antibiotic-free chicken. But the move could take the company five years.  That seems like a long time for Chick-fil-A customers to have to...
  • Vine Street resurgence continues with $285-million mixed-use project

    Vine Street resurgence continues with $285-million mixed-use project
    With plans for a motion picture museum relocated to Wilshire Boulevard, another vast complex of apartments, offices and stores may be coming to the heart of Hollywood in the block just south of the ArcLight Cinema complex. The Academy of Motion Pictures...