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  • Reading L.A.: Admirers of Los Angeles, warts and all

     
    Christopher Hawthorne's "Reading L.A." series considers books by Richard Longstreth, John Chase and William Alexander McClung....
  • Reading L.A.: The once and future Plaza, nature in the city

     
    Of the final three books we'll consider in Reading L.A., two offer reflections on the complicated relationship between nature and urbanism in Southern California. The third is a detailed and thoughtful look at the Plaza, the public square where Los......
  • Council District 15: The Capitol contingent

     
    If Warren Furutani is elected to the City Council on Jan. 17, he would bring to six the number of former members of the state Legislature who took the demotion to serve in City Hall....
  • Reading L.A.: Growth, mega-projects and Freud

     
    The newest post in Christopher Hawthorne's Reading L.A. series tackles growth, mega-projects, Richard Neutra and Freud....
  • Architecture review: 'Centers of the USA' at the Center for Land Use Interpretation

     
    Occupying a windowless, easily overlooked storefront on Venice Boulevard in Culver City, the Center for Land Use Interpretation has been putting together quietly impressive and obsessively detailed exhibitions, publications and field trips for nearly...
  • Three-strikes law costly and ineffective, study says

     
    California's controversial and costly three-strikes law has done nothing to deter crime despite expanding the state's prison population, according to a new study. In fact, violent crime began falling almost two years before the law was enacted in 1994,...
  • 58 will appear on ballot in L.A. City Hall races

     
    Fifty-eight candidates have qualified to run for city offices in Los Angeles' March 5 election, with the majority looking to fill open seats on the City Council, according to the final list from the City Clerk's office....
  • Reading L.A.: Norman M. Klein on our collective amnesia

     
    Norman M. Klein's "The History of Forgetting" is the 15th book in Christopher Hawthorne's Reading L.A. series...
  • Texas 49, UCLA 20 (final)

     
    Texas turned the tables. Embarrassed last season in Austin when they were run over by UCLA in a three-touchdown loss, the Longhorns delivered payback in an even bigger way Saturday at the Rose Bowl. With a lot of help from......
  • Reading L.A.: Charles Jencks on Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne and the rest of the L.A. School

     
    A post in the Reading L.A. series by Christopher Hawthorne on Charles Jencks, Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne and architecture's L.A. School...
  • What if you crossed Apple with a mechanical seagull?

     
    Apple's stock keeps soaring, and so does Festo's mechanical seagull. Let's get these two together and solve the debt crisis!...