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  • Go tell it on the mountain: The Edge doesn't need five homes here

    Go tell it on the mountain: The Edge doesn't need five homes here
    Just so you know, it's not easy for me to refer to U2 guitarist David Evans as "The Edge." Sure, there was a time when I referred to myself as S. Lo. But I quickly realized that once you've gone gray, it's hard to get away with anything other than what'...
  • Southland firehouse chefs invited to cook-off

    Southland firehouse chefs invited to cook-off
    Care to test your knowledge of the L.A. food scene? Check out the following menu offerings and see if you can figure out the dining establishment that offers them. Carved turkey sandwich with caramelized red onion, arugula and blue cheese crumble...
  • Joe's Joe: Joe Coulombe

    Joe's Joe: Joe Coulombe
    I was traveling to Washington early in the George W. Bush administration and asked a friend who was working in the White House whether I could bring her something from L.A. Was there anything she really, really missed? Yes, she said: Trader Joe's Mt....
  • The economy and us

    The economy and us
    The economic sky might be falling, but here I am at Starbucks in Koreatown fretting over the death of the cafe. Really. Last Sunday's New York Times had a story about the decline of traditional cafes and bars in France -- there were 200,000 in 1960 and...
  • Even the best and brightest can be knuckleheads

    Even the best and brightest can be knuckleheads
    It seemed at first like a welcome break from political overload. There's nothing like a juicy sex scandal to relieve election fatigue. But this one, it turns out, brims with suggestions of military misconduct and questions of national security that have...
  • Chris Erskine | Beach cruiser pub crawl good for what ales you

    Chris Erskine | Beach cruiser pub crawl good for what ales you
    You can go through life like a cool guy hitting a golf ball off a yacht, or you can go through life as a real person. Both have their rewards. Have you seen that Tommy Hilfiger ad of a young, ripped Gatsby hitting the golf ball off the deck? What you...
  • Curse you, Zillow!

    Curse you, Zillow!
    If you've looked up your home value over the last year or so, you know the experience is not unlike weighing yourself after eating a large meal. The number is simply wrongThe number is simply wrong. Just as the scale surely doesn't know what's a...
  • Jim Brownfield dies at 81; football, girls' track coach at Pasadena's Muir High School

    Jim Brownfield dies at 81; football, girls' track coach at Pasadena's Muir High School
    Jim Brownfield, who achieved prominence as a football and girls' track coach at Pasadena's John Muir High School in the 1980s and '90s, died early Monday. He was 81. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Jim Brownfield: The obituary in Tuesday's...
  • Low-wage workers pay the price of nickel-and-diming by employers

    Low-wage workers pay the price of nickel-and-diming by employers
    The continuing push for higher minimum wages across the country has much to recommend it, but the campaign shouldn't keep us from recognizing a truly insidious practice that impoverishes low-wage workers all the more. It's known as wage theft. Wage...
  • Jack Kramer dies at 88; champion ushered in era of pro tennis

    Jack Kramer dies at 88; champion ushered in era of pro tennis
    Tennis legend Jack Kramer, considered by many the most influential person in the game in the last 60 years, died late Saturday night at his home in Los Angeles. He was 88. He had been diagnosed in mid-July with soft tissue sarcoma, a cancer of the...
  • LAUSD flounders as superintendent rakes it in

    I had lunch with Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. David Brewer earlier this year at a restaurant near downtown Los Angeles and almost choked. Not on the food, but the prices. I wasn't that hungry, fortunately, so I had the Chinese chicken salad,...