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Los Angeles Times Architecture CriticLos Angeles, more than most cities, has defined itself by continual bursts of expansion and an unflagging optimism about its place in the world. But as the city has grown to a population nearing 4 million, we've neglected some major holes in the civic...
L.A. NOWTina Hess says she never planned to be an L.A. City Council candidate. But last November she was shocked to see not a single woman running to represent her Westside district. And in eight other council races across the city, only a handful of women were...
The 9th Council District in South Los Angeles suffers from a toxic combination of entrenched poverty, blight, high unemployment and lagging job skills. With its current representative, Councilwoman Jan Perry, termed out and running for mayor, it is...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below. If you’re a candidate for Los Angeles City Council and you walk into a roomful of prospective constituents, you’d better be prepared with an answer to this question: How long have you lived...
For would-be Los Angeles Mayor Jan Perry, it was a bittersweet ground breaking last week for a residential high-rise a block from her apartment near Walt Disney Concert Hall. Dignitaries hailed Perry as a leading force behind downtown's revival. "She...
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L.A. NOWTwo Los Angeles City Council members called for a $3-billion street repair bond measure to go on the May 21 ballot, saying there isn't enough money to keep up with the backlog of needed repairs....
One of the animating forces behind reform of the City Charter in the 1990s was widespread frustration that the city did not effectively encourage or permit communities to participate in setting policy. In the San Fernando Valley, the harbor, Hollywood and...
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L.A. NOWThe powerful L.A. County Federation of Labor threw its weight behind seven L.A. City Council candidates in the March 5 election -- but remained silent on the three biggest contests....
L.A. NOWFifty-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....
L.A. NOWA defendant in a San Diego attempted murder trial attacked his attorney Thursday morning in front of jurors and two dozen horrified high school students. The defendant slashed the cheek of attorney William Burgener with a razor, said officials with......
L.A. NOWThe L.A. City Ethics Commission fined Councilman Jose Huizar $10,500 over paperwork violations that he incurred during his 2011 re-election campaign....
L.A. NOWA Los Angeles City Council member has asked staff to look into whether the city could use old parking meters as donation boxes for homeless services, as Denver, Baltimore, Las Vegas and other cities have done. L.A. is expected to......
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