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  • What is the West? From sunsets to gangbangers to 'no idea,' 1,000 takes in new Doug Aitken book

     
    In trying to stage a gala for the Museum of Contemporary Art that does not feel staged -- or even much like a gala -- Doug Aitken has also created a book for the event that is not simply, and......
  • Rosalind Creasy's new 'Edible Landscaping'

     
    After Rosalind Creasy tore out her front lawn and planted a vegetable garden, real estate agents stopped by to offer their services. With such great curb appeal, they said, the home would be an easy sell. That was in 1984,......
  • The Dry Garden: A fond farewell

     
    There may be something more painful than letting go of a garden built from scratch and largely by hand, but I haven't experienced it. Yet after 12 years in the only home I have known in Los Angeles, it's time......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Bernanke on foreclosures. TARP donations for TARP opponents.

     
    Home sales turn around. After a terrible summer for real estate agents, sales of existing homes climbed sharply last month, but the figures do not banish lingering fears about the real estate market. Bernanke on foreclosures. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben....
  • Mummified body in car identified as homeless woman

     
    A mummified body found inside a parked car in Costa Mesa has been identified as a homeless woman from Fountain Valley, but authorities said they would not release her name until her relatives have been notified. The decomposing body had......
  • Taxable sales plummet in state

     
    Consumers stopped spending in California during the Great Recession, and that's had an enormous effect on the sales tax revenue collected by the state, according to a report out Thursday from the La Jolla-based National University System Institute for...
  • Rent.com signs a lease of its own

     
    Perhaps not surprisingly, Rent.com turns out to be a ... renter. The EBay-owned company that helps prospective renters nationwide find apartments and houses through its website recently agreed to extended its lease at the Water Garden office complex in...
  • Hiker released from hospital after ordeal in Joshua Tree National Park

     
    A prominent Los Angeles real estate broker who was missing in Joshua Tree National Park for six days has been released from the hospital. Ed Rosenthal, 64, became lost during what was supposed to be a day hike near the......
  • Hiker lost for days in Joshua Tree National Park is now home recuperating

     
    Ed Rosenthal, a Culver City real estate broker who was lost for six days in Joshua Tree National Park and wrote his final thoughts on his hiking hat, is home recuperating and plans to talk publicly about his experience in......
  • Hiker still in intensive care after rescue in desert

     
    Ed Rosenthal, the real estate broker from Culver City who was lost in a remote area of Joshua Tree National Park for six days before he was rescued, remained in the intensive care unit Friday at Hi-Desert Medical Center in......
  • Tracks believed to be those of missing real estate broker

     
    Rescue teams Wednesday found tracks believed to be those of a prominent Los Angeles real estate broker who has been missing since last week after going hiking in Joshua Tree National Park. The rescuers followed the tracks into a rugged......