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  • Britain riots, Fox's O'Reilly asks: where are the guns?

     
    British need guns to defend themselves in riots. But guns don't just kill bad guys....
  • Two tales from a passionate L.A. storyteller

     
    A memorial service was held this week in East Los Angeles for veteran L.A. Times reporter and columnist George Ramos, who died last month. At the service, journalists, elected officials and others praised Ramos for his pioneering coverage of the......
  • Yaroslavsky denounces plans to create new Latino-majority district

     
    In a sharp statement Friday, Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky condemned plans to create a second Latino district for the Board of Supervisors, describing two pending proposals as "a bald-faced gerrymander that is completely unnecessary."...
  • Monster Mash: Wyoming museum recalls Japanese American internment

     
    New Wyoming museum recalls internment of Japanese-Americans...
  • mun2 lists best cities for young Latinos: Boston tops L.A.

     
    mun2 ranks top U.S. cities for young Latinos, and ranks Boston first, ahead of Los Angeles. Miami didn't even make the list....
  • California shark fin ban advances

     
    This post has been corrected. See note below for details. A push to outlaw shark fins, the main ingredient in a traditional Chinese soup, cleared a key obstacle Thursday when it passed a state Senate committee. The bill, which would......
  • Japanese American National Museum searching for new director

     
    The Japanese American National Museum is in transition again, looking for a new director. The museum's challenges include retiring more than $7 million in bonds and serving an audience that is changing due to intermarriage....
  • Battle lines harden as officials debate supervisor redistricting

     
    Battle lines hardened Tuesday over a controversial plan to create a new district that could result in the election of a second Latino supervisor. City officials from across Los Angeles County turned out to speak in favor of their supervisors' plans,...
  • L.A. County supervisor redistricting debate draws packed house

     
    A record crowd of more than 800 people packed the L.A. County Hall of Administration Tuesday to weigh in on a controversial redrawing of voting districts for the Board of Supervisors. The five board members are split 3-2 over whether to create a new...
  • 'Latin Alternative' on KCSN gives Latino music a new accent

     
    "The Latin Alternative," now airing on radio station KCSN at Cal State Northridge, puts a new accent on Latin American and Latino music....
  • Mark Taper Forum's 2012 season may feature two Broadway imports

     
    The Mark Taper Forum's 2012 season will feature one world premiere and five plays that already have either been seen on Broadway or have won a Pulitzer Prize. The shows include this year's Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Claybourne Park," and last year's...