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  • Soiree in the Sand

    Soiree in the Sand
    Crashing waves, ocean spray and a seemingly endless sun-draped horizon … the setting of an oceanside wedding ignites imagination and romance. Be it barefoot in the powder-fine white sands of a tropical island or a few miles from home in SoCal...
  • For the Calderons, politics and its money are the family business

    For the Calderons, politics and its money are the family business
    SACRAMENTO — Ian Calderon's introduction to the family business began at the ripe age of 1. His dad, Charles Calderon, then a state senator, staged a carnival for his son's birthday at their Montebello home in 1986. The senator used $2,000 in...
  • Overlooked by politicians, low-wage workers barely scrape by

    Last week, I visited a South Los Angeles woman whose story should embarrass us. It's a story that's not uncommon, and deserves the full attention of the next mayor of the city. Alicia, whose full name I'm withholding because she's afraid her boss...
  • 'Living wage' at issue in L.A. mayoral campaign

    'Living wage' at issue in L.A. mayoral campaign
    The pickup truck tooled around Highland Park on Saturday morning, loudspeakers in back crooning in Spanish: "Wendy, la Wendy. We're gonna vote. $15 an hour we'll make. Wendy, la Wendy, we're gonna dance. Eric Garcetti start crying." A political mailer...
  • Thousands of lives at risk and L.A.'s quake retrofit law isn't helping

    Thousands of lives at risk and L.A.'s quake retrofit law isn't helping
    When investor Izek Shomof and his family bought the faded Hayward Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, it was home to hundreds of low-income residents, many living alone in single-room units. He decided to keep the building as a residential hotel, so the city...
  • Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet

    Dog-friendly luxury hotels in Southern California go gourmet
    Oh, the joy of being a dog. Especially a dog with wealthy parents, um, I mean owners. More than a decade has passed since luxury hotels began throwing welcome parties for platinum-card-carrying pet owners . But with pets a $50-billion-a-year industry,...
  • Spas with a spiritual element in Southern California

    Spas with a spiritual element in Southern California
    If you are looking for a spiritual experience at a spa, think about what spirituality means to you. "Spirituality means different things to different people," says Susie Ellis, president of the marketing company SpaFinder Wellness. "Today a spa...
  • Gay marriage is a gift for Southern California wedding industry

    Gay marriage is a gift for Southern California wedding industry
    Lisa Phillian has been a one-stop shop for hundreds of gay couples who wanted to tie the knot even before gay marriage was legal in California. Want to say "I do" on the beach? No problem — she's a wedding planner. Need a marriage license? She's...
  • Letters: Story on high-priced pet-friendly hotels is called 'disgusting and narcissistic'

    Regarding "Bow & Wow!" by Rosemary McClure, July 7: I don't think people who have enough money for $500-a-night pet-friendly hotel rooms need to read your Travel section for tips. But silly me, a high school teacher on a budget, I thought I did. I'm...
  • School's over; lesson learned

    School's over; lesson learned
    I was driving south on the 405 Freeway to meet my former high school boyfriend at a hotel. I had met up with him a few months earlier at a class reunion. Gone was the Tom Selleck mustache that had been part of his macho look in high school, but he was...
  • Comic-Con nightlife, as told by Kit Harington, Felicia Day and more

     
    With San Diego's Comic-Con International expanding nearly every year, the annual pop culture convention has also accommodated the flourishing nightlife. […]...