Dec. 9, 2019
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Subscriber exclusive: Times Food critics Bill Addison and Patricia Escárcega compiled a list of 101 places to eat in L.A. Their top picks include familiar names and brand-new entrants.
L.A. County is home to more than 30 library systems, with a growing number of patrons signing up for multiple cards to borrow digital books. But Macmillan Publishers is tightening the rules.
The latest outbreak of E. coli contamination sickened eight people in upper-Midwest states and 16 in Canada.
Karen Littlefair acknowledged paying consultant William “Rick” Singer $9,000 for an employee to take online courses for her son, a Georgetown student. She will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
“The Irishman,” “Rocketman,” “The Two Popes” and other male-driven movies beat out “Little Women,” “Hustlers,” “Booksmart” and more in Golden Globe nominations. But what else is new?
Chicago rapper Juice Wrld suffered convulsions and went into cardiac arrest as police and federal agents were searching his and his entourage’s luggage for guns and drugs at a private hangar at Midway Airport over the weekend, according to police.
Merriam-Webster has declared “they” its word of the year based on a 313% increase in look-ups on the company’s search site.
Cyndi Lauper brings her Home for the Holidays benefit to L.A. for the first time Dec. 10, with special guests from Marilyn Manson to Billy Porter.
We reflect on 10 ways video games impacted entertainment in 2019, be it via the stories they told, where they told them or how they told them.
The chilling trailer for “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” features new faces, including Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard, and old voices, such as Bill Murray’s Venkman.
The Guerrillas are one of L.A.’s two teams in the new esports Call of Duty League, which begins play in January.
Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major events only if they are not implicated in positive doping tests or if their data were not manipulated.
World & Nation
Welcome to the Los Angeles Times’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where our editors and writers are sharing their favorite gifts to give — and receive!
Back in 1992, when Riverside was mostly a pit stop between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, the new owners of the Mission Inn decided to add some holiday decor to the block-size historic hotel.
If you have a plant-related class, garden tour or other event you’d like us to mention, email — at least three weeks in advance — and we may include it.
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