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Like any smart lawyer, UCLA law professor Gary Blasi hides in his closing sentence the weakness of his July 30 Times Op-Ed article, " Santa Monica’s homeless headache." There he concludes that "if" Santa Monica's alleged mistreatment of homeless...
Culture MonsterDespite rumors to the contrary, the final destination for Eli Broad's proposed art museum still appears to be up in the air. The Santa Monica City Council voted Tuesday evening to approve agreements in principle with the Broad Foundations. The......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHe’s been called the prophet of architecture. I know him as Frank. Thirty years ago when I was a cub reporter, I wrote the first story about him that appeared in a “popular” magazine—meaning not an architecture magazine. I was (and am) married to an...
DAN TURNER is a Times editorial writer.BETTER RED than dead. That's what I figured when I stopped by a Gap store the day after Project Red's Oct. 13 U.S. launch to pick up a T-shirt and, incidentally, save the world. Project Red, the brainchild of U2 frontman Bono and Santa Monica City...
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It was a bad idea that deserved to die: the six-lane Foothill South toll road through a popular Orange County/San Diego County state park. It violated the principle that parkland is permanently protected. The California State Park and Recreation...
Here are two guys who didn't see it coming when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger terminated them: his own brother-in-law, Bobby Shriver, and actor-director Clint Eastwood. The governor dropped Shriver and Eastwood from a state parks commission where both had...
The Times editorial "It’s a two-way street” correctly pointed out earlier this month that traffic in areas of Mar Vista and West L.A. has been adversely affected by Santa Monica's nonstop development. Indeed, all one has to do is watch the...
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DEL MAR -- Seven months after thousands poured into the Del Mar Fairgrounds for a raucous state Coastal Commission hearing on whether to build a 16-mile toll road through a state park in north San Diego County, both sides are set to be back at it today....
Tribune senior correspondentWe sure don't like our wrinkles! After the on anti-aging goos, readers want to join the conversation. Thanks for your suggestions on other things to try (or reject). In the interest of all of us who want to remain young, here you go: Anna Gunter Kaplan,...
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