2017-08-16_07-56-36

Tim McCune

2017-08-16_07-56-36

| Los Angeles, CA | 2017

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| Los Angeles, CA | 2017

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Lenachka 08/06/2017 #1

Justin Higuchi

Lenachka 08/06/2017 #1

Channone Arif

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Tim McCune

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Bill Taroli

Loren North 08/07/2017 #2

Justin Higuchi

Loren North 08/07/2017 #2

Simple things in life

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Simple things in life

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mike troiano

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Justin Higuchi

Ruby Force 06/24/2017 #14

Susy Sun 06/16/2017 #2

Justin Higuchi

Susy Sun 06/16/2017 #2

Train station in Salamanca, Spain

Tim Adams

Train station in Salamanca, Spain

Ready For Their Sunday Ride

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Ready For Their Sunday Ride

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Some Very Cool & Unique Bikes

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Some Very Cool & Unique Bikes

Hush Empire 06/15/2017 #1

Justin Higuchi

Hush Empire 06/15/2017 #1

Amy Shark 06/12/2017 #6

Justin Higuchi

Amy Shark 06/12/2017 #6

Cannons 06/10/2017 #2

Justin Higuchi

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Haerts 07/25/2017 #2

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Blogs (get added)

Setting the scene in 'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Atlanta' and more: Writers explain the draw of nominated episodes

A season takes months to write, weeks to shoot, hours to watch – and once it has an Emmy nomination, often what separates it from winning and losing an award can boil down into just minutes. Such pressure! So how do writers determine what the "key" scene is in their Emmy-nominated episodes anyway?...

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Money & Company

As Charlottesville fallout continues, Trump tweets attacks on Sens. Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake and the media

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Money & Company

Rep. Jeff Denham's newest challenger isn't old enough to be a congressman yet

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Booster Shots

Is Russia investigator Robert Mueller on a 'fishing expedition'?

The latest line of attack on the Russia investigation is that it has become, in the words of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, a “fishing expedition."

That critique gained momentum with the revelation that special counsel Robert Mueller had obtained a search warrant for tax documents and...

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Lakers Blog (Los Angeles Times)

Bonnie Tyler is going to sing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' during Monday's eclipse

Singer Bonnie Tyler will perform her 1983 hit "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on Royal Caribbean's Total Eclipse Cruise, a cruise ship that will be in the path of the total solar eclipse come Monday. Tyler

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boing boing

Garcetti hitting the road to New Hampshire

Kevin Roderick: Bullet Points: An LA Republican discusses Trump. Nazis in LA. A new reporter in town. Tommy Hawkins dies.
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L.A. Observed

Billions in new spending for housing, water, parks and more could be on the 2018 ballot

In the last month of the legislative year, Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers could be making deals to put billions of dollars in new spending on the 2018 ballot

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Money & Company

Yasiel Puig's walk-off double lifts Dodgers over White Sox

Halfway through the two-minute, 20-second break between Wednesday’s sixth and seventh inning, Yu Darvish emerged from the stairway that leads to Dodger Stadium’s home clubhouse. He ambled out to the mound, threw five leisurely warm-up pitches, and then welcomed a visit from Dodgers trainer Nate...

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Money & Company

House Republicans head to the Reagan Ranch to discuss tax reform, but talk of Trump's woes isn't far behind

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Money & Company

It’s been a decade since Knott’s built a major coaster. Will HangTime be worth the wait?

A new roller coaster that briefly leaves riders hanging 150 feet above the ground will pack a lot of thrills into a small space when it debuts next summer at Knott’s Berry Farm.

The HangTime dive coaster coming to Knott’s will feature a vertical lift hill, a beyond-vertical first drop and five...

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Money & Company

A friendly gallery helps Sahith Theegala in the U.S. Amateur at Riviera

Players in the early rounds of the U.S. Amateur golf championship might have a couple of friends, maybe their parents, walking the course with them, quietly urging them on. The atmosphere almost seems more like a weekend club tournament than the most prestigious amateur event in the world.

Sahith...

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Money & Company

GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Collaborates With Holocaust-Denying White Supremacist to Meet With Julian Assange

The Daily Caller reports today that Rage Furby Chuck C. Johnson set up a meeting between Republican Rep.

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little green footballs

Sacrificing Smart Asians to Keep the Racial Peace

Robert Weissberg writes: Stated in cost-benefit terms, denying a few hundred (even a few thousand) high-SAT scoring Asians an Ivy League diploma and instead forcing them attend Penn State is a cheap price to pay for social peace. This argument … Continue reading

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LUKE FORD

Uncanny Japan: a podcast highlighting "all that is weird from old Japan"

Thersa Matsuura was born and raised in the USA but spent the past 25 years -- more than half her life -- living in a small Japanese fishing village with her husband and son. (more…)

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boing boing

Humanitarian groups fear aid is being diverted to terrorist group after militant takeover of Syrian province

The recent takeover of the Syrian province of Idlib by an extremist organization has created a dilemma for the United States and other countries that send humanitarian aid to civilians and military aid to various rebel factions fighting the Syrian government.

It has become impossible to provide...

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Money & Company

Cruise the future LAX people mover in this new video

Hard to believe we don’t have one of these already—but better late than never, right?

It’s hard to imagine a day when Los Angeles International Airport won’t be choked with traffic, but a new video

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Curbed LA

What Sam Hunt had to say about cultural integration at the Greek Theatre

Sam Hunt started out in one place Tuesday night but ended up in quite another.

The singer of the year’s biggest country hit, “Body Like a Back Road,” was about halfway through the first of two concerts at the Greek Theatre when he sat down on a stool for a “little chat,” as he put it, about how...

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Money & Company

At the Hollywood Bowl, a young piano virtuoso draws fire alongside the L.A. Phil

You knew this would come our way eventually. Behzod Abduraimov, the 26-year-old Uzbeki keyboardist who made his splash in the piano world in the usual way – tackling the big Russian piano concertos – got around to bringing the biggest of the bunch, the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3, to the...

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Lakers Blog (Los Angeles Times)

'Game of Thrones' episode leaks thanks to scheduling flub

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Money & Company

Paramount Keeping ‘M:I 6 – Mission Impossible’ Date Despite Broken Ankle For Tom Cruise

UPDATE: Paramount just issued an official statement regarding Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible. Studio expects to keep its summer 2018 date despite Cruise’s broken ankle. Per Paramount: “During production on the latest Mission: Impossible film, Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing a stunt. Production will go on...

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Deadline Hollywood Daily

U.S. military leaders condemn racism following Trump's comments on Charlottesville violence

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Money & Company