Try looking in the monthly archives. October 2018

The Mideast’s Island of Peace is facing an uncertain future

“We used to live unsafe lives because of explosions, now we are living without water,” one Iraqi farmer said. …read more

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Washington could pass nation’s first state carbon tax

“It could be a game-changer in the fight against climate change,” the executive director of the Sierra Club said. …read more

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Balmain is returning to couture

Look for Balmain on the couture calendar in January. Olivier Rousteing revealed this morning at WWD’s Retail & …read more

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It’s alive! A live reading of ‘Frankenstein’ is streaming now for Halloween

The Library of Congress is celebrating Halloween in an appropriately spooky way: with a live reading of “Frankenstein,” streaming now. …read more

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From ephemeral to established: L.A.’s favorite roaming restaurants put down roots

In the waning days of the Guerrilla Tacos food truck, chef-owner Wes Avila took to Instagram to make an announcement. …read more

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Take a peek inside this Pasadena Craftsman, a ‘livable’ family home

For Lisa and Patrick Brault, the key to updating their 1911 Craftsman home in a historic Pasadena neighborhood is to …read more

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From afar, L.A. shimmers like a diamond-studded bear trap. Yet, I’m still smitten.

There is no coincidence in our house, only irony. Irony is our coin of the realm, our currency, when what …read more

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A tree hides a skeleton and secrets in ‘The Witch Elm’ by Tana French

Tana French could not have predicted Brett M. Kavanaugh, so it’s either an extraordinary coincidence or an indictment of the …read more

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Space telescope dead after long ‘blockbuster’ mission

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“It’s changed how we look at the night sky.” …read more

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California spent $4 billion on Medi-Cal for people who may not have been eligible, audit finds

California spent $4 billion on Medi-Cal coverage between 2014 and 2017 for people who may not have been eligible for …read more

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