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‘Century Crunch’ awaits weekend travelers

Bridge demolition will close major thoroughfare into LAX to make way for new light rail line By Gary Walker The Century Bridge in Westchester will be demolished this weekend to make way for a new light rail station, prompting a...


Katsu Nakagawa and the “Lady Katsu,” named in her honor

Sowing the seeds of fun

For plant lovers, Westchester Begonia Show and Sale is about building community — and the chance to flaunt some rare flora By Allie Teaze They have names like Dragon Wings, Pink Minx, Airy Fairy, Flamingo Queen, Nightmare, Gl...


Police nab pot clinic robbery suspect

The suspect who allegedly escaped a foiled June 25 daytime robbery of the Nature’s Cure Inc. medical marijuana dispensary in Westchester after a second suspect was shot to death by a security guard is now in police custody. L...



Westchester Lutheran Church and School’s winning float Photo by Glenn Marzano

Westchester celebrates America

Loyola Boulevard was awash in red, white and blue last Friday for the 14th annual Westchester Fourth of July Parade, where thousands lined the streets to cheer on more than 50 volunteer-crafted entries by community groups. Winn...


Boy Scouts parade the colors down Loyola Boulevard Photo by Glenn Marzano

Everybody loves a parade

Westchester’s annual Independence Day street party celebrates patriotism and reinforces community bonds By Alexandra Babiarz     Loyola Boulevard will be painted red, white and blue on Friday as families line the street to...


Charges filed against Westchester pot clinic operators

Medical marijuana dispensaries on Manchester Avenue and Lincoln Boulevard are operating illegally, city alleges By Gary Walker The owners of two medical marijuana clinics in Westchester will be in court this month facing crimin...



Meg Linton (left) and artists Judy Chicago and Sue Maberry at the opening reception for “Doin’ It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building.”

The art of a graceful exit

After leading Otis’ Ben Maltz Gallery for more than a decade, Meg Linton leaves the art world to write a novel After 55 exhibitions in a little over 10 years, earlier this month Meg Linton left her role as chief…


Appointment narrows competition in contested race

Neighborhood Council of Westchester – Playa incumbent faces fewer challengers after offering one opponent an empty seat By Gary Walker Sunday’s Neighborhood Council of Westchester – Playa elections will have one less cand...


The ACLU’s Gabe Rottman and author Julia Angwin speak during the forum at LMU

LMU forum grapples with the NSA

Panel led by congresswoman explores tug-of-war between privacy and security By Gary Walker Rep. Maxine Waters (D- Los Angeles) and a panel of constitutional law experts engaged in spirited debate with students last Thursday dur...



Soundsations’ Pete Grasso doesn’t mind checking the inventory

Vinyl is still vital

The classic LP has survived the rise and fall of the CD, and now Westside record shops left standing after years of struggle are riding a wave of renewed interest in the format By Michael Aushenker Technology — especially whe...






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