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  1. education
    The Major School Districts That Will Remain Online-Only This FallPublic schools in Chicago, L.A., and San Diego will not return to campus next semester, with COVID-19 still spreading in California and Illinois.
  2. the grub street diet
    SNL’s Ego Nwodim Just Wants Every Meal to Be Delicious“That’s my goal here, so I don’t deprive myself.”
  3. niche drama
    Is L.A.’s Trendiest Brunch Spot Serving Horrible Moldy Jam?Sqirl employees say the eatery has been hiding a mold problem. The restaurant insists that it’s just part of the jam-making process.
  4. experts
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating Moldy Food“When the spores find their way to a jelly or a jam that’s not stored well, they’re really happy.”
  5. vulture sports
    MLB Cancels All-Star Game in Los Angeles Amid Coronavirus ConcernsThis will be the first year without an All-Star Game since 1945.
  6. the grub street diet
    Rosalind Chao Reads Recipes to Take Her Mind Off the News“I’m not one of those cooks who can just throw things together.”
  7. class of 2020
    Scenes From a Joyful High-School Graduation ParadePhotographer Alexis Hunley captured an exuberant mood as a community-organized event honored recent graduates of several neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
  8. the grub street diet
    Marisa Tomei Knows Food Is Not a Priority Right Now“Nothing is registering.”
  9. street vendors
    Street-Vendor Organizations Declare Support for Black Lives Matter“We condemn the violence and brutality police are using against those fighting for the right to exist.”
  10. george floyd
    As Protests Continue, Chefs Pledge Solidarity“Our window can be replaced. George Floyd can’t”
  11. shutdown diaries
    We Opened a Restaurant During the Pandemic“We did some weird experiments. What restaurant builds the menu by cooking things and letting them sit in a takeout container for 30 minutes?”
  12. the grub street diet
    Comedy Writer Bess Kalb Finally Made #TheStew“I just said out loud to myself, ‘It’s time.’”
  13. the quarantine diet
    Lulu Wang Quarantines With Homemade Stock and Kimchi Pancakes“I’m very aware of not wasting anything.”
  14. the quarantine diet
    Paul Scheer Quarantines With Canned Wine and Deep-dish Pizza“Eating two of these slices can literally make you have a better day.”
  15. keeping up with the royals
    Meghan and Harry Have Reportedly Moved to L.A.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex apparently left Canada just before the border closed.
  16. coronavirus
    These Are the Cities and States That Have Ordered Bar and Restaurant ShutdownsMayors and governors around the U.S. are banning dine-in service in hopes of curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
  17. coronavirus
    Nightlife Is Officially Shutting DownAs coronavirus spreads, cities and states around the country are placing limits on restaurant, bar, and club activity.
  18. the grub street diet
    Pamela Adlon Can’t Stop Cooking“I read cookbooks like they’re pornography.”
  19. sports
    The Most Famous High School Basketball Team in the WorldThe children of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade play for the same L.A. prep school — and they’re not the only future first-round picks.
  20. cityscape
    L.A.’s Beguiling Idea: An African-American Arts DestinationIn South Los Angeles—formerly known as South Central—Destination Crenshaw will be an elevated park amid the traffic arteries.
  21. the grub street diet
    Director Lulu Wang Orders Dumplings at the Spa“How often do I do this? Not often enough.”
  22. little people big world
    Kevin Hart Asks Anthony Davis to ‘Get the F- - - Off’ of Him on Christmas DayLeBron James joined in on the lap-sitting as well.
  23. it's the way that we live
    Where to Be Gay in L.A.A travel guide inspired by The L Word: Generation Q
  24. essays
    Gentrification Is Trying to Erase the Bread of My ChildhoodYes, it is possible to live in Los Angeles and also love carbs.
  25. democratic primaries
    Julián Castro Might Be a BelieverHis floundering campaign seems committed to advancing moral — but unpopular — issues. What’s the long game?
  26. the urbanist
    A Fashion Designer’s Guide to Los AngelesBYOB gourmet pizza, a semi-secret beach, and where to find ultrarare vintage clothes.
  27. crime
    Democratic Donor Ed Buck Arrested After Third Suspicious OD at His HomeProsecutors accuse Buck of manipulating victims into taking huge doses of meth. Since 2017, two men have died in his L.A. home from overdoses.
  28. ed buck
    Democratic Donor Ed Buck Arrested After Third Suspicious OD at His HomeProsecutors accuse Buck of manipulating victims into taking huge doses of meth. Since 2017, two men have died in his L.A. home from overdoses.
  29. niche drama
    Imagine Being Petty Enough to Inflict This Ugly Emoji House on Your Enemies“I feel like I’ve been directly attacked with my eyelash extensions.”
  30. the grub street diet
    Pastry Chef Nicole Rucker Goes Hard at Win Son“We got the turnip cakes, pork buns, pea shoots, fried eggplant, clams and basil — oh my God, the clams and basil.”
  31. Collector Dr. Joy Simmons Takes Us Inside Her Art-Filled L.A. HomeDr. Joy Simmons’s home is a gorgeous homage to some of the country’s best contemporary African-American art.
  32. cityscape
    The Restorations of L.A.’s Eames House and Silvertop Were Not Simple JobsThe innovative materials and methods in the Eames Case Study house and John Lautner’s Silvertop can be a headache as they age.
  33. drama
    Michelin Trolled All of Los Angeles — and It WorkedWhy did America’s most forward-thinking food city fall for the tire guide’s tired publicity tricks?
  34. crime
    Ashton Kutcher Testifies Against Alleged ‘Hollywood Ripper’ Serial KillerKutcher was dating one of the alleged killer’s victims at the time of her death in 2001.
  35. cityscape
    How Disney Hall Transformed a Downtown L.A. Neighborhood and the City Beyond“The 90-year-old architect may yet get to walk around the effervescent urban core he envisioned with art and music at its center.”
  36. cityscape
    LACMA Is Leaping Over Wilshire Boulevard, and L.A. Isn’t Sure Whether to Join ItA plan that’s either bold or gimmicky.
  37. life after warming
    Los Angeles Fire Season Is Beginning Again. And It Will Never End.A bulletin from our climate future.
  38. crime
    Ashton Kutcher May Testify Against Alleged ‘Hollywood Ripper’ Serial KillerKutcher was dating 22-year-old Ashley Ellerin, one of the man’s alleged victims, at the time of her death.
  39. the grub street diet
    Photographer Liz Barclay Knows Where to Find the Best Breakfast Sandwich in L.A.“This sandwich is sex.”
  40. nipsey hussle
    4 Shot, 1 Dead at Nipsey Hussle Funeral ProcessionThe procession was attended by 21,000 people.
  41. memorials
    California Fans Invited to Attend Nipsey Hussle Memorial at L.A. Staples CenterFriends, family, and the rap community at large continue to mourn Hussle’s tragic death on March 31.
  42. shootings
    Nipsey Hussle Shooting Suspect Charged With MurderHussle and several others were shot in front of his shop the Marathon Store in Hyde Park. The rapper was 33.
  43. los angeles
    Six Reportedly Injured at Nipsey Hussle MemorialLAPD are clearing out the area after a stampede ended what had been a peaceful daylong vigil.
  44. the grub street diet
    Maria Sharapova Is Sure That Australians Make the Best Coffee“If there’s anyone you trust for coffee, it’s an Aussie.”
  45. frieze
    For the First Time, an Art Fair Worked in Los AngelesWhat did Frieze Los Angeles have that no other fair ever has?
  46. the grub street diet
    Film Historian Karina Longworth Loves a Good Throwback Meal“Everything arrived looking like a magazine spread from the 1950s.”
  47. in-n-out
    L.A. Times Ignites Furious Debate After Naming In-N-Out Fries Worst in AmericaTruly, no fry can compete in the terribleness category.
  48. education
    After a Weeklong Strike, Los Angeles Teachers May Have a DealMembers of the United Teachers of Los Angeles still have to vote on the deal, but it sounds like a victory for striking educators.
  49. closings
    April Bloomfield Abruptly Closed Her L.A. Restaurant This WeekendThe restaurant was open for just over a (very tumultuous) year.
  50. education
    With Teachers’ Strike, L.A.’s Long Battle Over Charter Schools Comes to a HeadCharter schools have seen explosive growth in L.A., and now striking educators claim they’ve left traditional schools overcrowded and under-resourced.
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