L.A. County accuses Grubhub of misleading customers

The price of the turkey on rye half-sandwich from Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant in Los Angeles, purchased through the delivery app Grubhub, starts around $17. But at checkout, the costs mount. With…

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Why DJ Chris Lake is so pumped for Insomniac’s Skyline Fest in Downtown L.A. – Orange County Register

As Chris Lake walked out to a sea of thousands of fans standing along Hollywood Boulevard for a special show with DJ and friend, Fisher, dubbed Under Construction Los Angeles…

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L.A. Times columnists say why California is still a Golden State

California has been a beacon, a destination, a paradise and promised land ever since its headlong expansion in a rush of gold fever. It’s also been a perennial source of…

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Korean bookstores in L.A. are dying. Here’s how one survives

Joe Choi stood inside Aladdin Fullerton bookstore, flipping through “Introduction to Business Management” in Korean. Choi, 33, has lived in the U.S. since he was a teenager, but he’s still…

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L.A. and Long Beach ports post higher cargo traffic for January

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach reported sharply higher cargo traffic in January, part of a rebound from 2023 when freight movement fell as labor troubles pushed shippers…

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L.A. hotel strike: 5 more hotels reach contract agreements

Five more Southern California hotels have reached tentative labor agreements covering about 650 workers, the latest settlements in a months-long strike that at times has been marked by violence. In…

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Biden skips visit to South Carolina for primary, stops in L.A. instead

South Carolina held the first official Democratic presidential primary Saturday. But as the polls closed, President Biden was 2,400 miles away, in Los Angeles, stepping off Air Force One. Biden’s…

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Managing Editor Sara Yasin departs amid L.A. Times turmoil

Los Angeles Times Managing Editor Sara Yasin resigned Monday amid the turmoil gripping the newsroom in advance of deep staff cuts that are looming. Yasin’s departure comes a little more…

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L.A. hotel strike: 28 hotels reached tentative deals with workers

The new year has brought more progress in contract talks between Southern California hotels and the union that represents their workers. Unite Here Local 11 this week secured tentative agreements…

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U.S. strikes Yemen: Are L.A., Long Beach ports ready for cargo surge?

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the nation’s largest cargo complex, are bracing for a business surge created by problems elsewhere: the Suez Canal in Egypt — a…

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How OnlyFans millionaires live and spend in L.A.

Hometown: Apple Valley, Minn. When did you start doing OnlyFans? I was very early to OnlyFans. I started in 2017 and did it for one year while living in Minnesota,…

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Unite Here Local 11 reaches tentative deals with downtown L.A. hotels, plans Rose Parade strike

Unite Here Local 11 has made more progress in contract talks with hotels ahead of the holidays. The union said Friday it had secured tentative agreements with three downtown L.A….

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L.A. public defender Eyvin Hernandez freed from Venezuela in prisoner swap

Eyvin Hernandez, an attorney with the Los Angeles County public defender’s office, was one of 10 Americans released from Venezuelan custody Wednesday as part of a prisoner exchange. Hernandez’s family,…

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L.A. hotel strike: Union nabs deals with 10 more hotels

Unite Here Local 11 has reached tentative contract agreements with 10 more Southern California hotels covering hundreds of housekeepers, cooks, dishwashers, servers and front desk workers who have been pushing…

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