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Dance Listings for Aug. 28-Sept. 3

published about 3 hours ago
Dance Listings for Aug. 28-Sept. 3
A selected guide to dance performances in New York City.
NYT > Arts   

'We Are Your Friends' director Max Joseph on Zac Efron, EDM and that thing called stress

published about 3 hours ago
He was warned against working with Zac Efron: "Don't. Be careful. He's a party kid."

'Blood Punch' is a weak shot at a comedy-thriller

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In the malevolently unfunny comedy-thriller "Blood Punch," three meth cookers at a cabin in the woods find themselves in not merely a violent love triangle but a repeating nightmare of betrayal with seemingly no exit.

When Airlines Looked Cool and Showed It

published about 3 hours ago
When Airlines Looked Cool and Showed It
A conversation with Matthias C. Hühne, the author of “Airline Visual Identity, 1945-1975,” a collection of hundreds of vivid and colorful posters from the golden age of flying.

Endless horizon

published about 3 hours ago
How do you use Instagram to express yourself?  


No paychecks? Chester teachers keep working

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Chester Upland school teachers and support staff voted Thursday to keep working despite learning the district might not have money to pay them next month.

Storm warnings issued for metro Phoenix

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Storm warnings issued for metro Phoenix
As the 2015 monsoon season winds down, rainfall totals haven't been very impressive         

Museum & Gallery Listings for Aug. 28-Sept. 3

published about 3 hours ago
Museum & Gallery Listings for Aug. 28-Sept. 3
A critical guide to exhibitions and installations in the New York area.

Avondale man indicted in ISIS case

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Avondale man indicted in ISIS case
NEW YORK — An Arizona man has been charged with helping a New York college student get Islamic State training in Syria.         

Review: Elaine Lustig Cohen’s Paintings Move Into Philip Johnson’s Glass House

published about 4 hours ago
Review: Elaine Lustig Cohen’s Paintings Move Into Philip Johnson’s Glass House
An exhibition at Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Conn., includes paintings by Ms. Lustig Cohen as well as examples of her collaboration with ... more

For the record

India film student strike: In the Aug. 27 Section A, an article about a strike by students at India's premier film school misspelled the surname ... more

Live Nation agrees to cancel one Fairplex rave and scale back others

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Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis said Thursday that concert promoter Live Nation has agreed to cancel one upcoming rave at the county-owned Fairplex and to ... more

U.S. stocks jump again, fueled by strong economic news and rallies abroad

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Stocks in the U.S. rose sharply Thursday for the second consecutive day as a market that has whipsawed investors all month took its cues from ... more

Yasiel Puig hurts right hamstring again in Dodgers' 1-0 win over Reds

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Yasiel Puig was starting to find his form, compiling a season-long 10-game hitting streak and looking like the kind of player who could make a ... more

Dodgers relievers finish Zack Greinke's strong start in win over Reds

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Kenley Jansen was unavailable to pitch Thursday. So were Juan Nicasio and J.P. Howell.

Stargazy

published about 6 hours ago
A London-style pie and mash shop, from a London-raised chef.

School Lunches Becoming Healthier, Statistics Indicate

published about 7 hours ago
School Lunches Becoming Healthier, Statistics Indicate
Substantially more schools are offering two or more fruits and two or more vegetables than in 2000, according to federal data.
NYT > Food   

The Pour: At La Garagista, Hybrid Grapes Stand Up to Vermont’s Elements

published about 8 hours ago
The Pour: At La Garagista, Hybrid Grapes Stand Up to Vermont’s Elements
Deirdre Heekin’s wines are only one facet of the diverse working farm Ms. Heekin operates with her husband, Caleb Barber.
NYT > Food   

Hungry City: At the Food Sermon, Keeping the Faith in Crown Heights

published about 10 hours ago
The Brooklyn restaurant offers Caribbean cuisine that will have you believing that food is a matter urgent for the soul.
NYT > Food   

Choice Tables: In Siem Reap, Cambodia, Local Fare Gets a Chance to Shine

published about 15 hours ago
Choice Tables: In Siem Reap, Cambodia, Local Fare Gets a Chance to Shine
New restaurants offer a deep dive into one of Southeast Asia’s lesser-known cuisines.
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When Airlines Looked Cool and Showed It

published about 3 hours ago
When Airlines Looked Cool and Showed It
A conversation with Matthias C. Hühne, the author of “Airline Visual Identity, 1945-1975,” a collection of hundreds of vivid and colorful posters from the golden ... more

The Week in Pictures: Aug. 20 - 27

published about 4 hours ago
The Week in Pictures: Aug. 20 - 27
California Hotshots control the Rough Fire, migrants cross tense borders, a newsroom mourns, D.C. welcomes newborn panda cubs, and more.

The Art of the Out-of-Office Reply

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The Art of the Out-of-Office Reply
It’s August, and vacationers’ email auto-responses are coming in left and right. From the poetic missive to a simple “nope,” saying you’re not working has ... more

In the Loop: Look inside Banksy's Dismaland anti-theme park art exhibit

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Welcome to another edition of In the Loop, the L.A. Times' theme park newsletter. I'm Funland theme park blogger Brady MacDonald, and this week we take ... more

Jam with Neil Young when he performs in Las Vegas in October

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One of the most influential singers and songwriters of a generation comes to The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Sunday, Oct. 11. Neil Young and ... more