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  1. L.A. film openings, July 28

    07.23 / 13:49 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Charlize Theron stars in “Atomic Blonde” and “The Last Face,” while T.J. Miller, James Corden and Maya Rudolph are among the voices in “The Emoji Movie.” Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit,” Al Gore returning to save the planet with the documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” and “Brigsby…
  2. The week ahead in L.A. theater, July 23-30: 'As You Like It,' REDCAT's NOW Festival and more

    07.23 / 13:49 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes (P.B.) and David C. Nichols (D.C.N.) Openings Becoming Human Celebrity therapist and playwright Dr. Nicki J. Monti explores her difficult relationship with her mother in this new dark comedy. McCadden Place Theatre, 1157 N. McCadden Place, L.A. Sun.,…
  3. Hike above the roar and mist of McCloud Falls in Northern California

    07.23 / 13:49 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    July 23, 2017, 6 a.m. The California Bucket List is your daily guide to essential California adventures, from easy to edgy. Check in every day for a new must-do adventure, each tried and tested by one of the Travel section's staffers and contributors.Tell us what's on your California…
  4. The week ahead in L.A. classical music, July 23-30: The 20th iPalpiti Festival and more

    07.23 / 13:49 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    iPalpiti Orchestral Ensemble of International Laureates Works by Schubert and Mahler. Soka Performing Arts Center, 1 University Dr., Aliso Viejo. Sun., 2 p.m. $29-$39. (949) 480-4278. SummerFest 17 Piano Trio Céleste performs works by Beethoven, Mozart, et al., in this Music Guild …
  5. It's not just another day at the beach, as the O.C's waterfront hotels get a makeover

    07.23 / 13:49 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Beachside hotels in Orange County, are being built, rebuilt, renovated and upgraded to grab a bigger share of the tourist…
  6. Were the raw materials in your iPhone mined by children in inhumane conditions?

    07.23 / 12:46 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Last year, I visited the sprawling mines of Cerro Rico, the “rich hill” that looms over Potosi, Bolivia. Four centuries ago, it supplied the silver that bankrolled the Spanish empire. Today, miners who work in the same tunnels as 16th century conscripted Incan laborers are providing tin for App…
  7. There are more Asian American lawyers than ever — but not in the top ranks

    07.23 / 12:46 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Two years ago, an unusual matter came before my court: a petition for posthumous bar admission brought by the descendants of Hong Yen Chang, a native of China. Chang came to America in 1872 at age 13. He graduated from the Phillips Academy, Yale College and Columbia Law School, and passed the…
  8. Don't believe the American Heart Assn. — butter, steak and coconut oil aren't likely to kill you

    07.23 / 12:46 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Last month, the American Heart Association once again went after butter, steak and especially coconut oil with this familiar warning: The saturated fats in these foods cause heart disease. The organization’s “presidential advisory” was a fresh look at the science and came in response to a growi…
  9. If President Trump fires Robert Mueller, we're headed for a constitutional crisis

    07.23 / 12:46 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    President Trump has openly declared war on Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating the Russian saga. The president clearly wishes he could fire Mueller; his associates say he’s mused about that for weeks. Now, by stepping up the pressure, he’s moving toward a showdown, and a pos…
  10. This reluctant librarian has a taste for disruption

    07.23 / 10:45 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Deborah Schwarz turned a small library sciences firm into a $50 million company that helps businesses and government agencies preserve information and…
  11. When student debt payoff becomes complicated by identity theft

    07.23 / 10:45 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Dear Liz: I went back to school in 2002 to get my teaching credential. I took out several student loans and set up a repayment plan upon graduating with automatic deduction out of my checking account. Several years ago, the IRS started garnishing my bank account stating that there was a lien…
  12. 8 found dead in tractor-trailer outside a San Antonio Walmart

    07.23 / 10:45 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Eight people have been found dead in a tractor-trailer outside a Walmart in Texas in what police are calling a horrific human trafficking case. Several other people, possibly dozens, were found in the truck, which didn't have a working air conditioning system, and they were taken to…
  13. At FYF Fest, Frank Ocean returned to a local stage, and early on proved to be as unpredictable as ever

    07.23 / 08:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    July 23, 2017, 12:35 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:Bjork shows the humanity in machinery at Friday's start of FYF FestAfter a long absence, Missy Elliott returns — and turns FYF into a dance partyIn impressive 3-D set, Flying Lotus breaks the f…
  14. What early fundraising in California says about the race for Congress: Some incumbents are behind

    07.23 / 07:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    California’s congressional races are pivotal to Democratic efforts to flip the House, and there are already more than 60 candidates in more than a dozen battleground districts for the 2018 election. Though it is 16 months before the 2018 general election and candidates have until March to f…
  15. Political Road Map: You'll get to vote on a part of Sacramento's big climate change plans

    07.23 / 07:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    As part of their plan to cut California’s greenhouse gas emissions, lawmakers in Sacramento are backing a boost in the size of the state’s Constitution. Already one of the longest governing blueprints of any state, the California Constitution could be amended under a provision contained in las…
  16. Some GOP lawmakers hail suspension of fire prevention fee as victory, but others see a bait and switch

    07.23 / 07:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A fire prevention fee levied on nearly 800,000 rural California properties was so reviled by Republican lawmakers, landowners and taxpayer groups that they tried a referendum, a lawsuit, and five pieces of legislation to repeal it during the last six years. But this week, a measure to suspend…
  17. For the Record

    07.23 / 06:50 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    John McCain: In the July 21 Section A, an article about Sen. John McCain’s bipartisan appeal referred to congressional scholar Norman Ornstein as being with the Brookings Institution. He is with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. LAPD officer: In some copies of the July 22 S…
  18. Chris Taylor drives in three runs to help Dodgers end two-game slide

    07.23 / 05:53 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    In late June, as his batting average sunk beneath .300 and his importance to the Dodgers lineup dimmed, Chris Taylor began to study video of himself. He was unhappy with the images he saw. His head was moving too much at the plate. He invested too much of his body in his swing, which…
  19. Why Kendrick is the perfect sound for 'Black Panther'

    07.23 / 05:53 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    July 22, 2017, 10:20 p.m. Marvel and DC the marketing wars at San Diego Comic-Con. Warner Bros. started the morning off with the first footage of Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One," a few "Blade Runner 2049" holograms and a big "Justice League" reveal. Then it was Marvel's turn. The…
  20. New SyFy series "Krypton" showcases Superman's grandpa and will include Hawkwoman and Adam Strange

    07.23 / 05:53 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    July 22, 2017, 10:20 p.m. Marvel and DC the marketing wars at San Diego Comic-Con. Warner Bros. started the morning off with the first footage of Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One," a few "Blade Runner 2049" holograms and a big "Justice League" reveal. Then it was Marvel's turn. The…