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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018
Kavanaugh heads for confirmation
Supreme Court nominee
overcomes concerns to
advance to Saturday vote
By Jennifer Haberkorn,
Sarah D. Wire
and Chris Megerian
Alex Wong Getty Images
REPUBLICAN Sen. Susan Collins, thought to be a swing vote, endorsed Brett Kavanaugh in a speech Friday.
California?s glass ceiling
Whoever wins, the next governor will once again be an
affluent white man who won?t resemble most residents
By Phil Willon
SACRAMENTO ? With
California?s race for governor narrowed down to two
big-city rich guys, the mayor
of the tiny farm town of Fowler worries that the San
Joaquin Valley might continue to be a political afterthought.
David Cardenas wants to
see Democrat Gavin Newsom and Republican John
Cox in the valley a lot more
often so the candidates can
see firsthand the fallow
fields, dry wells and farmworkers packing up and
moving to other states.
But even that might not
Gary Coronado Los Angeles Times
?IT?S HARD to know what life is like here ? if you
haven?t lived here,? says David Cardenas, left, mayor
of the San Joaquin Valley farm town of Fowler.
be enough, he said.
?It?s hard to know what
life is like here ? if you
haven?t lived here,? said Cardenas, who owns a small
auto shop in town. ?I think
that we will be better represented if we have someone
who understands, has lived
as a person from a very different background.?
No matter who wins in
November, the next governor won?t resemble most
Californians. In a state
where Latinos outnumber
whites, women outnumber
men and the median family
income is just under $64,000
a year, both gubernatorial
candidates are white men
[See Governor, A8]
WASHINGTON ? Judge
Brett Kavanaugh is poised
to win Senate approval Saturday to become the fifth
solid conservative on the
U.S. Supreme Court, ending
one of the ugliest, most partisan confirmation battles in
modern history.
Kavanaugh?s path to the
nation?s highest court was
cleared Friday afternoon after two key undecided lawmakers, Sens. Susan Collins
(R-Maine) and Joe Manchin
III (D-W.Va.), announced
they would support him in
the final vote.
The nomination, once
seen as a safe bet in the Republican-controlled Senate,
almost derailed when multiple women accused Kavanaugh of decades-old sexual assault and misconduct,
turning the confirmation
process into a referendum
on the political power of the
#MeToo movement.
Kavanaugh, who now sits
on the D.C. Circuit Court of
Appeals, denied the allegations and conservatives rallied behind him.
But the nomination unleashed fierce passions
across the nation and particularly on Capitol Hill,
where hundreds of protesters have swarmed government office buildings and
confronted wavering senators in recent days.
Partisan rancor left over
from the fight could throw a
wild card into the midterm
election in November, potentially energizing voters
on both the left and the
right. Suburban women, in
particular, are expected to
Stepping out of
her party line
Vote against Kavanaugh
isn?t Alaska Sen. Lisa
Murkowski?s first time
to reject Republican
orthodoxy. NATION, A7
W IL L VINTON
He molded pop
culture through
his Claymation
By Tracy Brown
F
or Will Vinton, everything started with a lump
of clay.
During the 1960s, he was an architecture student at UC Berkeley when he became fascinated by the whimsical, organic work of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi. He needed to use the clay to
imitate Gaudi?s sensuous shapes.
His friends, often after a few beers, would play with
the clay that was always lying around Vinton?s house.
And Vinton, who dabbled in filmmaking, would shoot
movies of the clay?s evolving form. Those were the first
seeds of what would eventually become his signature
technique, known as Claymation.
?Sometimes we made some pretty obscene things
out of it,? Vinton told The Times in 1987, ?but no matter
what we did, the clay always came to life.?
Vinton, the award-winning animator known for his
groundbreaking work with Claymation, died Thursday
[See Vinton, A8]
in Portland, Ore., after a 12-year
?AN IMAGINATIVE PLAYGROUND?
Will Vinton would shoot movies of clay lying
around his house ? the first seeds of Claymation.
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JASON VAN DYKE , a veteran Chicago officer, is led away after a jury found him
guilty of second-degree murder in the 2014 shooting death of Laquan McDonald.
Chicago police officer
found guilty of murder
By Jaweed Kaleem
For more than a year,
Chicago refused to release
the grainy police video of the
veteran white police officer
shooting a black youth to
death.
When the courts finally
demanded the video be
made public, the city
seethed. There were protests, political upheaval and
a scathing federal investigation that concluded that police in America?s third-largest city routinely violated
the civil rights of minorities
and treated them like ?animals.?
On Friday, another chap-
LAQUAN McDONALD
was 17. Van Dyke shot
McDonald 16 times in
less than 15 seconds.
ter in the four-year saga
closed when a jury found the
Chicago police officer guilty
of murder in the shooting
death of 17-year-old Laquan
McDonald.
The conviction was the
first time in half a century
that an on-duty Chicago police officer faced such a fate.
It also marked a rare instance nationwide that an
officer was put on trial and
found guilty of murder for a
police shooting.
Officer Jason Van Dyke,
who worked for 17 years in
uniform, now could serve between four and 20 years in
prison after being convicted
of second-degree murder in
[See Chicago, A10]
play a crucial role in which
party controls the House,
and possibly the Senate.
Although Collins was
widely considered a swing
vote, she ultimately delivered a full-throated, 40-minute endorsement of Kavanaugh, praising his record
and raising questions about
the allegations against him.
?I do not believe that
these charges can fairly prevent Judge Kavanaugh from
serving on the court,? she
said.
Top presidential aides
burst out in applause in the
West Wing while watching
[See Kavanaugh, A7]
Nobel
winners
combat
wartime
rape
Peace prize goes to
two activists working
to end systemic sexual
violence, sending ?a
message of awareness.?
By Matt Pearce
The Nobel Peace Prize
was awarded Friday to a former sex slave in Iraq and a
doctor in Congo working to
halt systematic rape in some
of the world?s worst conflict
zones at a time of increasing
global awareness of abuse
against women.
The prize went to Nadia
Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi who
was enslaved in 2014 by Islamic State extremists before escaping and becoming
a United Nations advocate
against sexual assault, and
Dr. Denis Mukwege, a gynecologist from the conflictriven Democratic Republic
of Congo who treats victims
of sexual violence. Each has
faced life-threatening risks.
?Both laureates have
made a crucial contribution
to focusing attention on, and
combating,
such
war
crimes,? the Norwegian Nobel Committee said in its announcement of the award.
?Each of them in their own
way has helped to give greater visibility to war-time sexual violence, so that the perpetrators can be held accountable for their actions.?
Rape and sexual abuse
are often used as strategic
tools of war by soldiers
against
noncombatants
such as women and children.
The victims may be singled
out for their ethnic, racial or
political identities and have
little access to justice.
?We want to send out a
message of awareness, that
[See Nobel, A4]
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The trade war and its costs
The longer the U.S.-China feud, the more unpredictable its outcome
By Robyn Dixon
BEIJING ? President
Trump and his supporters
say he is winning his trade
war with Beijing. Just look
at the Chinese economy.
The nation is dealing with a
mountain of debt, and its
growth and investment are
slowing. But are Trump?s
trade policies responsible?
And if Trump keeps on
pushing, can he win? And if
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What is Trump?s real objective?
No one is quite sure how
far Trump plans to go in
pressuring China with hefty
trade tariffs. One analysis
late last month by the Australia-based ANZ Bank
predicted the warfare will
last until 2020 because the
two sides are so far apart.
Washington accuses China
of stealing American intellectual property and demands it open its economy
up more to foreign competition. China contends that it
is playing by World Trade
Organization rules.
Some analysts think the
real U.S. objective is a gradual ?decoupling? of the
world?s two biggest economies, hitherto deeply entwined and interdependent.
The U.S. government has
blocked investments by
several prominent Chinese
companies ? particularly in
the telecommunications
and high-tech fields ? as
threats to American security, and Chinese investment
in the U.S. economy has
plummeted. Meanwhile,
some U.S. companies are
planning to move operations out of China if the
trade war drags on.
?There is no doubt that
U.S.-China relations have
flipped, from some kind of
hedged, competitive engagement, to all-out competition on numerous fronts,?
said analyst Richard McGregor of the Sydney-based
Lowy Institute, who is currently in Washington. ?It?s
not just about trade. It?s
geopolitical, military, diplomatic and economic, which
is why there?s no real endpoint in sight.
?Both sides want to
untangle parts of their
economic relationship on
national security grounds,
to ensure that they don?t
rely on each other in any
pivotal areas. Business and
trade used to provide some
ballast to the geopolitical
competition. Now, business
is just another battleground.?
One interpretation
popular in China is that the
economic conflict is all
about ?containing? its rise
as a high-tech global leader.
The longer the warfare
continues, the more uncertain its outcome, as both
Kyodo
PRESIDENTS Xi Jinping and Trump at their summit in Beijing last November.
The U.S.-China relationship since then has deteriorated quickly and significantly.
sides ratchet up pressure in
ways designed to antagonize.
Is Trump?s trade war
putting the Chinese economy under so much pressure
that it is slowing down?
China?s economy is slowing and may slow down
further, analysts warn. But
it has nothing to do, they
say, with Trump or the
trade war. Instead, it is
related to Chinese government policies since 2016 to
bring the country?s mountain of debt under control.
For years, Chinese
growth was fueled by credit,
some of it issued by murky
institutions known as
?shadow banks? because
they operated outside the
formal banking sector,
making it difficult for the
government to control.
Between 2008 and 2017,
China?s credit grew faster
than that of any other economy in history: by $29 trillion, compared with gross
domestic product growth of
$7 trillion.
It seemed the normal
rules of boom and bust did
not apply. But others say
those days are ending.
Chinese GDP growth
eased from 6.8% in the first
quarter to 6.7% in the second, and it is expected to
slow further in coming
months. Spending on infrastructure was 6% in the first
half, compared with 8.6%
the previous year.
?China is no longer insulated from a slowdown in its
economic growth by virtue
of its extraordinary savings
rate. Similarly it is not U.S.
trade pressure that is bringing about this reckoning in
its economic outlook. That?s
very important because it
means that China must
change its course regardless
of whether what we do here
in Washington is naughty or
nice,? said China economic
analyst Daniel Rosen,
launching a report he cowrote, ?Credit and Credibility: Risks to China?s Economic Resilience,? at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington on Wednesday.
China has been moving
to reduce bad loans by
banks and off-budget loans
by local governments, leading to an economic slowdown as credit tightens.
Those moves are complicated by the trade war,
which further threatens
growth and puts the Chinese economy under additional pressure.
Do China?s economic problems mean that Trump can
win the trade war? And
what are the dangers of
pressing on?
Trump seems so confident of victory that there is
little likelihood he will ease
up the pressure. He told
reporters Monday that
China badly wanted new
trade talks, but that ?it?s too
early to talk ? because
they?re not ready.?
But the problem with
trade wars that drag on is
that they have a way of
souring entire relationships.
This week?s near collision
between the U.S. destroyer
Decatur and a Chinese
warship in the South China
Sea showed the potential for
a serious military clash. The
vessels came within 50 yards
of each other. The United
States accused the Chinese
ship of ?unsafe and unprofessional? conduct, and
China warned the U.S. to
cease ?provocative? action.
There are other frictions:
American sanctions on a
Chinese military agency and
U.S. sales of military equipment to Taiwan have angered China. Trump has
also accused China of interfering in the U.S. midterm
election. And after the recent arrest of a Chinese
student suspected of spy-
ing, the Trump administration announced moves to
limit visas to Chinese students in high-tech fields.
Vice President Mike
Pence delivered a broadranging attack on China on
Thursday, just days before
Secretary of State Michael
R. Pompeo is due for talks in
China. The relationship has
deteriorated so much, so
fast in recent weeks that it is
beginning to feel as if something has broken.
?Both China and the U.S.
? and their leaders ? currently seem committed to
economic and security
policies that will increase
the tension between them,
heighten the cost and scale
of their de facto arms race,
and at least marginally
increase the risk of incidents, clashes, or more
serious conflict,? military
analyst Anthony Cordesman, former director of
intelligence assessment in
the Office of the Secretary of
Defense, wrote in an
analysis for the Center for
Strategic and International
Studies. He compared the
U.S.-China competition to
the arms race pursued by
Britain and Germany before
World War I, setting the
stage for last century?s two
most devastating wars.
?Each is pursuing policies that are broadening the
range of technologies and
forces it can use against the
other. Each is adjusting its
strategic posture to put
more emphasis on containment and conflict. Each is
effectively attempting to
?win? the future at the other?s expense,? he wrote.
As relations worsen, he
continued, ?it is becoming
steadily harder to distinguish between efforts designed to limit or contain
the other state and those
that might lead to actual
conflict.?
robyn.dixon@latimes.com
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THE WORLD
Christian right?s global ?culture war?
Having lost fight to ban gay marriage in U.S., groups turn focus to Eastern Europe
By Sabra Ayres
and Laura King
IASI, Romania ? A few
days before Romanians
were to decide whether to
change the constitution to
ban same-sex marriage,
Texas-based lawyer Peter
Costea was busy crisscrossing the country, looking for
votes.
In this northeastern Romanian city, he made the
rounds, meeting the mayor
and religious leaders in the
Romanian Orthodox and
Catholic churches. A 61-yearold Romanian American,
Costea chatted easily in Romanian with medical students as he handed out literature about Saturday?s ballot initiative.
It wasn?t the first time
Costea had campaigned
against gay marriage here.
Thirteen years ago, he
worked with local Christian
groups in the first push for a
constitutional amendment
declaring that marriage is a
union between a man and a
woman. That effort failed.
This time, he?s backed by
far more firepower. Costea
turned to the Alliance Defending Freedom, an Arizona-based association that
has emerged as an influential legal force for the American religious right ? part of
a larger pattern of conservative evangelical and other
Christian groups finding fertile new ground for pressing
an agenda against marriage
between same-sex partners.
?U.S.
religious
right
groups see the culture war as
a global struggle, and they
are increasing their impact
around the world,? said
Peter Montgomery, senior
fellow at the Washingtonbased liberal advocacy
group People for the American Way. Eastern Europe, he
said, is a particularly attractive target, because of a
backlash against the socially
progressive policies of the
European Union.
As greater rights for gay
people have taken hold elsewhere ? including the
United States, where the
Supreme Court legalized
same-sex marriage nationwide in 2015, and India,
where a gay-sex ban was
struck down last month ?
conservative groups in Romania are hoping to stem
the tide.
?It?s a way of protecting
our children in front of this
whole concept of gender
ideology,? said Mihai Gheorghiu of the Coalition for
Families, the consortium of
religious nonprofit groups in
Romania leading the charge
on the referendum.
That meshes perfectly
with the goals of Christian
conservatives in the U.S.
?We are supporting our
brothers and sisters, who
are standing up to protect
marriage and family,? said
Brian Brown of the International Organization for the
Family, a U.S.-based group
that opposes same-sex
marriage.
In Romania, the 2006
campaign failed because it
did not meet the required
threshold for signatures.
But nine years later, the effort was revived ? thanks in
large part to the lobbying efforts of some of America?s
largest conservative Christian groups, including Liberty Counsel and the European branch of Pat Robertson?s American Center
for Law and Justice.
Human rights groups
and the Southern Poverty
Law Center say the legal
arms of these groups, once
criticized for their involvement in promoting anti-gay
legislation in Africa and
South America, have been
emboldened by Donald
Trump?s presidency.
Within days of Trump?s
election victory, the Coalition for Families was ?contacted by higher-ups in the
Romanian government to
say that things had changed
in Romania because things
had changed in the White
House,? Costea said. They
promised to help jump-start
the referendum campaign,
he said.
To that end, the Alliance
Defending Freedom has
held conferences and run an
informational
campaign
backing the Coalition of
Photographs by
Sabra Ayres Los Angeles Times
ROMANIANS WILL vote this weekend on whether to change the constitution to ban same-sex marriage.
Above, a woman in Iasi, Romania, walks past an information tent hosted by supporters of the referendum.
TEXAN lawyer Peter Costea and other U.S. conser-
vatives have campaigned in Romania for the ban.
Families to promote the Romanian measure. Along
with Liberty Counsel, it also
submitted
friend-of-thecourt memos to Romania?s
Constitutional Court.
The saga playing out in
Romania is part of a wider
regional pattern. Croatia
and Slovenia have passed
similar measures defining
marriage as being between a
man and a woman, and initiatives elsewhere have
sought to champion traditional definitions of family.
As conservative populist
movements have gained political ground across Europe, the U.S. religious right
is finding common cause
with Russian President
Vladimir Putin, who has
formed a close bond with the
Russian Orthodox Church
to burnish an image of Russia as a stronghold of Christian values.
In some ways, Romania?s
constitutional change would
be symbolic, because samesex marriage is not recognized there. But proponents
of the measure say it would
affirm the country?s traditional values.
The European Court of
Justice has ruled that all
European Union countries
? of which Romania is one
? must recognize the legal
rights of same-sex marriages granted in other
countries within the bloc.
EU member countries are allowed to define marriage as
they choose, however, and
none of the former Warsaw
Pact countries in the bloc
have legalized same-sex
marriage.
Last month, Romania?s
Constitutional Court did
rule that gay couples should
have the same ?family
rights? as heterosexuals in
matters such as inheritance
and medical issues.
A key umbrella organization for the fight against
same-sex marriage has been
the World Congress of Families, an Illinois-based, conservative Christian alliance
jointly founded by Russian
and
Western
religious
groups that bills itself as
?uniting leaders worldwide
in defense of faith, family
and freedom.?
?You have the American
right that is spreading their
wings with all these connections they have with Russia
or with other conservative
groups,? said Vlad Viski of
Mozaiq, a Romanian nonprofit
supporting
the
LGBTQ community.
Lawyers from Liberty
Counsel, the U.S. group that
defended Kentucky court
clerk Kim Davis when she refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, have
been in Romania to work
with Christian groups and
conservative lawmakers to
lobby for the constitutional
change.
Gheorghiu, of the Coalition for Families, said that
the group invited Davis and
international
religious
rights groups to Romania
not for financial help, but to
lend political guidance and
expertise.
Liberty Counsel?s vice
president of legal affairs and
chief litigation counsel, Horatio Mihet, is a Romanian
American who traveled to
Romania with Davis last
spring.
Mihet defended Davis in
her 2015 case, and Mihet and
Davis traveled across Romania to give talks and lectures
over the course of 10 days, he
said in a telephone interview. The pair came at the
invitation of the Coalition
for Families.
Mihet hotly denied human rights groups? accusations that Liberty Counsel
and other U.S. groups are exporting harmful prejudices,
and he called a hate-group
designation by the Southern
Poverty Law Center ?an unfortunate label? used to shut
down debate.
The Coalition for Families, formed in 2014, used its
expansive
church-based
network two years later to
gather more than 3 million
signatures ? far exceeding
the required 500,000 ? to
initiate the constitutional
referendum.
Romania decriminalized
homosexuality in 2001, and
gay rights advocates said
the country has slowly become more open. The annual gay pride parade has gone
from 500 participants in 2000
to almost 10,000 this year.
Opponents of this weekend?s referendum are urging
a boycott of the vote ? a
move meant to dampen the
initiative?s chances of garnering the needed 30% turnout and at least 5 million
votes in favor. Balloting will
last for two days starting
Saturday.
Many said they believed
the referendum effort would
never have advanced this far
had it not been for the efforts
of the U.S. conservative
groups.
?The Orthodox Church
would not have had the organization or power to
transform this idea into action,? said Vlad Alexandrescu, a Romanian senator from a small opposition
party that has come out
against the referendum. He
cited ?American influence?
as a crucial factor.
But Brown, of the Inter-
national Organization for
the Family, insisted that the
American groups are only
playing a supporting role,
not orchestrating the campaign. ?We are open, we are
honest, and we are clear that
we are helping. But in no way
are we leading this effort,? he
said.
Cultural and social factors help make Romania
particularly receptive to the
conservative aims underpinning the referendum
drive.
Its population of 22 million is considered one of the
most religious and conservative in Europe. The Orthodox Church plays a dominant role in Romanian social
life, particularly in rural
areas.
It?s also one of the poorest countries in the European Union, suffering from an
exodus of young Romanians
who leave the country for
work elsewhere within the
bloc. Concern has grown
about an increasing number
of children growing up without fathers or mothers, as
unemployed parents look
outside the country for jobs.
Corruption has sparked
mass protests in Romania in
the last year, and some said
they saw politicians? push to
hold the referendum as a
distraction from the real issues in the country. The referendum will cost a reported
$46 million to put on.
?I think there are a lot of
other things the government
could use that money for ?
things we actually need, like
schools and hospitals,? said
Loriya Ionescu, 54, a teacher
in Bucharest, the capital. ?I
think this is a waste of time
and money.?
Referendum supporters
have played up fears that
same-sex marriage could
contribute to an already declining population or pave
the way for other liberalizing
measures.
Costea insisted the referendum is not motivated by
homophobia or judging people?s lifestyles. Instead, he
said, it is about Romanians
creating a civic movement, a
step entirely appropriate for
a young democracy.
?Who
would
have
thought 30 years ago that
something like gay marriage
would have caught on??
Costea said. ?We are trying
to solidify our belief before it
spreads more.?
sabra.ayres@latimes.com
laura.king@latimes.com
Special correspondent
Ayres reported from Iasi
and Times staff writer King
from Washington.
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search mall ruins;
250 feared buried
By Avantika Seth
and Simon Roughneen
PALU, Indonesia ? A
week after a magnitude 7.5
earthquake and tsunami
devastated this Indonesian
coastal town, emergency
workers equipped with excavators Friday dug through
the rubble of a shopping
complex where hundreds of
people were feared to have
been buried.
Broken glasses and other
personal items were visible
in the ruins, and a sickly
smell hung in the air outside
what remained of the multistory Ramayana mall, the
biggest in Palu, where residents said as many as 250
people were inside when the
quake struck Sept. 28.
That relief teams were
still digging for bodies seven
days after the disaster illustrated what many residents
said was the slow pace of the
recovery effort. At least 1,571
people were killed, according to the latest official reports, and tens of thousands
left homeless.
A crew of French firefighters said they did not
find signs of life in the debris
of the five-story Mercure
hotel, where 40 people had
been reported missing. A
day earlier, the crew from the
nongovernmental International Emergency Firefighters said its high-tech sensor
had ?detected the presence
of a victim? beneath piles of
concrete. Later, though, the
group said that appeared to
have been a false reading.
Hopes of finding more
survivors were fading, and
officials appeared close to
calling off the search for bodies, which so far has been the
main focus of the emergency
teams.
Residents gathered near
the coastline of Palu, the
capital of Central Sulawesi
province in eastern Indonesia, and held an evening
prayer, a solemn weekly ritual observed for the first time
since the disaster.
In many areas near the
beaches, residents said that
help had yet to arrive and
that they have been forced to
survive on bananas, the only
available food. Some still
wore the same clothes they
had on the day of the earthquake.
Some had watched the
tsunami, which reached 20
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feet high in some places,
carry away their loved ones.
It was as if ?the sea came to
eat them,? one person said.
Aid was trickling in
slowly from Palu?s damaged
airport, which was receiving
a limited number of military
relief flights, and by road
from Makassar, a drive of up
to 24 hours. Some agencies
had begun to send supplies
via Balikpapan, on the island of Borneo, from which it
could take 20 hours by ferry
to reach Palu.
Some survivors, growing
frustrated, were leaving on
scooters or on foot to find
shelter in nearby relief
camps, which were swelling
with new arrivals. Aid workers said they feared that
communicable
diseases
could spread, particularly
with a lack of electricity,
which remains cut off in
much of the area.
Pregnant women and the
elderly, and some children
carrying only pillows and
backpacks, boarded military aircraft to Makassar,
but they were unsure where
they would go from there.
Some children had been
separated from their parents and were left to beg for
help along the main road
into Palu, said Dini Widiastuti, executive director of
Yayasan Plan International
Indonesia, an aid agency.
Gasoline was also in
short supply, and drinking
water remained scarce.
Some shops had reopened
and were providing rice and
bottled water, and cellphone
service had been restored
across the area.
Still, aid agencies were
struggling to reach survivors
because of the damaged
roads in and around Palu,
some of which all but vanished when the quake
caused the earth to dissolve
into a quicksand-like muck,
a phenomenon known as
liquefaction.
?It is difficult to move aid
around; the airport is operating but limited,? Widiastuti said.
?Warehousing, storage,
channels of transportation,
these are all difficult.?
Special correspondents
Seth and Roughneen
reported from Palu and
Jakarta, respectively. Times
staff writer Shashank
Bengali in Mumbai, India,
contributed to this report.
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NADIA MURAD , once one of thousands of Yazidi women enslaved by Islamic State, became a U.N. advocate.
Nobel reflects #MeToo
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women, who constitute half
the population in most communities, actually are used
as a weapon of war, and that
they need protection, and
that the perpetrators have
to be prosecuted and held
responsible for their actions,? said Berit ReissAndersen, committee chairwoman, in a televised news
conference.
The Nobel committee?s
decision came a year after investigative journalists published allegations of sexual
assault and harassment by
Hollywood mogul Harvey
Weinstein, which intensified
attention paid to sexual
abuse in ? among other settings ? corporate offices, at
high school parties and in
lawless war zones.
Those locales might not
otherwise have a lot in common. But a consistent theme
of the #MeToo movement
has been to raise awareness
about the prevalence of sexual violence and predation,
and also to highlight the impunity of perpetrators ? a
consistent theme of Mukwege?s and Murad?s stories.
?#MeToo and war crimes
is not quite the same thing,
but they do, however, have in
common that it is important
to see the suffering of women,? Reiss-Andersen said.
A U.N. report this year on
sexual violence in conflict
zones noted that ?despite
the increased awareness of
the issue, most incidents of
mass rape continue to be
met with mass impunity.?
Murad, 25, is Yazidi, a religious minority in northern
Iraq that suffered some of
the worst abuses of Islamic
State during the radical
group?s dramatic expansion
in 2014.
Hundreds of Murad?s fel-
Torleif Svensson Denis Mukwege Foundation
DENIS MUKWEGE said his award tells survivors of
sexual violence that ?the world is listening to you.?
low villagers were slaughtered, and Murad ? along
with thousands of other
Yazidi women ? was captured, kept as a slave, raped
repeatedly and threatened
with execution unless she
converted to Islam.
Murad later recounted
the horror of her experience
in a book, ?The Last Girl,?
describing in personal terms
how Islamic State had used
rape to subjugate women
and girls, not just physically,
but psychologically.
?At some point, there was
rape and nothing else,? Murad wrote. ?You stop thinking about escaping or seeing
your family again. Your past
life becomes a distant memory, like a dream. Your body
doesn?t belong to you, and
there?s no energy to talk or to
fight or to think about the
world outside. There is only
rape and the numbness that
comes with accepting that
this is now your life.?
After three months in
captivity, Murad escaped,
and her advocacy began. In
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In 1999, he saw his first rape
victim from the war, who had
also been shot in her genitals
and thighs. Soon, he began
to see more horrific injuries,
along with evidence of systematic abuses.
?I started to ask myself
what was going on,? Mukwege wrote in a column for
the BBC in 2013. ?These weren?t just violent acts of war,
but part of a strategy. You
had situations where multiple people were raped at the
same time, publicly?. The
result of this strategy is that
people are forced to flee their
villages, abandon their
fields, their resources, everything. It?s very effective.?
The systematic abuses
led Mukwege to turn to international activism to denounce the impunity of the
perpetrators and the ineffectiveness of the Congolese
government, which, in turn,
elevated the danger against
Mukwege himself.
In 2012, Mukwege and his
family barely survived being
kidnapped at gunpoint after
armed men invaded his
home, killing one of his security guards. But Mukwege
refused to stay away. When
Friday?s award was announced, he was in the middle of performing surgery at
the hospital.
?For almost 20 years I
have witnessed war crimes
committed against women,
girls, and even baby girls not
only in my country, the
Democratic Republic of
Congo, but also in many
other countries,? Mukwege
said in a statement accepting the honor.
?To the survivors from all
over the world, I would like to
tell you that through this
prize, the world is listening
to you and refusing to remain indifferent,? he said.
?The world refuses to sit idly
in the face of your suffering.?
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It?s no longer the ?Mormon? choir
The famed singing
group, like the church,
drops ?nickname? in
a rebranding effort.
By David Montero
LAS VEGAS ? For generations it was known as the
Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
But the tune changed
Friday.
The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints
announced it was formally
switching the name of the
world-famous choir to the
Tabernacle Choir at Temple
Square, as part of a rebranding effort by the Utah-based
church to eliminate the
name ?Mormon? as a general
reference and to instead only
call the faith by its formal
name.
?A new name for the Tabernacle Choir will represent
a change after so many
years,? said Ron Jarrett,
president of the choir. ?The
name may change, but
everything that people know
and love about the choir will
not only be the same but will
get better and better.?
It?s one of the most highprofile name changes since
the church?s president, Russell M. Nelson, announced in
August that only the full
name ? the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints
? be used.
Nelson said in a talk in
Montreal days after the August announcement that
the ?name of the church is
not negotiable? and that it
being called the Mormon
Church was ?an error that
crept in over the ages.?
?We know it?s going to be a
challenge to undo tradition
of more than 100 years,? Nelson said. ?The Lord has told
us what his church shall be
called.?
The new name for the
Rick Bowmer Associated Press
KNOWN FOR YEARS as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, it is now the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
choir references the historic
Salt Lake Tabernacle at its
location on Temple Square
in Salt Lake City.
According to the church,
Mormon was one of the
prophets who compiled the
historical and religious records of the faith that were
eventually translated by
founder Joseph Smith and
became the foundational
text for the Book of Mormon.
Irene Caso, spokeswoman for the church, said the
Mormon term was a ?nickname? that has been used as
shorthand for decades. She
said the new directive was a
way to ?reinforce? the name
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints.
The rollout has been ongoing and Caso said ?it is a
big undertaking.? She said
she wouldn?t be surprised if
the topic was discussed
among members at the chorus General Conference this
weekend.
The choir consists of
about 360 members and has
performed at many highprofile events including the
2002 Winter Olympics in Salt
Lake City and at presidential inaugurations ranging from President Reagan?s
to the 2016 inauguration of
President Trump.
It also has a large recording catalog, including dozens of best-selling Christmas-themed albums, and
ones based on show tunes
and music performed in remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001.
It continues to have its mu-
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Andrea Thomas, a marketing professor at the University of Utah, said the
choir?s name change might
seem dramatic to some, but
noted that only one word
was dropped in the new
name and that the choir
would still be found on the
same broadcasts and would
provide the same listening
experience.
She said the church?s
name, however, was about
brand discipline.
?The members of the
church are part of your
communications channel,?
Thomas said. ?They are
starting with the membership and they are hoping it
catches on and others start
talking about it using the full
name.?
Thomas, who worked for
more than 20 years in corporate branding for Pepsico
and Walmart, said branding
could take anywhere from
six months to seven years to
put into place.
She said rebranding ?
whether it is Kentucky Fried
Chicken changing to KFC or
Walmart eliminating the
star in its name ? is often ?a
large undertaking.?
She said there would be
affiliated groups that might
have to adjust their branding based on the new directive coming from the 16-mil-
lion-member church, which
is headquartered in Salt
Lake City.
The Los Angeles Times is
monitoring the rebranding,
but its stylebook still allows
for the use of the word ?Mormon.?
The Associated Press
also reported its stylebook
would remain unchanged
and the term ?Mormon? was
still acceptable as a reference ? though the newsgathering organization is
also monitoring the rebranding effort.
Some members of the
faith seemed relatively nonplussed by the changes.
Natalie Gordon, a 46year-old from Salt Lake City,
said although she might feel
a little nostalgic about the
name, it didn?t appear
to change what it meant to
her.
?I?m not bothered by the
name change. I think, in general, the move away from
?Mormon? helps members focus more on Christ, so it
makes sense to change the
name of the choir,? Gordon
said. ?We didn?t need the
word Mormon to distinguish
the Tab Choir from all the
other tabernacle choirs. And
I love making Temple
Square more inviting.?
The name change also
generated a lot of conversation on Twitter, with some
having fun with it.
?MoTab is no longer
MoTab. It is the Tabernacle
Choir at Temple Square. But
I will call them the Artists
Formerly Known as The
Mormon Tabernacle Choir,?
tweeted a user identified as
Ryan Hannah.
Caso said the branding
change was an ongoing
effort but couldn?t say
what other announcements
might be forthcoming.
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Kavanaugh heads for approval
[Kavanaugh, from A1]
Collins? speech, according to
an administration official.
Among the celebrants was
White House Counsel Donald McGahn, a fixture of the
conservative legal scene and
the principle shepherd of
Trump?s judicial nominees.
Kavanaugh?s
ascent
would mark another victory
for Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who have transformed federal courts by
nominating and confirming
an unprecedented number
of conservative judges.
Shortly after Collins delivered her speech on the
Senate floor, Manchin said
he would support Kavanaugh as well. Manchin, a
Democrat facing a tough reelection fight in a conservative state, said he was assured
that
Kavanaugh
would carefully consider any
cases that could imperil
healthcare protections for
patients with preexisting
conditions, a crucial part of
President Obama?s landmark legislation, the Affordable Care Act.
?Judge Kavanaugh assured me personally that he
would consider the human
impacts and approach any
decision with surgical precision to avoid unintended
consequences,?
Manchin
said in a statement.
The only Republican to
oppose Kavanaugh was Sen.
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
?I believe Brett Kavanaugh is a good man,?
Murkowski told reporters
afterward. ?It just may be, in
my view, he?s not the right
man for the court at this
time.? She said she worried
that his confirmation battle
had eroded Americans? faith
in the Supreme Court. Native Americans, a key part of
her base, also opposed Kavanaugh over some of his
rulings.
The toll of the bitter confirmation process ? which
Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.)
called ?a freak show? and
Collins likened to a ?gutterlevel political campaign? ?
was apparent among senators.
During the preliminary
vote Friday, they sat at their
desks and took turns standing when their names were
called by a clerk, a practice
typically reserved for highprofile or particularly meaningful decisions. Murkowski?s voice was barely audible when she cast her vote.
Democrats plan to keep
the Senate floor open all
night to give speeches in opposition to Kavanaugh?s
nomination.
?This process has left the
American people with more
questions than answers,?
said Sen. Kamala Harris (DCalif.). ?This has not been a
search for the truth. The
minimum standard for a
Supreme Court nominee
should be someone who we
are confident will demonstrate impartiality, integrity
Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press
DEMOCRAT Joe Manchin III, center, backed Brett Kavanaugh after the nominee reassured him that he?d make his decisions with care.
Longest waits for confirmation
Days between nomination and final action
Louis Brandeis
125 days
Robert H. Bork*
108
Potter Stewart
108
Homer Thornberry**
100
Clarence Thomas
99
Reuben Walworth**
Clement Haynsworth*
Brett Kavanaugh
96
92
88
* Nomination rejected. ** Nomination withdrawn.
Source: U.S. Senate Supreme Court Nominations: present-1789
Los Angeles Times
and truthfulness, but the nominee we are voting on has
not demonstrated those
qualities.?
Barring any surprises,
the final tally for Kavanaugh?s
confirmation
would be either 51 to 49 or 50
to 49, depending on whether
Sen. Steve Daines (RMont.) casts a ballot. He was
planning to attend his
daughter?s wedding in his
home state when the voting
occurs.
Either way, Kavanaugh
would squeak through the
Senate by the tightest margin in the last century, even
closer than when Clarence
Thomas was confirmed 52 to
48 in 1991. Thomas prevailed
despite facing allegations of
sexual harassment from
Anita Hill, a controversy
that previewed Kavanaugh?s
own embattled confirmation.
Christine Blasey Ford, a
Palo Alto University professor, said Kavanaugh and a
friend drunkenly pushed her
into a room during a gathering when she was 15 and he
was 17. Kavanaugh climbed
on top of her and tried to remove her clothes, Ford said,
covering her mouth when
she tried to shout for help.
Another woman, Deborah Ramirez, said Kavanaugh exposed himself in
her face while they were
drinking with classmates at
a Yale University dorm
party.
The White House ordered a supplemental FBI
background check after an
explosive and emotional
Sept. 27 hearing in which
Ford testified on her allegations and Kavanaugh delivered an angry denial. In his
testimony, Kavanaugh bitterly and tearfully blamed
Democrats for conducting a
?search and destroy? mission against him.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein of
California, the Judiciary
Committee?s ranking Democrat, said she was disturbed
by Kavanaugh?s temperament and sharp partisan
tone.
?We saw a man filled with
anger and aggression,? Feinstein said. ?This behavior revealed a hostility and a belligerence that is unbecoming of someone seeking to be
elevated to the United
States Supreme Court.?
In an essay published
Thursday by the Wall Street
Journal, Kavanaugh said he
regretted parts of his opening statement and testimony, saying they reflected
his frustration.
The FBI investigation,
demanded by a handful of
Republican senators under
pressure from Democrats,
lasted less than a week and
involved interviews with
nine people. A single copy of
the confidential report was
held in a secure room on
Capitol Hill, and senators
began reviewing it on Thursday.
Republicans said the investigation did not uncover
any new corroborating evidence supporting the allegations, though several said
they were moved by Ford?s
story.
?I was very disturbed by
the allegations that were put
forth,? Collins told reporters
after her speech. ?I found
Christine Ford?s testimony
to be very heart-wrenching,
painful and compelling, but
there was a lack of corroborating evidence no matter
where you looked.?
Democrats decried the
probe as incomplete, saying
FBI agents failed to talk with
potential witnesses. Neither
Ford nor Kavanaugh was interviewed.
A hint that Kavanaugh
was heading toward confirmation came Friday morning during a preliminary
vote, which passed 51 to 49.
Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona,
one of the few Republicans
who had demanded the FBI
investigation, voted yes on
Friday morning and told reporters he would also vote
for Kavanaugh over the
weekend ?unless something
big changes.?
Trump used the fight
over Kavanaugh?s nomination to rile up his supporters
at a rally in Rochester,
Minn., on Thursday night,
drawing chants of, ?We want
Kavanaugh? from the crowd.
?All you have to do is look
at the polls over the last
three or four days and it
shows that their rage-fueled
resistance is starting to
backfire at a level that no
one has ever seen before,?
the president said.
Although some polls
have shown increasing Republican enthusiasm ahead
of the November midterm
election, which will determine control of Congress,
Kavanaugh?s
support
among voters as a whole is
historically low.
Kavanaugh was named
to replace former Justice
Anthony M. Kennedy, a
swing vote who retired this
summer, and would be
Trump?s second nominee to
reach the court.
The first, Neil M. Gorsuch, was previously confirmed to a seat that Republicans had blocked Obama
from filling during his last
year in office after the death
of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia.
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Times staff writers Noah
Bierman and Eli Stokols in
Washington contributed to
this report.
Murkowski has a history of independence
Republican senator
from Alaska doesn?t
shy from going her
own way against GOP,
even at election time.
By Jackie Calmes
WASHINGTON ? Perhaps the single most important fact to know about
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who broke Republican
ranks on Friday to oppose
putting Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme
Court, is that she once won
reelection after losing the
party?s nomination ? running independently as a
write-in candidate.
Her vote against Kavanaugh is hardly without
risk. Soon after Murkowski
announced it, former Alaska
governor and Republican
vice presidential nominee
Sarah Palin tweeted, ?Hey
@LisaMurkowski ? I can
see 2022 from my house ...? ?
suggesting she would challenge the senator for what
would
be
Murkowski?s
fourth full term.
Yet Murkowski has vanquished Palin, by proxy, before. In 2010, Palin supported
the tea party candidate who
beat Murkowski for nomina-
Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press
?I BELIEVE we are dealing with issues right now that are bigger than a nomi-
nee,? Sen. Lisa Murkowski said of not backing Brett Kavanaugh?s confirmation.
tion, only to see Murkowski
defeat him with the first successful Senate write-in candidacy in more than half a
century.
If Murkowski?s electoral
history helps explain her independence from her party
on the Kavanaugh vote, so
do other factors.
She is a moderate Repub-
lican who favors abortion
rights; Kavanaugh?s record
suggests he could be a vote
against them.
Alaska Natives are key
supporters and donors for
her; Kavanaugh, on the D.C.
Circuit Court of Appeals,
has ruled against Native
groups. And just last week,
in a #MeToo moment of her
own, Murkowski disclosed
to Alaska Public Media that
she had suffered unspecified
sexual abuse.
Though generally a reliable Republican vote ?
backing President Trump?s
tax cuts and energy deregulation, for example ?
Murkowski opposed repeal
of the Affordable Care Act.
She and Maine Sen. Susan
Collins were the only two Republicans to oppose Betsy
DeVos as Education secretary, causing a tie vote that
Vice President Mike Pence
had to break. A supporter of
liberalized immigration, she
has called Trump?s policy of
separating families at the
border ?cruel.?
Murkowski told reporters her vote against Kavanaugh was the most difficult decision she?d ever
made.
?I believe we are dealing
with issues right now that
are bigger than a nominee,?
she said, questioning ?how
we can ensure that our institutions, not only the legislative branch but our judicial
branch, continue to be respected.?
?I believe he is a good
man,? she added. ?It just
may be that in my view he?s
not the right man for the
court at this time.?
Murkowski, 61, is the
daughter of a former U.S.
senator and Alaska governor, Frank Murkowski. Her
family name, not her Republican pedigree, has been
pivotal to her political career.
When her father resigned
from the Senate to become
governor in 2002, he appointed his daughter ? then
majority leader of the Alaska
House ? to replace him.
(The nepotism controversy
that sparked led to a state
law stripping future governors of such power.) She was
elected to a full six-year Senate term in 2004, narrowly
beating a former Democratic governor.
In 2010, after narrowly losing the Republican primary
to Joe Miller, who had Palin?s
backing, Murkowski quickly
mounted a write-in campaign that included a memorable television ad depicting a young girl winning a
spelling bee by getting
?Murkowski? right. She beat
Miller by 4 percentage
points in the general election.
In 2016, Murkowski easily
won renomination and was
reelected to a third full term.
She did not, however, endorse Donald Trump for
president.
As chairman of both the
Senate Energy and Natural
Resources Committee and
the Appropriations interior
and environment subcommittee, Murkowski is a close
ally of the oil and gas industries that are so prominent
in her state and a bane of environmental groups.
She is married and has
two sons.
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Diversity is not reflected at top
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who earn more than a $1 million a year.
JosИ Antonio Romualdo
Pacheco Jr., who served
briefly as governor in 1875,
remains the only non-white
male to hold the office. The
last governor from rural California was Earl Warren, who
was elected during World
War II. Warren grew up in
Bakersfield in the early 1900s
and later became chief justice of the United States. No
woman has ever been
elected governor.
?I think there are many
folks who are very disappointed that we?re again going into the general election
under these circumstances,?
said
political
scientist
Mindy Romero, director of
USC?s California Civic Engagement Project. ?Breaking that barrier can inspire
and signal to others that
times have changed.?
California has made
strides elsewhere. Women
have represented the state
in the U.S. Senate since 1993,
including Sen. Kamala Harris, who is of Jamaican and
Indian descent. Four of California?s statewide officers
are Latino or Asian American, the Assembly speaker is
Latino and earlier this year
Toni Atkins became the first
lesbian leader of the state
Senate.
?But there is still something about the governor?s
race ? being the top elected
official in our state,? Romero
said. ?Californians don?t
know a whole lot about politicians, but they do know
who the governor is.?
While Newsom and Cox
have vastly different political views, they share some
similarities. Both spent
most of their lives in big cities ? Newsom in San Francisco and Cox in Chicago.
Both own Teslas and live in
exclusive, expensive parts of
California.
Newsom and his family
own a home in Marin County
that is more than 4,000
square feet and worth
$4.2 million, according to the
real estate website Zillow.
Cox and his family live in
a 6,700-square-foot home
worth $3.3 million in a Rancho Santa Fe gated community.
From those perches,
Newsom and Cox have
vowed to end the critical
shortage of affordable housing in California and address
the explosion of homelessness in the state, where an
estimated 134,000 people are
on the streets or have no permanent place to live.
Both candidates say voters should consider their life
experiences, including difficult upbringings, and the
ideals and accomplishments
that have defined their adult
lives. Their wealth is a reflection of success in business,
an accomplishment that requires intellect, responsibility and a grasp of the inner
workings of job creation and
the economy ? essential
traits for California?s next
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REPUBLICAN gubernatorial candidate John Cox, second from right, speaks to owner David Tran and em-
ployees of Huy Fong Foods, the maker of a popular sriracha chili sauce, last week in Irwindale.
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DEMOCRATIC gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom, who has been lieutenant governor since 2011, waves
goodbye to children at UCLA?s Early Care and Education Center last week in Los Angeles.
governor, they say.
Newsom dismissed a recent story in The Times detailing how some of San
Francisco?s wealthiest families, including heirs to the
Getty oil fortune, helped accelerate his rise in politics
and business in San Francisco. To really understand
him and the primary influences in his life, Newsom
said, voters should know
that he spent half his childhood with his father in
Placer County, one of the
most conservative pockets
of rural California, and was
raised by a mother who
scratched out a living to provide for her children.
?I grew up with a single
mom who knew no wealth
and struggled all her life, and
that?s a very raw and real experience for me,? Newsom
said during a recent campaign bus tour through California.
The lieutenant governor
said that as mayor and supervisor in San Francisco,
he championed racial, social
and economic justice, including his efforts to alleviate poverty and homelessness in the city. He gained
national attention as mayor
of San Francisco in 2004
when he directed the city to
begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples,
a catalyst in a legal battle
that ended when the U.S.
Supreme Court affirmed the
right of LGBTQ people to
marry in 2015.
?So as it relates to advo-
cacy, gender equity, gender
equality, racial justice ?
that?s my ?Why,? ? Newsom
said. ?So I think I bring that
all to bear despite the Northern California pedigree, the
proverbial straight white
male.... I?ve always tried to
see the world through a different set of eyes.?
On the campaign trail,
Cox also talks about his difficult childhood in Chicago
and being raised by a single
mother when he was young
after his father left. Cox said
he worked his way through
college, earning a degree to
be a certified public accountant, then did the same
when he went to law school.
?If you?re going to compare Mr. Newsom and I,
compare the fact that I
started at the bottom,
worked my way and built my
business with efficiency and
quality,? Cox said at a campaign event in San Luis
Obispo in August. ?He
started by being funded by a
billionaire, Gordon Getty.
That?s who put him in business. That?s who put him in
politics. I?ve had to work and
produce and deliver results.?
Cox has also criticized
Newsom and California?s
Democratic political leadership, saying the most dire
crises facing California ?
poverty, homelessness and
the lack of affordable housing ? all developed while
Democrats controlled the
governor?s office and Legislature. The gas tax increase
signed into law in 2017 is just
one example of a Democratic policy that hurts
working Californians, he
said.
?It doesn?t matter what
color you are if you can?t afford gasoline,? Cox said.
?People who are brown or
black are still being beaten
down in this state by the cost
of gasoline, by the cost of
housing, by schools that
don?t teach, by fires that
threaten their lives.?
Harmeet Dhillon, one of
California?s representatives
on the Republican National
Committee, said voters
should be more concerned
about a candidate?s ability to
improve their lives than
their gender or the color of a
politician?s skin. She noted
that Neel Kashkari, the Republican nominee in the 2014
governor?s race, was Indian
American, and the GOP nominee in 2010 was a woman,
former EBay President and
Chief Executive Meg Whitman. Their Democratic
challenger was Jerry Brown,
who won both elections.
?In my party, we?re postracial,? Dhillon said. ?The
Democrats are more hung
up on it.?
Los Angeles state Sen.
Kevin de LeСn, who is challenging fellow Democrat Dianne Feinstein in her bid for
reelection in the U.S. Senate,
said candidates who reflect
the lives and experiences of
the Californians they represent lead to better public
policy. He questioned how
Feinstein,
the
secondwealthiest member of California?s congressional delegation, could know the
struggles of those she represents.
?I don?t criticize her for
being wealthy,? said De
LeСn, who was raised by a
single mother in San Diego.
?But I think I have a better
understanding of why so
many families want an increase in the minimum
wage, quality healthcare and
have criminal justice issues.?
Among the biggest blind
spots for politicians in Sacramento are the issues facing rural California, since
the vast majority of lawmakers represent urban areas,
said Assemblywoman Anna
Caballero (D-Salinas).
?It?s a fight to get them to
recognize that one size
doesn?t fit all,? said Caballero, who is running for state
Senate.
One glaring example, she
said, was the landmark legislation recently signed by
the governor that will require all of California?s electricity to come from clean
power sources by 2045. The
legislation limits the credit
given to hydroelectric power
as a renewable energy
source, and that is expected
to increase utility bills in the
Central Valley ? one of the
hottest regions in California.
?It totally left out rural
California,? Caballero said.
?We need a governor who?s
going to listen.?
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For him, it all began with a lump of clay
[Vinton, from A1]
battle with multiple myeloma. He was 70.
?He saw the world as an
imaginative playground full
of fantasy, joy, and character,? his children said in a
Facebook post. ?He created
stories and characters filled
with laughter, music, and
powerful lessons that are
globally beloved.?
They added: ?He brightened any room with his signature mustache, and he
continued to make jokes and
laugh until the very end. His
work will live on in animation history and will continue to inspire creative
thinkers and makers.?
Colleagues remembered
Vinton as a kind, sweet and
creative person.
?He put [Portland] on
the map as far as stop-motion in America,? Rose
Bond, a professor at Pacific
Northwest College of Art in
Portland, told the Associated Press.
?I?ll always have great
memories of Will Vinton?s
films,? said director Peyton
Reed on Twitter. ?Hugely inspiring.?
Over his decades-long
career, he won an Oscar as
well as a number of Emmy
Awards.
Among his best-known
works were the anthropomorphic California Raisins,
Will Vinton Studios
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viewers in the 1980s.
The commercial not only
helped boost raisin sales,
transforming their mid-?80s
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figures, shirts and bedsheets.
A McMinnville, Ore., na-
tive, Vinton left his childhood home in the 1960s for
UC Berkeley, where he studied film, art and architecture
and
eventually
started
thinking about clay animation.
It was while Vinton was at
Berkeley that he met sculptor and then-art student
Bob Gardiner.
Moving to Portland after
his studies, Vinton eventually persuaded Gardiner to
join him in the 1970s. The
pair began collaborating,
taking to Vinton?s basement
to work on projects and re-
fining their Claymation
technique.
The two experimented
with their clay animation
technique for five years before producing the short film
?Closed Mondays.? The film
won the Academy Award for
animated short in 1975.
Though Vinton was not
the first person to animate
clay, his film ?demonstrated
a new and highly sophisticated technique of clay animation incorporating lipsync dialogue and subtle nuances of facial expression,?
wrote Charles Solomon for
The Times in 1980.
?Even within the world of
animation, where everything requires horrendous
amounts of work, stop-motion film making, especially
Vinton?s staggeringly complex style of stop-motion, is
regarded as a thing apart,
requiring special talent ? or
madness.?
At the time, Vinton
scoffed at the suggestion
that such work could be considered as monotonous.
?I?m always being asked
about that, and I don?t think
the process is tedious at all ?
I think clay is the perfect
substance for animation,?
Vinton told The Times in
1980. ?The possibilities of the
medium are virtually limitless.?
He received subsequent
Oscar nominations for the
short films ?Rip Van Winkle?
(1978), ?The Creation? (1981)
and ?The Great Cognito?
(1982), as well as one in the
visual effects category for
?Return of Oz? in 1985.
Vinton helped establish
Portland as a creative hub.
His Will Vinton Studios,
which he founded in the city
in the late 1970s, grew to be a
$25-million company with
450 full-time employees.
In addition to the California Raisins, the studio animated the Noid commercials for Domino?s Pizza, a
sequence for Michael Jackson?s ?Moonwalker?; the
Emmy Award-winning TV
series ?The PJs,? which featured the voices of Eddie
Murphy and Loretta Devine;
and more, including Emmywinning Claymation specials and a sequence for the
TV show ?Moonlighting.?
Although they weren?t
Claymation, Vinton also created the talking M&Ms seen
in the colorful chocolate
candies? television spots.
Vinton eventually departed Will Vinton Studios
after some financial struggles that had led to Nike cofounder Philip H. Knight becoming majority shareholder in the early 2000s. It was
out of Will Vinton Studios?
ashes that the stop-motion
animation studio Laika was
born.
The animator?s legacy
also includes co-founding
the Portland Creative Conference, an annual three-day
event that brings together
various creatives and industry types from the world of
film, television, interactive
media and design.
The conference?s ?goal is
to give creativity its day in
the sun,? Vinton told The
Times in 1995.
Vinton also made history
in feature films.
His 1985 feature-length
directorial debut, ?The
Adventures of Mark Twain
by Huck Finn,? was the
first clay animation feature
ever.
?Claymation is a performance sculpted with the
fingers,? Vinton told The
Times in 1985. ?The animator sits in front of the
camera and performs this
blog of clay, much the way an
actor acts, trying to communicate
the
character?s
thoughts and feelings.?
Vinton is survived by his
wife, Gillian; sons Billy Vinton and Jesse Vinton;
daughter Alexandra Vinton;
and sisters Mary Vinton Folberg and Alice Vinton.
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PRESIDENT TRUMP speaks at a campaign-like rally in Charleston, W.Va., in August.
?He?s our crook?
I
nvestigative journalist David Cay Johnston?s op-ed article nicely brought together the
disparate fraudulent business practices of our president. The common theme is he?s crooked, of course. As an attorney, I dealt with people who just couldn?t do something honestly
even if it was in their best interest to do so. Fraud is just what they do.
I?m likely more conservative than Johnston. As a former Republican voter turned independent, I think I understand Trump voters well and why many don?t care about the president?s
glaring faults and obvious unsuitability for the office. Liberals have ignored much of middle-class
white America. Trump panders to these people, and to pander to people, you have to at least pay
attention to them.
Trump?s voters feel they have a choice between politicians who ignore or even resent them, or a
pandering crook who pays attention to them. At least he?s our crook, they might say, so they vote
for Trump ? and yes, they would still do so if he shot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue.
If Trump?s opponents want to use the president?s fraud to remove him from office, they should
at the same time indicate concern for his voters and the issues they care about.
Kurt Osenbaugh, Pasadena
No matter how Trump
got away with this, why isn?t
there an investigation of the
president?s tax dodging that
captures the public?s attentions as much as Judge
Brett Kavanaugh?s
Supreme Court confirmation battle?
Bunny Landis
Oceanside
::
::
Johnston concludes with
credible documented information that Trump?s finances have been considered corrupt for decades.
Do tax and other financial
laws not apply to Trump, or
was he simply so successful
and obfuscating the truth?
Here we have a case
where an apple does not fall
far from the tree.
In this case, a rotten
apple (Donald Trump) fell
not far from the rotten tree
(Fred Trump, who gave his
son much of his wealth), and
the rotten apple hatched
more rotten apples (the
people in his administration
and other appointees).
No wonder our precious
country and democracy are
teetering on the brink. I am
worried for our children and
future generations.
Apparently, the Republican Party does not give
enough thought to the
future. As Trump would say,
?Sad!?
Adam Mekler
Pasadena
::
The president brings a
certain genius to his position, evidenced by his ability
to channel public resources
to those who already have
Re ?Say no to Brett Kavanaugh,? editorial, Oct. 5
All the articles in the Los
Angeles Times this week
pale in importance next to
this editorial. A massive
global effort is needed to
change how we create energy. Instead, the Trump
administration chooses to
lead us toward oblivion with
its energy policies.
The days of ?turn off the
water when you brush your
teeth,? ?recycle? and ?bring
your own coffee cup? are no
longer sufficient. Everything from banning plastic
straws to taking the (electric) bus, to supporting
green candidates, to lobbying for a carbon tax, to joining international climate
groups is needed to avert
this looming disaster.
Preventing a climate
crisis must be top priority
for everyone, including
ordinary folks, journalists
and civic leaders. Let us not
be distracted.
Margaret Baker Davis
La Verne
Whether you think the
Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process has resembled
a job interview or a criminal
trial, the fact is that the
Supreme Court is a political
institution that presidents
have long used to appoint
those who agree with their
political agenda.
From George Washington and his Federalistaligned approach to interpreting the Constitution to
Ronald Reagan?s ensuring
that his judicial appointees
held Republican views on
issues such as abortion and
affirmative action, the
Supreme Court has served
as a manipulating instrument for those in power.
In a truly democratic
society, the Supreme Court
would be devoid of partisan
considerations. Alas, few of
us can maintain the delusion of bipartisan objectivity after the Supreme Court
settled the 2000 presidential
election.
In putting Kavanaugh on
the Supreme Court, President Trump has simply
followed in the steps of his
predecessors.
Berta
Graciano-Buchman
Beverly Hills
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Re ?Following the Trump money,? Opinion, Oct. 4
The recent revelation
about the origins of
Trump?s wealth and the
various unseemly tax
schemes he used to grow
and protect his money prove
that the president was born
on third base and thinks he
hit a triple.
Mike Reardon
Fallbrook
Re ?The climate picture
worsens,? editorial, Sept. 30
plenty. The recent tax cut
may be the most glaring
example.
Trump routinely diverts
the public?s attention to
marginal job increases and
a booming stock market
and away from the corporate stock buy-backs inflating this market. He also
ignores the national debt
and the government?s inability to help finance our
way out of the next recession.
The revelations about
the history of the Trump
family?s finances reveal
where and how he likely
acquired this skill. It wasn?t
at Wharton.
Gary Bock
Los Angeles
The Times Editorial
Board correctly identifies
the need for clean energy. To
keep people from feeling
hopeless, here are some
positive visions of a sustainable future:
8 Arid regions cultivate
solar energy farms, and
internationally leased oceanic wind farms generate
hydrogen for collection and
use in fuel cells.
8 International exchange
markets for carbon and
biodiversity established
through treaties generate
beneficial economic activity,
while global population
declines (due to better
education worldwide).
8 In our cities, residential
areas are denser, car ownership is rare and urban forestry is pursued; as a result,
consumption is reduced
and quality of life is improved.
What would it take to
make this happen? Only our
say-so.
Ed Salisbury
Santa Monica
::
The Trump administration?s ignorance on climate change is astounding.
The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency has
admitted that its rollback of
coal emission regulations
may cause up to 1,400 premature deaths annually.
Guess that?s the price to
keep votes.
Eileen Elvins
Dana Point
?Club of abuse is on trial?
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Joan Ribeck of Altadena
writes:
In 1973, while I was hitchhiking to work, a man raped
me twice and almost killed
me. I immediately reported
it to the authorities, but an
officer tried to tell me that I
had asked for it.
I told him that I had put
my earring under the seat so
my attacker could be identified easily. It was years
before they found the ear-
ring, and I never got my day
in court.
As I watched the Kavanaugh hearing on Sept.
27, I cried and grew outraged that our elected officials are willing to go so far
to obscure the truth and
seat this nominee on the
Supreme Court. The men?s
club of abuse is on trial, and
all women are waiting to see
if our leaders are fit to serve.
For those women who
defend them, shame on you.
Jocelyn DeVault of Newbury Park writes:
There seems to be a lot of
confusion as to why sexual
assault victims do not call
the police immediately. I
can tell you why.
I was assaulted five times
starting when I was 6 or 7
years old (and no, I do not
remember the dates), and
even at that age, I felt like I
was doing something
wrong.
As a woman now in her
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In 2004, all it took was
one overly enthusiastic
shout to end the presidential aspirations of Howard Dean.
But Kavanaugh?s recent
jaw-dropping performance
of tears and belligerence in
front of the Senate Judiciary
Committee apparently will
not derail his career ambitions.
My, how times have
changed.
Debra Kaufman
Venice
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First, there was the Fox
News choirboy. Then the
Senate?s outraged victim.
Now we have the Wall Street
Journal?s cool and impartial
judge.
Brett Kavanaugh
shouldn?t be admitted to the
Supreme Court. He should
be admitted to the Screen
Actors Guild.
Elaine Osio
Manhattan Beach
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n Sept. 16, when Brett Kavanaugh?s confirmation as
a Supreme Court justice seemed assured, the Washington Post published an article that identified
Christine Blasey Ford as the writer of a letter accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault 36 years ago.
That?s also when women started sending letters to the
Los Angeles Times about their own assaults, many of which
happened several decades ago, according to the writers.
Now, with the confirmation process winding down and Kavanaugh all but guaranteed a seat on the Supreme Court,
and with President Trump declaring that men today risk
having their lives ruined by false allegations of rape and
other crimes, here is a selection of the letters sent to us over
the last few weeks by women who say they were sexually assaulted or subjected to other forms of misconduct.
And wrongly accused men? Since Ford came forward
last month, prompting many women to write about the assaults they?ve endured, one male reader has written to us to
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A quick breakdown of
the mail we received
from readers this week:
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Letters to the editor were
received between last
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mid-50s, I felt an acceptance
that ?this is what boys and
men do.? I never had therapy and didn?t feel a need for
it.
I now see how sad and
pathetic that was.
Natalie Kolosow of Cypress
writes:
I was raped at the age of
28, and I went to court to
testify against the rapist. I
was not deterred even
though his lawyer was unrelenting with his questioning
and the attacker?s mother
threatened me.
Everyone needs to take
responsibility for what
happens to them. You don?t
like what you see or what is
going on, then leave and
report it.
Girls supposedly mature
faster than boys. This is
what I was told in school,
but do they? It is time for
everyone to accept what
they have done in the past
and present without putting
blame on someone else.
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the October 2014 shooting.
Van Dyke, 40, also faces additional prison time for convictions on 16 counts of aggravated battery. He was ordered held without bail.
In Chicago, the tense,
weeks-long trial had become
a focal point of frustration
over law enforcement in the
city, where the vast majority
of people shot by police are
black. Over the years, controversy over the handling of
the McDonald shooting led
to removals of a county prosecutor and the police superintendent, as well as criticism of Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who said last month that
he would not seek reelection.
Nationally, civil rights activists watched the case as
one of few that remained unresolved from the so-called
Ferguson era ? when protests and policy debates
erupted across the country
after a white officer gunned
down an unarmed black
teen named Michael Brown
in the St. Louis suburb in
2014.
Friday?s verdict followed
that of another high-profile
case this summer, when a
Balch Springs, Texas, officer
was convicted of murder for
the 2017 shooting death of
black teen Jordan Edwards.
In another prominent case
last year, Michael Slager,
who fatally shot Walter Scott
in North Charleston, S.C., in
2015, pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights violation
charge.
But in most shooting
cases, officers have been
cleared of wrongdoing.
?This is historic for Chicago and police misconduct
cases around the country,?
said the Rev. Janette Wilson
of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, a Chicago-based civil
rights organization led by
the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
The verdict ?sends a clear
message that police officers
can no longer act with impunity against black Americans, and that this new era of
accountability inspires systematic police reform not
only in Chicago but throughout the United States,? said
Sherrilyn Ifill, director of the
NAACP Legal Defense and
Educational Fund Inc.
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PEOPLE CELEBRATE Jason Van Dyke?s conviction outside court in Chicago. The verdict ?sends a clear mes-
sage that police officers can no longer act with impunity against black Americans,? an NAACP official said.
Chicago Police Department
DASHBOARD CAMERA video showed that Laquan McDonald was shot as he was walking away from police.
McDonald was killed
Oct. 20, 2014, after police received reports that somebody was breaking into vehicles in a trucking yard. Officers began following the
teen, who had a 3-inch folding knife that an officer said
McDonald had used to
puncture a tire on a police
cruiser. Police radioed a request for a taser. Van Dyke
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before an officer with a taser
showed up, and began
shooting almost immediately.
The case, and public reaction to it, largely rested on
dashboard camera video
that appeared to show that
McDonald was shot as he
was walking away from Van
Dyke and that he continued
to be hit by bullets even as he
writhed on the ground. In all,
Van Dyke shot McDonald 16
times in less than 15 seconds.
Protesters took to the
streets after the courts
forced the city to release the
video in 2015. Activists said
the city was covering up for
the officer, and rallied successfully to get the police superintendent dismissed and
to vote out the county prosecutor. Last year, one current
officer and two former colleagues were charged with
conspiring to cover up for
Van Dyke after the shooting.
The case drew parallels
to the 1992 Los Angeles riots,
when
violence
roared
through the city after police
were acquitted in the brutal
videotaped beating of black
resident Rodney King.
As jurors deliberated Van
Dyke?s fate, Chicago police
had braced for protests, dispatching
extra
officers
across the city and putting
hospitals on alert, as downtown businesses closed early
and public schools canceled
sporting games.
In reaction to the verdict,
Emanuel and Police Supt.
Eddie Johnson issued a
statement calling on Chicagoans to ?continue to hear
each other and partner with
each other. While the jury
has heard the case and
reached their conclusion,
our collective work is not
done. The effort to drive lasting reform and rebuild
bonds of trust between residents and police must carry
on with vigor.?
McDonald?s
death
sparked a Justice Department investigation, which
last year found that Chicago
police routinely violated the
civil rights of minorities,
often treating them as ?subhuman.? That report followed a Chicago Tribune
analysis in 2016 that found
80% of the police shootings
between 2010 and 2015 were
of black people. Nearly half
were killed by white officers.
Since McDonald?s death,
city officials have launched a
handful of policing changes.
All officers now have tasers
and body cameras and there
are tougher restrictions on
when officers can shoot or
use tasers. Last month, the
city announced an agreement for federal oversight of
an overhaul in policing stemming from flaws cited in the
Justice Department inquiry.
Activists cheered outside
the courthouse in southwest
Chicago after the verdict
and carried ?Black Lives
Matter? signs on downtown
streets. ?Justice for Laquan!
Justice for Laquan!? people
chanted outside the courthouse.
Aislinn Pulley, co-founder of the city?s Black Lives
Matter chapter, said her
group marched in celebration. ?This is historic. We?re
extremely excited,? she said.
Speaking at a news conference, Van Dyke attorney
Dan Herbert called it a ?sad
day for law enforcement,?
saying the verdict would
make officers fearful to do
their jobs correctly. He described Van Dyke as a ?a sacrificial lamb by political
leaders and so-called community leaders to save
themselves.?
The Rev. Marvin Hunter,
McDonald?s
great-uncle
who is pastor at the city?s
Grace Memorial Baptist
Church, said the case resonated well beyond Chicago
and described the conviction as a ?victory for everyone.?
?Laquan McDonald represents all of the victims who
suffered what he suffered,?
Hunter said.
Kevin Graham, president
of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, called the news
?unfortunate? and criticized
politicians whom he said
used the case ?to really kick
around the Chicago Police
Department.?
During the trial, prosecutors argued that Van Dyke
intended to kill the teen even
though he was not a lethal
threat to Van Dyke or other
officers. Van Dyke and his
lawyers argued the opposite:
that McDonald seemed dangerous and had waved his
knife at the officer, even after
falling to the ground.
Illinois law authorizes an
officer to use deadly force
when it?s ?necessary to prevent death or great bodily
harm to himself or such
other person? or ?necessary
to prevent the arrest from
being defeated by resistance
or escape.?
Van Dyke was charged
with first-degree murder,
but Cook County Judge Vincent Gaughan gave jurors
the option to convict him of
the lesser crime of seconddegree murder. Jurors deliberated for more than seven
hours over two days.
For the second-degree
conviction, jurors needed to
believe that Van Dyke was
unreasonable in shooting
even if he at the time saw his
actions as justified. The conviction has a lesser sentence
than first-degree murder
and does not require prison
time, although most people
found guilty of it in Illinois go
behind bars.
Van Dyke also was found
guilty of one count of aggravated battery with a firearm
for each shot he fired at
McDonald. A single count
carries a sentence between
six and 30 years, and those
convicted of multiple counts
typically do not serve multiple sentences.
Kane County state?s attorney Joseph McMahon,
who was a special prosecutor in the case, said the
verdict gave ?validation? to
Chicago residents. Speaking
of Van Dyke, he said ?the jury
saw his testimony for what it
was.?
?The end of this trial offers an opportunity,? he said,
?for this city to come together.?
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on accused
obstetrician
Doctor facing review
by medical board over
claims of misconduct
loses leadership role.
By Matt Hamilton
and Harriet Ryan
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MEMBERS of Housing Long Beach, which advocates for rent control, make a statement in June at an apart-
ment complex on Cedar Avenue. More than half of California renters spend at least 30% of income on housing.
Will Prop. 10 help or
hurt state?s tenants?
Initiative would undo state law limiting local rent control
By Liam Dillon
In less than five weeks,
California voters will decide
on Proposition 10, a ballot
initiative that would allow
cities and counties across
the state to expand rent control.
Supporters of the measure say it will offer relief for
tenants during a time of unprecedented housing affordability problems in California. Opponents contend it
will stymie housing construction ? the levels are already low ? and further increase costs.
Here?s a rundown of some
of the difficulties renters
face and how Proposition 10
would affect them and
broader affordability issues.
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RENTERS facing eviction and opponents of rent control face off in June at the
offices of Beach Front Property Management in Long Beach.
In the wake of revelations
that a prominent Pasadena
obstetrician had been accused repeatedly of sexual
misconduct,
Huntington
Memorial Hospital announced Friday that the
doctor no longer had a leadership role at the hospital
and will have a chaperone
when treating women in the
maternity ward.
A hospital spokeswoman
also said Dr. Patrick Sutton,
who has practiced at Huntington since 1989, has been
removed from the list of doctors who are on call to deliver
babies at the hospital.
?These changes are effective immediately as we await
results of further review by
the Medical Board of California and our medical
staff,? said Eileen Neuwirth,
the hospital?s communications director.
The medical board accused Sutton, 64, in a Sept.
24 filing of making inappropriate comments to a patient about her appearance
and sex life during a 2016 appointment. The Times reported the board action
Monday and noted that it
was the fifth complaint
against the doctor for sexual
misconduct toward a woman in his care.
Sutton has not responded to the most recent accusation and settled the previous four without any admission of sexual misconduct.
Reached by phone Friday,
he confirmed that his private practice near the hospital remained open but referred additional questions
to his attorney.
In an email to The Times,
attorney Gary Wittenberg
said that only ?a few patients? in Sutton?s long career had complained and
said that his client voluntarily cooperated with medical
board investigations that resulted in probation only for
medical record-keeping issues.
Revising access to campaign funds
L.A. candidates would
have to debate or host
town hall to get public
money with new rule.
By Emily Alpert Reyes
For decades, Los Angeles
city candidates who wanted
to tap into public money for
their campaigns have had to
agree to debate their opponents.
But actually participating in a debate has never
been required, according to
the Ethics Commission.
Ethics
Commission
staffers said they feared that
a candidate could lose out
on the matching funds because a rival refused to debate them. That public money is provided by the city to
qualifying candidates to
help offset the influence of
wealthy donors.
Now, under a revised rule
backed by the City Council
on Friday, city officials say
candidates who get matching funds would have to take
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?The allegations in the
pending accusation are untrue and we will prove that in
court,? Wittenberg said in
the email. ?The changes at
Huntington Hospital were
agreed to by Dr. Sutton and
are temporary, pending our
successful defense to these
baseless allegations.?
Neuwirth said Huntington?s medical staff committee was performing a confidential peer review of Sutton?s practice.
Until Friday, Sutton was
chair-elect of Huntington?s
nationally ranked obstetrics
and gynecology department
and due to assume control of
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Audit
critical
of VA
leases
Review finds faulty
agreements on West
L.A. site as homeless
housing lags behind.
By Gale Holland
More than 60% of the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs? land-use agreements
on its West Los Angeles campus are illegal or improper, a
federal audit found, including leases for a Los Angeles
city dog park and ballfields,
Red Cross offices, a Shakespeare festival, a parrot
sanctuary and the private
Brentwood School.
The VA inspector general
audit also found that housing
construction
for
veterans on the sprawling
property has fallen behind
schedule, with the initial
deadline of 490 units by
March 2019 now out of reach.
Although the VA is making progress on its building
plans, ?it will not meet its initial milestone,? the inspector general said in the report, adding that environmental review could push
the goal of housing homeless
veterans even further into
the future. The audit also
faulted the VA for failing to
include veterans in oversight of the campus project.
In a groundbreaking 2016
legal settlement, the VA
promised to open the agency?s long-contested campus
to housing as part of a
broader campaign to end
the county?s long reign as
the nation?s homeless veterans capital.
A single building was renovated in 2017 and currently
houses 54 veterans. No new
construction has been approved or funded, either by
the Obama or Trump administrations, although two
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The long reach of sexual assault
Being a victim in the
workplace can worsen
a woman?s health at
midlife, study shows.
MELISSA HEALY
Being a victim of sexual
assault or sexual harassment in the workplace can
do more than crush a young
soul and stunt a rising career. New research finds
that the experience of sexual violence or intimidation
can take a toll on women?s
physical and mental health
years later, at a crucial
juncture.
A study published this
week in JAMA Internal
Medicine finds that women
between the ages of 40 and
60 who reported an experience of sexual assault at
some point in their lives
were nearly three times as
likely as other women to
have significant depressive
symptoms, and more than
twice as likely to suffer from
anxiety.
Researchers also found
that women who said they
had been subjected to sexual harassment were more
than twice as likely to have
untreated high blood pressure than were women who
did not experience such
harassment.
And women with a history of either sexual assault
or sexual harassment were
roughly twice as likely to
suffer sleep problems at
midlife than their counterparts who did not report
gender-based mistreatment.
The 304 women who
participated in the study
were enrolled in a research
project about menopausal
hot flashes and
atherosclerosis, a condition
characterized by a buildup
of plaque that causes arteries to harden. All of the
women lived in the Pittsburgh area, and researchers
cautioned that they may not
be representative of American women as a whole.
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health consequences
among those who have
suffered trauma and its
stresses, said Patricia
Resick, a sexual trauma
researcher at Duke University who wasn?t involved
in the study.
?The findings don?t
surprise me,? she said.
Thurston said that although the corrosive effects
of sexual assault on victims?
mental health were widely
expected, it was less clear
why women reporting sexual harassment in the workplace would be so much
more likely than other women to have high blood pressure (which was defined as
systolic blood pressure at or
above 130 mmHG or diastolic blood pressure at or above
80 mmHG). She noted that
women are most likely to be
victims of sexual assault
during their adolescence
and young adulthood, while
sexual harassment in the
workplace tends to happen
when a woman is a bit older.
A STUDY found that women who said they had been subjected to sexual harassment were more than twice as
likely to have untreated high blood pressure than were women who did not experience such harassment.
the workplace and elsewhere.
?We?re reaching a point
where we can?t ignore what?s
going on anymore,? she
added.
These health problems
at midlife do not augur well
for women?s well-being in
their senior years, either.
Hypertension in middle age
raises a woman?s risk of
heart disease, stroke and
dementia. Depression and
anxiety are also linked to
poorer heart and brain
health as women age.
And poor sleep quality is
linked to ? and in many
cases, thought to contribute
to ? a number of health ills
including obesity, metabolic
disorders and dementia.
Of the 304 participants,
58 (19%) said they had been
sexually harassed at work
and 67 (22%) said they had
been sexually assaulted; 10%
of the women reported both.
In the Pittsburgh sample, women with a history of
sexual harassment were
About 20% of the Pittsburgh women reported
having been sexually harassed or sexually assaulted.
That?s lower than the national average.
Nationwide, the Centers
for Disease Control & Prevention has found that
roughly 36% of women have
been forced or pressured
into ?unwanted sexual
contact,? and it?s estimated
that somewhere between
40% and 75% of women have
experienced gender-based
physical or verbal harassment at work.
?This is a massive number of women, so it?s an
enormous public health
issue,? said study leader
Rebecca C. Thurston, a
psychologist and epidemiologist at the University of
Pittsburgh. ?If we want to
prevent mental health
problems, sleep problems
and hypertension, I think
we really need to think
about these toxic exposures
women are experiencing at
more highly educated than
was the norm among participants, but they also reported more financial
strain. Among the study
participants with no reported history of sexual
assault, roughly 12% experienced symptoms of depression and approximately 23%
had clinical anxiety. Poor
sleep afflicted roughly 40%
of participants who reported no sexual assaults.
In women with a past
experience of sexual assault,
rates of depressive symptoms jumped to 25%, clinical
anxiety rose to 40%, and
poor sleep ticked up to
about 57%.
After adjusting for factors that influence women?s
risk for those conditions ?
including age, ethnicity,
education and body mass
index ? the researchers
determined that the risk of
depressive symptoms was
2.86 times greater in women
who had been sexually
assaulted. The risk of anxi-
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ety was 2.26 times greater
and the risk of poor sleep
was 2.15 times greater.
About 18% of women who
had not experienced workplace sexual harassment
had untreated hypertension. But in women with a
history of having been harassed at work, rates of high
blood pressure jumped to
about 23%. That was 2.36
times higher after researchers accounted for other
factors that are linked to
hypertension risk in women.
About 28% of women
who had not been sexually
harassed reported sleep
difficulties, compared with
36% of those who had. That
was 1.89 times higher after
adjustment for other contributing factors.
The links identified in
the new research are not
evidence that sexual misconduct causes women to
experience poorer health.
But they are consistent with
a wealth of research that
has established severe
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L.A. group
drops fight
over Gehry
complex
Pastor
held
in sex
case
Riverside man, 56, is
accused of assaulting a
girl at an O.C. church.
Fix the City settles
with developer of
229-unit mixed-use
project on Sunset.
By Hannah Fry
A 56-year-old youth pastor is facing five felony
charges after authorities say
he sexually assaulted a 13year-old girl at a church in
Santa Ana.
Orange County prosecutors charged Jonathan
Lamont Jenkins of Riverside on Thursday with two
counts of lewd acts on a child
under 14, two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a
child and one count of attempted lewd acts on a child,
all felonies, according to Orange County Superior Court
records.
If convicted, Jenkins
faces a maximum sentence
of 90 years to life in state prison.
Jenkins has been a youth
pastor at the Starlight Baptist Church at 1201 W. 2nd St.
in Santa Ana for two years
and a member since 2012.
Church officials did not
immediately respond to a
phone call seeking comment
Friday.
Prosecutors say Jenkins
touched the girl?s buttocks
at the church in January.
The girl was 12 when the suspected sexual advances began, according to Santa Ana
police.
Police say Jenkins waited
inside a church restroom for
the girl during a service in
March. When she walked
into what she thought was
an empty restroom, he prevented her from leaving,
threatened her with physical violence, choked and
then sexually assaulted her,
police said.
The girl didn?t immediately report the incident and
continued attending the
church, where Jenkins continued to commit lewd acts
on the teen, prosecutors
said.
In
August,
Jenkins
mocked the girl about the incident when he saw her at
church, police said.
?Jenkins told the victim if
she reported this to the police, he would say she allowed the sexual assault to
occur,? police wrote in a
statement.
The girl?s family called
authorities Monday to report the incidents. Detectives arrested Jenkins a day
later as he walked into a liquor store in Santa Ana.
He is being held in Orange County Jail on $1-million bail. He is expected to
appear in court for an arraignment Oct. 19.
Jenkins has convictions
for robbery in Los Angeles in
1983 and burglary in Orange
County in 1986, prosecutors
said.
Law enforcement officials believe there may be
additional victims.
Anyone with information
in the matter is asked to call
Det. Nick Vega of the Santa
Ana Police Department at
(714) 245-8368 or the Orange
County district attorney?s
office supervising investigator, Eric Wiseman, at (714)
347-8794.
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JONATHAN JENKINS
is a youth pastor at a
Santa Ana church.
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SUNDAY?S acid attack on a man and a woman sleeping at Devonwood Park in
Mission Hills was the latest on homeless people in Los Angeles.
Suspect sought in
?evil? acid attack
Pair sleeping in a Mission Hills park suffer burns
By Brittny Mejia
Los Angeles police are
searching for whoever attacked a man and a woman
sleeping in a Mission Hills
park with ?some sort of an
acid.?
The attack happened
shortly after midnight Sunday in Devonwood Park,
where the pair have been
staying nightly for some
time. The man awoke to a female companion screaming
in pain and running from
where they were sleeping,
said LAPD Officer Tony Im.
He saw burn marks on
her face and arms and then
realized his face also was
burned, but to a lesser degree, Im said.
It is the third time in
three weeks the pair have
been accosted in their sleep
at the same park, they told
police. The first time, they
said, they were doused with
gasoline and the second
time with bleach.
It was unclear when the
previous incidents happened and whether the man
and woman reported them,
Im said.
They were treated at a
hospital and released. Officers found a backpack be-
longing to one of the victims;
it showed ?some kind of
chemical burns.?
?We want to find whoever
is responsible for this evil act
and make sure they?re taken
off the street,? Im said.
Sunday?s attack is the
latest on homeless people in
Los Angeles. Last month,
police arrested Ramon
Escobar, who is suspected of
killing four men and seriously injuring four others as
they slept outside in L.A.
and Santa Monica from
Sept. 8 to 24.
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Sheriff?s sergeant, three
deputies placed on leave
L.A. County officials
are investigating fight
at party involving
off-duty lawmen.
By Maya Lau
A Los Angeles County
sheriff ?s sergeant and three
deputies have been placed
on paid administrative leave
as part of an internal investigation into an incident last
week.
Sgt. Mike Hernandez
and deputies Rafael Munoz,
Gregory Rodriguez and
David Silverio were off duty
at the time of the incident
Sept.
28,
department
spokeswoman
Nicole
Nishida said.
The episode involved a
fight between lawmen at a
party hosted by deputies
from the department?s East
Los Angeles station, said
sources with knowledge of
the altercation.
No arrests were made,
Nishida said.
Officials did not release
information on what motivated the incident or if any-
By David Zahniser
A group that sued over
plans for a Frank Gehry-designed complex in Hollywood said Wednesday that it
has reached a settlement
with the developer, removing a major obstacle to the
229-unit project.
Fix the City, which regularly weighs in on L.A. planning issues, dropped its objections to the 8150 Sunset
development in exchange
for reimbursement of its legal and expert fees and a
handful of investments by
the developer, Townscape
Partners.
Townscape will contribute $4,000 to a fire station in
Hollywood and ensure that
defibrillators are placed in
each of the project?s retail
spaces. In addition, the developer must work to install
pedestrian safety traffic signals ? a kind that would
have lights embedded in the
sidewalk ? next to the project at Sunset and Crescent
Heights boulevards.
If those signals are not installed, the developer would
need to donate $50,000 to a
nonprofit group, Friends of
West Los Angeles, to pay for
public safety initiatives, the
agreement says.
Townscape still needs to
obtain the city?s permission
to eliminate an eastbound
right-turn lane that currently exists at Sunset and
Crescent Heights ? a process that can take a minimum
of six to nine months.
Fix the City had sued
over that issue, saying the
developer had failed to obtain proper city approval for
the lane closure. California?s
2nd District Court of Appeal
agreed, ruling in March that
the city needed to conduct a
hearing on the change in
street alignment.
Under the state Streets
and Highways Code, the city
must present evidence
showing that a street is unnecessary for public use before ?vacating? it. Fix the
City previously argued that
because that stretch of Sunset is so heavily used, the city
could not make the necessary findings.
On Wednesday, a representative of Fix the City said
his group will no longer oppose the lane closure. ?For
us, the legal point was made
and won,? said Mike Eveloff,
who serves on the group?s
board.
A Townscape representative declined to discuss
the settlement but indicated
the company has had preliminary talks with city officials on the street vacation.
Eveloff would not disclose how much Townscape
will pay in legal and expert
fees, saying both sides chose
to keep the figure confidential. He said the settlement
addresses some of the public
safety issues surrounding
the project.
The 8150 Sunset project,
which sits on the L.A.-West
Hollywood border and includes 65,000 square feet of
commercial space, was approved by the City Council in
2016. The development had
been a source of major controversy, with historic preservationists suing to stop
Townscape from demolishing a 1960s bank building on
the site.
That structure, which
has a zigzag roof and other
midcentury features, is considered a strong example of
Googie design.
Townscape prevailed in
court on that issue this year.
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one was injured.
Munoz, Rodriguez and
Silverio are assigned to the
East Los Angeles station,
and Hernandez works at
Men?s Central Jail, Nishida
said.
Rodriguez told a Times
reporter he couldn?t talk
about the incident, and Hernandez hung up when called
for comment. Calls to
Munoz and Silverio were not
returned.
Visualhouse
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Twitter: @mayalau
8150 SUNSET , shown in a rendering, had been a
source of controversy over plans to eliminate a rightturn lane and demolish a 1960s bank building.
Shark attack victim leaves hospital
?Keane wants you
to know he has all
his limbs. And
he?s going to be
going home fully
intact.?
Keane Webre-Hayes,
13, was critically
injured while lobster
diving in Encinitas.
By Alex Riggins
SAN DIEGO ? A 13-yearold boy attacked by a shark
Saturday morning while lobster diving at Beacon?s
Beach in Encinitas was released from the hospital
where
he
was
being
treated, officials said Thursday.
Keane Webre-Hayes was
critically injured in the attack, which left him with
traumatic wounds to the upper left side of his body. Doctors on Monday said he was
recovering from surgery and
in serious condition in the intensive care unit at Rady
Children?s Hospital.
On Thursday, he was ?no
longer a patient? at the hospital, spokesman Carlos
Delgado said.
It was not clear when the
? Dr. Tim Fairbanks,
chief of pediatric surgery and
the medical director for trauma
at Rady Children?s Hospital
Ellie Hayes
KEANE WEBRE-HAYES in his hospital room at
Rady Children?s Hospital in San Diego. It wasn?t clear
if he went straight home or to another care facility.
teen left the hospital or
whether he was headed
home or to another care facility. Delgado said patient
privacy laws and a request
by Keane?s family prevented
him from further commenting on the boy?s status.
Dr. Tim Fairbanks, the
chief of pediatric surgery
and the medical director for
trauma at Rady, said Monday that Keane had a
message he wanted to share.
?Keane wants you to
know he has all his limbs,?
Fairbanks said. ?And he?s going to be going home fully intact.?
A stretch of beach where
the teen was attacked was
closed throughout the weekend.
Lifeguards reopened the
beach Monday morning after no other shark sightings
were reported by lifeguards
or residents.
Samples swabbed from
the teen?s wetsuit have been
sent to a geneticist with the
goal of identifying what kind
of shark bit Keane, said
Chris Lowe, director of the
Shark Lab at Cal State Long
Beach.
Determining that will
help
authorities
better
understand the behavior
patterns of sharks and what
risks people face in the region?s waters.
A GoFundMe account for
Keane has raised more than
$35,000.
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Diego Union-Tribune.
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LAT IMES. C OM
Will Proposition 10 help or hurt?
[Tenants, from B1]
ants are overburdened by
rents, defined as spending at
least 30% of their income on
housing costs, according to a
recent analysis of U.S. Census data by UC Berkeley?s
Haas Institute for a Fair and
Inclusive Society.
Rents have jumped since
the end of the last recession
as many areas of the state
have seen strong job growth
but little housing production. In Los Angeles, the median one-bedroom rental is
$2,370, according to real estate website Zillow ? an increase of 43% over the last
eight years. Similar rent increases have hit San Francisco and the state as a
whole.
Rents in California have
far outpaced those in the
rest of the country. Nationwide, the median one-bedroom rent is $1,299, according to the Zillow data, increasing 25% over the same
eight-year period.
High housing costs have
left millions of Californians
poor. Nearly 1 in 5 residents
lives in poverty when housing and other costs of living
are considered, helping give
the state the distinction of
having the nation?s highest
poverty rate. As economic
pressures on renters have increased, tenant activists
have ramped up their promotion of rent control as a
way to hold down costs.
Photographs by
Katie Falkenberg Los Angeles Times
BACKERS of Proposition 10, which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, demonstrate at Los Angeles City Hall in April.
The 1995 state law restricts local governments in implementing most new rent control policies.
Does rent control help with
housing affordability?
Economists of different
political stripes rarely agree
on much. But there?s consensus, even among liberal
economists, that rent control doesn?t help with housing affordability.
Economists generally believe that when government
limits the price landlords
can charge for housing, less
housing will be created,
which in turn drives up
prices.
?When you have a price
ceiling, it induces a shortage,? said Christopher Palmer, an MIT economist and
coauthor of a study on rent
control in Cambridge, Mass.
?The common wisdom is
that rent control reduces the
quantity and quality of available housing.?
Instead of rent control,
Palmer said, economic research contends that the
primary solution to housing
affordability problems is to
build many more units and
have the new supply force
prices down.
But what about California
tenants who are struggling
now?
By one estimate, developers in California need to
build an average of about
320,000 new homes a year to
address the state?s shortage
and make a major dent in affordability problems ? a
rate roughly triple the current pace of construction.
The state?s nonpartisan
Legislative Analyst?s Office
said the state would need to
increase subsidies by billions of dollars a year to finance enough low-income
housing for those most in
need.
But these goals will be
very hard to achieve, and
some researchers say rent
control is necessary to protect tenants from the continued threat of rising prices.
The UC Berkeley Haas Institute report contends that
rent control is the only way
cities and counties can keep
costs down cheaply and immediately.
?This is really the one
thing that can be implemented most quickly,? said
Nicole Montojo, a coauthor
of the report. ?The building
is not going to happen fast
enough. It?s just not possible.?
Cities and counties can
also tailor rent control rules
to limit negative consequences for new construction and other potential
?The common
wisdom is that
rent control
reduces the
quantity and
quality of
available housing.?
? Christopher
Palmer,
MIT economist
CANDICE GRAHAM , center, who works with prop-
downsides, said Manuel
Pastor, a sociology professor
at USC and author of a forthcoming review of existing
rent control research. ?For
the life of me, I can?t think
why you would give up rent
stabilization as a tool given
the extent of the crisis.?
How would Proposition 10
work? And what is CostaHawkins?
Fifteen California cities
have some form of rent control now. But local governments are hamstrung when
it comes to implementing
most new rent control policies because of a 1995 state
law, the Costa-Hawkins
Rental Housing Act.
That law restricts city
and county rent control efforts in three ways. Local
governments are not allowed to:
8 Implement rent control on single-family homes.
8 Take away the right of
landlords to charge what
they want for apartments after a rent-controlled tenant
moves out.
8 Control rents on buildings constructed after 1995.
The law also locked into
place rules in cities with rent
control
when
CostaHawkins passed. For instance, Los Angeles ties rent
hikes to inflation on apartments built on or before Oct.
1, 1978, and is prohibited
from applying its provisions
to more recently constructed properties.
The 1995 law chilled cities
and counties? passage of new
rent restrictions. In 2016,
Mountain View and Richmond in the Bay Area became the first communities
to implement new rent control rules in more than three
decades.
Proposition 10 does not
change existing rent control
policies ? it simply repeals
Costa-Hawkins. So passage
of the initiative would not, in
erty owners, and Samantha Granberry of Healthy
Housing Foundation have words outside City Hall.
most cases, immediately
lead to new rent control
rules. Instead, it would allow
cities and counties to craft
policies without restrictions.
Proposition 10 also would
be hard to undo in the future.
The initiative includes a provision that says any effort to
implement statewide restrictions on rent control
would have to be approved
by California voters. The authors of Proposition 10 say
they wrote the measure that
way to prevent state lawmakers from undermining
it. But the provision has
faced criticism from those
who contend any negative
consequences from the measure would be very hard to
fix.
How has rent control affected San Francisco?
Researchers at Stanford
University recently published a detailed examination of rent control?s effects
in San Francisco, where the
policy is restricted to apartments built on or before
June 13, 1979.
Among the biggest beneficiaries: longtime tenants
who would have been forced
out of the city without renter
protections. The study
found rent control especially
helped older and black and
Latino tenants from being
displaced.
Landlords who weren?t
able to charge higher prices
lost out. The study also
found that landlords responded to rent control in
San Francisco by converting
their rental properties to
owner-occupied condominiums, which decreased available apartments in the city
and increased prices overall.
The research contends that
the system added to gentrification in San Francisco by
increasing the number of
older rental properties being made into units that
were typically sold to wealthier residents.
?It may seem like a solution in the short run, but in
the long run it really hurts
renters and the rental market,? said Rebecca Diamond, an assistant professor of economics at Stanford
and the study?s lead author.
Rent control supporters
believe the study unfairly
blamed the system for fueling gentrification and said
the city could have worked to
lessen some of the negative
effects.
?Even though the costs
they found are substantial,
those costs could have been
contained by the city of San
Francisco having tighter
controls on condominium
conversions,? said Stephen
Barton, a coauthor of the UC
Berkeley Haas Institute
study.
If Proposition 10 passes,
what happens next?
Expect a lot of new local
battles over rent control.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric
Garcetti has said he wants
to expand rent control in the
city if Proposition 10 passes.
And Berkeley voters will decide in November whether to
bolster the city?s own rent
control policies ? the new
rules would take effect at the
same time as Proposition 10.
Fights at the city and
county levels are likely to be
long
and
contentious.
Mountain View, which in 2016
passed a limited version of
rent control that?s allowed
under existing state law, has
had a continuous struggle
over rent control policies the
last three years with no end
in sight.
liam.dillon@latimes.com
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Doctor loses
key role amid
state review
[Obstetrician, from B1]
the department in January.
He is one of the most experienced obstetricians at the
hospital, having delivered by
his count more than 6,000
children during his threedecade career.
Although he was wellknown in Pasadena medical
circles, the accusations
against him over the last 20
years were not. Following a
1998 prenatal appointment,
a patient complained to the
medical board that Sutton
had asked her what she
called inappropriate questions about her sex life and
inserted his ungloved fingers inside her during an
ultrasound exam.
After an investigation,
the board accused Sutton of
gross negligence and sexual
misconduct for ?needlessly
and inappropriately sexualizing her physical examination.?
Under
a
settlement
agreement, he admitted to
another charge involving a
different patient ? failure to
keep and maintain adequate
and accurate records ? and
was placed on probation for
four years. The sexual misconduct charge was deemed
unproven. He was ordered to
complete a class on maintaining professional boundaries.
In 2005, while still on probation, Sutton was accused
by two patients of sexual
battery and sexual harassment in a Los Angeles
County Superior Court lawsuit. The women alleged
improper touching, crude
sexual comments and intrusive questions about their
bodies and sexual habits, according to a draft complaint
in the case, which has since
been destroyed by court officials.
The patients and Sutton
reached a confidential settlement.
Following a 2008 appointment, another patient complained to the medical board
about Sutton. The woman
said that Sutton asked her a
series of explicit and inappropriate questions about
her sexual practices and instructed her to call him to
share ?a fantasy or ?any new
sexual adventure.? ?
In a settlement with the
board, Sutton again admitted failing to maintain medical records, and the allegations of sexual misconduct
were dropped. He was
placed on probation for
three years and ordered to
enroll in psychotherapy as
well as another class on
maintaining
professional
boundaries.
In the most recent accusation, the medical board alleged that Sutton told a
woman seeking treatment
for a cyst ?that he really
could not see ?down there?
because she was really
hairy,? according to the
board filing.
After Sutton?s female office assistant left the room to
answer a telephone, according to the medical board filing, the doctor asked the
woman, ?Do you have sex??
?She replied, ?No,? adding
that she had an abusive relationship and now dedicated
her life to her kids,? according to the filing.
Sutton continued pressing her, according to the
court papers, asking, ?Do
you enjoy orgasms, you are a
very beautiful woman??
The patient, who was
wearing a paper gown, ?was
intimidated and did not
know how to get out of the
situation,? the medical
board filing said.
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Council backs new funding rule
[Funds, from B1]
town hall meeting where
they face questions from the
public.
Ethics
Commission
staffers said that would require candidates to engage
with voters and share their
views, while giving them another way to follow the rules
if they couldn?t get their opponents to debate.
The California Clean
Money
Campaign,
the
League of Women Voters of
Los Angeles and Unrig L.A.,
among other groups, had
urged the city to require candidates getting the money to
actually participate in an
event where voters could
learn what they stand for,
whether it was a debate or a
town hall, so that ?candidates don?t skirt this important civic responsibility.?
But Studio City Neighborhood Council member
Eric Preven, who ran against
Councilman Paul Krekorian
three years ago, argued that
allowing a town hall rather
than a debate would leave
?too much wiggle room for
incumbents to avoid getting
on a stage with their challengers.?
Preven complained that
Krekorian received $44,000
in matching funds when he
ran, yet never debated him.
He said he had reached out
to a Krekorian aide who was
assisting with the campaign
to try to arrange a debate,
but nothing came of it. He
later emailed Krekorian
himself the day before the
election, inviting him to join
him at a campaign event
that afternoon.
Krekorian
spokesman
Ian Thompson said that ?it
isn?t custom in any election
Allowing a town
hall rather than a
debate leaves ?too
much wiggle room
for incumbents to
avoid getting on a
stage with their
challengers.?
? Eric Preven,
Studio City Neighborhood
Council member, critic of city
rules on public campaign funds
Al Seib Los Angeles Times
ERIC PREVEN , a Studio City Neighborhood Council member, complained that when he ran against City
Councilman Paul Krekorian in 2013, Krekorian got public campaign funds without meeting him in a debate.
for one candidate to directly
set up a debate with the
other.? Instead, outside
groups usually set up debates, Thompson said, but
none of them ultimately did.
Under the old rules, candidates met the debate requirement as long as they
signed a form pledging to
participate in debates, re-
?Ray Donovan?
actor arrested
By Andy Nguyen
An actor known for his
role on the Showtime series
?Ray Donovan? was arrested
in Burbank on Wednesday
following reports of a driver
seen weaving in and out of
traffic while a child was
seated on his lap.
Marion ?Pooch? Hall, 44,
was arrested by the Burbank Police Department on
suspicion of driving under
the influence and child endangerment. His arrest
stemmed from a crash that
occurred around 7:30 p.m. in
the 200 block of North Buena
Vista Street.
Sgt. Derek Green, a
spokesman for the department, said witnesses reported seeing the driver of a
Chrysler 300 sedan weaving
through traffic with a child
was on his lap. One witness
told officers that the child
was holding onto the
steering wheel.
The sedan eventually hit
a parked car, and the driver
was detained by police. No
injuries were reported.
Police identified Hall as
the driver of the Chrysler
and his 2-year-old son as the
child.
Hall stars as Daryll Donovan on ?Ray Donovan,?
A 70-year-old retired Los
Angeles police detective was
charged this week with assault with a semiautomatic
handgun after a parking lot
confrontation in South L.A.
The
charge
against
Charles Tizano also includes
an allegation of personally
using a firearm, the L.A.
County district attorney?s
office announced Wednesday.
Tizano was involved in a
dispute with the driver of a
vehicle blocking the exit of a
parking lot at West Adams
Boulevard
and
South
Broadway on Sept. 6, prosecutors said. When a bystander tried to intervene,
authorities allege, Tizano
pointed the handgun at the
person.
Women Voters of Los Angeles, said she was worried
that the new law still might
not have any teeth. Goodman
also
challenged
whether the city definition of
a ?town hall? was strict
enough to ensure that such
an event didn?t ?devolve into
a campaign rally.?
The City Council also
voted Friday to draft new
rules that would sharply accelerate the rate at which
candidates can receive taxpayer money to match their
campaign donations. The
new rules would make the
system simpler and more
generous. They also moved
to halve the number of donations from district residents
that candidates need to get
before qualifying for matching funds.
Council members touted
those changes as a way to
help level the playing field
for grass-roots candidates.
Under the existing system for getting matching
funds, ?it turns out that
most of the people that benefited were City Council
members who already have
an advantage in raising
funds and other well-funded
candidates,? Councilman
Paul Koretz said, calling the
proposed changes a ?no-
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July 13, 1931 - September 24, 2018
Lucas Jackson Associated Press
MARION HALL was
held on suspicion of DUI.
BARNESS, Jordan G.
February 26, 1957 - September 25, 2018
playing the title character?s
half-brother.
Green said the Sherman
Oaks resident ?displayed
obvious signs of alcohol intoxication? and could not
perform any field sobriety
tests. His son was not secured in a car seat at the
time of the incident, police
said.
Hall was taken into custody; his wife picked up their
son at the scene.
Hall was released on
$100,000 bail shortly before
8 a.m. Thursday, according
to Los Angeles County Sheriff ?s Department records.
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Retired detective is
accused of assault
involving handgun
By Brittny Mejia
gardless of whether one occurred, according to Nancy
Jackson, director of strategic communications for the
Ethics Commission.
The new ordinance says
candidates must now provide the date they participated in a debate or a town hall
meeting, along with a copy of
the invitation or event announcement, in order to
claim the money. David Tristan, the commission?s deputy executive director, said
candidates would get the
money only after participating in such an event.
Carolina Goodman, a
member of the League of
brainer.?
However, council candidates would still not qualify
for matching funds until
they had raised a minimum
of $25,000 that meets a complicated set of requirements.
Several groups warned Friday that reaching that
threshold would become
even harder because the city
is poised to slash the
amount of each donation
that counts toward the target, reducing it from $250 to
roughly $115 for council candidates.
In reaction, Councilman
Mike Bonin suggested lowering the minimum to
roughly $11,500 in council
races ? a target that could
be reached with 100 donations from city residents.
The California Clean
Money Campaign and other
groups said they hoped that
change, which was referred
to a committee for more discussion, would be included
when the new regulations
come back to the council for
a final vote.
?If this is a city for the
many, not just the money, I
hope you will vote for it and
show that,? said Rob Quan,
an organizer with the Unrig
L.A. coalition.
Tizano faces a maximum
sentence of 19 years in state
prison if convicted as
charged. Prosecutors are requesting bail of $125,000.
The Los Angeles Police
Department is investigating.
Tizano is not the only former LAPD officer who has
found himself in trouble with
the law recently.
Stacey Koon, a former
police sergeant who served a
prison sentence for his role
in the beating of Rodney
King, was sentenced to three
years of probation Wednesday after he pleaded no contest to driving under the influence of alcohol.
Koon was arrested May 1
after he crashed his vehicle
into a parked car in Castaic,
authorities said.
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Jordan G. Barness of New York City
passed away on September 25, 2018
at age 61 surrounded by his wife Lisa
Safir Barness, son Ethan Moon Barness
and daughter Lea Savan Barness. Born
in Los Angeles, California, on February
26, 1957 to Lillian Barness and the
late Amnon Barness, Jordan, is also
survived by siblings Daniel, Rena and
Dalia, nieces Batya, Sophie, Sarah,
Talulah and Flora, and nephews Gil,
Andrew, Gordon and Joey. In addition
to being an esteemed New York real
estate attorney, with the law firm
Barness & Barness, Jordan was and will
forever be remembered as a devoted
father, loving husband, a generous
and loyal friend to so many and a man
of integrity and faith. To all, Jordan
Barness was and remains a true force
of nature!
Memorial services, attended by
family and friends, were held on
Friday, September 28, at 1:30pm at
Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison
Avenue, New York. Interment and
funeral will be in Israel.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests
memorial contributions be made to
the charity of your choice.
BLOOM, Stephanie Ann
April 30, 1974 - October 3, 2018
Stephanie Ann Bloom, wife, mother,
daughter, sister, fierce friend and
warrior princess, passed away on
October 3, 2018 at her home in Los
Angeles, battling an aggressive brain
cancer to the very end.
Stephanie was born in Connecticut,
raised a Texas girl and moved to
Pennsylvania with her family, where
she went on to earn a Bachelor of
Arts degree from her beloved Penn
State University. She later moved to
California, spending 17 amazing, funfilled years in Los Angeles, the place
her children now call home.
An avid swimmer, traveler and
home chef, Steph?s true passion was
her family and friends. She is survived
by her husband of 12 years Kevin,
their sons Benjamin and Jackson, her
parents Peter and Sandra Williams,
her sister Jennifer (Marc), her brother
Peter (Carmen), her grandmother
EmmaMary, her niece Sloane, her
nephew Owen and numerous aunts,
uncles, cousins and dear friends.
A celebration of a life lived to
its fullest will be held at 11:00am
on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at
Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica
Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038.
Stephanie loved flowers. But she
loved fighting on behalf of children
even more. In lieu of the former,
please consider assisting the latter
with a memorial contribution to
Alex?s Lemonade Stand. https://www.
alexslemonade.org/mypage/1579672
Born in Elgin, Illinois. She was
preceded in death by her parents,
Robert and Cecil Lasher; her husband,
John; and her sons, Dennis and Jack.
Barbara is survived by her sister,
Judy Howell; sister-in-law, Bobbie
Lasher; four sons, six daughtersin-law, 20 grandchildren and 18
great-grandchildren.
Mass will be held Tuesday, October
9, 2018, Noon at San Fernando Mission
Church, with burial to follow at San
Fernando Mission Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to
the Alzheimer?s Association, online at
www.alz.org or mailed to 770 Anacapa
Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010.
HAMILTON, JR., Lumas
Daniel
April 25, 1953 - July 25, 2018
Lumas D. Hamilton, Jr., was the son
of the late Evelyn and Lumas Hamilton,
Sr., sister of Dr. Cynthia Hamilton of
Newport, RI. He passed away of natural
causes. Born in Los Angeles, Lumas
was a graduate of Fremont HS and
UCLA, and an experienced hairstylist
for the television and film industry.
He was a member of IATSE Local 706.
Lumas received an Emmy nomination
for ?Outstanding Hairstyling for
a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic
Special.? In television he worked on
?CSI: Crime Scene Investigation? and
?Annie,? among others. In film he
worked with crew of ?Oz the Great
and Powerful,??Transformer 3,? as well
as ?The Secret Life of Bees,? among
others. Lumas was fun-loving, yet
serious, and he loved his work. After
over twenty years in the industry he
had his first discussion of retirement
with his sister the Sunday before his
death. Lumas leaves behind many who
love him, including his sister and many
cousins.
KOWSKY, Edward
Matthew
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KRANITZ, Ephraim ?Pep?
WERLE, Benjamin
January 3, 1949 - September 6, 2018
September 3, 1938 - September 30, 2018
Our beloved Pep passed away on
10/2/18 after losing his battle to lung
disease. Pep came from DuBois, PA, as
a young man and entered UCLA where
he attended undergrad and law school.
UCLA sports, exceptional food, great
wine and his dogs were his passions...
but those paled in comparison to his
love for his adoring family and friends.
Pep is survived by his wife Mady, his
daughters, Lisa, Jill and Amy, sonin-law Bob, grandchildren, Lauren,
Courtney, Sebastiano and Francesca,
and cousins, Florence and Josh. He
treated everyone as his equal and lived
a life filled with honesty and integrity.
Always a selfless and humble man, he
spoke frankly and his deeds followed
his words. He thought of others first
and no matter what, treated everyone
with respect. Pep is remembered by
Mady as a man of integrity with an
acute sense of propriety. In speaking
about him, she emphasized that he
made her a better person ? he was her
Honorable Gentlemen.
-- Memorial Services -Sunday, October 7, 2018, 3:15 pm
Stephen Wise Temple
15500 Stephen S. Wise Dr.,
Los Angeles, CA 90077
Effie was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, to
Moshe and Tova Reuveni, pioneering
immigrants from Poland and Russia.
Effie was the youngest of three and
was raised with his sister Rivka and
brother Uri. In his first year, Effie
contracted polio, and was cared
for by his loving parents at home,
who learned physical therapy and
massage to help rehabilitate him.
Effie grew into a fiercely independent
person. As a young adult he became
interested in cinema, working on
many films in Israel and Europe as
a film editor. In 1979 his passion for
film led him to Hollywood, where he
worked as a sound editor. Effie moved
to West Hollywood in 1984, during
the campaign for cityhood, quickly
becoming a passionate community
activist. He joined a number of West
Hollywood community organizations,
became involved with the city?s
general plan process, and worked on
city council election campaigns. He
was a frequent and fearless presence at
city council and commission meetings.
In 1997 Effie co-founded The West
Hollywood Tree Preservation Society,
and remained on the board until his
passing.
Effie is survived by his brother Uri
Reuveni, nephew Roni Reuveni, nieces
Deena Reuveni, Sharon Weiner, Vered
Yadid, Daphna Lahan, and his dear
friends and family of choice Angee
Beckett, Ralph Feeley, Roslyn Krause,
Avraly, and all the members of the
WHTPS Board of Directors. Effie was
laid to rest in Israel.
May his fighting spirit always be
remembered.
Benjamin Otto Arnold Werle was
born September 3, 1938 in Rockford,
Illinois, to Otto P. and Hermine
(Hachenberg) Werle. He was raised
in Oxen Hill, Maryland, and attended
the University of Maryland where he
graduated with a degree in electrical
engineering and entered the Air Force
as an officer, serving from 1958-1963.
He then moved out to California
where he worked for Hughes Aircraft
Co. while attending USC and earned
a Master?s degree in Engineering and
Science. During this time he met and
married his loving wife of 51 years,
Sue. They lived in England for 2 years
and, later, in Germany for 3. The
majority of their married life was spent
in Woodland Hills, CA.
Ben was a devout Christian. He
served as an Elder at West Valley Bible
Chapel. And then transitioned to
Agoura Bible Chapel and Avenue 54.
During his career Ben specialized
in radar and satellite technology. He
worked for companies in California,
England, Germany, and at NATO sites
throughout Europe. He enjoyed water
skiing, rebuilding Triumph TR 4?s and
5?s, and tennis. He was awarded one
patent and was published multiple
times in articles in IEEE magazine.
Ben was preceded in death by his
parents as well as a sister, Christel
MacLeod, and brother Christian Werle.
He is survived by his wife Sue of San
Luis Obispo, CA, son Kurt of San Luis
Obispo, CA, daughter Kat of Winthrop,
WA; and two sisters, Mimi Stricklin of
Morristown, TN, and Ruth James of
Mosheim, TN.
A memorial service will be held
for Ben on Saturday, October 6th at
10:30 am at Agoura Bible Fellowship,
5564 Foothill Dr., Agoura Hills.
MCCARTHY, Sr. Patricia
April 7, 1935 - October 4, 2018
McCarthy, Patricia,
C.S.J., age 83, passed
away on Thursday,
October 4, 2018 in Los
Angeles, CA. Born April 7, 1935 in
Los Angeles, California, a Sister of St.
Joseph of Carondelet since March 19,
1954.
She is survived by her brother
Joe McCarthy and her sister Mary
McCarthy.
A Service of Remembrance will
be held at the Carondelet Center in
Los Angeles on Tuesday, October 9,
2018, at 4:30PM with Funeral Liturgy
at 6:30PM. Cryptside service will be
held Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at
10:00AM at Holy Cross Cemetery in
Culver City, CA. Donations in memory
of Sister Patricia McCarthy may be sent
to: Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet,
11999 Chalon Road, Los Angeles, CA
90049. Please visit the mortuary?s
website, www.LAfuneral.com to send
the family messages, share memories,
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sons, Eric (Heidi) and Glen Udagawa;
grandchildren, Riley, Dillon, Brandon
and Lauren Udagawa; siblings,
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Kazuko (Hiroshi) Kadomatsu; siblingsin-law, Kazuko Takagaki and Yoshiaki
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Toyota
again
issues
hybrid
recall
2.4 million Prius and
Auris cars are affected
by defect that Times
helped to uncover.
By Ralph Vartabedian
Photographs by Brian
van der Brug Los Angeles Times
THE DISPUTE over whether this apartment complex in Tarzana is subject to rent control hinged on the timing of its opening.
A rent control reversal
In a rare move, L.A. decides a Tarzana complex is not subject to the limits
By Andrew Khouri
In November, Californians will go to the polls to decide
whether to give cities the option of sharply expanding
protections against steep rent increases. But as tenants
at a 38-unit Tarzana apartment complex recently discovered, it?s also possible to have existing rent controls revoked.
The property on Reseda Boulevard fell under the city
of Los Angeles? rent control ordinance, which also provides tenants assurance they can?t simply be kicked out
as long as they follow the rules. Then last year, the protections disappeared.
Now the tenants face large rent hikes.
?You can see the slide coming,? said tenant Holly Morris, who is facing a 40% bump next month. ?You really
start looking at the people in the Winnebagos and thinking, ?Wow, they were probably like me at one point.? ?
The rare stripping of rent protections stems from a
dispute between the city of Los Angeles and owner JKP
Apartments over whether the Tarzana property was built
two weeks after the 1978 cut-off date for rent control.
The case highlights an issue before voters in November ? unmovable cut-off dates for rent control.
Its outcome appeared to ultimately hinge on competing interpretations of a 40-year-old building record. The
housing department changed its rent-control determination at least twice before JKP threatened to sue the city
for wrongly subjecting it to price caps. The city settled before JKP sued, agreeing to forever exempt the building
from rent control.
Larry Gross, the executive director of the Coalition for
Economic
Survival,
who
[See Rent, C3]
TENANT Holly Morris is facing a 40% rent bump next month. ?It?s like you are
on a four-legged stool and someone took out a leg,? she says of the increase.
Toyota said Friday that it
is recalling 2.4 million hybrid
gas-electric cars, mostly
Prius models, around the
world to fix an electronic defect that causes the vehicles
to suddenly lose power and
could ?increase the risk of a
crash.?
The recall in the U.S. includes various Prius models
that were built from 2010 to
2014, the same cars that were
recalled earlier and fixed
with a software update that
lawsuits allege was not effective in preventing power
losses.
Hundreds of Prius owners have filed complaints
with dealers, the government and the news media.
The Times first disclosed
the problem in a series of stories earlier this year.
In a notice issued to U.S.
dealers on Friday, a copy of
which was obtained by The
Times, Toyota said the electronic defect could cause a
sudden loss of power that
would ?increase the risk of a
crash.? It was the first time
the company has acknowledged that the earlier recall
still left owners unsafe.
The Toyota recall affects
807,000 vehicles in the U.S.
and 1.25 million in Japan, including some models of the
Auris, a lesser-selling hybrid. Toyota announced the
recall in Tokyo, saying it had
received three reports in
Japan from owners about
the stalling.
Toyota said it is developing a remedy, which will be
another software update.
Toyota has been sued in
Southern California by a
dealer, Roger Hogan, and
faces a suit seeking class-action status. Those suits allege that the earlier recall
did not fix the defect. A trial
[See Prius, C6]
5G rollout off to bumpy start Voting as an act
2018 MIDTERM ELECTION
of opposition
FCC decision throws
L.A.?s agreement with
Verizon and similar
deals into question.
Though economy is
booming, many may
use ballot to express
their view of Trump.
By Sam Dean
Lampposts
around
downtown Los Angeles are
being wired with fiber optic
cable and shoebox-sized
gadgets to beam the fifth
and fastest generation of cellular data, known as 5G, into
homes and mobile devices.
This high-tech infrastructure build-out is the result of a deal between the
city and Verizon ? Los Angeles gave the wireless
carrier a break on the fees for
taking up space on streetlights in exchange for a package of amenities and services.
Such arrangements are
common nationwide, where
local governments have long
leveraged access to public
property and rights of way
as a bargaining chip to accomplish policy goals.
But late last month, the
Federal Communications
Commission took the unusual step of nationalizing
public infrastructure for 5G
installation, throwing L.A.?s
[See 5G service, C4]
By Margot Roosevelt
Mike Nelson EPA/Shutterstock
THE FCC recently established a maximum price that local officials can charge
telecoms for 5G installations. Above, a holographic video via Verizon?s 5G service.
The U.S. economy sure
seems to be booming. But as
a campaign issue, it can?t
compete
with
Donald
Trump.
Unemployment is at 3.7%
nationwide, a 49-year low,
according to Friday?s new
U.S. Department of Labor
report. And though wages
have stagnated, the number
of jobs created has grown for
more than eight years
straight following a brutal
recession.
California
employers
added 44,800 net jobs in August, and the unemployment rate held at a record
low of 4.2%.
But that may not give the
expected boost to Republicans going into November?s
midterm elections, according to political strategists
and pollsters in both parties.
Campaign messages trumpeting economic expansion
have largely been drowned
out by the noise surrounding
the president.
?The GDP could be growing at 4%,? said Charlie
Cook, publisher of Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan
handicapper?s guide to elections around the country. ?It
could be growing at 10% and
my wife and daughter would
still hate him.?
?People who are angry or
afraid are disproportionately more motivated to vote
than those who are happy,
satisfied and complacent,?
[See Midterm, C5]
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falls to 3.7%
It?s the lowest since
1969. Job growth drops
to 134,000, probably
because of Hurricane
Florence. C5
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surge in yields
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CBS hires grant-fund advisor
Network says it seeks
expertise in selecting
recipients of its
$20-million pledge.
By Meg James
When CBS announced
last month that longtime
Chief
Executive
Leslie
Moonves had stepped down
amid a sexual harassment
scandal, the company took
the additional step of pledging $20 million to groups
that advocate for workplace
equality and the #MeToo
cause.
CBS imposed a 30-day
deadline to allocate the $20
million to one or more organizations. With that deadline looming, CBS indicated
Friday that it needed more
time. It said it has hired a
communications firm, Rally,
to help sort through various
organizations that would
like some of the money. It
also set a new deadline to select the grant fund recipients: Dec. 14.
?Rally?s expertise will
help make sure we are being
as effective and impactful
with these funds as we can
be,? Joe Ianniello, CBS? president and acting CEO, said
in a statement. He also
teased ?a much larger
undertaking? by the company, to be announced later.
The Sept. 9 separation
agreement with Moonves
stipulated that the $20 million would come out of his
severance
package.
Moonves can ratify which organizations receive donations. Separately, the company agreed to transfer $120
million to a trust fund that
could be used for his severance, pending the outcome
of an investigation.
It is not clear whether
Moonves will receive any
severance money.
Online
bill of
rights is
pushed
California Rep. Ro
Khanna wants
consumers to have
control over data.
By Hamza Shaban
parent pricing.
?This is a wake-up call for
traditional mattress chains:
The 1960s model doesn?t
work anymore,? said Bob
Phibbs, chief executive of
New York-based consultancy the Retail Doctor.
?The traditional mattressbuying experience didn?t
make people feel like they
mattered. It made them feel
used.?
In short, he said, buying a
mattress often felt like buying a used car: Customers
weren?t sure how to compare
one model with another, and
the barrage of promotions
and discounts made them
feel insecure about whether
they were actually getting a
good deal.
?The reality is that mattress companies have been
ripe for disruption,? Phibbs
said.
Mattress Firm?s bankruptcy filing came just days
after
Amazon.com
announced it was getting into
the online bed-in-a-box
business, popularized in recent years by the likes of
Casper, Tuft & Needle and
Leesa. Walmart launched its
own online premium mattress brand, Allswell, this
year.
The basic premise of each
brand is the same: Buy a
mattress online and try it at
home. If you don?t like it, you
get a full refund.
Mattress Firm has had
other woes, too: Last year it
lost an important contract
with Tempur Sealy International, and its parent company, Steinhoff International Holdings, has been
mired in an accounting
scandal.
?Between declining sales
and over-expansion, it?s
been a downhill battle for
Mattress Firm,? said Stephanie Lieb, a bankruptcy attorney with Tampa, Fla.based Trenam Law.
?If consumers are going
to a brick-and-mortar location, it?s because they want
better service, not just a
mattress.?
By July of 2019, Rep. Ro
Khanna (D-Fremont) aims
to see the House of Representatives pass landmark
legislation shielding consumers from the onslaught
of data breaches and the
anxiety and confusion over
the misuse of their personal
information on the web.
To nudge such legislation
along, Khanna unveiled a
list of 10 principles amounting to a draft Internet Bill of
Rights that he hopes will inform sweeping data privacy
laws to protect American
citizens in the digital age.
?There?s great concern
that Americans have about
the protection of their privacy online and about their
security online,? Khanna
said in an interview Friday.
This list contains principles that many lawmakers
and consumer advocates
have clamored for, including
network neutrality, transparency into data-collection
practices and notification if
a company holding personal
data suffers a hack.
Previous congressional
efforts to pass data protection laws have failed to advance, even in the wake of
the massive Equifax breach
disclosed last year and Facebook?s Cambridge Analytica
scandal that broke in March.
But even Republican officials have suggested the momentum has shifted.
?The question is no longer whether we need a national law to protect consumers? privacy,? Senate
Commerce
Committee
Chairman John Thune
(R-S.D.) said in an op-ed last
month.
The European Union?s
General Data Protection
Regulation has swayed industry players to work on
uniform rules ? as has the
recent passage of California?s robust privacy law. And
the prospect rises of other
states passing similar restrictions on data-harvesting practices.
Khanna?s draft bill of
rights states:
Consumers should have
the right:
1. to have access to and
knowledge of all collection
and uses of personal data by
companies;
2. to opt-in consent to the
collection of personal data
by any party and to the sharing of personal data with a
third party;
3. where context appropriate and with a fair process, to obtain, correct or delete personal data controlled by any company and
to have those requests honored by third parties;
4. to have personal data
secured and to be notified in
a timely manner when a security breach or unauthorized access of personal data
is discovered;
5. to move all personal
data from one network to
the next;
6. to access and use the
internet without internet
service providers blocking,
throttling, engaging in paid
prioritization or otherwise
unfairly favoring content,
applications, services or devices;
7. to internet service without the collection of data
that is unnecessary for providing the requested service
absent opt-in consent;
8. to have access to multiple viable, affordable internet platforms, services and
providers with clear and
transparent pricing;
9. not to be unfairly discriminated against or exploited based on your personal data; and
10. to have an entity that
collects your personal data
have reasonable business
practices and accountability
to protect your privacy.
Bhattarai writes for the
Washington Post.
Shaban writes for the
Washington Post.
Larry Busacca Getty Images for NARAS
CBS had pledged to contribute money to groups that advocate for workplace equality in the wake of allegations
against former Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, shown in 2013. It has a new deadline, Dec. 14, for its selections.
At least 12 women have
accused Moonves of sexual
misconduct, including kissing them forcibly. A former
Lorimar Productions television executive, Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, said Moonves
assaulted
her
in
the
mid-1980s and she reported
the incident to police in November at the height of the
#MeToo
movement.
Moonves and several CBS
board members became
aware of her allegation this
year.
Investigators also are
looking into how Moonves
and CBS board members
dealt with the harassment
claims when information
about Golden-Gottlieb?s allegations reached the broadcasting company.
Articles published by the
New Yorker magazine in July
and September brought the
allegations of misconduct to
light. Most of the alleged incidents were said to have occurred decades ago, before
Moonves was a ranking executive at the legendary
broadcasting company.
Moonves denies assaulting anyone and has said that
he never used his position of
power to harm any of the
women?s careers.
In early August, the CBS
board of directors hired two
high-profile lawyers in New
York ? Mary Jo White from
law firm Debevoise & Plimpton and Nancy Kestenbaum
of Covington & Burling ? to
investigate the claims. The
two firms also are scrutinizing CBS? workplace culture
and allegations of boorish
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including the actions of a former ?60 Minutes? executive
producer.
Late last week, CBS
disclosed in a regulatory filing that it had received subpoenas as part of a New York
district attorney?s office investigation into the allegations that Moonves had
acted inappropriately. The
New York City Commission
on Human Rights and the
New York attorney general
have also requested information from CBS.
?This is a critical time in
our country and in all industries and we are glad to see
that preventing sexual assault and increasing equity
in the workplace are becoming national priorities,? said
one of Rally?s leaders, Lara
Bergthold. ?This is a difficult
and important conversation, not just in the industry
but in the country, and we
are pleased to be supporting
CBS in taking this critical
step.?
Rally describes itself as
an ?issue-driven? communications firm. It has worked
with such organizations as
Time?s Up, the ACLU, Facebook and the California Endowment.
Groups that work to prevent sexual harassment in
the workplace can receive
more information about
how to apply for some of the
funds
by
emailing
cbsfund@wearerally.com.
meg.james
@latimes.com
Twitter: @MegJamesLAT
Mattress Firm
files for Ch. 11
National chain will
close as many as 700
stores by year?s end as
buyers migrate online.
By Abha Bhattarai
Mattress Firm, the country?s largest mattress chain,
filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday,
becoming the latest retail
chain to be brought low by
online competition.
The Houston company,
which has 3,400 locations
nationwide, plans to close
200 stores in the coming
days and as many as 700 by
year?s end, according to its
bankruptcy filing.
The company said that it
does not anticipate delayed
deliveries and will keep paying its suppliers in full.
?Leading up to the holiday shopping season, we will
exit up to 700 stores in certain markets where we have
too many locations in close
proximity to each other,?
Steve Stagner, chief executive of Mattress Firm, said in
a statement.
He added that the company would use the money it
saved from store closings to
?improve our product offering, provide greater value to
our customers and strategically expand in existing
markets where we see the
greatest opportunities to
serve our customers.?
Mattress Firm is the latest in a string of national retailers, including Brookstone and Nine West, to file
for bankruptcy as shoppers
flock online.
Founded in 1986, the company has long been a stronghold in the mattress industry. In 2015, it bought rival
Sleepy?s for $780 million and
announced plans to expand
throughout the Northeast
and mid-Atlantic regions.
But analysts say the company had too many locations
? and did too little to keep
up with the crush of online
competitors that are winning over shoppers with convenience and more trans-
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Tesla touts safety data
By Russ Mitchell
As attention this week
kept swirling around Tesla
Inc. Chief Executive Elon
Musk?s tweets and their fallout, the electric-car maker
unveiled information on another topic: its vehicles? safety.
In its first quarterly
report on the issue, Tesla
said that last quarter it recorded one crash or near
miss for every 1.92 million
miles driven in its vehicles,
and an even lower rate ? one
per 3.34 million miles ?
when its semiautonomous
Autopilot feature was engaged. Both rates are vastly
better than the most recent
National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration data
showing one auto crash for
every 492,000 miles driven in
the United States overall,
the company implied.
Statisticians have said
Tesla?s evaluation of its data
is flawed. The automaker
compares its own cars and
their drivers with all cars
and drivers on U.S. highways, and the two groups are
not directly comparable.
The Tesla sample size is
small: The Palo Alto company has sold well under half
a million vehicles worldwide.
Meanwhile, U.S. roads have
271 million passenger vehicles in total. Autopilot is recommended for use mainly
on limited-access highways,
but the total accident figures cover all roads and conditions. Tesla drivers have
higher incomes than average and have much newer
cars than average, which
could skew results.
Nidhi Kalra, who has a
doctorate in robotics from
Carnegie Mellon University,
researched the subject for
Rand Corp. before taking a
job as senior technology policy advisor with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).
Kalra told The Times this
year
that,
statistically,
?when it comes to injuries
and fatalities, we won?t be
able to know [the answers]
until we?ve had hundreds of
millions or billions of miles?
bloomberg
Associated Press
THIS TESLA MODEL S sedan, using Autopilot, struck a stopped firetruck in
South Jordan, Utah, in May, leaving the driver with a broken ankle.
of driving history.
Driverless-car laws must
be established in the face of
uncertainty, Kalra said.
Banning the cars until the
answer is clear would mean
never deploying them, even
though they may prove to be
far safer than human drivers. But she emphasized
that statistics about safety
should be used honestly and
accurately to reach the best
policy decisions.
Musk has grown agitated
over news coverage of
crashes of Tesla cars using
Autopilot. The feature does
not render the vehicles autonomous; rather, human
drivers are supposed to keep
their hands on the wheel and
eyes on the road, ready to
steer or brake.
After a Tesla Model S
sedan in Autopilot mode hit
a stopped firetruck this
spring in Utah and the car?s
driver suffered a broken ankle, Musk tweeted that: ?It?s
super messed up that a
Tesla crash resulting in a
broken ankle is front page
news and the [approximately] 40,000 people who
died in US auto accidents
alone in past year get almost
no coverage.?
The sedan speeded up in
the seconds before smashing into the firetruck, and
the driver hit the brakes a
fraction of a second before
impact, according to a police
report.
On two occasions ? one
in 2016 and one in March ?
Tesla vehicles in Autopilot
mode had crashes that left
their drivers dead.
In May, a pair of consumer advocacy groups
asked federal regulators to
investigate Tesla?s promotional claims about Autopilot?s safety and capability.
The Center for Auto Safety
and Consumer Watchdog
accused the company of misleading people into thinking
they could rely on the car to
drive itself.
Early
Friday,
Tesla
tapped the brakes on the autonomous features of its latest software update, Version
9. Those features are intended to let autonomous
technology take over a vehicle to pass cars on highways
and to handle highway entrances and exits.
Musk said in a nearly 1
a.m. tweet that the software
update is being released
widely now, but that the
newest Autopilot functions
will undergo a few more
weeks of testing.
?Extremely difficult to
achieve a general solution
for self-driving that works
well everywhere,? Musk
tweeted.
Shares of Tesla Inc. slid
7.1% to $261.95 on Friday. The
stock soared Monday on the
news that Musk and the Securities and Exchange Commission had agreed to settle
a fraud suit in a way that allowed Musk to keep his CEO
role, then slid in the following days. The shares fell 1.1%
for the week.
Musk fired off more than
a dozen tweets targeting the
SEC and short sellers
Thursday. He mocked the
regulator, referring to it as
the ?Shortseller Enrichment
Commission? and sarcastically quipping that it was
?doing incredible work.?
The tweets could imperil
the settlement deal Musk
and the SEC struck last
week, which isn?t final. The
deal ? which would settle allegations stemming from
Musk?s August tweets about
his plan to take Tesla private
? bars Musk from serving as
Tesla chairman for three
years. As part of the deal, the
company also has to implement procedures and controls to oversee Musk?s communications, including his
social media missives.
The settlement is subject
to the approval of District
Judge Alison Nathan in New
York.
russ.mitchell@latimes.com
The Associated Press and
Bloomberg were used in
compiling this report.
Rare L.A. rent control reversal
[Rent, from C1]
pushed for rent control?s
passage in 1978, said this is
the first time he?s seen a
building removed from the
ordinance because the landlord disputed its age. He said
the loss of protections is concerning because the city is
already losing 5 1?2 rent-controlled units a day to demolitions and condo conversions.
The decision had somewhat predictable results. An
attorney for the owners said
that with new, higher rents it
is feasible to make improvements to the aging property.
Greg Kirakosian, an attorney for JKP Apartments
? who is related to the owners through marriage ? said
his family isn?t a greedy landlord. He said most tenants
haven?t complained over the
increases, which have made
various improvements possible, including parking lot
repairs, new security cameras and landscaping.
The owners also plan to
power wash and repaint the
building and begin an earthquake retrofit, Kirakosian
said.
?It?s not like we are pocketing the cash,? he said. ?We
are using a large percentage
of that money and putting
that back into the building
for the tenants.?
Morris said most residents are too afraid of retaliation to complain, particularly because strong eviction
protections no longer exist.
She and others said they
don?t notice much improvement to the property, nor is
the landlord quicker to respond to repair requests.
In August, several tenants sued JKP Apartments
and the city to regain protections and reverse the sharp
increases.
?With the housing crisis
going on wouldn?t they bother to put up a fight?? said
Morris, who helped organize
tenants.
The Housing and Community Investment Department declined to comment.
City attorney spokesman
Rob Wilcox, citing attorneyclient privilege, declined to
say why the city settled but
said in an email, ?there were
factors leading the city to
deem the settlement the
best course of action.?
Among the worried tenants is Laher Pour, an 85-
Saudi prince
vows Aramco
IPO by 2021
Brian van der Brug Los Angeles Times
OWNERS of the Tarzana building say they are using
much of the money from higher rents on upgrades.
year-old who lives on a fixed
monthly budget of only $927,
according to the complaint.
In July, her rent jumped 42%,
from $592 to $838. When she
found out, she cried ?uncontrollably? and worried she
would become homeless, the
lawsuit says.
Her brother, Bijan Fereybouny, said he is helping his
sister, who hardly speaks
English, navigate the increase. That includes helping her pay the rent. He?s not
sure how long he can continue.
Kirakosian said units are
still priced below what many
nearby landlords charge,
particularly Pour?s one-bedroom.
?If we looked at this only
in financial gains, we would
have raised the rents all the
way to fair market value and
she would have had to vacate,? Kirakosian said. ?We
care for these tenants and
try to be respectful of their
needs.?
At the heart of the controversy is whether the
building is old enough to
qualify for rent protections.
November?s Proposition
10 would repeal the state?s
Costa-Hawkins Act, which
restricts the age at which
municipalities can extend
rent control to buildings.
Generally, owners of Los Angeles apartment buildings
built on or before Oct. 1, 1978,
can charge whatever rent
they want for vacant units.
But once a tenant moves in,
they face limits on rent increases, usually capped at
3% a year.
Owners of buildings built
after Oct. 1, 1978, generally
face no restrictions on increases. The cutoff date exists to encourage construction and avoid exacerbating
the housing crisis.
It?s unclear exactly why
the city previously believed
the building should be under
rent control. But the determination is usually made by
the date on which a certificate of occupancy or temporary certificate of occupancy
was issued. Those documents mean the city has allowed residents to move in.
Los Angeles issued a certificate of occupancy to the
then-owners of the Reseda
Boulevard building on Oct.
16, 1978. Years later, the current owners discovered the
document and in May 2016
sought to have the housing
department remove rent restrictions, Jerie Petrosian,
one of the owners, wrote in a
sworn declaration.
The department initially
agreed. But the department
reversed itself after Gross
reached out on behalf of
Morris, who said she found a
document on microfiche
dated Feb. 16, 1978. She said
Building and Safety workers
told her it was a temporary
certificate of occupancy.The
city reversed itself in July
2016 and told the owners the
building was rent controlled,
citing the same reason.
The owners said they
pulled records after the
city?s reversal but could only
find a ?Request for Modification of Building Ordinances?
dated Feb. 16, 1978. Petrosian?s declaration said
Building and Safety employ-
ees confirmed the document
? the same one Morris
found ? was not a temporary certificate of occupancy. The owners threatened to sue.
The city responded that
it made another mistake
and reversed course yet
again, removing the property from rent control before it
settled the owners? claims
for wrongly subjecting the
building to price caps for
decades, according to the
declaration.
Tenants lost a motion for
a temporary restraining order to reverse the increases,
but are still trying to overturn the city?s decision in
court. They cite a clause in
the settlement where the
city maintains that ?evidence supports the contention? the property was issued a temporary certificate
of occupancy on Feb. 16, 1978,
and thus is subject to rent
control.
To further the argument,
tenant attorney Noah Grynberg noted the document
under question says ?temporary certificate of occupancy? under the ?request?
section and a box that indicates
the
department
granted it is checked.
Morris believes if there
was a basis for keeping the
building out of rent control,
the original owners would
have fought hard to exempt
it 40 years ago. And Grynberg said other records show
the building is old enough to
be under rent control.
Kirakosian disputed that
and called the settlement
language standard. City attorney spokesman Wilcox
declined to comment on the
rent control status but said
that ?all parties will be meeting in the near future to explore potential resolution of
the case.?
For now, Morris, a parttime bookkeeper, is looking
for full-time work to more
easily afford her rent increase of nearly $350 a
month. She can make the increase work for now, but she
worries future jumps may
force her from her home.
?It?s like you are on a fourlegged stool and someone
took out a leg,? she said.
?You lost your stability.?
andrew.khouri
@latimes.com
Twitter: @khouriandrew
Saudi Arabia?s crown prince is insisting the stalled
plan to sell shares in oil giant Aramco will go ahead, promising an initial public offering by 2021 and sticking to his
ambitious view that the state-run company is worth
$2 trillion or more.
The comments show 33-year-old Prince Mohammed
bin Salman?s determination to press ahead with the IPO
even after Riyadh?s original timetable was undone by
skepticism over the company?s valuation and a plan for
Aramco to buy a controlling stake in the country?s biggest
chemical producer.
?I believe late 2020, early 2021,? he said, discussing the
timing of the IPO in an interview at the royal palace in
Riyadh. ?The investor will decide the price on the day. I
believe it will be above $2 trillion. Because it will be huge.?
The IPO project was first announced in 2016 as the
cornerstone of the prince?s Vision 2030 plan to modernize
the Saudi economy. Officials repeatedly said the deal was
?on track, on time? for the second half of 2018, but this year
they said it would be delayed into 2019. Soon after, Aramco
put the IPO on hold and instead started talks to buy a majority stake in petrochemical giant Sabic, a deal potentially worth $70 billion.
Speaking late Wednesday, surrounded by a handful of
advisors, Mohammed said the IPO was ?100%? in the nation?s interest.
Mohammed said the IPO?s delay had its origin in
mid-2017, when it became clear that Aramco needed a
push into petrochemicals. He said it would have been unfair to go ahead with the listing only to surprise investors
soon after with a big deal in chemicals.
The Aramco IPO would be a seismic event for financial
markets. Mohammed said he hoped to raise a record $100
billion by selling a 5% stake, dwarfing the previous record,
set in 2014, when Chinese retailer Alibaba Group Holding
Ltd. raised $25 billion.
For Wall Street, it would be a money-maker, with
banks such as JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc.
already working for Aramco. Yet, in a world moving away
from oil, the IPO would be a test of the appetite of global
investors for fossil fuels.
U.S. trade deficit
expands in August
associated press
Record imports drove the U.S. trade deficit up for the
third straight month in August. The deficit in the trade of
goods with China and Mexico hit records.
The Commerce Department said Friday that the
trade gap ? the difference between what the United
States sells and what it buys abroad ? rose to $53.2 billion
in August from $50 billion in July. The August reading was
the highest since February.
Imports rose 0.6% to a record $262.7 billion on higher
shipments of cellphones and autos; exports slid 0.8% to
$209.4 billion.
The United States ran a $76.7-billion deficit in the trade
of goods such as machinery and cars. That gap was partially offset by a $23.5-billion surplus in the trade of services such as banking and tourism.
President Trump campaigned on a pledge to bring
down U.S. trade deficits and has slapped taxes on imported steel and aluminum and on many Chinese products,
drawing retaliatory tariffs from U.S. trading partners.
Trump?s sanctions have yet to shrink the deficit, which
is up 8.6% this year to $391.1 billion. The goods deficit with
China rose 4.7% in August to a record $38.6 billion. The
gap with Mexico widened 56.9% to $8.7 billion, also a
record.
Trump sees the lopsided trade numbers as a sign of
U.S. economic weakness and as the result of bad trade
deals and abusive practices by U.S. trading partners, especially China.
In addition to imposing import taxes, he has pulled
out of an Asia-Pacific trade deal negotiated by the Obama
administration and forced a rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.
Mainstream economists view trade deficits as the result of an economic reality unlikely to bend to changes in
trade policy: Americans spend more than they produce,
and imports fill the gap.
The strong U.S. economy also encourages Americans
to buy more foreign products.
Is bitcoin fading
or just maturing?
By Vildana Hajric
Is this the start of a new phase for bitcoin or the beginning of the end for the biggest cryptocurrency?
That seems to be the question being pondered by both
proponents and skeptics with volatility lingering at the
lowest level since before the epic surge and collapse of the
peer-to-peer electronic alternative to cash.
Those looking for some guidance from historical pricing patterns are out of luck. Neither a strong positive nor a
negative divergence has formed over the last month, technical analysis measures show.
?This could be a signal that the cryptocurrency market is maturing,? said Nigel Green, founder of DeVere
Group, a financial advisory organization.
Bitcoin is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month.
But it took years for the cryptocurrency to gain steam as
investors considered the potentials ? and legalities ? of
its payment network.
?This is a maturing market, so volatility should continue to decline,? said Mike McGlone, Bloomberg Intelligence commodity strategist. ?When you have a new market, it will be highly volatile until it establishes itself.?
That sentiment rang true for David Tawil, president of
ProChain Capital, a crypto-focused fund. Lower volatility
makes sense as bitcoin?s illiquidity means there?s a lack of
momentum. ?The buying community are folks that are invested on a long basis for a long period of time,? he said.
Bitcoin?s potential to replace fiat currencies as a way of
doing business brought about a wave of excitement in 2013
and 2014, leading to a rally in its price that hit $19,511 in midDecember. But regulators have cracked down on cryptocurrencies, rejecting recent proposals to list exchangetraded funds backed by bitcoin.
Hajric writes for Bloomberg.
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LAT IMES. C OM/ B USINESS
MARKET ROUNDUP
Stocks sink
again as job
growth lifts
bond yields
than six months. The Russell index finished at its lowest level since late May.
The yield on the 10-year
Treasury note jumped Friday to 3.23%, its highest
since May 2011, from 3.19%.
?It?s so unusual to see
these kinds of dramatic
moves in the U.S. Treasury
market without there being
some kind of Big Bang
event,? Nixon said. ?We
haven?t seen anything like it
since the [2016 presidential]
election.?
Tech firms and retailers,
which have been the biggest
gainers on the S&P this year,
took steep losses this week.
Banks and industrial and
energy firms, which have
struggled for most of 2018,
finished with strong gains.
Among tech firms, chipmaker Nvidia slid 3.4% to
$269.86 and Apple fell 1.6% to
$224.29. Among internet and
communications firms, Netflix slumped 3.4% to $351.35.
Amazon fell 1% to $1,889.65.
Several major banks will
post their third-quarter results late next week as the
next round of company
earnings reports begins.
Tesla stock dropped 7.1%
to $261.95 to end a particularly wild week for the electric-car maker.
Costco slid 5.6% to $218.82
after the wholesale club operator said it discovered
technology problems related to its financial reporting processes. Costco said it
hasn?t found any mistakes in
its earnings reports so far.
Benchmark U.S. crude
was little changed at $74.34 a
barrel. Brent crude fell 0.5%
to $84.16 a barrel. Wholesale
gasoline fell 0.7% to $2.09 a
gallon. Heating oil fell 0.3%
to $2.39 a gallon. Natural gas
fell 0.7% to $3.14 per 1,000 cubic feet.
Gold rose 0.3% to
$1,205.60 an ounce. Silver
rose 0.4% to $14.65 an ounce.
Copper fell 0.5% to $2.76 a
pound.
The dollar slipped to
113.73 yen from 113.86 yen. The
euro rose to $1.1525 from
$1.1515.
associated press
U.S. stock and bond
prices fell again Friday after
the Labor Department said
the economy continues to
add jobs at a strong pace and
investors worried about a
three-day surge in yields.
The Department of Labor said employers added
significantly more jobs in
July and August than it previously thought, which
made up for a slightly disappointing gain in September.
That was another sign economic growth is likely to continue.
That?s usually good news
for stocks, but this week the
market stumbled as investors sold government
bonds at a rapid pace. That
pushed yields to their highest levels in more than seven
years, a sign that investors
are unsure how high and fast
interest rates will rise.
Kate Nixon, the chief investment strategist for
Northern Trust Wealth
Management, said the decline in stock and bond
prices started with comments by Federal Reserve
Chairman Jerome Powell on
Wednesday.
Powell
expressed confidence in the
economy and said rising interest rates are a ?long way?
from holding back growth.
Nixon said that means the
Fed is intent on raising rates
further, and investors aren?t
sure when it intends to stop.
The Standard & Poor?s
500 index fell 16.04 points on
Friday, or 0.6%, to 2,885.57.
The Dow Jones industrial
average fell 180.43 points, or
0.7%, to 26,447.05.
Technology and internet
firms and smaller, more
U.S.-focused
companies
continued to suffer steep
losses. The Nasdaq composite skidded 91.06 points, or
1.2%, to 7,788.45. The Russell
2000 index slid 14.80 points,
or 0.9%, to 1,632.11.
The Nasdaq dropped
3.2% this week and the Russell tumbled 3.8%, their biggest weekly losses in more
Dow: six months
Friday: 26,447.05
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Photographs provided by Verizon
THE FCC established a ?shot clock? mandating that permits for small cell infrastructure be processed within
60 to 90 days, depending on the type of installation. Above, Verizon technicians test 5G service in Houston.
5G rollout?s bumpy start
[5G service, from C1]
deal with Verizon and agreements between other cities
and carriers into question in
the process.
The FCC established a
maximum price that local
governments can charge
telecom companies for small
cell installations on public
poles and in city streets:
$270. The agency also established what it called a ?shot
clock? mandating that permits for small cell infrastructure be processed within 60
to 90 days, depending on the
type of installation. If the
permits take longer, the telecom companies can take cities to court.
Cities charging more
than the maximum rate of
$270 are open to litigation,
and according to the ruling
will have to prove that the
higher fee is a reasonable approximation of costs.
?There has never been a
federal decision to priceregulate the way local governments provide access to
their own property,? said
Blair Levin, a fellow at the
Brookings Institution who
served as chief of staff to the
Clinton-era chairman of the
FCC. ?That?s an extreme
step.?
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai
said the ruling will hasten
the rollout of the new technology, which debuted in the
homes of some Verizon customers in Los Angeles this
week. ?Big-city taxes on 5G
slow down deployment
there and also jeopardize
the construction of 5G networks in suburbs and rural
America,? he wrote in a
statement accompanying
the ruling.
Local
governments
across the country, however,
say the rules are too friendly
to the telecom industry.
The United States Conference of Mayors called the
ruling ?an unprecedented
federal intrusion into local
(and state) government
property rights that will
have substantial and continuing adverse impacts on
cities and their taxpayers,
including reduced funding
for essential local government services, and needlessly introduce increased
risk of right of way and other
public safety hazards.?
On Tuesday, Seattle announced plans to appeal the
CITY governments across the country say the FCC?s
rules on 5G installation are too industry-friendly.
decision in federal court.
?This is more than just an
unfunded mandate, requiring us to do something without paying for the cost,? said
Seattle City Atty. Pete
Holmes. ?This is more like a
taking, frankly, without due
process and without compensation. Cities have property rights, and that has
really just been thrown out
with this ruling.?
He called the deal ?a gift
to the industry? that will
?deny us a return on our assets that we enjoy today.?
Fees and processes vary
widely from place to place,
and are often used to fund
other city services. Holmes
said that companies in Seattle can pay up to $1,800 per
pole as an annual fee; prices
go up to $5,100 for prime
Manhattan locations and
down to $148 in neighborhoods where the city wants
to incentivize more deployment,
according
to
Bloomberg.
In Los Angeles, the city
said that the break-even
point for small cell facilities
is $800 per installation. But
in exchange for amenities
such as free Wi-Fi in Skid
Row and at recreation centers, $400,000 of scholarship
money, and launching an innovation center in the city,
L.A. is charging Verizon just
$175 per device per year for 10
years for up to 1,000 installations, plus the cost of electricity.
Jeanne Holm, L.A.?s deputy chief information officer,
said the city cut a good deal:
?Verizon brought a bunch of
stuff to the table which, in
my opinion, is well worth
that offset, and our financial
analysts have also agreed.?
The details of the city?s
deal with Verizon are currently in front of the City
Council for approval, as are
preliminary plans for a
mobile 5G deal with AT&T.
Although the city?s fee for
Verizon is below the maximum set by the FCC, the
new rules could give the
carrier a chance to renegotiate on terms it considers
more favorable.
Jonathan
LeCompte,
president of Verizon?s Pacific market, said he couldn?t
speak on the specifics of the
Los Angeles deal without
the financials in front of him,
but said ?if it?s a little bigger
delta between the numbers,
there might be a different
plan of attack.?
In a letter to the FCC,
Mayor Eric Garcetti urged
the commission to rewrite
the ruling before its adoption, arguing that the decision would ?insert confusion
into the market, and sow
mistrust between my technology team and the carriers
with whom we have already
reached agreements.?
The L.A. city attorney?s
office did not respond to requests for comment.
Small cell 5G technology
relies on higher-frequency
radio waves than current
wireless services to deliver
faster speeds ? but at shorter ranges. Those higher-frequency signals, which measure in millimeters, can be
obstructed by objects of a
similar size, such as leaves
and raindrops.
Twenty U.S. states have
enacted legislation that
streamlines regulation on
5G small cell installation,
and a California bill that
would have reduced local
power to block new installations was vetoed by Gov.
Jerry Brown late last year.
The FCC says the new
rule will save money for telecommunications
companies, which will redirect
those funds to deploy 5G
service to less-connected rural areas.
Industry experts dispute
this hypothesis ? and leading telecoms say rural areas
are not their first priority for
5G service.
?No one believes that?s
going to happen,? said Levin,
the former FCC official. ?Inside the Beltway, they say if
they save them a buck in
New York they?ll go deploy in
Montana. That?s not just
dumb, that?s a special kind
of stupid.?
The FCC did not respond
to a Times request for comment.
Scott Mair, AT&T?s president of operations, said
?small cell technology will
start initially for mobile networks in dense urban areas
and suburban areas.?
?Rural America will have
5G over time,? he said.
LeCompte, of Verizon,
said that rural markets are
not a part of the company?s
initial rollout plan but added
that ?obviously, we need to
care for those.?
LeCompte praised the
permitting process in Los
Angeles and Sacramento
but said ?in general the permitting process and the flow
of paperwork is a long pole in
the tent on deploying 5G.?
The deal between Verizon and Los Angeles has allowed the city to focus on infrastructure in underserved
neighborhoods with low
broadband access.
?For the initial rollout, we
agreed that the downtown
area made a lot of sense ?
partly because we knew the
convention center would be
an early hub, and wanted to
reach out to areas like PicoUnion and others that are
underserved around USC,?
Holm said.
She estimated that it
would take 8,000 to 10,000
small cells to fully cover the
city.
sam.dean@latimes.com
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ago
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ago
Wells opens line of credit for Ruger
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0.66
0.64
0.54
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1.11
1.12
1.06
0.92
2 Year CD
1.35
1.37
1.30
1.06
Facing criticism over
its ties to gun makers,
bank doubles down
on firearm industry.
30 Year Fixed
4.78
4.57
4.46
4.29
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Wells Fargo & Co. is doubling down on the gun industry, undaunted by criticism
of its deep ties to firearm
companies and the National
Rifle Assn.
The San Francisco bank
issued a $40-million line of
credit last week to gun manufacturer Sturm, Ruger &
Co., according to financial
filings.
That?s on top of the
$431 million in debt that
Wells Fargo has arranged for
gun makers since December
2012, when the Sandy Hook
school shooting escalated
the gun control debate.
No other bank lent more
to the industry over that
time, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
The new debt, issued to
one of the world?s largest
publicly traded gun makers,
came as a big surprise to at
least one group: nuns who
had been talking to Wells
Fargo about corporateresponsibility issues. On
Sept. 26, the day before the
debt agreement was issued,
they met with the bank?s
business-standards employees in New York.
?This is shocking news
because we are in sustained
dialogue with Wells Fargo,?
said Nora Nash, a sister at
St. Francis of Philadelphia
who was at the meeting as a
member of the Interfaith
Center on Corporate Responsibility. ?This new business
relationship
with
Sturm Ruger is in direct conflict with ethics, culture and
respect for human rights
throughout the company.?
Unlike Wells Fargo, a
number of big banks, including Bank of America Corp.,
Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co., said they
would reduce ties to gun
makers after the February
mass shooting at a high
school in Parkland, Fla., that
left 17 dead. Wells Fargo also
has a long relationship with
the NRA, offering credit and
operating its primary bank
accounts.
Wells Fargo said it continues to work with the Interfaith Center on business
standards.
?Wells
Fargo
wants
schools and communities to
be safe from gun violence,
but changes to laws and
regulations should be determined through a legislative
process that gives the
American public an opportunity to participate and not
be arbitrarily set by a bank,?
the bank said in a statement.
Bank of America had extended credit to Ruger until
June, when the line expired.
After the Parkland shooting,
it had specifically said it
would stop lending to companies that make assaultstyle rifles ? which the company does.
The Charlotte, N.C., bank
said it doesn?t comment on
client matters. A representative for Ruger did not
respond to requests for
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Jobless rate falls to 3.7%
It?s the lowest since
1969. Job growth drops
to 134,000, possibly
because of hurricane.
By Christopher
Rugaber and
Shobhana Chandra
U.S. employers added
just 134,000 jobs in September, the fewest in a year,
though the figure probably
was lowered by Hurricane
Florence, the Labor Department
reported
Friday.
Meanwhile, the unemployment rate fell to 3.7%, the
lowest level since 1969.
Florence struck North
and South Carolina in midSeptember and closed thousands of businesses. A category that includes restaurants, hotels and casinos
lost jobs for the first time
since last September, when
Hurricane Harvey had a
similar effect.
Even with unemployment now at a historic low,
average hourly pay in September increased just 2.8%
from a year earlier, one tick
below the year-over-year
gain in August.
September extended the
longest streak of hiring on
record, with millions of
Americans having gone
back to work since the Great
Recession. Healthy consumer and business spending has been fueling brisk
economic growth and emboldening employers to continue hiring. The September
gain extended an 8╫-year
streak of monthly job
growth.
After the report was released, Treasury yields rose
to seven-year highs amid
speculation the figures will
clear the path for higher interest rates.
?The markets could give
this a little bit of a pass
?cause it?s not clear what impact the hurricane had at
the moment. I would view
this as a full-employment
jobs report,? said Alan
Krueger, a Princeton University economics professor
who was head of the White
House Council of Economic
Lynne Sladky Associated Press
CHAD BEUTLER , First Data staffing analyst, right,
talks with applicants at a job fair in Florida in June.
U.S. employment
Monthly net job gains
400,000
September
2018:
134,000
300
200
100
0
SOND J FMAM J J A S
2017
2018
Monthly unemployment rate
4.5%
September 2017:
4.2%
4.0
September 2018:
3.7%
3.5
SOND J FMAM J J A S
2017
2018
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Los Angeles Times
Advisors under President
Obama.
?It?s going to reinforce the
Fed?s path for raising rates,?
he said.
Revisions added a total of
87,000 jobs to payrolls in the
previous two months, according to the figures, resulting in a three-month average of 190,000. Hiring data
may show storm-related
swings for October too,
economists said.
Details across industries
showed that construction
payrolls grew by 23,000 jobs
and
manufacturing
increased by 18,000. That?s
consistent with other reports showing strength in
such activity.
Service providers increased payrolls by 75,000
workers, the lowest in a year,
and retail showed a 20,000job decline.
The Labor Department
said 299,000 people weren?t
at work bcause of bad
weather,
reflecting
the
storm?s effect.
That compares with
23,000 in August, though the
September 2017 count of 1.47
million ? after hurricanes
Harvey and Irma ? was the
highest since 1996.
Private employment rose
by 121,000, falling short of a
median estimate of 180,000.
Overall government payrolls
increased by 13,000.
Average hourly earnings
rose 0.3% from the prior
month, matching estimates,
after a downwardly revised
0.3% gain the month before,
the report showed. The yearover-year rise of 2.8% fol-
lowed a 2.9% gain in August.
Economists had penciled in
some cooling in the yearover-year results, as a strong
number for September 2017
wages presented a difficult
comparison.
A separate measure, average hourly earnings for
production and non-supervisory workers, increased
2.7% from a year earlier, after
a 2.9% gain in August.
The average workweek
for all private employees was
unchanged at 34.5 hours. A
shorter workweek has the effect of boosting average
hourly pay.
Through most of the current expansion, wages have
grown at a lackluster pace
while other measures shown
more progress, such as declines in the unemployment
rate. Some companies are
starting to boost wages to
attract or retain workers;
Amazon.com Inc. is among
the latest to pledge raises.
The latest drop in the jobless rate puts it further below Fed estimates of levels
sustainable in the long run.
At the same time, some
measures showed that the
labor market may still have
room for further improvement.
The U-6, or underemployment rate, rose to 7.5%
from 7.4%. That gauge includes part-time workers
who would prefer a full-time
position and people who
want a job but aren?t actively
looking for one.
The participation rate, or
share of working-age people
in the labor force, was unchanged at 62.7%.
The
employment-topopulation ratio, another
broad measure of labormarket health that central
bankers like to watch, rose to
60.4% from 60.3%.
Though better prospects
for employment are helping
to draw in people from the
sidelines of the job market,
boosting the participation
rate, economists anticipate
that retiring workers will put
downward pressure on participation in the coming
years.
Rugaber writes for the
Associated Press. Chandra
writes for Bloomberg.
Views on Trump
may spur voters
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he added.
A recent USC DornsifeLos Angeles Times poll of
5,045 Americans ? including 2,513 likely voters ?
found that 1 in 5 likely voters,
both Democrats and Republicans, still list the economy as a top issue.
Asked to pick from a list
the issue they considered
most important, Democratic voters put healthcare
at the top, followed by the
economy and jobs. Republican voters put the economy
and jobs at the top, followed
by taxes and spending, and
illegal immigration.
But the poll showed all issues paled as a motivator
when compared with their
view of Trump.
Roughly 3 out of 4 likely
voters said they saw their
vote this fall as an opportunity to express a view of
Trump. Those planning to
register their opposition
outnumbered Trump supporters, 45% to 29%.
?I can?t think of an election in which the economy
was driving the vote less,?
said Robert Shrum, co-director of USC?s Center for
the Political Future and a
Democratic strategist.
Other financial issues
have great potency, though.
?Regardless of the jobs numbers, people still feel enormous anxiety both around
healthcare and housing,?
said Bill Carrick, a political
strategist who represents
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (DCalif.). ?And they?re wondering, will this economy lead to
higher wages??
The partisan divide over
those issues surfaced in an
exchange between Republican Rep. Steve Knight of
Palmdale and Democratic
challenger Katie Hill at a
September debate sponsored by the Palmdale
Chamber of Commerce.
?The tax system needs to
be more equitable,? Hill said.
?There?s massive income inequality. The vast majority
of benefits are not going to
people who are struggling
with poverty, or to the middle class.?
Knight offered a different
view. ?We are going to try and
continue this booming economy,? he said. ?Taxes 2.0 and
3.0 are following the tax cut
we already did.?
As Hill decried ?wage
stagnation,? Knight distanced
himself
from
Trump?s recent announcement of a freeze on federal
employee wages, saying, ?We
oppose this.? We shouldn?t
have that freeze. It is a small
item that we can absorb in
the budget that makes a
world of difference to people.?
Hill
hammered
on
healthcare. ?It?s incredibly
expensive for employers and
individuals,? she told the
Palmdale chamber. ?When
people are spending thousands on healthcare, they?re
not investing it here.?
In California, Carrick
said, many voters are upset
that the Republicans? recently passed tax law caps
deductions for state and local taxes at $10,000 a year.
Taxes are a major issue in
the Orange County race between Republican incumbent Rep. Mimi Walters and
Democratic opponent Katie
Porter, a UC Irvine law professor.
A Walters ad said Porter
supports higher gas taxes,
and a counter-ad from
Porter called it ?a straight
up lie,? citing Walters? vote
for the GOP tax bill. ?Mimi
Walters votes with Donald
Trump 99% of the time, and
Mimi Walters raised taxes
on middle-class Californians,? Porter asserts in the
ad.
Walters punched back in
a spot sponsored by House
Speaker Paul D. Ryan?s Congressional Leadership Fund
super PAC. ?Mimi Walters
cut middle-class taxes, saving families $5,000 a year,? it
said. ?Now California has
record low unemployment.
Katie Porter would take us
backward. Porter joined Pelosi to oppose the middleclass tax bill.?
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Finnegan and David Lauter
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THE RECALL in the U.S. includes various Prius
nounced that it had advanced its review to either
start a preliminary evaluation or a defect investigation. The agency would not
say Friday whether it is continuing its inquiry or has
closed the matter, though it
did issue a statement saying
it ?has been closely reviewing complaints? and consulted with Toyota.
Hogan said in interviews
earlier this year that he had
serviced more than 100 Prius
models that received the
software update but had
overheated inverters and
had lost power.
Toyota sales of Prius vehicles have fallen sharply
from the early years when it
pioneered the entire class of
hybrids. But other manufacturers are now offering hybrid vehicles and plug-in
electric vehicles that do not
require any gasoline at all.
verters with a newer model,
a fix that could cost as much
as $3,000 per vehicle. If applied to the entire fleet of recalled vehicles, it would exceed $8 billion, according to
Skip Miller, Hogan?s Los Angeles attorney.
?This is an admission
that the prior recall did not
work,? Miller said. ?It validates Roger Hogan putting
a stop sale on the cars, and it
validates the lawsuit.?
Toyota has never disclosed how the software update would prevent overheating in the inverter, but
academic engineering experts surmise that it is probably reducing the amount of
electrical power moving
through the inverter. It
raises the potential, they
said, for the vehicle to increase its reliance on the
gasoline engine, thereby reducing fuel efficiency and increasing emissions.
NHTSA began an inquiry
into the matter but never an-
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Prius owners who said they
lost power on freeways and
had to take evasive action to
get clear of traffic.
In a news release Friday,
Toyota acknowledged that
the vehicles sometimes do
not go into limp-home mode
at all, but lose all power.
?Toyota has found that in
rare situations, the vehicle
may not enter a fail-safe
driving mode as intended,?
the statement said. ?If this
occurs, the vehicle could lose
power and stall. While power
steering and braking would
remain operational, a vehicle stall while driving at
higher speeds could increase the risk of a crash.
?This recall provides a
remedy to address a new
condition in the vehicles involved in the previous recalls
announced in February 2014
and July 2015. The previous
recalls did not anticipate
this new condition remedied
with this recall.? Toyota said
it will notify customers when
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date for the dealer?s suit has
been set for next year.
The Prius hybrid system
depends on a shoebox-size
device, known as an inverter,
that boosts voltage from the
vehicle?s battery to its motors and then reduces the
voltage when the brakes
recharge the battery.
The inverters have been
overheating, causing the
software that controls the
vehicles to shut down the
power or put the vehicle into
what is known as a limphome mode that is supposed
to allow drivers to get to the
side of the road safely.
The problem seems to
emerge when a driver puts a
high load on the hybrid system during accelerating or
braking. The limp-home
mode or fail-safe mode was
touted by Toyota as a safety
feature. But in its reporting
on the matter, The Times interviewed and exchanged
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Dodgers lead series 2-0 W: Kershaw L: Sanchez S: Jansen GAME 3: Sunday at Atlanta, 5 PDT, FS1
AN ACEY DOOZY
Kershaw goes eight great innings, backed by homers from Machado and Grandal
By Andy McCullough
Clayton Kershaw ripped
a pair of towels off his left
arm and hopped from the
bench. He scooped his glove
and tucked his sweatmatted hair behind his ears.
He spoke to no one as he
bounded up the stairs.
A roar from the Dodger
Stadium faithful greeted
Kershaw as he reached a
personal milestone at 9:01
p.m. on Friday. For the first
time in a playoff career that
stretched back to 2008, Kershaw was about to take a
start into the ninth inning.
Inside the dugout, manager Dave Roberts prepared
himself for clamor. Because
it was all a ruse, a ploy designed to deplete the deficient roster of the Atlanta
Braves in a 3-0 victory in
Game 2 of the National
League Division Series.
Roberts was ready for the
fallout. After a masterful
outing from Kershaw, the
manager did not care.
The crowd jeered when
Roberts followed Kershaw
out of the dugout. Moments
after Braves catcher Tyler
Flowers was announced as a
pinch-hitter, Roberts called
upon closer Kenley Jansen,
forcing Atlanta to burn another player to bat in Flowers? place. The fans showered Kershaw with cheers.
Roberts heard only boos
when he returned to the dugout.
The reaction did not faze
[See Dodgers, D11]
Second
fiddle? Not
so much
BILL PLASCHKE
Robert Gauthier Los Angeles Times
CLAYTON KERSHAW YELLS with determination after the Dodgers turned a double play to end the sixth inning. Kershaw struck out
only three batters, but he needed only 85 pitches to get through eight innings in one of his strongest postseason performances.
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Take that.
The words
were unspoken but
screamed,
spilling out of
Clayton
Kershaw
from his
pumped fist
to his slapped glove to eight
innings of controlled fury.
Kershaw didn?t just pitch
against the Atlanta Braves
on Friday in Game 2 of the
National League Division
Series, he delivered a dizzy,
dazzling message strong
enough to shake Dodger
Stadium down to its Koufax
core.
To the Dodgers management that pushed him off
his usual postseason opener
perch, take that.
To critics like this one
who wrote that Hyun-Jin
Ryu?s brilliance a night
earlier was proof that Kershaw was indeed second
fiddle, take that.
To those weary of trusting him as a postseason ace
after so many October
disappointments, yeah, you,
take that.
His ego bruised, his
reputation tweaked, his
future as a Dodger a little
more uncertain, Kershaw
took the mound in perhaps
the most personally tenuous situation of his Dodgers career.
[See Plaschke, D2]
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Red Sox survive Yankees: Sale has strong outing
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LAT IMES. C OM/ SP ORT S
DODGERS VS. BRAVES
Kershaw pitches
like the staff ace
he is in Game 2
Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times
MANNY MACHADO gives the Dodgers all the runs they would need with his two-run home run
in the first inning off Braves starter Anibal Sanchez. It is Machado?s only hit in the series so far.
This Manny sequel
might top the original
DYLAN HERNANDEZ
The hair braids are
shorter. There?s a
slight smile instead
of roaring laughter.
A cool stride has
replaced the rambunctious swagger.
This version of
Mannywood is more
understated than
the original by several orders of
magnitude. The current protagonist isn?t cracking jokes about
appearing on Spanish-language
soap operas. He certainly isn?t
renaming this city after himself
within a few months of his arrival.
What Manny Machado does
share with his predecessor is his
ability to change the game with a
single stroke of his Rawlings bat.
The on-field results are similar.
A baseball deposited in the
bleachers, screaming fans standing and deliriously waving blue
promotional towels over their
heads.
And if the kind of signature
moment he produced Friday night
can be replicated enough times
over the upcoming month,
Machado can do what even the
magical Manny Ramirez failed to
do here a decade earlier ? deliver
a World Series to Los Angeles.
Machado?s two-run home run
in the first inning opened the
scoring and established the tenor
for a 3-0 victory over the Atlanta
Braves that extended the Dodgers? lead in the best-of-five National League Division Series to
2-0.
?Just excited we got the lead
right away,? Machado said.
Ask any player, coach or manager who visits Dodger Stadium
and they will tell you about the
importance of taking the crowd
out of the game early. When the
fans here are lively, the environment can feel overwhelming for
visitors. And that was the very
atmosphere Machado created
when he demolished a cut fastball
delivered by the crafty Anibal
Sanchez.
History was on Machado?s side.
In his previous 15 at-bats against
Sanchez, he collected seven hits,
including three home runs.
?I?m just patient enough and
try to see a good pitch to drive,?
Machado said.
With two outs and Joc Pederson standing on third base in the
bottom of the first, Machado
worked the count to 3-0. He didn?t
look to the Dodgers? bench for
instruction.
?I mean, the situation of the
game speaks for itself,? he said.
?First inning, you want to get on
the board first.?
Braves manager Brian Snitker
assumed Sanchez would walk
Machado and didn?t signal for him
to issue a free pass.
?That?s my fault right there,?
Snitker said.
In Snitker?s defense, Sanchez
threw a pitch that was hard to
reach ? a cutter that moved away
from Machado.
?A great pitch,? Machado said.
?Most guys don?t get that ball,?
Snitker said.
Machado did more than reach
it. He lined it into the left-field
pavilion for a 2-0 lead.
Ramirez, who carried the Dodgers into the 2008 postseason after
his trade from the Boston Red
Sox, once playfully said about his
impending free agency, ?Gas is up
and so I am.? Machado will be on
the open market this winter and
while he hasn?t made any declarations that would rival Ramirez?s in
audacity or cleverness, he has
incorporated the same basic
message in his home run celebrations.
As Machado rounded third, he
rubbed his index and middle fingers on both hands with his
thumbs, basically saying, ?Pay
me.?
The rocket provided a muchwelcomed two-run cushion for
Clayton Kershaw. The left-hander
said the previous day that he
didn?t have to prove anything, but
the reality was that he wasn?t
pitching only to give the Dodgers a
2-0 advantage. He was pitching to
protect his reputation after being
unceremoniously stripped of his
POSTSEASON SCHEDULES
status as the team?s Game 1 starter.
?Manny hits the home run right
there, right in the bottom of the
first, and from there, it?s just my
job to try and protect that lead as
best I can,? Kershaw said.
This was the impact the front
office hoped for when it acquired
Machado from the Baltimore
Orioles in mid-July. And this was
the moment Machado himself
envisioned after missing the postseason in four of the previous five
years.
?Now, being here in the postseason with this ballclub, it?s unbelievable,? Machado said.
The Dodgers have used him in
ways not even he could have imagined. Over the final week or so of
the regular season, with the Dodgers locked in a dead heat with the
Colorado Rockies that required a
163rd game to decide the NL West
championship, Machado was
moved into the cleanup spot for
the first time in his career.
In his nine games batting
fourth, Machado hit .343 with two
home runs and 10 runs batted in.
In the penultimate game of the
season, he broke a 5-5 stalemate in
San Francisco with a two-strike,
two-out double in the eighth inning. He finished the regular season with 37 home runs, including
13 for the Dodgers.
Machado has remained the
team?s No. 4 hitter in the postseason and embraced the heightened
emotions of October baseball. He
has taken in a lot of change over
the last 21?2 months, starting with
the trade from the only franchise
for which he had previously
played.
?It?s still sinking in,? he said.
Machado mentioned that he
hasn?t had enough time to learn
everyone?s name and sometimes
addresses people in the clubhouse
incorrectly.
?It?s been a crazy year,? he said.
The really crazy part, the part
the older and crazier Manny was
never able to experience here,
could still be ahead.
dylan.hernandez@latimes.com
?For me, one of the
best outings I?ve seen
that I can recall ? He
really pitched.?
? Dave Roberts,
on Clayton Kershaw
The Dodgers seem beyond the
reach of Braves now because they
have held them scoreless in two
games and yet have yet to throw
their hottest pitcher, with hotshot
Walker Buehler scheduled for
Game 3 in Atlanta on Sunday.
But can we stop talking about
Buehler for just a second? Maybe
cool it on Ryu just for now?
This night belonged to Kershaw, who, before this season, had
pitched in the postseason opener
in each of the previous five seasons. In fact, he pitched first in
every postseason series in the last
five years when he didn?t pitch a
closeout game in the previous
series.
The move to push him back
was a stunning one, but it was
written here that it was the right
decision because the reality was,
Kershaw hadn?t been the same
pitcher in recent weeks and was
never the same pitcher in the
postseason.
He had a 4.20 ERA in his last
five starts and there were some
concerns about the lack of movement on some of his pitches. There
were also worries about the cumulative effect of his infamous postseason struggles, as he had a 4.35
postseason ERA and had blown
his Game 5 start against the Houston Astros last October in a loss
that probably cost the Dodgers
the series.
He carried all that baggage
with him to the mound in the first
inning, and he was immediately
almost smothered in it.
Acuna, the Braves? gift rookie
leadoff hitter, drove the first pitch
into the left-center-field gap for a
double. Two pitches later, Johan
Camargo bounced a ball back to
Kershaw to move Acuna to third.
With all the surrounding commotion, it is here Kershaw could
have buckled. Instead, it was here
that that he dug in his heels. He
retired Freddie Freeman on a
grounder to pulled-in second
baseman Enrique Hernandez,
then struck out Nick Markakis by
freezing him on a 73-mph curve.
The fans roared, at which point
Kershaw ducked his head and
pumped his fist.
?Everybody was pretty pumped
after that,? Grandal said. ?That
was probably one of the biggest
pitches of the game. It?s postseason baseball, and everybody is
excited.?
Kershaw had escaped, and now
he was rolling, and he kept rolling
until he finally departed, and when
he pitches again, who knows?
Would the Dodgers keep him as
the number-two pitcher in the
potential National League Championship Series?
On this night, it was difficult to
view Clayton Kershaw as anything
other than same person he has
been for the last decade.
Once again, the ace.
bill.plaschke@latimes.com
Twitter: @BillPlaschke
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AL DIVISION SERIES
NL DIVISION SERIES
NL DIVISION SERIES
[Plaschke, from D1]
He responded with the loudest
single postseason statement of his
life, allowing just two hits in those
eight innings in a 3-0 victory over
the Braves to give the Dodgers a
seemingly insurmountable twogames-to-none lead in the best-of
five series.
As Kershaw sat in his postgame
attire of T-shirt and gym shorts,
beaming as he was surrounded by
his two giggling children Charley
and Cali Ann, I asked him if he
took any extra satisfaction in this
victory.
?Yeah, maybe,? he said, still
smiling. ?Maybe a tick, for sure.?
Yeah. Maybe. Probably. For
sure.
In 20 playoff starts, it is the first
time he has lasted as long as eight
innings. In a career marred with
playoff stumbles, this was a twoand-half-hour march to redemption.
Yeah, Sandy Koufax was in the
stands watching. Indeed, the
comparisons on this night were
appropriate.
?It is impressive,? manager
Dave Roberts said. ?It?s not a
surprise.?
But, really who knew how Kershaw was going to react? He was
informed earlier this week in a
conference call that Ryu, not him,
would start in the opener. It took
him a couple of days of tight smiles
to get through it. It was uncertain
how he would respond to it.
Goodness, when he finally
answered, did he ever answer,
dominating despite striking out
only three, walking none, fooling
the Braves in all corners.
?He pitched,? Roberts said.
?For me, one of the best outings
I?ve seen that I can recall ? He
really pitched.?
It began with Kershaw deftly
surviving a leadoff double by Ronald Acuna Jr. on his first pitch of
the game.
It ended with him taking the
mound in the ninth inning with the
crowd standing and cheering his
mere presence. He then immediately was pulled for matchup
reasons, leaving to his umpteenth
standing ovation while waving to
the crowd and slapping hands
with his teammates.
He was so good, fans momentarily stopped honoring his departure to boo Roberts for making the
change.
?The fact he was able to do that
today was huge,? said catcher
Yasmani Grandal, who capped the
scoring with a fifth-inning home
run after Manny Machado started
the scoring with a two-run homer
in the first.
It was big for both Kershaw and
the Dodgers, turning a potential
no-win situation into victories for
both.
Kershaw wanted to prove himself. Check. He wanted to equal
the guy who replaced him. Check.
He wanted to push the Dodgers to
the edge of closing out this series.
Check.
?Ryu threw so unbelievable last
night that you just want to match
him,? Kershaw said, referring to
Ryu?s seven shutout innings in
which he allowed just four hits in
the Dodgers? 6-0 opening victory.
?That?s all I was trying to do is try
and put our team in a good spot.
So Game 1, Game 2, whatever, I?m
getting to pitch in the playoffs and
I?m excited.?
AL DIVISION SERIES
NLCS
Game 1: Oct. 12 Game 5: Oct. 17*
Game 2: Oct. 13 Game 6: Oct. 19*
Game 3: Oct. 15 Game 7: Oct. 20*
Game 4: Oct. 16 *if necessary
TV: All games on Channel 11 or FS1
DODGERS vs.
ATLANTA
MILWAUKEE vs.
COLORADO
BOSTON vs.
NEW YORK
HOUSTON vs.
CLEVELAND
Dodgers lead, 2-0
Brewers lead, 2-0
Best of five
Best of five
at Dodgers
DODGERS .....................................6
ATLANTA.......................................0
GM
at Dodgers
2 DODGERS .....................................3
ATLANTA.......................................0
GM
GM
1
GM
GM
3
GM
4
GM
5
at Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (10 innings) ...........3
COLORADO...................................2
GM
at Milwaukee
2 MILWAUKEE..................................4
COLORADO...................................0
GM
Sunday at Colorado, 1:30 p.m.
MIL: Miley (5-2)
COL: Marquez (14-11)
GM
1
Sunday at Atlanta, 5 p.m.
LA: Pitcher Buehler (8-5)
ATL: Gausman (5-3)
GM
Monday at Atlanta, 1:30 p.m.
LA: Pitcher TBA
ATL: Pitcher TBA
**TEMPTAG**
Wednesday at Dodgers, 5 p.m.
ATL: Pitcher TBA
LA: Pitcher TBA
TV: FS1
Games 4, 5 if necessary
3
GM
** _##TABLE##_1_1_ ** Monday at Colorado, 6:30 p.m.
4 ** _##TABLE##_1_1_ ** MIL:
Pitcher TBA
** _##TABLE##_1_1_ ** COL:
Freeland (17-7)
GM
5
Wed. at Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m.
COL: Pitcher TBA
1
at Boston
BOSTON.........................................5
NEW YORK ....................................4
Today at Boston, 5:15 p.m.
2 N.Y.: Tanaka (12-6, 3.75)
BOS: Price (16-7, 3.58)
3
GM
4
GM
5
GM
1
at Houston
HOUSTON......................................7
CLEVELAND .................................2
Today at Houston, 1:30 p.m.
2 CLE: Carrasco (17-10, 3.38)
HOU: Cole (15-5, 2.88)
GM
Monday at New York, 4:30 p.m.
BOS: Porcello (17-7, 4.28)
N.Y.: Severino (19-8, 3.38)
GM
Tuesday at New York, 5 p.m.
BOS: Eovaldi (6-7, 3.81)
N.Y.: Sabathia (9-7, 3.65)
GM
Thursday at Boston, 4:30 p.m.
N.Y.: Pitcher TBA
BOS: Pitcher TBA
GM
3
Mon. at Cleveland, 10:30 a.m.
HOU: Keuchel (12-11, 3.74)
CLE: Clevinger (13-8, 3.02)
ALCS
Game 1: Oct. 13 Game 5: Oct. 18*
Game 2: Oct. 14 Game 6: Oct. 20*
Game 3: Oct. 16 Game 7: Oct. 21*
Game 4: Oct. 17 *if necessary
TV: All games on TBS
WORLD SERIES
Tuesday at Cleveland, 1:30 p.m.
4 HOU: Pitcher TBA
CLE: Pitcher TBA
Game 1: Oct. 23 Game 5: Oct. 28*
Thursday at Houston, 1 p.m.
CLE: Pitcher TBA
HOU: Pitcher TBA
Game 3: Oct. 26 Game 7: Oct. 31*
5
TV: All games on TBS
TV: All games on TBS
Games 4, 5 if necessary
Games 4, 5 if necessary
Game 2: Oct. 24 Game 6: Oct. 30*
Game 4: Oct. 27 *if necessary
TV: All games on Channel 11
Note: Higher-seeded team will get Games
1-2 and 6-7 at home in each series
D3
SPORTS
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 0 1 8 :: L A T I M E S . C O M / S P O R T S
Kings?
rally
falls
short
They erase a 2-0
deficit but Sharks win
in overtime to ruin
L.A.?s season opener.
SAN JOSE 3
KINGS 2 (OT)
By Curtis Zupke
Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times
TODD GURLEY, shown preparing for the Rams? opener in Oakland last month, is the NFL?s reigning offensive player of the year for a
reason. ?Todd Gurley is really at the center of all of it,? Seattle coach Pete Carroll says of the Rams, who average 35 points.
30-something else
Simply the threat of Gurley makes Rams? offense so tough to stop
NFL WEEK 5
By Gary Klein
LOCAL GAMES
With so much open space in front of him, Todd
Gurley hardly could believe his eyes.
He had taken a handoff on a third-and-20 play
against the Seattle Seahawks, broke off left tackle
and realized he had a clear path to the end zone.
?I?m just like, ?Oh snap!? ? Gurley said, recalling
the 57-yard touchdown run from last season. ?It?s
kind of like too good to be true, honestly.?
The touchdown ? the second-longest scoring
run of Gurley?s NFL career ? helped the Rams rout
the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.
The 42-7 victory sent the Rams on their way to
the NFC West title and their first playoff appearance
since 2004.
The Rams return to Seattle on Sunday as one of
the Super Bowl favorites, and Gurley once again is
playing a central ? if somewhat overshadowed ?
role.
Quarterback Jared Goff is coming off a careerbest performance against the Minnesota Vikings,
and he was named the NFC offensive player of the
month.
Rams at Seattle
AT
CENTURYLINK FIELD
Sunday, 1:15 p.m., Channel 11
Chargers vs. Oakland
AT
STUBHUB CENTER
Sunday, 1 p.m., Channel 2
Quick-footed: Philip Rivers
looks to continue hot start against
Gruden-coached Raiders. D7
Nurmagomedov wants
to make McGregor pay
Lightweight champion
has a huge incentive
to beat the outspoken
star at UFC 229.
By Lance Pugmire
LAS VEGAS ? All of the
conflicts between Conor McGregor and the fighter who
replaced him as UFC lightweight champion, Khabib
Nurmagomedov, come to a
head Saturday night when
they step into the T-Mobile
Arena octagon in pursuit of
the same glory.
For the power-puncher
McGregor, returning to the
UFC at age 30 after taking
nearly two years off, the opportunity at UFC 229 is to reestablish himself ? in what
he said could be a $50-million payday ? as the organization?s biggest draw and
most entertaining star.
Russia?s stoic wrestler
Nurmagomedov (26-0) is a
slight betting favorite, and a
victory would extend the
success that encouraged the
UFC to expand the international reach of its roster.
Before Friday?s ceremo-
Receivers Cooper Kupp, Brandin Cooks and
Robert Woods each amassed more than 100 yards in
last week?s victory, which kept the Rams unbeaten.
But make no mistake, Gurley remains key to the
Rams? high-scoring offense.
Just ask Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, who must
figure a way to stop a unit scoring 35 points a game.
?Todd Gurley is really at the center of all of it,?
Carroll said.
Gurley, who signed a $60-million extension before the season, did not post record-setting statistics in victories over the Oakland Raiders, Arizona
Cardinals, the Chargers and the Vikings.
But the reigning NFL offensive player of the year
ranks second in the league with 338 yards rushing.
He has run for four touchdowns, and has caught 15
passes, two for touchdowns.
Goff and the receivers, however, have dominated
the highlights.
Gurley, 24, does not seem to mind.
?Yeah, I tell those guys they need me out there,?
Gurley said, laughing sarcastically. ?I tell them,
?Thank me all the time.?
?When I go in motion and they get their little
[See Rams, D7]
The mood in Staples
Center ran the spectrum
early after puck drop, and
none of it was a good sign for
the Kings.
They played a sluggish
first period in which the big
roar in the first 15 minutes
was for the score of the Dodgers? playoff game. It was a
low groan when Drew
Doughty lay on the ice in
pain from a slash to the knee
by San Jose Sharks? Timo
Meier.
That turned into silence
when Kevin Labanc scored
nearly three minutes into
overtime for a 3-2 win that
spoiled the Kings? season
opener Friday. The Kings
were caught changing out
players in the three-on-three
play and Labanc converted
a pass from Logan Couture.
A win would have capped
a great comeback for the
Kings, who erased a 2-0 deficit on goals by Anze Kopitar
and Tyler Toffoli. Ilya Kovalchuk didn?t score in his
Kings debut but dazzling
rookie Austin Wagner created three chances with his
speed in his NHL debut, including a turn-the-corner
pivot past Erik Karlsson.
?It?s a work in progress,?
Wagner said. ?It?s the first
game of the season. It?s my
first game. Some of the guys
were saying to me, ?It?s nothing to worry about.? If I?m go[See Kings, D6]
Kings? Kovalchuk
adjusting to NHL
His mission is to score
goals, but after five years
in Russia, he has several
adjustments to make. D6
UC L A VS . N O . 10 WA S H I N GT O N
TODAY, 4:30 P.M. | ROSE BOWL | CHANNEL 11
nial weigh-in, the pair delivered a final statement by not
saying a word.
First in line among 24
fighters,
Nurmagomedov
was on the scale at 9:01 a.m.,
making the 155-pound limit
on the dot to emphasize
both his readiness and the
strides he?s made since falling ill and withdrawing from
a bout before a weigh-in 19
months ago in Las Vegas.
One hour later, McGregor weighed in at 154.5
pounds and underlined his
preparedness by unleashing
a primal scream.
[See UFC, D4]
Ted S. Warren Associated Press
CHRIS PETERSEN stands with running back Salvon Ahmed (26) and tailback
Sean McGrew (25). The Huskies have sustained success with Petersen as coach.
Ingram earns
raves from James
Young Lakers forward
stole show in exhibition
victory, and praise from
new mentor was soon
to follow. D5
Clippers expect
no surprises
Rivers says the
Clippers will focus on
themselves, not on
James in exhibition
against Lakers. D5
Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times
QUARTERBACK Akili Murry of Santee runs for
a touchdown against Manual Arts.
Santee takes big step in league
Falcons? 49-20 win against Manual Arts is a great
escape for City Section players on both sides. D9
Search for berth,
coach hits road
Interim coach Kinnear
and surging Galaxy
look to keep playoff
hopes in reach against
tough Kansas City. D5
Kelly and Bruins can learn
from Petersen and Huskies
By Ben Bolch
As he stood inside Washington?s spacious recruiting
lounge facing a horde of
boosters, athletic officials
and four shirtless fans
whose chests spelled P-ET-E in purple letters, Chris
Petersen tried to explain
why he had taken the
Huskies job after eight
wildly successful seasons at
Boise State.
?I needed to take that
next step out of that comfort
zone there,? Petersen said
on that December day in
2013.
Five years later it seems
as if he never left ? the
highly coveted coach who
twice spurned UCLA in its
attempts to hire him, trading in one snuggly situation
for another.
Petersen guided the
Huskies to bowl games in
each of his first two seasons
before breaking through to
the College Football Playoff
in 2016. His teams have sustained the early success,
winning 10 games in 2017 and
currently possessing a No. 10
national ranking that?s the
best in the Pac-12 Conference.
It?s a template UCLA fans
would love to see their new
coach emulate as Chip
Kelly?s struggling Bruins
(0-4 overall, 0-1 Pac-12) face
Petersen?s surging Huskies
(4-1, 2-0) on Saturday at the
Rose Bowl.
?Chris is one of the best
coaches out there,? Kelly
said this week, ?so it doesn?t
[See UCLA, D8]
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Mike Scioscia took the
Angels from pretenders to
contenders and Arte
Moreno took them from
contenders back to pretenders.
Eddie Dawes
Hacienda Heights
Unless USC ever puts up
enough dough to lure a Nick
Saban or David Shaw, I can
only envision the Trojans as
a fringe team moving forward. Clay Helton seems to
be a nice man, but his teams
are never disciplined or
strong enough to compete
against the heavyweights
throughout the nation.
Chris Sorce
Fountain Valley
What a disappointing
Angels season. A team with
a lame-duck manager, a few
superb players, a gaggle of
mostly minor leaguers, a
$33-million aging anchor,
and an owner nobody can
figure out.
Joe Bonino
Glendale
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Thank you, Mike Scioscia, for 19 years of class,
intelligence, patience and
goodness. I was hoping that
you would change your
mind and stay at the helm of
the Angels. My only regret
for you is that you weren?t
given the players to succeed.
It?s like asking someone to
build a house but not furnishing the necessary tools
to complete the job.
Bob Sands
La Habra
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Really? The Angels are
considering the likes of Eric
Chavez, Dino Ebel, various
bench coaches and special
assistants, Brad Ausmus,
Joe Espada, Josh Paul ...
who have been groomed and
brainwashed by Mike Scioscia and Billy Eppler. Not a
single word about Dusty
Baker, Joe Girardi, or even
Buck Showalter.
If this happens, it?s going
to be a very long time before
another postseason comes
along at Angel Stadium.
Steven DeMont
Orange
::
In last Friday night?s
game, the Angels? starting
pitcher, Jaime Barria, had a
five-run lead in the top of
the fifth inning, pitching a
no-hitter and had walked
two men after two outs and
what did Mike Scioscia do?
He pulls Barria before he
could qualify for the victory.
Don?t let the door hit you
on the way out, Mike.
Ken Blake
Brea
Feeling the Blues
I am very happy for the
Dodgers and their most
recent achievements. But
act like you?ve been there
before. All of the beer and
champagne going down the
drain is ridiculous. Have a
short toast for your accomplishment and move on. The
money spent on the alcohol
can and should be donated
::
Either Chip Kelly still
fancies himself as an NFL
coach, where losing every
game guarantees you the
first pick in the draft, or the
Bruins really stink.
Steve Ross
Beverly Hills
Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times
MIKE SCIOSCIA stepped down after 19 seasons
with the Angels, including one World Series title.
to charity.
Russell Morgan
Carson
::
After the Lakers gave a
downward-sliding Kobe
Bryant $50 million for his
last two years, thus preventing the Lakers from adding
pieces to help ensure a
smooth transition, the
Dodgers, with a self-imposed spending limit,
should not handicap themselves by giving Clayton
Kershaw any more than the
$65 million he?s still owed.
All Dodgers fans love the
guy, but six consecutive
division championships are
no substitute for 30 years
without a World Series ring.
Allan Kandel
Los Angeles
::
Jorge Castillo?s article on
Kenley Jansen states: ?His
FanGraphs WAR plummeted from 3.6 to 0.4.?
Forgive my ignorance,
but what the heck is that?
Felice Klein Feinstein
Northridge
::
The Dodgers won the
West despite Kenley ?Home
Run? Jansen. If Dave Roberts brings in his ?All-Star
closer? with less than a
two-run lead, maybe Andrew Friedman should
bring in Mike Scioscia.
Roy Reel
Culver City
::
If the Dodgers go all the
way this year I have a
sleeper candidate for MVP.
If Rich Hill contributes to
the playoff run, it will be the
player who spent time
watching film and was able
to alert Hill that he was
tipping his pitches. If
Manny Machado is a big
factor, it will be the player
who took him aside and
talked to him about hustle
who turned the tables.
This player might not
even play in the playoffs or
ever again in his Hall of
Fame career, but I certainly
hope he is retained by the
Dodgers because what he
knows about baseball and
about people will make him
a huge asset moving forward.
Because he was in the
on-deck circle when Game
163 ended and did not get his
standing ovation from the
Dodger Stadium crowd, let
me say it loud and clear:
Thank you, Chase Utley!
Larry Weiner
Culver City
College education
Two simple equations
that best sum up our local
college football teams thus
far:
5-Star Recruits x 3-Star
Coach = Mediocrity
3-Star Recruits x 5-Star
Coach = Abysmal
Larry Herrera
Redondo Beach
::
After only four games,
this Bruins football team is
already Bawl Eligible.
Wes Wellman
Santa Monica
::
In the wake of a 38-16 loss
to Colorado in which the
UCLA quarterback completed 17 of 35 passes for 138
yards and consistently
threw either behind or over
the heads of receivers, coach
Chip Kelly proclaimed that
even though veteran Wilton
Speight was available, Dorian Thompson-Robinson
?gave us the best chance
tonight.?
Is there any chance Kelly
took this job because UCLA
Mass appeal
Loved the picture of a
bulked-up Kyle Kuzma. The
headline says that he ?may
earn a new role as backup
center.? Given the tats on
the front, can hardly wait to
see the backup?s back!
Ralph Martinez
Arcadia
::
Kuzma?s photo shows
why he is a marked man this
season for the Lakers.
Mark Sherwin
Los Angeles
Fore!
What is the definition of
insanity? Continuing to pick
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for the Ryder Cup
team and expecting them to
win a fourball or alternateshot match.
Stan Shirai
Torrance
::
We shouldn?t judge the
U.S. Ryder Cup team too
harshly. After all, who in
their right mind goes to
Paris for the golf?
Brian Lipson
Beverly Hills
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McGregor out to regain title, status
with victory over Nurmagomedov
[UFC, from D3]
When the fighters faced
off, McGregor slapped the
right arm of Nurmagomedov, then sent a left kick
toward the champion?s head
that didn?t land.
?The king is back!? McGregor roared to the majority of fans who supported
him.
Nurmagomedov thanked
the Irish fans for supporting
the fight and told them, ?Tomorrow, I?m going to smash
your boy.?
McGregor (21-3) has masterfully broken down past
champions Jose Aldo and
Eddie Alvarez with his witty
and biting pre-fight remarks, and he?s pursued the
new champion by insulting
his father and his Islamic
principle of not drinking alcohol.
But Nurmagomedov has
impressively answered McGregor with a refusal to be
moved during last month?s
news conference at New
York?s Radio City Music Hall
and his exit before the habitually late McGregor showed
at Thursday?s session.
?I?ve seen a man who
doesn?t want to be here. ? I
know every move everyone
makes. I keep my eyes on the
game,? McGregor said. ?He?s
had his last chance at running. He?ll try to find an exit
to take off, but I won?t let
him.?
Will the words materialize in results again as
they?ve done in McGregor?s
John Locher Associated Press
CONOR McGREGOR , right, and lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov
face off during a ceremonial weigh-in for Saturday?s UFC 229 main event.
career, or is there a new reality? Nurmagomedov has
massive incentive to perform. After this fight, he?ll
have only one bout remaining on his UFC contract ?
perfect timing for a lucrative
extension.
?Pressure has helped me.
I feel pressure,? Nurmagomedov said this week
while discussing his 2012
UFC debut as a 23-year-old,
a third-round submission of
Iran?s Kamal Shalorus in
Nashville that marked his
first time in the U.S. and first
experience of fighting in a
cage.
Nurmagomedov revealed
that because the UFC had
been so frustrated in its attempts to deal with Russian
fighters ? most notably
heavyweight legend Fedor
Emelianenko ? that first
fight was more significant
than most know.
?When the UFC signed
me, people thought it was
nearly impossible ? because in Russia they didn?t
have good managers with
good connections to the
UFC ? and people said, ?OK,
you?re going to fight and
we?re going to watch. If you
win, a lot of [Eastern Europeans] can come. If you lose,
OK, UFC is at a different lev-
el.? So I felt very big pressure
when I go into that cage.?
Nurmagomedov
cut
Shalorus under the right eye
by battering him with
punches in the third round,
then submitted him by rear
naked chokehold, with the
announcer bellowing, ?Welcome to America!?
Ali
Abdelaziz,
Nurmagomedov?s manager, said
he now represents 30 Russian UFC fighters.
?If you can change people?s lives, it?s pretty good,?
Nurmagomedov said.
lance.pugmire@latimes.com
Twitter: @latimespugmire
D5
L AT I ME S . CO M/ S P O RT S
Surging Galaxy
hitting the road
for crucial test
By Kevin Baxter
The Galaxy traveled to
Kansas City this week looking for both a head coach
and a playoff berth. There?s a
chance they might find both
in Dominic Kinnear, the
man who has been leading
the team on an interim basis
since Sigi Schmid?s firing
last month.
Consecutive 3-0 victories
under Kinnear ? the team?s
most one-sided back-toback shutouts in more than
four years ? have breathed
new life into the Galaxy?s
fading postseason hopes. A
win over Sporting Kansas
City on Saturday could lift
them over Real Salt Lake
and into possession of the
Western Conference?s sixth
and final playoff spot with
two games left in the season.
Galaxy President Chris
Klein said that would also
lift Kinnear deeper into
contention to fill the team?s
vacant managerial post.
?The answer?s yeah, he?ll
be considered,? he said Friday.
Klein said little more
about his search for a permanent coach. ?I don?t want
to comment on progress.
Just that it?s encouraging
and we continue to go
through it,? he said.
Meanwhile, Kinnear, the
third-winningest coach in
MLS history, insists he?s focused on the job he has and
not the one Klein is trying to
fill.
?I?m happy to coach the
team on Saturday,? he said.
That certainly has been
enough to keep him busy ?
especially against secondplace Kansas City (15-8-7).
The Galaxy (12-11-8) haven?t
beaten that team on the
road since 2007, when the
franchise was called the Wizards and played in Missouri
not Kansas.
Reed Saxon Associated Press
INTERIM COACH
Dominic Kinnear has the
Galaxy on a two-game
winning streak.
The Galaxy have no room
for error since anything less
than a win would leave them
at least a point out of a playoff spot and with no control
over their own destiny. Plus
they go into Saturday?s
game likely missing midfielders Gio dos Santos and
Chris Pontius, forward
Bradford Jamieson and defender Michael Ciani to injury. Fullback Rolf Feltscher,
recently called up to the Venezuelan national team, also
will sit out because of yellowcard accumulation.
?Every game is a mustwin,? said forward Zlatan
Ibrahimovic, who has four
goals and an assist in his last
three games. ?We need every
point in every game we play.?
As important as Ibrahimovic has been to the playoff
push, the key to the team?s
resurgence under Kinnear
has been Jonathan dos Santos, whose passing and possession in the midfield have
settled the Galaxy offensively and defensively.
?Jonathan is getting a lot
of the ball and he doesn?t
really waste the possession.
If he does, he?s one of the first
guys to be responsible to get
the ball back,? Kinnear said
after last week?s win over
Vancouver, giving the team
its first two-game winning
streak since mid-July.
Three more wins and
there?s a good possibility he
gets the team into the playoffs, which would make it difficult for the Galaxy not to
take the interim title away
from Kinnear, a two-time
MLS Cup-winning coach,
and give him the coach?s job
full time.
Whether that would happen Klein wouldn?t say. He
was a bit more direct in discussing the future of Ibrahimovic, the league?s secondleading scorer with 20 goals
in 24 games. Ibrahimovic
has a year left on his contract, although two weeks
ago he said his return was
something he would be discussing with the club after
the season, adding in an interview with Swedish TV
that he would ?not close the
doors? on a return to boyhood club Malmo. A winter
loan to Italy?s AC Milan has
also been rumored.
?We?re certainly focused
on this,? Klein said of Ibrahimovic?s return. ?We?re hopeful and confident that he?ll
be back.?
kevin.baxter@latimes.com
Twitter: @kbaxter11
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BRANDON INGRAM steals the inbounds pass from Cameron Reynolds of Sacramento to help seal Thurs-
day?s 128-123 exhibition victory. Ingram also shined on the offensive end, scoring 31 points.
LAKERS REPORT
Ingram stole the show
and James was impressed
By Tania Ganguli
The undrafted guard the
Sacramento Kings sent to
inbound the ball might not
have known what he was getting into. But looking at
Brandon Ingram might
have given him a clue.
At 6 foot 9, with a 7-3
wingspan, Ingram and his
long, spindly arms and legs
faced Cameron Reynolds
with 41 seconds left and the
Kings trailing by one. Ingram stuck his leg out to deflect the inbounds pass and
knocked the ball out of
bounds. He hit it with his
arm on another attempt.
And, finally, Ingram just
grabbed the inbounds pass
and dribbled down the court
before being fouled.
The Lakers? reserves
watched him, laughing and
jumping.
?I can?t tell you what we
really was talking about,?
LeBron James said of the
sideline celebration. ?So
yeah, I?m gonna run with
your story.?
James appreciated Ingram?s overall game Thursday night, a 128-123 exhibition victory in which Ingram scored 31 points.
James liked it so much that
he praised the third-year
forward during his television
interview coming off the
court and also in his
postgame media session. In
Ingram he sees a player who
is on track to becoming an
impactful player in the NBA.
?I know what I see in him
and he?s looking for this opportunity to make this next
jump in his third year,?
James said. ?So, it?s a lot of
upside in that kid and I?m
happy to try to give him as
much as I can. ? He works
hard ? extremely hard ?
and he has a lot of talent.
And he believes in his ability,
so we?ll see what the next
jump is.?
Ingram and James had
some time to chat in July,
when James watched a
Summer League game in
Las Vegas, making his first
public appearance in Lakers
colors.
James?
figure
dwarfed the younger forward?s slight frame. Their relationship and chemistry
will be critical to the Lakers?
future.
Already Ingram is seeing
the benefits of being James?
teammate.
?He takes so much attention; I can be way more efficient in scoring,? Ingram
said. ?And then energy on
the defensive end, guarding
guys in the passing lane, just
trying to start our offense
with defense.?
The example James sets
means something to Ingram
too. He said he feels comfortable with his new teammate
because James knows where
everyone is supposed to be
and helps them get there.
That James sees a lot in
Ingram doesn?t add pressure, the former second
overall pick said. He acknowledged that a compliment from James means a
lot, with a caveat.
?It makes you want to
keep going; I don?t think I
want to stop here,? Ingram
said. ?And like I said, my expectations are way higher
than anyone?s expectations.?
Simon sidelined
with pneumonia
Lakers assistant coach
Miles Simon was diagnosed
with pneumonia and will
miss Saturday?s exhibition
against the Clippers in Anaheim. Simon had complained of chest tightness
and was transported on a
stretcher through the hallways of Staples Center after
Thursday?s game. Simon
will be considered day-today as he recovers.
The Lakers hired Simon
last year as a player development coach. He worked
closely with point guard
Lonzo Ball during his rookie
season.
Simon played college
basketball at Arizona but
finished school before Luke
Walton arrived in Tucson.
He also served as an assistant coach for Arizona from
2005 to 2008 and worked as a
television analyst.
Walton frustrated
over fouls, flubs
The Lakers had a few hiccups Thursday night that
annoyed Walton.
?Three things we talked
about before games: screening, we talked about not
turning the ball over and not
fouling,? Walton said after
the game. ?And I don?t have
official stat sheets because
we didn?t have them all night
so maybe I?m wrong and I
will watch the video tonight,
but we were not good at any
of those tonight. We have to
get a lot better in this next
week or however long we got
left until the start of the season.?
The Lakers committed
25 fouls, which paled in comparison to the Kings? 44.
Three Kings players fouled
out. The Lakers also committed 18 turnovers, which
led to 32 points for Sacramento. The Kings also found
the ball slippery, committing
15 turnovers for 19 points.
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LAFC can clinch
playoff spot today Different jersey, same superstar
It would become just
the fourth MLS
expansion team to
make the postseason.
By Kevin Baxter
On Saturday what has
been evitable for months
could finally become a reality for the Los Angeles Football Club: With a road win
over the lowly Colorado
Rapids, it would become the
fourth team in MLS history
to reach the playoffs in its
first season.
For midfielder Benny
Feilhaber that?s not the end
of the journey though; it?s
just the first step.
?Clinching the playoffs is
an important feat for our
team. But it?s definitely
something we?re not going to
be satisfied with,? he said.
Feilhaber is speaking
from
experience.
With
Sporting Kansas City, his
previous team, Feilhaber
made the playoffs in each of
the last five years, only to
lose in the one-game knockout round on the road the
last four times.
LAFC could avoid that
scenario by finishing in the
top two in the Western Conference, earning a firstround playoff bye and a spot
in the two-leg conference
semifinals. Finishing third
or fourth would keep the
team home for the knockout
round.
LAFC (14-8-8) enters the
weekend in third, two points
back of second-place Kansas City and two points
ahead of fourth-place Port-
land.
?We, of course, want to try
to get a top-two seed. But at
the very, very least get a
home game, which makes it
much more of a viable path
to the get to the final,? Feilhaber said. ?The next three
games are vital to put ourselves in the right position.
?If we can get nine points
out of those three games we
put ourselves in a great position to finish top two. If we
don?t, we?re going to probably be playing a knockout
game. We know that and
we?ve got to start playing our
best football here toward the
end of the season.?
LAFC, which traveled to
Colorado (6-18-6) without
midfielder Eduard Atuesta
(concussion) and forward
Latif Blessing (strained left
hip flexor), is coming off a 3-1
loss to Chicago that ended a
six-game unbeaten streak
and marked just the team?s
second loss to an opponent
with a losing record. It can
also clinch a postseason
berth with a draw, depending on the outcome of three
other games involving five
playoff contenders.
But a tie wouldn?t help
LAFC with the larger goal of
building momentum.
?We?ve had different
stretches during the year,?
coach Bob Bradley said. ?At
the end you want to have individuals at their best level.
You want to have the focus of
the group strong with everybody see[ing] what we?re
trying to do. And then you go
into every game and play like
there?s no tomorrow.?
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Twitter: @kbaxter11
Rivers ready to throw
all his combinations at
James and Lakers and
see what sticks.
By Andrew Greif
They have so much history together that there is
little LeBron James could do
that would surprise Clippers
coach Doc Rivers.
Joining the Lakers in free
agency this summer?
?I didn?t, like, wake up
and go ?Oh my God, I?m
shocked,? or anything,? Rivers said.
Still, Saturday?s exhibition matchup between the
Clippers and James? Lakers
at Honda Center in Anaheim will feel ?different,? he
said. ?There?s no doubt.?
Rivers and James began
their nearly decade-long run
as Eastern Conference combatants during a preseason
game in Connecticut 14 years
ago. Rivers was in his first
year coaching Boston while
James was coming off a rookie-of-the-year season in
Cleveland.
As they reunite for the
first time as Western Conference foes, Rivers is in his
sixth season with the Clippers and James is no longer
just the best player in his
draft class. Now he?s discussed as one of the league?s
greatest ever after eight consecutive NBA Finals appearances.
?LeBron has played well
against the East and he?s
played well against the West
so he?s going to continue,?
Rivers said before the Clippers? workout Friday morn-
Harry How Getty Images
DOC RIVERS has plenty of experience coaching
against LeBron James since he came into the NBA.
ing. ?LeBron is going to continue to play well and he
should because everyone
talks about LeBron?s talent,
no one talks about his work
ethic. ?
?When you watch him,
he?s in better shape than
99.9% of the league, and the
lesson there for all the guys
who aren?t as in good shape
is how are you going to beat
LeBron if he?s already better
and he?s in better shape??
If much of the spotlight
Saturday will be fixated on
James and the new-look
Lakers, the Clippers say
their focus is on themselves.
Specifically, what shape
their roster is in. The team
must cut down to 15 players
with less than two weeks remaining until the Oct. 17 season opener.
?You guys can make it
about what you want to
make it,? forward Tobias
Harris said, ?but we?re looking to get better and get our
team where it needs to be so
opening night, we?re ready to
go.?
Where it is right now is
not completely healthy.
Guard Milos Teodosic
(hamstring) will miss his
third consecutive game and
forward Luc Mbah a Moute
(calf) his second. Guard
Avery Bradley wasn?t wearing a practice jersey, unlike
his teammates, at the end of
Friday?s media viewing period but he was set to participate in practice, a team
spokesman said.
Rivers hinted he could
rest a third veteran against
the Lakers. Teodosic could
return ?hopefully soon? before preseason?s end and
Mbah a Moute is not expected to miss much time.
?It?s not bad but it?s too
early to take a chance,? Rivers said of the injuries.
Whereas starters and
veterans earned the bulk of
minutes in Sunday?s first
preseason game and younger players earned more opportunities in the second
Wednesday, it will be a blend
Saturday. That will mean
more chances for Harris,
who has made eight of 12
three-pointers and is averaging a team-high 21.5 points
in the preseason.
The Clippers are unwilling to include Harris in any
potential trade for Minnesota?s Jimmy Butler, according
to a Yahoo Sports report.
Trade talks between the
teams have not found any
traction, according to league
sources not authorized to
speak publicly.
?Tobias is a star,? center
Boban Marjanovich said.
?Tobias is a star everywhere.
Tobias is a star on our show.
Tobias is a star in this
league.
?Tobias is a star when he
come to a restaurant and order all healthy food and start
to put some new recipe for a
chef to think, ?I can put that
on my menu.? He?s a star everywhere.?
Others have found few
chances to leave the bench.
Other than the injured Teodosic, five Clippers have yet
to crack double-digits in
minutes played: Johnathan
Motley and Angel Delgado,
who are on two-way contracts, guard Jawun Evans,
veteran forward Wesley
Johnson and training camp
invitee Desi Rodriguez.
?We have so many different combinations that we
can trot out there and we?re
going to use them all,? Rivers
said.
?In no way the subs combinations that I?ll play tomorrow I would do in a real
game, but that?s what exhibition season is for.?
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Twitter: @andrewgreif
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LAT IMES. C OM/ SP ORT S
Kovalchuk still trying to get up to speed
After five years in
Russia, Kings newbie
is adjusting to faster
pace, smaller rink.
HELENE ELLIOTT
There are
more than a
few flecks of
gray in Ilya
Kovalchuk?s
hair now, five
years after he
left the New
Jersey Devils and the NHL
to play in his native Russia.
In another sure sign of
the passage of time, the
pace in the NHL has become much faster during his
absence. Kovalchuk acknowledged that Friday,
before the Kings opened the
season with a 3-2 overtime
loss to the San Jose Sharks
at Staples Center, but he?s
not prepared to concede
anything.
?I?m trying to keep up.
I?m young 35,? said Kovalchuk, who signed a threeyear, $18.75-million contract
last summer with the goalstarved Kings. ?It is [faster],
but speed is not everything.
You?ve got to understand
the game to be in the right
position and sometimes less
speed is better. You?ve got to
use your tools, what you
know the best, what you can
do the best, and play the
game like the coaches ask
you.?
Kovalchuk?s mission is to
score goals, especially on
the power play. The Kings
ranked 16th in the NHL last
season by scoring an average of 2.89 goals per game ?
they were 17th in power-play
efficiency at 20.4% ? and
that wasn?t enough to support their league-leading
defense.
They had to change
something after they were
shut out by Vegas in the first
and last games of a firstround playoff sweep and
scored only three goals.
Unable to develop a young
scorer, they signed an old
one. Kovalchuk has done it
before: He piled up 417 goals
and 816 points in 816 games
with Atlanta and New Jersey and he was voted the
most valuable player in
Russia?s gold-medal triumph at the Pyeongchang
Olympics, a tournament
weakened by the absence of
NHL players. Whether he
still can score enough goals
in the NHL to make an
impact might determine the
Kings? fate this season.
Tempting though it
might be to make an instant
judgment, it will take time
to reach a fair verdict. Kovalchuk played 20 minutes
15 seconds Friday, including
5:36 on the power play, and
was credited with two shots
on goal, three attempts that
were blocked, and one shot
that missed the net.
He?s still adjusting to
unfamiliar sights and
sounds and linemates; he
said after the morning skate
Friday that while playing an
exhibition game at Staples
Center he felt like he had
played in a football stadium,
so cavernous is his new
home arena compared to
those in Russia?s Kontinental Hockey League. The ice
surfaces of NHL rinks are 15
feet narrower, at 85 feet, and
that?s another recalibration
for him to make.
?I think to be honest with
you, we knew training camp
was going to be a process
that he had to go through to
get acclimated to the game
over here again. Smaller
rink, tighter checking. And
you know training camp can
be a grind,? coach John
Stevens said. ?He did some
things and showed some
flashes in preseason that
kind of get you excited. I
think the big thing for us
was just trying to figure out
who he?s best suited to play
with.?
Kovalchuk played the
right side on Friday with
center Anze Kopitar and left
wing Alex Iafallo and afterward drew praise from
Stevens. Kovalchuk said he
felt much better than he had
during exhibition games but
was critical of his and the
team?s 0-for-five performance on the power play.
?We?ve got to be better with
the tools we?ve got,? Kovalchuk said after the game.
?We?ve got to be better than
what we?re at right now.?
Defenseman Drew
Doughty said management?s commitment to
spending money on Kovalchuk influenced his own
decision to re-sign with the
Kings for eight years. ?He?s
going to bring some great
goal-scoring for us and good
things in the room,? Doughty said. ?He?s a lot of fun to
be around, both on and off
the ice. ... Very good at moving laterally and making
moves around guys and
opening space up for everyone else, so we?re very happy
to have him and can?t wait to
see what he can do for us.?
They?ll have to wait a
little longer, but if Kovalchuk can recapture his
scoring magic Staples Center could be a showcase for
the Kings and the Lakers,
with Kovalchuk on the ice
and LeBron James on the
court. ?He?s a little bigger,?
Kovalchuk said. ?It?s great. I
think it?s great for the sport
market in L.A. It?s already a
great sports city but him to
come here, I think they
became right away the
contenders for the title. It
will be great to see them
play against Golden State.
It will be fun.?
How much fun the Kings
have will depend on Kovalchuk.
Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press
THE KINGS? Tyler Toffoli feels defensive pressure from San Jose?s Brent Burns
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as he drives the puck. Toffoli scored a goal in the Kings? overtime loss.
DUCKS TONIGHT
AT ARIZONA
When: 6
On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830.
Update: The Ducks opened the season with a 5-2 victory
Wednesday in San Jose, as John Gibson made 31 saves. Five
players had goals for Anaheim, including rookie Max
Comtois 49 seconds into the game. The Coyotes lost their
opener Thursday in Dallas 3-0, giving up three goals in a 96second span in the second period. The Ducks were 3-1-0
against Arizona last season.
? staff reports
NHL STANDINGS
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Pacific
Vancouver
DUCKS
San Jose
KINGS
Edmonton
Vegas
Arizona
Calgary
Central
Winnipeg
Nashville
Dallas
Colorado
Chicago
Minnesota
St. Louis
W
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
W
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
L
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
OL Pts GF GA
0 2 5 2
0 2 5 2
0 2 5 7
1 1 2 3
0 0 0 0
0 0 2 5
0 0 0 3
0 0 2 5
OL Pts GF GA
0 2 5 1
0 2 3 2
0 2 3 0
0 2 4 1
0 2 4 3
0 0 1 4
0 0 1 5
Note: Overtime or shootout losses worth one point.
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Metropolitan
Washington
Carolina
NY Islanders
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Columbus
New Jersey
NY Rangers
Atlantic
Toronto
Boston
Detroit
Montreal
Ottawa
Florida
Tampa Bay
Buffalo
W
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
W
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
L
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
OL Pts GF GA
1 3 13 7
1 3 4 3
0 2 2 1
0 2 7 6
0 2 5 2
0 2 4 5
0 0 0 0
0 0 2 3
OL Pts GF GA
0 2 3 2
0 2 4 7
1 1 2 3
1 1 2 3
1 1 3 4
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 4
Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press
KINGS GOALTENDER Jonathan Quick, right, turns away a shot by the Sharks? Joonas Donskoi in the first
period. Quick stopped 30 of 33 shots in the season-opening loss to San Jose at Staples Center.
Kings go 0 for 5 on power play
as opener is ruined by Sharks
[Kings, from D3]
ing to keep getting chances,
some of them are going to go
in.?
A seething Doughty went
to the dressing room without putting much weight on
his left leg following a whack
from Meier near the benches
in the second period. He returned later in the period after only a few missed shifts
as the building exhaled.
There was optimistic
news on the injury front in
the morning. Dustin Brown
is expected to be out ?weeks
and not months,? with a broken finger, Kings coach John
Stevens said.
Toffoli?s second-period
goal was a reflection of the
Kings finding their forecheck and countering the
Sharks? transition game.
They kept the puck in San
Jose?s end and Tanner Pearson?s shot off the end boards
bounced to the right side for
Toffoli to swipe in with
Sharks goalie Martin Jones
unable to slide over in time.
It was an underwhelming
start until Kopitar got the
crowd back into it with a tapin strike to get the Kings to
2-1 late in the first period. Alex Iafallo did the initial work
when he distracted two
Sharks behind the net. The
Kings worked the puck up
top, from Doughty to Derek
Forbort, whose shot Iafallo
redirected to Kopitar on the
right side for his first goal of
the season.
?You don?t want to get
down, 2-0, but I think coming
back shows, again, the character of this group,? Kopitar
said. ?They have a game
under their belt. We didn?t. I
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thought when we kind of got
our feet wet, we were a lot
better, a lot more composed
with the puck, made some
good plays, encouraging
plays.
?Obviously the power
play?s going to have to get
better [than 0 for 5]. We?re
going to have to find a way to
score. That?s pretty much
the difference in this game.?
San Jose imposed its
game early and got goals by
Meier and Evander Kane.
Meier
deflected
MarcEdouard Vlasic?s shot halfway through the first period
after Joe Thornton spotted
Vlasic from the boards and
zipped the puck to him.
Kane?s second goal in as
many games was a shot
ripped high over Jonathan
Quick, short side, after San
Jose?s forecheck locked in
the Kings.
Wagner looked locked in
from his first shift, and he
nearly scored on two partial
breakaways. The 21-year-old
said he slept ?off and on? the
night before, and his first
game occurred with all the
ceremony of a season
opener, namely player introductions. His family flew in
from Calgary, Canada, and
his brother, Tyler, was texting him beforehand.
?They were, like, blowing
up my phone,? Wagner said
before the game. ?I?m freaking out right now with all this
pressure. But there?s no
pressure, to be honest. I
don?t have pressure going in
and performing.?
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0
1
0
0
bus? Alexander Wennberg defends.
RESULTS
SAN JOSE 3
AT KINGS 2 (OT)
CAROLINA 3
AT COLUMBUS 1
Kevin Labanc scores at 2:54 of overtime as the Sharks
defeat the Kings in L.A.?s season opener.
Hurricanes? Sebastian Aho and Micheal Ferland each had
a goal and an assist and Curtis McElhinney had 31 saves.
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SHARKS 3, KINGS 2, OT
San Jose...........................2
KINGS ..............................1
Jay LaPrete Associated Press
CAROLINA?S Sebastian Aho looks to pass as Colum-
1 ? 3
0 ? 2
FIRST PERIOD: 1. S.J., Meier 1 (Vlasic, Thornton),
9:42. 2. S.J., Kane 2 (Suomela, Donskoi), 13:48. 3.
KINGS, Kopitar 1 (Iafallo, Forbort), 17:15.
Penalty?Braun, S.J., (tripping), 7:05.
SECOND PERIOD: 4. KINGS, Toffoli 1 (Pearson), 0:37.
Penalties?Suomela, S.J., (tripping), 8:49. Pearson,
KINGS, (hooking), 16:33. Pavelski, S.J., (interference),
16:38. Goodrow, S.J., (illegal check to head), 20:00.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring?None. Penalties?Carter,
KINGS, (interference), 5:38. Sorensen, S.J., (hooking),
12:07. Kempe, KINGS, (slashing), 17:39.
OVERTIME: 5. S.J., Labanc 1 (E.Karlsson, Couture),
2:54. Penalties?None.
SHOTS ON GOAL: S.J. 9-12-10-2?33. KINGS 8-8-5?
21. Power-play conversions?S.J. 0 of 3. KINGS 0 of 5.
GOALIES: S.J., Jones 0-1-0 (21 shots-19 saves).
KINGS, Quick 0-0-0 (33-30). A?18,230 (18,230).
T?2:35.
TODAY?S GAMES
DUCKS at Arizona, 6 p.m.
Winnipeg at Dallas, 4 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Buffalo, 4 p.m.
Florida at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m.
Vegas at Minnesota, 5 p.m.
Philadelphia at Colorado, 6 p.m.
Edmonton vs. New Jersey in Sweden, 10 a.m.
Montreal at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.
Ottawa at Toronto, 4 p.m.
Nashville at N.Y. Islanders, 4 p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
Vancouver at Calgary, 7 p.m.
SUNDAY?S GAMES
Detroit at KINGS, 7:30 p.m.
Toronto at Chicago, 4 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Carolina, 2 p.m.
MONDAY?S GAMES
Detroit at DUCKS, 7 p.m.
San Jose at N.Y. Islanders, 10 a.m.
Ottawa at Boston, 10 a.m.
Vegas at Buffalo, noon
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L AT I ME S . CO M/ S P O RT S
NFL
CHARGERS REPORT
Raiders seem to bring out best in Rivers
By Jeff Miller
Philip Rivers is off to
such a notable start that it
was even big news Sunday
when he rushed for one yard.
The
Chargers,
who
hadn?t run a quarterback
sneak with Rivers since 2011,
had the 36-year-old convert
a fourth-and-one in the first
quarter against San Francisco.
?Just because nobody
was expecting that,? offensive
coordinator
Ken
said,
?we
Whisenhunt
thought it might have a
chance.?
Through four games, the
offense has gained 1,655
yards. But those other 1,654
weren?t nearly as historic as
Rivers? one-yard keeper.
Entering the Chargers
game against Oakland on
Sunday, the Hall of Famebound quarterback has 11
touchdown passes. That?s
the most he?s ever had
through the first quarter of a
season.
He has thrown just two
interceptions and, thanks in
part to his quick trigger,
been sacked only five times.
Arizona?s Sam Bradford, in
comparison,
has
been
sacked six times with 67
fewer pass attempts.
?He?s fully committed,?
Raiders coach Jon Gruden
said. ?He?s full metal jacket.
He?s all in. His preparation
behind the scenes is legendary, really.?
Rivers is in his 13th season as a starter but has faced
a Gruden-coached team
only once. In 2008, the Chargers beat Tampa Bay on a
day when Rivers threw for
four touchdowns.
He has defeated the
Raiders 16 times in 24 starts,
his most accomplished
record against any opponent.
So, even playing in front
Robert Gauthier Los Angeles Times
IN 24 GAMES against the Raiders, the Chargers? Philip Rivers has completed 64% of his passes with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.
of a StubHub Center crowd
that?s expected to be so proRaiders that the Chargers
practiced this week amid
blaring, artificial crowd
noise, Rivers figures to be
comfortable.
?They?ve had different
defenses
and
different
coaches and things over the
last 15 years,? Rivers said,
when asked about his success against Oakland.
?So I don?t think there?s
anything to a certain
scheme or anything like
that. But hopefully we keep
it going.?
In the 24 games against
the Raiders, Rivers has com-
pleted 64% of his passes for
6,055 yards, with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.
This time, he?ll face a defense that is next to last in
the NFL in points allowed.
Last week, a Cleveland team
led by rookie quarterback
Baker Mayfield scored 42
points on the Raiders.
?He?s still as talented as
he has been in the past,?
Gruden said of Rivers, who,
since Week 11 of last season,
leads the NFL in yards passing and touchdowns. ?His
legs are in great shape. They
have a creative scheme and a
lot of problem weapons to
deal with.?
And now the Chargers
also have Rivers? feet as a
weapon, although one yard
at a time isn?t likely to be
enough on an NFL Sunday.
Hurt locker
Left
tackle
Russell
Okung (groin) was again
limited in practice Friday,
with the Chargers officially
designating him as questionable
against
the
Raiders.
Coach Anthony Lynn
said a decision on Okung?s
playing status would be
made Sunday.
Right tackle Joe Barksdale (knee) also was limited
AROUND THE
LEAGUE
Green Bay will miss receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring) for a second straight
week. Detroit ruled out defensive end Ziggy Ansah
(shoulder), guard T.J. Lang
(concussion) and tight end
Michael Roberts (knee). ...
Safety Eric Reid, out of football for nine months before
signing with Carolina last
week, will start Sunday
against the Giants. Tight
end Greg Olsen is ruled out.
... Tennessee will miss linebacker Wesley Woodyard
(shoulder) and safety Kenny
Vaccaro (elbow) Sunday at
Buffalo. ... New York Jets cornerback Trumaine Johnson
(quadriceps) will not play
Sunday against Denver.
The Chargers expect to
have defensive tackle Corey
Liuget back Sunday after he
served a four-game suspension for testing positive for
performance-enhancing
drugs.
?For my own sanity, just
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Hall of Famer?s 2012
suicide allegedly was
linked to brain injuries
suffered in the league.
wire reports
Etc.
Liuget is back
to get out there and play, I
think would be great for me,?
Liuget said. ?Just get these
jitterbugs off of me.?
Liuget?s return figures to
help the Chargers? defense
against the run. Lynn said
the presence of the 6-foot-2,
300-pound Liuget might
even aid the pass rush,
which has been lacking.
?He?ll help defend the
run,? Lynn said. ?Getting a
little push in the middle ? it
might take some pressure
off the outside pass rushers.?
Seau?s family
settles lawsuit
against NFL
Beckham
questions
Giants?
heart
Odell Beckham Jr. had
been on his best behavior for
the New York Giants, but the
receiver made waves in an
ESPN interview in which he
questions the team?s heart,
energy and offensive attack.
The interview airs Sunday, but in a clip made public
Friday he said (among other
things), ?We just need to play
with some heart.?
Beckham did not speak
to reporters, even after
coach Pat Shurmur suggested they ask about his remarks. Quarterback Eli
Manning saw reporters approach his locker, turned
around and said,?No.?
As for throwing downfield ? Beckham had questioned ?How come we don?t
attempt or try to throw the
ball for more than 20 yards??
? Shurmur said the team
will continue trying to do so.
Beckham, who signed a fiveyear, $95-million contract in
August, has not scored a
touchdown this season.
Fellow receiver Sterling
Shepard said Friday, ?I
think what he?s talking
about is just before the game
some guys are different.
Some guys want to sit at
their locker and look over
plays. Some guys want to get
rowdy. That?s what kind of
personality he has, and
that?s what he likes to see.?
in practice and is listed as
doubtful.
Wide receiver Travis
Benjamin (foot) did not
practice and isn?t likely to return until near the end of the
month. His right foot is in a
cast and Lynn said the plan
was for Benjamin to rest the
injury for ?a couple weeks.?
Teri Figueroa
Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times
TODD GURLEY CATCHES a touchdown pass against the Vikings last week.
Gurley has two receiving touchdowns and four rushing touchdowns this season.
Gurley glad to share credit
with Goff and his receivers
[Rams, from D3]
touchdowns.?
Gurley was joking. He
regularly goes out of his way
to compliment teammates
and spread credit for personal and team success.
Coach Sean McVay said
Gurley was only one of many
important parts of the offense. ?We talk about the
power of the unit all the
time,? McVay said, ?and it?s
about all 11.?
Gurley, however, affects
the rushing and passing attacks in ways that are quantifiable and less obvious.
The mere threat of the 6foot-1, 224-pound Gurley
carrying the ball forces defenses to account for him,
opening the passing game
for Goff and receivers.
?When we?re able to do
our play-action stuff, and
he?s the guy that we?re faking
to, adds a little bit of emphasis on those linebackers
stepping up and everyone
having to fill in a little bit
more,? Goff said.
After a Week 1 victory
over the Raiders, Gurley
said that it was clear from
the first few snaps that the
defense?s focus was to stop
him. So he let teammates
know.
A quarter of the way
through the season, Gurley
still feels the focus.
?I know players on every
team and we talk all the
time,? he said. ?They tell me
during the game, ?We?re not
going to give you nothing.
So, you?re going to have to
earn it.?
?You hear it throughout
the week, press conferences,
whatever it is. Even in the
game, guys are like, ?Uh, uh
[No.] 30. You ain?t getting
nothing.?
?But at the end of the day,
we?re going to line up, we?re
going to run the ball and
you?re still just going to have
to stop us.?
No opponent this season
has done it. The Rams
have not scored fewer than
33 points, ?and they?re
making it look easy,? Carroll
said.
?[Gurley] draws all of
the focus and then the explosions and the variety of
things that they?re able to
with the array of receivers
that they have just make
it really difficult,? Carroll
said.
Gurley is contributing
beyond his threat as a runner or receiver. Goff credits
the fifth-year pro and
backup Malcolm Brown for
outstanding pass protection.
?One thing about this
league is if you?re not going
to block for the quarterback,
then they don?t care who you
are, you?re not going to be in
the backfield,? Gurley said.
?That?s my job: Not to let my
quarterback get hit.
?It?s not that hard, you
just hold the guy up for two,
three seconds. ? I?m a big
guy, so, hopefully, I can?t get
ran over too much.?
In last season?s romp at
Seattle, Gurley ran for 152
yards and scored four touchdowns, including the long
one that gave the Rams a
34-0 halftime lead.
?Wish those came like
once or twice a year,? he said.
The way the Rams have
been playing, Gurley is due.
Etc.
McVay said linebacker
Mark Barron (Achilles) was
on track to start against the
Seahawks, but the injury report listed Barron as questionable. Barron said he was
?functional? and would
monitor
his
condition
through pregame warmups.
? Tight end Tyler Higbee
(knee) was limited and is
questionable. Offensive lineman Rodger Saffold (knee)
was a full participant in
practice. Kick returner JoJo
Natson (hand) also was a full
participant.
gary.klein@latimes.com
Twitter: @latimesklein
The family of Chargers
great and Hall of Famer Junior Seau has reached a confidential settlement with the
NFL over the star?s suicide
six years ago.
On Friday, the former
linebacker?s family filed notice in federal court that it
was dismissing the case
against the NFL.
Seau, 42, had played 20
seasons in the league ? 13
with the Chargers ? before
retiring in 2009.
In May 2012, he shot himself in the chest in his Oceanside home.
A postmortem study of
Seau?s brain showed that he
suffered from chronic traumatic
encephalopathy.
Commonly referred to as
CTE, it is a degenerative
brain condition that has
been attributed to repeated
concussions.
His family sued the NFL,
alleging that his suicide was
linked to brain injuries suffered during his time in the
league.
Seau?s family filed their
notice of voluntary dismissal of the case Friday in U.S.
District Court in the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania,
court records show.
The document does not
include details of the settlement.
Neither an NFL spokesman nor the lead attorney
representing the NFL in the
Seau case immediately responded to a request for
comment.
Attorney Steve Strauss,
who represented Seau?s four
children and his estate in the
federal suit, said in a phone
interview that he could not
discuss the amount and
terms of settlement, citing
its confidential nature.
But Strauss said his clients are ?pleased? with the
settlement.
In a written statement
announcing Friday?s filing,
Jim McIsaac Getty Images
JUNIOR SEAU played
20 NFL seasons, including 13 with the Chargers.
He also starred at USC.
Strauss said Seau?s children
?have demonstrated the
same spirit and commitment that their father Junior modeled during his incredible life and NFL career.
We know he would have been
proud of them.?
Seau?s children filed a
wrongful death suit against
the NFL in 2013 in San Diego
Superior Court. That suit
was eventually included in a
federal class action brought
by about 5,000 former players regarding brain injuries.
But when the class
reached a settlement ? one
upheld on appeal ? the
Seau family opted out in 2014
and continued their legal action separately.
At that time, attorney
Strauss said the class settlement did not address the
wrongful death claims the
family sued under, nor would
it provide compensation for
relatives of former players ?
such as Seau?s four children.
Under the terms that deal,
his family would have gotten
$4 million.
Before his lengthy NFL
career, Seau played at USC.
In 2015, Seau was posthumously inducted into the
Pro Football Hall of Fame as
a first-ballot selection.
Strauss confirmed Friday that the settlement ends
any litigation the family had
with the NFL.
They still have a case
pending against helmet
maker Riddell Inc.
teri.figueroa
@sduniontribune.com
D8
LAT IMES. C OM/ SP ORT S
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
MATCHUPS:
UCLA (0-4, 0-1) vs.
No. 10 Wash. (4-1, 2-0)
4:30 p.m. Saturday, Rose Bowl. TV: Channel 11. Radio: 570, 1150, 97.3.
By Ben Bolch
Marquee matchup
UCLA?s defense vs.
Washington tailback Myles
Gaskin. The Bruins have
held two of their last three
opponents without a 100yard rusher, something
UCLA had not done in the
previous 16 games going
back to late in the 2016 season. But the Bruins haven?t
faced anyone this season
the caliber of Gaskin, who is
on pace to rush for more
than 1,000 yards for a fourth
consecutive season. That
would make him only the
10th Football Bowl Subdivision player to accomplish
that feat since freshman
eligibility began in 1972.
Getting offensive
Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times
UCLA COACH Chip Kelly looks at the scoreboard as the clock runs down in the fourth quarter against Okla-
homa on Sept. 8. The Bruins are 0-4 in Kelly?s first season as they prepare to take on Washington today.
Kelly, Bruins can learn
from Petersen, Huskies
[UCLA, from D3]
surprise me at all the success they?re having.?
Unlike Kelly, whose team
is coming off consecutive
losing seasons, Petersen
didn?t exactly commence a
full rebuilding upon his arrival in Seattle. Washington
was already on an upward
trajectory under Steve Sarkisian, finishing the 2013 season 9-4 and ranked No. 25 in
the Associated Press poll after Sarkisian departed for
USC before the team?s bowl
game.
Petersen credited Sarkisian with helping to steady
the program and make it a
more attractive destination
only five years removed from
a 0-12 season.
?It?s all about timing,?
Petersen said shortly after
he was hired.
The Huskies opened the
2014 season ranked No. 25 ?
the first time they had been
ranked in the preseason
since 2003 ? and rolled off a
4-0 start before finishing 8-6
with a loss to Oklahoma
State in the Cactus Bowl.
There were challenges
amid the early success.
Petersen dismissed a handful of players, including
standout cornerback Marcus Peters, and used teambonding exercises that former offensive lineman Ben
Riva described as ?cheesy
stuff.?
?There?s hard decisions
?It can be hard on
guys that you
didn?t recruit
because things are
a little bit
different than
how they were
recruited in.?
? Chris Petersen,
Washington coach, on taking
over a new football program
along the way,? Petersen
said this week. ?Sometimes
you?ve got to just keep recruiting your guys to get in.
It can be hard on guys that
you didn?t recruit because
things are a little bit different than how they were recruited in.?
More than a year into the
job, Petersen estimated that
the culture change he hoped
to implement might take another year to fully take hold.
The Huskies featured a
younger roster in 2015 and
went 7-6 with a victory over
Southern Mississippi in the
Cotton Bowl.
Everything fell into place
in 2016 once the team?s freshmen became sophomores,
quarterback Jake Browning
leading Washington to the
Pac-12 title and a berth in the
College Football Playoff before losing to Alabama in a
national semifinal.
The Huskies have largely
sustained their success,
with Browning now a senior
and the school?s all-time
leading passer.
Kelly has never set any
definitive goals at UCLA
other than saying he wanted
to ?win now? ? a sentiment
echoed this week by Petersen when asked about his
timetable for competing for
Pac-12 titles once he took the
Washington job.
?The plan is to win right
away ? I don?t think anyone
goes in saying, ?It?s going to
take years to get that done,? ?
Petersen said. ?We don?t
have years. I know it takes
longer than we all want it to,
it just kind of depends, I
think, in terms of the talent
and culture that you inherit,
how similar it is to what you
were envisioning.?
Kelly inherited one of the
nation?s toughest schedules,
UCLA?s first five opponents
having gone a combined 21-2.
The Bruins also are among
the youngest teams in the
country, their roster featuring 71.7% underclassmen.
That?s the fifth-highest percentage of underclassmen in
the nation according to a
preseason survey of Football
Bowl Subdivision schools.
Maybe it should come as
no surprise that UCLA is one
of only four winless FBS
Washington (438.8
ypg/28.8 ppg): Strengths
abound for the Huskies,
who feature the all-time
leading passer in school
history in quarterback Jake
Browning (10,347 yards) and
the all-time leading rusher
in Gaskin (4,493 yards).
Washington is 14-1 over the
last three seasons when one
player rushes for at least 100
yards.
UCLA (312 ypg/17 ppg):
The Bruins found their run
game against Colorado
thanks to Joshua Kelley?s
breakthrough 124-yard
effort, but they need to
supplement it with a competent air attack. Quarterback Dorian ThompsonRobinson has completed
less than 50% of his passes
in each of his last two games
while throwing for a combined two touchdowns and
two interceptions.
Getting defensive
Defensive back Taylor Rapp
leads the nation with three
fumble recoveries.
UCLA (421.5 ypg/37.8
ppg): The theme of the week
has been improving the
second-half effort after the
Bruins gave up 243 yards
and 22 points after halftime
against Fresno State and
281 yards and 24 points in
the second half against
Colorado. ?I think it?s mental fatigue,? UCLA coach
Chip Kelly said, ?so we?ve
got to be able to play consistently.?
Something special
UCLA kicker J.J. Molson
has become Mr. Automatic,
making all four of his field
goals and all eight of his
extra-point attempts this
season. ? Washington?s
Peyton Henry missed both
of his field-goal attempts
against Brigham Young last
week but has made six of
nine for the season.
Of note
The Pac-12 Networks will
host ?The Pregame? starting at noon outside the
stadium along North Arroyo
Boulevard near Gate A, the
hourlong show previewing
its coverage of Saturday
games on the network. ?
Washington coach Chris
Petersen has never coached
a game at the Rose Bowl in
his 13 seasons as a head
coach.
Injury report
UCLA linebacker Jaelan
Phillips missed at least
three practices this week
because of an unspecified
injury and right tackle
Justin Murphy was limited
in practice by an apparent
knee injury suffered against
Colorado. Receiver Christian Pabico also was slowed
by a leg injury suffered
against Fresno State on
Sept. 15, with his status
unclear for Saturday.
teams, along with Nebraska,
Texas El Paso and San Jose
State.
Kelly has kept the same
approach in his routine and
practice plans, a consistency
his players said they appreciated in their quest for a
first victory.
?He just keeps saying,
like, ?Keep going, keep going
hard, just keep pushing
through,? ? cornerback Elijah Gates said.
Kelly was also beleaguered the only other time
he faced Petersen as a head
coach.
In his first game at Oregon, in 2009, Kelly?s Ducks
lost to Petersen?s Boise
State Broncos in a prelude
to a more unsettling moment. Oregon running back
LeGarrette Blount punched
a player after the game, leading to a lengthy suspension.
Everything turned out
just fine. Blount eventually
returned and the Ducks
ended that season in the
Rose Bowl, commencing a
four-year run in which
Kelly?s teams went 46-7.
Now he?s trying to avoid
that many losses in his first
season with the Bruins.
?It?s always a little different,? Petersen said of winning at a new school. ?But it?s
a tough process. You just
have to stick to your script.?
Washington (281 ypg/11.6
ppg): The Huskies feature
the nation?s top scoring
defense and have allowed
only one passing touchdown
all season, to Auburn on the
first drive of the season.
ben.bolch@latimes.com
Twitter: @latbbolch
WASHINGTON?S Myles Gaskin, eluding Utah?s
ben.bolch@latimes.com
Twitter: @latbbolch
Rick Bowmer Associated Press
Cody Barton, is the Huskies? all-time leading rusher.
NOTES
Georgia Tech runs wild
in blowout of Louisville
associated press
Timothy D. Easley Associated Press
GEORGIA TECH quarterback TaQuon Marshall is chased by Louisville defend-
ers. Marshall rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns.
TaQuon Marshall ran for
175 yards and two scores to
lead Georgia Tech to a 66-31
victory over Louisville on
Friday night.
The visiting Yellow Jackets (3-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast
Conference) ran for a season-high 542 yards, the
third-best total in school history and the second most
ever yielded by the Cardinals
(2-4, 0-3). Tobias Oliver, who
relieved
Marshall
at
quarterback in the third
quarter, ran for two scores.
In their first nine drives,
the Yellow Jackets scored
eight touchdowns and a field
goal. Then they got a 95-yard
interception return for a
score from Juanyeh Thomas
with 2:18 left.
?We didn?t have any answers for their offense,?
Louisville coach Bobby
Petrino said. ?They did a
good job executing.?
Love leads Utah St.
to victory over BYU
Jordan Love threw for a
career-high four touchdowns and ran for another
as Utah State beat Brigham
Young 45-20. The Aggies
(4-1) have scored 30-plus
points in their first five
games for the first time.
BYU (3-3) had only 39
yards on the ground.
Ex-player charged
in lineman?s death
A former Rice University
football player was charged
with selling the drugs that a
current player fatally overdosed on in March. Stuart
Michael Mouchantaf, 25,
was being held in a county
jail in Houston on a charge of
delivery of a controlled substance causing death.
The county district attorney?s office says in a news release that Blain Padgett, a
21-year-old defensive lineman, thought he was buying
hydrocodone but actually
received
pills
from
Mouchantaf containing carfentanil, which was originally made as an elephant
tranquilizer.
Changes in transfer
rules are proposed
The NCAA Division I
Council has introduced legislation that would allow
some athletes to transfer
and be immediately eligible
to play for a new school if
there is a coaching change
before the first day of fall
classes.
The NCAA announced
four new rules proposed by
the council. The others
would require schools to
commit two years of financial aid for all graduate
transfers, allow walk-ons to
play
immediately
after
transferring and prohibit
athletes from competing for
different schools in the same
academic year.
D9
L AT I ME S . CO M/ S P O RT S
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
A great escape as Santee triumphs
Players from both
City teams use
football as a diversion
from everyday life.
SANTEE 49
MANUAL ARTS 20
ERIC SONDHEIMER
ON HIGH SCHOOLS
Looking out from the
Manual Arts High football
field on Friday afternoon,
you could see six giant construction cranes surrounding the nearby Coliseum,
the place where athletes
make dreams come true.
On this day, a group of
teenagers from Santee and
Manual Arts spent 21?2
hours playing football in
front of no TV cameras, no
Internet recruiting gurus
and fewer than 150 people in
the stands.
One player has been
working eight hours a day
on weekends cleaning
dishes for $12 an hour to
support his family. Another
has been trying to pass his
calculus class to stay eligible. Another has been late to
practice because he has to
babysit his brother.
This is real life in the City
Section.
?Everyone has their own
problems and comes to this
team to escape their problems,? said Santee linebacker Henry Gallardo, who also
has a 4.0 grade-point average.
Santee (7-1, 4-0) took a
big step toward trying to win
its first Exposition League
title since the school opened
in 2004 after a 49-20 win over
the Toilers.
Joseph Todd surpassed
the 1,500-yard rushing mark
for the season after gaining
164 yards in 27 carries and
scoring three touchdowns.
Quarterback Akili Murry
rushed for 165 yards in 12
carries and scored two
touchdowns. Andrey Herrera had touchdown runs of
37 and 51 yards.
The Santee offensive
line, led by 6-1, 280-pound
four-year starter Kennon
Durante, continually created clear paths for the
skill-position players to pick
Photographs by
Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times
SANTEE RUNNING BACK Joseph Todd breaks free from the Manual Arts defense. Todd finished with 164 yards rushing.
SANTEE LINEBACKER Henry Gallardo (5), who stands 5 foot 7, breaks up a
pass intended for Manual Arts running back Michael Blow.
THE TIMES? PREP FOOTBALL RANKINGS
Complete results, D10
How The Times? top 25 teams fared Friday (losses are shaded)
Rk. School (W-L)
Result
Next game
1 ST. JOHN BOSCO (7-0)
def. Orange Lutheran, 63-28
vs. Mater Dei (at Santa Ana Stadium), Friday
2 MATER DEI (6-1)
def. Santa Margarita, 49-7
vs. St. John Bosco (at Santa Ana Stadium), Friday
3 CORONA CENTENNIAL (7-0)
def. Corona, 78-0
at Norco, Friday
4 MISSION VIEJO (8-0)
def. Capistrano Valley, 31-24
at San Clemente, Oct. 19
5 OAKS CHRISTIAN (7-0)
def. Newbury Park, 55-0
vs. St. Bonaventure (at Ventura College), Friday
6 JSERRA (6-1)
def. Servite, 49-6
vs. Orange Lutheran, Friday
7 ORANGE LUTHERAN (4-3)
lost to St. John Bosco, 63-28
at JSerra, Friday
8 UPLAND (6-1)
def. Los Osos, 45-23
at Etiwanda, Friday
9 BISHOP AMAT (6-1)
def. Gardena Serra, 35-14
at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Friday
def. Fountain Valley, 49-21
vs. Los Alamitos (at Cerritos College), Friday
11 NORCO (6-1)
def. Corona Santiago, 33-22
vs. Corona Centennial, Friday
12 CALABASAS (6-1)
def. Sierra Canyon, 42-35
at Newbury Park, Friday
13 NARBONNE (5-3)
def. San Pedro, 62-7
vs. Gardena, Oct. 19
14 CAMARILLO (7-0)
def. Bishop Diego, 49-14
at Moorpark, Friday
15 CHAMINADE (2-5)
lost to Alemany, 31-14
vs. Loyola, Friday
16 SIERRA CANYON (5-3)
lost to Calabasas, 42-35
at San Pedro, Oct. 19
17 VISTA MURRIETA (5-2)
def. Chaparral, 55-7
at Temecula Valley, Friday
18 LOS ALAMITOS (6-1)
def. Newport Harbor, 42-7
vs. Corona del Mar (at Cerritos College), Friday
19 LONG BEACH POLY (6-2)
def. Compton, 35-0
at Long Beach Jordan, Friday
20 VILLA PARK (6-1)
def. El Dorado, 49-3 (Thur.)
at Yorba Linda, Friday
21 CAJON (6-1)
def. Redlands, 57-7
at Citrus Valley, Friday
22 WESTLAKE (6-2)
def. St. Bonaventure, 39-7
vs. Newbury Park, Oct. 19
23 SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (5-2)
def. Loyola, 28-7
vs. Bishop Amat, Friday
24 SANTA MARGARITA (2-5)
lost to Mater Dei, 49-7
vs. Servite (at Trabuco Hills), Thursday
25 RANCHO VERDE (7-0)
def. Elsinore, 63-13
vs. Valley View, Friday
?I have to go for their
legs,? he said with a smile.
He talked about trying to
avoid violence and drugs in
his neighborhood and how
playing for the football team
has made a difference.
?It?s just hard,? he said.
?This team has changed
me.?
Both schools are in Division III and must work hard
to prevent the occasional
top player from leaving to
join a football power. Manual Arts is a 17-time City
champion trying to recapture its glory days. Santee is
using a power rushing attack and veteran team to be
the No. 1 seed in Division III.
Afterward, both teams
graciously shook hands.
Manual Arts coach Duane
Horn was telling players,
?We?ll see you again.?
eric.sondheimer@latimes.com
Hutson sparks the Braves
Electrifying dynamo
returns two kicks for
scores and adds two
touchdown catches.
ST. JOHN BOSCO 63
ORANGE LUTHERAN 28
By Devin Ugland
10 CORONA DEL MAR (6-1)
up yards and score touchdowns. Manual Arts (5-3,
3-1) received a huge game
from Thomas Whitehead,
who caught a 40-yard touchdown pass and broke off
touchdown runs of 58 and 51
yards.
Todd is the player who
cleans dishes in a restaurant on weekends.
?It?s something I have to
do,? he said. ?I have to be a
man and it?s something I
don?t want to do later on.?
Co-coaches David Tejada and John Petty try to
teach football but understand their players have
challenges.
?I?m always amazed with
the resiliency of the kids,?
Tejada said.
Take Gallardo, who?s 5-7,
weighs 145 pounds and
somehow figures out how to
tackle 200-pound running
backs.
After St. John Bosco?s
Kristopher Hutson scored
his second kickoff-return
touchdown of the night ?
and the Braves? third of the
game overall ? an Orange
Lutheran fan deep in the
stands cried out, ?Kick it to
me!? in hopes that the Lancers wouldn?t fall victim to another home-run play.
The advice came a couple
of kicks too late, however, as
the top-ranked and undefeated Braves defeated No. 7
Orange Lutheran 63-28 in a
Trinity League home game
Friday night, setting up a
highly anticipated showdown with No. 2 Mater Dei
next Friday night at Santa
Ana Stadium.
Bosco (7-0, 2-0) broke a 2121 tie late in the first half
when Tyus Poyer took a
pooched kickoff back 70
yards for a score with two
seconds left in the second
quarter, helping the Braves
go ahead 28-21 at halftime.
Hutson opened the third
quarter with his second kickoff-return touchdown of the
game, a 93-yard burst up the
middle, to give St. John
Bosco a two-score advantage and all the momentum
it needed.
?Those were back-breakers,? Braves coach Jason Negro said. ?[Hutson] is electric. He can hurt you in so
many ways. He can catch the
ball, he?s a great return man,
and he?s just electrifying
when he gets the ball in his
hands.?
The 5-foot-11 junior didn?t
limit his scoring opportunities to only kickoffs, though,
as Hutson caught two
passes for 35 yards, both resulting in third-quarter
touchdowns from quarterback DJ Uiagalelei.
?On those kickoff returns, it just happened,?
Hutson said. ?We knew we
had an advantage up the
middle on special teams.
That?s where we were aiming, and that?s where I
went.?
The Lancers played St.
John Bosco tough through
the first half and into the
third quarter, trailing by
only a touchdown 35-28 after
Ryan Hilinski hit Logan
Loya for a 17-yard touchdown at the 7:48 mark of the
period.
But that was the only
touchdown Orange Lutheran (4-3, 1-1) scored in the
second half as St. John
Bosco defense dug in after a
less-than-acceptable firsthalf effort carrying over from
their
struggles
against
JSerra a week prior.
?This league has really
good players,? Negro said of
the Braves? defensive struggles. ?They are going to score
points and we have to make
adjustments. We held them
to seven points in the second
half, and I was really
pleased.?
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LAT IMES. C OM/ SP ORT S
THE DAY IN SPORTS
Wright?s ex-wife is mentally competent
date of Nov. 5. Tooson said the
change from jail time to house arrest is a ?formality? and that as
part of California law Jones will
serve only 45 days.
Tooson said Jones has been
enrolled in classes at Moorpark
College this fall in an effort to become eligible for the 2019 season.
staff and wire reports
The ex-wife of former Clippers
player Lorenzen Wright is mentally competent to stand trial in
connection with his killing, according to an evaluation read in court
Friday.
Sherra Wright and Billy Ray
Turner were charged in December
with shooting Lorenzen Wright to
death in a Memphis field in July
2010 to collect on a $1-million life insurance policy. Both have pleaded
not guilty.
Shelby County, Tenn., Judge
Lee Coffee ordered Sherra Wright
to undergo a mental examination
in August. It followed several jailhouse incidents involving Wright,
including one in which she
stripped naked, attempted to stuff
items into a toilet to flood the cell
and told guards she was ?going
swimming, y?all.?
Wright, who lived in Murrieta at
the time of her arrest, is being held
in lieu of $20-million bail.
On Friday, Coffee said the evaluation by Dr. Wyatt Nichols found
Wright to be sane at the time of her
ex-husband?s death, she is able to
understand the legal proceedings
and assist in her defense.
?It wasn?t a surprise,? Wright?s
attorney Juni Ganguli said in an
email. ?The burden for finding
someone competent to stand trial
is low.?
? Nathan Fenno
Former USC cornerback Jack
NFL INJURY
REPORT
As provided by the league:
Sunday
OAKLAND at CHARGERS?Raiders: OUT: S
Karl Joseph (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: G
Kelechi Osemele (knee). Chargers: OUT: WR
Travis Benjamin (foot), DE Joey Bosa (foot), LB
Kyzir White (knee). DOUBTFUL: T Joe Barksdale
(knee). QUESTIONABLE: T Russell Okung (groin).
RAMS at SEATTLE?Rams: OUT: K Greg
Zuerlein (right groin). QUESTIONABLE: LB Mark
Barron (ankle), TE Tyler Higbee (knee).
SeahawkS: OUT: DE Rasheem Green (ankle), LB
K.J. Wright (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DE Frank
Clark (illness), C Ethan Pocic (ankle).
ARIZONA at SAN FRANCISCO?Cardinals:
QUESTIONABLE: CB Bene' Benwikere (neck), WR
Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring, back), DE Markus
Golden (knee), DT Robert Nkemdiche (foot), DT
Corey Peters (elbow), CB Jamar Taylor (back,
hamstring), T John Wetzel (shoulder). 49ers:
OUT: WR Dante Pettis (knee). QUESTIONABLE:
RB Matt Breida (shoulder), WR Marquise Goodwin (hamstring, quadricep), T Mike McGlinchey
(knee), C Weston Richburg (knee), CB Richard
Sherman (calf), T Joe Staley (knee), CB Jimmie
Ward (hamstring).
ATLANTA at PITTSBURGH?Falcons: OUT: CB
Justin Bethel (knee), DT Grady Jarrett (ankle,
knee), DE Derrick Shelby (groin). Steelers:
DOUBTFUL: S Morgan Burnett (groin), WR Darrius Heyward-Bey (ankle), LB Vince Williams
(hamstring).
BALTIMORE at CLEVELAND?Ravens: OUT:
CB Anthony Averett (hamstring), LB Tim Williams
(hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: CB Brandon Carr
(knee), DT Willie Henry (abdomen), TE Hayden
Hurst (foot), LB Anthony Levine (hamstring), G
Alex Lewis (shoulder), DT Michael Pierce (foot),
LB Za'Darius Smith (hamstring). Browns: OUT:
LB James Burgess (knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB
Christian Kirksey (illness), S Damarious Randall
(heel).
DENVER at N.Y. JETS?Broncos: OUT: T Jared
Veldheer (knee). DOUBTFUL: P Marquette King
(right thigh). QUESTIONABLE: LB Todd Davis
(shoulder), DE Adam Gotsis (knee). Jets: OUT:
CB Trumaine Johnson (quadricep), WR Charone
Peake (hamstring), TE Neal Sterling (concussion). QUESTIONABLE: S Marcus Maye (ankle,
foot).
GREEN BAY at DETROIT?Packers: OUT: WR
Randall Cobb (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: WR
Davante Adams (calf), CB Jaire Alexander
(groin), WR Geronimo Allison (concussion, hamstring), CB Bashaud Breeland (hamstring), S
Kentrell Brice (ankle), G Justin McCray (shoulder), G Lucas Patrick (back), S Jermaine Whitehead (back). Lions: OUT: DE Ezekiel Ansah
(shoulder), G T.J. Lang (concussion), TE Michael
Roberts (knee). QUESTIONABLE: S Quandre
Diggs (hand), DE Da'Shawn Hand (ankle), LB Eli
Harold (not injury related), WR Marvin Jones (ankle), CB Nevin Lawson (illness), S Tracy Walker
(ankle), S Tavon Wilson (back).
JACKSONVILLE at KANSAS CITY?Jaguars:
OUT: RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring), CB D.J.
Hayden (toe). QUESTIONABLE: CB Tre Herndon
(hamstring). Chiefs: DOUBTFUL: S Eric Berry
(heel). QUESTIONABLE: LB Dee Ford (groin), WR
Sammy Watkins (hamstring), S Armani Watts
(groin).
MIAMI at CINCINNATI?Dolphins: OUT: TE
A.J. Derby (foot), QB Luke Falk (left wrist), CB
Bobby McCain (knee). DOUBTFUL: DE Cameron
Wake (knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB Chase Allen
(foot), LB Stephone Anthony (hamstring), RB
Brandon Bolden (hamstring), DE Andre Branch
(knee), S Reshad Jones (shoulder), S T.J. McDonald (foot), WR DeVante Parker (quadricep).
Bengals: OUT: RB Giovani Bernard (knee), TE Tyler Eifert (ankle), C Billy Price (foot), WR John
Ross (groin).
MINNESOTA at PHILADELPHIA?Vikings:
OUT: DE Tashawn Bower (ankle), DE Everson Griffen (knee, not injury related), CB Marcus Sherels
(ribs), CB Trae Waynes (concussion). QUESTIONABLE: RB Dalvin Cook (hamstring). Eagles: OUT:
DE Derek Barnett (shoulder), RB Darren Sproles
(hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: RB Corey Clement
(quadricep), DT Haloti Ngata (calf).
N.Y. GIANTS at CAROLINA?Giants: OUT: TE
Evan Engram (knee), DE Olivier Vernon (ankle).
Panthers: OUT: TE Greg Olsen (foot).
QUESTIONABLE: LB Jared Norris (toe).
TENNESSEE at BUFFALO?Titans: OUT: S
Kenny Vaccaro (elbow), LB Wesley Woodyard
(shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: T Dennis Kelly (illness). Bills: QUESTIONABLE: S Rafael Bush
(shoulder), TE Charles Clay (ankle), S Micah
Hyde (groin).
DALLAS at HOUSTON?Cowboys: OUT: C
Travis Frederick (illness), LB Sean Lee (hamstring), WR Terrance Williams (not injury related,
foot). QUESTIONABLE: CB Chidobe Awuzie (ankle), DT Maliek Collins (knee), DT Antwaun
Woods (calf). Texans: OUT: CB Aaron Colvin
(ankle), LB Brian Peters (ankle). QUESTIONABLE:
WR Keke Coutee (hamstring), WR Will Fuller
(hamstring), RB Lamar Miller (chest).
PRO SOCCER
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
WEST
W L T
Pts GF GA
FC Dallas......15 6 9
54 49 38
Sporting K.C. .15 8 7
52 55 37
LAFC ............14 8 8
50 58 46
Portland .......13 9 9
48 46 45
Seattle .........14 11 5
47 41 32
R. Salt Lake ..13 11 7
46 50 50
GALAXY.........12 11 8
44 60 59
Vancouver .....11 12 7
40 47 59
Minn. United .11 16 3
36 45 58
Houston .........9 13 8
35 50 45
Colorado ........6 18 6
24 32 59
San Jose ........4 19 8
20 47 66
EAST
W L T
Pts GF GA
Atl. United FC 19 6 6
63 65 38
New York.......19 7 5
62 57 32
N.Y. City FC ...15 9 8
53 55 41
Columbus .....13 9 9
48 39 38
Philadelphia ..14 12 5
47 43 45
Montreal.......12 15 4
40 42 52
D.C. United ...10 11 8
38 53 48
New England ...8 11 11
35 44 49
Toronto FC ......9 15 6
33 54 58
Chicago..........8 16 7
31 46 57
Orlando City ....7 18 4
25 40 66
Three points for a win, one for a tie.
Today?s Schedule
GALAXY at Sporting Kansas City, 5:30 p.m.
LAFC at Colorado, 6 p.m.
Columbus at Montreal, noon
New England at Atlanta United FC, 12:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Toronto FC, 2 p.m.
Minnesota United at Philadelphia, 4:30 p.m.
Orlando City at FC Dallas, 5 p.m.
Portland at Real Salt Lake, 6:30 p.m.
New York at San Jose, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday?s Schedule
Chicago at D.C. United, 10 a.m.
? J. Brady McCollough
GOLF
Snedeker opens
three-shot lead
Brandt Snedeker birdied the
final two holes for a seven-under 65
and a three-stroke lead over Phil
Mickelson and two others in the
PGA Tour?s season-opening Safeway Open in Napa.
Playing alongside Hall of Famer
Fred Couples, Snedeker had eight
birdies and a bogey on the North
Course at Silverado Resort and
Spa.
The leader won the Wyndham
Championship in August, opening
with a 59 en route to his ninth PGA
Tour title.
?I played really solid golf all the
way around,? Snedeker said.
Marianna Massey Getty Images
BRANDT SNEDEKER birdied the final two holes for a seven-
under 65 at the PGA Tour?s season-opening Safeway Open.
Jones pled guilty in Ventura
County Superior Court to a misdemeanor charge of second-degree
commercial burglary stemming
from a June incident in which he
was arrested for breaking into a
Panda Express restaurant in
Santa Paula, according to online
court records.
?Today all felony charges
against Jack Jones were dismissed,? said attorney J. Tooson.
?Jack was sentenced on a single
misdemeanor count of commercial
burglary. Throughout this process,
Jack has continued to further his
education and will be enrolling at a
four-year institution in the spring
of 2019. Jack is excited about going
back to school full-time and plans
on returning to the football field
with a renewed energy and focus.?
As part of his plea, Jones was
sentenced to 90 days in Ventura
County Jail. But Tooson said that
he will be requesting that Jones instead serve his sentence with
house arrest. He has a surrender
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
CITY
CENTRAL LEAGUE
Hollywood 21, Contreras 14
Marquez 42, Bernstein 37
COLISEUM LEAGUE
Crenshaw 69, View Park 7
Dorsey 56, Hawkins 0
Locke 28, Fremont 15
EAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Arleta 32, Monroe 16
Grant 31, Chavez 6
Sun Valley Poly 17, North Hollywood 0
EASTERN LEAGUE
Garfield 47, South East 0
Los Angeles Roosevelt 43, Huntington Park 15
EXPOSITION LEAGUE
Jefferson 56, Angelou 3
Santee 49, Manual Arts 20
MARINE LEAGUE
Narbonne 62, San Pedro 7
Wilmington Banning 41, Gardena 14
METRO LEAGUE
Los Angeles 42, Sotomayor 6
Rancho Dominguez 37, Maywood CES 0
NORTHERN LEAGUE
Eagle Rock 67, Los Angeles Marshall 0
Franklin 42, Los Angeles Wilson 29
VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE
Panorama 40, Van Nuys 20
Reseda 54, Sylmar 14
San Fernando 69, Granada Hills Kennedy 0
WEST VALLEY LEAGUE
Birmingham 40, El Camino Real 7
Cleveland 21, Chatsworth 14
Granada Hills 62, Taft 21
WESTERN LEAGUE
Fairfax 17, Los Angeles Hamilton 3
Palisades 20, Westchester 6
Venice 42, Los Angeles University 0
SOUTHERN SECTION
ACADEMY LEAGUE
Trinity Classical Academy 58, Firebaugh 8
ALMONT LEAGUE
Alhambra 35, Montebello 22
Bell Gardens 46, San Gabriel 6
Schurr 65, Keppel 0
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
Aquinas 65, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 0
Arrowhead Christian 50, Western Christian 22
Linfield Christian 38, Ontario Christian 0
BASELINE LEAGUE
Chino Hills 42, Damien 20
Rancho Cucamomga 42, Etiwanda 7
Upland 45, Los Osos 23
BAY LEAGUE
Mira Costa 49, Peninsula 28
Palos Verdes 50, Compton Centennial 0
Redondo 24, Leuzinger 14
BIG VIII LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 78, Corona 0
Eastvale Roosevelt 43, King 17
Norco 33, Corona Santiago 22
CAMINO LEAGUE
Camarillo 49, Bishop Diego 14
Grace Brethren 39, Moorpark 7
CHANNEL LEAGUE
Lompoc 42, Dos Pueblos 21
San Marcos 26, Lompoc Cabrillo 25
Santa Ynez 28, Santa Barbara 10
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Cajon 57, Redlands 7
Citrus Valley 33, Carter 0
Redlands East Valley 51, Yucaipa 30
CITRUS COAST LEAGUE
Nordhoff 28, Santa Clara 7
Santa Paula 17, Hueneme 14
DEL REY LEAGUE
Harvard-Westlake 28, St. Genevieve 20
St. Anthony 56, La Salle 31
DEL RIO LEAGUE
Whittier 49, California 27
DESERT EMPIRE LEAGUE
La Quinta 27, Shadow Hills 10
Palm Springs 21, Palm Desert 10
Xavier Prep 17, Rancho Mirage 13
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Adelanto 28, Victor Valley 14
Silverado 35, Barstow 7
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Banning 66, Cathedral City 7
Coachella Valley 63, Desert Mirage 14
Twentynine Palms 65, Indio 13
EMPIRE LEAGUE
Cypress 20, La Palma Kennedy 0
Placentia Valencia 27, Tustin 7
FOOTHILL LEAGUE
Saugus 35, Golden Valley 13
Valencia 34, Hart 7
West Ranch 46, Canyon Country Canyon 14
FREEWAY LEAGUE
Fullerton 17, Sonora 12
La Habra 56, Sunny Hills 14
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Loara 57, Westminster La Quinta 28
GOLDEN LEAGUE
Antelope Valley 55, Lancaster 8
Highland 36, Palmdale 3
Knight 34, Eastside 14
Quartz Hill 42, Littlerock 20
HACIENDA LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 21, Charter Oak 8
Los Altos 40, Walnut 7
South Hills 35, West Covina 0
INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE
Riverside North 21, Lakeside 14
MARMONTE LEAGUE
Oaks Christian 55, Newbury Park 0
Westlake 39, St. Bonaventure 7
MIRAMONTE LEAGUE
Garey 28, Ganesha 0
MISSION LEAGUE
Alemany 31, Chaminade 14
Bishop Amat 35, Gardena Serra 14
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 28, Loyola 7
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 17, South El Monte 10
Rosemead 14, Mountain View 9
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Apple Valley 28, Serrano 14
Sultana 31, Hesperia 10
MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Nogales 34, Duarte 20
Workman 55, Gladstone 22
MOORE LEAGUE
Long Beach Cabrillo 21, Long Beach Jordan 19
Long Beach Poly 35, Compton 0
Long Beach Wilson 36, Lakewood 30
MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE
Citrus Hill 37, Tahquitz 0
Hemet 25, Beaumont 14
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
San Bernardino 31, Vista del Lago 6
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Chaffey 45, Chino 21
Diamond Bar 35, Ontario 0
Don Lugo 41, Montclair 7
OCEAN LEAGUE
El Segundo 50, Beverly Hills 0
Santa Monica 29, Hawthorne 21
OLYMPIC LEAGUE
Maranatha 36, Cerritos Valley Christian 0
ORANGE LEAGUE
Katella 62, Century 0
THE ODDS
ORANGE COAST LEAGUE
Estancia 35, Saddleback 6
Orange 81, Costa Mesa 0
PACIFIC LEAGUE
Arcadia 63, Glendale 6
Burbank 45, Crescenta Valley 23
Muir 36, Burbank Burroughs 0
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Irvine 20, Beckman 17
Irvine University 28, Portola 16
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Buena 24, Rio Mesa 6
Oxnard 55, Channel Islands 0
Oxnard Pacifica 42, Ventura 7
PALOMARES LEAGUE
Bonita 50, Alta Loma 19
Colony 27, Ayala 22
Glendora 41, Claremont 38
PIONEER LEAGUE
North Torrance 48, Morningside 6
Torrance 28, South Torrance 21
West Torrance 55, Inglewood 7
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 41, South Pasadena 0
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
San Juan Hills 38, Aliso Niguel 0
Trabuco Hills 31, Dana Hills 14
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Mission Viejo 31, Capistrano Valley 24
SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Murrieta Mesa 45, Great Oak 10
Vista Murrieta 55, Chaparral 7
SUNSET LEAGUE
Corona del Mar 49, Fountain Valley 21
Edison 20, Huntington Beach 14
Los Alamitos 42, Newport Harbor 7
TRINITY LEAGUE
JSerra 49, Servite 6
Mater Dei 49, Santa Margarita 7
St. John Bosco 63, Orange Lutheran 28
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Northview 49, Baldwin Park 0
Rowland 20, Hacienda Heights Wilson 8
NONLEAGUE
Bishop Montgomery 26, Pioneer 25
Calabasas 42, Sierra Canyon 35
Heritage 28, Temescal Canyon 0
Laguna Beach 49, Rio Hondo Prep 46
Mary Star 37, Verbum Dei 0
Nuview Bridge 41, Santa Rosa Academy 6
Oak Park 41, Brentwood 38 (OT)
Paloma Valley 28, Arlington 19
Paraclete 56, St. Francis 49
Pasadena Poly 53, Viewpoint 34
Rancho Christian 33, Salesian 21
Rancho Verde 63, Elsinore 13
Riverside Notre Dame 36, Valley View 22
Southlands Christian 30, Silver Valley 28
St. Paul 34, Crespi 15
Western 72, Artesia 31
INTERSECTIONAL
Oakland Stellar Prep 24, St. Pius X-St. Matthias
0
8 MAN
CITY
VALLEY LEAGUE
Sun Valley 70, Discovery 14
NONLEAGUE
North Valley Military Institute 16, Fulton 12
SOUTHERN SECTION
NONLEAGUE
Moreno Valley Riverside County Education Academy 60, Laguna Blanca 24
GOLF
$6.4-MILLION SAFEWAY OPEN
At Napa, Calif.?Par 72
Silverado Resort & Spa?7,166 yards
36-Hole Leaders
Brandt Snedeker .................66-65?131
Ryan Moore ........................67-67?134
Phil Mickelson.....................65-69?134
Michael Thompson...............69-65?134
Kevin Tway..........................68-67?135
Sepp Straka .......................63-72?135
Sungjae Im.........................66-69?135
Adam Schenk .....................67-69?136
Peter Malnati ......................68-68?136
Alex Prugh..........................66-70?136
Kevin Streelman ..................68-68?136
J.T. Poston ..........................66-70?136
Ricky Barnes ......................75-61?136
Chase Wright ......................64-72?136
Troy Merritt .........................67-70?137
Aaron Baddeley...................70-67?137
Danny Lee..........................69-68?137
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SOCCER
INTERNATIONAL
WOMEN?S WORLD CUP
Qualifying
CONCACAF Championship
First Round
At Edinburg, Texas
Costa Rica 8, Cuba 0
Canada 2, Jamaica 0
BASKETBALL
NBA EXHIBITIONS
Friday?s Results
Philadelphia 120, Dallas 114
Orlando 119, Flamengo Flamengo 82
Toronto 120, Melbourne United 82
Washington 121, Miami 114
New York 106, New Orleans 93
Memphis 120, Atlanta 110
Oklahoma City 87, Minnesota 71
San Antonio 90, Detroit 70
Utah 129, Adelaide 36ers 99
Perth Wildcats at Denver
Portland 115, Phoenix 93
Golden State 122, Sacramento 94
Today?s Schedule
CLIPPERS vs. LAKERS, at Anaheim, 7 p.m.
Boston at Cleveland, 4:30 p.m.
Indiana at Memphis, 5 p.m.
COLLEGE
FOOTBALL
Friday?s Results
EAST
Dartmouth 41, Yale 18
Bridgewater St. 19, Plymouth St. 13
Husson 48, Dean 16
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 66, Louisville 31
Middle Tennessee 34, Marshall 24
ROCKIES
Utah St. 45, BYU 20
COLLEGE SOCCER
MEN
WAC
Utah Valley 1, Cal Baptist 0
WOMEN
West Coast
Pepperdine 1, San Francisco 1
Santa Clara 3, Loyola Marymount 2
WAC
Cal Baptist 3, New Mexico St. 0
Andrea Pavan shot nine-under
63 at Kingsbarns in St. Andrews,
Scotland to share the lead with Lucas Bjerregaard after two rounds
of the Dunhill Links Championship. ... In rainy Incheon, South
Korea, Michelle Wie and Jessica
ETC.
Busch, Harvick
starting 1-2 at Dover
Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick,
who each have seven wins, will
start 1-2 on Sunday at Dover (Del.)
International Speedway to kick off
the round-of-12 playoff race on the
mile concrete track.
Rain washed out NASCAR Cup
qualifying, setting the lineup on
points and giving the top dozen
spots to the 12 playoff drivers. Martin Truex Jr., Brad Keselowski
and Clint Bowyer round out the
top five.
Naomi Osaka reached the
semifinals of the China Open in
Beijing with a come-from-behind
3-6, 6-4, 7-5 win over hometown favorite Zhang Shuai. ... In Tokyo,
hometown favorite Kei Nishikori
secured a place in the last four of
the Japan Open when he beat upand-coming Stefanos Tsitsipas
6-3, 6-3. Nishikori will face Frenchman Richard Gasquet, a 7-6 (6), 7-6
(4) upset winner over No. 2 seed
Kevin Anderson. Denis Shapovalov and Daniil Madvedev will
meet in the other semifinal.
TENNIS
College Football
Today
Favorite
Washington
at Ga. South.
South Florida
Clemson
at Temple
N. Illinois
Syracuse
at Central Fla.
at Fla. Atlantic
at Ohio St.
at N.C. State
LSU
Missouri
at Michigan
at Cincinnati
Ohio U.
at W. Michigan
Buffalo
at Akron
Notre Dame
Illinois
at Boise St.
at Colorado
Liberty
North Texas
Korda led the way as the United
States won both fourball matches
against Thailand to move to the
top of Pool B on Day 2 of the UL International Crown, an eight-nation
tournament.
Line (O/U)
Underdog
at UCLA
21 (521?2)
11 (56) South Alabama
15 (71)
at Mass.
191?2 (61) at Wake Forest
East Carolina
101?2 (511?2)
21?2 (53)
at Ball St.
31?2 (581?2)
at Pittsburgh
SMU
24 (741?2)
131?2 (64)
Old Domin.
26 (641?2)
Indiana
6 (59)
Boston College
at Florida
21?2 (441?2)
at S. Carolina
11?2 (631?2)
Maryland
171?2 (471?2)
71?2 (481?2)
Tulane
at Kent St.
121?2 (69)
4 (571?2)
E. Michigan
at C. Michigan
71?2 (52)
5 (49)
Miami (Ohio)
7 (55)
at Va. Tech
at Rutgers
41?2 (491?2)
14 (51)
San Diego St.
21?2 (64)
Arizona St
4 (631?2)
at N. Mex. St.
at UTEP
261?2 (53)
at Stanford
Fresno St.
Washington St.
California
at UNLV
at Michigan St.
at W. Virginia
Alabama
at La. Tech
at Texas A&M
at Okla. St.
at Georgia
Iowa
at Toledo
Auburn
Navy
at Mississippi
Oklahoma
at Memphis
La. Lafayette
UTSA
at Baylor
at Miami
at Wisconsin
Colorado St.
at Hawaii
31?2 (46)
15 (58)
17 (64)
21?2 (57)
8 (62)
10 (431?2)
271?2 (611?2)
35 (571?2)
91?2 (56)
51?2 (501?2)
91?2 (56)
26 (541?2)
7 (43)
22 (701?2)
31?2 (43)
3 (48)
211?2 (751?2)
1
7 ?2 (601?2)
36 (761?2)
31?2 (60)
1 (50)
41?2 (55)
131?2 (481?2)
171?2 (60)
21?2 (60)
3 (55)
Utah
at Nevada
at Oregon St.
at Arizona
New Mexico
Northwestern
Kansas
at Arkansas
Ala. Birming.
Kentucky
Iowa St
Vanderbilt
at Minnesota
Bowling Green
at Miss. St.
at Air Force
La. Monroe
Texas
Connecticut
at Texas St.
at RICE
Kansas St
Florida St
Nebraska
at S. Jose St.
Wyoming
Updates at Pregame.com
?Associated Press
$1.78-MILLION CHINA OPEN
At Beijing
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
MEN?S SINGLES (quarterfinals)?Fabio
Fognini (4), Italy, d. Marton Fucsovics, Hungary,
6-4, 6-4; Juan Martin del Potro (1), Argentina, d.
Filip Krajinovic, Serbia, 6-3, 6-0; Kyle Edmund
(5), Britain, d. Dusan Lajovic, Serbia, 6-3, 7-6
(4); Nikoloz Basilashvili, Georgia, d. Malek Jaziri,
Tunisia, 6-2. 6-2.
WOMEN?S SINGLES (quarterfinals)?Naomi
Osaka (8), Japan, d. Zhang Shuai, China, 3-6,
6-4, 7-5; Anastasija Sevastova, Latvia, d. Dominika Cibulkova, Czech Republic, 6-3, 7-6 (5);
Caroline Wozniacki (2), Denmark, d. Katerina
Siniakova, Czech Republic, 6-2, 6-2; Wang
Qiang, China, d. Aryna Sabalenka, Belarus, 7-5,
7-5.
MEN?S DOUBLES (quarterfinals)?Oliver
Marach, Austria-Mate Pavic (1), Croatia, d. Marcus Daniell, New Zealand-Wesley Koolhof,
Netherlands, 5-7, 7-6 (4), 14-12.
WOMEN?S DOUBLES (quarterfinals)?Elise
Mertens, Belgium-Demi Schuurs (4), Netherlands, d. Nicole Melichar, and Kveta Peschke (5),
Czech Republic, 6-2, 3-6, 10-8; Andrea Sestini
Hlavackova-Barbora Strycova (2), Czech Republic, d. Andreja Klepac, Slovenia-Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez (6), Spain, 6-3, 6-0.
$1.78-MILLION JAPAN OPEN
At Tokyo
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
SINGLES (quarterfinals)?Denis Shapovalov,
Canada, d. Jan-Lennard Struff, Germany, 4-6,
7-6 (7), 6-4; Daniil Medvedev, Russia, d. Milos
Raonic (6), Canada, 7-6 (4), 6-3; Kei Nishikori
(3), Japan, d. Stefanos Tsitsipas (5), Greece,
6-3, 6-3; Richard Gasquet (8), France, d. Kevin
Anderson (2), South Africa, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (4).
DOUBLES (semifinals)?Ben Mclachlan,
Japan-Jan-Lennard Struff (4), Germany, d. Robin
Haase-Matwe Middelkoop, Netherlands, 6-1,
6-4.
TRANSACTIONS
FOOTBALL
Cincinnati?Put tight end Tyler Eifert on
injured reserve; activated linebacker Vontaze
Burfict.
Minnesota?Activated linebacker Kentrell
Brothers; released guard Bryan Witzmann.
N.Y. Jets?Claimed linebacker Tarell Basham
off waivers from Indianapolis; waived defensive
lineman Bronson Kaufusi; released wide receiver
ArDarius Stewart from the practice squad with an
injury settlement.
HOCKEY
New Jersey?Put forward Jesper Bratt on
injured reserve; agreed to terms with right wing
Drew Stafford on a one-year contract.
St. Louis?Assigned defenseman Niko
Mikkola to San Antonio (AHL) and goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick to Tulsa (ECHL); called up forward
Chris Thorburn from San Antonio.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Yale?Extended the contract of women?s
coach Allison Guth through the 2023-24 season.
PRO FOOTBALL
CANADIAN LEAGUE
Friday?s Result
Winnipeg 40, Ottawa 32, OT
SANTA ANITA RESULTS
Copyright 2018 by Equibase Co. Fifth day of 22-day meet.
7039 FIRST RACE. 51?2 furlongs. Claiming. Fillies and mares.
3-year-olds and up. Claiming price $6,250. Purse $16,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
7 Miz Tianjin
Espinoza
5.20
2.40
2.20
4 Forthenineteen
Pena
2.20
2.20
2 Tuscany Beauty
Pedroza
2.80
8 Also Ran: Chiefs Lil Pearl, C. R. Golden Queen, Lovely Linda, Ballerina
Headline.
8 Time: 22.68, 47.12, 1.00.27, 1.07.17. Clear & Fast. Trainer: Eddie Truman. Owner: Featherston, Roger, Miller, David J., Pritchard, Pete, Pritchard,
Judy and Wagner, Keith.
8 Scratched: none.
8 Exotics: $1 Exacta (7-4) paid $4.60, 10-Cent Superfecta (7-4-2-3) paid
$5.49, $1 Super High Five (7-4-2-3-5) paid $257.30, 50-Cent Trifecta (74-2) paid $6.70.
7040 SECOND RACE. About 61?2 furlongs turf. Maiden
special weight. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Purse
$50,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
3 Oleksandra
Smith
15.40
8.20
4.60
10 Magical Gray
Delgdillo
20.80 10.60
7 Dearborn
Van Dyke
3.40
8 Also Ran: She Be Striking (GB), Madaket Sunset, Stradella Road,
Screenshot, Orageuse, Kaydetre, Second Fiddle.
8 Time: 21.32, 43.31, 1.06.34, 1.12.55. Clear & Firm. Trainer: Neil D.
Drysdale. Owner: Team Valor International.
8 Scratched: Crackling Bread, Waze Ready, Arctic Roll (GB).
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (7-3) paid $27.40, $1 Exacta (3-10) paid
$156.00, 10-Cent Superfecta (3-10-7-1) paid $370.35, $1 Super High Five
(3-10-7-1-5) paid $882.30, 50-Cent Trifecta (3-10-7) paid $382.45.
7041 THIRD RACE. 1 mile. Maiden claiming. Fillies.
2-year-olds. Claiming price $40,000. Purse $28,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
3 Imperial Creed
Desormux
4.60
2.60
2.40
9 Queen Of The Track Fuentes
2.60
2.20
6 Twitterati
Pereira
3.80
8 Also Ran: Cat Holic, American Falls, Morning Press, Spicy Curry, Lady
Suzzett, Jellybeankristine.
8 Time: 23.67, 48.74, 1.14.45, 1.27.98, 1.41.34. Clear & Fast. Trainer:
Michael W. McCarthy. Owner: Gatto Racing, LLC, Sebold Racing LLC, Sigband, Michael and Red Cap Thoroughbreds, LLC.
8 Scratched: none.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (3-3) paid $45.00, $1 Exacta (3-9) paid $5.30,
10-Cent Superfecta (3-9-6-4) paid $30.62, $1 Super High Five (3-9-6-4-7)
paid $1,009.50, 50-Cent Trifecta (3-9-6) paid $11.50, 50-Cent Pick Three
(7-3-3) paid $13.90.
7042 FOURTH RACE. 6 furlongs. Maiden claiming. Fillies
and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming prices
$50,000-$40,000. Purse $30,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
2 Venue
Prat
7.80
4.20
3.40
1 London Hotel
Talamo
4.20
2.80
3 Desired Edge
Baze
3.20
8 Also Ran: Z Z Tiger, Zillinda, Irish Lassie, Minister?smistress, Grey Tsunami, I Adore You.
8 Time: 22.37, 46.49, 59.16, 1.12.58. Clear & Fast. Trainer: Michael W.
McCarthy. Owner: Intrepid Thoroughbreds LLC and Watson, Wells.
8 Scratched: none.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (3-2) paid $11.20, $1 Exacta (2-1) paid $16.20,
10-Cent Superfecta (2-1-3-4) paid $14.00, $1 Super High Five (2-1-3-4-5)
paid $64.80, 50-Cent Trifecta (2-1-3) paid $30.80, 50-Cent Pick Three
(3-3-2) paid $32.60.
7043 FIFTH RACE. 1 mile turf. Claiming. 3-year-olds and up.
Claiming price $32,000. Purse $32,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
3 Cimpl Man
Van Dyke
5.00
3.20
2.60
8 Rapid Red
Bejarano
4.40
3.40
9 The Big Train
Prat
3.40
8 Also Ran: Secreto Primero, Play Hard To Get, Royal Albert Hall (GB),
Lewis Vale, Upper Room, Saxon Lord, Point Piper.
8 Time: 23.14, 46.50, 1.10.54, 1.22.44, 1.34.05. Clear & Firm. Trainer:
Rafael Becerra. Owner: Supreme Racing.
8 Scratched: Fabozzi.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (2-3) paid $20.40, $1 Exacta (3-8) paid
$12.60, 10-Cent Superfecta (3-8-9-4) paid $16.16, $1 Super High Five (3-89-4-5) paid $157.00, 50-Cent Trifecta (3-8-9) paid $22.65, 50-Cent Pick
Three (3-2-3) paid $11.20, 50-Cent Pick Four (3-3-2-3/11) 4 correct paid
$83.55, 50-Cent Pick Five (7-3-3-2-3/11) 5 correct paid $181.85, $1 Pick
Five (STR53-6-12-2/3/5/6/7/8/10/11-3) 5 correct paid $1,161.10.
7044 SIXTH RACE. 1 mile. Claiming. 3-year-olds and up.
Claiming price $12,500. Purse $18,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
1 Wise Curlin
Pedroza
15.00
6.40
4.40
3 Haylord
Quinonez
4.60
3.60
6 Indian Gulch
Talamo
4.20
8 Also Ran: Platinum Equity, Hard Arch, Schoenhardt, Spirit World.
8 Time: 23.46, 47.41, 1.12.55, 1.25.97, 1.40.22. Clear & Fast. Trainer:
Peter Eurton. Owner: C R K Stable LLC.
8 Scratched: none.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (3-1) paid $42.00, $1 Exacta (1-3) paid
$32.00, 10-Cent Superfecta (1-3-6-5) paid $34.47, $1 Super High Five (1-36-5-7) paid $677.40, 50-Cent Trifecta (1-3-6) paid $88.70, 50-Cent Pick
Three (2-3-1) paid $68.40.
7045 SEVENTH RACE. 11?8 miles turf. Allowance optional
claiming. 3-year-olds. Claiming price $75,000. Purse
$51,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
1 Andesh
Prat
6.00
4.00
2.80
5 Risky Proposition
Talamo
15.00
7.00
8 Epical
Desormux
3.00
8 Also Ran: Jimmy Chila, Extrordinary Jerry, Magic Musketier, Move Over
(GB), Shadow Sphinx.
8 Time: 23.86, 48.88, 1.12.11, 1.35.55, 1.46.79. Clear & Firm. Trainer:
Philip D?Amato. Owner: Sierra Racing and Sterling Stables, LLC.
8 Scratched: Kylemore.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (1-1) paid $71.40, $1 Exacta (1-5) paid $64.60,
10-Cent Superfecta (1-5-8-3) paid $177.67, 50-Cent Trifecta (1-5-8) paid
$210.50, $1 X-5 Super High Five (1-5-8-3-2) , X-5 Super High Five Carryover
$2,744, 50-Cent Pick Three (3-1-1) paid $37.40.
7046 EIGHTH RACE. 11?16 miles. Maiden claiming.
3-year-olds and up. Claiming price $20,000. Purse $18,000.
P# Horse
Jockey
Win
Place
Show
7 June Two Four
Fuentes
15.00
7.00
4.40
5 Elevate
Gutierrez
5.00
3.40
3 Obscure Brew
Blanc
4.00
8 Also Ran: Royal Rebel, Game Of Roans, Activated, Bank Walker, Armed
Wall, Ironic Ron, Law Breaker, Severin.
8 Time: 24.04, 48.94, 1.14.65, 1.40.22, 1.46.92. Clear & Fast. Trainer:
George Papaprodromou. Owner: Kretz Racing LLC.
8 Scratched: none.
8 Exotics: $2 Daily Double (1-7) paid $80.40, $1 Exacta (7-5) paid
$42.60, 10-Cent Superfecta (7-5-3-1) paid $320.97, $1 Super High Five
(7-5-3-1-2) , Super High Five Carryover $15,019, 50-Cent Trifecta (7-5-3)
paid $191.30, 50-Cent Pick Three (1-1-7) paid $176.60, 50-Cent Pick Four
(3/11-1-1/9-7) 638 tickets with 4 correct paid $429.15, 50-Cent Pick Five
(2-3/11-1-1/9-7) 71 tickets with 5 correct paid $1,839.35, 20-Cent Pick Six
Jackpot (3-2-3/11-1-1/9-7) 40 tickets with 6 correct paid $1,571.86, Pick Six
Jackpot Carryover $184,808.
ATTENDANCE/MUTUEL HANDLE
On-track attendance-3,389. Mutuel handle-$549,612
Inter-track attendance-N/A. Mutuel handle-$1,409,432
Out-of-state attendance-N/A. Mutuel handle-$4,788,126
Total attendance-3,389. Mutuel handle-$6,747,170
SANTA ANITA ENTRIES
Sixth day of a 22-day thoroughbred meet.
7047 FIRST RACE (12:30 p.m.) 1 mile turf. Allowance
optional claiming. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming price
$62,500. Purse $53,000.
PR
5202
5202
5204
(5094)
(5269)
5249
3045
5202
5209
5202
Horse (PP)
Perfectly Majestic,10
Kencumin (FR),3
Cashman (FR),2
Marckie?s Water,5
Tough It Out,9
Fabozzi,6
Sawyer?s Hill,7
Forever Juanito,4
Any Questions,1
Accountability,8
Jockey,Wt
P Lopez,123
G Stevens,121
G Franco,123
F Prat,123
S Gonzalez,121
D Van Dyke,123
M Pedroza,123
A Espinoza,X116
R Bejarano,121
T Pereira,123
Odds
3-1
4-1
5-1
6-1
6-1
8-1
8-1
12-1
15-1
20-1
7048 SECOND RACE. 6 ?2 furlongs. Maiden claiming. Fillies
and mares. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming price $20,000.
Purse $18,000.
1
PR
Horse (PP)
Jockey,Wt
Odds
6054 Peachy,7
F Ceballos,120
5-2
....
Big Base,8
A Espinoza,X115
3-1
2379 Just Kathy,1
H Figueroa,X115
7-2
6044 Veiled Heat,6
E Payeras,X118
5-1
6019 Coco Loco Mama,9 J Rodriguez,XX113
8-1
6044 Eurasia,2
T Baze,120
8-1
6044 Baby Ice,4
G Franco,123
15-1
6019 Luv Is All U Need,3
S Elliott,120
15-1
6021 Derby Treasure,5
L Fuentes,XX113
30-1
7049 THIRD RACE. 6 furlongs. Maiden claiming.
2-year-olds. Claiming price $75,000. Purse $33,000.
PR
Horse (PP)
Jockey,Wt
Odds
5257 Easy Shot,5
K Desormeaux,122
2-1
5282 Perfect Dude,1
F Prat,122
5-2
....
Emtech,2
M Pedroza,122
3-1
6071 Haydens Havoc,6
P Lopez,122
4-1
....
Manhattan Up,4
G Franco,122
5-1
....
Lagoon Macaroon,3 F Ceballos,122
15-1
7050 FOURTH RACE. 5 furlongs turf. Speakeasy Stakes.
2-year-olds. Purse $100,000.
PR
Horse (PP)
Jockey,Wt
....
Mae Never No (IRE),3 G Stevens,121
5304 Hartel,5
F Prat,120
6012 Midnight Mystery,4
D Van Dyke,120
(5113) Its Gonna Hurt,1
T Pereira,120
5304 Owning,7
J Talamo,120
(6029) Whooping Jay,2
E Roman,120
(6074) Principe Carlo,6
L Fuentes,120
7051 FIFTH RACE. 6 furlongs. Santa Anita Sprint
Championship. 3-year-olds and up. Purse $300,000.
Odds
2-1
5-2
4-1
5-1
5-1
8-1
20-1
PR
5078
(5078)
6022
(5261)
(5029)
Horse (PP)
Roy H,2
Ransom The Moon,5
Edwards Going Left,4
Distinctive B,3
Horse Greedy,1
Jockey,Wt
P Lopez,125
F Prat,125
T Baze,121
D Van Dyke,121
S Elliott,121
Odds
6-5
7-5
9-2
8-1
8-1
7052 SIXTH RACE. About 61?2 furlongs turf. Allowance
optional claiming. Fillies and mares. 3-year-olds and up.
Claiming price $75,000. Purse $60,000.
PR
9140
5260
5260
(5237)
2306
5212
5260
5234
5260
5260
Horse (PP)
Rubilinda,8
Go On Mary,9
Deer Valley,1
Painting Corners,7
Miss Southern Miss,5
A Little Bit Me,10
Fizzy Friday (GB),6
Poster Girl (GB),3
Symposium (GB),4
Mongolian Shopper,2
Jockey,Wt
F Prat,121
R Bejarano,121
G Stevens,121
D Van Dyke,121
K Desormeaux,121
H Figueroa,X116
G Franco,124
T Baze,121
T Conner,124
S Elliott,121
Odds
2-1
5-1
6-1
6-1
8-1
10-1
10-1
10-1
12-1
15-1
7053 SEVENTH RACE. 7 furlongs. Claiming. 3-year-olds and
up. Claiming price $10,000. Purse $18,000.
PR
6064
6041
5163
5277
5307
5225
2207
5277
6057
Horse (PP)
Eighty Three,4
Monterey Shale,7
Braddock,9
Ketos,8
Papa Turf,3
El Tovar,6
Freddies Dream,1
Holland Road,2
Harrovian,5
Jockey,Wt
A Quinonez,121
T Baze,121
H Figueroa,X116
T Pereira,121
A Espinoza,X116
T Conner,121
L Fuentes,XX114
S Elliott,121
J Rodriguez,X116
Odds
5-2
7-2
4-1
5-1
6-1
8-1
12-1
15-1
20-1
7054 EIGHTH RACE. 61?2 furlongs. Allowance optional
claiming. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming price $40,000. Purse
$51,000.
PR
(5215)
5033
6083
5278
5261
5072
6059
5138
5008
5215
(5238)
2274
6059
Horse (PP)
Best Two Minutes,4
Microrithms,10
Solid Wager,2
K Thirty Eight,1
Jungle Warfare,12
Awesome Anywhere,8
Jan?s Reserve,6
Super Duper Cooper,9
More Honor,13
Boy Howdy,7
Caray,5
Madarnas,3
The Rule Of King?s,11
Jockey,Wt
T Baze,125
D Van Dyke,123
P Lopez,125
H Figueroa,X120
R Bejarano,120
A Espinoza,X116
T Conner,125
F Prat,121
J Talamo,120
M Pedroza,125
T Pereira,121
K Desormeaux,118
E Maldonado,121
Odds
3-1
7-2
5-1
6-1
8-1
10-1
12-1
12-1
15-1
20-1
20-1
20-1
50-1
7055 NINTH RACE. 1 mile turf. City of Hope Mile.
3-year-olds and up. Purse $200,000.
PR
5217
5217
....
(5042)
5204
(5219)
5101
5217
3216
Horse (PP)
Sharp Samurai,8
Fly To Mars,9
White Flag,2
Double Touch (GB),1
Flamboyant (FR),4
Ohio (BRZ),5
Mithqaal,7
Le Ken (ARG),3
Pyscho Sister,6
Jockey,Wt
G Stevens,123
F Prat,121
K Desormeaux,121
A Quinonez,121
R Bejarano,121
D Van Dyke,121
P Lopez,121
T Baze,121
E Maldonado,118
Odds
2-1
5-2
5-1
6-1
8-1
8-1
12-1
20-1
20-1
7056 TENTH RACE. 6 furlongs. Claiming. 3-year-olds and up.
Claiming price $12,500. Purse $18,000.
PR
5192
6031
6031
5294
5280
6031
5302
6031
5263
6031
(6052)
6033
5294
6036
Horse (PP)
Psychedelicat,9
Zapana?s Game,11
Katzumoto,3
Latitude,14
Aquila,4
Downside Up,1
Pacific Song,6
Kinematico,8
Street Zombie,2
Michael Mundo,7
Royal Seeker,5
Johann?s
Command,13
Lucky Patrick,12
Stylistics United,10
Jockey,Wt
A Espinoza,X118
B Pena,123
M Pedroza,120
H Figueroa,X118
S Gonzalez,120
E Payeras,X118
A Delgadillo,123
S Elliott,123
E Roman,120
L Fuentes,XX113
T Pereira,123
E Hernandez,123
Odds
7-2
4-1
6-1
6-1
8-1
8-1
8-1
12-1
12-1
15-1
15-1
30-1
O Vergara, Jr.,123
D Sanchez,123
50-1
50-1
7057 ELEVENTH RACE. About 61?2 furlongs turf. Maiden
special weight. Fillies. 2-year-olds. Purse $50,000.
PR
5316
5312
5223
5312
5244
5152
5303
5223
5312
5124
....
....
5199
....
Horse (PP)
Colonial Creed,2
Hyde Park Corner
(IRE),1
Discreet Diva,4
Noble Contessa,11
Encanta,3
Barbadolla,9
Hello Bubbles,5
Archana,10
Be a Shero,8
Courteous,6
Magical Smile,12
Bellazano,7
Also eligible
True Validity,14
Velvet Queen,13
Jockey,Wt
R Bejarano,122
G Stevens,122
Odds
8-5
5-1
E Roman,122
A Espinoza,X117
D Van Dyke,122
G Franco,122
F Prat,122
S Gonzalez,122
T Baze,122
J Talamo,122
B Blanc,122
L Fuentes,XX115
6-1
6-1
8-1
12-1
12-1
15-1
20-1
20-1
20-1
30-1
F Prat,122
G Franco,122
6-1
12-1
L AT I ME S . CO M/ S P O RT S
SS
D11
DODGERS VS. BRAVES
Pederson is thriving as leading man
The slugger has been a
spark for the Dodgers from
the leadoff spot against the
Braves in the NLDS.
By Jorge Castillo
Last October, Joc Pederson, after tallying four hits over the previous month, was nowhere to be
found on the Dodgers? National
League Division Series roster. The
Dodgers did not need him to sweep
the
Arizona
Diamondbacks,
though he returned for the National League Championship Series and helped the Dodgers advance to the World Series. When he
started in the later rounds, he was
placed near the bottom of the lineup, never batting higher than sixth.
A year later, Pederson has been
front and center in the NLDS, serving as the Dodgers? spark in the
leadoff spot as they?ve built a 2-0
series lead over the Atlanta Braves.
Pederson followed his leadoff
home run in Game 1 on Thursday
? his franchise-record ninth in 2018
? with a leadoff double off Braves
right-hander Anibal Sanchez in
the Dodgers? 3-0 Game 2 victory on
Friday. He scored three batters later, when Manny Machado belted a
two-out, two-run home run. Two
games, two instant leads behind
Pederson, who has no explanation
for his success leading off games.
?Just try to get a good pitch and
put a swing on it, man,? Pederson
said. ?I don?t know. Just try to keep
it as simple as possible.?
Conventional leadoff hitters ?
the burners from yesteryear ?
have almost become obsolete in
this stats-driven era. The 26-yearold Pederson is not that. But he
also isn?t the on-base-machine
clubs stick atop their lineups nowadays. He does not hit for a high
batting average ? this season?s
.248 was a career-best ? and he
doesn?t walk at a high rate. The result: a .321 on-base percentage during the regular season, which
dipped to .300 in his 59 starts as a
leadoff man. The average on-base
percentage across the majors was
.318.
But the closest the Dodgers
have to the new-age leadoff proto-
type is Justin Turner, who posted a
.406 OBP this season, and the club
has decided batting him second,
where he has more chances to hit
with runners on base, provides
more value.
So when the Dodgers face a
right-handed starting pitcher, the
left-handed-hitting
Pederson
leads off. His weapon is his mammoth power and it is, for whatever
reason, amplified in his first at-bat
as a leadoff hitter. Pederson?s eight
leadoff home runs during the regular season set the Dodgers? club
record. He added a ninth in Game 1
after falling behind 0-and-2 against
All-Star
right-hander
Mike
Foltynewicz. After the game, he
was asked if he could explain the
success. He was stumped.
?I hit before the game,? Pederson said. ?So maybe I?m just a little
fresher. I don?t know. So maybe I
should start hitting before every
at-bat. But yeah, no, I don?t know. I
wish I had the answers and been
able to do that in other at-bats as
well.?
He settled for a double on Friday, just fair beyond Braves first
baseman Freddie Freeman?s reach
down the line. Dodger Stadium
rocked. It exploded when Machado
hooked a 3-and-0 cutter over the
wall and handed Clayton Kershaw
a two-run cushion.
?Getting the lead for one of the
best pitchers in the game in the
first inning definitely gives us a
boost, gives us energy moving forward,? Machado said. ?So we?re
just excited that we got the lead
early on and we?re able to feed off
that.?
Pederson is 0 for 6 with a hit by
pitch in his seven plate appearances beyond the first inning
through the series? first two games.
Frustration boiled Friday, when he
scorched a line drive right at second baseman Ozzie Albies to end
the seventh inning. He flung his
helmet a couple dozen feet.
But a year after watching the
Dodgers sweep their way to the
NLCS without him, Pederson has
fueled the Dodgers? offense from
the jump, giving their pitching staff
all it has needed to seize the first
two games.
jorge.castillo@latimes.com
Twitter: @jorgecastillo
NLDS GAME 2
DODGERS 3, BRAVES 0
Colorado
Acuna lf
Camargo 3b
Freeman 1b
Markakis rf
Suzuki c
Albies 2b
Inciarte cf
Culberson ss
Sanchez p
Fried p
a-Adams
Toussaint p
Vizcaino p
Flowers
b-Duda
Totals
AB
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Atlanta
Dodgers
H
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
BI
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Avg.
.250
.000
.125
.143
.000
.143
.333
.167
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.250
.000
Dodgers
AB R H BI Avg.
Pederson lf
4 1 1 0 .250
Turner 3b
4 0 1 0 .333
Muncy 1b
4 0 0 0 .200
Machado ss 4 1 1 2 .125
Puig rf
2 0 1 0 .200
Bellinger cf
2 0 0 0 .000
Herndz 2b
3 0 0 0 .167
Grandalc
3 1 1 1 .143
Kershaw p
2 0 0 0 .000
Jansen p
0 0 0 0 .000
Totals
28 3 5 3
000 000 000 ?0
200 010 00x ?3
3
5
0
0
a-hit by pitch for Fried in the 6th, b-grounded out for Flowers in the
9th.
Walks? Dodgers 3: Puig 1, Bellinger 1, Kershaw 1.
Strikeouts?Colorado 4: Freeman 1, Markakis 1, Inciarte 1,
Culberson 1. Dodgers 7: Muncy 2, Machado 2, Bellinger 1, Kershaw
2.
LOB?Atlanta 3, Dodgers 4. 2B?Acuna (1), Pederson (1).
HRS?Dodgers, Grandal (1), Machado (1). RBIs?Machado 2 (2),
Grandal (1). SB?Bellinger (1), Puig (1). CS?Puig (1).
Runners left in scoring position?Atlanta 2 (Freeman,
Markakis); Dodgers 2 (Hernandez, Kershaw). RISP?Atlanta 0 for 4;
Dodgers 1 for 6.
Atlanta
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
80 5.79
Sanchez, L, 0-1..........42?3 5 3 3 1 3
Fried ......................... 1?3 0 0 0 0 0
1 0.00
Toussaint .................... 2 2 0 0 2 2
33 0.00
Vizcaino ......................1 0 0 0 0 2
7 0.00
DODGERS
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
Kershaw, W, 1-0........... 8 2 0 0 0 3
85 0.00
Jansen, H, 1 ................1 1 0 0 0 1
12 0.00
HBP?by Kershaw (Adams).
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Back to drawing
board for Braves?
anemic offense
By Maria Torres
If the Braves are going to force
the National League Division Series to a fourth game, they will have
to reset their game plan when they
return to Atlanta for the third
game of the series on Sunday.
The urgency to do so had set in
by the time manager Brian
Snitker faced reporters in the
aftermath of his team?s 3-0 loss to
the Dodgers on Friday night. He
sat behind a microphone in the
bowels of Dodger Stadium with his
arms crossed, his tone betraying
no optimism as he dissected the
problem that ruined the start to
the Braves? first postseason run
since 2013: overaggressiveness.
The Braves, one of the National
League?s most productive offenses, were shut out for the second straight night.
They mustered only three hits.
They hacked at first pitches, barely
got balls out of the infield and
stranded three precious runners as
they became the first team to open
a postseason run by being shut out
in two straight games since the 1921
New York Giants, according to
ESPN.
?Our whole lineup is having a
hard time, struggling offensively
right now,? Snitker said.
Said struggles have given the
Dodgers control of the series. They
are headed to SunTrust Park needing one more victory to return to
the NL Championship Series.
Which means the Braves are
headed home in a 2-0 hole, needing
to scramble for a solution.
Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw manipulated the Braves?
bats as he hurled eight scoreless innings of two-hit baseball.
He made the Braves look foolish, enticing first-pitch swings
from 11 of the 26 batters he faced, including when rookie Ronald
AcuЯa Jr. split the left-center field
gap to lead off the game with a double.
Kershaw threw the Braves off by
throwing his slider 43.5% of the
time.
?I think Kersh mixes things up
pretty well,? said Charlie Culberson, the former Dodgers utility
man starting at shortstop for the
Braves. ?I think he threw a lot more
sliders than I was expecting. He
probably threw 50% sliders, I bet. ?
He had a feel for it, he knew what he
wanted to do, throwing it in, throwing it away. He?s one of the best, and
he showed it tonight.?
Kershaw exploited the Braves?
eagerness. He averaged about 10
pitches per inning and got through
his outing with only 85 pitches in
all.
Only Culberson, Nick Markakis
and Ozzie Albies stayed in the box
long enough to see six pitches from
Kershaw in an at-bat. No other
Brave worked a deep enough count
to see more than five.
?I don?t know that moving guys
around, giving them different looks
in the lineup when you?re swinging
the bats like we are is even the answer,? Snitker said. ?But we?ll try
something a little different on Sunday.?
The 1921 Giants came back to
win the World Series. These Braves
have not looked like a team that
can climb out of that rut.
They have nine hits in the first
two games, batting .145 (nine for 62)
with no walks.
They will have their work cut
out for them against Dodgers rookie pitcher Walker Buehler on Sunday. And they are going to have to
figure it out.
?Our bats have been very quiet,?
Braves outfielder Ender Inciarte
said. ?We can be a lot better. But
we?re doing it. We all know it. When
we go back home, we?re gonna do
what we can do. We know what we
did in the regular season. It?s not a
secret this offense can get a bunch
of hits in a row. And we are ready to
do it because we are going back
home.?
Simulation planned
With Atlanta right-hander Kevin Gausman tentatively scheduled
to start Game 3, the Dodgers may
go three games without facing a
left-handed starting pitcher.
To keep their right-handed hitters fresh, the team is planning to
run a simulated game Sunday
afternoon before the actual game
against Gausman.
Manager Dave Roberts cited
the benefits of getting live at-bats
for players like Matt Kemp, David
Freese and Brian Dozier. Roberts
does not plan to adjust the composition of his lineup if Atlanta starts
a third right-handed pitcher.
?We?ve had stretches where
there?s a run of lefties or a run of
righties, where you?ve still got to
keep these guys current,? Roberts
said. ?That?s why we?re going to try
to do this thing on Sunday.?
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Robert Gauthier Los Angeles Times
ATLANTA players gather at the end of their dugout during the
final innings of what would turn out to be another shutout loss.
Gina Ferazzi Los Angeles Times
YASIEL PUIG, known for his kisses, pulls in Atlanta shortstop Charlie Culberson, a former team-
mate with the Dodgers, after being caught stealing second in the sixth inning.
Kershaw wins efficiently
[Dodgers, from D1]
him. Why should it? His club captured a 2-0 lead in this series, and
Walker Buehler can finish the
sweep Sunday at Sun Trust Park,
as the Braves remain in search of
their first run of the postseason.
On Friday, they could not solve
Kershaw, the most decorated
member of the Dodgers rotation.
Kept on the bench for Game 1,
Kershaw responded with the
lengthiest playoff outing of his career. Across eight scoreless innings, he permitted two hits. He
struck out only three, but preyed
on the eagerness of the Braves. He
finished at-bats in expedient fashion, needing only 85 pitches, showing confidence in all of his arsenal.
?He pitched,? Roberts said. ?He
pitched. That was, for me, one of
the best outings that I can recall, in
the sense that he used his complete
repertoire of pitches.?
The offense consisted of two
home runs. Manny Machado took
Braves starter Anibal Sanchez
deep in the first inning. Yasmani
Grandal added a solo shot in the
fifth. It set up a save situation for
Jansen, who secured the last three
outs with minimal drama.
Game 2 marked the 20th postseason start of Kershaw?s career.
His path to Friday was far from
smooth. He had sputtered in the final month of the regular season,
with a 3.89 ERA in September and
a poor last start against San Francisco. He was wounded when he
learned Hyun-Jin Ryu would start
Game 1 over him, but heartened
when Ryu spun seven scoreless innings of his own.
For Kershaw, the hours before
the game passed like any other,
only a day later than usual. He
spent a moment by himself in the
dugout before taking the field. He
loosened up in the outfield with
strength and conditioning coach
Brandon McDaniel. He warmed up
with Grandal in the bullpen.
Grandal and pitching coach Rick
Honeycutt accompanied Kershaw
back to the dugout.
Atlanta attacked the game?s
first pitch. It was a 92-mph fastball
from Kershaw that cut the plate in
two. Braves outfielder Ronald
AcuЯa Jr. smoked a double into the
left-center gap. The fans groaned.
Kershaw absorbed the haymaker, but did not go down. He retired third baseman Johan Camargo on a tapper to the mound.
With AcuЯa at third, the infield
?The truth of the
matter is that other
than the very first pitch
of the game, he
executed brilliantly.?
?Rick Honeycutt,
Dodgers pitching coach,
on Clayton Kershaw
moved in. Second baseman Enrique Hernandez was set up perfectly to secure a grounder from
Freddie Freeman and keep AcuЯa
from scoring. Kershaw finished the
inning by freezing Nick Markakis
with a curveball.
?The truth of the matter is that
other than the very first pitch of the
game, he executed brilliantly,?
Honeycutt said.
Kershaw pumped his fist as he
left the mound. The emotion may
have seen outsized for the moment
? the first inning of his first game
of the postseason ? but the crowd
still buzzed with approval. He was
in the midst of a stretch with 14 consecutive batters retired, and energized when Machado punished
Sanchez in the first with a homer
on a 3-0 pitch.
Kershaw settled into a rhythm.
He finished the second inning in six
pitches. He threw nine in the third.
A theme was emerging, as Kershaw
sought to exploit the youth and impatience of the Braves.
Atlanta swung more often than
any team in the National League,
and Kershaw capitalized on their
aggression. He missed barrels,
gobbling up three more outs in the
fourth, with his pitch count at only
39. ?When we?re able to do that,
we?re able to give our team a
chance to come out with a victory,?
Grandal said.
Kershaw was a magnet for contact. In the fifth, Ozzie Albies
cracked a 91-mph fastball up the
middle. The ball connected with
the fleshy portion of Kershaw?s
right quadriceps, but he found his
bearings and made the play at first.
An infield single by Ender Inciarte ended Kershaw?s streak of batters retired. Kershaw retired former Dodger Charlie Culberson on
another ground ball, the 10th out
made on the ground by the Braves,
to end the inning. He showed confidence in his curveball, which can
be a skittish weapon.
?The biggest thing is I was able
to throw breaking balls for strikes
early in the count,? Kershaw said.
Grandal eased Kershaw?s burden with his homer in the fifth,
then Justin Turner came to Kershaw?s aid in the sixth. The crowd
quieted to a murmur when Kershaw clipped pinch-hitter Lane
Adams? foot with a slider. Turner
eased the tension by ranging to his
right to corral an awkwardly located grounder from AcuЯa and
feed Hernandez for the force at second. On the next pitch, Camargo
chopped a slider toward Machado
at short for a 6-4-3 double play.
From his perch in center field,
Cody Bellinger idled and waited for
action. He had time to study the
characteristics of Kershaw?s weapons ? because there were so few
balls hit his way.
?His stuff was moving today,?
Bellinger said. ?It was impressive.?
The Braves managed to elevate
the ball in the seventh. It made no
difference. Kershaw made it
through the inning at 73 pitches,
and Roberts allowed him to bat in
the bottom of the inning. Kershaw
secured two strikeouts in the
eighth, icing Inciarte with a 91-mph
fastball and whiffing Culberson
with an 87-mph slider.
Inside the dugout, Kershaw
conferred with Roberts and Honeycutt. Roberts revealed the plan.
Kershaw would return to the
mound for the ninth. If Atlanta
sent up Flowers to start the inning,
Jansen would come in. If left-handed hitter Lucas Duda came up
first, Kershaw would pitch. When
Flowers emerged, Kershaw understood his evening was over.
?It was the plan all along,? Kershaw said.
In the aftermath, Kershaw
glowed. He admitted he took extra
satisfaction from the outing after
the uproar earlier in the week. His
children ? 3-year-old daughter
Cali Ann and 1-year-old son
Charley ? rushed the stage during
his news conference and hopped
on his lap.
A reporter asked Kershaw if his
kids wanted him to finish the ninth.
Kershaw turned to his daughter.
?Did you want da-da to finish??
Kershaw said.
Cali shook her head.
?See, yeah. She knows,? Kershaw said. ?She knows.?
andy.mccullough@latimes.com
Twitter: @McCulloughTimes
D12
LAT IMES. C OM/ SP ORT S
BASEBALL PLAYOFFS
Rockies leaving a state of frustration
Colorado goes home with
back to the wall against
Brewers after scoring in
one inning in two games.
MILWAUKEE 4
COLORADO 0
By Bill Shaikin
MILWAUKEE ? The first time
he struck out, Nolan Arenado
flipped his bat into the air, then
caught it. The second time, Arenado threw his bat to the ground in
disgust. His helmet too, and his
batting gloves.
Arenado is one of the elite players in the National League. He has
endured long and lean years in Colorado, frustrated by his team?s
struggles to win, mindful that he
can take his talents to any team in
the league after next season.
For the first time in his career,
Arenado is playing in a postseason
series. It has not gone well. He batted four times Friday, twice with a
man on base, twice with the bases
empty. He struck out both times
with a teammate on base, singled
both times with no one on base, but
the two hits were no consolation in
the Rockies? 4-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers.
?It doesn?t really matter in the
playoffs,? Arenado said. ?It?s all
about big-time moments. You?ve
got to be able to do something
then, and I wasn?t able to do it.?
And, for perhaps the first time
in the history of a mile-high franchise, the Rockies are getting
tagged with the label of a team that
cannot hit. They have played 19 innings in two games here, and they
have failed to score in 18 of them.
The Rockies have 10 hits, none
of them home runs.
On Friday, they did not manage
a run of any kind. Jhoulys Chacin
and four relievers combined on a
five-hit shutout, lifting the Brewers
to a 2-0 lead in this best-of-five NL
Division Series. The Brewers can
advance to the NL Championship
Series when the series resumes
Dylan Buell Getty Images
COLORADO CATCHER Chris Iannetta breaks his bat over his
knee after striking out in the seventh inning.
Sunday.
?You can do one of two things:
You can forfeit, or you can go out
and play,? Colorado catcher Chris
Iannetta said. ?We?re going to go
out and play.?
The Brewers? road could be
rocky. Colorado will be playing the
next two games at home, with its
best two pitchers set to start: German Marquez on Sunday, Kyle
Freeland on Monday.
?Feels like we?ve been on the
road forever,? Colorado second
baseman DJ LeMahieu said.
In the Rockies? last four games,
they are batting .176. They have
failed to score in 37 of 41 innings,
and they have not hit a home run in
their last 32 innings.
Those last four games have
come on the road: the NL West tiebreaker at Dodger Stadium, the
NL wild-card game at Wrigley
Field, and these two NLDS games
at Miller Park.
The Rockies? futility on offense
here was not a total surprise. They
led the NL in runs scored at home,
but they were below average in
runs scored on the road. They ranked last in the NL in road batting
average at .225.
The Rockies could not score
Friday, but they could seethe.
Gerardo Parra threw his hands
up in disgust, repeatedly, after being called out on strikes in the sixth
inning. Carlos Gonzalez lined out
in the eighth inning, lowered his
head, and put his hands on his
knees in disbelief. Trevor Story followed Gonzalez to bat, struck out,
then flung his bat almost all the
way back to the dugout.
But no inning illustrated the
Rockies? futility and annoyance as
well as the seventh. The Brewers
were clinging to a 1-0 lead, and the
Rockies had a runner on third with
none out.
Iannetta snapped his bat in
half, over his knee, after striking
out. A 13-year veteran, Iannetta
said he had broken a bat over his
leg before, but only in a tunnel be-
hind the dugout.
?Not where anyone could see it,?
he said.
With Milwaukee strikeout
machine Josh Hader warming up,
Rockies manager Bud Black then
opted for the right-handed Matt
Holliday to face the right-handed
Joakim Soria, rather than the better hitter, left-handed David Dahl,
to face the left-handed Hader.
The Rockies needed to put a
ball in play, even for an out, because they could score the tying
run that way. Holliday struck out.
Charlie Blackmon, who already
had lost two hits to the infield shift,
then lined out for the final out of
the inning.
The final score belied the tension. The Brewers nursed that 1-0
lead into the eighth inning, when
Mike Moustakas singled home one
insurance run and backup catcher
Erik Kratz singled home two more.
Arenado is not one of the most
glaring offenders in this series. He
led the NL in home runs, but his
two hits in the series are singles.
Still, his two hits are one more than
Blackmon, the leadoff man and
three-time All-Star, or LeMahieu,
the 2016 NL batting champion,
have.
Story, an MVP candidate, is hitless in eight at-bats in the series,
with five strikeouts.
?It?s do or die now,? Story said.
Arenado thought the Rockies
were swinging and missing at good
pitches. Story thought the Rockies
were swinging and missing at bad
pitches.
?We?ve got to clean that up for
us to have a chance,? Story said.
None of this is to slight the
Brewers? pitching. On the day after
the Brewers dispensed with the
traditional starting pitcher and
used six relievers, they deployed an
actual starter and four relievers.
Chacin, who led the major
leagues in games started this season, worked the first five innings.
Corey Knebel, Soria, Hader and
Jeremy Jeffress, who had combined for five scoreless innings
Thursday, teamed for four scoreless innings Friday.
Say what you will about the
Brewers? unorthodox strategy, but
the two pitchers who started for
them have not given up a run.
Chacin went five innings Friday, after Brandon Woodruff went three
Thursday.
?I really don?t think anything we
did was that unorthodox,? Brewers
manager Craig Counsell said. ?I
don?t. In the American League
wild-card game, a really good starter pitched four innings. Our guy
pitched three.?
He did. All their guys have
pitched well, if not long. On to Denver, one victory from the Brewers?
first NLCS appearance in seven
years, five victories from their first
World Series appearance since the
first Reagan administration. It
soon could be morning in Milwaukee.
bill.shaikin@latimes.com
Twitter: @BillShaikin
NLDS GAME 2
BREWERS 4, ROCKIES 0
Colorado
Blackmon cf
LeMahieu 2b
Arenado 3b
Gonzalez rf
Musgrave p
Oh p
Rusin p
Story ss
Parra lf
Desmond 1b
Ianetta c
McMahon
Anderson p
a-Holliday
Oberg p
Dahl rf
Totals
Colorado
Milwaukee
AB
4
3
4
3
0
0
0
4
4
4
3
1
1
1
0
1
33
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
H
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
BI
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Avg.
.125
.167
.286
.143
.000
.000
.000
.000
.500
.125
.000
.000
.000
.500
.000
.000
Milwaukee AB R H BI Avg.
Cain cf
4 0 0 0 .000
Yelich rf
2 1 0 0 .400
Braun lf
4 1 1 0 .333
Aguilar 1b
3 0 0 0 .000
Arcia ss
0 1 0 0 .250
Mstakas 3b 4 1 2 1 .375
Perez ss-2b 4 0 2 1 .333
Shaw 2b-1b 3 0 2 0 .333
Kratz c
4 0 2 2 .500
Chacin p
1 0 0 0 .000
c-Santana
1 0 0 0 .000
Knebel p
0 0 0 0 .000
Soria p
0 0 0 0 .000
Hader p
0 0 0 0 .000
b-Schoop
1 0 0 0 .000
Jeffress p
1 0 0 0 .000
Totals
32 4 9 4
000 000 000 ?0
000 100 03x ?4
6
9
0
1
a-struck out for Anderson in the 7th, b-struck out for Ianetta in the 9th,
c-struck out for Chacin in the 5th.
Walks?Colorado 3: LeMahieu 1, Gonzalez 1, Anderson 1. Milwaukee 4:
Yelich 2, Aguilar 1, Shaw 1. Strikeouts?Colorado 10: Arenado 2, Gonzalez 1,
Story 2, Parra 1, Desmond 1, Ianetta 1, McMahon 1, Holliday 1, Dahl 1.
Milwaukee 10: Cain 2, Braun 1, Aguilar 2, Perez 1, Shaw 1, Kratz 1, Santana 1,
Schoop 1. E?Kratz (1). LOB?Colorado 9, Milwaukee 8. 2B?Moustakas (1),
Perez 2 (2). RBIs?Kratz 2 (2), Moustakas (2), Perez (1). SB?Desmont (1),
shaw (1), Perez (1). CS?Perez (1). SF?Freese. Runners left in scoring
position?Colorado 4 (Blackmon, Dahl, Story, Gonzalez); Milwaukee 5 (Kratz,
Braun 2, Cain, Jeffress). RISP?Colorado 0 for 7; Milwaukee 4 for 14.
Colorado
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
Anderson, L, 0-1...........6 4 1 1 2 5
84 1.50
Oberg .........................1 2 0 0 0 3
24 0.00
Musgrave.....................0 0 1 1 1 0
5 13.50
Oh ............................ 1?3 2 2 2 1 1
20 54.00
10 0.00
Rusin......................... 2?3 1 0 0 0 1
Milwukee
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
Chacin, W, 1-0 .............5 3 0 0 3 3
85 0.00
Knebel, H,1 .................1 0 0 0 0 2
12 0.00
10 0.00
Soria, H, 1 .................. 2?3 1 0 0 0 2
Hader, H, 0 ................ 1?3 0 0 0 0 0
2 0.00
Jeffress, S, 0-1 .............2 2 0 0 0 3
31 6.00
Musgrave pitched to 1 batter in the 8th
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Astros flip power
switch in victory
They hit four home runs in
Game 1 to help Verlander
get his 12th playoff win.
HOUSTON 7
CLEVELAND 2
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J.D. MARTINEZ celebrates with Red Sox teammate Eduardo Nunez after Martinez?s three-run
home run against the Yankees in the first inning of Game 1. Boston held a 5-0 lead at one point.
Red Sox hold on at end
Sale pitches well but the
shaky bullpen nearly costs
Boston in later innings.
BOSTON 5
NEW YORK 4
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BOSTON ? Chris Sale struck
out eight for his first postseason
win, J.D. Martinez hit a three-run
homer and the Boston Red Sox
sweated out their shaky bullpen to
hold off the New York Yankees 5-4
on Friday night in Game 1 of the AL
Division Series.
One year after he was pounded
by Houston in his playoff debut,
Sale took a four-hit shutout into
the sixth inning. The Yankees
loaded the bases in the sixth and
seventh, cutting the deficit to 5-3.
Aaron Judge homered off Craig
Kimbrel leading off the ninth before the Red Sox closer retired the
next three batters, striking out Giancarlo Stanton and Luke Voit for
the save.
It was the first ALDS matchup
between the teams and the first in
the postseason since the Red Sox
staged an unprecedented rally
from a 3-0 deficit in the 2004 AL
Championship Series to advance
and then won the World Series to
end their 86-year dynasty of disappointment. (They also met in the
ALCS the year before, and it ended
with current Yankees manager
Aaron Boone?s 11th-inning homer
in Game 7, better known in Boston
as the game when manager Grady
Little inexplicably left a tiring
Pedro Martinez on the mound.)
?This is what I envisioned,? said
J.D. Martinez, who signed with the
Red Sox as a free agent last offseason. ?I think this is what MLB
and baseball wanted to see, what
baseball fans all over the world
wanted to see.?
Game 2 in the best-of-five series
is Saturday night, with Boston
starting another pitcher trying to
overcome a history of postseason
struggles: left-hander David Price
is 0-8 as a starter in the playoffs.
He?ll face Yankees right-hander
Masahiro Tanaka.
The Red Sox took a 5-0 lead
against Yankees starter J.A. Happ
and then white-knuckled it after
Sale left with two on and one out in
the sixth.
New York, which won 100 regular-season games plus the AL wildcard game against Oakland, got
three singles and two walks in the
sixth, scoring two before Brandon
Workman ? the only player on the
Red Sox roster with a World Series
ring ? struck out Gleyber Torres to
end the threat.
The Yankees loaded the bases
with nobody out in the seventh inning but scored just one run. Boston manager Alex Cora used
scheduled Game 3 starter Rick
Porcello to get two outs in the
eighth before turning to Kimbrel
for a four-out save.
The Red Sox made it 5-0 in the
ALDS GAME 1
RED SOX 5, YANKEES 4
New York AB R H BI Avg. Boston
AB
McCtchn lf 5 1 1 0 .200 Betts rf
3
Judge rf
5 1 3 1 .600 Benintendi lf 4
Hicks cf
1 0 1 0 1.00 Pearce 1b
3
1-Grdner cf 2 1 0 0 .000 Moreland 1b 0
Stanton dh 5 1 1 0 .200 Martinez dh 4
Voit 1b
5 0 2 2 .400 Bogaerts ss 3
Grgrius ss
4 0 1 1 .250 Nunez 3b
4
Andujar 3b 3 0 0 0 .000 Kinsler 2b
4
Sanchez c 3 0 0 0 .000 Leon c
3
Torres 2b
3 0 1 0 .333 Bradley Jr. cf 2
Totals
36 4 10 4
Totals
30
New York
Boston
R
1
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
5
000 002 101 ?4
302 000 00x ?5
H
1
2
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
8
BI
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
5
Avg.
.333
.500
.333
--.500
.333
.000
.250
.000
.000
10
8
0
0
1-ran for Hicks in the 4th.
Walks?New York 5: Hicks 1, 1-Gardner 1, Andujar 1, Sanchez 1,
Torres 1. Boston 3: Betts 1, Pearce 1, Bradley Jr. 1.
Strikeouts?New York 13: McCutchen 1, Judge 1, 1-Gardner 1,
Stanton 4, Voit 2, Gregorius 1, Andujar 1, Sanchez 1, Torres 1. Boston
7: Betts 2, Pearce 1, Nunez 1, Kinsler 3.
LOB?New York 10, Boston 6. 2B?Betts (1). HR?Judge (1), off
Kimbrel; Martinez (1), off Happ. RBIs?Judge (1), Voit 2 (2),
Gregorius (1), Pearce (1), Martinez 3 (3), Bogaerts (1).
SB?Benintendi (1). SF?Bogaerts. S?Leon.
Runners left in scoring position?New York 4 (Gregorius,
Andujar, Torres 2); Boston 1 (Benintendi). RISP?New York 1 for 7;
Boston 3 for 6.
Runners moved up?Martinez. GIDP?Andujar.
DP?Boston 1 (Kinsler, Bogaerts, Pearce).
New York
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
Happ, L, 0-1 ................2 4 5 5 1 2
44 22.50
Green .........................2 2 0 0 1 0
24 0.00
Lynn ...........................2 1 0 0 1 2
32 0.00
Britton ........................1 1 0 0 0 1
12 0.00
Robertson....................1 0 0 0 0 2
15 0.00
Boston
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
93 3.38
Sale, W, 1-0 ..............51?3 5 2 2 2 8
15 0.00
Brasier........................ 1?3 1 0 0 1 0
17 27.00
Workman, H, 1.............1?3 2 1 1 1 1
Barnes, H, 1 ................1 0 0 0 1 1
20 0.00
Porcello, H, 1...............2?3 1 0 0 0 0
15 0.00
22 6.75
Kimbrel, S, 1-1...........11?3 1 1 1 0 3
Happ pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd. Workman pitched to 2
batters in the 7th.
Inherited runners-scored?Green 2-2, Brasier 2-2, Workman
2-0, Barnes 2-1, Kimbrel 1-0. WP?Brasier, Barnes.
U?Cory Blaser, Dan Bellino, Mike Winters, Angel Hernandez
T?3:41. Tickets sold?39,059 (37,731).
third when Mookie Betts doubled
off the left-field wall and Andrew
Benintendi chased Happ with a
bunt single that moved the runner
to third. Steve Pearce singled in
one run and another scored on
Xander Bogaerts? sacrifice fly.
HOUSTON ? It?s October and
George Springer, Jose Altuve and
Alex Bregman are all hitting home
runs once again, helping the Houston Astros to a postseason win.
A year after launching a World
Series-record 15 homers in winning
their first championship, the
Astros picked up right where they
left off, hitting four home runs to
power past the Cleveland Indians
7-2 Friday in Game 1 of the AL
Division Series.
Martin Maldonado also connected for the Astros, who didn?t
waste any time displaying the
same power that carried them to
last year?s title.
Much was made about the
pitching prowess these teams possess in the days leading up to this
game. But it was a bunch of long
balls to put the Astros ahead in this
best-of-five series.
?As much as I?ve heard different
opinions about our offense, it?s
pretty long, it?s pretty good, it?s
pretty potent,? manager AJ Hinch
said. ?Case in point today.?
Houston?s pop backed up a
solid start by Justin Verlander,
who bested Corey Kluber in a
matchup of Cy Young Award-winning aces in the first postseason
meeting between these teams.
Verlander took a no-hitter into
the sixth inning and got his 12th
playoff win. He allowed two hits
and two runs in 51?3 innings ? the
Indians finished with only three
hits, all singles.
Kluber, a two-time Cy Young
winner who was coming off his first
20-win season, was tagged for three
home runs in 42?3 innings. It was a
repeat performance from last October?s ALDS, when he made two
starts against the New York Yankees and left with a 12.79 ERA.
Game 2 is Saturday in Houston.
Gerrit Cole starts for the Astros
against Carlos Carrasco.
The Astros hit 27 homers last
postseason ? Springer hit five in
the World Series and set a record
by connecting in four straight
games on his way to winning the
MVP award.
Bregman, coming off a break-
ALDS GAME 1
ASTROS 7, INDIANS 2
Cleveland AB R H BI Avg. Houston AB R H BI Avg.
Lindor ss
4 1 1 0 .250 Sprngr cf
4 2 2 1 .500
Brantley lf
3 0 1 0 .333 Altuve 2b
4 1 1 1 .250
Ramirez 2b 3 0 0 1 .000 Brgmn 3b
3 1 2 2 .667
Encrncn dh 4 0 0 0 .000 Gurriel 1b 3 1 1 0 .333
Dnldsn 3b
4 0 0 0 .000 Gonzalez lf 3 0 1 0 .333
Alonso 1b
3 0 0 0 .000 Mrsnck cf
0 0 0 0 --Cabrera rf
3 0 0 0 .000 Correa ss
4 0 0 0 .000
Gomes c
3 1 1 0 .333 White dh
3 0 2 0 .667
Kipnis cf
3 0 0 0 .000 1-Straw dh 0 1 0 0 --Totals
30 2 3 1
Reddick rf 4 0 2 2 .500
Mldndo c
4 1 1 1 .250
Totals
32 7 12 7
Cleveland
Houston
000 002 000 ?2
000 220 21x ?7
3
12
0
0
1-ran for White in the 8th.
Walks?Cleveland 2: Brantley 1, Ramirez 1. Houston 2: Bregman
1, Gurriel 1. Strikeouts?Cleveland 10: Lindor 1, Ramirez 1,
Encarnacion 1, Donaldson 1, Alonso 3, Gomes 1, Kipnis 2. Houston
3: Gonzalez 1, Correa 1, Maldonado 1. LOB?Cleveland 3, Houston 5.
2B?Gurriel (1), White (1). HR?Bregman (1), off Kluber; Springer (1),
off Kluber; Altuve (1), off Kluber; Maldonado (1), off Allen.
RBIs?Ramirez (1), Springer (1), Altuve (1), Bregman 2 (2), Reddick
2 (2), Maldonado (1). CS?Gonzalez (1). Runners left in scoring
position?Cleveland 1 (Encarnacion); Houston 2 (Gonzalez,
Maldonado). RISP?Cleveland 0 for 2; Houston 3 for 6. Runners
moved up?Ramirez, Altuve. GIDP?Reddick, Maldonado.
DP?Cleveland 2 (Lindor, Alonso), (Lindor, Ramirez, Alonso).
Cleveland
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
Kluber, L, 0-1.............42?3 6 4 4 2 2
87 7.71
Cimber........................1 0 0 0 0 0
11 0.00
17 54.00
Allen ..........................1?3 2 2 2 0 0
Bauer .........................1 2 0 0 0 1
16 0.00
Otero ..........................1 2 1 1 0 0
13 9.00
Houston
IP H R ER BB SO
NP ERA
102 3.38
Verlander, W, 1-0........51?3 2 2 2 2 7
22 0.00
Pressly, H, 1 ..............12?3 0 0 0 0 2
McCullers ....................1 0 0 0 0 0
11 0.00
Osuna.........................1 1 0 0 0 1
15 0.00
Allen pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.
Inherited runners-scored?Cimber 1-0, Bauer 1-1, Pressly 3-2.
HBP?Kluber 2 (Gonzalez,White). WP?Pressly.
U?Chris Conroy, Chad Fairchild, Jerry Layne, Tim Timmons, Jeff
Nelson, Andy Fletcher. T?3:36. Tickets sold?43,514 (41,168).
out year, got Houston?s first hit
with his drive to the Crawford
Boxes in left field to start a two-run
fourth inning.
?The only thing I can say about
him is without him we wouldn?t be
here,? Altuve said.
The 103-win Astros were still up
2-0 when Springer led off the fifth
with a full-count homer to left.
That made him just the third player in major league history to homer
in five straight postseason games.
?I?m happy that I was able to
help us win in all of those games
and be a spark plug,? Springer said.
Two pitches later Altuve, last
year?s AL MVP, connected for his
eighth career postseason homer
when he also sent one to left field.
He began last year?s playoffs with
three home runs in the ALDS
opener against Boston.
Kluber watched stone faced as
Altuve headed for first and shook
his head slightly as he rounded the
bases and the crowd roared with
scattered chants of ?MVP.?
Kluber followed up his splendid
regular season with another playoff dud. A year after giving up four
homers in two starts against the
Yankees, the long ball again proved
to be a problem for him. He left
with two outs in the fifth inning after allowing six hits and four runs
while walking three.
CALENDAR
E
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 0 1 8 :: L A T I M E S . C O M / C A L E N D A R
MUSIC REVIEW
A first
listen
to the
future
L.A. Phil formally
begins 100th season
with world premiere
of Andrew Norman?s
visionary ?Sustain.?
MARK SWED
MUSIC CRITIC
Kirk McKoy Los Angeles Times
PALS Tom Hardy, left, and Riz Ahmed see eye-to-eye about their morally compromised ?Venom? characters reflecting behavior today.
Their ?Venom? is
just for the screen
Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed agree about being adversarial
BY JEN YAMATO >>> In Sony?s Marvel action standalone
?Venom? they battle it out as super-enemies over the fate of
humanity as we know it. Last week in Beverly Hills, stars
Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed sat cozily side by side on a couch,
embraced, and held each other for a beat.
?Have you been training?? Hardy, 41, exclaimed with a sly
smile, gently squeezing Ahmed?s bicep. Ahmed grinned, explaining that the decorated actors, two of the brightest talents of their generation, have known each other for more
than a decade ? even if it took a $100-million comic book
movie to bring them together onscreen.
?He?s always been very helpful to me,? said Ahmed, 35.
?When I had my first lead role, ?Bronson? had just come out
and I was, like, ?How does it work? There?s a red carpet ? do I
need to get a suit?? I called him up. He?d had that experience
before me.?
The potential franchise-starter ?Venom,? produced by
Sony?s Columbia Pictures in association with Marvel, introduces the character best known from the comics as SpiderMan?s razor-toothed, lizard-tongued, alien symbiote nemesis. Although reviews have been lackluster, box office analysts predict a robust opening over the weekend that would
make ?Venom? the biggest October debut of all time ? not
bad for a Spidey-less new-origin saga unconnected to the
Disney-owned Marvel Cinematic Universe.
That?s not to say Venom doesn?t have a nemesis in director
Ruben Fleischer?s film and one who fundamentally mirrors
and challenges his moral compass as the PG-13 carnage piles
up.
Hardy plays rebellious investigative reporter Eddie
Brock, who scours the mean streets of San Francisco digging
up dirty doings by corporate villains ? until, in his desperation to take down shady tech philanthropist Carlton Drake
(Ahmed), a fateful decision ruins his [See ?Venom,? E4]
Let it be said straight
away: Andrew Norman?s
?Sustain,? which had its premiere at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Thursday night,
is a near out-of-body acoustic experience that sounds
like, and feels like, the future
we want, sans dystopia.
But, first, back to the present.
It is a little hard to believe
that the L.A. Phil?s overfull
centennial season, its entertainments already having
consumed much of our
smoggy city?s available arts
oxygen, only really began
Thursday. That was the orchestra?s first regular concert of the season in Disney
and the launch of its LA Fest,
which features more than a
dozen new and old commissions, and only one work
more than 25 years old.
In the week before, Gustavo Dudamel led the startling ?California Soul? and
the unveiling of Refik
Anadol?s ?WDCH Dreams?
projected on the Disney exterior (which ends Saturday
night). There was the epic
?Celebrate LA!? street party
Sunday with 1,800 performers followed by a free Hollywood Bowl concert concluding with appearances by
Katy Perry and John
Williams. By then, the orchestra had also chalked
premieres by Julia Adolphe
and Paul Desenne.
Thursday
morning
[See L.A. Phil, E3]
Actress is icing
on ?The Cake?
Debra Jo Rupp?s
performance is the
best thing about ?The
Cake? at Geffen. E3
A new landing
for Conchords
The comic musical
duo Flight of the
Conchords return for
a TV concert. E5
Comics ................... E6-7
TV grid ...................... E8
FALL TV SEASON
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REVIEW
?Dead?s? walk will
change direction
Thrilling new
?Doctor Who?
The wonderful actress
Jodie Whittaker is the
first woman in the top
role. And it?s her time.
ROBERT LLOYD
TELEVISION CRITIC
Finally, the Doctor is a
woman. Sunday night, Jodie
Whittaker becomes the
Thirteenth Doctor, replacing Peter Capaldi as the star
of the long-running British
science-fiction adventure
series ?Doctor Who? (seen
here on BBC America).
It?s a big step in the life of
the series, which also installs
Chris Chibnall, formerly the
head writer of the ?Who?spun ?Torchwood,? as its
new showrunner. And yet it
is very much like all such
steps before it: One actor
passes the role to another;
the Doctor ? a Time Lord
from the planet Gallifrey ?
takes on a new form and personality, which is not entirely distinct from his, now
her, preceding selves. Thus
has it been since an ailing
William
Hartnell,
who
played the First Doctor,
transformed into Patrick
Troughton, Doctor Two,
back in 1966 ? an invention
mothered by necessity.
?We?re all capable of the
most incredible change,? the
Doctor will say, of herself
and everybody, making a
point not incidentally germane to the series itself. ?We
can evolve while still staying
true to who we are. We can
honor who we?ve been and
choose who we want to be
next.?
[See ?Doctor,? E5]
Different showrunner.
Building a future. Two
huge exits. Change is
coming on ?Walking.?
By Makeda Easter
Giles Keyte BBC America
THE DOCTOR (Jodie Whittaker, front, with Bradley
Walsh) is playful and funny but also has authority.
Only a few minutes into
the second episode of the
new season of ?The Walking
Dead,? Rick Grimes succinctly makes a revelatory
comment that could been
seen as a glimpse into the direction of of AMC?s mega-hit
zombie drama.
Sitting in a darkened
room, Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, says in his signature Southern drawl, ?It
wasn?t that long ago we were
fighting just to stay alive.
But it?s not like that anymore. We?re building. We?re
growing.?
After living through a
deadly outbreak, Grimes
and his ragtag crew of survivors have struggled to stay
alive among flesh-eating
zombies
and
sadistic
psychopaths bent on inflicting physical and psychological torture. After battling
Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the sadistic leader of
the rampaging Saviors for
the last two seasons, Grimes
ultimately decided to spare
Negan?s life, at the dying request of his teenage son, Carl
(Chandler Riggs).
Starting its ninth season
Sunday, the AMC series begins with a major time jump
? a year and a half after Negan?s defeat. Grimes and his
troupe, the Saviors and
other clans of survivors are
attempting to coexist.
At a recent promotional
roundtable event, Angela
Kang, who is taking over
showrunner duties from
Scott Gimple, and several
cast members described
[See ?Dead,? E4]
E3
L AT I ME S . CO M/ CA L E N DA R
Rupp again is icing on ?The Cake?
The mostly satisfying
play about a woman
reluctant to bake for a
lesbian couple is like
sugary comfort food.
CHARLES McNULTY
THEATER CRITIC
Playwright Bekah Brunstetter?s ?The Cake? was
inspired by news reports
about businesses that objected on religious grounds
to providing their goods and
services to gay couples who
were getting married.
Brunstetter, a writer and
producer on the hit NBC series ?This Is Us,? centers her
play on a Christian baker in
North Carolina who refuses
to bake a wedding cake for
the daughter of her late best
friend after learning that
one of her frosted masterpieces would be served at
the celebration of a lesbian
union. If the story sounds
familiar, it?s because the
Supreme Court decided a
similar case this year.
Brunstetter began ?The
Cake? long before the
Supreme Court decided to
hear Masterpiece Cakeshop
vs. Colorado Civil Rights
Commission.
Her
play
doesn?t venture anywhere
near a courthouse, but it
does touch on some of the
cultural issues that make
these legal battles so vexing
to sort out.
I invited two lawyers who
were instrumental in the
marriage equality campaign
to join me for this reprise of
the Echo Theater Company
production of ?The Cake? at
the Geffen Playhouse?s Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater.
But our conversation after
the show was more focused
on plot than precedent.
The long family history
between Della (a sparkling
Debra Jo Rupp, best known
for her role on ?That ?70s
Show?) and Jen (Shannon
Lucio) transforms a purely
economic transaction into
an emotionally fraught personal encounter. Della is the
proud owner of a bakery in
Winston-Salem. Jen, a native North Carolinian with
the twang to prove it, is
about to tie the knot with
Macy (Carolyn Ratteray),
who seems to have been
shipped special delivery
from the blue state bridal
catalog .
Jen still feels so connected to her hometown
that she has decided to have
her wedding at the same
place her parents were married. But her life has
changed dramatically in recent years. Meeting Macy
has clarified that her
numbed intimacy with men
wasn?t a sign that she hadn?t
Photographs by
Chris Whitaker Angel Nicanor
THIS MOMENT notwithstanding, North Carolina baker Della (Debra Jo Rupp) isn?t keen on giving her cake to Macy (Carolyn Ratteray).
?The Cake?
JEN (Shannon Lucio, lying down) wants to marry
Where: Geffen Playhouse,
Audrey Skirball Kenis
Theater, 10886 Le Conte
Ave., L.A.
When: 8 p.m. Tuesdays
through Fridays, 3 and 8
p.m. Saturdays, 2 and 7
p.m. Sundays. End Oct. 21.
Tickets: $30-$120
Info: (310) 208-5454 or
www.geffenplayhouse.org
Running time: 1 hour,
35 minutes
Macy (Ratteray) in the same place her parents wed.
found the right fellow. It was
an indication that her true
nature wasn?t heterosexual.
Falling in love with Macy has
revealed herself to herself.
The opening exchange
between Macy and Della depicts with sitcom exaggeration the cultural gulf Jen
is straddling. A Brooklynbased African American
writer (?Huffpo, Jezebel,
Slate?), Macy doesn?t have
much patience for tolerance.
Empowered to the point of
being occasionally confrontational, she arrives at the
bakeshop before Jen and
seems to be on a reconnaissance mission.
Della, whose fantasies
about getting on ?The Great
American Baking Show? are
enacted in dream-like sequences, spends more time
quoting from her recipes
than from the Bible. Macy?s
gluten-free diet and wariness of sugar immediately
mark her as a stranger in
these comfort food part. But
Della is a naturally chatty
cake-maker who loves sharing the secrets of her trade.
After learning about Macy?s connection to Jen, Della
seems genuinely pained
about her decision not to
bake the wedding cake. But
as her husband, Tim (Rod
McLachlan), reminds her,
?We know we can?t pick and
choose the Bible, honey.?
?The Cake? is a play for
audiences who enjoy the
safety of predictability.
There?s a television quality
to the dramedy, an artificial
word for a play that has a
slight store-bought flavor.
The production, directed by
Jennifer Chambers, is like
cookies that taste great with
a tall glass of milk ? as long
as you overlook the artificial
ingredients on the side of the
box.
What makes the drama
noteworthy is the sympathetic light in which Della is
portrayed. Nothing about
?The Cake? suggests that
the playwright has any issue
with marriage equality. But
Della, for all her provincial
eccentricities, is never dismissed as a Bible-thumping
hick.
Compassionately
drawn and portrayed, she?s
simply having trouble reconciling her religious beliefs
with her instinctive neighborliness.
The national culture has
leaped ahead of her local values. But rather than flaring
with righteous indignation,
Rupp?s Della ripples with
doubts and misgivings. We
see her struggle. Jen is like
family to her. It breaks her
heart to break the young
woman?s heart.
Most unexpectedly, Della?s encounter with a vibrant
lesbian couple begins to release repressed feelings
about her own sexless marriage. Della dares Tim to
awaken their dormant intimacy. Their sensual fumbling, involving at one point
a mountain of mashed potatoes, would be only slightly
risquИ for an episode of
?Roseanne.? But the familiarity is deployed for a purpose.
The laughter humanizes
Della and Tim for theatergoers who likely do not share
their views. And for those
who do, Della?s nervous
questioning of religious orthodoxy is handled with extra-large oven mitts. Nothing too heretical is going to
emerge from these comic
proceedings. But opposing
sides will be forced to deal
with each other as slightly
goofy, basically well-meaning people rather than as
cardboard zealots.
?The Cake? would have
been a stronger play had
Brunstetter not turned
Macy into a liberal cartoon.
Jen has more contours and
contradictions, but she
doesn?t always come off as
credible. Worse, Jen and Macy?s relationship feels like it
was concocted in a writing
laboratory far away from
real LGBTQ lives. Even
their qualms and quarrels
have a painted-on quality.
Brunstetter resists a
fairy-tale conclusion, but the
ending isn?t earned. Della?s
journey requires not just a
leap of faith but the lobotomizing of disbelief. (Given
that Della?s rejection of Jen
and Macy has painful professional consequences, are we
really to accept that her
dashed dreams can be
wiped up with a shrug like
spilled milk?)
Yet there?s something
satisfyingly sweet about
?The Cake.?
It?s no wonder Los Angeles is getting a second helping at the Geffen (after the
play?s 2017 Atwater Village
Theatre run) and that Manhattan Theatre Club has announced its own production
(also starring Rupp) for next
year.
At a time when the country is so bitterly polarized, is
there any way to get people
to stop talking past each
other? Brunstetter affectionately caricatures all
sides to get us to laugh together.
Hearts and minds are
dug in. But the fizzy delight
of Rupp?s performance is
something we can all agree
on.
charles.mcnulty@
latimes.com
Twitter: @charlesmcnulty
Phil presents
a first listen
to the future
[L.A. Phil, from E1]
brought the news that L.A.
Phil violinist Vijay Gupta
had received a MacArthur
?genius? grant for his work
with the L.A. homeless and
prison population. Another
in this year?s list was a former
Dudamel fellow, Matthew
Aucoin, who has moved
across the street to be Los
Angeles Opera?s artist-inresidence.
There were more surprises still.
For Thursday?s concert,
the players came on stage
wearing new concert dress.
White tie and tails are finally
out (except for very special
formal occasions). The new
look is all black. For the men:
black suits, shirts and ties.
Black dresses or pants for
the women. Dudamel is also
in a dark suit, but with a
white shirt. Guest performers can wear what they like.
While the vast majority of
the previous week?s L.A. Phil
attention-getting was about
reaching out into the community, its naysayers have
argued that any orchestra?s
essence lies in its fostering a
great and unique art form.
For some, how the band
plays Beethoven is all that
really matters.
Beethoven is played in
this opening program that
runs through Sunday. So is
conductor laureate EsaPekka Salonen?s ?LA Varia-
tions,? which Dudamel uses
to open a program about the
orchestra itself. To that end,
Beethoven?s Triple Concerto
featured as soloists concertmaster Martin Chalifour,
principal cellist Robert deMaine and the orchestra?s pianist, Joanne Pearce Martin.
But it is the stunning
?Sustain? that musically
thus far has done the most to
redefine the modern-day orchestral experience. Its 38year-old composer has already easily become the
leading L.A. (and arguably
leading American) composer of his generation. He is
well known also as an educator and programmer, connected to programs at the
L.A. Phil, Los Angeles Chamber
Orchestra
(which
opened it season last weekend with one of his pieces)
and USC, where he is on faculty. A messy early version of
his big orchestral piece,
?Play,? was honored with a
Grawemeyer Award, nominated for a Grammy, and
called by some the greatest
modern orchestral work
even before Norman rewrote
it for Dudamel and the L.A.
Phil, making it live up to
some of the hype.
The breakthrough, however, is ?Sustain.? Here, Norman thinks big. He?s over his
various forms of ?play? (he
first got attention with an irresistible student score mu-
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COMPOSER Andrew Norman, with Gustavo Dudamel, receives robust applause for his new work, ?Sustain.?
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When: 8 p.m. Saturday,
2 p.m. Sunday
Price: $20-$216
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sic that mimicked video
games). In ?Sustain,? Norman envisions huge time
scales, the lifespan of the
earth and beyond.
It is a granitic 36-minute
score that begins with a little
fanfare from two pianos
placed on either side of the
orchestra and tuned a quarter tone apart. Immediately,
we?re in another world. And
that world is one I?ve never
heard before in this way.
Visually, the score shows
massive patterns of notes
over 135 exhibition-worthy
pages. Aurally, the orchestra
dives and ascends through
gravity-defying swoops capable of leaving a listener?s
stomach behind. Inside the
big ever-changing patterns
that build to an extraordinary climax there are hundreds of titillating instrumental details, tinkles and
tweets, fleeting melodic
lines, scraping large plywood
planks.
The work is made of re-
peated cycles structured like
a spiral. The pianos come
back halfway through and
start the second one, which
is half as long as the first. The
third is again sped up double
time, and the experience
could be likened to being
propelled in a spaceship
toward a black hole. Eventually, time breaks down. The
pianos float away to heavenknows-where. Other instruments follow suit. In an exceptional feat of musical
transformation, we wind up
in an indefinable new dimension. This is something new.
Salonen was around the
same age as Norman when
he wrote ?LA Variations,?
now an L.A. classic, in 1996.
That was his breakthrough,
a Finnish composer finding
his voice on the West Coast.
Dudamel has conducted it
before and brings his own
soulful voice to the luxurious
mix.
The Beethoven concerto
was swift. The solo trio
played as the eloquent close
colleagues they are, not
showy soloists. In this context of everything else L.A.
Phil, the subtly illuminating,
sleek performance might
have seemed somewhat, if
necessarily, understated, as
if it would have simply been
too much to make a really big
deal about Beethoven too.
Beethovenian sustainability is not in question.
mark.swed@latimes.com
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?Dead? will walk a new direction
[?Dead,? from E1]
this season?s changes ? explaining how it?s more focused on community building and creating a world similar to the one survivors had
before the dead walked the
earth, even as the world
around them becomes more
decayed.
?In the comic book, there
is this time jump that we?re
paying homage to at the beginning of the season,? Kang
said. ?The style of the way
that everybody trying to rebuild civilization. It feels a little medieval, it feels a little
western. Those are some of
the visual inspirations that
we took.?
And after an action-heavy
couple of seasons, Kang
promised more horror touches and more zombies, saying she was inspired by the
series? pilot, which premiered
nearly eight years ago.
?It feels like a new show,?
said Norman Reedus, who
plays Daryl Dixon, the resourceful and stoic hunter.
?Like a really honest, heartfelt western that?s scary.?
There was good reason to
make changes in the longrunning series.
The
seventh
season
opened with the graphic
deaths of two beloved characters ? Abraham Ford
(Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn
Rhee (Steven Yeun) ? both
savagely bludgeoned by Negan with ?Lucille,? a baseball
bat wrapped in barbed wire.
When Grimes? son Carl,
widely considered ?untouchable,? euthanized himself after being bitten by a zombie
in Season 8, many viewers
were both outraged and exhausted.
Although the show is
known for killing off popular
characters and exploring
what could be the harsh realities of a zombie apocalypse, a
lot of fans blamed Gimple,
saying the show had become
?misery porn.?
The series has also seen a
steady ratings decline the
last two seasons. The Season
7 finale pulled 11.3 million
viewers, down nearly 3 million from the Season 6 finale.
And the Season 8 finale was
the lowest rated since season
1, with a 3.4 rating among
adults under 50 and 7.9 million viewers.
But the show still remains
one of the most successful series on TV, and Gimple was
promoted to chief content officer, overseeing the entire
Jackson Lee Davis AMC
MICHONNE (Danai Gurira) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln), a couple since Season 6, will have to let go as Lincoln has opted to leave the show.
?The Walking
Dead?
Where: AMC
When: 9 p.m. Sunday
Rated: TV-MA-LV (may be
unsuitable for children
under age 17 with
advisories for coarse
language and violence)
?Walking Dead? universe, including ?Fear the Walking
Dead? and other potential
brand expansions.
?The flagship, it started
with this one man looking for
his family. He found them
and plus a group ... and then
they found that the world is
much bigger than they imagined,? Kang said. ?As our
groups discover more of the
world around them.... It does
allow for some interesting
storytelling opportunities.?
Other
monumental
changes this season include
the departure of Lincoln, the
show?s lead since the first
season. Lauren Cohan, who
plays the widowed Maggie
Greene, is also taking on a diminished presence after
landing a starring role in
ABC?s upcoming ?Whiskey
Cavalier.? While Kang revealed that Cohan would exit
during the first half of the
season, she was more tightlipped about how Lincoln?s
departure would play out.
? Said Kang ?What form
that takes, I kind of don?t
want to spoil that for the audience. Hopefully it?s a storyline that kind of gives a sense
of completion for the show.?
Longtime cast members
Reedus, Melissa McBride,
who plays Carol Peletier, and
Danai Gurira, who plays the
katana-wielding Michonne,
reflected on Lincoln?s impact
on the series.
?In a world like this, where
there?s zombies and samurai
swords ... it could so easily
become a corny show,? Reedus said. ?Andy took it from
the very beginning as something that was super serious
... so that we don?t fly off into
this B-movie sort of thing.?
?I?m going to deeply miss
them being there,? McBride
said. ?You still feel him there,
Andy in particular. He?s been
there from the beginning.
He?s like the top-down
leader.?
?We are family. So of
course when people leave, it?s
hard,? Gurira said. ?It?s like
the end of something in some
senses. But we still remain
family, which is the beauty of
the blessing that has been
this experience for us all.?
But defeating Negan and
the pursuit of peace has
another perk for the cast ?
more dialogue and character
development. From Michonne?s arc as a detached
killer to a maternal warrior,
to Carol?s arc as a victim of
domestic abuse to a strong
leader and fighter, this sea-
son intends to meditate on
character growth and deepening relationships, particularly among the women.
Kang says viewers can expect to see more interactions
among Michonne, Carol and
Maggie.
?That?s a lot of what we
got to do, which we haven?t
really been able to do as
much when you?re in the middle of war and mayhem and a
lot of darkness, a lot of pain,
and a lot of loss,? Gurira said.
After joining ?The Walking Dead? as a story editor
and writer in Season 2, Kang
has become the series? fourth
showrunner and first woman
to command the position.
?I think a lot about just
the impact of this being a big
global show and being me as
a woman of color,? Kang said.
?For me as a child, I didn?t
have somebody who looked
like me or came from my
background who was doing a
job like this. That?s sort of exciting that I know there are
people that will take inspiration from that and hopefully
they?ll feel like there are ways
their voices can be heard in
the creative realm.?
For Gurira, the series has
always depicted strong female portrayals, but it was
particularly exciting to have a
woman at the helm this season.
?It?s something that you
don?t see as often, and when
you do see it, there?s something very special about it,?
she said. ?Angela is exceptional, and she?s excellent.?
McBride said she could
feel an immediate shift when
Kang took the reins.
?The cinematic feel to it,
the use of the props, the use of
the landscapes, the animals,
the visuals are different,? McBride said. ?There?s more
breathing room and still the
story gets told. It feels nice.?
makeda.easter@
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Twitter: @makedaeaster
Their ?Venom? doesn?t carry off-screen
[?Venom,? from E1]
credibility and makes a
shambles of his life.
Then arrives Venom, an
ever-hungry parasitic alien
being from another planet
who finds in Brock the perfect human host, merging
with his body and giving the
disgraced journalist superpowers and a renewed lease
on life.
?They?re both kind of
parasitic in different ways,?
said Ahmed. ?[Eddie Brock]
has a messiah complex and is
really self-serving. The ends
justify the means. That?s one
thing that?s quite cutthroat
in how he goes about as a
knight in shining armor. Venom is parasitic and feeds off
of other people.?
?But at least he?s honest!?
Hardy said and laughed,
puffing on a vape pen.
When Ahmed signed on
to the film to play Drake ? a
space-obsessed
visionary
who also happens to be unafraid to sacrifice a few unwilling test subjects for the
sake of the human race ?
Hardy and Oscar-nominated
actress
Michelle
Williams
were
already
onboard. ?He texted me and
he was, like, ?Yes, bro ? really
glad you?re doing this!? ? said
Ahmed.
The pair first met in 2007,
their friendship bolstered by
a number of mutual acquaintances. Then came
?Sour Times.? A decade before he?d win an Emmy and a
Golden Globe nomination
for his work on ?The Night
Of,? Ahmed, who is also a
musician, wrote a spokenword rap about terrorism
and extremism and enlisted
Hardy to costar in its music
video.
Ten years later the two
would reunite in ?Venom,?
with a script by Jeff Pinkner,
Scott Rosenberg and Kelly
Marcel.
For Hardy, signing on to
lead a comic-book franchise
was a careful choice, particularly after his genre favorite
turns as the sinister villain
Bane in Christopher Nolan?s
?The Dark Knight Rises? and
Frank Masi Sony Pictures Entertainment
IN THE NEW superhero movie ?Venom,? Tom Hardy, left, portrays a journalist-
turned-antihero and who is tracking Riz Ahmed?s shady tech entrepreneur.
the Wasteland hero Mad
Max in George Miller?s ?Mad
Max: Fury Road.?
?You?re going to be in this
relationship for however
many years ? [and] nine
times out of 10 with studios
it?s three-picture deals,? he
said. At least today?s Hollywood stars don?t have to sign
exclusively to studios like
their golden age predecessors did, he mused.
Hearty rИsumИs
A range of acclaimed roles
mark Hardy?s last decade of
work, running the gamut
from his 2008 breakout in
Nicolas Winding Refn?s
?Bronson? to ?Tinker Tailor
Soldier Spy,? ?Warrior,?
?Locke,? ?Dunkirk,? an Oscar-nominated turn in ?The
Revenant? and the TV dramas ?Peaky Blinders? and
?Taboo,? the latter of which
he also co-created.
How he chooses his projects ? particularly the bigger, more demanding or
time-intensive gigs ? involves intentional diversifi-
cation and good timing.
?For me, well, I?m 41 now.
I?m not a door-kicker in the
same way I was when I was a
young buck coming up,? said
Hardy. ?I?m not the first man
in the room, pointing my
weapon like, ?I?m hungry? ?
I?m sort of team-leading in
some aspects now, I know my
position and I know where
I?ve got to step back [because] that?s not my position
to shine.
?I can?t go back around
and be an inauthentic young,
hungry actor that?s ambitious to show you what I?ve
got,? added Hardy, who was
appointed CBE this summer
during Queen Elizabeth II?s
Birthday Honours.
?I?ve got to move forward
and evolve. So naturally that
goes into thinking about
whether I?ll get involved in a
franchise.?
Ahmed also came up in
the U.K. indie scene with
award-nominated turns in
films such as 2008?s crime
drama ?Shifty? and the 2010
terrorism satire ?Four Li-
ons.? Roles in ?Nightcrawler?
and ?Jason Bourne? led up to
Ahmed?s 2016 blockbuster
debut in the ?Star Wars? prequel ?Rogue One.?
?Something that?s in the
ether [is] that there?s a distinction between true art
and entertainment, and
there can be,? said Ahmed.
?But I think the real distinction between art and entertainment isn?t so much scale
or whether one?s geared
more towards commercial
success.?
He quoted an insight he?d
read once from an unknown
author that stuck. ?They said
that entertainment is going
to confirm your assumptions
about the world, and art is
going to make you question
them. As long as something?s
challenging you, and making
you think ??
Hardy chimed in, exhaling a cloud of vapor. ?You?re
looking for the hybrid
though, aren?t you? The hybrid is what we?re seeking!?
They both say that blockbusters like ?Venom,? in
which antihero Brock and
villain Drake are kindred figures driven by similarly noble ideals, help chart a moral
framework for a real world in
which life doesn?t fall within a
good versus evil binary.
?It?s not just about heroes
and villains,? said Ahmed.
?It?s about the shades of
gray.?
?You?re absolutely right,?
said Hardy and nodded.
?The concept of morality, of
the symbolism of good versus evil ? thou shalt not kill
... unless. And in the ?unless,?
we unpack the pragmatism
of living in an ethical framework, as opposed to a cutand-dry good and bad.?
He chuckled. ?You laugh
along with them until he?s
biting off heads, and that?s it
? that?s our hero! We?ve gotten to the point where that?s
OK, because there?s some
shiny virtue to him as well.?
?I guess we?re playing in a
[real] world where no one?s
playing nice, people feel like
they can?t afford to play nice,
and the gloves are coming
off, aren?t they?? added Ahmed. ?The gloves seem to
have come off, so it seems we
expect that of our films as
well.?
The gray areas
It?s within those gray
areas of Eddie?s soul where
the fundamental conflicts of
?Venom? take place. Mayhem and cinematic destruction, of course, abound once
Venom is in the picture and
at the helm of Eddie?s body,
making for CG-fueled action
set pieces and some of
Hardy?s most impressive
physical work.
But it?s in coming to
terms with the alien inside
his head, Hardy says, that
his character learns to see
how his actions affect other
people and becomes whole.
In a way, Venom completes
Eddie Brock.
?It?s just like, hang on ?
you can?t be half a gangster
here,? he said. ?You?re virtuous, and you care, and that
has to spread 360 degrees
from the center of you or
you?re actually just a massive
hypocrite. Venom turns up
and holds his feet to the fire
on that.?
What makes ?Venom?
resonate, the actors say, is
that it is a superhero movie
? or rather, an antihero movie ? very much of its time.
?It feels like [when] we
came into the new century it
was dark times ? the war on
terror, the financial crash,
people were looking for a
kind of escape ? so we
started seeking this escapism, this wish-fulfillment
of, ?Someone?s going to come
and save the day,? ? said Ahmed, looking back on a decade-plus worth of Hollywood?s superheroics.
?I think we?re quite deep
into quite a dark century now
at this point, and the superhero genre is starting to
evolve as well ? confronting
the realization that it?s not
necessarily someone in a
cape who?s going to save us
and that we need to learn to
live pragmatically in a world
that?s full of moral compromises,? he continued.
Ahmed actually ad-libbed
one of Drake?s more contemporaneous moments, reveals
Hardy, while filming a scene
in which Brock lobs a slew of
criminal accusations at the
tech mogul during a filmed
interview.
Drake?s response: ?Fake
news,? turning President
Trump?s favorite dismissive
name for his journalistic critics into a line uttered literally
out of the mouth of a comicbook villain.
?It just felt like that?s
what?s going on right now,?
said Ahmed. ?We?re in an environment where the powerful, the politically powerful
and the economically powerful, are trying to swallow up
journalists and discredit
them, so I think it is very contemporary.?
?Art is a safe place to
play,? added Hardy. ?If you
can?t negotiate your terms in
art, then nothing is sacred,
and where can you??
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JEMAINE CLEMENT , left, and Bret McKenzie, a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords, onstage for a 10-year reunion ?Live in London? on HBO. Their show concluded in 2009.
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Conchords fly back to sillier times
The comedy rockers?
nostalgic but fresh
reunion gets topical
just for a moment.
By Chris Barton
?You?ve probably noticed
that we?re a bit older than we
were formerly,? said Jemaine
Clement, half of the musicalcomedy duo Flight of the
Conchords, to open a new
HBO special ?Live in London.? ?We?re not ill,? he assured the crowd before empathizing with how hard it
can be when viewers see familiar TV characters age.
?It?s difficult for us to see
you, because you?re older as
well,? Clement?s bandmate,
Bret McKenzie, added. ?But
the lights are quite dark, so
it?s quite flattering on you
guys.?
Times change, hair turns
gray, but the deadpan comic
reversals of Flight of the
Conchords are forever.
And though the New
Zealand duo has performed
a number of times since ending their self-titled HBO
comedy series after two seasons nearly 10 years ago ? including a 2016 U.S. tour ? forever is something akin to
what it feels like since they
were on TV together.
Back then, Netflix was
still mostly known for delivering DVDs in red envelopes,
the U.S. was slowly coming
out of a recession and ?Flight
of the Conchords? was setting a quirky template for an
eccentrically comic look at
the little moments that come
with living in New York City
that you can still see echoed
in shows such as ?Broad
City? and ?High Maintenance.?
Since ending the show in
2009, the duo haven?t exactly
vanished. Clement has been
a more common sight onscreen, lending a welcome
oddball presence to indie
films and FX?s ?Legion?
along with co-creating the
2014 vampire comedy ?What
We Do in Shadows? (soon to
be adapted for the network
?Flight of the
Conchords:
Live in London?
Where: HBO
When: 10 p.m. Saturday
Rating: TV-14 (may be
unsuitable for children
under age 14)
as well). McKenzie is now an
Oscar winner for original
song, having been honored
for his work on The Muppets?
big-screen return in 2011.
But for all the comedy
HBO?s ?Flight of the Conchords? found in the gentle
misadventures of two Kiwi
musicians in the big city, the
show?s offbeat musical interludes were its sharpest
weapon. As catchy as they
were funny in parodying artists and styles they admired,
the Conchords? dynamic duets were where their career
took off years ago on stages
including L.A.?s Largo. And
it?s where they return in
?Live in London,? which was
recorded at a sold-out show
this year.
As a result, the series isn?t
so much a focal point here ?
there are no cameos from
former castmates such as
Kirsten Schaal or Arj Barker
? as the back-and-forth
dynamic and musical moments that built it.
Between songs, Clement
and McKenzie traded familiar jokes about their home
country, at one point introducing the backing of the
New Zealand Symphony
Orchestra (a bassist named
Nigel). Still in-character as a
far bigger band, the duo
dryly tweak their decadent
rock ?n? roll lifestyle in banter
about the pleasures of a free
hotel muffin. Whether in
these exchanges or in song,
both remain lethal with
subtle reactions, loading
enough expression in a
raised eyebrow or tilt of the
head to be worthy of the
silent era.
This being a reunion
show, the hits are to be
expected. With both paying
different vocal tributes to
the late star, ?Bowie in
Space? carried more of a
wistful note than years past,
and, with the help of some
expert drum programming
and synthesizers from Clement, the moody ?Inner City
Pressure? remains the best
Pet Shop Boys song not
actually written by the Pet
Shop Boys.
Never content to stay in
the realm of the targeted
artist homages of ?Weird? Al
Yankovic, the Conchords
also touched on airy French
pop in the vocabulary test
nonsense of ?Foux Du Fa Fa?
and medieval madrigals
with ?Summer of 1353,?
which
boldly
answers
whether the lunging onstage
theatrics of a guitar solo can
also be applied to the humble recorder.
But more than just revisiting the past, the Conchords also arrived with
fresh material. A folky ode to
the love between father-andson opens the show on a
heartfelt note that takes several unexpected twists, and
before performing a Franz
Ferdinand-esque rock number about a lusty office romance between Deana and
Ian, the Conchords self-effacingly described their roles
in the song before apologizing for a lack of inclusion.
?We are aware that comedy is a very male-dominated
industry. We?re writing the
roles for women, but the
problem is, the band itself is
very male-dominated,? McKenzie explained. ?It?s systemic,? added Clement,
twirling his finger in a circle
above him.
It was a playful instance
where 2018 briefly caught up
with the Conchords, whose
special mostly offers a welcome, proudly silly respite
from current affairs. But
should the band ever mount
another reunion tour like so
many real-life rock stars who
came before them, their genial, finely tuned perspective
ensures they?ll still sound
timeless.
chris.barton@latimes.com
Twitter: @chrisbarton
Thrilling
new ?Who?
[?Doctor,? from E1]
After 55 years, 36 seasons, one TV movie and 12 officially numbered Doctors,
to have gone with yet another white male ? in a series
where everything is possible
? would have seemed almost pointless. As in the actual world, we have had
many, many, many variations on that old theme; a
new tune is called for. Whittaker being named to the
part came not just as a great
news ? she?s a wonderful actress, to start, and one fit for
the job ? but as a kind of relief.
There is a contingent of
fans, to be sure, who believe
that only a dude will do.
Some have declared their intent to ?boycott? the new
season ? which seems
seems silly, like not trying
Mexican food, or Korean
pop, or French films ?on
principle.? But it wouldn?t be
?Doctor Who? without complainers.
Indeed, Chibnall has
written lines into the season
opener that appear to be addressed to them, less in selfdefense than in invitation:
?Don?t be scared,? he has the
Doctor say. ?All of this is new
to you, and new can be
scary? ? echoing Whittaker?s first public statement
on her casting: ?I want to tell
fans not to be scared by my
gender.?
The fact is, for all its giant
library of people and monsters and planets, ?Doctor
Who? has been unusually
flexible in changing the rules
to fit its needs. Poetic selfreference matters more than
strict consistency, attitude
more than mythology.
Chibnall created the
small-town mystery series
?Broadchurch,? in which
Whittaker costarred (alongside Tenth Doctor David
Tennant), and there?s a convincing ordinariness underpinning the fantastic events
here; he takes his time introducing the alien elements.
We are in Sheffield, an industrial city in South Yorkshire
? you might think of it as the
Pittsburgh of England ?
near where Whittaker, who
uses her own accent here,
grew up and where Chibnall
went to university. (The
Doctor?s sudden craving for
a fried-egg sandwich appears to be a local detail.)
The human characters,
some of whom will continue
in the Doctor?s company ?
the Doctor likes company ?
are seemingly regular folks
whose most extraordinarily
shared ability is to accept
the apparently impossible
without losing their minds.
Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole)
works in a warehouse and
entertains thoughts of becoming a mechanic. We meet
him trying to ride a bike ? he
has a ?coordination disorder? ? with the help of his
grandmother, Grace (Sharon D. Clarke), a nurse, and
her second husband, Graham
O?Brien
(Bradley
Walsh), a retired bus driver.
Ryan will discover a ?
thing ? reviewers have been
asked to be discreet about
details ? which will lead to
him meeting Yasmin Khan
(Mandip Gill), an old primary school classmate, now
a probationary police officer
longing for ?something that
will test me, me, something a
bit different.? And they will
all find themselves together
in ? a place, confronted by a
Sophie Mutevelian BBC America
JODIE WHITTAKER , center, is joined by Tosin Cole, left, Bradley Walsh and Mandip Gill in ?Doctor Who.?
?Doctor Who?
Where: BBC America
When: 10:45 a.m. Sunday;
repeats at 12:30, 3 and 8
p.m.
Rated: TV-PG (may be
unsuitable for young
children)
? danger. Suddenly, the
Doctor enters from above,
like a classical goddess in a
Renaissance play. ?Should
buy us a few seconds? are the
first words she speaks, as
Ron Grainer?s theme pulses
softly behind her. It?s a
thrilling moment.
The opening episode
does not bother to fill in the
blanks for the uninitiated,
but if this were the first you?d
ever seen, you?d have no
trouble telling the good alien
from the bad ones, or understanding that something
strange had happened to the
good alien just before she
came through the roof.
?Half an hour ago I was a
white-haired
Scotsman,?
she says in the one specific
reference to her predecessor, whose clothes she
spends part of the episode
wearing, before finally getting a chance to assemble
her own kit. (It?s a characterdefining rite of passage
whenever a new Doctor
comes on.) ?It?s been a long
time since I?ve bought women?s clothes,? she says, intriguingly.
At 36, Whittaker is a little
younger than Christopher
Eccleston was when he
played the first 21st century
Doctor, in 2005, and a little
older than Tennant was
when, later that same year,
he followed Eccleston into
the role. In this respect, she
resembles the Doctors of the
Russell T Davies era ? it was
Davies who brought the
show back from limbo to
newly international success
? more than of the Steven
Moffat, who were much
younger (Matt Smith), or
much older (Capaldi). (The
Doctor might manifest as
any age, though technically
the character is at least a
thousand years old; reports
vary.)
She has both authority
and energy; she is playful yet
mature, a little mad but not
manic, funny and agile and
perhaps will turn out a
shade less judgmental than
some of her predecessors.
?The Woman Who Fell to
Earth? does feel like a fresh
start; Moffat?s later years
were heavy in tone and hobbled by long arcs and psychology. If only for a transitional moment, but maybe
longer, the new season has
put that baggage down.
Where the Doctor had become under Moffat a heavily
burdened character whom
much of the universe regarded as trouble and who
relentlessly questioned himself of whether he was the
good guy or a bad one, Chibnall has given Whittaker a
lighter brief: ?I?m the Doctor,? she declares, ?sorting
out fair play throughout the
universe.? And later, in that
soft
Yorkshire
accent,
?Sometimes I see things that
need fixin? and do what I
can.?
robert.lloyd@latimes.com
Twitter:
@LATimesTVLloyd
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COMICS
BRIDGE
SUDOKU
By Frank Stewart
My ?Simple Saturday?
columns focus on improving
basic technique and developing logical thinking.
As a defender, count your
tricks. It takes four to beat a
major-suit game, but in the
heat of battle, defenders
may lose sight of the target.
Today?s West had no attractive
opening
lead
against four spades. To his
credit, he found a diamond
? the winning lead ? but
when East took the ace, he
returned partner?s lead.
West took the king of diamonds but was stuck. He
shifted to a club, and South
won, drew trumps and took
three more clubs to pitch a
heart. Making four.
West?s good lead went for
nothing because East didn?t
KENKEN
Every box will contain a number; numbers depend on the size of the grid. For a 6x6
puzzle, use Nos. 1-6. Do not repeat a number in any row or column. The numbers in each
heavily outlined set of squares must combine to produce the target number found in the
top left corner of the cage using the mathematical operation indicated. A number can be
repeated within a cage as long as it is not in the same row or column.
count tricks. East knows his
side will get no clubs ? if
West has club honors, declarer can finesse successfully ? and if West has a
trump trick, he will always
get it.
Since the defense will
need at least one heart trick,
East must shift to a heart at
Trick Two. West will take the
A-Q and cash his king of diamonds for down one.
Question: You hold: ? Q
10 6 ? J 8 6 2 ? 8 5 ? A Q 10 4.
Your partner opens one diamond, you respond one
heart, he bids one spade and
you try 1NT. Partner then
bids two hearts. What do you
say?
Answer:
Your
1NT
showed six to 10 points. Your
partner would not have suggested a higher-level contract, especially at hearts on
a possible 4-3 trump fit, un-
less he had substantially
more than minimum values.
Jump to 3NT. Partner
should hold a hand such as A
K 9 5, K Q 5, A 10 9 6 4, 3.
South dealer
N-S vulnerable
NORTH
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Pass
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All Pass
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ASK AMY
Grandma won?t back off
10/6/18
HOROSCOPE
By Holiday Mathis
Aries (March 21-April 19)
:Real-life relationships aren?t forged in tests. We make
the grade through routine
pleasant interactions.
Taurus (April 20-May
20): Games, awards or some
kind of competition is featured. If you win, be gracious
and brief. If you lose, the
same applies.
Gemini (May 21-June 21):
Do the best you can do at the
thing you do the best and
you?ll be sprinting past the
rest, making a name for
yourself.
Cancer (June 22-July 22):
You?ll be making things and
presenting things. Perfection isn?t the point. Take a
step back. What matters
about this? What will people?s take away likely be?
Speak to that.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): It?s
not about going slow, it?s
about creating a sustainable
rhythm you can carry out
time and time again.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):
To see yourself and your
needs more accurately is the
start to attracting more desirable circumstances.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23):
You have charisma to spare.
The challenge is in directing
it well and handling the attention that comes with it.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21):
What you?re making isn?t for
everyone, so don?t concern
yourself with what everyone
thinks about it.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Find what matters
to you and get deeper into it.
Learn it well, do it often, take
your understanding and appreciation of it to the highest
level you can.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan.
19): Love doesn?t always feel
like love because it takes on
so many forms. Some of the
forms can sting a little but
you?ll still find them worthwhile.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb.
18): Informal gatherings will
be part of the fun. The conversation will be interesting,
the food delicious.
Pisces (Feb. 19-March
20): Let someone take care
of you. You don?t have to be
needy to do this, of course.
Accepting a little help or tenderness is as good for the relationship as giving it is.
Today?s birthday (Oct.
6): You will claim a fulfilling
sense of community in the
months to come, involving
yourself in scenes that fit
nicely with your worldview,
interests and with what you
have to contribute. Other
highlights include a renovation of your domestic digs,
a project that gets funded
and being a major part of a
loved one?s advancement.
Leo and Aries adore you.
Your lucky numbers are: 9,
33, 31, 2 and 17.
Holiday Mathis writes her
column for Creators
Syndicate Inc. The
horoscope should be read
for entertainment.
Dear Amy: My 31-year-old
son is gay. His father and I
love him unconditionally.
My mother is in her 80s. I
told her about my son?s sexuality many years ago; since
then we?ve avoided the topic.
My son was visiting us
about a year ago, and we invited my mother over for
dinner. She began to rant
about gay pride events in our
city drawing an unseemly,
lawless crowd. My son respectfully
debated
her
points. She said gay people
shouldn?t be allowed to be
open about their sexuality
and they deserved any bad
things that happen to them
by being out.
My husband became agitated and asked her to
change the topic. I agreed
and told her that she was being disrespectful. She stubbornly refused to change the
subject, so my husband
drove her home and we
didn?t finish dinner.
After she left, my son said
he was ?done? with her and
didn?t want to see her ever
again. This broke my heart.
My son won?t consider
making amends with his
grandmother. I have tried
several times to get my
mother to apologize to him,
and she says she?s entitled to
her opinions.
I worry about my mother
passing away with this con-
flict between them. Should I
leave it alone?
Devastated
Dear Devastated: Your
mother is certainly entitled
to her opinions, and she
seems equally comfortable
with the consequence of expressing them. If she wanted
things to be different with
her grandson, she could convey this to you (or him).
Same with your son. If he
wanted things to be different, he could make an effort.
And yet, why should he be
forced or feel compelled to
?make amends?? He has
done nothing wrong ? he is
merely practicing your family specialty: avoidance.
You love both parties unconditionally. This is laudable. It seems that you will
have to continue to love
them each separately.
Dear Amy: I broke up with
my college boyfriend because there were so many
things wrong with our relationship. There are various
power struggles deep within
the ?power couple? facade.
My ex-boyfriend always
made our personal and professional life a competition.
We always wanted to ?oneup? each other.
When I received an unbelievable job offer starting after graduation, he was upset
that I had obtained his
dream job.
I?m worried that we?ll get
back together just to keep up
appearances. It has happened before.
I?m scared that I?m not
strong enough for the mess
that will happen during the
school year. We are co-directors at our elite school organization, co-executives in
a professional organization
and classmates.
What should I do?
Worried Woman
Dear Worried: Over the
course of your professional
life, you will face other situations like this ? from awkwardness with colleagues
who have been passed over
for promotions, to people
who might attempt to
undermine your success.
The way to exercise real
power is to always act politely and appropriately in
your public and professional
life, refusing to engage in the
adolescent drama of gossip
or backstabbing.
If you get back together
with someone who isn?t good
for you, just forappearances,
then you?ll only undermine
your own success, saving
your ex the trouble.
Send questions for Amy
Dickinson to askamy@
amydickinson.com.
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You Might Be the Killer
Two alums of Joss Whedon shows, ?Dollhouse?s?
Fran Kranz and ?Buffy the
Vampire Slayer?s? Alyson
Hannigan, star in this
sendup of summer-camp
slasher flicks. 7 p.m. Syfy
A Mother?s Worst Fear The
daughter of a former
hostage negotiator is kidnapped by a deranged individual with an ax to
grind in this new thriller
starring Katrina Begin
and Joey Lawrence. 8 p.m.
Lifetime
Game Night John Francis
Daley
(?Freaks
and
Geeks?) co-directed this
pitch-black comedy about
some friends whose regular game night goes off the
rails when one in their
group gets kidnapped by
apparent burglars. With
Jason Bateman, Rachel
McAdams, Kyle Chandler
and ?Dexter?s? Michael C.
Hall. 8:15 p.m. and 2 a.m.
HBO
Falling for You Taylor Cole
(?Salvation?) and Tyler
Hines (?unREAL?) star in
this new romance about a
radio station manager in a
small New England town
who makes a love connection with a visiting
businessman. 9 p.m. Hallmark Channel
Christopher Raphael
JACKIE CHAN stars in
the 2017 action thriller
?The Foreigner? airing
on Showtime.
The Foreigner Martial-arts
superstar Jackie Chan
plays a grieving father
who launches a one-man
war against those responsible for his daughter?s
death in a terrorist bombing in this 2017 action
thriller. Pierce Brosnan
also stars. 9 p.m. Showtime
No Escape Room A father
and daughter fight to survive when a small-town attraction turns out to have
a darker purpose in this
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Ross. 9 p.m. Syfy
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p.m. Freeform
Wild Things (1998) 12:52 p.m.
Encore
Violet & Daisy (2011) 1 p.m.
KCOP
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TCM
Clear and Present Danger
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The Girl on the Train (2016)
3 p.m. TMC
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Let?s Make It Legal (1951)
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Right out of the clay oven
By Amy Scattergood
?I never learned to cook,? Geeta
Bansal tells me. ?I have none of
those Padma Lakshmi stories
about a spice box from my grandmother.?
Of course, she?s talking about a
couple of lifetimes ago, back before
she became chef-owner of Clay Oven, a standard-bearer of northern
Indian cooking in Irvine since its
opening 1986. And before that persona led to her informal role as an
emissary of Southern California?s
Indian cooking community, interviewing the world?s splashiest
chefs for her blog, ?Gastronome
Geeta,? or participating in their
food conferences around the globe.
The path she took to open her
own restaurant, in an Orange
County mini-mall, was as circuitous as those she habitually travels now. Born into a privileged family in Delhi, she attended Miranda
House, the women?s college at the
University of Delhi (cookbook author and actress Madhur Jaffrey is
also an alum), and then Rutgers
University in New Jersey, where
she got a master?s degree in urban
planning. And then, as Bansal
says, ?California happened.?
?It was one of those impetuous
things. We were just giving California a try; I don?t know why,? says
Bansal. When she and her husband, Parveen, got here, they decided to open a restaurant, just as
impetuously. ?I didn?t like what
anybody was doing. I?d seen a more
sophisticated version of Indian
food growing up. ?
Although Parveen, who is also
Clay Oven?s sommelier, was
trained in restaurant management
and hospitality, Bansal?s training
was not in food.
But she picked up cooking
quickly. ?Who defines Indian food
by saag paneer and tandoori
chicken? There?s way more to it; it?s
more contemporary,? Bansal says.
?I have a lot of pride in my culture;
that?s what got me into it.? So
Bansal used seasonal ingredients
and put game on the menu, and her
cooking evolved over time.
More than 30 years later,
Bansal, her husband and their son,
Tarun, have a restaurant that is a
neighborhood mainstay, known for
its progressive Indian cooking. A
typical meal at the Clay Oven
might include tandoor-roasted
bone marrow, shrimp bathed in a
mango-coconut sauce the color of
sunlight, or a vibrant bowl of watermelon curry.
Bansal is defensive about the
Indian-ness of her cooking. ?There
is no fusion in any of my food,? she
says. ?The spicing, the techniques
are all Indian; the product is whatever?s growing around us, whatever?s available, we use it. But there
will be no burgers appearing on the
menu here. No poutines. When
people come in here, they?re getting a glimpse of our culture.?
But she?s not a strict traditionalist.
?I look into the future of gastronomy, and I like to see where
things are going next.?
Rather than just be casually curious, Bansal in 2012 began to
moonlight as a writer, blogging
about chefs and restaurants, and
publishing her interviews in the
OC Weekly and on the Daily Meal
website. She stalks big game: Massimo Bottura, Elena Arzak, Carme
Ruscalleda and Joan Roca, Pierre
Gagnaire, Alain Ducasse, Virgilio
Martinez, Yoshihiro Narisawa. She
recently interviewed William Drew,
editor of the World?s 50 Best
Restaurants list ? and took him to
task for the list?s lack of gender parity.
Photographs by
Marcus Yam Los Angeles Times
?I HAVE a lot of pride in my culture,? Geeta Bansal says of jolting staid ideas about Indian cooking. Watermelon curry does that.
Watermelon curry
60 minutes. Serves 4.
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1 small watermelon, about 5
pounds
1 teaspoon canola oil
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
1 clove garlic, minced
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger,
minced
╫ teaspoon roughly ground
coriander seeds
╪ teaspoon red chili powder
╫ teaspoon turmeric
1 serrano chile, julienned
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Salt, to taste
1 tablespoon chopped cilantro
1. Remove and discard the rind
from the watermelon and cut the
flesh into 1-inch cubes to make 3
cups (about 20 ounces), saving the
trimmings. Place the trimmings
(20 to 25 ounces) in a blender and
blend to a pulpy mixture. You
should have 2 to 2╫ cups. Add any
juice from the chopping board to
the pulp.
The Clay Oven
Where: 15435 Jeffrey Road,
No. 116, Irvine
When: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30
to 10 p.m. Tuesdays through
Sundays
Info: (949) 552-2851;
clayovenirvine.com;
Instagram: @clayovenirvine
?I always have good conversations with her,? says chef Magnus
Nilsson of FДviken restaurant in
Sweden. ?She has eaten pretty
much everywhere, not just once
but often several times over several
years, so she has a rare frame of reference.?
The curiosity, energy ? and
maybe a little disquiet ? that propels Bansal from restaurant to
restaurant, conference to confer-
ence, infiltrates her conversation
too.
?Look at the industry. It?s hard
to find cooks anywhere. The reason
why Noma started having chefs
come out into the dining room,?
she says, referring to how the cooks
serve diners the majority of their
meals at the influential Danish
restaurant, ?is not because they
wanted to set a new fad. It?s because they had no waiters.?
?She definitely travels more
than most chefs and is curious to
know what people are thinking and
doing, not just cooking,? says Lara
Gilmore, who attends most events
with husband Bottura, including
the most recent MAD, the Copenhagen food symposium started six
years ago by Noma chef RenИ
Redzepi, and works with Bottura
on Food for Soul, his project to help
feed the poor and reduce food
waste. ?The more women chefs
from diverse cultural backgrounds
we have adding to the gastronomy
dialogue, the better.?
Hard-and-fast plans haven?t
been made, but Bansal is considering another role: gatherer. After attending many of the most exclusive culinary conferences around
the world ? including MAD,
MesamИrica in Mexico City, Mistura in Peru, the Gastromasa Gastronomy Conference in Turkey ?
she?d like to start her own.
These gatherings are where the
food-minded come together to discuss sustainability, innovation and
change. And it?s precisely this
frame of reference ? and these
contacts ? that Bansal wants to
plumb, to organize a symposium
here in Southern California.
?I want to start conversations
? not one conversation, many conversations,? says Bansal.
2. In a wide sautИ pan, heat the oil
over medium-high. Add the cumin
seeds and sautИ until browned
and very fragrant, about 45 seconds. Add the garlic and ginger.
Cook until golden, about 1 minute,
but do not brown, then add the
watermelon pulp, coriander seeds,
chili powder and turmeric and stir
to combine. Reduce the heat to
medium-low and simmer until the
sauce is reduced by half and the
color has deepened to a rustorange tone, about 15 minutes.
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Note: Adapted from a recipe by chef-owner
Geeta Bansal of the Clay Oven.
3. Add the watermelon cubes,
serrano chile, lemon juice and salt,
to taste, and increase heat to
medium. When the watermelon is
heated through, 4 to 5 minutes,
add the chopped cilantro. Serve
hot with basmati rice tossed with
cooked green peas, quinoa or fluffy
couscous.
FARMERS MARKET REPORT
Your pick of Asian pears
By Noelle Carter
California has long been home
to Asian pear orchards, many of
which were started by Asian immigrants, primarily Japanese, more
than a century ago. Often much
larger and crisper than their European counterparts, Asian pears
are known for their sweet flavor,
crunchy texture and abundant fragrance. Also called ?apple pear? or
?sand pear,? they are perhaps best
envisoned as halfway between apples and more common European
pears.
Jeff Rieger has been tending
more than 50 varieties of fruits and
vines at his Penryn Orchard
Specialties since 2002, when he
bought the orchard from George
Oki, who started the farm in the Sierra foothills just east of Sacramento in Placer County. Rieger is
known for his pears, which he takes
on a 450-mile drive to the Santa
Monica farmers market every
Wednesday. ?They?re so delicate,?
his partner, Laurence Hauben,
says of Asian pears. ?Unlike Euro-
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pean pears, you have to pick them
ripe and ready to eat. They bruise
easily,? she notes.
The delicate fruit are best handles with care.
Penryn currently grows nine
varieties of pears, four Asian ?
light, sweet, early-season Kosui;
tender, aromatic Hosui; bright
20th Century; and crisp, mild Shinseiki ? as well as two types of Chinese pears ? sweet-tart Yali and
Tsuli, which Hauben describes as
Yali?s ?country cousin ? she?s not
as polished-looking and a little
more spicy? ? along with three European varieties.
?Most commercial orchards
pick Asian pears at 11 to 12% brix [a
measurement of sugar content],?
says Hauben. ?We pick them at 15,
16, 17%. We pick them sweet and like
them full-flavored.?
Penryn will be carrying Asian
and Chinese pears for the next few
weeks. The Chinese pears ? not
quite as round as Asian pears ?
tend to be more fragrant and assertive in flavor. While Hauben recommends holding the Asian pears
in the refrigerator until ready to
eat, he says the Chinese pears are
best held at room temperature.
?Store them on your counter in a
beautiful fruit bowl like a floral arrangement. Their fragrance intensifies.?
At their ripest, Asian pears are
probably best enjoyed as a snack,
provided you have plenty of napkins to wipe up the juices. Or slice
them to add to salads or cheese
platters, or bake them into crumbles or cakes ? they?re a great alternative to apples in a deep-dish
pie. They?re also wonderful in savory dishes, standing up alongside
pork or duck.
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FIRST BITE
Try tapas but don?t forget paella
By Ben Mesirow
OtoЯo is the new restaurant from
chef Teresa MontaЯo, formerly of
beloved Pasadena Spanish spot
RaciСn. Most of the menu is in the
tapas section, a mix of vegetables,
seafood and Spanish jamСn; larger
dishes include paella, fideuЮ and
market-driven mains.
Where you are
On the trendy stretch of
Figueroa in Highland Park, in one
recently renovated piece of the
massive crater created when
Frank?s Camera vacated the location in 2015.
The new complex is home to
Triple Beam pizza and Hippo
restaurant, and in the block or two
south there are bars, boutiques,
two record stores and one breakfast taco spot.
Where you?re sitting
The best seats are at the bar,
particularly if you can snag the
stools at the end.
From there you can look into
the kitchen on one side and down
the length of the winding room
on the other, taking in the streetart-style mural on the north
wall, the rustic-chic dИcor that
meticulously manages to feel
haphazard, the exposed brick and
mile-high ceiling, and the menagerie of well-heeled locals digging
into plates of house-cured tuna
confit, patatas bravas fried like
churros, and wide, shallow pans of
paella.
What you?re eating
Kent Nishimura Los Angeles Times
Start with the tapas, particularly the expertly fried croquetas,
especially those filled with jamСn
serrano and cow?s milk or sweet
corn and mushroom with goat?s
milk. The breading is thin but
resilient and will maintain its
shape even after you?ve taken a
bite and the filling has started to
run down your fingers.
When you wade deeper into the
menu, look for a dry-aged strip
steak with beef fat potatoes and
black garlic sauce, a beer-braised
octopus tentacle with summer
beans, and a chilled almond and
garlic soup.
AT OTOяO in Highland Park, chef Teresa MontaЯo delivers mariscos paella, center, a star of of the menu, surrounded by, clockwise
from top left, pulpo a la brasa, croqueta de jamСn, ajo blanco soup and vaca vieja. Gin drinks, such as Gin Tonic Classico, are a specialty.
The other reason
to sit at the bar
The cocktails are fabulous,
especially the Gin Tonics. On the
menu, each is described simply
with a gin, a tonic and a little twist
such as a dash of olive brine, a
sprig of rosemary smacked to
order, or a pod of star anise resting
on a thick cube of ice in an impossibly thin-stemmed wine glass.
Each adds a layer of complexity
and sharpens the drinks.
Oh, right, paella
Though it may be tempting to
spend much of your time at the
top of the menu, at the bottom is
the section on paella and fideuЮ,
with options that can be made
with either rice or noodles. The
Mariscos includes whole shrimp
and other sea creatures resting on
a bed of oceanic, lobster-infused
rice. Negra is black with squid ink
and bolstered by the addition of
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tables and brightened by the
addition of salsa verde. Whichever
you order will arrive in a wide pan,
the rice spread thin across its
bottom. Underneath whatever
headlining topping you?ve ordered
you?ll find the miracle known as
socarrat, a crispy, savory crust of
almost burnt rice at the bottom of
the pan that is the true reward of
properly made paella.
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OtoЯo
Where: 5715 N. Figueroa St.,
Highland Park
When: 4 p.m. to midnight
Tuesdays to Saturdays,
4 to 10 p.m. Sundays
Info: (323) 474-6624,
www.otonorestaurant.com
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NEWSFEED
Pizzas and puffy tacos;
play some Skee-Ball
By Hadley Tomicki
From the reopening of a Los Angeles standard to the arrival of Brooklyn pizza in Culver
City, here?s what?s happening in our food and drink world.
Brooklyn pies
Roberta?s, the archetypal and excellent
Brooklyn hipster pizzeria, has opened in
the Platform in Culver City. The original
location became famous for its leopardspotted, wood-fired pies, rooftop-raised
ingredients and food-focused radio station.
This is its first expansion outside New
York. The new location features a freshpressed vegetable and fruit-juice-centric
based cocktail menu and several dishes
exclusive to the West Coast, including sea
urchin with clam broth, local seaweed and
pears. Roberta?s also serves its classic Bee
Sting, an improbably wonderful marriage
of spicy soppressata and honey on top of a
pizza.
Info: 8810 Washington Blvd., Culver City,
www.robertaspizza.com
Brandon Harmon
ROBERTA?S Bee Sting is topped with
spicy soppressata salami and honey.
Tacos and bourbon
Thunderbird Bar opened this week
on Wilshire Boulevard with puffy tacos;
premium bourbon, tequila and mezcal;
and Skee-Ball. The bar, accented with
Native American tapestries, hand-painted
desert murals, whiskey-toned booths and
eclectic bits of road-sourced Southwestern
Americana, features food from Justin Farmer. The co-owner/chef, who grew up in
Tucson, created a menu of Tex-Mex favor-
ites, including puffy tacos, MichoacАn-style
carnitas, and calabacitas, along with
house-made queso and weekend pozole.
You can expect to find passion fruit paloma
slushies, Moscow Mules and Old-Fashioneds as well.
Info: 12217 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles,
(424) 293-8830, thunderbird-tex-mexrestaurant.business.site
All aboard
Rob Stark
A.O.C. is open again. Its fall menu includes, from left, bacon-wrapped dates;
farro and black rice with currants; curried cauliflower; and Ode to Zuni Chicken.
The comeback
The Lucques Group reopend A.O.C.
restaurant on West 3rd Street on Wednesday. Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne?s
wine-driven, seasonally focused restaurant
temporarily shuttered in the second week
of August because of a fire. The restaurant
now has a new look (many of the tabletops
and the bar were refinished), and a new
menu of fall dishes.
Bartender Christiaan Rollich, who notes
that Goin and Styne paid A.O.C.?s entire
staff during the closure, down to insurance
expenses and lost gratuities, has several
new seasonal cocktails on the menu to
accompany the new fall dishes.
Info: 8700 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, (310)
859-9859, www.aocwinebar.com
213 Hospitality, the team behind the
Varnish, Seven Grand and Walker Inn,
has opened two bars at Union Station:
Imperial Western Beer Co. and, next door,
the smaller Streamliner. Imperial is a 435capacity restaurant and brewery that
serves dishes from Hungry Cat founder
David Lentz. It has taken over the original
Harvey House location and features
leather-bumpered bars and shuffleboard
tables. Streamliner is housed in an appendage that Fred Harvey created for servicemen who wanted a lengthier stay over a
gimlet or martini. Its drinks are by Eric
Alperin and Max Seaman, including mint
daiquiris, whiskey sours, Tom Collinses,
G&Ts and Manhattans.
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Sicilian tuna salad from
Scopa Italian Roots
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It?s a simple composition: crisp haricots
verts, capers, celery, baby potatoes and
Italian tuna tossed with a generous drizzle
of fresh lemon juice. As uncomplicated as it
may seem, Scopa Italian Roots? Sicilian
tuna salad makes for an elegant appetizer,
first course or simple dinner. The dish
comes together in minutes, perfect
whether you?re planning for a busy weeknight or a leisurely weekend. Susan from
Manhattan Beach never fails to order a
double portion when she?s at the restaurant, causing her to ?forgo many other tasty
dishes on Scopa's menu.?
Susan, the Venice restaurant was
happy to share the recipe so you can enjoy
the salad at home whenever the craving
hits.
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40 pieces haricots verts
2 cups baby potatoes
4 (2.8-ounce) cans of Sicilian tuna,
including oil, preferably Callipo
2 tablespoons chopped capers
╪ cup celery leaves
╪ cup plus 2 tablespoons sliced fresh
celery
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
2 lemons, juiced
Salt
1. Bring a saucepan of water to a boil. Meanwhile, prepare an ice bath. Add the haricots
verts to the hot water and boil just until crisp
but tender, about 30 seconds. Strain and
shock in the ice bath, then drain and set
aside.
2. In a small saucepan, boil the potatoes until
just tender, about 15 minutes. When cool
enough to handle, drain and cut each in half.
3. Place the prepared vegetables in a bowl.
Add the tuna, capers, celery leaves, celery,
parsley and lemon juice. Gently toss and
season with salt to taste.
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Note: Adapted from a recipe by chef Antonia Lofaso of
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BEER NOTES
Brut IPAs bubble up
all over the region
By Ben Mesirow
Some beer trends build slowly,
starting as a good idea brewed by a
few specialists before spreading locally, creeping into nationwide
prominence and then total ubiquity, as hazy IPAs have done in recent
years. Other trends arrive all at
once, a dozen beers in the same
new style springing from local
brewers as if someone made a particularly persuasive argument at
the last gathering of the beer illuminati.
If you?ve checked the tap list at
one of L.A.?s better beer bars recently, you?ve probably noticed the
latest example of the latter kind of
beer trend: brut IPAs. Brut IPAs
take their name and their concept
from Champagne, as they are dry
and supremely carbonated. The
best examples are bright and
hoppy up front but finish short,
like taking a whiff of a fresh-cut
grapefruit and then a swig of
Topochico.
Julian Shrago, co-owner and
brewmaster of Beachwood BBQ &
Brewing in Long Beach, sees the
style as an extension of the aggressively hopped West Coast IPA but
with a Champagne-inspired twist.
Brut IPAs are, Shrago says, ?extremely dry with a little alcoholic
warmth, a lot of hop flavor and
aroma, but not a lot of bitterness.?
Most brut IPAs use the amyloglucosidase enzyme to ferment
sugars that wouldn?t break down
with yeast alone, which leaves
them totally dry. This enzyme is
fairly common in heavy beers, used
to help prevent them from getting
too sweet, but its addition to an average-strength IPA is new.
Kim Sturdavant, head brewer
at San Francisco brewery Social
Kitchen, can be credited with the
idea.
Shrago denies any illuminatilevel collusion among local brewers, and he explains the overnight
emergence of the brut IPA in L.A.
with one simple fact: Brewers are
excited about them.
CRISP and
fizzy, brut IPAs
are popular
right now.
Among those
available are
El Segundo
Brewing Co?.s
Seco Brut,
left, King Harbor?s Dry
Land, right,
and, ready for
growler fillups, Beachwood?s Strange
Brut.
Photographs by
Calvin B. Alagot
Los Angeles Times
Drake?s Brewing Co.
AMONG THE STAUNCHEST advocates of brut IPA is Drake?s
Brewing Co., which distributes Brightside Extra Brut statewide.
Evan Price, brewer and coowner of Green Cheek Beer Co. in
Orange, offers a similar explanation. ?Brewers tend to love dry,
crisp beer, and I think that a good
brut IPA hits those marks to perfection,? Price says.
Shrago says he first heard
about them early this year from another brewer, and he could see exactly where the style was headed
and the ones he wanted to brew.
Beachwood?s latest version,
Strange Brut has a punch of citrus
rind and dank resin up front and a
touch of booziness in the body, before disappearing completely in a
swarm of tiny bubbles.
Brut IPAs are also part of an ongoing industry-wide conversation
about IPAs. Their crisp and fizzy
backbone is a direct response to
the jammy, sweet hazy IPAs that
were born in New England and
grew to a national craze.
Hazy IPAs appealed to both
longtime hopheads and drinkers
who didn?t like the assertive bitterness of traditional IPAs. Brut IPAs
share that striking hoppiness and
low bitterness, but it?s an open
question whether anyone will
stand in line for hours in the hot
sun to buy a brut IPA, as people
often do for hazies.
Local breweries are making
brut IPAs in droves, so you don?t
have to look hard to find them.
San Leandro?s Drake?s Brewing
Co. is one of the style?s staunchest
advocates, distributing its Brightside Extra Brut statewide.
Noted IPA specialist El Segundo Brewing Co. is also in the
brut IPA game, most recently with
a version called Seco Brut. Seco is
dry as a drought and almost too
drinkable, the kind of bottle that
seems to empty itself.
Price plans to brew more brut
IPAs at Green Cheek, but he isn?t
sure of their long-term future. ?As a
brewer, you kind of never know
what?s going to hit and what?s going to fade away,? he says.
In the short term, at least, there
will be plenty more on shelves and
in kegs around town. Shrago says
that Beachwood plans to keep
brewing brut IPAs and intends to
package one by the end of the year.
Redondo Beach?s King Harbor
Brewing Co. also confirmed that
its brut IPA Dry Dock will be
around for a while and will hit the
canning line soon.
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EMILIA RICHARDSON , creator of Pony Sweat, center, encourages participants to ?get wild,? but also to ?take care of yourself, take care of your neighbors.?
GYM RAT
Feel the burn, yes,
and the love too
BY SOPHIA KERCHER >>> Some describe the retro-inspired dance class Pony Sweat as Richard Simmons
aerobics but more punk. Or they say it?s like dancing in your bedroom with all your friends. Others explain it as
just plain fun. But nearly all the swelling band of Pony Sweat devotees ? or Ponies, as they call themselves ?
agree that the music-thumping aerobics sessions are more than simply a class, they?re a community.
The community?s philosophy? Come as you are. ?It?s a fiercely noncompetitive dance space,? said creator
and founder Emilia Richardson, who teaches her signature class at a handful of fitness hot spots across Los
Angeles. ?One of the best ways to practice being fiercely noncompetitive is to go at your own level. I always say,
?You don?t have to go at your neighbors? level, you don?t have to go at my level, go at your level.? ?
Richardson has been teaching her boundaryless dance classes since 2014. Pony Sweat classes have become
so popular that in 2017 she decided to bring on another teacher. Last year, her copilot CJ Miller joined her.
Miller is a musician and artist who got introduced to Pony Sweat not long after coming out as a trans woman.
?It was a life-saving space for me,? Miller said. She added that she knows what it is like to have a lot of
embarrassment in your body. The Pony Sweat community helped her shed that shame. ?There?s so many ways
we hate ourselves, and hate other people in this country, that gets internalized into us from external forces.
This is a true place to come and move in your body the way you want to move ? and there?s a ton of power in
that.? (The class name? It?s a play on a dance move.)
The most raucous classes are on Saturdays at Live Arts Los Angeles in Highland Park, where I tried it:
Aura
At the beginning of a recent
Pony Sweat class at Live Arts
Los Angeles, Richardson told
the class: ?Get wild, take care of
yourself, take care of your neighbors.? We yelped and clapped.
The large industrial style dance
space was filled with a ragtag
mix of attendees in mostly spandex ensembles, which included
accessories such as a smattering of
pink glitter, a leather chest harness, and one woman wearing a
baby carrier containing an infant
sporting Crayola-bright ear protection.
Effort
We warmed up with light
stretching and isolated movements singing in a kind of shoutand-repeat to the electro-band
Glass Candy: We echoed the
?Warm in the Winter? lyrics,
?Shout, Yeah you! I love you. We
love you!? Then came the choreographed cardio dance numbers to
George Michael, the Coathangers
and Michael Jackson with some
lunges and leg stretches thrown in.
?We?re gonna get funky,? Miller
cried. Some people grooved without missing a beat, others improvised movements ? like the mama
with the baby ? bouncing around
at their own speed, and a few hairtossers who looked like they could
CJ MILLER , left, helps Richardson with the aerobics dance
classes, held at various fitness spaces around Los Angeles.
Pony Sweat
Aerobics
Where: Live Arts Los Angeles,
4210 Panamint St., and other
Los Angeles locations
Cost: $13 per class, $66 for a
six-class ?Pony Package?
Info: ponysweataerobics
.com/calendar
be in a ?Flashdance? remake. We
ran circles around the gym a couple of times shouting and leaping
in the air, and finally wound down
with what Richardson called ?ab
things? and ?stretch-y things,? all
while she and Miller encouraged
anyone who wasn?t feeling it to
slow down if they needed to.
Style
On the surface Pony Sweat may
seem like a place to sweat it out to
Richardson?s carefully curated
playlist ? which spans a Light
Asylum song about the industrial
prison complex to SinИad O?Connor and Depeche Mode. But Pony
Sweat can also be about so much
more than that. ?It?s an opportunity to break down ideas of competition and self-loathing,? Miller said.
?And in doing so, allowing people
around you to build themselves up
? it?s amazing we are all tearing
down those things together. One
class at a time.?
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5 QUESTIONS
Alicia Silverstone wants to maximize her fuel
quick exit, on which I?ll put some
Brad?s Organics tahini. My parents are English and I grew up on
beans and toast, so sometimes
we?ll do an English breakfast with
Field Roast [vegan] sausages,
sourdough toast, mushrooms,
tomatoes.
By Kavita Daswani
For years, Alicia Silverstone didn?t believe in vitamins. As a vegan for
two decades, the actress and activist has typically adhered to a clean and
organic diet replete with nutrient-rich greens, whole grains, lentils, nuts
and fruit.
But for those days when the ?American Woman? actress was traveling, or putting in long hours on the set, and couldn?t access the right
foods, the author of ?The Kind Diet? and ?The Kind Mama? started looking for a supplement ? and said she came up empty. ?Everything had
chemicals in it,? she said on a recent morning, sitting cross-legged on a
couch in her unfussy Los Angeles home, fresh off a hike.
So Silverstone, 41, decided to create her own. She teamed with supplement company Garden of Life on a brand called MyKind Organics, which
recently launched its Herbals line, predicated on herbs known for their
health-boosting properties ? like ashwagandha, which is said to help
reduce harmful stress levels ? using ingredients sourced from organic
farms.
Here, she shares what to look for when browsing vitamin aisles, why
it?s great to ?flirt,? and what?s better than a midafternoon caffeine jolt
(hint: It?s not coffee).
Don?t just skim labels.
There are a lot of vitamin gummies out there. ... Some have two
teaspoons of sugar in a serving. I?d
rather have a glass of wine or a
little bourbon than sugar in my
vitamins as a daily routine. Some
vitamin brands use hexane for
extraction or genetically modified
corn. Anything you can?t pronounce or don?t know what it is,
that?s a good indication that it?s
not ideal. I don?t want to eat
chemicals.If you are looking at
vitamins as something to support
and build you, shouldn?t that be
the cleanest thing you can possibly
take?
Pick and choose.
In the middle of the day if I?m
feeling a little low, instead of grab-
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Flirting is fun.
It really helps to know that
eating well is not all or nothing.
In my book ?The Kind Diet,? I
talk about how it?s OK to flirt
with this way of living, to just try
it on before committing. Can you
give up one particular thing?
Maybe eating cow or pig but not
the others? You can start there
and [seek out] delicious recipes
and tips.
ACTRESS and health advocate Alicia Silverstone teamed with
a supplement company to develop a line of herbs that are organic.
bing a cup of coffee, I?ll have a
spray of B12, some vitamin C, a few
gummies, and it does the trick. If
I?m coming down with something,
a little oregano oil takes care of it ...
I take turmeric if I?ve been around
a bunch of sick kids, and ashwagandha if I?m stressed. If I want
my best hair, nails and skin, I?ll
take a collagen booster, or elderberry [to fend off] an allergic reaction to the changing weather now
that it?s starting to feel like fall.
Even better, eat well.
I like a super breakfast to
make me feel like a champion.
[At home,] we make steel-cut
oats with chopped walnuts, apple,
cinnamon, dates, flaxseed oil
and maple syrup. Or blanched
greens like bok choy, kale, cabbage
and leek with umeboshi plum
vinegar and fresh lemon. If I?m
feeling festive, we?ll do high-protein waffles made with white
beans, which I keep frozen for a
Don?t compromise taste.
I?m a food snob. I know what
delicious food tastes like. I?ve
eaten all the meat in the world.
People don?t have the right idea of
what healthy vegan food is because many people make it terribly. But we all want to feel and
look better, to build our bodies up
and be responsible for our own
health. Why not start by learning
about what foods help with that
and what don?t?
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UNDERWOOD FAMILY FARMS in Moorpark creates a 2-acre corn maze as part of its fall harvest festival. There is at least one guide on hand to help the lost.
A corn maze?s puzzling ways
BY SARA CAGLE >>> The Moorpark maze lent just the right amount of
Halloween corn-fusion.
Jennifer McDowell stared at a row of 9-foot-high cornstalks. ?This way
? or that way?? she wondered aloud, looking left and right. She and friend
Artin Stepian had already taken three wrong turns through the maze,
hitting dead ends and trail markers they?d passed moments ago.
It might sound like your worst nightmare, but for McDowell and
Stepian, the annual corn maze at Underwood Family Farms? Fall Harvest
Festival in Moorpark about 50 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles
is pure fun ? and a sign that fall has arrived.
Underwood Farm?s first fall festival was held in 1997, and the corn maze
came after.
Back then, there weren?t any helpful hints for lost visitors. There was a
separate entrance and exit, which contributed to frantic moments for
parents who had no idea where to look for
kids wandering amid the cornstalks, farm
manager and maze designer Russell
Blades said. He learned from the experience.
Today, Underwood?s corn maze has
aerial photos throughout the route to
offer clues, and at least one guide is al? Jennifer ways on duty to rescue the lost, Blades
McDowell, added.
talking about the maze that
For the kids, there are also 12 Jack and
she?s now completed for the
the
Cornstalk passages posted as trail
third year in a row
markers throughout.
Because the maze spans just 2 acres
(compared with some 30-acre mazes in the Midwest), Blades said most
people make it out within half an hour and in good spirits.
However, he did once get a call an hour after closing time saying that a
group was still trapped inside.
As for McDowell, 39, and Stepian, 37, both of Burbank, this was their
third year in the maze, so McDowell could sense that they were nearing the
hay pyramid at the end, where they climbed onto a bale of hay for a triumphant view of the cornstalks and a photo.
It took the third-timers all of 20 minutes to get through the maze, and
despite the trial and error, their journey was frustration-free.
This seemed true for most people who traversed the maze that Saturday. Kids seemed more concerned about running into imagined monsters ? and parents about keeping their kids within sight ? than getting
lost among the stalks.
Why does anyone like getting lost in a corn maze, even temporarily?
After all, they can be hot, dirty and confusing.
But mazes and labyrinths have captured the human imagination for
thousands of years. (Corn mazes are an American twist credited by many
to creative visionary Don Frantz. He launched the Amazing Maize Maze in
1993 in Annville, Pa., and the popularity of corn mazes took off.)
For one, there?s a sense of camaraderie in the puzzle-like experience.
Signs posted throughout Underwood?s maze cheekily warn against getting ?corn-fused,? and complete strangers give one another the heads-up
about dead ends.
?It?s a creative experience,? McDowell said. ?It lets you be a kid again.?
As for actual kids, well, a corn maze seems to feel like a corn forest
where the imagination can run wild.
Take it from one recent visitor, Ryder Crary-Lefaivre, 7, who was very
glad he made it out of the corn maze and ?didn?t get killed by zombies.?
NEVA , left, little Pasquale and Giovanni Corvino navigate their
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VISITORS to the corn maze encounter passages from a story as they traverse the twisting paths.
21st Fall
Harvest Festival
& Corn Maze
Where: Underwood Family Farms,
3370 Sunset Valley Road,
Moorpark
Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily,
through Oct. 31
Cost: $14 and up on weekends;
discounts for weekday visits
Info: underwoodfamilyfarms.com
?It?s a creative
experience. It lets
you be a kid
again.?
way through the maze as a family. They don?t look ?corn-fused.?
ARIANNA sits on the shoulders of grandfather Claudio
Company among stalks.
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Email us at home@latimes.com and we?ll include our
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Hanukkah tables? Does your family celebrate Christmas
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By Jeanette Marantos
GARDENING
It?s fall; spring into action
BY NAN STERMAN >>> In other parts of the country, spring is when gardeners go into a planting frenzy. But here
in California, fall is the best time to plant. This is when the soil is still warm but the air is cool. Cooler air
reduces heat stress, and warm soil encourages rapid root growth. And with any luck, Mother Nature will help
keep the soil damp all the way through next spring. Once the early October heat abates, get ready, get set and
start planting. Here are 14 ideas to get you started, and you?ll find more online at latimes.com/Home:
1. Plant just about any tree,
shrub, perennial, vine or succulent that is native to our sister
climates of southwestern and
western South Africa, Australia,
the west coast of Chile, and the
Mediterranean coast. Also, this
month is still warm enough to
plant tropicals like banana, citrus, avocado or guava.
breaks down, feeds the micro
flora and fauna that help build
healthy soils. Mulch should cover
nearly all the soil surfaces in your
garden, but do leave some large
bare spots for our native, grounddwelling bees. They are important garden pollinators.
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2. Before you plant, grade the
property so rainwater flows away
from the house and into planting
beds or bioswales.
ADJUST your irrigation system to water less often in fall.
3. If your garden is heavy clay soil, create large planting mounds of
well-draining soil to plant into. A mix of 30% organic matter to 70%
inorganic soil is a good starting point for all California natives.
4. Set up an in-line drip irrigation system (not the individual emitter
style drip), and install an automatic irrigation controller.
5. Prepare for planting: Water the plant in its pot and let it drain for an
hour or so. Then gently pull the plant out of its pot so you can see the
rootball. Dig a hole as deep as the rootball is tall, and slightly wider.
Experts recommend making squared-off holes with roughed up edges.
This shape encourages roots to grow beyond the hole rather than
circling around and around. Add a few handfuls of worm castings to the
hole but no other amendments. Fill the hole with water and let it drain.
6. Once the plant is out of the container, carefully loosen the roots
(except for bougainvillea or Matilija poppy, Romneya coulteri). Set the
plant into the hole, just barely higher than the plant was in the pot (it
will settle). Refill the hole with soil, wetting the soil and tamping it
down as you go to eliminate air pockets. Once the planting hole is full,
make a watering basin ? basically a moat ? around the stem or trunk.
Set your hose to trickle water into the basin until the soil is saturated.
Layer 3 or 4 inches of mulch onto the soil surface, starting at the outer
edges of the basin and covering the entire planting bed.
7. Fall is a great time to renew your garden?s mulch. Organic mulch ?
made from leaves, bark, wood, etc. ? acts as a sponge to hold water; it
keeps moisture in the soil; it protects soil from erosion; and, as mulch
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HARVEST the pumpkins
when their stems turn brown.
8. Adjust your irrigation clock to
water less often. If you have a
smart controller, see if it is making necessary adjustments.
9. Watch for spring bulbs like Watsonia, Narcissus and Babiana to pop
up their green spears now. If you have bulbs that didn?t get planted, go
ahead and plant them now. They may not flower next spring, but they
should flower their second spring in the ground.
10. Plant seeds for spring-blooming California poppies now. Try your
hand at the common and beautiful sunny orange California poppies
(Eschscholzia californica), the diminutive, yellow-flowered foothill
poppy (Eschscholzia caespitosa) or red-orange wind poppies (Papaver heterophyllum).
11. Harvest the last of the melons, pumpkins and winter squash when
the stems turn brown and separate from the base easily. Leave a few
inches of stem attached as a handle. Store in a cool, dry, dark location.
12. This is the time of year when vegetable gardeners face a dilemma.
Should we pull out our tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and squashes
that are near the end but still producing so we can plant cabbage, kale
and spinach? Or should we leave them in the ground and wait another
month to plant the cool-season crops? Hmmm.
13. Grow root vegetables from seed in the garden, since they don?t
transplant well: carrots, beets, radishes, turnips, rutabagas, etc.
14. Consider cover crops. They help replenish your vegetable gardens?
nutrients and add organic matter. The best cover crops are mixes of
legumes with grains. Mustard helps dampen down soil pathogens like
fungi and nematodes. Order cover crop seeds now.
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Attention, gardeners: If you?ve
been longing to go native, grab
your wallets and start browsing
the region?s abundance of fall
plant sales, where the theme
du jour is California-friendly,
drought-tolerant native plants.
Admission to the sales is free unless otherwise noted. Let us know
about any sales we?ve missed ?
email us at home@latimes.com,
and we may include them in an upcoming Saturday section. Happy
planting!
Oct. 13
South Coast Botanic Garden Fall
Plant Pop Up
The garden?s volunteer propagation team has grown plants for this
sale, including salvia, cuphea, plectranthus, California natives, cactus
and succulents, fairy garden plants,
pelargonium, African basil, bromeliads, and tillandsia. Flats of small
succulents for terrariums, makeyour-own succulent driftwood and
pumpkins planted with succulents
also will be available. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
26300 Crenshaw Blvd., Palos Verdes.
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Oct.13-14
California Native Plant Society?s
Native Plant Sale Weekend
Wide selection of native plants,
including perennial wildflowers,
irises, mints, sages, berries,
hummingbird and butterfly plants,
shrubs, perennials and trees, as well
as wildflower seeds and many books
for adults and children. Members
get 10% discount and early (9:30 a.m)
admission on Saturday only.
Proceeds support the Los Angeles/
Santa Monica Mountains Chapter
of the California Native Plant
Society. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day,
Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633
Magnolia Blvd., Encino. Volunteers
needed to help set up on Friday
and take down on Sunday.
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Oct. 19-20
Los Angeles County Arboretum &
Botanic Garden Fall Plant Sale
Look for California-friendly,
drought-tolerant and low-water
plants, landscaping and ground
cover plants, herbs, scented
geraniums and succulents, plus
a used book sale at the Arboretum
Library. The sale is featuring a
hard-to-find silvery droughttolerant shrub from Australia
called Pearl Bluebush (Maireana
sedifolia), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day,
301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia.
arboretum.org
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It?s baptism by baseball at the ballpark
By Hailey Branson-Potts
How soon could we bring the
baby to a Dodgers game?
It was last fall, we had just
learned I was pregnant with our
first child, and this was one of the
first questions my husband and I
asked ourselves.
Four days after my blue-eyed,
big-cheeked son, Charlie James,
was born in July, he left the hospital
in a homemade onesie that declared him the world?s ?Newest Lil?
Dodgers Fan.?
Eleven weeks later, we?re en
route to Dodger Stadium for Charlie?s first game. As we crawl through
traffic on the 110 Freeway, we spot a
dark plume of smoke rising from
somewhere beyond the San Gabriel Mountains. It?s a wildfire burning
in Castaic. It is named the Charlie
fire.
Welcome to California, kiddo.
We turn onto Vin Scully Avenue.
Charlie starts screaming.
But as soon as I see the ballpark, my eyes well with happy
tears. In bringing our son to Dodger Stadium, we are, in so many
ways, bringing him home.
As native Oklahomans, my
husband, Mark, and I are part of a
long tradition of people ? of Okies
? uprooting their lives and moving
west to California.
I grew up in a farm town of 5,000
people and had never stepped foot
in the Golden State before we
moved to Los Angeles in 2011 so I
could start working at the Los
Angeles Times. We were in our
early 20s then, and broke. When we
arrived in L.A., it wasn?t love at first
sight. We landed in a run-down
Koreatown apartment with a cockroach infestation that hit its peak
when the critters crawled out of the
electric sockets. When people
asked where I was from, I clung to
Oklahoma like a baby to its mother.
One of the first places we turned
to as we tried to get to know L.A.
was Dodger Stadium, where tickets in the upper deck were then less
than $10. We found ourselves going
back. And back again.
We soon moved to Echo Park,
blocks from the stadium, and
walked there summer night after
summer night. Our little apartment started filling with bobbleheads and Vin Scully?s voice from
Mark Potts Los Angeles Times
Soon after Charlie?s birth, Mark and I talked about taking our
son to a place that felt like a second home: Dodger Stadium.
the living room radio. We explained
to the neighbors that if they heard
us yelling, we were just coaching
from the couch.
When the Dodgers? triple-A
minor league team moved to Oklahoma City to become the Oklahoma City Dodgers in 2015, we felt
the baseball gods smiling down on
us. We bought hats with the OK-LA
logo and celebrated this union of
both parts of our lives.
On that Saturday night, Charlie
arrives at the stadium dressed in a
white onesie with the interlocking
LA logo in Dodger blue. Plaid
shorts. A bucket cap with sharks
on it.
He?s my own little Californian,
and this is his baptism by baseball.
We make it to our seats on the
reserved level, and everything just
feels right. It?s the first night of fall,
a perfect 76 degrees, with the San
Gabriels a purple hue in the setting
sun. The Dodgers are playing the
San Diego Padres. My son is in my
arms.
But we have so much stuff. Mark
is trying to adjust the diaper bag
beneath his seat when he drops a
whole bucket of fries on a woman in
the row in front of us. Charlie sleeps
in my arms as his father cleans
ketchup out of a stranger?s hair
with a diaper wipe.
Charlie was big, and he was
breeched. He was born via caesarean section to Billy Joel?s ?My Life?
playing in the operating room:
Closed the shop, sold the house,
bought a ticket to the West Coast.
Now he gives them a stand-up
routine in L.A.
The first time I met my 9-pound,
2-ounce boy, I whispered: ?We?re
going to have so much fun.?
Charlie spent his first few nights
THE MIDDLE AGES
When a daughter asks,
you?re glad to just say yes
CHRIS ERSKINE
Life is tiny bursts of joy
scattered willy-nilly across
various time zones. Sometimes they find us; sometimes we find them.
For instance, my first
waking thought the other
day was that there was
something on my tongue.
In this case, another
tongue ? a dog tongue, which is to tongues
what Mariah Carey is to Mozart.
It?s a fine tongue, obviously. I have to
confess to a joyous, full-body tingle before
my yuck reflex kicks in. ?Messh ? cinnghh
? neetz ? guhn arrgh ? ?
To borrow from Tom Wolfe, I was making ?every inarticulate sound known to
heavy labor.?
?Get off my tongue!? I finally yelled.
And that?s how I started the day, by
waking the entire house over an innocent
little kiss.
Every smooch is different, of course.
Like a glass of wine, you still taste a deep
kiss days later. Even sloppy dog kisses can
sun the soul a bit, and if you can extract
yourself before drowning, I highly recommend them.
I love dogs, I love daughters ? sometimes too much, for later I found myself at a
famous Orange County theme park with
Rapunzel, the hairier of the two daughters
(you spot a theme here?).
Somebody we know had won theme
park tickets, and you certainly don?t let an
opportunity like that slip away. In this case,
the tickets were to Knott?s Berry Farm, a
lovely little development hemmed in by
mini-marts and freeways ? strollers everywhere, and really great lousy food.
You know the drill.
It was a father-daughter date and we
don?t have nearly enough of these. They are
so busy, our daughters, always in search of
the next amazing food truck or toasting
someone?s engagement at a twinkly rooftop
bar. Their lives now are weddings and
vacations that require a passport. I?ve gone
more than a month without seeing the
lovely and patient older daughter. Not even
sure I would recognize her.
So I jump at the chance to spend the day
with her little sister, at her request.
?We?re going where??
?Knott?s,? she says.
?Why??
?Why not??
She is a blithe spirit and much too glib
for me. I find clever banter difficult and
tiring, especially against the backdrop of
people screaming for their lives.
At this stage of my life, an amusement
ride seems more an instrument of torture
than something I?m eager to do. Besides, I?d
started the day with a dog jamming his
tongue down my esophagus, so I was already a little nauseated and cotton-eyed.
In short, I couldn?t wait to climb aboard
a ride that should be called the Whirling,
Twirling Twister of Death, which looks and
sounds like a giant knife sharpener. At
Knott?s, they rate the rides from 1 to 5, with
5 reserved mostly for teenagers and other
lunatics too stupid to know better. We start
our day, of course, with a 5. I know it?s a 5
because teams of surgeons wait at the
bottom of the ride to piece you back together ? suture your spleen back in where
it should be or to reattach a missing leg.
We survive the 5, or maybe it was a 4.
Because I don?t think I have the pulmonary
strength to survive a 5. No one does.
Then we decide to seek out the bumper
cars, which turn out to be a real blast, sort
of like being on the 405 on a Friday night
when your only hope of getting home is to
push surrounding vehicles out of the way.
The bumper cars wind up being therapeutic and relatively benign. Eventually, I
hope to regain the use of my neck and head.
We are not alone at Knott?s. Another
father-daughter team invited us, with free
tickets and an open date on their calendars.
They are old friends, and just waiting in
long, unmoving lines with them brings me
tiny bursts of joy for ? like us ? they are
people-watchers with a keen eye for absurd
behavior. For me, these long, idle moments
between thrill rides are better than the
thrill rides, at least if you?re with the right
people. And we are.
In the end, though, it isn?t the bonerattling rides that get the best of us, but the
lousy-wonderful food: roasted corn, followed by funnel cakes, which is the greatest
lousy food you can possibly consume, all 6
million calories. A funnel cake, properly
prepared, may wedge in your colon for
decades. It has the half-life of manganese.
You only live once, as they say, and if you
spend many Sundays like this, you might
not live very long. Yet, once in a while, in the
company of a bubbly daughter, her sweet
childhood pal and the pal?s witty dad, you
can live very well.
Very well indeed.
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in the neonatal intensive care unit
with low blood sugar, fluid in his
lungs and rapid breathing. His
fragility terrified me. His first night
at home, I sat awake next to his
bassinet all night, watching his
chest rise and fall.
Within a few weeks, I was consumed by postpartum anxiety, so
scared of something awful happening to him that I couldn?t leave the
room without him in my arms. My
husband would come home from
work and fine me googling ?baby
illnesses? with a knot in my chest.
I ended up in therapy, cried over
my biggest fear: that I could never
love that sweet boy as much as he
deserved. I thought so often of my
mom, a nurse who worked ungodly
hours but never missed a baseball
game ? or even a practice ? when
my little brother was on the field.
Our childhood summers were
spent at the ballpark, my brother
on first base and me working in the
concession stand, hawking Frito
chili pies and Pixy Stix.
In the evenings those first weeks
after Charlie?s birth, Mark and I
went for long neighborhood walks,
talking about taking our son to a
place that felt like a second home:
Dodger Stadium. Even on my
darkest days, the thought made me
smile.
For the game, Charlie wears a
pair of blue, noise-canceling headphones, and, just before the National Anthem, a woman sitting
behind us declares him ?a little Vin
Scully in the making.?
Joc Pederson is the first Dodger
to swing a bat that night, but just
before he gets to the plate, I feel
Charlie?s diaper rumble, see his
face turning red with anger and
rush off toward the bathroom.
We?re just out of the stands
when I hear the crowd erupt behind me. Pederson hit a home run.
I see Pederson round the bases on
the televisions hanging from the
stadium taqueria. My baby stinks.
By the bottom of the third inning, with Chris Taylor at bat,
Charlie closes his eyes, sound
asleep. Mark and I congratulate
ourselves on his good behavior. His
sleep lasts 26 glorious minutes
before he wakes up and starts
banging his head, with his newfound neck strength, against my
collar bone.
Charlie is all wiggles. He wants
to be stood up and bounced.
I?m holding him up as the stadium announcers declare it?s
Tommy Lasorda?s 91st birthday. As
the lights flash and the video
screens show Lasorda waving to
the crowd, Charlie?s face breaks
into a full-on, all-gums smile. He is
throwing his head back, giggling,
and my heart is bursting.
During the seventh-inning
stretch, Mark and I stand with our
arms around each other. I?ve got
Charlie in a carrier on my chest as
Dodgers organist Dieter Ruehle
starts playing ?Take Me Out to the
Ballgame.?
We lift one side of Charlie?s
soundproofing headphones so he
can hear a verse: Buy me some
peanuts and Cracker Jack. I don?t
care if I never get back.
hailey.branson@latimes.com
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I want to feel the fireworks again
By Laurie Burrows Grad
S
ince my husband, Peter,
died suddenly after 47 years
of marriage, I have had only
a handful of dates.
There was the online
service I used that ripped me off
with four of the worst dates imaginable. One man even lived out of
his car, I kid you not. The first dude
lied about his age, lied about his
political leanings and thought
separate checks at Upper West on
Pico was a grand idea.
The second man dressed in
clothes that looked like they came
straight from the 1970s. They
smelled stale and musty, like they
were just purchased from the local
thrift shop and never washed.
Worse, the off-putting smells collided in a frenzy in my nostrils as I
was trying to enjoy our meal together at Bel Campo in Santa
Monica. The third guy kept boasting about his wealth, ordered two
glasses of wine (I wasn?t drinking)
and two desserts for himself (I?d
passed) at Toscana in Century City
? and then wanted to split the bill
down the middle.
The final guy was the capper.
He lived out of his car on the streets
of Koreatown. He told me his favorite things were chewing Nicorette
gum while lying in bed, while also
betting on the horses on an app on
his iPhone. We were at at
Caulfield?s Bar & Dining Room in
Beverly Hills and, believe it or not,
he was the only one who paid for
my meal.
Goodbye, dumpster-diving
dating service.
Later, I was fixed up with a guy
who was pretty good-looking but
had bad breath and not a lot of
Benjamins. He had been divorced
for many years, was about my age,
but it was like dating Oscar the
Grouch. On the cranky meter, he
was a 9.5.
We did have a lot in common. We
both liked exploring museums,
particularly MOCA downtown, the
Getty and LACMA. We also liked to
listen to jazz, which we did at a few
summer concerts. We both enjoyed
dining well and loved eating at
Redbird in downtown L.A. and
Forma in Santa Monica, but the
meals stretched his budget.
Joseph Fiedler For The Times
In hindsight, I probably could
have fixed the breath, but the
grumpiness and the money issues
were stumbling blocks that I
couldn?t find a way to hurdle.
One friend set me up with a man
who was supposedly ?about my
height.? Now, I used to model at 5
feet, 9 inches. Give a little for the
shrinkage factor, but I am still
pretty willowy and tall. Well, this
guy made Danny DeVito look like
Shaq. I could literally look down at
the top of his head. I must remem-
ber to give my friend the name of
my eye doctor.
I was also introduced to a man
who was four years younger and
quite attractive, although he did
pick me up in a car that dated back
to the ?60s. It was very hot that day.
When I asked about getting some
air conditioning going, he told me
to lower the hand crank on the
window. We went to the California
Science Center to see the King Tut
exhibit, which was a good start, but
after it felt like an episode of ?Curb
Your Enthusiasm? when he
dropped me off without even buying me a beverage. Not a cup of
coffee. I can practically hear Larry
David screaming, ?You have to
have a beverage on a date!?
A few months ago, a friend fixed
me up with a widower.
It all checked out on paper,
especially the widower part. He got
my feelings instantly. He understood what it was like to date again
after an epic love. We went out
several times ? to local hangouts
in Beverly Hills like Via Alloro,
South Beverly Grill and Piccolo
Paradiso ? but I just didn?t have a
glimmer of a spark.
I was married to such a handsome man ? and he was funny too
? that I still swoon when I think of
him entering a room. He was my
soul mate until he had a heart
attack and died in my arms during
a trip to Vail three years ago.
After living with such an amazing partner for over 47 years ?
starting in Manhattan where we
were married and then moving to a
house in the Beverly Hills area
where we raised our son ? I found
myself uttering the word ?settle,?
and not in a good way.
I was definitely compatible with
the widower. Our lifestyle choices
and values were in alignment. But
where was the stomach churning
or the flip-flops of my heart? Where
was the chemistry?
To put it simply, I tried but
couldn?t conjure the passion. Call
me old-fashioned, but I still believe
in being thunderstruck by a bolt of
love. Peter walked into my life and I
was transformed into a lovesick
teenager. We met by chance on the
streets of New York City and married four months later. I really
believe that if the spark isn?t there,
you can?t manufacture the fireworks.
You probably think my expectations are off the charts. I want
attractive, smart, well-off and
lacking in bad-breath syndrome.
My future mate must also be like
me politically. I hope anyone I date
likes rom-coms, British television
and live theater. I insist that a
future partner love good eats and
good vino too.
Tall order? You got it.
But I would certainly settle for
just some of these attributes (although the breath thing is a no-no)
if I could find just a trace of a spark.
The author lives in Los Angeles
and wrote a book about life after
the loss of her husband, ?The
Joke?s Over, You Can Come Back
Now.? Her website is
lauriegrad.com.
L.A. Affairs chronicles the search
for love in and around Los Angeles.
If you have comments or a true
story to tell, email us at
LAAffairs@latimes.com.
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Susan Smith, Jeff Hyland 310.492.0733
616 N ARDEN DR, BEVERLY HILLS
Paul Stukin 310.779.2595
520 N CAMDEN DR, BEVERLY HILLS
$6,499,000
David Kramer, Roya Sklar, Ziv Gabay 310.691.2400
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9360 READCREST DR, BEVERLY HILLS
$9,995,000
David Yocum | DRE 01375515
310.560.6164
NEW PRICE $11,995,000
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Dustin Cumming | DRE 01892978, Monty Beisel | DRE 01940414
310.944.4430
927 N ORLANDO AVE, WEST HOLLYWOOD VICINITY $6,299,000
Dustin Cumming, Monty Beisel 310.944.4430
5225 W 2ND AVE, HANCOCK PARK
Thomas Glabman 310.614.7345
NEW PRICE $5,995,000
6351 LINDENHURST AVE, LOS ANGELES
Christina Collins 310.343.3456
$4,200,000
5916 FIREFLY PL, PLAYA VISTA
$4,058,000
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12-5
Kris Zacuto, Justin Huchel 310.702.6299
621 15TH ST, SANTA MONICA
$3,999,000
David Kramer, Bjorn Farrugia 310.691.2400
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$3,500,000
Marcie Hartley | DRE 01358268
310.691.5950
3034 ELVIDO DR, BRENTWOOD
Marcie Hartley 310.691.5950
$3,500,000
615 SEWARD ST, HANCOCK PARK
$3,499,000
David Kramer, Carol Whitley 310.691.2400
3015 DEEP CANYON DR, BEVERLY HILLS
David Konheim 310.803.9999
908 QUIVERA ST, LAGUNA BEACH
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-4
Gary Gold 310.858.5411
$3,299,000
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
NEW PRICE
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2710 NICHOLS CANYON RD, HOLLYWOOD HILLS $3,145,000
5019 GAVIOTA AVE, ENCINO
Drew Fenton | DRE 011317962, Robert Kass | DRE 01473405
310.858.5474
Heather Boyd | DRE 01836830
310.994.3140
$2,725,000
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OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
Heather Boyd 310.994.3140
$2,725,000
7735 82ND ST, PLAYA DEL REY
$2,399,000
Alphonso Lascano, Bjorn Farrugia 424.253.5489
12735 BLUFF CREEK #1, PLAYA VISTA
Kris Zacuto 310.702.6299
NEW PRICE $2,395,000
3156 DONA EMILIA DR, STUDIO CITY
Christina Collins 310.343.3456
16230 QUEMADA RD, ENCINO
Ladd Jackson 310.346.1744
2400 TUNA CANYON RD, TOPANGA
NEW PRICE
$1,975,000
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
11285 LAURIE DR, STUDIO CITY
$1,949,000
Aren Afsharian | DRE 01928144
310.200.9323
Manuela Villa | DRE 01900049
310.880.4828
$2,325,000
$2,295,000
2400 TUNA CANYON RD, TOPANGA
Manuela Villa 310.880.4828
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11285 LAURIE DR, STUDIO CITY
Aren Afsharian 310.200.9323
$1,949,000
4426 IRVINE AVE, STUDIO CITY
Donovan Healey 310.903.1876
$1,799,000
1803 HILLCREST AVE, GLENDALE
NEW PRICE $1,699,000
Alphonso Lascano, Bjorn Farrugia 424.253.5489
875 COMSTOCK #1A, WILSHIRE CORRIDOR
$1,599,000
Alphonso Lascano, Bjorn Farrugia 424.253.5489
135 S SWALL DR #PH1, LOS ANGELES
SusБn Perryman 310.261.1960
$1,349,000
128 N SWALL DR #203, BEVERLY CENTER
Vanessa Sandin 310.824.3705
$1,199,000
249 OCEAN PARK BLVD, SANTA MONICA
$1,195,000
Greg La Plant, Branden Williams, Rayni Williams 323.992.8166
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
249 OCEAN PARK BLVD, SANTA MONICA
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$1,195,000
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Rayni Williams | DRE 01496786 323.992.8166
11718 DARLINGTON AVE #1, BRENTWOOD
Lori Doherty | DRE 01469102
310.613.7765
$1,035,000
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Lori Doherty 310.613.7765
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Kathy Douglas 310.617.2229
$1,035,000
$859,000
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310.278.3311
310.740.0414
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By Neal J. Leitereg
and Jack Flemming
After spending much of the last
year changing spots in Santa
Barbara County, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are
turning their attention back to
L.A.
In recent weeks, the entertainment power couple have bought a
Beverly Hills home steeped in Old
Hollywood history for $15 million.
They?ve also quietly sold another
home in the area for $35 million,
records show.
The home they just bought ? a
Hollywood Regency designed by
architect-to-the-stars John Elgin
Woolf and built in 1962 ? was the
longtime home of late actress and
philanthropist Marjorie Lord.
Lord was best known for her role
as wife to Danny Thomas? character in ?Make Room for Daddy? as
well as the spinoff ?Make Room for
Granddaddy.?
After Lord?s death in 2015, the
property came up for sale in 2016
and sold for $8.3 million. It has
since been restored by Los Angeles-based design firm Marmol
Radziner.
Now polished to a fine sheen,
the single-story house boasts
scaled formal rooms, web-patterned wood ceilings and original
Pullman entry doors. A circular
foyer sits beyond the entry. Floorto-ceiling windows in nearly
every room take in city-to-ocean
views.
The 5,100 square feet of living
space also holds a reimagined
kitchen with a skylight-topped
island, a breakfast nook, a family
room and a den/office.
The curving design of the
house encapsulates private courtyards for each of the five bedrooms
and 4.5 bathrooms. A covered
patio lined with columns, a barbecue and a small swimming pool
complete the grounds.
The home DeGeneres and De
Rossi sold sits on about threequarters of an acre. It has four
bedrooms, eight bathrooms and
nearly 6,000 square feet of living
space, tax records show. The couple had owned the property for
about three years.
Linda May and Drew Fenton of
Photographs by Jim
Bartsch
A CURVING DESIGN allows private courtyards for each bedroom. A covered patio and swimming pool complete the grounds.
THE SINGLE-STORY house boasts scaled formal rooms, webpatterned wood ceilings and original Pullman entry doors.
THE HOLLYWOOD REGENCY home was designed by architect-to-the-stars John Elgin Woolf and built in 1962.
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snap it up before then, there would
be an opportunity to customize
certain parts not yet completed.
The new home, which sports an
L-shaped design, borders a swimming pool and spa.
Hassan and Barbara Tenenbaum of Hilton & Hyland hold the
listing.
Garnett, 42, played for the
Timberwolves, Celtics and Nets
during a decorated career that saw
him win an MVP award with Minnesota and an NBA championship
with Boston. In 21 seasons, he
tallied 14,662 rebounds, good for
ninth most in league history.
Hilton & Hyland held the listing
for the former Lord residence.
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency represented the buyers.
The other property was sold
off-market to Sue Gross, the exwife of billionaire investor Bill
Gross.
DeGeneres, 60, has won multiple Emmys for ?The Ellen DeGeneres Show,? which premiered
in 2003.
Last year she co-created and
produced the show ?Little Big
Shots? with Steve Harvey.
De Rossi, 45, has television
credits that include the legal
drama ?Ally McBeal? and the
sitcom ?Arrested Development.?
of Hilton & Hyland represented
the buyer.
It?s hard to keep up
with this family
The real estate wheels keep on
turning for the Kardashian-Jenner
family.
A trust linked to the reality
television clan has paid $12 million
for a minimalist mansion in La
Quinta?s Madison Club community.
Details are foggy on which
member of the family snapped up
the 11,000-square-foot home, but
records show the trust that
bought the estate is linked to
family matriarch Kris Jenner.
Built in 2016, the modern estate
offers seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a host of expansive
living spaces.
Modern chandeliers top the
kitchen and dining room in the
open floor plan, and the indooroutdoor living room holds a builtin fireplace.
Out front, there?s a courtyard
with parallel fire pits. In the
back, pocketing doors unfold to a
sleek covered patio that takes
in golf course and mountain
views.
A massive infinity-edge swimming pool fills out the rest of the
nearly one-acre grounds.
Ginger Glass of Coldwell
Banker Residential Brokerage
held the listing.
The sale represents an eastward expansion for the group,
whose properties mostly lie in Los
Angeles County hot spots such as
Calabasas, Malibu, Hidden Hills
and Bel-Air.
Last year, Jenner and daughter
Kim Kardashian West each
bought condos in the upscale
Avanti community in Calabasas.
The 15th season of ?Keeping Up
With the Kardashians,? a reality
series that follows the family,
premiered in August.
Unfinished business
at a high price
In Malibu, a three-parcel
spread with a half-finished mansion is being shopped by retired
NBA big man Kevin Garnett.
The 15-time All Star has set the
price at $19.9 million, or more than
three times the $6.4 million he paid
in 2003 for the property, which
originally held a six-bedroom villa.
Spreading across seven acres of
grounds, the estate sits at the end
of a gated driveway that ends at a
circular motor court.
An 11,000-square-foot mansion
is the focal point of the ocean-view
property. The home is under construction and slated to be finished
in 12 months, according to listing
agent Eric Hassan. Should a buyer
neal.leitereg@latimes.com
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rooms and a mix of open-plan living spaces, including an expansive great room.
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WITH ITS MINIMALIST vibe, DJ Khaled?s Miami Beach waterfront mansion boasts five bed-
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Veteran film actor Edward
Norton has called it a wrap on
Malibu?s Las Flores Beach, selling
his home in the beach community
after more than a decade of ownership for $4.395 million.
The oceanfront retreat is prime
for income potential with a split
floor plan that includes three
bedrooms, two bathrooms and
two full kitchens. There are fireplaces in the family and living
rooms.
Outside, expansive decking
meets 43 feet of sandy beachfront.
A tiki-hut-style bar, an aboveground spa, a sun deck and tall
palms complete the setting.
The property came up for sale
in February with an asking price of
$5.25 million but was more recently listed for $4.5 million.
Norton bought the place in
2008 for $2.72 million, real estate
records show.
Norton, 49, is known for his
Oscar-nominated roles in ?Primal
Fear? (1996), ?American History X?
(1998) and ?Birdman? (2015). His
upcoming projects include ?Motherless Brooklyn,? a crime drama
that he co-wrote, directed and
stars in.
The sale is not a complete
departure from Malibu for Norton.
Last year, he paid $11.8 million for a
John Lautner-designed home in a
different beach community, The
Times previously reported.
Chris Cortazzo of Coldwell
Banker Residential Brokerage
was the listing agent, according to
the Multiple Listing Service. Brandon Williams and Rayni Williams
DJ Khaled has found his next
major key: a 12,750-square-foot
mansion in Miami Beach.
The hip-hop producer turned
social-media star closed out September by paying $21.75 million for
the waterfront estate of Michael
Lerner, the entrepreneur known
for popularizing the ?Baby on
Board? sign.
The minimalist-vibe residence
boasts five bedrooms and a mix of
open-plan living spaces. Among
them is an expansive great room
topped by Cumaru wood ceilings
and a formal dining room that
resembles a corporate boardroom.
An oversized island anchors the
kitchen.
On the upper level, reached by
a floating staircase or elevator, a
mahogany-draped master suite
opens to a private balcony. Other
second-story perks include a safe
room and a movie theater.
The backyard adds an 80-foot
swimming pool and a two-story
gazebo with a kitchen and an
outdoor shower. A four-bedroom
guesthouse sits on the other end of
the one-acre property.
Eloy Carmenate and Mick
Duchon of Douglas Elliman held
the listing. Orli Rudolph of NextHome Realty Professionals represented Khaled.
Khaled, 42, has released 10
studio albums and boasts collaborations with Rihanna, Justin
Bieber, Drake and Kanye West. He
became an internet sensation in
recent years for his motivational
posts in which he details the ?keys
to success.?
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A-lister completes
his scene change
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Spinning up sales
from coast to coast
616 N ARDEN DR | BEVERLY HILLS
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$3,250,000 | 3BD 3BA | 2780LACASTANA.COM
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$2,650,000 | 4BD 4BA | 947EDINBURGH.COM
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$1,795,000 | 3BD 4BA | 959DOHENY.COM
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DAVID KRAMER
ANDREW BUSS
310.691.2400
310.487.4437
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gates one approaches the main residence by sweeping driveway. Period details
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room and tiled formal dining room. Once home to William Randolph Hearst and
honeymoon location for John F. Kennedy. A rare offering for a collector of the
NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT: LANCASTER
Flying under the radar, for now
Aerospace jobs and lowcost housing are among this
high desert city?s top draws.
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By Scott Garner
Although Lancaster is located
in the high desert plains of the
Antelope Valley, it owes its existence to water.
Beneath the surface of the
valley floor lies an extensive system of aquifers, which for tens of
thousands of years has collected
runoff from the surrounding Tehachapi and San Gabriel Mountain ranges.
In 1876, the presence of aquiferfed springs in the area led the
Southern Pacific Railroad to
establish a watering station there.
It was a critical waypoint for engines running on the San Francisco-Los Angeles line, where they
could stop to take on water before
climbing, or after descending, the
2% grade of the Tehachapi Loop.
Around the station a community sprang up, as hotels were
opened to accommodate passengers and the railroad built housing
for its employees; it was probably a
functionary of the Southern Pacific, tasked with naming new
depots, who christened the town
Lancaster.
But any specific records were
lost in a 1906 fire, according to the
city?s official history.
The town had the good fortune
of being founded during an unusually rainy period in the valley?s
history.
The seeming abundance of
water that fell from the sky and
could be pumped from the ground
led to Lancaster and environs
becoming a major agricultural
center.
Cattle ranches, bean and barley
fields and groves of water-hungry
almond trees sprawled across the
rich alluvial plains, as eager homesteaders flocked to Lancaster to
farm the land.
A crippling decade-long
drought brought an abrupt end to
the uncharacteristically Edenic
conditions in 1894. Ranching and
farming all but ceased until the
Photographs by
Jesse Goddard For The Times
EDWARDS Air Force Base and aerospace giants such as Northrop provide thousands of local jobs. Historic aviation sites are nearby.
opening of the Los Angeles Aqueduct brought a new source to
irrigate the valley in 1913.
In the 1930s, the Army Air
Corps opened Muroc Air Base
outside of town, the first step
toward the defense and aerospace
industry?s dominance of the Lancaster economy.
After World War II, the facility
was renamed Edwards Air Force
Base. It was there that Chuck
Yeager broke the speed of sound
(two years before the name
change), military jets from
the F-100 fighter to the latest
stealth bombers were tested,
and the space shuttle landed 54
times.
The economic impact of Edwards on Lancaster is hard to
LANCASTER
Detailed
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L.A.
Lancaster
Leona
Valley
PALMDALE
REGIONAL
AIRPORT
Palmdale
Sources: Nextzen, OpenStreetMap
Los Angeles Times
Population:
161,792
Diversity:
Asian: 4%
Black: 21%
Latino: 38%
White: 34%
Other: 3%
Rent vs. own:
45% / 55%
Median
income:
$48,466
Median
age: 32
Education:
Less than
high
school: 19%
High school
graduate:
30%
Some
college: 36%
Bachelor?s
degree: 10%
Master?s or
higher: 6%
Drive times (without traffic):
To LAX: 75 minutes
To Staples Center: 75 minutes
The right stuff: Whether you work
in the aerospace industry, really
love jets and rockets, or both,
Lancaster has you covered with its
many air and space employers and
historic aviation sites.
off-road trails.
Explore the high desert: The
desert landscape of the Antelope
Valley provides plenty of recreation activities, such as hiking
through stunning poppy blooms
and riding an ATV on rugged
Bargain shopping: If you?re willing
to join the ranks of the super commuters, Lancaster boasts fourbedroom new-construction homes
in the low $400,000s, and older
homes at far less than that.
THE MUSEUM of Art and History caters to locals and visitors.
Neighborhood
challenges
Exurban living: Until (or if) the
high-speed rail line makes its way
to Antelope Valley, the commute
from Lancaster may be too much
for all but the most dedicated
Market snapshot
Expert insight
The majority of Lancaster falls
into three ZIP Codes: 93534, 93535
and 93536. In August, the 93536
ZIP Code saw the most home
transactions. Based on 119 sales,
the median sales price for singlefamily homes was $350,000, up 6.1%
year over year, according to Core
Logic.
Karen Senia, a Century 21 real
estate agent with 24 years of experience in the area, said that beyond the affordability, Lancaster?s
room for expansion and development sets it apart from the
pack. ?For a while, inventory was
low, and prices shot up,? Senia
said. ?But now with more inventory, you can purchase a home
here for $400,000 that would be at
least $900,000 in other areas of L.A.
County.?
Ranches and Spanish-style
abodes are common, but newer
homes take on a more traditional
feel. Usually, estates feature plenty
of acreage; many properties are
equestrian-zoned.
Beyond the aerospace titans in
the area, a recent boon for Lancaster has been BYD, a battery and
electric vehicle company. BYD
recently completed a 100,000square-foot warehouse, and Senia
said the firm hires locally.
Report card
Of the 30 public schools within
the Lancaster boundaries, standouts include SOAR High (Students on the Academic Rise),
which scored 937 on the Academic
Performance Index, and Joe
Walker Middle, which scored 821.
The three largest high schools
in the area are Quartz Hill High,
Lancaster High and Eastside
High. They scored 782, 723 and 658,
respectively.
hotproperty@latimes.com
Times staff writer Jack Flemming
contributed to this report.
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Neighborhood highlights
would-be desert dwellers.
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overestimate. The base provides
more than 10,000 jobs in the area,
and aerospace giants such as
Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin also provide thousands of local jobs.
Most recently, private space
ventures including Virgin Galactic
and Scaled Composites have
made the nearby Mojave Air &
Space Port home, ensuring that
Lancaster will continue to be
central to the future of the aerospace industry.
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THE STRETCH of Lancaster Boulevard known as the BLVD underwent a redesign in 2010. Recreational activities in the Antelope Valley draw visitors to the area.
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NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT: LANCASTER
elliman.com/california
O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
BEVERLY HILLS | 9662 WENDOVER DRIVE
$4,249,000 | 5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
Josh & Matthew Altman O: 310.819.3250
DRE# 01764587 / 01874316
N E W L I S T I N G | O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
BEVERLY HILLS | 2911 ANTELO VIEW DRIVE
$37,900,000 | Approx. 5 Acres, Tennis Court, Theater, Views
Josh & Matthew Altman O: 310.819.3250
DRE# 01764587 / 01874316
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BRENTWOOD | 1073 HANLEY AVENUE
$6,950/MO | 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
Ellen Conrad M: 310.345.7766 DRE# 00918465
P R I C E A DJ U S T M E N T | O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
MARINA DEL REY | 909 DICKSON STREET
$2,298,000 | 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
Alison Betts M: 323.309.3976 DRE# 01392565
O P E N S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY 2 - 5
SANTA MONICA | 954 5TH STREET
$2,498,000 | 3 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
4 New Construction Residences
Heather Altman M: 310.924.4664 DRE# 01833121
BRENTWOOD | 16428 SLOAN DRIVE
$3,445,000 | 4 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
Marshall Peck M: 310.497.3279 DRE# 01872030
O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
PALMS MAR VISTA | 3564 MOUNTAIN VIEW AVENUE
$2,799,999 | 4 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
Eric Hass M: 310.597.2131 DRE# 01466347
O P E N S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY 2 - 5
SANTA MONICA | 956 5TH STREET
$2,398,000 | 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
4 New Construction Residences
Heather Altman M: 310.924.4664 DRE# 01833121
BEVERLY HILLS POST OFFICE | 9505 HIDDEN VALLEY
$4,999,000 | 5 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
Juliette Hohnen M: 323.422.7147 DRE# 01772623
O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
HANCOCK PARK | 123 FREMONT PLACE
$8,350,000 | 6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
Josh & Matthew Altman O: 310.819.3250
DRE# 01764587 / 01874316
BRENTWOOD | 1823 OLD RANCH ROAD
$14,500/MO | 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
Ellen Conrad M: 310.345.7766 DRE# 00918465
O P E N S AT U R D AY 1 - 4
HOLLYWOOD HILLS WEST | 8045 BULWER DRIVE
$2,100,000 | 4 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
Tom Scrocco & Cameron Gonzalez M: 310.694.6123
DRE# 01245433 / 01419258
N E W P R I C E | O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
PALMS MAR VISTA | 3733 OCEAN VIEW AVENUE
$1,548,000 | 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Christopher Pickett O: 424.202.3230 DRE# 01475927
O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
STUDIO CITY | 3849 MOUND VIEW AVENUE
$2,398,000 | 4 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
Tom Scrocco & Sean Christian O: 310.890.2220
DRE# 01245433 / 01773471
SANTA MONICA | 424 14TH STREET
$6,425,000 | 6 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms
Elizabeth Puro M: 310.418.5427 DRE# 00908563
Robert Puro M: 310.849.1962 DRE# 02047990
P R I C E R E D U C T I O N | O P E N S U N D AY 2 - 5
STUDIO CITY | 4221 AGNES AVENUE
$1,198,000 | 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
Robert Puro M: 310.849.1962 DRE# 02047990
Elizabeth Puro M: 310.418.5427 DRE# 00908563
150 EL CAMINO DRIVE, BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90212. 310.595.3888 ╘ 2018 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR
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RAY KA PP E M A STE R P I EC E
Beverly Hills | 1160 San Ysidro Drive | $23,750,000 | 6-BR, 9-BA
Located on lower San Ysidro Drive in the City of Beverly Hills emerges an architectural showpiece by world-renowned architect, Ray Kappe, AIA. The ultra-private, glass
residence lays on an approximately 29,000 square foot canvas of lush landscaping and hardscaping designed by distinguished landscape architect Mia Lehrer. Kappe
and Lehrer perfectly blend nature with architecture, creating a truly seamless and exceptional indoor/outdoor experience. The newly constructed residence was crafted
using the highest quality design elements and includes amenities such as a swimmer?s pool, gym, wine cellar, screening room, open of?ce/library, three-level glass
elevator, detached guest house, detached pool house with bonus room, and a viewing deck overlooking the city, canyons, and ocean. 1160SanYsidro.com
Shown by appointment to quali?ed buyers. Co-Listed.
LILLY GHASSEMIEH
KURT RAPPAPORT
Realtor╝
Realtor╝ , Westside Estate Agency
M: 310.429.5452
Lilly.Ghassemieh@elliman.com
DRE# 02058346
M: 310.995.3214
KR@weahomes.com
DRE# 01036061
elliman.com/california
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ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
to West Hollywood and Downtown L.A. This completely renovated state of the art home is an entertainer?s dream complete with expansive pool and lounge area,
outdoor dinning, gym, sauna and steam rooms, and European imported kitchen and baths. Luxurious master bedroom with two walk-in closets and spacious
bathroom that overlooks the pool lounge and city views. Biometric security system. This magni?cent modern home weaves classic mid-century design with cutting
edge craftsmanship to create a one-of-a-kind living experience. Web# 18359470
MICHELLE OLIVER
Realtor╝
M: 310.500.6111
MichelleOliverTeam@elliman.com
MichelleOliver.Elliman.com
DRE# 01837352
elliman.com/california
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PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
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amenities that de?ne living in luxury and relaxation. Light and bright gated contemporary home featuring a 2-story entry with gorgeous terrazzo ?oors with views
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Sunset Strip | 1162 Sunset Hills Road | $9,750,000 | 5-BR, 6-BA | The true California dream: from the breathtaking views and expansive living space to
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BEVERLY HILLS | 2727 BENEDICT CANYON DRIVE
$68,000,000 | 11 Bedrooms, 17 Bathrooms
WEST HOLLYWOOD | 9255 DOHENY ROAD, PH1 & PH2
$48,888,888 | 6 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms
BEVERLY HILLS | 1029 HANOVER DRIVE
$45,000,000 | 5 Bedrooms, 8 Bathrooms
BEL AIR | 2911 ANTELO VIEW DRIVE
$37,900,000 | 9 Bedrooms, 14 Bathrooms
ARTIST RENDERING
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SUNSET STRIP | 1651 HASLAM TERRACE
$8,950,000 | 7 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms
HANCOCK PARK | 123 FREMONT PLACE
$8,350,000 | 6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms | OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
AT D O U G L A S E L L I M A N R E A L E STATE
JOSH & MATT ALTMAN
Realtors╝
O: 310.819.3250
Josh@TheAltmanBrothers.com
TheAltmanBrothers.Elliman.com
DRE# 01764587 / 01874316
elliman.com/california
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PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
12,000 SF orchard bearing seasonal fruit and herb garden with spacious ?at pad grass yard. Fifty-foot non-chlorinated in?nity pool with multiple levels of sunbathing
terrace and jacuzzi. Outdoor bar area and BBQ. Spa quality steam showers and soaking tub in master bedroom. Detached guesthouse below with blackout shades for
utmost privacy and relaxation or complete focus. The amenities, invisible walls, outdoor spaces and functionality create an unparalleled retreat. Web# 18373228
KELSEY KROON
Realtor╝
M: 310.890.0821
Kelsey.Kroon@elliman.com
DRE# 01988995
elliman.com/california
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PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
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upon breathtaking ocean views from every room. No neighbors on either side as park protected land is to the west and lot next door included in the property with a approx.
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highest quality of materials constructed and attention to detail boasting masterful craftsmanship. True California lifestyle indoor/outdoor ?ow with walls of glass that look
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Paci?c Palisades | 467 Paseo Miramar | $44,500/MO | 4-BR, 6-BA | Moments from new Palisades Village shopping center. A stunning masterpiece of a home with the
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O P E N S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY 2 - 5
Culver City | 3459 Fay Avenue | $1,898,000 | 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms | Approx. 2,425 SF | Web# 18390618
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On a tree-lined cul-de-sac in Culver City?s covetable McManus District, this completely remodeled 4-bed, 2-bath home and separate private 1-bed, 1-bath guest house or apartment is a truly special ?nd.
Culver City | 10781-83 Galvin Street | $1,749,000 | Duplex | Approx. 2,160 SF | Web# 18375328
Duplex (2+2 & 2+1) situated on a tree-lined street and one of the largest lots in the neighborhood (approx. 10k SF). Close to downtown Culver City, shopping destinations & elementary schools.
KATHLEEN RASMUSSEN
Realtor╝
O: 310.975.3876
Kathleen.Rasmussen@elliman.com
DRE# 02000875
elliman.com/california
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PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.
HOME OF THE WEEK
Marvels
await
inside
and out
By Neal J. Leitereg
The details
Location: 3274 Coldwater Canyon
Ave., Studio City, 91604
Asking price: $4.395 million
Built: 1941
Total size: 3,767 square feet, three
bedrooms, 3.75 bathrooms
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Features: Vaulted ceiling; trussstyle beams; built-ins; wood inlays;
Poggenpohl-outfitted chef ?s
kitchen; formal dining room; living
room with wet bar; master suite
with two walk-in closets; media
room; office; wine cellar; two fireplaces; swimming pool; lush landscaping; four-car garage; portecochere
Agent: John Galich; Rodeo Realty;
(310) 461-0468
neal.leitereg@latimes.com
Twitter: @LATHotProperty
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To submit a candidate for
Home of the Week, send highresolution color photos via Dropbox.com, permission from the
photographer to publish the images and a description of the
house to neal.leitereg@latimes.com.
WOOD-INLAY ACCENT walls create visual interest in the
kitchen, which has been updated with Poggenpohl cabinetry.
INSIDE, UPDATES include wide-plank oak floors. Outside, a
vintage Airstream trailer on the site serves as a guesthouse.
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Lot size: 1.18 acres
Photographs by Unlimited Style Real Estate Photography
THIS RECENTLY updated home sits at the end of a palm-lined driveway and offers sweeping views of the San Fernando Valley.
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This hip traditional residence
sits amid a forest of trees and lush
landscaping in the foothills of
Studio City. Wood-inlay accent
walls and a European-inspired
kitchen and a wine vault are
among features of the home, which
has been recently renovated. A
vintage Airstream trailer on the
grounds has been used as a guesthouse.
$3,175,000
Catherine Bassick
Senior Global Real Estate Advisor | Realtor╝
catherine.bassick@compass.com
310.795.8521
DRE 01380305
$2,195,000
3 Bed | 3.5 Bath | 2,875 Sq Ft
2346lyric.com
Modern Post & Beam in Los Feliz
Sunday
2?5pm
Courtney Pickard & Joe Reichling
Agents
courtney.pickard@compass.com
719.248.4825
DRE 01948903 | 01427385
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From $1,150,000
3 Bed | 3 Bath | 1,798 Sq Ft
ridgesilverlake.com
Joe Reichling & Boni Bryant
Agents
joe.reichling@compass.com
323.395.9084
DRE 01245334 | 01427385
Open House
Sunday
2?4pm
$1,695,000
4 Bed | + 5th Bed Option | 3.5 Bath
4,747 Sq Ft
3929chapman.com
compass.com 310.230.5478
Megan Spargo-Ferrell
Agent
megan.ferrell@compass.com
626.390.3831
DRE 01705291
compass
compassinc
compass
Compass is a licensed real estate broker (01991628) in the State of California and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All
material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but
call 310.230.5478
La Vina gated community estate with sunset views in Altadena
Sunday
2?5pm
3929 Chapman Ct
2211 Glendale Blvd
Open House
Remarkable value! Penthouse with 17ft ceilings & private deck
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imovela.com
Open House
2346 Lyric Ave
Saturday &
Sunday
2?5pm
Beautifully remodeled dream home in Brentwood
105 S Medio Drive
Open House
5 Bed | 4.5 Bath
Lisa Optican
Luxury Estates Director | Agent
lisa.optican@compass.com
310.351.6646
DRE 01960751
compass.com
310.230.5478
Jenna Cooper
Agent
jennacooperla@gmail.com
323.481.0644
DRE 01352710
compass
compassinc
Renovated front unit townhouse in Santa Monica
Compass is a licensed real estate broker (01991628) in the State of California and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All
material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but
!
call 310.230.5478
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Contemporary condo in Beverly Grove
compass
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jennacooperla.com/601cherokee
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Sunday
2?5pm
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Sunday
2?5pm
Open House
$3,499,000
Victoria Messengale and Michael Maguire
Estate Directors | Agents
victoriaandmichael@compass.com
323.640.2924 | 310.770.2823
DRE 01397097 | 01762981
Open House
$3,650,000
2 Bed | 2 Bath | 968 Sq Ft
Allison Schwarz
Agent
allison@alsestates.com
310.433.0056
DRE 01878458
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5 Bed | 6 Bath | 4,850 Sq Ft
2069gramercy.com
Sunday
2?5pm
Spectacular Restoration in Prime Hancock Park
Sunday
2?5pm
$4,749,000
116 S. Croft Ave, #103
Exquisite triple newly renovated condo
Open House
Sally Forster Jones & Kevin Pane
Agents
showings@sfjgroup.com
310.579.2200 | 310.308.7595
DRE 00558939 | 02007794
Open House
$595,000
Jetliner views in the Los Feliz Oaks
2069 N Gramercy
1 Bed | 1 Bath
10501wilshire1406.com
Sally Forster Jones & Brooke Elliott
Agents
showings@sfjgroup.com
310.579.2200 | 310.308.7595
DRE 00558939 | 01965650
Modern home in highly coveted Cheviot Hills
$750,000
$1,149,500
2 Bed | 3 Bath | 1,424
1242berkeley5.com
10501 Wilshire, #1406
4 Bed | 5 Bath | 4,750 Sq Ft
10342Lorenzo.com
Sally Forster Jones
Agent
showings@sfjgroup.com
310.617.9944
DRE 00558939
Appointment
Only
601 N. Cherokee Ave
$4,895,000
1242 Berkeley St, #5
Saturday
& Sunday
2?5pm
Remarkable value for gem in prime Cheviot
10342 Lorenzo Dr
Open House
BY APPOINTMENT
BY APPOINTMENT
9 BEVERLY RIDGE TERR BEVERLY HILLS P.O.
$19,900,000
BY APPOINTMENT
619 N. BEVERLY DR BEVERLY HILLS
$10,999,000
1820 RISING GLEN RD HOLLYWOOD HILLS
$7,865,000
Behind gates sits this 4bd, 7ba estate with custom bar room, home
theater, chef?s kitchen, pool and spa. 9beverlyridge.pacunion.la
1922 Beverly Hills Spanish Estate in the heart of the Flat?s. 5bd, 7ba.
For more pictures & video visit: 619beverly.pacunion.la
Opportunity on large, 52,000╠ sq. ft lot, gated private drive,
?second story? city and ocean views. 1820rising.pacunion.la
Yawar Charlie & Aaron Kirman
Diane Manns & Wendy Gladson
Verna Helbling & Tim Perry
310 770 0808 & 310 923 2600
310 849 2485 & 323 397 6948
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BY APPOINTMENT
1293 MONTE CIELO DR BEVERLY HILLS
BY APPOINTMENT
$6,895,000
9236 CORDELL DR SUNSET STRIP
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$5,900,000
605 N REXFORD DR BEVERLY HILLS
$5,800,000
Private estate with 4bd, 5.5ba, 2 master suites, infinity-edged pool,
spa, terraces, canyon and city views. 1293montecielo.pacunion.la
Gorgeous Contemporary. 4bd, 6ba. Incredible Downtown views.
Furnishings included in sale; art excluded. 9236cordell.pacunion.la
One-story home in the flats. 4bd,3ba. Wood floors. Pool plus private spa next to a guest house. 605rexford.pacunion.la
Adam Saget
Ann H. Dashiell
Leah Steuer
310 710 1874
310 993 4733
310 729 3999
NEW LISTING
2391 ROSCOMARE ROAD
BEL-AIR $29,000,000
One Bel Air, a premier, new construction 10-unit luxury building,
only one of its kind located in scenic
upper Bel Air.
2391roscomare.pacunion.la
Verna Helbling 310 849 2485
Aaron Kirman 424 249 7162
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
7405 PYRAMID PL HOLLYWOOD HILLS
Neyshia Go
PACIFIC UNION INTERNATIONAL | THE ULTIMATE CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE COMPANY
$5,188,000
Views - pool - location. Private, gated historic celebrity estate. 6bd,
5ba. 9-car driveway. 7405pyramid.pacunion.la
310 882 8357
paci?cunionla.com
Paci?c Union International does not guarantee the accuracy of square footage, lot size, or other information concerning the condition or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from public records and other sources and the buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of that information. License 01866771
paci?cunionla.com
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
BY APPOINTMENT
2067 HERCULES DR SUNSET STRIP
$4,888,000
515 OCEAN AVE407N SANTA MONICA
$2,650,000
Stunning city views. Private 5bd, 4ba Architectural. 2 master suites.
Huge flat yard, pool and spa. 2067hercules.com
Large condo. Ocean views, abundance of light. 2bd,3ba. Pool, gym,
24 hour concierge, security, valet. 515ocean407n.pacunion.la
Elayne Ceder
Kaaren Kurtzman
424 249 7170
310 741 4010
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$2,649,000
9042-44 PHYLLIS AVE WEST HOLLYWOOD
$1,874,000
Drastically reduced. Priced to sell. Duplex investment zoned R4.
Front unit 3bd, 2.5ba. Back unit 1bd, 1.5ba. 9042phyllis.pacunion.la
Courville & Fung
RenИe Avedon
310 622 0312
7012lapresa.pacunion.la
Bret Parsons 310 497 5832
310 801 5400
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
1426 HARRIDGE DRIVE
BEVERLY HILLS P.O. $7,995,000
Panoramic city-to-ocean views,
7,320╠ living square feet, 3 land
parcels, Issued and Permitted plans
for a 15,600╠ sq.ft. new build.
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
12958 BLOOMFIELD ST STUDIO CITY
$1,699,000
Studio City open floor plan Contemporary with private pool and
spa. 12958bloomfield.pacunion.la
Steve Sanders
1426harridge.pacunion.la
Alexis Boris 310 990 6894
323 828 6471
50+ OFFICES | 1700+ REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS | $14 BILLION ANNUAL SALES | RANKED 5TH IN THE NATION
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3337 SCADLOCK LN SHERMAN OAKS
Modern Mid-Century classic in Sherman Oaks Estates has been
restored while staying true to original form. 3337scadlockln.com
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Colonial Regency Revival. Mesmerizing city views.
Designed by noted architect Leland Fuller in 1937.
Grandly theatrical.
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW PRICE
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OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
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SUNSET STRIP $3,495,000
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paci?cunionla.com
BY APPOINTMENT
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
1033 WELLESLEY AVENUE BRENTWOOD
$4,249,000
PARADISE COVE ROAD MALIBU
PRICE UPON REQUEST
The beauty of Big Sur in the middle of Brentwood. Moments from
great dining and shopping.
Enjoy the best of Malibu in this gated seaside community with direct
beach access. Unpublished beach bungalows starting at $515K!
John Hathorn
Ren Smith
310 924 4014
310 567 5704
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
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770 AMALFI DRIVE
PACIFIC PALISADES
$14,895,000
29201 LARKSPUR LANE
MALIBU
$3,900,000
Point Dume oasis on almost an acre with rustic 3bd.
farmhouse and contemporary 2bd. guest house.
Seclusion, views, and the sounds of the ocean.
Robert L. Edie 310 717 1795
Brand new Michael Lee designed
modern architectural on Amalfi
Drive in the coveted Palisades
Rivera. The ultimate canvas for
California living.
John Hathorn 310 924 4014
Charles Pence 310 403 9238
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
242 S. CARMELINA AVENUE
BRENTWOOD
$4,498,000
Elegant Brentwood Traditional on
large flat lot. This idyllic home is
walking distance to all the great
Brentwood restaurants and shops.
Jane Dorian 310 922 6464
BY APPOINTMENT
2915 LAKERIDGE DRIVE LOS ANGELES
$1,650,000
Breathtaking views from this original California style ranch home
located in the exclusive Lakeridge Estates.
Stephen Udoff
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OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
117 S. DOHENY DRIVE, UNIT 203 LOS ANGELES
$693,000
1033 N. LA JOLLA AVENUE WEST HOLLYWOOD
$2,249,000
Beautifully updated 2bd. 2ba. condo. Light and bright throughout,
great layout with open living and dining areas and master suite.
This classic 1928 Spanish Triplex has been renovated and updated for
the 21st Century while retaining its original charm.
Melanie Sommers
Melanie Sommers
310 418 0343
310 418 0343
BY APPOINTMENT
708 MARR STREET
VENICE
$1,395,000
Michele Downing 626 523 6939
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-5PM
1570 QUEENS ROAD
HOLLYWOOD HILLS
$1,450,000
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
410 WALKER DRIVE BEVERLYHILLS
$6,995,000
Beautifully designed 4bd. 3.5ba. home in Trousdale with expansive
jetliner views of the city, mountains & marina.
Susan Kastner
In the hills above the Sunset
Strip, whimsical 2bd. 2ba. 1950?s
cottage built by acclaimed
architect, Robert Byrd. Open
living area, indoor/outdoor
flow, lush sunlit patio, charming
dining room with mini built-in
fireplace and full curved wall of
cross-hatched windows.
Maty Novia 424 276 1860
310 880 9227
50+ OFFICES | 1700+ REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS | $14 BILLION ANNUAL SALES | RANKED 5TH IN THE NATION
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California Classic home exudes pride of
ownership. Close to the Rose Bowl, restaurants,
shopping and more. 450californiaterrace.com
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450 CALIFORNIA TERRACE
PASADENA
$2,898,000
HOT PROPERTY
Melanie Sommers 310 418 0343
OPEN SUNDAY 2-4PM
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Beautiful 2bd. 1ba. home. Updated
kitchen features Italian ceramic tile
counters and glass mosaic backsplash. Attached studio with glass
roll-up door and storage shelves.
An outdoor yoga/workout space
with a shower is surrounded by
mature palm trees, lush and exotic
landscaping. Located near Abbot
Kinney, the Marina, beach, freeway,
bike path, shopping and dining.
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OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW PRICE
9233 BURTON WAY#406 BEVERLY HILLS
BY APPOINTMENT
$1,465,000
17352 W. SUNSET BLVD102 PACIFIC PALISADES
OPEN SAT. & SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
$989,000
3832 DIVISION ST MT. WASHINGTON
$828,000
Beautiful corner unit in Le Faubourg St. Honore. 2bd, 2.5ba, in fantastic location. Offered for sale or lease. 9233burton.pacunion.la
Recently remodeled unit in the prestigious guard-gated Edgewater Towers. Rare ground floor unit. 17352sunset102.pacunion.la
Welcoming 3bd, 2ba Mid-Century bursting with original charm and
sophisticated updates. 3832division.com
Jaime Watts
Kevin Driscoll
Brad Holmes Group
310 871 2006
818 398 0797
323 673 1001
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OPEN SAT. & SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
1219 N. AVENUE 45 EAGLE ROCK
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
$790,000
117 S. DOHENY DR202 LOS ANGELES
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$725,000
1148 GREENACRE AVE WEST HOLLYWOOD
$1,859,000
Beautiful, well-loved light-filled home with 2bd, updated bath, and
updated kitchen with breakfast nook. 1219avenue45.com
Double door entry, 2bd, 2ba, waiting for new buyer to remake this
to their taste. Excellent location.
Situated on a private cul-de-sac, this renovated 3bd, 3ba with
guest suite has been custom designed. 1148greenacre.pacunion.la
Brad Holmes Group
Owen Salkin
Brian Mazurkiewicz
323 673 1001
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310 386 9086
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OPEN SAT. & SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
1155 S. GRAND AVE323 DOWNTOWN L.A.
NEW PRICE
$685,000
1263 CASIANO RD BEL AIR
$1,849,000
Beautiful oversized 1bd, 1ba South Park loft with 2 parking spaces
at amenity-rich EVO South Lofts. 1155grand323.pacunion.la
Dramatic views. Impeccably maintained, two-level home. 4-5bd,
5ba. Spacious bonus suite. 1263casiano.pacunion.la
Johannes Steinbeck
Bret Parsons
213 258 5525
310 497 5832
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
1166 ANGELO DRIVE
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
10613wellworth.pacunion.la
Jane Brill Gavens 310 497 5166
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
1444 QUEENS ROAD
SUNSET STRIP $2,650,000
Stunning Hollywood Regency home.
Luxuriously remodeled. Breathtaking
backyard. Sparkling pool, outdoor
kitchen.
OPEN SUN. 2-5 | NEW LISTING
3365 SCARBORO ST MT. WASHINGTON
1444queens.pacunion.la
$949,000
Neyshia Go 424 249 7125
Charming 4-level home with 5bd, 3ba and ample closet space.
Spectacular views from balconies. 3365scarboro.pacunion.la
Jennifer Gainey
323 559 6742
1444 QUEENS RD HOLLYWOOD HILLS
WESTSIDE
NORTHEAST LA
SAN FERNANDO VALLEY
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
SAN FRANCISCO
SILICON VALLEY
NAPA VALLEY
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Romantic, remodeled Spanish with pool, 3bd, 4ba,
3361╠ square feet.
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Valerie Cuny 310 529 5065
Anthony Tordjam 323 794 5433
WESTWOOD $2,795,000
HOT PROPERTY
1166angelo.pacunion.la
10613 WELLWORTH AVENUE
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Private and gated one-story
Architectural Modern. 4bd, 5ba.
Wooden entry gate and a large
motor-court.
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paci?cunionla.com
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15025 ALTATA DR PACIFIC PALISADES
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$12,500,000
Hamptons Style Estate in the Huntington Palisades with 6
bed/6.5 baths! 15025altatadr.pacunion.la
Jacqueline Chernov
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$2,550,000 2249 LINNINGTON AVE WESTWOOD
970 CENTINELA AVE SANTA MONICA
$4,250,000
Mediterranean 5 bed/4.5 bath, ╠4,400 sq. ft. main house
plus additional casita in Santa Monica.
310 403 7557 Caron Schwartz
310 383 0831
JUST LISTED | BY APPOINTMENT
3560 MANDEVILLE CNYN RD BRENTWOOD
$1,699,000
907 LINCOLN BLVD #102 SANTA MONICA
$1,749,000
Pure Mid-Century Modern 3 bed/1.75 bath ? gated, private Stylish and bright single level with heightened ceilings and
off-road 29k+ lot with fabulous indoor/outdoor design.
indoor/outdoor appeal
310 622 7404 Susan Stark
310 345 7450 robbie sikora
310 710 5214
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310 821 2900 Lynn Whitaker & Gregory Masi
$6,998,000
Beautiful 6 bed/6.5 bath new construction!
15422albrightst.pacunion.la
NEW PRICE | BY APPOINTMENT
$1,799,000
Smashing Fred Fisher 4bed/4ba modern architectural beach Updated two-level home with hardwood floors. Open floor
home on the Silver Strand. 124quarterdeck.com
plan with loads of light!
Peter & Ty Bergman Properties
15422 ALBRIGHT ST PACIFIC PALISADES
310 403 7557 Jacqueline Chernov
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
124 QUARTERDECK MALL MARINA DEL REY
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
JUST LISTED | OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
JUST LISTED | OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
7510 W. 83RD STREET PLAYA DEL REY
$1,450,000 8021 AGNEW AVE WESTCHESTER
Light and bright 3 bed/3 bath Lewis home ready for your
finishing touches!
Peter & Ty Bergman Properties
$1,249,000
3 bed/2 bath - Located in the coveted Kentwood
neighborhood of Westchester
310 821 2900 Tara Rodgers-Culbertson
BY APPOINTMENT
JUST LISTED | OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
15515 SUNSET BLVD # 205 PACIFIC PALISADES
$869,000
Location, Location... Beautiful Light and Bright 2 bed/2
bath in Heart of Palisades. 15515Sunset.com
310 415 9743 Mimi and Jon Torp
941 N. SACRAMENTO AVE ONTARIO
$399,000
Welcome to this beautifully maintained 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home that overflows with charm and style.
310 622 7496 Yolanda Caldwell
310 883 4059
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
544 EUCLID ST
SANTA MONICA
$6,495,000
11284 CHALON RD
BEL AIR
$2,595,000
6 bed/6 bath, ╠5,541 sq. ft.
Phenomenal Santa Monica location
with a wonderful entertaining floor
plan.
Fabulous remodeled ocean view
home in Bel Air 5 bed/4.5 bath and
╠3,543 sqft.
544Euclid.com
11284chalonrd.pacunion.la
robbie sikora
310 710 5214
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Gwen Fritzinger
310 749 8821
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963 ROSCOMARE RD BEL AIR
$3,495,000
2813 MORAGA DR BEL AIR
$2,395,000
Private & Serene opportunity on close to 1 acre for a developer or
end user. 963roscomarerd.pacunion.la
Peace + Privacy. Impeccable Custom Ranch 3 bed/2.5 bath den,
family room, pool, lush knoll. 2813moraga.com
Tina Cameron
Susan Stark
310 480 5309
310 345 7450
JUST LISTED | BY APPOINTMENT
Beverly & Kimberly Gold
310 496 5995
JUST LISTED | BY APPOINTMENT
1056 ILIFF STREET
PACIFIC PALISADES
$4,695,000
Exquisite newer Cape Cod with 5
beds/4.5 baths on one of the larger
Village lots.
OPEN SAT & SUN 2-5
1056Iliff.com
847 CHAUTAUQUA BLVD PACIFIC PALISADES
$4,795,000
Elegant Pacific Palisades new construction located on Chautauqua!
847chautauqua.com
Jacqueline Chernov
Jacqui Bell
310 403 7557
50+ OFFICES | 1700+ REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS | $14 BILLION ANNUAL SALES | RANKED 5TH IN THE NATION
310 266 8520
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Beverly & Kimberly Gold 310 496 5995
1845Chastain.com
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1445ViaCresta.com
Gorgeous 5bed/5.5 bath plus office with pool,
spa and panoramic coastline views!
HOT PROPERTY
Exclusive 24-hour guard-gated
Ridgeview Country Estates close to
Palisades Village
1845 CHASTAIN PKWY
PACIFIC PALISADES
$5,350,000 or $18,000/mo - lease
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1445 VIA CRESTA
PACIFIC PALISADES
$5,290,000
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LUXURY RESIDENCES
2391 ROSCOMARE ROAD | BEL AIR
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VERNA HELBLING
DIRECTOR, ESTATES DIVISION
310 849 2485 | VERNAHELBLING.COM
DRE 01338275
AARON KIRMAN
PRESIDENT, ESTATES DIVISION
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WHAT YOUR MONEY BUYS
Ventura County for around $850,000
Here?s a look at what roughly $850,000 buys right now in the Ventura County cities of Ojai, Oxnard and Ventura.
Address: 1254 Cruzero St., Ojai, 93023
Address: 144 Eagle Rock Ave., Oxnard, 93035
Address: 702 Viewcrest Drive, Ventura, 93003
Listed for: $859,000 for three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms in
2,030 square feet (18,295-square-foot lot)
Listed for: $860,000 for four bedrooms, three bathrooms in
2,044 square feet (2,450-square-foot lot)
Listed for: $840,000 for five bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms in
2,354 square feet (21,344-square-foot lot)
Features: Hardwood floors; picture windows; family room
with wet bar; living room with corner fireplace
Features: Second-story balcony; living room with stone
fireplace; kitchen with breakfast bar; two-car garage
Features: Dual-pane windows; open floor plan; parquet
floors; RV parking
About the area: In the 93023 ZIP Code, based on 11 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $750,000, down 5.7% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
About the area: In the 93035 ZIP Code, based on 42 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $738,000, up 11.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
About the area: In the 93003 ZIP Code, based on 41 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $645,000, up 7.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
OJAI
OXNARD
VENTURA
This oak-filled lot offers a one-story home with vaulted ceilings and a detached studio with polished concrete floors.
Built in 2007, this home boasts an open floor plan, a turf
backyard and close proximity to the marina.
Everything is oversized in this ?70s estate, including a master suite with a sitting area that once was a bedroom.
Address: 229 E. Villanova Road, Ojai, 93023
Address: 4015 Harbour Island Lane, Oxnard, 93035
Address: 204 Channel Heights Court, Ventura, 93003
Listed for: $849,000 for three bedrooms, two bathrooms in
1,931 square feet (1.11-acre lot)
Listed for: $850,000 for four bedrooms, three bathrooms in
2,820 square feet (4,100-square-foot lot)
Listed for: $854,900 for three bedrooms, 2.75 bathrooms in
2,163 square feet (10,067-square-foot lot)
Features: Wood-lined dining room; parquet floors; living
room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace; sun room
Features: Three fireplaces; center-island kitchen; loft with
built-in desk; master suite with lounge
Features: Clay tile roof; treehouse; three-car garage
About the area: In the 93023 ZIP Code, based on 11 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $750,000, down 5.7% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
About the area: In the 93035 ZIP Code, based on 42 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $738,000, up 11.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
About the area: In the 93003 ZIP Code, based on 41 sales,
the median sales price for single-family homes in August
was $645,000, up 7.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
? Jack Flemming
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A mansard roof sheathes this remodeled home backed by
a patio and landscaped yard.
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Found a few feet from the beach, this price-reduced home
features stone accents across two levels.
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OXNARD
Gardens of drought-tolerant landscaping touch up the
front and back of this 1950s mountain-view estate.
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LISTING LINGO
Sold on the
power of words
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By R. Daniel Foster
In real estate listings, certain
words (beautiful, captivating) and
features (pizza oven, farmhouse
sink) can swing a home?s sale price by
thousands of dollars, according to
research conducted by the real estate
firm Zillow.
Crafting verbiage for a listing is all
about making a home seem unique ??
just don?t use that word. It can slash
a home?s price by 30% to 50%, according to a Zillow analysis of 24,000 sales
published in ?Zillow Talk: The New
Rules of Real Estate Language.?
?Unique? and other ?price-threatening messages? convey the idea that
homes ?tend to need work, or some
kind of rehab,? according to the
book?s coauthors. On the other hand,
the words ?beautiful? and ?captivating? can boost sales by 2.3% and
6.5%, respectively.
Words and sales prices are ?not
necessarily a causational situation,?
said Matt Kreamer, Zillow?s manager
of data public relations. ?It?s a bit of a
chicken-and-egg question. But an
agent can take some of this information when considering the best
things to highlight.?
Indeed, crafting evocative language is perhaps a neglected skill in
an era when homes can be bought
sight unseen after a FaceTime or
Skype walk-through.
Does your home have a steam
shower or heated floors? If so, mention that near the top of a listing;
including either feature earned sellers a 29% higher sales price than
listings without them, according to
Zillow?s analysis of 3.6 million home
sales from 2016 to 2017.
The words ?professional appliances? also ranked high, and ?pizza
oven? served up some serious dough
?? 26% more.
Advances in text-mining software
have made word analysis of millions
of listings comparatively easy. To be
more specific in its study of 100 listing
terms from 2016-17 listings, Zillow
compared similar listings with certain variables such as the year homes
were built and sold, as well as property size and other factors.
In a separate study, different
features scored better or worse when
matched with price points. Listings
that included ?solar panel? sold for
up to 40% more than expected
among entry-level homes but only
13% more among higher-tier homes.
The RealEstate.com study (a Zillow
Group brand) analyzed 1.9 million
home sales from 2016 to 2017.
The words ?fire pit,? ?wainscot,?
?pergola? and ?mudroom? fetched
entry-level homes about a 25% premium. For top-tier homes, that advantage dropped to as low as 4%.
Words may also speed up sales:
Homes with ?exposed brick? in listings sold two weeks faster in 2016-17
than those that did not include the
descriptor. Other sale-speeding
citations ? ?subway tile,? ?open
shelving? and ?mid-century.?
Of course, such components
actually need to exist within those
homes. Fudging descriptions in
listings only annoys potential buyers.
While Zillow associated an 8% premium increase with the word ?luxurious,? some marketers believe the
adjective is passИ.
?It?s so overused by the real estate
industry,? said Mike Akerly, vice
president of the San Franciscobased real estate sales and marketing firm Polaris Pacific. ? ?Luxury? is
used to sell $700,000 homes in the
suburbs, to $2,000 rental apartments
off the 405 Freeway.?
Instead, some sellers employ
language that suggests luxury to
today?s home buyer without saying it.
For example, targeting a niche audience by touting an app that automates all home functions.
The marketers of condominiums
in Ten50, a downtown Los Angeles
residential tower, said they wanted to
mimic the ?style, swagger and wit? of
a luxe fashion magazine in their sales
brochure.
Fashion models ? one eating at a
food truck, another simply looking
cool striding around downtown ?
parade through the lustrous pages.
The copy mentions ?the first-ever
delivery-ready drone landing pad?
(?Place an order. Watch it land.?).
As many real estate listings would
describe it: luxury, redefined.
Steve Gaffney
COMBINE FEATURES such as this farmhouse sink with words such as ?captivating? and
you could have a winning formula for increasing a home?s sales price, marketers say.
Stephan Savoia Associated Press
LISTINGS THAT INCLUDED the words ?solar panel? sold for up to 40% more than ex-
hotproperty@latimes.com
pected among entry-level homes but only 13% more among higher-tier homes, a study found.
pizza oven, a feature that can earn sellers 26% more.
Michael Robinson Chavez Los Angeles Times
WANT A SOLID sales boost? Homes with ?exposed brick? in listings sold two weeks faster in 2016-
2017 than those that did not include the descriptor. But don?t bother with ?luxurious.?
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Wally Skalij Los Angeles Times
HOME BUYERS ARE often hungry for listings mentioning a
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Ricardo DeAratanha Los Angeles Times
WHEN TOUTING features, price points matter. The words ?fire pit? fetched entry-level homes a 25% premium. For top-tier homes, that advantage dropped to 4%.
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LISTING LINGO
THE MARKETPLACE
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BY
MICHAEL J. LIBOW
NEW X - BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
700 block N. Alpine Dr
$19,250,000 or lease at $85,000/mo. Rare
jewel of epic scale. 6 BD suites + GH. Exotic
materials. Total seclusion. Over 1/2 acre.
NEW PRICE! BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
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$10,900,000 Gated cstm 2002-blt French Manse.
Unobstructed ocean/cyn vus! Endless lawns.
6BD + office + fam rm. Outdr media rm/ba.
PENDING SALE
Beverly Hills
507 N. Palm Dr
$6,495,000 Spacious redone 1 sty Spanish
Villa. Grand master. Fam/media rm. Superb
kitch. Office. French drs, wd flrs. Lg grdns.
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HOT PROPERTY
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205 N. Tigertail Rd
Michael J. Libow
616 N. Arden Dr
$11,995,000 or lease @ $40,000/mo. Renovated
as new modern Spanish. 5BD 5.5BA. GH w/
media rm/ba. Sunlit. Wd flrs. Pl/spa/lawns.
JUST SOLD!
JUST SOLD!
Beverly Hills
519 N. Alta Dr
$7,750,000 Renovated romantic 5BD
Spanish. Sunlit. Period detail. Fam rm.
Fab kitch. Lawns, pl/spa, fountain, cabana
NEW X - OPEN SUN 2-5!
Beverly Hills
504 N. Foothill Rd
$5,950,000 Elegant gated redone 1sty Trad.
3BD + sep full 2BD GH! Open flow. Great
rm. Best kitch. Patios, fountains, lawns
Beverly Hills
507 N. Maple Dr
$7,495,000 Elegant & spacious 2sty 1992
custom estate. Sunlit. Wd flrs, hi clngs,
French drs. Office, library, gym, sport crt.
BEST VALUE! BY APPT ONLY
Holmby Hills
1040 Brooklawn Dr
$4,995,000 Pristine updated 2sty Cont Med.
4BD 4.5BA Gated. Sunlit. Wd flrs. Huge
kitch & master. Fam rm. Pl/spa/patios. Value!
?The hardest working man in real estate?
O (310) 285-7509
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CalRE # 00863172
Beverly Hills
$15,499,000 or lease at $38,000/mo. Fab gated
redone Cont Medit. 6,800 sq ft. 6BD 8.5BA
Fam rm. Office. Gym. Lawns, pl/spa, privacy
NEW PRICE! BY APPT ONLY
Brentwood
804 N. Bedford Dr
NEW PRICE! OPEN SUN 2-5!
Celebrating 33 years in our Westside market!
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MICHAEL J. LIBOW
519 N. Maple Dr
$19,000/mo Gated redone Spanish. Original
details. 3BD up 2BD down. Huge kitch/fam
rm combo. Big lawns/patio/pl/spa/privacy
JUST LEASED!
Beverly Hills 133 S. Spalding Dr Unit 201
$8,450/mo Full-flr 1 level unit in newer
Cont Med 4 unit secure-entry building.
3BD 3BA. Den. Priv elevator foyer. Wow!
NEW X - BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
619 N. Camden Dr
$17,500/mo. Voluminous & elegant 1 sty
Villa. Over 5,000 sq ft. 3BD + GH. Open
flow. Huge living & fam rms. Pl & gardens.
NEW X - BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
9309A Burton Wy
$7,500/mo Stunning fully redone Townhouse.
3BD 3BA. New kitch/bas. Lg patio. Mstr w/
2 walk-ins. 2car direct-access gated prkg.
915 N. Rexford Dr
$33,500/mo Grand 2sty Contemp Med estate.
Furnished. Long-term. 5BD. Library. Fam rm.
Hi clngs. Deep grass yrd. Pl/spa. Amazing!
NEW X - BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
120 N. Palm Dr
$13,800/mo Grand cstm 2001 built Contemp
Med. 5BD 5.5BA. Huge ?great? rm. Dramatic
2sty entry. Big yrd w/pl/spa. Quiet street.
NEW X - BY APPT ONLY
Beverly Hills
269 N. Rexford Dr
$7,250/mo Charming 1sty sunlit Spanish.
3BD 2BA. Hi clngs, wd flrs. Upgraded kitch
& bas. Deep yrd w/patio/lawn. Moments to all!
?The hardest working man in real estate?
Michael J. Libow
O (310) 285-7509
m mjlibow@gmail.com
w www.michaeljlibow.com
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Beverly Hills
$2,195,000 Fully redone 1sty sunlit Medit. New
kitch/bas/wd flrs. Great rm. Huge dining. Lg
flat sunny lot. Pl/spa/lawns/patios. Cyn vus!
NEW PRICE! BY APPT ONLY
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2524 Hutton Dr
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$3,999,000 or lease at $13,500/mo. Explosive
city/cyn/ocean vus! 1992 blt Med. 2 mstrs +
gst ste. ?great? rm. Sunlit. Hi clngs. Spa.
JUST SOLD!
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service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Broker does not guarantee the accuracy of square footage, lot size or other information concerning the condition or features of property provided by seller
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RON HOLLIMAN | 310.270.6682 | ron@ronholliman.com
HOT PROPERTY
Charming private country cottage traditional with pool. Approximately 4,151 s.f. Five bedrooms, Five baths on a 14,645 s.f. mostly flat lot north of Sunset.
Formal entry looks direct to resort backyard with large pool and mature landscaping. Hardwood floors throughout and spacious rooms with good scale on
a single level floor plan with one bedroom and bath upstairs in separate wing. Living room, Formal dining room, and separate Family room/ den. A bright
sunny kitchen with breakfast area, remodeled in past. Enormous master with generous closet space and large master bath. Views from backyard and upstairs
bedroom. South east views possible overlooking city. www.1052marilyndrive.com
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901 Stone Canyon Rd
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5bd/5ba
$2,695,000
2402 Nalin Dr
4bd/0+ba
$1,775,000
Joyce Rey
310.285.7529
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Timothy Di Prizito 310.266.2777
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CalRE# 01031230
310.777.6291
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310.623.2319
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Valerie Fitzgerald
1181 Laurel Way
7bd/8ba
$15,995,000
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535 Haynes Ave
4bd/4+ba
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5bd/5+ba
$11,995,000
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714 N Oakhurst Dr
6bd/6+ba
$10,995,000
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CalRE# 01433017
504 N Foothill Rd
3bd/3+ba
$5,950,000
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Michael J. Libow
310.285.7509
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5bd/7ba
$3,995,000
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310.285.7508
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4bd/3+ba
$3,758,000
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Roni Heller
310.281.4371
CalRE# 01183439
10337 Louisiana Ave
Michael J. Libow
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 018
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$5,795,000
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310.801.1475
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12318 19th Helena Dr
6bd/6+ba
$5,695,000
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Adam Katz
310.625.3443
CalRE# 01153483
1367 Beckwith Ave
4bd/6ba
$5,495,000
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Ron Wynn
310.963.9944
CalRE# 00420587
1367 Beckwith Ave
5bd/5+ba
$5,495,000
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310.963.9944
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5bd/6ba
$5,000,000
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310.702.0583
CalRE# 01484569
509 S Westgate
4bd/6ba
$4,495,000
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310.963.9944
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12629 Promontory Rd
4bd/4+ba
$3,348,000
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310.713.8234
CalRE# 00664167
12628 Promontory Rd
5bd/5ba
$2,995,000
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310.713.8234
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310.713.8234
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2bd/2ba
$829,000
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Leslie Weber
310.463.0995
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$1,385,000
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310.754.8148
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4bd/4+ba
$2,290,000
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323.793.7405
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310.963.9944
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310.428.2248
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1943 Carmen Ave
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1990 Glencoe Way
9505 Hidden Valley Rd
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310.777.6342
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1517 Schuyler Rd
4bd/3ba
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323.860.4260
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5637 Green Oak Dr
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5bd/6ba
$3,950,000
Sun 2-5
310.285.7508
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3bd/4ba
$8,995,000
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CalRE# 00597226
20900 Pacific Coast Hwy 4bd/5ba
$8,250,000
Sun 2-5
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310.748.8126
CalRE# 00694972
6022 Merritt Dr
3bd/3ba
$2,595,000
Sun 2-5
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310.317.8373
CalRE# 01204107
3806 Los Flores Cyn Rd
4 bd/4ba
$2,495,000
Sun 2-5
Gail Copley
310.210.9336
CalRE# 00943961
4bd/5+ba
$2,395,000
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Ron Wynn
310.963.9944
CalRE# 00420587
$825,000
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310.463.0995
CalRE# 01366634
Malibu
24818 Malibu Rd
Mar Vista
3513 Ashwood Ave
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4060 Glencoe Ave #417
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10337 Louisiana Ave
4bd/4+ba
926 S Lucerne Blvd 3bd/2ba
5bd/5+ba
$1,065,000
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829 S Hudson Ave
Beverly Grove
2bd/2ba
5bd/4ba
$2,995,000
Sun 2-5
Ron Wynn
310.963.9944
CalRE# 00420587
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2bd/2ba
Pacific Palisades
1655 Amalfi Dr
4bd/5+ba
$6,250,000
Sun 2-5
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310.359.5695
CalRE# 01183331
3710 Boise Ave
4bd/2ba
$1,595,000
Sun 2-5
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310.963.9944
CalRE# 00420587
17017 Livorno Dr
5bd/6ba
$4,995,000
Sun 2-5
Nancy Elliott
310.924.1470
CalRE# 01352882
4281 Mildred Ave
3bd/2ba
$999,000
Sun 2-5
Ron Wynn
310.963.9944
CalRE# 00420587
1238 Villa Woods Dr
4bd/4ba
$4,495,000
Sun 2-5
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310.571.1358
CalRE# 00470539
Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor agents and are not employees of the Company. The property information herein is derived from various sources that may include, but not be limited to, county records and the Multiple Listing Service, and it may include
approximations. Although the information is believed to be accurate, it is not warranted and you should not rely upon it without personal verification. ╘2018 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal
Opportunity Act. Operated by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC.
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571 Radcliffe Ave
5bd/3+ba
$3,750,000
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341 Surfview Dr
5bd/4ba
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8315 Regis Way
4bd/3ba
$1,595,000
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310.780.0864
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310.442.1671
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310.880.3665
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7916 W 83rd Street
4bd/4ba
$1,999,999
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310.780.0864
CalRE# 00416026
310.922.1689
CalRE# 01190227
Rolling Hills Estates
10 Coraltree Lane
3bd/2+ba
Westwood
2223 S Bentley Ave #102
$1,350,000
Sat/Sun 1-4
James Bellows
3bd/2ba
$775,000
Sun 2-5
Rada Roberts
San Fernando Valley & Conejo Valley
San Pedro
2275 W 25th St #9
2bd/0+ba
$669,000
Sun 1-3
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424.337.2778
CalRE# 02013210
2275 W 25th St #170
2bd/1+ba
$508,000
Sun 1-3
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424.337.2778
CalRE# 02013210
2275 W. 25th St #8
2bd/2ba
$375,000
Sun 1-3
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424.337.2778
CalRE# 02013210
Encino
18038 Karen Dr
5bd/6ba
$2,495,000
Sun 2-5
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310.285.7515
CalRE# 00974075
4400 Alonzo Ave
5bd/2+ba
$2,429,000
Sun 2-5
Jessica Cardona
424.245.5157
CalRE# 01830369
3759 Royal Woods Dr
4bd/4+ba
$2,395,000
Sun 2-5
Nikki Joel
310.428.2248
CalRE# 01784589
4121 Colbath Avenue
4bd/3+ba
$1,595,000
Sun 2-5
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818.426.8677
CalRE# 01020477
Santa Monica
310.899.3514
CalRE# 00803205
701 Ocean Ave PHG
2bd/2+ba
$3,998,000
Tue 11-2
Julie Lovett
310.899.3514
CalRE# 00803205
1043 11th St 5
3bd/1+ba
$1,799,000
Sun 2-5
Randy Troup
310.451.4949
CalRE# 01259115
1018 4th St
2bd/2+ba
$1,388,000
Sun 2-5
Kate Bransfield
310.395.1133
CalRE# 01218699
Studio City
701 Ocean Ave #111
2bd/2+ba $10,000/Mo. Lease Tue 11-2
Julie Lovett
310.899.3514
CalRE# 00803205
3598 Alta Mesa Dr
3bd/3ba
$4,950,000
Sun 2-5
Timothy Di Prizito 310.266.2777
CalRE# 01433017
4312 Bellingham Ave
4bd/3+ba
$2,095,000
Sun 2-5
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818.426.8677
CalRE# 01020477
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3bd/3ba
$1,295,000
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CalRE# 00292631
4240 Laurel Cyn 104
3bd/2+ba
$949,000
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6bd/6+ba
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2209 Polyscope Pl
2bd/3ba
$849,000
Sun 2-5
Olivia Jane Noh
213.999.3068
CalRE# 01257585
Sunset Strip
1260 N Wetherly Dr
3bd/4+ba
$3,995,000
Sun 2-5
Jade Mills
310.285.7508
CalRE# 00526877
Tarzana
1636 Queens Rd
4bd/4ba
$3,495,000
Sun 2-5
Aram Afshar
310.702.0583
CalRE# 01484569
18255 Karen Drive
6bd/7ba
$2,195,000
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Topanga
21641 Saddle Peak Rd
Rich Munday
213.268.8083
CalRE# 01349061
$2,799,000
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CalRE# 01923783
4bd/4ba
$1,195,000
Sun 2-5
Todd K Bernstein
310.751.4229
CalRE# 01816580
3bd/1ba
$899,000
Sun 2-5
Florence Silver
818.929.0265
CalRE# 01070656
Valley Village
CalRE# 00597226
5750 Vantage Avenue
Venice
1712 Washington Way
0bd/0ba
$2,295,000
Sun 2-5
Adam Katz
310.625.3443
CalRE# 01153483
Van Nuys
6735 Sylmar Avenue
West Holly wood
936 N Harper Ave
0bd/0ba
$1,650,000
Sun 2-5
Christophe Choo
310.777.6342
CalRE# 01027350
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912 N San Vicente 2
3bd/2+ba
$1,369,000
Sun 2-5
Timothy Di Prizito
310.266.2777
CalRE# 01433017
5981 Ellenview Avenue
4bd/1+ba
$1,075,000
Sun 1-4
Donna Schrank
818.219.2290
CalRE# 01215249
817 N Alfred St 202
2bd/3ba
$1,189,000
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CalRE# 01291579
23247 Canzonet Street
3bd/2ba
$799,950
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818.728.3944
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701 Ocean Ave #PH-G
MY FAVORITE ROOM
He?s
drawn
to the
flame
A fireplace that?s also
a showcase makes the
living easy in Beverly Hills.
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By Arielle Paul
Although Chad Rogers? living
room is his favorite space in his
Beverly Hills condo, renovating it
was no walk in the park.
The real estate mogul and
Million Dollar Listing alum had
planned as the centerpiece of the
room a fireplace wrapped entirely
in slabs of luminous vanilla onyx ?
until one of them broke.
?I thought I was going to have
to wait six or seven months to get a
slab from the same quarry in Italy.
I was stressed out of my mind,?
said Rogers, 41. ?I almost went on
antidepressants because of this
fireplace.?
Fortunately, he was able to find
a new slab locally within a week,
and the final design exceeded his
expectations.
The space features a carefully
curated selection of objects, including a silver-and-blue midcentury clock from his father and a
Hermes blanket from his mother,
both housewarming gifts.
?My parents and I are really
close, and it means a lot to me that
they wanted to put their energy in
my house,? Rogers said.
Why is this your favorite room?
Because I spend all of my time
in here. When I wake up, I go right
to the fireplace ? I don?t even
care if it?s 100 degrees outside. I
turn the fireplace on, my AC is at
65 degrees, I get my iced Americano, check my emails and everything I need to do to regenerate
myself for the day. Then I?m ready
to go.
Photographs by
Jesse Goddard For The Times
SUCCULENTS add to the minimal vibe in Chad Rogers? condo. For lights, he chose LEDs that are ?not too white and not too golden.?
What are some of your favorite
collectibles in here?
The crystals are so dear to me.
Some of them I?ve had for 20 years.
I?m about energy, and each one
has a different personality. They
speak their own language. I feel
that the crystal finds you, you
don?t find the crystal.
Tell me about this amazing window screen.
I really wanted to have the
bi-folding pocket doors so that
when they?re open, I can bring the
outside in. I just didn?t want to
bring the bugs in. So I found this
great motorized screen by Phantom Screens, which was so easy to
install and you don?t even know
that it?s down because it?s sheer.
The lighting in here is really
lovely.
Lighting is a really big deal. A
lot of times when people get LED
lights put into their homes they
tend to be so bright and feel like a
surgery room. No one?s operating
in my home. I went with custommade LED lights that are not too
white and not too golden ? they?re
right in the middle.
Did you work with a designer?
I worked with the incredible
designers Jensen Daggett and
Brandi Middagh. Once I bought
the home in 2010, we were off to the
races. It didn?t look anything like
the way it looks right now. It was
very Mediterranean, which is what
my building is, but it felt very
heavy. I?m all about the minimal
vibe, but it also has a lot of texture
which gives it personality.
You have some lovely succulents
in here.
I love succulents. I don?t know
how to take care of them for the life
of me, so I have somebody that
comes to my home once a week
and she makes love to them, in a
way. She talks to them, she takes a
sponge and drips water on them
and keeps them happy.
Favorite memory in here?
I sold the highest-price house
of my whole 20-year real estate
career. It closed escrow right
where I?m sitting. If this fireplace
could talk, I?m sure it definitely
would not shut its mouth because
it saw me jumping around like I
won the jackpot in Vegas. And no
one was here to witness that excitement but this fireplace.
SLABS OF VANILLA ONYX encase the fireplace that Rogers
says he uses every day, no matter the temperature outside.
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Gary Glass | 310.820.9343
Lic # 00933169
$3,295,000 | 3585 Mandeville Canyon Rd, Brentwood | 4BD/4╫BA
Drew & Susan Gitlin | 310.415.1968
Lic # 00944472 / 00929814
$2,398,000 | 3237 Canyon Lake Dr, Hollywood | 4BD/4BA
Donna D'Aurio / Amy Pace | 626.529.6780 / 626.379.9039
Lic # 02012908 / 01939929
$345,000 | Gould Ave, Hollywood Hills | Land
Susan K. Sanford | 323.646.2422
Lic # 01965277
$2,595,000 Sat/Sun 2-5 Linda Thiele, Lic# 01040088
310.230.3729
336 N Las Casas Ave, PACIFIC PALISADES $2,395,000 Sun 2-5
Betty-Jo Tilley, Lic# 01001357
310.429.9833
626 Bienveneda Ave, PACIFIC PALISADES $2,390,000 Sun 2-5
Ellen McCormick, Lic# 00872518
310.230.3707
3193 Benedict Canyon Dr, BHPO
$2,350,000 Sun 2-5
Irene Tsu, Lic# 00975925
310.993.6141
155 Greenfield Ave, WESTWOOD
$2,250,000 Sun 2-5
Larry Young, Lic# 00999537
310.777.2879
10716 Lugo Wy, CULVER CITY
$2,199,000 Sun 2-5
Joyce Gottlieb, Lic# 00772731
310.283.8931
533 Levering Ave, WESTWOOD HILLS
$2,099,000 Sun 2-5
Larry Young, Lic# 00999537
310.777.2879
1954 Windover Rd, PASADENA
$1,999,000 Sat/Sun 1-5 Noubar Shekerdemian, Lic# 01296311
626.676.3692
3380 Deronda Dr, HOLLYWOOD HILLS
$1,795,000 Sun 2-5
St. James + Canter, Lic# 00949711 / 01810156
310.704.4248
2262 Beverly Glen Pl, BEL AIR
$1,785,000 Sun 1-4
Rubin / Hoffman, Lic# 01960269 / 01755796
213.760.1110
8788 Shoreham Dr #23, SUNSET STRIP
$1,695,000 Sun 2-5
St. James + Canter, Lic# 00949711 / 01810156
310.704.4248
7959 Chase Ave, WESTCHESTER
$1,599,000 Sun 2-5
Emil Alexander Schneeman, Lic# 01200793
310.230.3731
950 N Orange Grove Ave #4, WEST HLYWD $1,299,000 Sun 2-5
Corey Weiss, Lic# 01792023
310.420.8101
2940 Neilson Wy #103, SANTA MONICA
$1,185,000 Sun 2-5
Pierre Stooss, Lic# 01441785
310.699.1143
1730 Casa Grande St, PASADENA
$1,150,000 Sun 1-4
Carmine Sabatella, Lic# 01945152
626.394.9212
5714 Vantage Ave, VALLEY VILLAGE
$1,125,000 Sun 1-4
Suzanne Alon, Lic# 01988974
818.915.6015
441 S Barrington Ave #107, BRENTWOOD $1,095,000 Sun 2-5
Swan / Brown, Lic# 01339714 / 01996591
310.991.3559
3980 Weslin Ave, SHERMAN OAKS
Psaltiras / SolСrzano, Lic# 01717768 / 01276829
323.309.9680
$1,089,000 Sun 2-5
4748 La Villa Marina #C, MARINA DEL REY
$998,000 Sun 2-5
397 S El Molino Ave, PASADENA
$995,000 Sat/Sun 2-5 Kathleen Bywater, Lic# 01991093
818.469.8498
1984 Clarkia St, SIMI VALLEY
$985,000 Sat/Sun 1-4 Luisa Rengifo, Lic# 02027054
310.668.7832
310.230.3796
Paul Lupi, Lic# 01992906
310.801.7579
3971 Moore St #102, MAR VISTA
$960,000 Sun 2-5
Wendy Hernandez, Lic# 01924762
3006 Pyrenees Dr, ALHAMBRA
$950,000 Sat 11-5
Thornton / Orme, Lic# 01022261 / 00685650
626.893.3303
1200 S Orange Grove Bl #10, PASADENA
$855,000 Sat 2-4
Loren Anderson, Lic# 02006080
626.325.8186
323.240.9219
2216 Calle Escarlata, SAN DIMAS
$839,000 Sun 1-4
Rebecca Alvarado, Lic# 00912906
512 Westmont Dr, ALHAMBRA
$798,000 Sun 1-3
Carmine Sabatella, Lic# 01945152
626.394.9212
2474 Olive Ave, ALTADENA
$749,000 Sun 2-4
Richard Perez, Lic# 00912182
626.755.7215
11849 Mayfield Ave #105, BRENTWOOD
$748,000 Sun 2-5
Dennis Adelpour, Lic# 01773733
310.573.8670
395 Mariposa Ave #F, SIERRA MADRE
$696,000 Sun 2-4
Sue Orme, Lic# 00685650
626.826.8511
4225 Maycrest Ave, EL SERENO
$688,000 Sun 12-2
Vilma Bakly, Lic# 01216930
1213 Cordova St #3, PASADENA
$675,000 Sat/Sun 2-4 LaBorde / Beck, Lic# 01849012 / 01703996
626.831.8128
11812 Lower Azusa Rd, EL MONTE
$499,000 Sun 1-4
626.278.0083
Hui / Sohl, Lic# 01945577 / 01256496
626.862.1718
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$7,899,000 | 318 Georgina Ave, Santa Monica | 5BD/4BA
David Putnam | 310.820.9395
Lic # 01036004
$8,395,000 Sun 2-5
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$8,250,000 | 13222 Riviera Ranch Rd, Brentwood | 4BD/5BA
David O?er | 310.820.9341
Lic # 01150357
OPEN SUN 2?5
13565 D'Este Dr, PACIFIC PALISADES
OPEN SUN 2?5
$8,249,000 | 1058 Maroney Lane, Paci?c Palisades | 6BD/9BA
Emil Alexander Schneeman | 310.230.3731 | Lic # 01200793
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$7,995,000 | 521 Amal? Drive, Paci?c Palisades | 6BD/7BA
Gary Glass | 310.820.9343 | Lic # 00933169
$7,995,000 | 1750 Westridge Rd, Brentwood | 5BD/5╫BA
Penny Negrin | 310.230.3799
Lic # 00862405
OPEN SAT/SUN 2?5
$6,395,000 | 821 Alma Real Dr, Paci?c Palisades | 5BD/5╫BA
Ellen McCormick | 310.230.3707
Lic # 00872518
$2,595,000 | 744 Almar Ave, Paci?c Palisades | 3BD/1╬BA
LindaThiele | 310.230.3729
Lic # 01040088
$2,350,000 | 3193 Benedict Canyon Dr, BHPO | 3BD/4BA
Irene Tsu | 310.993.6141
Lic # 00975925
OPEN SUN 2?5
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$3,995,000 | 985 Linda Flora Drive, Bel Air | 5BD/5BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879 | Lic # 00999537
OPEN SUN 2?5
$1,795,000 | 3380 Deronda Dr, Hollywood Hills | 3BD/2BA
$1,695,000 | 8788 Shoreham Dr #23, Sunset Strip | 2BD/2╫BA
$1,465,000 | 896 N Beverly Glen Bl, Bel Air | 2BD/2╫BA
$1,299,000 | 950 N Orange Grove Ave #4, West Hollywood | 3BD/3BA
St. James + Canter | 310.704.4248
St. James + Canter | 310.704.4248
Dennis Adelpour | 310.573.8670
CoreyWeiss | 310.420.8101
Lic # 00949711 / 01810156
Lic # 00949711 / 01810156
Lic # 01773733
Lic # 01792023
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$18,700,000 | 12834 Highwood St, Brentwood | 6BD/6╫BA
David O?er | 310.820.9341
Lic # 01150357
$8,895,000 | 441 N Bristol Ave, Brentwood | 5BD/7BA
Sue Kohl | 310.230.3722
Lic # 00560679
OPEN SUN 2?5
OPEN SUN 2?5
$1,995,000 | 533 Levering Ave,Westwood Hills | 3BD/2╫BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
OPEN SUN 2?5
OPEN SUN 2?5
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$1,995,000 | 630 EstrellitaWy, Bel Air | 3BD/2╫BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
$3,295,000 | 2433 Venus Dr, Hollywood Hills | 4BD/3╫BA
Lauren Ravitz | 310.820.9301
Lic # 01352397
LOS ANGELES TIMES
OPEN SUN 2?5
$2,250,000 | 155 Green?eld Ave,Westwood | 3BD/3BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
$2,925,000 | 9772 Blantyre Dr, Beverly Hills | 5BD/5BA
Paul Lupi | 310.801.7579
Lic # 01992906
$2,199,000 | 10716 LugoWy, Culver City | 4BD/3BA
Joyce Gottlieb (Co-listed) | 310.283.8931
Lic # 00772731
OPEN SUN 2?5
$1,185,000 | 2940 Neilson Wy #103, Santa Monica | 2BD/2BA
$1,150,000 | 13232 W Magnolia Bl, Sherman Oaks | 3BD/2BA
$3,995,000 | 1035Westholme Avenue, Little Holmby | 5BD/4╫BA
Pierre Stooss | 310.699.1143
Kristine Halverson | 310.737.8173
St. James + Canter | 310.291.1029 | Lic # 00949711 / 01810156
Lic # 01441785
Lic # 01736854
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$3,995,000 | 2501 N Catalina St, Los Feliz | 4BD/4╫BA
Gary Bergevin / Susan Helton | 323.422.7876 / 949.606.2330
Lic # 00970052 / 01854787
$3,195,000 | 211 Bronwood Ave,Westwood Hills | 4BD/5BA
LarryYoung /Yvette Busot | 310.777.2879 / 310.897.8369
Lic # 00999537 / 01816766
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$12,700,000 | 12846 Highwood St, Brentwood | Land
David O?er | 310.820.9341
Lic # 01150357
$14,750,000 | 241 N Rockingham Ave, Brentwood | 7BD/7BA
Jody Fine / Monica Antola | 310.230.3770 / 310.230.3755
Lic # 00916736 / 00918585
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$5,850,000 | 335 24th St, Santa Monica | 5BD/4╫BA
Karen Parcell | 310.230.3766
Lic # 01723411
$3,150,000 | 13650 Marina Pointe Dr #701, Marina Del Rey | 3BD/3BA
Hannah DelPonte / Melissa Miller | 310.902.1090
Lic # 01479408 / 02045525
$2,969,000 | 139 S Glenroy Ave,Westwood Hills | 5BD/6BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
$2,395,000 | 336 N Las Casas Ave, Paci?c Palisades | 3BD/3BA
Betty-Jo Tilley | 310.429.9833
Lic # 01001357
$1,799,000 | 1632 SanYsidro Dr, Beverly Hills | 3BD/3BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
$1,249,000 | 6250 Hollywood Bl #6E, Hollywood | 2BD/3BA
St. James + Canter | 310.704.4248
Lic # 01810156
$1,095,000 | 441 S Barrington Ave #107, Brentwood | 2BD/2╫BA
Tim Swan / Pamela Brown | 310.991.3559
Lic # 01339714 / 01996591
$998,000 | 4748 La Villa Marina #C, Marina del Rey | 3BD/3BA
Paul Lupi | 310.801.7579
Lic # 01992906
$888,000 | 3699 Roseview Ave, Mount Washington | 3BD/1╬BA
Mancinelli/Moore | 323.578.3093
Lic # 01259427 / 01057987
$748,000 | 11849 May?eld Ave #105, Brentwood | 2BD/2╫BA
Dennis Adelpour | 310.573.8670
Lic # 01773733
$599,000 | 5900 Canterbury Dr #A104, Culver City | 2BD/2BA
Dan & Charlee Nessel | 310.365.0195 / 310.755.8180
Lic # 01349526 / 01309674
$590,000 | 11401 Stranwood Ave, Granada Hills | 3BD/2BA
Keith Endow | 310.722.2562
Lic # 00481697
OPEN SUN 2?5
$5,250,000 | 1779 Chastain Pkwy E, Paci?c Palisades | 5BD/5╫BA
Eric Knight | 310.230.3743
Lic # 00977963
$3,175,000 | 12311 Deerbrook Ln, Brentwood | 2BD/3BA
LarryYoung | 310.777.2879
Lic # 00999537
OPEN SUN 2?5
OPEN SUN 2?5
$2,195,000 | 13203 Dewey St, Mar Vista | 3BD/2BA
Janet Shrager | 310.780.0804
Lic # 01750914
OPEN SUN 2?5
J52
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$16,000,000 | Nance Canyon Ranch, Chico | 5,393 acres
Susan K. Sanford (Co-listed) | 323.646.2422
Lic # 01965277
OPEN SUN 2?5
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7 BEDROOMS | 13,048 SQ. FT. | 20,220 SQ. FT. LOT
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4 BEDROOMS | 5,660 SQ. FT. | 7,089 SQ. FT. LOT
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5 BEDROOMS | 5,890 SQ. FT. | 10,890 SQ. FT. LOT
LOS FELIZ | $4,749,000
5 BEDROOMS | 4,850 SQ. FT. | 9,147 SQ. FT. LOT
WEST HOLLYWOOD | $4,495,000
5 BEDROOMS | 4,521 SQ. FT. | 6,551 SQ. FT. LOT
ALEJANDRO ALDRETE I LIC. # 01783526
FARRAH ALDJUFRIE I LIC. # 01933070
HEATHER BELL I LIC. # 01897826
JOSH MYLER I LIC. # 01443547
ERIC LAVEY I LIC. # 01511292
424.230.3705
424.249.7025
424.230.3733
310.908.6800
An international associate of Savills
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802 N. LAUREL AVENUE
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9314 OAKMORE ROAD
2129 MOUNT OLYMPUS DRIVE
BEVERLY GROVE | $4,200,000
4 BEDROOMS | 3,538 SQ. FT. | 6,199 SQ. FT. LOT
WEST HOLLYWOOD | $3,995,000
4 BEDROOMS | 4,302 SQ. FT. | 6,527 SQ. FT. LOT
BEVERLYWOOD | $3,995,000
6 BEDROOMS | 4,733 SQ. FT. | 7,511 SQ. FT. LOT
SUNSET STRIP | $3,575,000
4 BEDROOMS | 3,086 SQ. FT. | 1 ACRE LOT
DAVID PARNES I LIC. # 01905862
JAMES HARRIS I LIC. # 01909801
SANTIAGO ARANA I LIC. # 01492489
GRIFFIN RIDDLE I LIC. # 01949069
MEIR KROLL I LIC. # 01864039
MAURICIO UMANSKY I LIC. # 01222825
DAVID PARNES I LIC. # 01905862
JAMES HARRIS I LIC. # 01909801
310.926.9808
424.400.5916
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310.341.4393
OH
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2343 SELBY AVENUE
1583 LINDACREST DRIVE
424.400.5916
SUN 2PM - 5PM
4000 WOKING WAY
21641 SADDLE PEAK ROAD
WESTWOOD | $3,150,000
4 BEDROOMS | 3,683 SQ. FT. | 6,764 SQ. FT. LOT
BEVERLY HILLS | $2,725,000
4 BEDROOMS | 3,034 SQ. FT. | 9,408 SQ. FT. LOT
LOS FELIZ | $2,695,000
4 BEDROOMS | 3,270 SQ. FT. | 8,357 SQ. FT. LOT
TOPANGA | $2,195,000
6 BEDROOMS | 4,423 SQ. FT. | 6 ACRE LOT
DANNY BROWN I LIC. # 01335192
MATT KLEIN I LIC. # 01905626
FARRAH ALDJUFRIE I LIC. # 01933070
BEN BELACK I LIC. # 01900787
EDUARDO UMANSKY I LIC. # 01354521
SANDRO DAZZAN I LIC. # 01418033
424.230.3712
424.488.1015
OH
OH
SUN 2PM - 5PM
930 20TH STREET #1
NL
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824 VENICE BLVD.
OH
SAT & SUN 12PM - 4PM
SANTA MONICA | $1,999,000
3 BEDROOMS | 1,899 SQ. FT.
VENICE | $1,899,000
3 BEDROOMS | 1,974 SQ. FT. | 3,309 SQ. FT. LOT
WHITLEY HEIGHTS | $1,895,000
4 BEDROOMS | 2,540 SQ. FT. | 7,497 SQ. FT. LOT
6676 EMMET TERRACE
1030 N. KINGS ROAD
MELANIE GOLDBERGER I LIC. # 01988672
DANI BEHR I LIC. # 01948711
MITCHELL MASCOLO I LIC. # 01975484
BEN BELACK I LIC. # 01900787
JAMES FOREMAN I LIC. # 01305151
DON HELLER I LIC. # 01198240
310.560.5895
NL
OH
SUN 2PM - 5PM
424.249.7040
424.233.0922
OH
424.230.3706
NL
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3043 LINDA LANE
424.400.5920
424.233.0922
OH
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STARTING AT 1,110,000
25 RESIDENCES
$
$
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838 10TH STREET #3
3786 WADE STREET
15475 MILLDALE DRIVE
SUNSET PARK | $1,690,000
3 BEDROOMS | 1,742 SQ. FT. | 5,104 SQ. FT. LOT
SANTA MONICA | $1,595,000
2 BEDROOMS | 1,342 SQ. FT.
MAR VISTA | $1,389,000
3 BEDROOMS | 1,170 SQ. FT. | 5,038 SQ. FT. LOT
BEL AIR | $30,000/MO
6 BEDROOMS | 6,229 SQ. FT. | 19,911 SQ. FT. LOT
SAM PLOUCHART I LIC. # 01921196
CHRIS HICKS I LIC. # 01315836
ASHLEY HICKS I LIC. # 01351594
LAURENT BIJAOUI I LIC. # 01947961
KRYSTLE BIJAOUI I LIC. # 02037854
FARRAH ALDJUFRIE I LIC. # 01933070
EDUARDO UMANSKY I LIC. # 01354521
424.230.7803
310.388.9082
424.231.2411
424.230.3712
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ESTANCIA #202 | SANTA BARBARA | $1,185,000
2 BEDS | 2 BATHS | 1,459 SQ . F T.
A A RON COR T E Z 805.24 4.9600 | LIC. # 01301759
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JE FF KOHL 424.230.3707 | LIC. # 01095791
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13961AUBREYRD,BEVERLYHILLS
$18,000,000
Gated Premier Mulholland Estate, 6+8.5, with Private Pool.
Joseph B. & Judy C.
310.623.8800
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
www.12855ParkynsEstate.com
1506SORRENTODR.,PACIFICPALSADES
$15,999,000 1041NHILLCRESTRD,BEVERLYHILLS
$14,750,000
$15,888,000 12855 PARKYNS STREET, BRENTWOOD
Brandnew5+5.5TrousdaleEstatew/spectacularcityandoceanviews. Gorgeous 2/3 acre flat, 10,200+sqft Estate in Brentwood.
Lolita Bagramyan
310.748.7717 Joe B. & Michael R.
310.600.1553
310.623.8800 Roger Perry
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
16405MULHOLLANDDR,LOSANGELES
$13,900,000 1479 BLUE JAY WAY, LOS ANGELES
$12,500,000
Stunning gated Richard Landry compound, breathtaking views. 270 Degree views of Westside, ocean, LA. 5+8, Private Pool.
Joseph B. & Lloyd R.
310.623.8800 J. Babajian & K. Olson
310.623.8800
BY APPOINTMENT
$11,995,000
1247ROBERTOLN,BELAIR
$12,295,000 9390MONTELEON LN,BEVERLYHILLS
Mediterranean-Style Villa in posh Bel Air w/ panoramic views. EuropeanestateinprimeBeverlyHills,NofSunsetsetinaflatcul-de-sac.
310.623.8800
Joe Babajian
310.623.8800 Joe Babajian
BY APPOINTMENT
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$9,900,000
6950DUMEDR,MALIBU
$10,680,000 603 N SIERRA DR, BEVERLY HILLS
$10,000,000 1646 BLUE JAY WAY, LOS ANGELES
Newlyrenovated6+7?Nantucket?estatewithsaltpool,spa,&gym. Incredible 5+5 designer with an enchanting courtyard. Exclusive Bird Streets; Chic contemp 180╟ view, 6Bd+5.5Ba, home.
310.623.8800
Leslie Kavanaugh
310.432.7232 Jordana Leigh
424.239.8725 J. Babajian & T. Woods
722 N CAMDEN DRIVE, BEVERLY HILLS
$9,500,000
Prime Flats of Beverly Hills?Plans/Permits for 11,000+sf Estate.
Roger Perry
310.600.1553
www.12094SummitCircle.com
12094 SUMMIT CR., BEVERLY HILLS
$8,950,000
Formercelebrityhome,6+6.5MediterraneanVilla.HeatedPool.
George Kahwaji
310.994.5060
www.FloralCompound.com
8027 & 8031 FLORAL AVE, LOS ANGELES
$7,995,000
Hollywood Hills Compound: 2 homes, fully gated. 9+11.5
Alla,Peter,Tregg #01882043/#01129738/#01349144 323.351.7087
$6,497,000 11947 IREDELL ST, STUDIO CITY
$6,495,000
1492BLUEJAYWAY,LOSANGELES
$6,500,000 2484 ROSCOMARE RD, BEL AIR
Iredell 7+9 Estate is the Crown Jewlel of Fryman Canyon Estates.
UniquedvlpmtoppintheexclusiveBirdStreetsof theHollywoodHills. 424.239.8725
Brandon Assanti
310.948.5559
Joe Babajian
310.623.8800 Jordana L. & Kohava O.
9892BEVERLYGROVEDR,BEVERLYHILLS
$6,290,000
Mid-century modern architectural masterpiece. 4+3.5
MerrieK. &BinyaminB.
310.736.5599
14003 AUBREY RD, BEVERLY HILLS
$8,999,999 10724 WILSHIRE #PH1602, LOS ANGELES $8,995,000
Beautiful Mulholland Estates 7+7 Med Style in with 2 pools. Park Wilshire corner Penthouse, 4+4.5, community pool.
310.777.6372
Ben Salem
310.773.6141 Joe Babajian
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
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OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 2-5
2409 VENUS DR, LOS ANGELES
$5,888,000
2017, 5+6 Mt. Olympus home w/ game rm, media rm & pool.
Robert Erickson
310.899.7895
1687 STONE CANYON RD, HOLMBY HILLS $5,795,000
Renovated mid century 5+4.5 masterpiece with sparkling pool.
Jordana Leigh
424.239.8725
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$5,400,000
1675 CARLA, BEVERLY HILLS
$5,726,000 442ALMAREAL,PACIFICPALSADES
Prime Trousdale Estates in Beverly Hills. 3+4.5 Hollywood Regency. Locatedina10,000+SFCornerlotwithpoolandpoolhouse.
310.980.3422
Roger Perry & Odelia Asher
310.724.7100 Samira Guirguis
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
10843 PORTOFINO PLACE, BEL AIR
$4,850,000
Completely renovated, 5+4.5. Grand Cap Cod home.
Helena Yu
310.650.9675
9653OAKPASSRD,BHPO
$4,595,000
Stunning 2-story 5+5.5 Contemporary w/ deluxe screening room.
Joe Babajian
310.623.8800
204 S. REXFORD DR., BEVERLY HILLS
$4,499,000
Matthew Schroeder
818.355.0928
www.TripleRanch.com
$4,395,000
1188COLDWATERCYNDR,BEVERLYHILLS $4,495,000 3274 COLDWATER, STUDIO CITY
Southern Colonial style 6+5 home over 1/2 an acre with a pool. Gated estate, long drive to city views, pool & stunning renovation.
310.367.6780
Bruce Walker
310.968.3480 John Galich
833 N SIERRA BONITA AVE., LOS ANGELES $4,295,000
Newly constructed modern farmhouse. 5+5.5, includes pool.
Adi Livyatan
818.285.3220
22833RDST,MANHATTANBEACH
$4,399,000
Stunning Manhattan Beach View 3+3, Twin Corner Balconies.
Ada L. & Fran C.
818.517.1411
6667MARYLANDDR.,LOSANGELES
$4,295,000 20054 PACIFIC COAST HWY, MALIBU
$4,275,000
NewlyconstructedSpanishModerninheartof BeverlyGrove,4+5. Big Rock Beach house feat 5+6.5 with dramatic ocean views.
Adi Livyatan
818.259.3220 David Friedman
818.915.3982
2815 Nichols Canyon Rd, Los Angeles
www.2815NicholsCanyon.com
$4,249,000
Massive1.1+acre1930sgatedestatew/poolinprimeupperNichols.
John Galich
310.461.0468
FOR SALE OR LEASE $12,900/MO
2620HUTTONDR,BEVERLYHILLS
$5,295,000 2750BENEDICTCANYONDR.,BEVERLYHILLS $4,900,000
CaliforniaMediterranean6+6.5w/swimmerspool&lrgguesths. Gated and private, gorgeous tennis court compound. 4+3.
Joe Babajian
310.623.8800 Joe Babajian
310.623.8800
www.2739Cardwell.com
2739 CARDWELL PL, LOS ANGELES
$3,849,000
European Mini Villa by award winning architect. 4+4
Verna C. & Kyle E.
323.867.0563
804 CALIFORNIA AVE, VENICE
$3,695,000 133 CHANNEL POINTE MALL, MDR
$3,695,000
BrandNew5+6w/hugerooftopdeckw/panoramicoceanviews. Contemporary Mediterranean, 4+7, elevator, pool, ocean view.
Jimmy Heckenberg
310.650.1116 Barbra Stover
310.902.7122
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12025 SALTAIR PL., LOS ANGELES
$3,950,000
Perfect home for a family, perfect for entertaining.
Farzaneh Azizian
310.724.7100
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645 S. RIMPAU BLVD., LOS ANGELES
$3,600,000
1924 Mediterranean 4+5 on a lush double lot w/ pool & spa.
Kristin Morley #01330760
310.461.0458
PRICE REDUCED!
3005N.NBEVERLYGLEN,LOSANGELES
$3,599,000
Sophisticated5+5.5Spanish-stylevillawiththeaterandgunitepool.
Joseph Babajian
310.623.8800
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
233S.CANONDR.,BEVERLYHILLS
$3,499,000 1640STRADELLARD,LOSANGELES
$3,495,000
SituatedinPrimeBeverlyHills,Art-DecoStyleHouse,3+2.
AmazingopportunityinprimeBelAir,withprivateheatedpool,5+3.
Debbie Ruth
310.882.3738 Joseph Babajian
310.623.8800
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
BY APPOINTMENT
783LAKEMEADWAY,REDWOODCITY
$3,495,000
Rare gem in Emerald Hills, expansive views, 5+4.
Wende Schoof
650.504.0219
10661 Lindbrook Drive, Little Holmby
449 WESTBOURNE DR, WEST HOLLYWOOD $3,200,000 9885 BEVERLY GROVE DR, BEVERLY HILLS $3,125,000 www.10661LindbrookDr.com
$3,075,000
Renovated 4+4 traditional in coveted part of West Hollywood. Remodeled2-storyhome,3+2.Approx.2,500sf.Incredibleviews. Traditionalstorybook3+3homew/lagoon-likepool&motorcourt.
310.736.5599 Roger Perry
Jordana Leigh
424.239.8725 MerrieKung
310.600.1553
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
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www.3285BuckCanyonRd.com
1738NICHOLSCANYONRD,LOSANGELES $2,999,999 3285 BUCK CANYON RD, SANTA YNEZ $2,999,995
Nearly 14 acre estate with incredible Santa Barbra county views.
Ron Maman
818.285.3200 Casey Gordon
805.750.9804
$2,995,000
7825TORREYSONDR,LOSANGELES
$2,995,000 2142BEVERWILDRDR,LOSANGELES
Stunning 4+3 contemporary farm house w/ panoramic views. Spacious4+4.5 homewithhighendstoneworkandcustomcabinetry.
310.424.8626
Joe Babajian
310.623.8800 Payam S. & Elanit K.
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
20460PACIFICCOAST HWY, MALIBU
Stunning Malibu Beachfront Turn-Key Home.
Justin Friedlander
$2,990,000
310.600.7847
1279OZETATE,LOSANGELES
$2,800,000 8017MULHOLLANDDR,LOSANGELES
$2,700,000
Celebrityoasis,secludedinW.Hollywood.3+3.5andbonusroom. Hollywood Hills promontory site, large lot.
Michelle Graci
818.967.8295 Joseph B. & Stella P.
310.623.8800
www.2010PierAve.com
2010PIERAVE,SANTAMONICA
$2,635,000
Designer remodeled Sunset Park Res. 3+2, generous yd & gst hs.
T. Rustad & P. Maurice
310.623.8825
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
11344ISLETAST.,LOSANGELES
$2,495,000 5636 TUXEDO TERRACE, LOS ANGELES
$2,200,000
Beautifullyrenovatedtraditionalhome,3+3.Includesguesthouse. Beautiful architectural home in Oaks of Los Feliz, 2,600 sf, 4+4.
Jimmy Heckenberg # 01910100
310.650.1116 Anya Denisova
323.717.1879
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$2,150,000
6316 TAHOE DR., LOS ANGELES
$2,199,000 11978MAYFIELDAVE.#3,LOSANGELES
Located in Lake Hollywood Estates. 4+2, w/ solar heated pool. Luxury&Value!PalatialBrentwoodTownhome3+3+powderroom.
310.454.4240
Tom Otero
323.570.0036 Carmen Dixon
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1522 PANDORA AVE., WESTWOOD
$1,999,900
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Eduardo Dolce
818.326.3623
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6407LAPUNTADR,HOLLYWOODHILLS $1,999,000
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818.406.7653
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3 8980LLOYDPL,WESTHOLLYWOOD
$1,995,000
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Viviana Ventrone
310.867.1547
606 SIRRETTA, KERNVILLE
$1,949,000
Unique riverfront 5+6.25 property built w/ no expense spared.
Janine Maples
310.261.8019
3C @'L?<@Q ! * L<@Q 3C L<@Q 9884
< 22952OSTRONICDR.,WOODLANDHILLS
$1,939,000 1727BENEDICTCANYONDR,BEVERLYHILLS $1,899,000
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Lois Stone
818.251.0260 P. Maurice & T. Rustad
310.623.8819
3C L<@Q BY APPOINTMENT
3856COOLIDGEAVE.,LOSANGELES
$1,875,000
> "! # Aleisha E. & Lorena A.
206.681.3957
10430WILSHIRE#901,LOSANGELES
$1,829,000
Jack Brown
310.724.7100
10430WILSHIREBLVD#805,LOSANGELES $1,750,000
' ;) - # > : Claudia Beck
310.877.6031
7730EMERSONAVE.,LOSANGELES
$1,749,000
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Dana Frank
818.618.6000
"99-1 @ 4118 LINCOLN AVE, CULVER CITY
$1,599,000
<R : T. Rustad & P. Maurice
310.623.8825
22111SADDLEPEAKROAD,TOPANGA
$1,599,000
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818.399.6695
!",< 9234 KINGLET AVE., LOS ANGELES
$1,599,000
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310.623.8825
3C L<@Q 3C L<@Q 133 N CRESCENT HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES $1,595,000
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323.935.8680
9"H 12545 WALSH AVE, DEL REY
$1,569,000
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$1,499,999
829 N. MARTEL, HOLLYWOOD
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Igal Bakshandeh
310.702.5188 Jimmy Heckenberg
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$1,699,000
473 "! !890 $ # : # , JamieTian&DavidFerrugio
310.717.1321
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4141 MILTON AVE., CULVER CITY
$1,799,000 321N EDINBURGHAVE,BEVERLYGROVE
$1,799,000
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310.463.3030 Rosalie Klein
310.261.8878
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1111 S. GRAND AVE #1109, LOS ANGELES $1,499,000 1738 S. WOOSTER ST, LOS ANGELES
$1,450,000
$1,485,000 29500HEATHERCLIFFRD#172,MALIBU
DTLA, perhed near the top of the stunning Elleven S. Building, 2+2. Updated2+2,den,pool,spa,office,1,525sf,upgradesthroughout. Spacious 3+3 Farm House with walls of glass and high ceilings.
Joshua Buxbaum
310.936.9020 Bernie Leibovitch
818.472.5265 Shogren & Shogren #01251977/#01292174 310.592.7443
BY APPOINTMENT
www.1518Eighteenth.com
1518 18TH ST. #3, SANTA MONICA
$1,439,000
Silicon Beach 2bd+2.5ba townhouse w/2story lv rm.
T. Rustad & P. Maurice
310.623.8825
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
www.30Lighthouse.com
325 N. OAKHURST DR. #201, BEVERLY HILLS $1,425,000 30 LIGHTHOUSE #2, MARINA DEL REY $1,299,000
Front facing corner unit, 3+2.5. Fireplace & Community Pool. Steps to Ocean!! Twnhse! 2-sty ceils/2 + 2 + loft/1,487sf.
310.623.8819
Diana Kaye
310.432.7205 T. Rustad & P. Maurice
www.ViaDolce516.com
9993 REEVESBURY DR., BEVERLY HILLS $1,287,000 3950 VIA DOLCE AVE. #516, MDR
$1,249,000
Remodeledpostandbeambeauty, 2+2, perfectforentertaining. Sun-washed & remodeled townhouse w/lagoon views 2+2.5.
Wesley Keepler II
818.599.6760 T. Rustad& P. Maurice
310.623.8825
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-4
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10501WILSHIRE#1603,LOSANGELES
$1,199,000 3464 TROY DRIVE, LOS ANGELES
$1,198,000
East Corner with unobstructed views from all rooms, 2+2.
New Designer Perfect Remodel, Luxe 3+2.5, gorgeous style!
Michelle Martin
310.508.8448 Nick Small
310.461.0420
$1,195,000
1130 S HOOVER ST., LOS ANGELES
UniqueTriplexnearDTLA!2(3+1)units+544sqftfinishedattic.
Roger Perry
310.600.1553
2768 WRIGHT LN, LOS ANGELES
$1,195,000
Luxury living in Beverly Hills, 2+3.5, newly constructed home.
Casey Gordon
805.750.9804
Lease for $4,499/mo.
$999,000 5642 LA MIRADA AVE, LOS ANGELES
$999,000
306 BORA BORA WY APT 306, MDR
$1,150,000 2029 S. MADRONA DR., PALM SPRINGS
FEE SIMPLE, Indian Canyons Mediterranean Villa, 3+2.5. AttnInvestors&Developers,7,012SFLotzonedR3forDevelopment.
310.406.4739 Payam S. & Elanit K.
310.424.8626
Barbra Stover
310.902.7122 G. Michael Lawrance
1333S.BEVERLYGLENBLVD.#301,LOSANGELES $990,000
Rare and Unique opp. 2+2.5. Heated pool, pool view.
Brandon Douglas
310.801.1333
OPEN SATURDAY 12-4 & SUNDAY 1-4
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
$918,900 2170 SUNSET PLAZA DR, LOS ANGELES
$899,000
339NRAMPARTBLVD,LOSANGELES
$989,999 1250NHARPERAVE#405,WESTHOLLYWOOD
$945,000 6457W.87THPL.,LOSANGELES
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! 4Bd+3Ba clean & neat. Sexy,spaciousloft-style1+2condow/chef?s ktn,inunitw/d&2patios. Located in Silicon Beach/Emerson Manor area, 3+1.5. Greatopportunity.Charming2+1cottageperfectforentertaining.
310.384.6343 Jamie Tian
310.717.1321
Emily Roberts
818.854.5459 MartineZoller&HeatherWitt
310.486.7095 Raheem Morgan
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Rodeo Realty Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of square footage, lot size or other information concerning the property provided by the seller or obtained from public records or other sources. DRE# 00951359
SINCE 1986
WWW.RODEORE.COM
BY APPOINTMENT
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
1131ALTALOMARD#129,WESTHOLLYWOOD $880,000 4316MARINACITYDR#533,MARINADELREY $849,900 1932 WEEPAH WY, LOS ANGELES
$839,000
Park Wellington Over-Sized front facing 2+2.5 Condo! 3+2 condo with beautiful unobstructed views of the city! Hideaway in the City. 2+2 w/ pool & tranquil cyn views!
310.883.4448 Rosalie Klein
Roger Perry
310.600.1553 Innessa Uhrlach
310.261.8878
911 N KINGS RD #113, WEST HOLLYWOOD $815,000
In the heart of West Hollywood, 2+2, remodeled exterior.
Karyn B. & Dolores B.
818.880.9100
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
!
11650MAYFIELDAVE.#8,BRENTWOOD
$759,995 5450 W. 77TH ST., LOS ANGELES
$779,000
2+2 split-level cosmopolitan cottage-like condo, 2 prkng spcs. Remarkable traditional home feat. 2+1, one car garage.
Carmen Dixon
310.454.4240 Bradley Janis
727.239.8037
6520 6TH AVE., LOS ANGELES
$760,000
Stunning 3+2.5 home with Solar Energy Panels, paid full.
Robert Flannigan
310.692.0409
8168 GOULD AVE., LOS ANGELES
$749,000
Land on Hollywood Hills West, just minutes from Sunset Strip.
Karina Przygoda
818.599.5991
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
1345 N. FULLER AVE. #305, LOS ANGELES
$685,000
Beautiful front corner penthouse with lovely entrance, 2+2.
Stamie Karakasidis
310.461.0400
1801 W 35TH PL, LOS ANGELES
$529,000
Perfect Home, 2+1. Close to schools and transportation.
Valerie Miranda
818.335.7679
532 N. ROSSMORE AVE #413, LOSANGELES
$515,000
Sang Chun
818.216.4190
PRICE REDUCED!
BEST VALUE - FULLY FURNISHED - BH PROPER - 6 BEDROOMS
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
1148 Coldwater Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills
$22,500/Mo
9022ORCHARDAVE,LOSANGELES
$445,000 www.1148Coldwater.com
WonderfulTraditional3+1home.Waitingforyou!Hurrywon?tlast. Perfect Home for Beverly Hills Schools.
310.600.1553
Debora M. Bright-Laney
213.361.1155 Roger Perry
FULLY FURNISHED!
3142HOLLYCRESTDR.,LOSANGELES
$7,950/Mo
Fabulous Lake Hollywood Contemporary 4+2 home.
Roger Perry
310.724.7100
2345ROSCOMARERD.#206,LOSANGELES $699,000
Fabulous 1+1.5 unique condo in prestigious Bel Air.
Magda Faerstain
310.890.7077
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
2037 HOLLY HILL TER., LOS ANGELES
$1,329,000
Claudia Hansen
310.598.3350
8223 NORTON AVE. #3, WEST HOLLYWOOD
$1,275,000
Robert Erickson
310.890.7895
1504 E. DEXTER ST., COVINA
$1,245,000
Zizi P. & John G.
818.469.1804
2418 WALNUT AV, VENICE
$1,200,000
Tamar Asken
310.801.8292
5100 VIA DOLCE #209, MARINA DEL REY
$995,000
Barbra Stover
310.902.7122
930 N. DOHENY DR. #306, WEST HOLLYWOOD $985,000
310.400.2046
6735 YUCCA ST #506, LOS ANGELES
$969,000
George Garcia
310.461.0381
1244 LANDFAIR CIR., LOS ANGELES
$918,000
Jessica Felix
818.399.7214
17962 WHITNEY DR., NORTH TUSTIN
$879,000
Jessica Felix
818.399.7214
2160 CENTURY PARK EAST # 609
$869,000
Norma Streams
310.428.5164
6735 YUCCA ST #504, LOS ANGELES
$850,000
George Garcia
310.461.0381
5591 CAMP ST, CYPRESS
$629,000
Michelle Kong
818.255.8316
611 W. WALNUT AVE., ORANGE
$575,000
Alison De Caussin
818.723.7604
11504 STARLIGHT AVE., WHITTIER
$554,900
Mary Acierno
818.761.7222
1118 W 81ST PLACE, LOS ANGELES
$506,000
Robert Flannigan
310.692.0409
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4864 W 134TH PL, HAWTHORNE
$705,000
2+1 Cottage on huge lot, remodeled and modern.
Cheryl Acrey
818.970.9830
HOT PROPERTY
3661 W. 58TH PL., LOS ANGELES
$749,000
One of a Kind craftsman!! Beautiful Bungalow, 3+2.
Scott Goshorn
323.251.5479
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837NHUDSONAVE#308,HOLLYWOOD
$749,000
Villa La Pietra Luxury Condos in heart of HLWD, 2 +2.5!
Poupee Komenkul
818.482.0085
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OPEN TUESDAY 11-2
13961 Aubrey Road I Beverly Hills
Co-listed with Judy Cycon
Offered at $18,000,000
1041 N. Hillcrest Road I Beverly Hills
Co-listed with Michael Rabbani
Offered at $15,888,000
16405 Mulholland Drive I Los Angeles
Co-listed with Lloyd Ross
Offered at $13,900,000
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OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 AND TUESDAY 11-2
9390 Monte Leon Lane I Beverly Hills
Co-listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $11,995,000
1479 Blue Jay Way I Hollywood Hills
Co-listed with Kaitlyn Olson
Offered at $12,500,000
1247 Roberto Lane I Bel Air
Co-listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $12,295,000
JUST REDUCED
JUST REDUCED
NEW LISTING
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 AND TUESDAY 11-2
1690 Summitridge Drive I Beverly Hills
Offered at $9,800,000
1646 Blue Jay Way I Hollywood Hills
www.1646BlueJayWay.com
Co-listed with Timmy Woods
Offered at $9,900,000 Lease $35,000/month
WWW.JOEBABAJIAN.COM
310.623.8800
10724 Wilshire Blvd., PH 1602 I Beverly Hills
www.10724Wilshire1602.com
Co-Listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $8,995,000
JOE@JOEBABAJIAN.COM
CALBRE LIC #00813384
2750 Benedict Canyon I Beverly Hills
Offered at $4,900,000
Lease $12,900/month
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
9653 Oak Pass Road I Beverly Hills
Co-Listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $4,595,000
1640 Stradella Road I Bel Air
Co-Listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $3,495,000
3005 N. Beverly Glen Circle I Bel Air
Co-Listed with Laurent Louvet
Offered at $3,599,000
JUST REDUCED
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
7825 Torreyson Drive I Los Angeles
Offered at $2,995,000
19546 Redwing Street I Tarzana
Offered at $2,699,000
8017 Mulholland Drive I Los Angeles
Co-listed with Stella Petros
Offered at $2,700,000
JOE BA BAJ IAN
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2620 Hutton Drive I Beverly Hills
Co-Listed with Mitra Sisatar
Offered at $5,295,000
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1492 Blue Jay Way I Hollywood Hills
www.1492BlueJay.com
Offered at $6,500,000
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 AND TUESDAY 11-2
HOT PROPERTY
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
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Rodeo Realty Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of square footage, lot size or other information concerning the property provided by the seller or obtained from public records or other sources.
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1124 LAUREL WAY, BEVERLY HILLS
OFFERED AT $5,995,000
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
310.720.3524
JOSH@JOSHFLAGG.COM
WWW.JOSHFLAGG.COM
CalDRE# 01470467
Fine Estates╝
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SHOWN BY APPT
THREE OFFICES. ONE RESPECTED NAME.
9050 ST IVES DR, SUNSET STRIP
$13,995,000
Amazing opportunity. Explosive view property with 44,905 sqft lot.
1047 SOMERA ROAD, BEL AIR
$10,995,000
Amazing Opportunity in Bel Air with Ocean, Mountain, & City Views!
612 TRENTON DR, BEVERLY HILLS
$7,700,000
Elegant 5+7 traditional on 16,600 sf lot in Beverly Hills.
VISIT US AT WWW.NOURMAND.COM
Michael Nourmand/Adam Sires
Nicole Contreras
Rochelle Maize
310.666.3294
310.614.4952
310.968.8828
OPEN SAT 1-5 & SUN 2-5
121 N CANYON VIEW DR, BRENTWOOD
$7,295,000
6 bedroom + 8.5 bath home in prime Brentwood location.
1263 DELRESTO DR, BEVERLY HILLS
$4,999,000
Gated 5 bedroom + 6.5 bath, 2-story Traditional with pool.
1136 N DOHENY DR, SUNSET STRIP
$4,150,000
G a t e d p r i v a t e S p a n i s h r e s i d e n c e i n l o w e r D o h e n y.
4250 DECKER EDISON RD, MALIBU
$3,800,000
Prime development opportunity. 3 contiguous lots: 35.28 acres.
Diana Shirazi/Rochelle Maize
Jill Epstein/Myra Nourmand
Michael Nourmand/Adam Sires
Rochelle Maize
310.968.8828
310.888.3333
310.666.3294
310.968.8828
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
2640 GLENDON AVE, RANCHO PARK
$2,995,000
Completely rebuilt 2-story European Hamptons-style home.
533 LEVERING AVE, WESTWOOD
$1,995,000
Lovely 3+2.5 with updated kitchen, en-suite master, private yard.
15 1/2 KETCH ST, MARINA DEL REY
$1,950,000
Contemporary 3 br / 3.5 ba Townhome just yards from the beach.
843 TIPTON TER, HIGHLAND PARK
$1,499,000
Two houses on 3 lots (18,750 sq ft), 360 degree views.
Gaye Kruger
Andrea Best
Rochelle Maize
Chris Furstenberg
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OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
310.428.6577
310.888.3307
310.968.8828
323.422.2244
OPEN SAT & SUN 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
SHOWN BY APPT
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
900 S WESTGATE PH6, BRENTWOOD
$1,495,000
3 Br, 3 Ba + Den/Family room. 1730 sf. www.900westgate.com.
4559 BRUNSWICK AVE, ATWATER VLG $1,495,000
4 bed / 3.5 bath new construction Architectural in Atwater Village.
2601 W 48TH ST, PARK HILLS HEIGHTS
$1,349,000
Well-maintained & centrally located 8-Plex adj. to Leimert Park.
855 N CROFT AVE #205, WEHO
$1,289,000
Modern and chic 2+2.5 condo in West Hollywood area.
Gavin Fleminger / Mandana Kohen
Shannon & Joey Fenton
The Kostrey Collection
Karen Sharpe / Drew Bell
310.850.8053
310.365.6118
323.785.7545
323.251.6652
OPEN SUNDAY 1-4
OPEN SAT & SUN 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
2261 W EVERLEE LN, EAGLE ROCK
$1,089,000
LEED Gold certified small lot home, 3 br+3.5ba, apx 2200 sq ft.
1553 ARMACOST AVE, WEST LA
$975,000+
8 Brand New 3 bed / 3 bath Condos. www.1533armacost.com
8943 HOLLY PLACE, LAUREL CANYON
$869,000
Ultra-charming story book cottage nestled in Laurel Canyon.
Chris Furstenberg
Gavin Fleminger/Mandana Kohen
Mandana Kohen
281 S BARRINGTON AVE, BRENTWOOD
$838,000
Unit#C5. Light filled, open & spacious 2 bed / 2 bath condo.
Ni cole Contreras
310.614.4952
323.422.2244
310.850.8053
310.980.9910
BEVERLY HILLS Tel: 310.274.4000 I BRENTWOOD Tel: 310.300.3333 I HOLLYWOOD Tel: 323.462.6262 I For additional photos and properties, please visit us at: www.nourmand.com
Myra Nourmand
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COMING SOON
1404
Dawnridge
Drive
1263
Delresto
Drive
BHPO
Lower BHPO
6 BED ╥ 7 BATH
$8,745,000
5 BED ╥ 5.5 BATH
$4,999,000
10445
Ashton
Avenue
432
Smithwood
Drive
Westwood
Beverly Hills
TRIPLEX ╥ 7B+9B
$5,995,000
DUPLEX ╥ 6B+6B
$4,795,000
350
Fordyce
Road
1456
Altridge
Drive
Brentwood
BHPO
5 BED ╥ 6 BATH
$5,995,000
5 BED ╥ 7 BATH
$3,995,000
MYRA NOURMAND
dre#:00983509
myranourmandrealestate
Nourmand & Associates
Office: 310.274.4000
mynourmand@nourmand.com
@myranourmand
421 N. Beverly Dr, Ste 200
Direct: 310.888.3333
www. myranourmand.com
@myranourmandestates
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
flare. This 5 bed+ 5.5 bath home offers the ultimate
with an illustrious history of being the former home of
California lifestyle. Dramatic 2-story entry with gracious
an iconic musician. Gated and move-in condition this
staircase welcomes you to the formal living room and
Classic European boasts architecture with a modern
dining room which opens to outdoor resort-like pool.
MYRA NOURMAND
dre#:00983509
JILL EPSTEIN
dre#:00472171
Direct: 310.888.3333
mynourmand@nourmand.com
Direct: 310.779.9513
jill@jillepsteinre.com
Office: 310.274.4000
www. myranourmand.com
Office: 310.888.3355
jillepsteinrealestate.com
HOT PROPERTY
Opportunity knocks to purchase an incredible property
J79
Lower Beverly Hills P.O.
Offered at $4,999,999
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Welcome,
Susan Irving
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Nourmand & Associates is proud
to announce our new agent.
Susan Irving is executive director of the Architectural Division of
Nourmand & Associates. With more than four decades of service,
Nourmand employs its extraordinary relationship network and
unmatched market expertise to achieve results for its valued clients.
Known for integrity, discretion, and financial acumen, Susan has represented sellers and buyers on Los Angeles' Westside for two decades. Her
clients include leaders in business, finance, entertainment, and real estate.
Susan served as a Certified Public Accountant at a global accounting
firm, as a financial executive at a public technology company, and in
business management for high net worth clients.
Executive Director
Architectural Division
susan@susanirving.com
www.susanirving.com
Susan is passionate about art, architecture, and design. She
and her husband have restored several architectural properties.
They currently live in a home designed by one of Southern
California?s revered modernists. They?re actively involved in our
philanthropic community, serving on boards of non-profit and
community organizations focusing on children and older adults,
education, health, and the arts.
Susan values her long-time relationships and looks forward to
establishing new ones. Combining market understanding and a
client-centered approach, Susan offers her clients an enhanced
level of service and committment.
License #: 01370990
Direct line: 310.429.2390
Office line: 310.274.4000
Fax: 310.278.9900
Nourmand & Associates
421 N Beverly Drive, Suite 200
Beverly Hills, California 90210
www.nourmand.com
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Art of Living
sothebyshomes.com/socal
OP EN SU NDAY 2 - 5
O P E N SU N DAY 2 - 5
Malibu | 6648ZumirezDr.com
6BD/6BA | web: 0027976 | $18,999,000
H. Lake, B. Sloane, M. Silver 310.430.1316
5BD/5BA | web: 0344227 | $8,988,000
J. Respondek 310.488.4400, S. Schulz 310.980.8809
Los Feliz | 4203 Cumberland Avenue
Beverly Hills | 617NPalmDr.com
Bel-Air | 1643StoneCanyonRoad.com
3BD/2BA | web: 0287640 | $1,098,000
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
4BD/4.5BA + Guest House | web: 0028056 | $7,950,000
5BD/8BA | web: 0028136 | $5,150,000
B.Sloane 310.786.1844, M. Silver 310.809.4656
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Bel-Air | 15216Antelo.com
Joan Cohen 310.386.4001
OPE N SU NDAY 2 - 5
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Paci?c Palisades | 640 Palmera Avenue
Agoura Hills | 31866HiddenHighlanRd.com
Brentwood | 11409 Waterford Street
Paci?c Palisades | 341Surfview.com
5BD/6BA | web: 0344263 | $3,675,000
Violetta Hargitay 310.367.2190
4BD/4BA | web: 1300473 | $3,395,000
Wailani & Cormac O?Herlihy 310.980.1195
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0356214 | $3,295,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/4BA | web: 0344243 | $3,165,000
J. Respondek, A. Mollica 310.488.4400
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independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. SIR DRE: 899496. DRE License Numbers for All Featured Agents: Rosemary Low: 492534 | Brad Lawrence: 1263598 | Rosanne Howard: 00450284 | Carlos Sanchez:
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Respondek: 713972 | Antonia Mollica: 01985014 | Brian Moore: 1220178 | Paula Ross Jones: 1157578 | Nick Kordiak: 1994316 | Cormac O?Herlihy: 787980 | Wailani O?Herlihy: 1264113 | Betsy Walton: 1495924 | Jacqueline Tager: 1476997 | Anton Smirnov: 2017875 | Jeremiah
Eden: 1992220 | Steven Moritz: 928961 | Caroline Cagle: 1802563 | Tanya Stawski: 1918308 | Michelle St. Clair: 1449428 | Joey Kiralla: 1875982 | Tom Conjalka: 1079381 | Victoria Risko: 01033692 | Marc Noah: 1269495 | Joan Cohen: 00991424 | Julie Sharma: 1516121
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Beve rly Hills | Bel Air | BHPO | Century City
Westwo o d | Beve r l y wo o d | Cu l ve r C i ty
WE STSI D E (CO N T. )
Brentwo od | Malibu | Pacific Palisades
Santa M onica | Ve nice | Mar Vi sta | Topanga
Bel-Air | 1063StradellaRd.com
Santa Monica | 610 21st Place
4BD/3.5BA | web: 0028101 | $4,995,000
V. Risko 310.882.0246, M. Noah 310.968.9212
3BD/2BA | web: 0344368 | $5,400 per month
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
Westwood | 10633 Le Conte Avenue
Marina Del Rey | 4305 Redwood Ave.
4BD/3BA | web: 0356188 | $3,495,000
Steven Moritz 310.871.3636
3BD/3BA | $5,400 per month
Anton Smirnov 818.915.6612
Westwood | 10756 Rochester Avenue
3BD/4BA | web: 0028122 | $2,795,000
Marc Noah 310.968.9212
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Santa Monica | 408 Sycamore Road
Malibu | 5742 Busch Dr.
2BD/1BA | web: 0344249 | $2,669,000
Violetta Hargitay 310.367.2190
4BD/3BA | web: 1300390 | $2,495,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
O PE N SU NDAY 2 - 5
OPE N SU NDAY 2 - 5
Beverly Glen | 10266 Lelia Lane
4BD/4BA | web: 0287553 | $2,688,000
M. St. Clair 213.304.4943, J. Kiralla 323.702.7001
2BD/2.5BA | web: 0028074 | $1,395,000
Rosanne Howard 310.968.1815
Silver Lake | 2306 E?e Street
Beverly Center | 8642 Gregory Way, Unit 104
4BD/4BA | web: 0287636 | $1,888,888
M. St. Clair 213.304.4943, J. Kiralla 323.702.7001
2BD/2BA | web: 0027970 | $978,000
Tanya Stawski 310.801.6033
Echo Park | 1888 Echo Park Avenue
Westwood | 10751 Wilshire Blvd., Unit 1004
3BD/2BA | web: 0287620 | $1,380,000
Patricia Ruben 323.333.3801
1BD/2BA | web: 0027929 | $648,000
Tanya Stawski 310.801.6033
Los Feliz | 4203 Cumberland Avenue
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Brentwood | Malibu | Pacific Palisades
Santa Monica | Venice | M ar Vista | To panga
Glendale | 371 Nolan Avenue
Malibu | 6648ZumirezDr.com
Silver Lake | 1918CerroGordo.com
5BD/5BA | web: 0344227 | $8,995,000
J. Respondek 310.488.4400, S. Schulz 310.980.8809
2BD/1BA | web: 0287610 | $799,000
Brian V. Moore 310.849.4990
Brentwood | 16677StoneOakParkLosAngeles.com
Silver Lake | 716 Maltman Ave., Unit 16
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0344276 | $5,750,000
Betsy Walton 310.463.2211
2BD/2.5BA | web: 0287570 | $689,000
Tom Conjalka 323.793.0333
Brentwood | 244 S. Canyon View Dr.
Reseda | 7942Newcastle.com
5BD/3.5BA | web: 0356227 | $3,995,000
Nick Kordiak 310.595.4941
4BD/2BA | web: 0287626 | $547,999
Carlos Sanchez 323.810.3083
Brentwood | 11409 Waterford Street
Encino | 16815 Bajio Road
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0356214 | $3,295,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/5BA | web: 0287618 | $12,900 per month
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
3BD/2BA | web: 0287640 | $1,098,000
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
3BD/2BA | web: 0287483 | $945,000
Bradley Lawrence 323.481.4700
Paci?c Palisades | 341Surfview.com
5BD/4BA | web: 0344243 | $3,165,000
J. Respondek, A. Mollica 310.488.4400
Paci?c Palisades | 15511 Earlham Street
5BD/4BA | web: 0344325 | $2,999,500
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
Brentwood | 11318 Farlin Street
Encino | 16815 Bajio Road
3BD/3BA | web: 0356150 | $1,779,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/5BA | web: 0287618 | $12,900 per month
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
WEH O | H O L LY WOOD | M I D C I TY
West Hollywood | Hollywood | Ho l lywood H ills
Hancock Pa rk | Miracle Mile | S unset Strip
Hollywood Hills | 6340 Bryn Mawr Drive
Malibu | 6436SeaStarDr.com
4BD/3BA | web: 0287615 | $1,698,000
Jacqueline Tager 323.697.3040
5BD/4BA | web: 1300470 | $2,800,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
Hollywood Hills | 3409 Oak Glen Road
Brentwood | 319 N. Bundy Drive
3BD/2BA | web: p104569 | $998,000
Jacqueline Tager 323.697.3040
3BD/3BA | web: 0356203 | $2,495,000
Murray Weisberg 310.729.6156
Hollywood | BannerAvenueSpanish.com
Malibu | 5742 Busch Dr.
4BD/3BA | web: 1300390 | $2,495,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
Marina Del Rey | 718 Oxford Avenue
3BD/3BA | web: 0028159 | $2,295,000
Lori Berris 310.880.3061
Brentwood | 11318 Farlin Street
3BD/3BA | web: 0356150 | $1,779,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
2BD/1.75BA | web: 0356232 | $775,000
Ari Wintraub 310.428.5045
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Los Angeles | 10613Wellworth.com
5BD/4BA | web: 0344325 | $2,999,500
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
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Altadena | 1487 Crest Drive
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5BD/5BA | web: 0356241 | $2,250,000
Ari Wintraub 310.428.5045
HOT PROPERTY
Palms | 3107Malcolm.com
N O RT H E AST L A
Los Feliz | Echo Park | G lendale | Highland Park
Silver Lake | Greater Los Angeles
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5BD/4BA | web: 0356180 | $2,839,000
Julie Sharma 310.592.8104
OPEN SUNDAY OCT. 7 TH 2 - 5PM
JOHN LAUTNER, ARCHITECT
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THE BERGREN RESIDENCE, 1953
7316CavernaDrive.com | Hollywood Hills | 2BD, 2BA | 1,582╠ SQ. FT.
Designed by arguably the most-sought after architect in Los Angeles real estate, this awe-inspiring
home has all the Lautner attributes: V-shaped roof, chevron shaped massing, non-rectangular
rooms, avant-garde use of concrete and wood, and a thrilling layout with jetliner views. Situated
just north of Runyon Canyon off Mulholland Drive, this ridgeline is where Lautner loved to build,
as evidenced by the highest concentration of Lautner designs anywhere, including the legendary
Garcia and Chemosphere Houses. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a world-class piece of
architectural history.
Offered at $1,999,000
PATRICIA REILLY TERCEK
SLOANE + SILVER
310.721.7600
Barry Sloane & Marc Silver
Patricia.Tercek@sothebyshomes.com
323.957.0016 ? 310.809.4656
Luxury Real Estate Advisor
Historic & Architecturally Significant Properties
BEVERLY HILLS BROKERAGE | 9665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 | sothebyshomes.com
Sotheby?s International Realty and the Sotheby?s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. Real estate
agents a?liated with Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. SIR DRE License Number: 899496
DRE License Numbers for All Featured Agents: Patricia Tercek, Barry Sloane, Marc Silver: 1214922, 01024594, 01875513.
OPEN HOUSE
Julia DeLorme
JuliaDeLorme.com
DRE: 01968580 | 310.729.1649
Julia@JuliaDelorme.com |
@JuliaDeLorme
SUNSET STRIP BROKERAGE | 9255 Sunset Blvd, Mezzanine., West Hollywood, CA 90069 | sothebyshomes.com
Sotheby?s International Realty and the Sotheby?s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. Real estate
agents a?liated with Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. SIR DRE License Number: 899496
HOT PROPERTY
363huntley.com | 3bd/3ba | offered at $1,925,000
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363 HUNTLEY DRIVE
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Sunday, Oct. 7th 2-5pm
Tuesday, Oct. 9th 11-2pm
OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SUN 1-5
$6,888,000 | www.8381HOLLYWOOD.com | Sunset Strip
$4,395,000 | 1461 CASTELLO AVE | Beverlywood area
4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | STUNNING!
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS | PARK-LIKE HUGE
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS
Zack Grakal | Ben Bellet 310.770.1124
Edward Reilly 323.394.9036
OPEN SUN 2-5
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$2,795,000 | 20333 REIGATE | Topanga
OPEN SUN 2-5
$2,695,000 | 3483 STONER AVENUE | Mar Vista
5 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | RENOVATED
Tanya Starcevich Top Producer 310.739.4216
Scott Walker|Meghan Fitzgerald 310.571.8008
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4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | LUXURY
OPEN SUN 2-5
$13,500,000 | 802 N. CRESCENT DRIVE | Beverly Hills
$1,775,000 | www.3314McLAUGHLINAVE.com | Mar Vista
$1,195,000 | 3807 SUNSET DRIVE | Los Feliz
5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS | TENNIS COURT
4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS
3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | MODERN ARCHITECTURAL
Diane Sharp 310.740.0414
Sherri Noel 310.994.8721
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
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$3,600,000 | 9038 WONDERLAND PARK AVE | Hllywd Hills
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OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SAT 1-4
$920,000 | 2398 MONTE VERDE DRIVE | Los Angeles
$869,000 | 12121 ROCHESTER AVENUE | W. LA
$849,950 | 4949 GENESTA AVENUE | Encino
4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | GATED COMMUNITY
2 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | TOWNHOME
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | PENTHOUSE CONDO
INCOME OPPORTUNITY | DUPLEX
Shahla Atabaki 310.367.7336
Nick Shepherd 310.482.2107
Rita Semprevivo 310.994.3020
Shahla Atabaki 310.367.7336
$525,000 | 1600 W. 52ND STREET | Los Angeles
kw beverly hills | kw brentwood | kw hollywood hills | kw larchmont | kw los feliz | kw santa monica | kw paci?c palisades
OPEN SUN 1-5
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OPEN SUN 2-5
$3,595,000 | 2306 BAGLEY AVENUE | Beverlywood
$3,195,000 | www.171VISTA.com | Grove
$2,995,000 | www.THEWILLOWGLENLA.com | Hllywd Hills
6 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHS | 4222 SF LOT
4 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHS | REMODELED
3 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHS | CANYON VIEWS!
Zack Grakal | Ben Bellet 310.770.1124
The Sunset Team 310.274.3900
Shawn Kormondy 323.638.7567
OPEN SUN 2-5
O P E N SAT & SU N 2-5
$2,495,000 | 3569 GRIFFITH PARK BLVD | Los Feliz
$2,195,000 | www.8819DORRINGTON.com | W. Hllywd
$1,999,888 | 211 S. SPALDING DR #S110 | Beverly Hills
5 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS
5 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHS | TRADITIONAL ESTATE
3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | UPDATED SPANISH
3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | LUXURY LIVING
Sherri Noel 310.994.8721
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
The Sunset Team 310.274.3900
Inna Santoso 310.424.0391
OPEN SAT 2-5
OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SUN 2-5
$995,000 | 4162 CHARLENE DRIVE | Los Angeles
$979,000 | 1618 N. PASS AVENUE | Burbank
$929,000 | 703 N. CHEROKEE AVENUE | Hllywd
2 BEDROOMS | 1 BATH | CHARMING TRADITIONAL
5 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | WINDSOR HILLS
3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | REMODELED
2 BEDROOMS | 1 BATH | REMODELED
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
Linda Roth 323.864.4211
Jason Woodruff 310.770.3101
Jason Woodruff 310.770.3101
$465,000 | 3015 DIVISION ST #217 | Los Angeles
$35,000 MO | www.1609VIEWMONT.com | Sunset Strip
$30,000 MO | 513 AVONDALE AVENUE | Brentwood
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | GLASSELL PARK
3 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | HH LUXURY LEASE
LEASE | 5 BEDROOMS | 7 BATHS | SPACIOUS
$15,000 MO | 341 N. CRESCENT HTS BLVD | Grove
LEASE | 5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS
Omega Group-Mirella Nazarian 818.693.1957
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
Soraya Afari, Homa Taghavi 310.592.0311
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
kw beverly hills | kw brentwood | kw hollywood hills | kw larchmont | kw los feliz | kw santa monica | kw paci?c palisades
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$995,000 | 4011 CUMBERLAND AVENUE | Los Feliz
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PALATIAL WELLINGTON SQUARE ESTATE
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Craig Ashley
310.488.7659
2208 Wellington Rd
West Adams, CA 90016
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
$1,195,000
602 N. Gardner St
Los Angeles, CA 90036
2175 Broadview Terrace
Hollywood Hills, CA 90036
$1,720,000
$1,199,000
Angela Roberts
Fred Holley
310.600.1799
310.780.7653
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5PM
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
531 N. Rossmore Ave #205
Hancock Park, CA 90004
8401 Fountain Ave #16
West Hollywood, CA 90069
$895,000
$840,000
David Rosen
Patrick Kibby
323.428.9277
323.308.9239
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
CORERealEstateGroup.com | 250 N Canon Drive | Beverly Hills | 90210 | 310.203.8300
ESTATE PROPERTIES
JOE LA CROIX
310.699.7804
OPEN SUN 14PM
FEATURE
$1,595,000
OPEN DAILY BY APPOINTMENT
11 COACH RD. RANCHO PALOS VERDES
$1,528,000
4 BD | 2 FULL, 1 ╬, 1 ╫ BA | Over 2700 SF on Half Acre + Lot
Private Retreat with Stunning View | Built for Entertaining! | Virtual tour address: www.11CoachRoad.com
SHARI BAKOTICH
DRE# 01086221
310.972.1612
2741 PALOS VERDES DRIVE NORTH
PALOS VERDES ESTATES $1,825,000
GAYLE PROBST
DRE# 01137236
310.410.9777
DRE # 00916311 | 01212762
COMING SOON IN SOUTHWOOD RIVIERA!
23541 ADOLPH AVE., TORRANCE
$995,000
4 BD , 2 Up/2 Down | 2 BA | 2,162 SF | Overlooking Lago Seco Park | Tile Roof | Enclosed Front Patio | Great Backyard
Open Floor Plan | 2 Car Garage w/Laundry | Has Potential of Spacious, Entertaining Dream Home - Just Add Some Stardust!
LYNN LORD
DRE# 00932611
310.567.5971
WHAT A THRILL - the perfect Mid-Century modern home that has been extensively remodeled
to perfection. New hardwood flooring & light fixtures including ceiling fans, extensive
electrical and plumbing upgrades, new sprinkler system, 12 new Milgard fiber glass windows
& coverings. The fireplaces have been refinished, the hallway extended as well as a new
custom patio & fountain. The totally new master suite has a walk-in closet and master bath
that includes large custom glass tiled shower, new vanity & toilet. A powder room was added
to make this home perfect for entertaining. The Jack and Jill bedrooms now have a new
bath with new tub, vanity & toilet. Enjoy cooking with the new 4 burner deluxe gas on black
tempered glass cooktop & new garbage disposal. Now...just relax and enjoy the beautiful
hillside views.
4 BD | 3 BA | Stunning & completely redesigned. This home has everything you are looking for!
From new systems to many fine designers highlights. Fabulous flowing open floor plan with all new interior, not to be missed.
KEVIN & KAZ GALLAHER
JANE ST. JOHN
DRE# 00998927
OPEN SAT/SUN 25PM
8910 RAYFORD DRIVE. WESTCHESTER
$1,639,000
Prestige and Privacy in this refreshed two-story, 4 Br+3Ba+Family Room home in Playa del Rey! Move-in Ready!
Bask in the sunshine in the grassy yard and Entertaining Patio. Meticulously maintained & upgraded systems.
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7561 W. 82ND ST. PLAYA DEL REY
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 018
310.699.7804
NEW PRICE $1,695,000
4 BD | 3 BA | 2,000+ SF | Adjacent to Marina del Rey | Functionality, Tasteful Designer Finishes
Grassy Back Yard w/Patio | Walking Distance to Shopping, Restaurants, Movies & More
310.703.1859
310.977.9711
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JOE LA CROIX
DRE# 01248586
4130 LYCEUM AVE. LOS ANGELES
WON?T LAST!
23236 SESAME ST. ?D?, TORRANCE
$349,000
2 BD | 1.5 BA | Townhouse in the Heart of the South Bay-Torrance Easy Access to Frwy System
Private Patio | Upgraded Kitchen & Baths | Closets w/Built-ins | Community Pools | 2 Parking Spaces
LETICIA RIVERA
DRE 01183706
310.779.6892
HOT PROPERTY
$2,195,000
5 BD | 4 BA | 3048 SF | 6399 SF Yard | Built to a Standard, Not a Budget | High-end Finishes & Appliances
Beautiful Landscaping | Close to Cowan Elementary, Loyola Village, Frwy Access |Perfect for any Family
OPEN SUN 25PM
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7527 DUNBARTON AVE. LOS ANGELES
OPEN SUN 25 NEW CONSTRUCTION
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OPEN SUN 25 NEW CONSTRUCTION
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HOLMBY HILLS FINEST ESTATE
LEGENDARY WALLACE NEFF ESTATE
Situated behind gates on two flat park-like acres. A world class
estate that has been completely rebuilt with the highest level
of taste, design, style, and craftsmanship. Once in a lifetime
opportunity to acquire an iconic property with a storied Old
Hollywood history. A stunning 2-story entry, grand living room,
high ceilings, screening/media, paneled library/den, wine cellar,
gourmet chef?s kitchen, spectacular master suite with his & her
baths, & much more. weahomes.com/listing/312-n-faring-rd
BEL AIR | $37,500,000
Built for studio mogul Sol Wurtzel, and the former home
of Howard Hughes, Prince Rainer, and Elvis Presley. One
of the most prized properties in all of old Bel Air, situated
on over 1.5 acres, and featuring stunning gardens, a pool,
and tennis court. Completely private and secluded from
the street behind iron gates. A stunning Spanish Colonial
mansion in perfect condition. Shown to pre-qualified
buyers only. weahomes.com/listing/10539-bellagio-rd
Kurt Rappaport
Kurt Rappaport
Kevin Booker
Kurt Rappaport
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
(310) 721-7736
CALBRE# 01869691
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
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By far the most important & iconic Mediterranean Estate in CA.
3.5+ acres in the heart of BH. Surrounded by manicured grounds,
wrought iron gates, and a sweeping 800ft driveway. Period
details abound including a 2-story wood paneled library, coved
ballroom, billiard room & tiled formal dining room. Once home
to William Randolph Hearst & honeymoon location for John F.
Kennedy. A rare offering for a collector of the finest architecture.
Co-listed. weahomes.com/listing/the-beverly-house
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM: 806 N. STANLEY AVE
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM: 831 DICKSON ST
BRENTWOOD | $5,900,000
LOS ANGELES | $4,150,000
VENICE-MDR | $3,395,000
Jetliner Ocean and City views from this 1.75-acre
promontory nestled on a private, gated street. Rare
opportunity for a builder or end-user alike to create a
secluded 8400sqft modern masterpiece only minutes from
Sunset Blvd and all the Westside has to offer. (Broker does
not guarantee the accuracy of sqft or plans, the buyer is
recommended to verify with appropriate professionals).
Co-listed. weahomes.com/listing/1739-westridge-rd
Wonderful modern farmhouse in desirable Melrose-Beverly
Grove district, newly built in 2017. This smart home offers an
open floor plan incorporating impeccable design and quality
finishes in every room. Includes an office off the foyer, a
spacious home theater, a gourmet kitchen and more. The large
family room with pocket folding doors opens to the lovely
garden featuring an outdoor fireplace, zero edge pool, and
spa. weahomes.com/listing/806-n-stanley-ave
REDUCED! Designed & built by award-winning European
architect, Roger Kurath, & beautifully expanded in 2012. Boasts
an inner courtyard with mahogany & glass accordion doors
leading to a tropical paradise. 2 master suites on the 2nd floor.
Open living space + designer kitchen & an add?l bed & bath on
the main floor. Built-in BBQ in the backyard with solar heated
salt water pool with Swim Current. Guest house studio apt & a
2-car garage. weahomes.com/listing/831-dickson-st
Dev Tailor
Jeffery Wong
Stephen Shapiro
Brian Teacher
(201) 456-3800
CALBRE# 01934879
(310) 617-8008
CALBRE# 02007985
(310) 860-8888
CALBRE# 01257836
(310) 994-5017
CALBRE# 01257369
WEAHOMES.COM
WESTSIDE ESTATE AGENCY
BEVERLY HILLS | 210 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 247-7770
MALIBU | ?In The Country Mart? 23410 Civic Center Way, Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1171
MIAMI | 2100 Ponce de Leon Blvd, 7th Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134 (305) 447-1471
Every One A Professional!
www.tricityre.com
Amazing Mid-Century beauty. Double doors leading to a grand foyer, living room,
formal dining, fireplace. Gourmet kitchen w/exquisite appliances; 5-Bedrooms,
2-Master suites, over 2900 sq. ft. Family room, HW flooring/split-level patio. 2-soothing
fountains. Central heat/air. Quiet residential street.
Dennis
Martino
(310)
980-2510
One level penthouse in Brentwood 1 block south of Wilshire. No common walls. Open
floor plan, light & bright, high ceilings, Master w/a walk-in closet, & bath w/ separate
tub & shower. Gourmet kitchen w/ SS appliances, granite counter tops, breakfast bar,
wood flooring. Dining rm or den, a romantic FP. From the living rm, is a large outdoor
balcony, your own private roof top deck.
$1,189,000
La CaЯada Flintridge
1433 Foothill Blvd.
818-790-9700
$1,285,000
PASADENA
LOS ANGELES
New to the market in almost three decades a unique opportunity to purchase a duplex
in the highly desirable Eagle Rock community. Property boasts two spacious units,
each with 1-Bedroom/1-Bathroom and nice-sized living/family room areas and dining.
Within walking distance of stores, entertainment and amazing restaurants.
$849,000
Barbara
Mahler
(323)
574-4330
Simone
Mc Cue
(626)
840-0060
Custom Built MID CENTURY MODERN on .95 Acres of fully landscaped grounds in the Kinneloa
Estates. Designed by Architect ARTHUR C.SWAB, large living areas, vaulted ceiling and walls of
glass, light & bright w/large windows & views of the beautiful gardens. Living rm & family rm w/brick
fireplace. Dining rm opens to the large deck w/city light views. Media rm downstairs w/3/4 bath can
be 5th bedrm. Cooled wine cellar. New copper plumbing. Many upgrades.
$2,195,000
Commercial
805 N. Central Ave.
818-499-0040
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George
Tavitian
(323)
363-7633
LOS ANGELES
$1,369,000
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New to the market in 14 years is a nice duplex boasting 1,580 sq ft of living space on a 5,376 sq
ft lot. The front unit is 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom w/a kitchen that was recently remodeled
w/stainless steel appliances, dark wood cabinets and washer/dryer hookups. The back unit is 1
bedroom and 1 bathroom. Both units are currently rented. This is a great opportunity to own a
fantastic income producing duplex in the Jewel City.
$827,000
Own a beautifully renovated Ranch style home. Ffeatures spacious dining rm/family
rm with recessed lighting, a corner fireplace, completely remodeled kitchen & baths.
Newer FA/CA and dual pane windows. Re-landscaped with charming walkways, a
covered patio. award winning schools
Levon
Matti
(818)
409-0040
LOS ANGELES TIMES
The Mc Nevin
Real Estate Team
(818)
298-5605
GLENDALE
LA CANADA
$1,190,000
Mediterranean estate with endless views, over 8000 sq. ft., 5 BD & 7 BA. Formal
dining & living rm, library, music rm, gourmet kitchen, family rm, master retreat &
huge terraces that overlook the w/breathtaking views. Lower level featuring 4 bdrms
w/en-suite BA, recreation rm, 2nd FR & theater rm. Pool & spa, FP built-in BBQ.
Elevator & 4 car garage.
$5,798,000
HOT PROPERTY
Contemporary View Home In Glendale. This One-Of-A-Kind home with stunning
views sits on its own Knoll, surrounded by beautiful nature. Over 3,000 sq ft of living
space. 19800 Sq.Ft. Lot. Great for indoor & outdoor entertainment.
Art
Avaness
(213)
505-7833
Glendale
811 N. Central Ave.
818-409-0040
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Rima
Hovagim
(818)
919-9252
RANCHO PALOS VERDES
GLENDALE
BROKER # 95-4176104
1129 BENEDICT CANYON DRIVE
BEVERLY HILLS
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IN BEVERLY HILLS
BELOW $3 MILLION
UPDATED TRADITIONAL HOME SET BACK FROM THE STREET WITH GATED COURTYARD ENTRY... DESIGNER APPLIANCED
KITCHEN WITH CENTER ISLAND. REMODELED BATHS WITH EXTENSIVE USE OF TILE AND STONE. 4 BEDROOM SUITES
(2 UP AND 2 DOWN) 6 BATHROOMS, APPRX 4000 SQ FT OF LIVING AREA. USED BRICK PATIO WITH HEATED PLUNGE
POOL. HANDS DOWN, THE BEST PRICED SINGLE FAMILY HOME IN BEVERLY HILLS PROPER NORTH OF SUNSET BLVD.
REDUCED TO $2,995,000
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MICHAEL EISENBERG
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Michael Rotondi, FAIA ? The Carlson-Reges Residence, 1922
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4-car garage, reflecting pool, 4,400 sf,
1/2-acre with gardens, pond and panoramic view of downtown
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1129 Benedict Canyon Drive Beverly Hills Proper
$2,995,000 INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A HOME NORTH OF
SUNSET IN THE CITY OF BH FOR LESS THAN 3M ALMOST 4000 SQ FT 4 BD 6 BA
Beverly Hills
616 N.Arden Dr
$11,995,000 or lease @ $40,000/mo. Newly renovated grand 2sty gated
modern Spanish oasis. 5BD suites + lg outdoor guest/media rm/ba. Huge
fam rm. Mammoth cntr-isle kitch. Sep office area. Lush lawns/patios/pl/spa.
Beverlywood
9349 Kirkside Road
$3,995,000 Brand new custom authentic Spanish masterpiece on beautifully
tree lined Kirkside in coveted Beverlywood HOA! Open Sunday 2-5pm!
Brentwood
12000 Goshen Ave. #305
$1,488,000.00 2BR + 2.5BA Stunningly Designed 2 Story Penthouse w/ app
1900sf w/Den and Massive & Amazing 700+ sqft private rooftop terrace.Dramatic high ceilings, skylgihts and windows w/an abundance of light.
KELLER WILLIAMS BEVERLY HILLS/ EISENBERG
Coldwell Banker / Michael J. Libow
The RFC Group | Jacob Hausman & Meir Nemetsky
Coldwell Banker/ Gary Limjap
Beverly Hills
310-748-5410
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Brentwood
The Agency / Josh Myler
1367 Beckwith Ave
$5,495,000 Tremendous attention to detail. 4 en suite bedrooms, lovely master suite with balcony. Large living room with fireplace, formal dining room,
media room, powder room, secondary family/breakfast room.
Brentwood
11409 Waterford St
$3,295,000 Beachy, bright, transitional, and uplifting with an amazing open
floor plan that draws you to the backyard and pool. 5 bedrooms + loft area
includes a downstairs guest suite (currently set up as an office), 5 lovely baths.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
323-333-0301
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Brentwood
509 S.Westgate
$4,495,000 New construction home features 4 good sized bedrooms upstairs,
including a luxurious master suite, with walk in closet, spa like bathroom, romantic balcony overlooking the gorgeous back yard.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-621-1772
310-621-1772
310-621-1772
Brentwood
701 Claymont Dr
$4,095,000 Beautiful two-story entry greets you to this classic design with
volume ceilings, 3 skylights opens to a family loft and 4 Bd. Master bdrm w/
fireplace + 7 Baths. Fabulous backyard views from the kitchen and great room.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-621-1772
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Brentwood
375 Beloit Avenue
$1480000 Charming 2 bed 2 bath pied-a-terre in Brentwood Glen with hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, modern living/dining great room configuration,
updated/open stainless kitchen with bar and private inner courtyard
Century City
10337 Louisiana Ave
$2,995,000 This 5 bedroom + 4 bathroom home is elegant, sophisticated
and built to the highest standard with square footage that can no longer be
duplicated with the revised code. Fabulous entry and open floor plan.
Pacific Union International / James Bremner & Michael Simmons
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310.622.7445
310-430-0818
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Brentwood
814 Teakwood Road
$3325000 Situated on one of Brentwood?s most desirable streets, less than a
half mile from Kenter Canyon Elementary, this beautifully redone single-story,
mid-century home exudes charm and sophistication.
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Cheviot Hills
2715 Anchor Ave
$2,017,000 3 BR, 2╫ BA single level Cheviot Hills traditional home. Open
floor plan w/ living, dining & family rm. Sunny kitchen; large, peaceful master
suite overlooks lush, tranquil garden. Great indoor/outdoor living!
Nora & Peter Wendel - Coldwell Banker
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Culver City
4133 Vinton Ave
$2,899,000 -Gorgeous 3050sqft New Construction 4-Bedroom home in Culver
City?s Carlson Park! Open design with gourmet kitchen, & High-end finishes &
detached guest house. Near all the shops & restaurants in downtown Culver
Los Angeles
3713 West Blvd.
$1,326,000 Amazing completely remodeled 4 bedroom + 4 bath ( which includes separate ADU unit).Large bright rooms. H/W floors, recessed lighting,
nu A/C-Heat, windows, plumbing etc.Wonderful landscaped yard to entertain.
Los Angeles
1516 N Genesee Ave
$2,489,000 Set in Sunset Square, this Mediterranean boasts high ceilings,
lrg rooms, gorgeous tile & French doors. Renovated kitchen w/ built-ins & lrg
island. 3 BD?s are en-suite. 4th BD is on a private upper lvl.
Los Feliz
3616 Cadman Dr.
$875,000 Perfect for buyers looking to build a multimillion-dollar dream
house on a gorgeous 7,685╠ sq.ft cul-de-sac lot in prime Los Feliz. North of
Los Feliz Blvd., hugging serene Griffith Park, this property is dripping potential.
North Real Estate Services/Alex North
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Keller Williams/Todd Miller
310-923-5353
310-980-2225
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Malibu
2987 Seabreeze Dr
$1515000 Stunning vineyard property with OMG ocean views! Beautiful 3Br +
office home has an open floor plan with a cook?s kitchen and a clean modern
flair. Check the surf from your bed, all about 1 mile from beach.A knockout!!
Mar Vista
3513 Ashwood Ave
$2,395,000 Stunning modern ?Mar Vista Woods? farmhouse by Riviera Property Group and well known designer will impress even the most discerning
buyer. Open and airy 4 bed + 4.5 ba with nearly 2800 sq ft of living space.
Coldwell Banker/Bill Rhodes
Coldwell Banker/ Ali Fall
3102932084
310-591-9172
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Amazing Home in Northern California
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3710 Boise Ave
$1595000 Main house has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a nice balcony from the
master. Formal dining room, living room and fireplace. Additional to the main
residence is a rec-room with bath, separate from the main house.
Mar Vista
4281 Mildred Ave
$1099000 A flipper?s opportunity in the much sought after ?Del Rey? area of
west Culver City. Bungalow style 3 bedrooms + family room, 2 baths. It?s old and
funky, but the potential is definitely here. Great yard.
Out of Area
34450 Eureka Hill Road
$999999 Fantastic home on 23 acres with epic views in Point Arena. 3 hours
north of San Francisco and 20 minutes to the beach. High end construction
and materials, horse facilities, great hiking trails, and beautiful foliage.
Palms
3609 Greenfield Ave
$2,399,999 Two separate luxury private homes on the same lot, each with own
address. Front house is very light and bright 3 bed/3 baths with an open floor
plan.The rear house includes 3 bed/2 baths.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Cypress Properties
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-488-4410
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Rancho Park
10534 Almayo Ave
$1,195,000 Two story home with 5 bedroom and 4 baths. Downstairs is great
for family and entertaining with living room, formal dining room, family room,
and 2 bedrooms.
Santa Monica
701 Ocean Avenue #PH-G
$3,998,000 Sophisticated 2 BD/2.5 BA+den Penthouse.Ocean vws from
the spacious terrace.Expansive ocean vws from the spectacular rooftop w/
pool,spa,BBQ.Concierge 24/7,banquet/fitness rm,Pvt storage &2-SXS pkg.
Santa Monica
921 Harvard St
$2,379,000 Fix this traditional 2 bedroom + 1.5 bathroom home, or take it
down and build a home of your dreams. 2 car garage with street and alley
access, giving builders an option. Home has been owned by the same family.
Studio City
4238 VANTAGE AVE
$1649900 Price Reduced! 5BR/5BA. Beautiful & spacious interior, open
kitchen w/center isl & stainless steel appliances. Glass sliding doors open to
a back yard, perfect for entertaining & weekend BBQ. Previously remodeled.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker / Julie Lovett
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-899-3514
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Studio City
3806 Vantage Ave
$2,749,000 Set in desirable Silver Triangle area of Studio City, is this RARE 5
BD, 4.5 BA Traditional w/natural light, hardwd flrs & high ceilings. Bi-folding drs
that open to entire back of home & chefs ktch w/top of the line appliances.
Sunset Strip
1438 N. Doheny Drive
$3,795,000 Turnkey Contemp on coveted lower Doheny, 4 BRs+maid?s, 6 BAs,
over 4,000 SF. 2 sty entry, bright LR w/ fp & high clgs. Chef?s kit. Chic master w/
lg walk-in clos & lux bath. Media rm w/ bar & wine cellar, lush grounds & pool.
West Hollywood
Kennon Earl & Tom Davila | Compass
Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills South/ Judy Ross-Bunnage
Jeffrey Sandorf/The Agency
424.230.7928
310-621-1772
310-285-7504
1200 N Sweetzer Avenue #7
$1,599,000 Extraordinary modern, two-story penthouse located in prime West
Hollywood.This immaculate 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence has a sophistication of luxury and style that feels like a private art studio.
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West Los Angeles
11967 Nebraska Ave. #2
$995,000.00 3 BR + 2.5 BA in Spacious Contemporary Townhome w/approx
1500 sqft in small 4 unit complex. Separate loft could be guest room/office.
Private patio plus sundeck w/views of mountain and city.
Coldwell Banker/ Gary Limjap
310-430-0818
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West Los Angeles
11515 La Grange Ave
$2,175,000 Modem, newly constructed stand-alone twnhm w/hi ceils, multiple outdoor spaces, 3 en suite bdrms & pvt balcs. Rooftop view studio w/
balcony. Main level has open flr plan. 2-car gar, 3 zone A/C.
Westchester
5611 W 79th Street
$985,000 Totally remodeled, 2 bed 3 bath Osage home featuring wood floors,
open floorplan, gourmet center-island kitchen with stainless appliances, private Master suite, den, large flat gated lot and covered patio.
Westwood
740 Thayer Avenue
$3,995,000 Updated 4 bed 3.5 bath plus bonus room Little Holmby Trad on a
flat lot with hardwood floors, formal living/dining, gourmet kitchen and family
room, master suite, private yard with patio/spa and Warner School
Coldwell Banker | Mike Cockinos
James Bremner / Pacific Union International
Pacific Union International / James Bremner
310.622.7445
310-777-6375
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310-612-5606
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Westwood
2366 Kelton Ave
$2395000 Spectacular new classic traditional style home in Westwood. 4 spacious bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Step through the custom wood front door
and be greeted with high ceilings, crown molding throughout.
Coldwell Banker/ Adam Glick
310-488-4410
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1667 Sparrow Road
$820,000 Historic cedar log cabin in Wrightwood Mtns at a 5,900-ft elev on
2.98 acres, 5 mins to town center, central rock fireplace, expansive porch, 2
bedrooms, extensive wood work, 80 miles from Los Angeles.
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15859 SF | 24906 SF LOT | Offered at $12,450,000 or $55,500/mo
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5 BD | 4 BA | 4291 SF | Offered at $1,925,000
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? Blackmarket Bakery is Costa Mesa?s own purveyor of
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Known for integrity, discretion, and financial acumen, Susan has represented sellers and buyers on Los Angeles' Westside for two decades. Her
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Executive Director
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level of service and committment.
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Malibu | 6648ZumirezDr.com
6BD/6BA | web: 0027976 | $18,999,000
H. Lake, B. Sloane, M. Silver 310.430.1316
5BD/5BA | web: 0344227 | $8,988,000
J. Respondek 310.488.4400, S. Schulz 310.980.8809
Los Feliz | 4203 Cumberland Avenue
Beverly Hills | 617NPalmDr.com
Bel-Air | 1643StoneCanyonRoad.com
3BD/2BA | web: 0287640 | $1,098,000
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
4BD/4.5BA + Guest House | web: 0028056 | $7,950,000
5BD/8BA | web: 0028136 | $5,150,000
B.Sloane 310.786.1844, M. Silver 310.809.4656
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Joan Cohen 310.386.4001
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Agoura Hills | 31866HiddenHighlanRd.com
Brentwood | 11409 Waterford Street
Paci?c Palisades | 341Surfview.com
5BD/6BA | web: 0344263 | $3,675,000
Violetta Hargitay 310.367.2190
4BD/4BA | web: 1300473 | $3,395,000
Wailani & Cormac O?Herlihy 310.980.1195
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0356214 | $3,295,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/4BA | web: 0344243 | $3,165,000
J. Respondek, A. Mollica 310.488.4400
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Brentwo od | Malibu | Pacific Palisades
Santa M onica | Ve nice | Mar Vi sta | Topanga
Bel-Air | 1063StradellaRd.com
Santa Monica | 610 21st Place
4BD/3.5BA | web: 0028101 | $4,995,000
V. Risko 310.882.0246, M. Noah 310.968.9212
3BD/2BA | web: 0344368 | $5,400 per month
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
Westwood | 10633 Le Conte Avenue
Marina Del Rey | 4305 Redwood Ave.
4BD/3BA | web: 0356188 | $3,495,000
Steven Moritz 310.871.3636
3BD/3BA | $5,400 per month
Anton Smirnov 818.915.6612
Westwood | 10756 Rochester Avenue
3BD/4BA | web: 0028122 | $2,795,000
Marc Noah 310.968.9212
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Santa Monica | 408 Sycamore Road
Malibu | 5742 Busch Dr.
2BD/1BA | web: 0344249 | $2,669,000
Violetta Hargitay 310.367.2190
4BD/3BA | web: 1300390 | $2,495,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
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Beverly Glen | 10266 Lelia Lane
4BD/4BA | web: 0287553 | $2,688,000
M. St. Clair 213.304.4943, J. Kiralla 323.702.7001
2BD/2.5BA | web: 0028074 | $1,395,000
Rosanne Howard 310.968.1815
Silver Lake | 2306 E?e Street
Beverly Center | 8642 Gregory Way, Unit 104
4BD/4BA | web: 0287636 | $1,888,888
M. St. Clair 213.304.4943, J. Kiralla 323.702.7001
2BD/2BA | web: 0027970 | $978,000
Tanya Stawski 310.801.6033
Echo Park | 1888 Echo Park Avenue
Westwood | 10751 Wilshire Blvd., Unit 1004
3BD/2BA | web: 0287620 | $1,380,000
Patricia Ruben 323.333.3801
1BD/2BA | web: 0027929 | $648,000
Tanya Stawski 310.801.6033
Los Feliz | 4203 Cumberland Avenue
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Brentwood | Malibu | Pacific Palisades
Santa Monica | Venice | M ar Vista | To panga
Glendale | 371 Nolan Avenue
Malibu | 6648ZumirezDr.com
Silver Lake | 1918CerroGordo.com
5BD/5BA | web: 0344227 | $8,995,000
J. Respondek 310.488.4400, S. Schulz 310.980.8809
2BD/1BA | web: 0287610 | $799,000
Brian V. Moore 310.849.4990
Brentwood | 16677StoneOakParkLosAngeles.com
Silver Lake | 716 Maltman Ave., Unit 16
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0344276 | $5,750,000
Betsy Walton 310.463.2211
2BD/2.5BA | web: 0287570 | $689,000
Tom Conjalka 323.793.0333
Brentwood | 244 S. Canyon View Dr.
Reseda | 7942Newcastle.com
5BD/3.5BA | web: 0356227 | $3,995,000
Nick Kordiak 310.595.4941
4BD/2BA | web: 0287626 | $547,999
Carlos Sanchez 323.810.3083
Brentwood | 11409 Waterford Street
Encino | 16815 Bajio Road
5BD/5.5BA | web: 0356214 | $3,295,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/5BA | web: 0287618 | $12,900 per month
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
3BD/2BA | web: 0287640 | $1,098,000
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
3BD/2BA | web: 0287483 | $945,000
Bradley Lawrence 323.481.4700
Paci?c Palisades | 341Surfview.com
5BD/4BA | web: 0344243 | $3,165,000
J. Respondek, A. Mollica 310.488.4400
Paci?c Palisades | 15511 Earlham Street
5BD/4BA | web: 0344325 | $2,999,500
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
Brentwood | 11318 Farlin Street
Encino | 16815 Bajio Road
3BD/3BA | web: 0356150 | $1,779,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
5BD/5BA | web: 0287618 | $12,900 per month
Rosemary Low 323.363.0381
WEH O | H O L LY WOOD | M I D C I TY
West Hollywood | Hollywood | Ho l lywood H ills
Hancock Pa rk | Miracle Mile | S unset Strip
Hollywood Hills | 6340 Bryn Mawr Drive
Malibu | 6436SeaStarDr.com
4BD/3BA | web: 0287615 | $1,698,000
Jacqueline Tager 323.697.3040
5BD/4BA | web: 1300470 | $2,800,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
Hollywood Hills | 3409 Oak Glen Road
Brentwood | 319 N. Bundy Drive
3BD/2BA | web: p104569 | $998,000
Jacqueline Tager 323.697.3040
3BD/3BA | web: 0356203 | $2,495,000
Murray Weisberg 310.729.6156
Hollywood | BannerAvenueSpanish.com
Malibu | 5742 Busch Dr.
4BD/3BA | web: 1300390 | $2,495,000
Shen Schulz 310.980.8809
Marina Del Rey | 718 Oxford Avenue
3BD/3BA | web: 0028159 | $2,295,000
Lori Berris 310.880.3061
Brentwood | 11318 Farlin Street
3BD/3BA | web: 0356150 | $1,779,000
Lisa Mansfield 310.993.2303
2BD/1.75BA | web: 0356232 | $775,000
Ari Wintraub 310.428.5045
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Los Angeles | 10613Wellworth.com
5BD/4BA | web: 0344325 | $2,999,500
Paula Ross Jones 310.880.9750
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Paci?c Palisades | 15511 Earlham Street
Altadena | 1487 Crest Drive
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5BD/5BA | web: 0356241 | $2,250,000
Ari Wintraub 310.428.5045
HOT PROPERTY
Palms | 3107Malcolm.com
N O RT H E AST L A
Los Feliz | Echo Park | G lendale | Highland Park
Silver Lake | Greater Los Angeles
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5BD/4BA | web: 0356180 | $2,839,000
Julie Sharma 310.592.8104
OPEN SUNDAY OCT. 7 TH 2 - 5PM
JOHN LAUTNER, ARCHITECT
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THE BERGREN RESIDENCE, 1953
7316CavernaDrive.com | Hollywood Hills | 2BD, 2BA | 1,582╠ SQ. FT.
Designed by arguably the most-sought after architect in Los Angeles real estate, this awe-inspiring
home has all the Lautner attributes: V-shaped roof, chevron shaped massing, non-rectangular
rooms, avant-garde use of concrete and wood, and a thrilling layout with jetliner views. Situated
just north of Runyon Canyon off Mulholland Drive, this ridgeline is where Lautner loved to build,
as evidenced by the highest concentration of Lautner designs anywhere, including the legendary
Garcia and Chemosphere Houses. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a world-class piece of
architectural history.
Offered at $1,999,000
PATRICIA REILLY TERCEK
SLOANE + SILVER
310.721.7600
Barry Sloane & Marc Silver
Patricia.Tercek@sothebyshomes.com
323.957.0016 ? 310.809.4656
Luxury Real Estate Advisor
Historic & Architecturally Significant Properties
BEVERLY HILLS BROKERAGE | 9665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 | sothebyshomes.com
Sotheby?s International Realty and the Sotheby?s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. Real estate
agents a?liated with Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. SIR DRE License Number: 899496
DRE License Numbers for All Featured Agents: Patricia Tercek, Barry Sloane, Marc Silver: 1214922, 01024594, 01875513.
OPEN HOUSE
Julia DeLorme
JuliaDeLorme.com
DRE: 01968580 | 310.729.1649
Julia@JuliaDelorme.com |
@JuliaDeLorme
SUNSET STRIP BROKERAGE | 9255 Sunset Blvd, Mezzanine., West Hollywood, CA 90069 | sothebyshomes.com
Sotheby?s International Realty and the Sotheby?s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. Real estate
agents a?liated with Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby?s International Realty, Inc. SIR DRE License Number: 899496
HOT PROPERTY
363huntley.com | 3bd/3ba | offered at $1,925,000
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363 HUNTLEY DRIVE
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Sunday, Oct. 7th 2-5pm
Tuesday, Oct. 9th 11-2pm
OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SUN 1-5
$6,888,000 | www.8381HOLLYWOOD.com | Sunset Strip
$4,395,000 | 1461 CASTELLO AVE | Beverlywood area
4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | STUNNING!
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS | PARK-LIKE HUGE
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS
Zack Grakal | Ben Bellet 310.770.1124
Edward Reilly 323.394.9036
OPEN SUN 2-5
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$2,795,000 | 20333 REIGATE | Topanga
OPEN SUN 2-5
$2,695,000 | 3483 STONER AVENUE | Mar Vista
5 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | RENOVATED
Tanya Starcevich Top Producer 310.739.4216
Scott Walker|Meghan Fitzgerald 310.571.8008
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4 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | LUXURY
OPEN SUN 2-5
$13,500,000 | 802 N. CRESCENT DRIVE | Beverly Hills
$1,775,000 | www.3314McLAUGHLINAVE.com | Mar Vista
$1,195,000 | 3807 SUNSET DRIVE | Los Feliz
5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS | TENNIS COURT
4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS
3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | MODERN ARCHITECTURAL
Diane Sharp 310.740.0414
Sherri Noel 310.994.8721
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
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$3,600,000 | 9038 WONDERLAND PARK AVE | Hllywd Hills
OPEN SAT & SUN 2 - 5
OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SAT 1-4
$920,000 | 2398 MONTE VERDE DRIVE | Los Angeles
$869,000 | 12121 ROCHESTER AVENUE | W. LA
$849,950 | 4949 GENESTA AVENUE | Encino
4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | GATED COMMUNITY
2 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | TOWNHOME
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | PENTHOUSE CONDO
INCOME OPPORTUNITY | DUPLEX
Shahla Atabaki 310.367.7336
Nick Shepherd 310.482.2107
Rita Semprevivo 310.994.3020
Shahla Atabaki 310.367.7336
$525,000 | 1600 W. 52ND STREET | Los Angeles
kw beverly hills | kw brentwood | kw hollywood hills | kw larchmont | kw los feliz | kw santa monica | kw paci?c palisades
OPEN SUN 1-5
O P E N SAT & S U N 2 - 5
OPEN SUN 2-5
$3,595,000 | 2306 BAGLEY AVENUE | Beverlywood
$3,195,000 | www.171VISTA.com | Grove
$2,995,000 | www.THEWILLOWGLENLA.com | Hllywd Hills
6 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHS | 4222 SF LOT
4 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHS | REMODELED
3 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHS | CANYON VIEWS!
Zack Grakal | Ben Bellet 310.770.1124
The Sunset Team 310.274.3900
Shawn Kormondy 323.638.7567
OPEN SUN 2-5
O P E N SAT & SU N 2-5
$2,495,000 | 3569 GRIFFITH PARK BLVD | Los Feliz
$2,195,000 | www.8819DORRINGTON.com | W. Hllywd
$1,999,888 | 211 S. SPALDING DR #S110 | Beverly Hills
5 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS
5 BEDROOMS | 5.5 BATHS | TRADITIONAL ESTATE
3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | UPDATED SPANISH
3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | LUXURY LIVING
Sherri Noel 310.994.8721
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
The Sunset Team 310.274.3900
Inna Santoso 310.424.0391
OPEN SAT 2-5
OPEN SUN 2-5
OPEN SUN 2-5
$995,000 | 4162 CHARLENE DRIVE | Los Angeles
$979,000 | 1618 N. PASS AVENUE | Burbank
$929,000 | 703 N. CHEROKEE AVENUE | Hllywd
2 BEDROOMS | 1 BATH | CHARMING TRADITIONAL
5 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | WINDSOR HILLS
3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | REMODELED
2 BEDROOMS | 1 BATH | REMODELED
George, Eileen & Laura Moreno 323.668.7600
Linda Roth 323.864.4211
Jason Woodruff 310.770.3101
Jason Woodruff 310.770.3101
$465,000 | 3015 DIVISION ST #217 | Los Angeles
$35,000 MO | www.1609VIEWMONT.com | Sunset Strip
$30,000 MO | 513 AVONDALE AVENUE | Brentwood
2 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | GLASSELL PARK
3 BEDROOMS | 4 BATHS | HH LUXURY LEASE
LEASE | 5 BEDROOMS | 7 BATHS | SPACIOUS
$15,000 MO | 341 N. CRESCENT HTS BLVD | Grove
LEASE | 5 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS
Omega Group-Mirella Nazarian 818.693.1957
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
Soraya Afari, Homa Taghavi 310.592.0311
Omega Group-Todd Michaud 310.429.8191
kw beverly hills | kw brentwood | kw hollywood hills | kw larchmont | kw los feliz | kw santa monica | kw paci?c palisades
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HOT PROPERTY
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$995,000 | 4011 CUMBERLAND AVENUE | Los Feliz
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$2,599,995 | www.12650WESTMINSTERAVE.com | Mar Vista
PALATIAL WELLINGTON SQUARE ESTATE
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Craig Ashley
310.488.7659
2208 Wellington Rd
West Adams, CA 90016
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
$1,195,000
602 N. Gardner St
Los Angeles, CA 90036
2175 Broadview Terrace
Hollywood Hills, CA 90036
$1,720,000
$1,199,000
Angela Roberts
Fred Holley
310.600.1799
310.780.7653
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5PM
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
531 N. Rossmore Ave #205
Hancock Park, CA 90004
8401 Fountain Ave #16
West Hollywood, CA 90069
$895,000
$840,000
David Rosen
Patrick Kibby
323.428.9277
323.308.9239
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
CORERealEstateGroup.com | 250 N Canon Drive | Beverly Hills | 90210 | 310.203.8300
ESTATE PROPERTIES
JOE LA CROIX
310.699.7804
OPEN SUN 14PM
FEATURE
$1,595,000
OPEN DAILY BY APPOINTMENT
11 COACH RD. RANCHO PALOS VERDES
$1,528,000
4 BD | 2 FULL, 1 ╬, 1 ╫ BA | Over 2700 SF on Half Acre + Lot
Private Retreat with Stunning View | Built for Entertaining! | Virtual tour address: www.11CoachRoad.com
SHARI BAKOTICH
DRE# 01086221
310.972.1612
2741 PALOS VERDES DRIVE NORTH
PALOS VERDES ESTATES $1,825,000
GAYLE PROBST
DRE# 01137236
310.410.9777
DRE # 00916311 | 01212762
COMING SOON IN SOUTHWOOD RIVIERA!
23541 ADOLPH AVE., TORRANCE
$995,000
4 BD , 2 Up/2 Down | 2 BA | 2,162 SF | Overlooking Lago Seco Park | Tile Roof | Enclosed Front Patio | Great Backyard
Open Floor Plan | 2 Car Garage w/Laundry | Has Potential of Spacious, Entertaining Dream Home - Just Add Some Stardust!
LYNN LORD
DRE# 00932611
310.567.5971
WHAT A THRILL - the perfect Mid-Century modern home that has been extensively remodeled
to perfection. New hardwood flooring & light fixtures including ceiling fans, extensive
electrical and plumbing upgrades, new sprinkler system, 12 new Milgard fiber glass windows
& coverings. The fireplaces have been refinished, the hallway extended as well as a new
custom patio & fountain. The totally new master suite has a walk-in closet and master bath
that includes large custom glass tiled shower, new vanity & toilet. A powder room was added
to make this home perfect for entertaining. The Jack and Jill bedrooms now have a new
bath with new tub, vanity & toilet. Enjoy cooking with the new 4 burner deluxe gas on black
tempered glass cooktop & new garbage disposal. Now...just relax and enjoy the beautiful
hillside views.
4 BD | 3 BA | Stunning & completely redesigned. This home has everything you are looking for!
From new systems to many fine designers highlights. Fabulous flowing open floor plan with all new interior, not to be missed.
KEVIN & KAZ GALLAHER
JANE ST. JOHN
DRE# 00998927
OPEN SAT/SUN 25PM
8910 RAYFORD DRIVE. WESTCHESTER
$1,639,000
Prestige and Privacy in this refreshed two-story, 4 Br+3Ba+Family Room home in Playa del Rey! Move-in Ready!
Bask in the sunshine in the grassy yard and Entertaining Patio. Meticulously maintained & upgraded systems.
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DRE# 01248586
7561 W. 82ND ST. PLAYA DEL REY
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 018
310.699.7804
NEW PRICE $1,695,000
4 BD | 3 BA | 2,000+ SF | Adjacent to Marina del Rey | Functionality, Tasteful Designer Finishes
Grassy Back Yard w/Patio | Walking Distance to Shopping, Restaurants, Movies & More
310.703.1859
310.977.9711
LOS ANGELES TIMES
JOE LA CROIX
DRE# 01248586
4130 LYCEUM AVE. LOS ANGELES
WON?T LAST!
23236 SESAME ST. ?D?, TORRANCE
$349,000
2 BD | 1.5 BA | Townhouse in the Heart of the South Bay-Torrance Easy Access to Frwy System
Private Patio | Upgraded Kitchen & Baths | Closets w/Built-ins | Community Pools | 2 Parking Spaces
LETICIA RIVERA
DRE 01183706
310.779.6892
HOT PROPERTY
$2,195,000
5 BD | 4 BA | 3048 SF | 6399 SF Yard | Built to a Standard, Not a Budget | High-end Finishes & Appliances
Beautiful Landscaping | Close to Cowan Elementary, Loyola Village, Frwy Access |Perfect for any Family
OPEN SUN 25PM
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7527 DUNBARTON AVE. LOS ANGELES
OPEN SUN 25 NEW CONSTRUCTION
LAA5904551-1
OPEN SUN 25 NEW CONSTRUCTION
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?THE BEVERLY HOUSE? GORDON KAUFMANN, 1927
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HOT PROPERTY
LOS ANGELES TIMES
HOLMBY HILLS FINEST ESTATE
LEGENDARY WALLACE NEFF ESTATE
Situated behind gates on two flat park-like acres. A world class
estate that has been completely rebuilt with the highest level
of taste, design, style, and craftsmanship. Once in a lifetime
opportunity to acquire an iconic property with a storied Old
Hollywood history. A stunning 2-story entry, grand living room,
high ceilings, screening/media, paneled library/den, wine cellar,
gourmet chef?s kitchen, spectacular master suite with his & her
baths, & much more. weahomes.com/listing/312-n-faring-rd
BEL AIR | $37,500,000
Built for studio mogul Sol Wurtzel, and the former home
of Howard Hughes, Prince Rainer, and Elvis Presley. One
of the most prized properties in all of old Bel Air, situated
on over 1.5 acres, and featuring stunning gardens, a pool,
and tennis court. Completely private and secluded from
the street behind iron gates. A stunning Spanish Colonial
mansion in perfect condition. Shown to pre-qualified
buyers only. weahomes.com/listing/10539-bellagio-rd
Kurt Rappaport
Kurt Rappaport
Kevin Booker
Kurt Rappaport
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
(310) 721-7736
CALBRE# 01869691
(310) 860-8889
CALBRE# 01036061
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BEVERLY HILLS | $135,000,000
By far the most important & iconic Mediterranean Estate in CA.
3.5+ acres in the heart of BH. Surrounded by manicured grounds,
wrought iron gates, and a sweeping 800ft driveway. Period
details abound including a 2-story wood paneled library, coved
ballroom, billiard room & tiled formal dining room. Once home
to William Randolph Hearst & honeymoon location for John F.
Kennedy. A rare offering for a collector of the finest architecture.
Co-listed. weahomes.com/listing/the-beverly-house
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM: 806 N. STANLEY AVE
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM: 831 DICKSON ST
BRENTWOOD | $5,900,000
LOS ANGELES | $4,150,000
VENICE-MDR | $3,395,000
Jetliner Ocean and City views from this 1.75-acre
promontory nestled on a private, gated street. Rare
opportunity for a builder or end-user alike to create a
secluded 8400sqft modern masterpiece only minutes from
Sunset Blvd and all the Westside has to offer. (Broker does
not guarantee the accuracy of sqft or plans, the buyer is
recommended to verify with appropriate professionals).
Co-listed. weahomes.com/listing/1739-westridge-rd
Wonderful modern farmhouse in desirable Melrose-Beverly
Grove district, newly built in 2017. This smart home offers an
open floor plan incorporating impeccable design and quality
finishes in every room. Includes an office off the foyer, a
spacious home theater, a gourmet kitchen and more. The large
family room with pocket folding doors opens to the lovely
garden featuring an outdoor fireplace, zero edge pool, and
spa. weahomes.com/listing/806-n-stanley-ave
REDUCED! Designed & built by award-winning European
architect, Roger Kurath, & beautifully expanded in 2012. Boasts
an inner courtyard with mahogany & glass accordion doors
leading to a tropical paradise. 2 master suites on the 2nd floor.
Open living space + designer kitchen & an add?l bed & bath on
the main floor. Built-in BBQ in the backyard with solar heated
salt water pool with Swim Current. Guest house studio apt & a
2-car garage. weahomes.com/listing/831-dickson-st
Dev Tailor
Jeffery Wong
Stephen Shapiro
Brian Teacher
(201) 456-3800
CALBRE# 01934879
(310) 617-8008
CALBRE# 02007985
(310) 860-8888
CALBRE# 01257836
(310) 994-5017
CALBRE# 01257369
WEAHOMES.COM
WESTSIDE ESTATE AGENCY
BEVERLY HILLS | 210 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 247-7770
MALIBU | ?In The Country Mart? 23410 Civic Center Way, Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1171
MIAMI | 2100 Ponce de Leon Blvd, 7th Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134 (305) 447-1471
Every One A Professional!
www.tricityre.com
Amazing Mid-Century beauty. Double doors leading to a grand foyer, living room,
formal dining, fireplace. Gourmet kitchen w/exquisite appliances; 5-Bedrooms,
2-Master suites, over 2900 sq. ft. Family room, HW flooring/split-level patio. 2-soothing
fountains. Central heat/air. Quiet residential street.
Dennis
Martino
(310)
980-2510
One level penthouse in Brentwood 1 block south of Wilshire. No common walls. Open
floor plan, light & bright, high ceilings, Master w/a walk-in closet, & bath w/ separate
tub & shower. Gourmet kitchen w/ SS appliances, granite counter tops, breakfast bar,
wood flooring. Dining rm or den, a romantic FP. From the living rm, is a large outdoor
balcony, your own private roof top deck.
$1,189,000
La CaЯada Flintridge
1433 Foothill Blvd.
818-790-9700
$1,285,000
PASADENA
LOS ANGELES
New to the market in almost three decades a unique opportunity to purchase a duplex
in the highly desirable Eagle Rock community. Property boasts two spacious units,
each with 1-Bedroom/1-Bathroom and nice-sized living/family room areas and dining.
Within walking distance of stores, entertainment and amazing restaurants.
$849,000
Barbara
Mahler
(323)
574-4330
Simone
Mc Cue
(626)
840-0060
Custom Built MID CENTURY MODERN on .95 Acres of fully landscaped grounds in the Kinneloa
Estates. Designed by Architect ARTHUR C.SWAB, large living areas, vaulted ceiling and walls of
glass, light & bright w/large windows & views of the beautiful gardens. Living rm & family rm w/brick
fireplace. Dining rm opens to the large deck w/city light views. Media rm downstairs w/3/4 bath can
be 5th bedrm. Cooled wine cellar. New copper plumbing. Many upgrades.
$2,195,000
Commercial
805 N. Central Ave.
818-499-0040
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 018
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George
Tavitian
(323)
363-7633
LOS ANGELES
$1,369,000
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New to the market in 14 years is a nice duplex boasting 1,580 sq ft of living space on a 5,376 sq
ft lot. The front unit is 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom w/a kitchen that was recently remodeled
w/stainless steel appliances, dark wood cabinets and washer/dryer hookups. The back unit is 1
bedroom and 1 bathroom. Both units are currently rented. This is a great opportunity to own a
fantastic income producing duplex in the Jewel City.
$827,000
Own a beautifully renovated Ranch style home. Ffeatures spacious dining rm/family
rm with recessed lighting, a corner fireplace, completely remodeled kitchen & baths.
Newer FA/CA and dual pane windows. Re-landscaped with charming walkways, a
covered patio. award winning schools
Levon
Matti
(818)
409-0040
LOS ANGELES TIMES
The Mc Nevin
Real Estate Team
(818)
298-5605
GLENDALE
LA CANADA
$1,190,000
Mediterranean estate with endless views, over 8000 sq. ft., 5 BD & 7 BA. Formal
dining & living rm, library, music rm, gourmet kitchen, family rm, master retreat &
huge terraces that overlook the w/breathtaking views. Lower level featuring 4 bdrms
w/en-suite BA, recreation rm, 2nd FR & theater rm. Pool & spa, FP built-in BBQ.
Elevator & 4 car garage.
$5,798,000
HOT PROPERTY
Contemporary View Home In Glendale. This One-Of-A-Kind home with stunning
views sits on its own Knoll, surrounded by beautiful nature. Over 3,000 sq ft of living
space. 19800 Sq.Ft. Lot. Great for indoor & outdoor entertainment.
Art
Avaness
(213)
505-7833
Glendale
811 N. Central Ave.
818-409-0040
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Rima
Hovagim
(818)
919-9252
RANCHO PALOS VERDES
GLENDALE
BROKER # 95-4176104
1129 BENEDICT CANYON DRIVE
BEVERLY HILLS
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INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY
IN BEVERLY HILLS
BELOW $3 MILLION
UPDATED TRADITIONAL HOME SET BACK FROM THE STREET WITH GATED COURTYARD ENTRY... DESIGNER APPLIANCED
KITCHEN WITH CENTER ISLAND. REMODELED BATHS WITH EXTENSIVE USE OF TILE AND STONE. 4 BEDROOM SUITES
(2 UP AND 2 DOWN) 6 BATHROOMS, APPRX 4000 SQ FT OF LIVING AREA. USED BRICK PATIO WITH HEATED PLUNGE
POOL. HANDS DOWN, THE BEST PRICED SINGLE FAMILY HOME IN BEVERLY HILLS PROPER NORTH OF SUNSET BLVD.
REDUCED TO $2,995,000
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OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
MICHAEL EISENBERG
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ESTATE
310.748.5410
www.1129BenedictCanyon.com
R E S I D E N C E S
www.michaeleisenberg.com
BRE #01234030
KELLER WLLIAMS BEVERLY HILLS
310 . 275 . 2222
Open House Sunday, October 7, 2-5pm
11470 Laurelcrest Road, Studio City, CA 91604
Roger Kennedy Design with Bernard Zimmerman, FAIA
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$ 1,895,000
Michael D. Phillips 310.927.9189
Exclusively Representing
$ 7,350,000
in Southern California
Crosby Doe Associates, Inc. DRE# 01844144 9312 Civic Center Drive #102 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 / 30 N. Raymond Avenue #404 Pasadena, CA 91103
HOT PROPERTY
Michael Rotondi, FAIA ? The Carlson-Reges Residence, 1922
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4-car garage, reflecting pool, 4,400 sf,
1/2-acre with gardens, pond and panoramic view of downtown
Christopher Pomeroy 917.838.4692
J93
Brewery Arts District
LOS ANGELES TIMES
S A T U R D A Y , O C T O B E R 6 , 2 018
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, den/office, city views to the San
Gabriel Mountiains and nearly 1/2 acre of gardens
Crosby Doe 310.428.6755
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 PM
NEW PRICE! - OPEN SUNDAY 2-5!
Open Sunday 2-5pm
By Appointment Only.
1129 Benedict Canyon Drive Beverly Hills Proper
$2,995,000 INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A HOME NORTH OF
SUNSET IN THE CITY OF BH FOR LESS THAN 3M ALMOST 4000 SQ FT 4 BD 6 BA
Beverly Hills
616 N.Arden Dr
$11,995,000 or lease @ $40,000/mo. Newly renovated grand 2sty gated
modern Spanish oasis. 5BD suites + lg outdoor guest/media rm/ba. Huge
fam rm. Mammoth cntr-isle kitch. Sep office area. Lush lawns/patios/pl/spa.
Beverlywood
9349 Kirkside Road
$3,995,000 Brand new custom authentic Spanish masterpiece on beautifully
tree lined Kirkside in coveted Beverlywood HOA! Open Sunday 2-5pm!
Brentwood
12000 Goshen Ave. #305
$1,488,000.00 2BR + 2.5BA Stunningly Designed 2 Story Penthouse w/ app
1900sf w/Den and Massive & Amazing 700+ sqft private rooftop terrace.Dramatic high ceilings, skylgihts and windows w/an abundance of light.
KELLER WILLIAMS BEVERLY HILLS/ EISENBERG
Coldwell Banker / Michael J. Libow
The RFC Group | Jacob Hausman & Meir Nemetsky
Coldwell Banker/ Gary Limjap
Beverly Hills
310-748-5410
Open Sunday 2-5PM
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310-926-3119
Brentwood
The Agency / Josh Myler
1367 Beckwith Ave
$5,495,000 Tremendous attention to detail. 4 en suite bedrooms, lovely master suite with balcony. Large living room with fireplace, formal dining room,
media room, powder room, secondary family/breakfast room.
Brentwood
11409 Waterford St
$3,295,000 Beachy, bright, transitional, and uplifting with an amazing open
floor plan that draws you to the backyard and pool. 5 bedrooms + loft area
includes a downstairs guest suite (currently set up as an office), 5 lovely baths.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
323-333-0301
Open Sunday 1-4pm
Brentwood
509 S.Westgate
$4,495,000 New construction home features 4 good sized bedrooms upstairs,
including a luxurious master suite, with walk in closet, spa like bathroom, romantic balcony overlooking the gorgeous back yard.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-621-1772
310-621-1772
310-621-1772
Brentwood
701 Claymont Dr
$4,095,000 Beautiful two-story entry greets you to this classic design with
volume ceilings, 3 skylights opens to a family loft and 4 Bd. Master bdrm w/
fireplace + 7 Baths. Fabulous backyard views from the kitchen and great room.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-621-1772
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM
Open Sunday 2-5
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Brentwood
375 Beloit Avenue
$1480000 Charming 2 bed 2 bath pied-a-terre in Brentwood Glen with hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, modern living/dining great room configuration,
updated/open stainless kitchen with bar and private inner courtyard
Century City
10337 Louisiana Ave
$2,995,000 This 5 bedroom + 4 bathroom home is elegant, sophisticated
and built to the highest standard with square footage that can no longer be
duplicated with the revised code. Fabulous entry and open floor plan.
Pacific Union International / James Bremner & Michael Simmons
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310.622.7445
310-430-0818
Open Sunday 2-5pm
Brentwood
814 Teakwood Road
$3325000 Situated on one of Brentwood?s most desirable streets, less than a
half mile from Kenter Canyon Elementary, this beautifully redone single-story,
mid-century home exudes charm and sophistication.
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Cheviot Hills
2715 Anchor Ave
$2,017,000 3 BR, 2╫ BA single level Cheviot Hills traditional home. Open
floor plan w/ living, dining & family rm. Sunny kitchen; large, peaceful master
suite overlooks lush, tranquil garden. Great indoor/outdoor living!
Nora & Peter Wendel - Coldwell Banker
3109793913
Open Sat & Sun 2pm - 5pm
Open Sunday 2 - 5
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7,685╠ sq.ft LOT IN LOS FELIZ
Culver City
4133 Vinton Ave
$2,899,000 -Gorgeous 3050sqft New Construction 4-Bedroom home in Culver
City?s Carlson Park! Open design with gourmet kitchen, & High-end finishes &
detached guest house. Near all the shops & restaurants in downtown Culver
Los Angeles
3713 West Blvd.
$1,326,000 Amazing completely remodeled 4 bedroom + 4 bath ( which includes separate ADU unit).Large bright rooms. H/W floors, recessed lighting,
nu A/C-Heat, windows, plumbing etc.Wonderful landscaped yard to entertain.
Los Angeles
1516 N Genesee Ave
$2,489,000 Set in Sunset Square, this Mediterranean boasts high ceilings,
lrg rooms, gorgeous tile & French doors. Renovated kitchen w/ built-ins & lrg
island. 3 BD?s are en-suite. 4th BD is on a private upper lvl.
Los Feliz
3616 Cadman Dr.
$875,000 Perfect for buyers looking to build a multimillion-dollar dream
house on a gorgeous 7,685╠ sq.ft cul-de-sac lot in prime Los Feliz. North of
Los Feliz Blvd., hugging serene Griffith Park, this property is dripping potential.
North Real Estate Services/Alex North
Kennon Earl | Rare Properties
Keller Williams/Todd Miller
310-923-5353
310-980-2225
424.230.7928
Sotheby?s Int. Rlty / Dan Hendrix
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Malibu
2987 Seabreeze Dr
$1515000 Stunning vineyard property with OMG ocean views! Beautiful 3Br +
office home has an open floor plan with a cook?s kitchen and a clean modern
flair. Check the surf from your bed, all about 1 mile from beach.A knockout!!
Mar Vista
3513 Ashwood Ave
$2,395,000 Stunning modern ?Mar Vista Woods? farmhouse by Riviera Property Group and well known designer will impress even the most discerning
buyer. Open and airy 4 bed + 4.5 ba with nearly 2800 sq ft of living space.
Coldwell Banker/Bill Rhodes
Coldwell Banker/ Ali Fall
3102932084
310-591-9172
Open Sunday 2-5pm
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Open Sunday 2-5pm
3710 Boise Ave
$1595000 Main house has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a nice balcony from the
master. Formal dining room, living room and fireplace. Additional to the main
residence is a rec-room with bath, separate from the main house.
Mar Vista
4281 Mildred Ave
$1099000 A flipper?s opportunity in the much sought after ?Del Rey? area of
west Culver City. Bungalow style 3 bedrooms + family room, 2 baths. It?s old and
funky, but the potential is definitely here. Great yard.
Out of Area
34450 Eureka Hill Road
$999999 Fantastic home on 23 acres with epic views in Point Arena. 3 hours
north of San Francisco and 20 minutes to the beach. High end construction
and materials, horse facilities, great hiking trails, and beautiful foliage.
Palms
3609 Greenfield Ave
$2,399,999 Two separate luxury private homes on the same lot, each with own
address. Front house is very light and bright 3 bed/3 baths with an open floor
plan.The rear house includes 3 bed/2 baths.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Cypress Properties
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-488-4410
Open Sunday 2-5pm
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Rancho Park
10534 Almayo Ave
$1,195,000 Two story home with 5 bedroom and 4 baths. Downstairs is great
for family and entertaining with living room, formal dining room, family room,
and 2 bedrooms.
Santa Monica
701 Ocean Avenue #PH-G
$3,998,000 Sophisticated 2 BD/2.5 BA+den Penthouse.Ocean vws from
the spacious terrace.Expansive ocean vws from the spectacular rooftop w/
pool,spa,BBQ.Concierge 24/7,banquet/fitness rm,Pvt storage &2-SXS pkg.
Santa Monica
921 Harvard St
$2,379,000 Fix this traditional 2 bedroom + 1.5 bathroom home, or take it
down and build a home of your dreams. 2 car garage with street and alley
access, giving builders an option. Home has been owned by the same family.
Studio City
4238 VANTAGE AVE
$1649900 Price Reduced! 5BR/5BA. Beautiful & spacious interior, open
kitchen w/center isl & stainless steel appliances. Glass sliding doors open to
a back yard, perfect for entertaining & weekend BBQ. Previously remodeled.
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
Coldwell Banker / Julie Lovett
Coldwell Banker/Ron Wynn
310-899-3514
Open House Sunday 2-5 PM
Open Sunday 2-5
Studio City
3806 Vantage Ave
$2,749,000 Set in desirable Silver Triangle area of Studio City, is this RARE 5
BD, 4.5 BA Traditional w/natural light, hardwd flrs & high ceilings. Bi-folding drs
that open to entire back of home & chefs ktch w/top of the line appliances.
Sunset Strip
1438 N. Doheny Drive
$3,795,000 Turnkey Contemp on coveted lower Doheny, 4 BRs+maid?s, 6 BAs,
over 4,000 SF. 2 sty entry, bright LR w/ fp & high clgs. Chef?s kit. Chic master w/
lg walk-in clos & lux bath. Media rm w/ bar & wine cellar, lush grounds & pool.
West Hollywood
Kennon Earl & Tom Davila | Compass
Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills South/ Judy Ross-Bunnage
Jeffrey Sandorf/The Agency
424.230.7928
310-621-1772
310-285-7504
1200 N Sweetzer Avenue #7
$1,599,000 Extraordinary modern, two-story penthouse located in prime West
Hollywood.This immaculate 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence has a sophistication of luxury and style that feels like a private art studio.
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West Los Angeles
11967 Nebraska Ave. #2
$995,000.00 3 BR + 2.5 BA in Spacious Contemporary Townhome w/approx
1500 sqft in small 4 unit complex. Separate loft could be guest room/office.
Private patio plus sundeck w/views of mountain and city.
Coldwell Banker/ Gary Limjap
310-430-0818
Open Sunday 2-5pm
Open Sunday 2-5
Open Sunday 2-5
West Los Angeles
11515 La Grange Ave
$2,175,000 Modem, newly constructed stand-alone twnhm w/hi ceils, multiple outdoor spaces, 3 en suite bdrms & pvt balcs. Rooftop view studio w/
balcony. Main level has open flr plan. 2-car gar, 3 zone A/C.
Westchester
5611 W 79th Street
$985,000 Totally remodeled, 2 bed 3 bath Osage home featuring wood floors,
open floorplan, gourmet center-island kitchen with stainless appliances, private Master suite, den, large flat gated lot and covered patio.
Westwood
740 Thayer Avenue
$3,995,000 Updated 4 bed 3.5 bath plus bonus room Little Holmby Trad on a
flat lot with hardwood floors, formal living/dining, gourmet kitchen and family
room, master suite, private yard with patio/spa and Warner School
Coldwell Banker | Mike Cockinos
James Bremner / Pacific Union International
Pacific Union International / James Bremner
310.622.7445
310-777-6375
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310-612-5606
Coldwell Banker / Joyce Essex Harvey
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Westwood
2366 Kelton Ave
$2395000 Spectacular new classic traditional style home in Westwood. 4 spacious bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Step through the custom wood front door
and be greeted with high ceilings, crown molding throughout.
Coldwell Banker/ Adam Glick
310-488-4410
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