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Photo by Irfan Khan (@pixtakerIrfan ) Concepcion Ramirez, left, grandmother of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos, at the end of funeral services held at Saint Junipero Serra Parish in Quartz Hills. Anthony Avalos is the Lancaster boy who was allegedly tortured to death by his mother and her boyfriend. • • • #sad #restinpeace #news #california #tragic
Photo by Jay L. Clendenin (@jlcvisuals | @jaylclendenin ) Jodie Turner-Smith from the television series "Nightflyers," photographed in the L.A. Times Photo and Video Studio at Comic-Con 2018, in San Diego, CA. • • • #comiccon #jodieturnersmith #actor #actress #tv #television #nightflyers #sandiego #comiccon2018
Photo by Allen J. Schaben (@alschaben | @cruisingthecoast ) A changing climate at Mono Lake could mean more dust storms in the Eastern Sierra — or less water for L.A. Famous for its towering, craggy tufa formations, Mono Lake's shoreline is prone to dust storms. Mono Lake is the remnant of a vast inland sea, where fresh alpine runoff cascading from Sierra slopes combines with salty water that is home to brine shrimp and the second-largest California gull colony in the state. As this drought-stricken lake recedes, its exposed alkaline flats are giving rise to dust storms and the unwanted distinction of being the largest source of powder-fine air pollution in the United States. Unless the region gets a significant amount of rain soon, Los Angeles' ability to divert snowmelt from Mono tributaries - which it has done for eight decades - could be severely curtailed, and possibly cut off. The record runoff produced by historic snowfall in 2017 failed to raise Mono's shoreline enough to cover stretches of shoreline prone to toxic dust storms, or rise to a level established by the California State Water Resources Control Board in 1994 to resolve a dispute between environmentalists and the city 350 miles south. Air regulators want the LA Department of Water and Power to reduce the amount of water it exports annually from the region, but the agency says it has no intention of sacrificing water supplies for its growing customer base in a time of climate change. • • • #climatechange #monolake #leevining #environment #california #pollution
Photo by Genaro Molina (@genaro4707 ) The Brady Bunch house at 11222 Dilling Street is on the market for $1.8 million in North Hollywood. The Brady Bunch house is a traditional-style residence in the Colfax Meadows neighborhood and was used for all outdoor representations of the television family home. Violet and George McCallister bought the two-bedroom, three-bathroom house in 1973 for $61,000, records show. • • • #bradybunchhouse #houseforsale #home #house #bradybunch #forsale #landmark #california #tv #television
Photo by Patrick T. Fallon (@patrickfallon ) Harry Styles performs live during the final night of his tour at The Forum on Saturday, July 14, 2018 in Inglewood, CA. • • • #harrystyles #concert #tour #liveshow #music #musician #entertainer #entertainment
Photo by Marcus Yam (@yamphoto ) Guatemalan asylum seeker Hermelindo Che Coc embraces his 6-year-old son, Jefferson Che Pop, after reuniting with him at LAX. The father and son were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border and have been separated for nearly 2 months. The boy and his father had come north to seek asylum, fleeing crime in Guatemala. They’d left behind the boy’s mother and two younger siblings. On May 28, the two were detained near El Paso and separated the following day. For 25 days, Che Coc was detained without any news about his son. He was given a phone number to call, but the calls wouldn’t go through. Visit latimes.com to read the full story. • • • #immigration #reunited #news #currentevents #america #usa #family
Photo by Kent Nishimura (@kentnish ) Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling (@ross_stripling ) pitches against the Los Angeles Angels during a Major League Baseball game at Angel Stadium on Saturday, July 7, 2018 in Anaheim, California. • • • #baseball #summer #rossstripling #dodgers #la #losangeles #mlb #angels #angelstadium #sports #athlete #california #patterns
Photo by Christina House (@therealchristinahouse ) Smoke billows from a brush fire in Griffith Park near Griffith Observatory on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. • • • #fire #brushfire #hot #heat #griffithpark #smoke #la #losangeles
Photo by Gabriel Scarlett (@gabescarlett ) A skim boarder rides the shoreline whitewater at The Wedge in Newport Beach. Tropical storm Fabio, which is now off the Pacific Coast of Mexico, is pushing big waves to south-facing beaches. • • • #newportbeach #thewedge #fabio #tropicalstorm #pacificocean #ocean #waves #surf #board #summer #heatwave #california #beach #calilife #beachlife #socal
Photo by Kent Nishimura (@kentnish ) Palm trees at the Leilani Community Association Park are cast in silhouette by the lava and ash plume coming out of Fissure No. 8 near the Leilani Estates community in the Kilauea Lower East Rift Zone. • • • #hawaii #lava #volcano #island #summer #natural #naturaldisaster #leilani #palmtrees
Photo by Clay Willcockson The clock on the Los Angeles Times building undergoes repair after storm damage on Jan. 22, 1952. Electrician Spencer Price swings in a boatswain's chair. This photo appeared in the Jan. 23, 1952, Los Angeles Times. • • • #tbt #throwback #throwbackthursday #history #archive #fromthearchive #latimes #latimesbuilding #historic #historicbuilding #lastdays #downtown #dtla #losangeles #downtownla #la #bw #blackandwhite #film #analog #slowphotography
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