T/california

  1. Your Coffee Is From Where? California? Business, May 26

    Farmers in Southern California are nurturing coffee bushes in what may be the first serious effort to commercialize beans from the contiguous United States....

  2. At Bay Area Restaurant, Roadside Food With a California Accent Travel, May 26

    The chef at Dad’s Luncheonette is an alumnus of Saison, the wildly expensive San Francisco spot. Dad’s is anything but....

  3. The Assault on Colleges — and the American Dream Op Ed, May 25

    With state funding way down, top public colleges are replacing high-achieving lower-income students with affluent ones....

  4. Dani Mathers, Former Playboy Model, Gets Community Service for Snapchat of Woman in Gym National, May 25

    Ms. Mathers must remove graffiti in Los Angeles after taking a photograph of a naked 70-year-old in a shower area, in a case seen as body shaming....

  5. 21 Across U.S. Are Indicted in ‘Modern-Day Sex Slave’ Ring National, May 25

    The operation ran for at least eight years and involved hundreds of mostly young Thai women who were shuttled between American cities as prostitutes, officials said....

  6. Surprise for a Mother Who Helped Her Paralyzed Son in Every Class National, May 25

    Judy O’Connor was by her son’s side throughout his studies at Chapman University, in Orange, Calif. On Saturday, she was awarded an honorary M.B.A. degree....

  7. How Amanda Chantal Bacon Perfected the Celebrity Wellness Business Magazine, May 25

    Deciphering the rise of a lifestyle guru who sells self-absorption as the ultimate luxury product....

  8. Real Life Film Noir in San Francisco Multimedia/Photos, May 25

    When Pamela Gentile became the staff photographer for the San Francisco International Film Festival, the event became her muse, with her photos evoking a sense of film noir mystery....

  9. Real Life Film Noir in San Francisco Lens, May 25

    When Pamela Gentile became the staff photographer for the San Francisco International Film Festival, the event became her muse, with her photos evoking a sense of film noir mystery.

  10. Landslide Closes Section of Popular Coastal Highway in California Express, May 24

    More than a million tons of fallen dirt and rock has forced the closure of a section of Highway 1 in California....

  11. Daily Report: From Lean to Fat Start-Ups Business, May 24

    Silicon Valley, which once favored enterprises that didn’t require much capital, is flush with cash, and entrepreneurs are tackling big — some would say crazy — ideas....

  12. Several Athletes Have Defective Medals From Rio Olympics Sports, May 24

    The American wrestlers Kyle Snyder and Helen Maroulis and the beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings are among at least 100 athletes with damaged medals....

  13. Sharing Moroccan Shakshuka With Mourad Lahlou Dining, May 22

    The San Francisco chef believes in the powerful connection of eating from the same pot, no plates required....

  14. ‘The Internet Is Broken’: @ev Is Trying to Salvage It Sunday Business, May 20

    The Twitter co-founder, Evan Williams, reflects on what the social media service has wrought on society and how he is trying to change things with Medium, the publishing site....

  15. F.B.I. Once Warned G.O.P. Congressman That Russian Spies Were Recruiting Him National, May 19

    The 2012 warning to Dana Rohrabacher, an ally of President Trump, shows that the F.B.I. has for years viewed Russian spies as having a hand in Washington....

  16. Two Men Are Sentenced to 3 Years for Attack on Sikh Man National, May 18

    The men, who punched the victim in the face and used a knife to cut his hair, pleaded no contest to assault with a hate crime enhancement....

  17. The Ideal Aperitif: Good Vermouth, Cool and Fragrant Dining, May 18

    Sweet or dry and infused with herbs, spices and botanicals, this often misunderstood fortified wine whets the appetite....

  18. First Came the Hydrogen Cars. Now, the Refilling Stations. Business, May 18

    California has 30 hydrogen refilling stations, and automakers are poised to add stations in the Northeast, from New York to Boston....

  19. L.A. Reincarnation: New Art Spaces in Vintage Settings Arts & Leisure, May 18

    Forget sleek architecture. Museums are finding unlikely homes in places like a Masonic temple and a historic bank....

  20. Why Close Encounters With Animals Soothe Us Magazine, May 18

    Compton Jr. Posse in Los Angeles, which brings inner-city children and horses together, reveals the therapeutic power of communing with fellow sentient beings....

  21. ‘After Losing My Sight, I’ve Learned to Go Into the Unknown’ Video, May 18

    Paradox Sports runs adaptive climbing trips for people with disabilities. In this 360 video, rock climbers like Shawn Sturges, who is blind, learn new techniques at Joshua Tree National Park....

  22. $850,000 homes in Indiana, Louisiana and California Real Estate, May 17

    A cedar-and-glass house in Michigan City; an Acadian-style home in New Orleans; and a modernist retreat in Palm Springs....

  23. What You Get for … $850,000 Slideshow, May 17

    A cedar-and-glass house in Michigan City; an Acadian-style home in New Orleans; and a modernist retreat in Palm Springs....

  24. What You Get for … $850,000 Slideshow, May 17

    A cedar-and-glass house in Michigan City; an Acadian-style home in New Orleans; and a modernist retreat in Palm Springs.

  25. Highway Robbery Targets the Poor Op Ed, May 17

    With its new express lanes, California is speeding backward....

  26. Agreements That Lock Up Workers, Legally Editorial, May 16

    Contracts barring even low-paid employees from leaving for a competing company hurt the economy and workers....

  27. Ex-Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca Is Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison National, May 12

    The former leader of the country’s largest sheriff’s department, Mr. Baca was convicted in March of obstructing a federal investigation into the county’s troubled jails....

  28. Jeremiah Goodman, the Rembrandt of 20th-Century Rooms Styles, May 12

    The artist painted the homes of the rich and stylish, including Diana Vreeland. At 94, he’s getting a gallery retrospective....

  29. Los Angeles Is All In for the 2024 Olympics National, May 12

    Most cities have shunned the Games because of the cost and security concerns of hosting them. Los Angeles already has most of what’s needed, including public support....

  30. Mother’s Day Op Ed, May 11

    When seeing your mother means a trip to prison....

  31. Judge John Hodgman on the Vegan Lunch Spot Magazine, May 12

    The court will now hear the expert witness describe the composition of the “egg” salad....

  32. L.A.’s Vintage Bookstores T Style, May 11

    These shops — and their keepers — offer a window into the heart of a surprisingly literary city....

  33. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Multimedia/Photos, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze....

  34. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Lens, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze.

  35. As Department Stores Close, Stitch Fix Expands Online Business, May 10

    The start-up had $730 million in sales last year and raised just $42 million, a relatively modest sum for a high-flying Silicon Valley start-up....

  36. Los Angeles Restaurant Scene Is on the Move and Mixing It Up Dining, May 9

    Few cities are showing as much change as this one, with chefs seeking out cheaper neighborhoods and forging new blends of immigrant cuisines....

  37. The Los Angeles Restaurant Scene Keeps Evolving Slideshow, May 9

    New restaurants are taking risks and celebrating the unpredictable....

  38. The Los Angeles Restaurant Scene Keeps Evolving Slideshow, May 9

    New restaurants are taking risks and celebrating the unpredictable.

  39. Rothschild and Company to Open Office in San Francisco Business, May 9

    Under a new hire, Chris Gaertner, the office plans to focus on how technology is altering existing business....

  40. San Diego Police Find Suicide Note on Teenager Shot After 911 Call National, May 7

    The police say officers answering the call fatally shot the 15-year-old on Saturday in a school parking lot after he refused to drop a BB gun he was holding....

  41. Daily Report: Uber Stays in the Spotlight Business, May 5

    A report that Uber is the subject of a federal criminal probe over a tool to foil regulatory crackdowns is only one of the troubles the company has faced....

  42. California Today: Democrats See a Launching Pad in Trump National, May 5

    Friday: Democrats bask in the Trump spotlight, Chinese opposition to the Dalai Lama’s visit to U.C. San Diego, and a light installation atop the Salesforce Tower....

  43. No Country for This Old Man Op Ed, May 5

    Trump, as president, hasn’t been west of the Mississippi. Now he’s punishing the region, blue and red states alike....

  44. From Denim to Beard Oil, Variety Reigns at a Los Angeles Boutique Styles, May 4

    Individual Medley, in the homey and hip Atwater Village neighborhood, has “a small amount of a lot of things,” including, yes, an apothecary section....

  45. Alanis Morissette’s Former Manager Sentenced to Prison for Fraud Weekend, May 4

    The manager, Jonathan Todd Schwartz, said at a hearing Wednesday, “I will spend the rest of my life asking for forgiveness.”...

  46. California Today: Waiting on the Promise of Stem Cells National, May 4

    Thursday: Checking in on the state’s stem cell agency, asylum seekers are turned away at the border, and the wonders of San Diego’s Balboa Park....

  47. Companies Compete but Won’t Let Their Workers Do the Same Op Ed, May 4

    Once reserved for upper management, noncompetes now cover one-sixth of the nation’s workers, restricting choice and suppressing wages....

  48. Why Hollywood’s Most Thrilling Scenes Are Now Orchestrated Thousands of Miles Away Magazine, May 4

    The visual effects industry, and the “movie magic” blockbuster films spend huge shares of their budgets on, are being lured away from California — and into two of the most expensive cities in the world....

  49. Los Angeles’s Newest Healthy Place to Eat — and Shop T Style, May 3

    Botanica, which started as an online magazine in December, now has a restaurant and market in Silver Lake....

  50. ‘Eyewitness Views,’ at the Getty in Los Angeles, Illustrates History Arts & Leisure, May 3

    Before photography, public events grand and small were often painted. This new exhibition shows an evolution of 18th-century history on canvas....

  51. California Today: An Ancient Blood Sport in Modern California U.S., May 3

    Wednesday: Battling an ancient blood sport, a move to blacklist border wall contractors, and high marks for value at U.C. Berkeley.

  52. My Medicaid, My Life Opinion, May 3

    It is more than a health care program. It is a life-giving one. And I am proof.

  53. Trump: Crazy Like a Fox, or Just Crazy? Opinion, May 3

    The president’s remarks about his first 100 days have been simply bizarre.

  54. Hollywood Writers Kept the Heat on Studios to Win Their Contract Business Day, May 2

    The Writers Guild said that the near-unanimous backing of its members allowed for “unprecedented gains,” including $130 million more for its members.

  55. Daily Report: Airbnb Smooths Over a Legal Dispute Technology, May 2

    Airbnb settled a lawsuit it had filed against San Francisco, essentially giving the city what it was seeking while ridding itself of a major legal hassle.

  56. California Today: Use Less Water, Pay Higher Bills U.S., May 2

    Tuesday: Water agencies plan rate increases, a deal to avert a writers’ strike, and a look back at California’s role in school desegregation.

  57. Going Digital to Rescue Food Opinion, May 2

    Programs designed to avoid wasting food are now using algorithms and networks to match food to hungry people.

  58. On Safari in the City: A Guide to Urban Wildlife Viewing Travel, May 2

    On your next visit to Austin, Chicago or other urban ecosystems, keep an eye out for coyotes, prairie dogs and free-tailed bats.

  59. Airbnb Settles Lawsuit With Its Hometown, San Francisco Technology, May 1

    The company agreed to the city’s demand for more information about its hosts, ending one of its most pressing regulatory fights.

  60. California Today: Down to the Wire in Hollywood U.S., May 1

    Monday: A looming writers’ strike, a mass shooting in San Diego, and an obituary for an accordionist heartthrob from Fresno.

  61. Gunman Killed After Mass Shooting at San Diego Pool Party U.S., May 1

    One person was killed and at least six wounded before the police shot and killed the attacker, who was “distraught” after a breakup, the authorities said.

  62. Too Scared to Report Sexual Abuse. The Fear: Deportation. U.S., April 30

    There has been a sharp downturn in reports of sexual assault and domestic violence among Latinos in the months since the presidential election.

  63. Hacker Leaks Episodes From Netflix Show and Threatens Other Networks Business Day, April 29

    The hacker or hackers, known as “thedarkoverlord,” demanded ransom after stealing 10 episodes of the next season of “Orange Is the New Black.”