Four years after a group of Jewish partygoers accused a hotel owner of anti-Semitic discrimination — and two years after a jury found in favor of the group — the case is about to return to court.
The former assistant food and beverage director at the Hotel Shangri-La is the only person who claimed to have heard hotel owner Tehmina Adaya say she wanted to eject the “f—ing Jews” from the pool at the hotel she and her family own.
In 2011, when Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law abolishing California’s community redevelopment agencies, he eliminated the primary sources of funding that had helped build affordable housing across the state.
Dan Schnur isn’t backing off from his push to reform the electoral system in the Golden State.
When the first round of voting in the race to succeed Rep. Henry Waxman wrapped up on June 3, voters in the 33rd Congressional district had handed Elan Carr, a Republican Jewish gang prosecutor, a first place finish.
A voter’s guide to the races for the 33rd Congressional District and Los Angeles County’s 3rd Superv
When voters in and around Los Angeles head to the polls on June 3, they will confront a buffet of candidates running for a wide array of powerful positions.
Since the 1990s, Rabbi Harold Ten has been helping gravely ill Jews and their families navigate the health care system.