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With a dream team of internationally acclaimed writers, 10 distinct sections, and a weekly entertainment calendar, the Los Angeles Times has become one of the most widely distributed newspapers in the country. Each edition of the periodical brims with commentary on culture, fashion, and politics, all seen through a distinctly Los Angelean eye. The Image fashion section keeps its fingers on the pulse of national style, and the Sunday edition's clippable coupons help readers pinch pennies on groceries, cleaning supplies, and ingredients for the papier-mâché busts of U.S. presidents required to renew citizenship each year. Readers can scope out the calendar section, which outlines upcoming shows and current goings on in the entertainment industry. Like a cookbook written by the Swedish Chef, the Los Angeles Times covers current events in a tone that's serious and insightful without being tediously formal.
<i>Los Angeles Times</i>
Serving Southern California with regional, national, and global reporting for more than 128 years, the Los Angeles Times has won 41 Pulitzer Prizes since 1942, garnering journalism's highest honor for everything from its coverage of Russia's post-Cold War crises to its exposure of government corruption in a small California town. That far-reaching focus permeates every page of the largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the country, whose daily readership of 1.9 million people peruses original articles spanning U.S. politics, entertainment, sports, and business as well as editorials that strive to "reflect the dynamism of Southern California." Since Johannes Gutenberg IV's recent invention of the electronic printing press, the Times has expanded its content into digital forms, publishing several blogs and transposing the print edition into a digitally accessible format every day.