(City of Gold) This Saturday would have been Jonathan Gold’s 58th birthday, and several buildings and monuments around Los Angeles will light up gold that evening to honor the late restaurant critic. The Los Angeles Times will light a tribute to Gold on its new building in El Segundo as the sun sets. After sundown, landmarks including Los Angeles City Hall, the Wilshire Grand Center, the Broad, U.S. Bank Tower, Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain in Grand Park, the Natural History Museum, pylons at LAX and Pacific Wheel on the Santa Monica Pier will be illuminated for the occasion. Additional venues, including the Wiltern, the Ford Theatres, the Theatre at Ace Hotel, Chinatown Summer Nights and the Fairplex in Pomona will also display messages and projections in Gold’s honor. A public tribute event is being planned for downtown Los Angeles on Aug. 26. More details will be announced in the coming days.
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Three passengers in critical condition after plane goes off runway at Catalina Airport Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies and firefighters assist three people who were involved in a single-engine plane crash on Catalina Island. (Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department) Three people were taken to the hospital following a plane crash Wednesday on Catalina Island, authorities said. About 9:45 a.m., lifeguards with the Los Angeles County Fire Department rushed to the scene of the crash at Catalina Airport and recovered three people, the agency said in a tweet. The three were taken to the hospital and listed in critical condition. — LA County Sheriff’s (@LASDHQ) July 25, 2018 According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the trio was aboard a single-engine Piper PA-32. The plane had gone off the end of the runway, officials said. Photos taken by the sheriff’s Avalon branch show the plane’s nose sloped toward the ground and its propellers crumpled under the body of the plane. A yellow tarp covered part of the cabin.
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