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54 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (10-29-18 to 11-2-18)

This week, from Monday, October 29 to Friday, November 2, features Spooky Films at The Wiltern, CREEPsHOW at The Satellite, Killer Trivia at The Mermaid bar, a Willy Wonka costume ball, lots of Halloween parties on Wednesday, as well as Día de los Muer

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City Mobility Plan in Freefall - Santa Monica Mirror

In their latest column, SMa.r.t. takes a critical look at the City of Santa Monica's Shared Mobility Plan for dockless scooters and bikes.

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41 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. [9-14-2018 to 9-16-2018]

This weekend, from Friday, September 14 to Sunday, September 16, features dOGUMENTA, Roaring Nights at the LA Zoo, a Vintage Vibe Festival, the Los Angeles Taco Takeover, Metro's Pride of the Valley,  and MUCH more.

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The Weird Thing to Know About Renting an Apartment in L.A.

The one trend I’ve noticed in all my research and browsing (besides rent prices that make you feel slightly nauseous)? A lot of rental properties don’t include this.

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Everything you need to know about scooters, bike share, dockless bikes in Los Angeles

LA just passed new scooter regulations. Here’s our updated guide on how to rent and where to ride

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50 Awesome Things To Do for Labor Day Weekend in L.A. [8-31-2018]

This Labor Day weekend, from Friday, August 31 to Sunday, September 3, features The Taste, the L.A. County Fair, Made in LA Fest, Fiesta Hermosa, Broad Fest, a Vegan Street Fair,  and MUCH more.

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A Week In Los Angeles, CA, On A $36,400 Salary

"After that, we make a stop at an awesome Mexican place and I order chips and guac. It's fantastic. I pick up my car and move it into the office lot. $5.45"

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June Gloom: What California Beaches Are Really Like in the Summer

Find out what June Gloom is, when and where it happens in California, and what to do if you are visiting California during the summer months.

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How to Eat Like a Local in L.A.'s Best Dining 'Hoods - Los Angeles Magazine

6 reasons to brave traffic for a great dinner out

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22 Really Cool Things to do This April in Los Angeles!

April 2018 event highlights include the opening of the Museum of Selfies, the L.A. Times Festival of Books, the Broke LA Music & Arts Fest, a pop-up mini golf course in Little Tokyo, Sleepless at The Music Center, and much more.

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Museums Free-for-All Day 2018

SoCal Museums has announced the 13th Annual Museums Free-for-All on Sunday, January 28, 2018. Dozens of museums—presenting art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science—will open their doors and invite visitors to attend their museums free of c

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Life in the fast lane: Why 4 LA techies put up with their crazy commutes | Built In Los Angeles

For some lucky commuters, a 15-minute joy ride or 20-minute subway trip is all it takes. For everyone else, well, buckle in.

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How to Celebrate Labor Day in LA

IT'S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN! TIME TO KICK BACK, RELAX, AND CELEBRATE THE ECONOMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF AMERICAN WORKERS (THAT'S US!) AND BOY ARE WE READY.

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How Gentrification is Changing the LA Food Scene

Gentrification of Los Angeles is transparent through the food scene as locals and businesses evolve and adapt to a blend of incoming cultures.

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Best Ways to Experience the Solar Eclipse in LA

On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible in totality within a band across the entire contiguous United States. Before we head out to enjoy our weekend, we wanted to make sure you get the best view and experience on Monday!

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35 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About [2-27-17 to 3-3-17]

This week, from Monday, Feb. 27 to Friday, Mar. 3, features Lebowski Fest, Food Fare 2017, a Great Horror Movie Night in Griffith Park, and LOTS more.

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How LA Banks Got Their Mid-Century Mosaics and Murals

Why do so many Los Angeles-area banks have amazing murals, mosaics, and sculptures? It's mostly the the work of the Millard Sheets Studio, which starting in the fifties designed more than 100 Home...

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What's open on Thanksgiving day in Los Angeles

If you're going to be in town for the holiday, find out what's open on Thanksgiving day this year, from L.A. attractions to a Korean spa

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L.A. City Council Votes To Ban People From Living Inside Cars And RVs

This is the second time Los Angeles has banned people from living inside vehicles. The first ban was struck down in 2014 in a federal court of appeals.

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Could LA’s rail system ever look like this?

Meet the "2090 map."

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Santa Monica traffic has 'finally hit the tipping point'

City manager says the city has never seen this number of visitors before

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Los Angeles: Fourth of July Block Party | Grand Park

If you're on the hunt for a cheap, lively way to celebrate Uncle Sam, shake it over to Grand Park, and watch Downtown LA light up for free! This Fourth of July,

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Where to Watch July 4th Fireworks in LA

Fourth of July is fast approaching and we have plenty of suggestions for where to see some of the many fireworks shows around the country. Whether you're looking for a front-row seat or a spot away from the crowds, we've got you covered.

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L.A.'s Historic Hiking Destinations | KCET

There are plenty of Los Angeles hikes for those that enjoy a bit of beautiful decay.

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48 Awesome Things to do This Father’s Day Weekend in L.A. [6-17-16 to 6-19-16] –

Los Angeles provides no limit of things to do, some awesome and some not so awesome. Since time is precious in this fast paced city, we decided to curate a list of things to do in Los Angeles every week end that’ll help you decide how you want to spend your limited supply of attention (not to mention dollars!).

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Mell Lazarus dies at 89; Woodland Hills cartoonist behind 'Momma' and 'Miss Peach' - LA Times

Mell Lazarus’ mother was unfazed by her son’s famous comic strip about a nagging, meddling mother.

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50 Awesome Things to do This Weekend in L.A.!

This weekend (June 3 to June 5) includes the Los Angeles Bread Festival, a He-Man convention, First Fridays, KCRW Summer Nights, a Dog Film Festival, giant bunny sculptures, and LOTS more to choose from.

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17 Offbeat, Kinda Weird, But Totally Cool Things to Do in L.A.

Los Angeles is a strange place full of fascinating, fun, and offbeat things to be done and seen. Here are a few favorites.

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Coachella's 'Broke' Alternative Announces This Year's Lineup, New Name

The annual alternative to the much pricier Coachella music festival boasts over 50 acts, artists and comedians for around $20.

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Oscars Traffice Nightmare As Joe Biden’s Back To Attend Academy Awards | Deadline

With Vice-President Joe Biden in town for the weekend, the Oscars are on lockdown and there are road closures galore by the LAPD

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You Can Take a Train to the Beach Starting in Spring

A long-awaited light-rail train from downtown to the beach will become reality May 20, Metro CEO Phil Washington announced today. The Expo Line will extend 6.6 miles from Venice and Robertson boulevards in Culver City to Colorado Avenue and Fourth Street

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Girl Scout sells cookies outside pot dispensary: 117 boxes in 2 hours - LA Times

It's that time of year again. Time when your local market entrances are flooded with Girl Scouts selling boxes of Samoas, Tagalongs and Thin Mints. But one 13-year-old Girl Scout in San Francisco and her mother made a rather business-savvy decision to sel

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Joni Mitchell Inspired New Restaurant in Los Angeles | MissOpen

The restaurant’s name, Estrella, comes from Mitchell’s song “Ladies of the Canyon.” The hippie-styled restaurant features a cocktail inspired by Joni Mitchell, and it is located on Sunset Boulevard. Estrella serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner a

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The 10 Most Shameful Things to Admit in Los Angeles | L.A. Weekly

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world. Unfortunately, that diversity doesn't always extend to its opinions. This is a city that has...

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John Lennon's 75th birthday to be marked Friday in Hollywood

Los Angeles will join several cities worldwide hosting events on Friday to commemorate what would have been John Lennon’s 75 th birthday.

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L.A. Metro Piggybacks Off Dodgers' Victory To Troll New York And San Francisco: LAist

Riding high off the Dodgers clinching the division last night, L.A.'s Metro decided to punch above its weight class and pick fights with transit systems baseball fans actually use. After the Dodgers clinched the National League West (behind another Clayton Kershaw gem) against the rival Giants in San Francisco, Metro fired the first shot at Muni:

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South Pasadena Officer Helps Save Distraught 12-Year-Old Girl Who Threatened to Jump Off Bridge: Police | KTLA

A South Pasadena police officer was credited with saving the life of a 12-year-old girl who was clinging to a local bridge and threatening to jump from it on Tuesday night, authorities said.

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Do you know the unfriendliest cities in the world? L.A. and Las Vegas made the dubious top 10 - LA Times

Travel + Leisure readers pick Moscow as the unfriendliest city on the planet. Here's the list of 30 cities perfect for curmudgeons who like to travel.

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The L.A. Guide to True Detective: What Lies Beneath - Los Angeles Magazine

The penultimate episode of season two takes a tour of L.A.’s underground tunnels

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The Big Parade: L.A.'s Most Ambitious Walking Tour - CityLab

Who says no one walks in L.A.? The Big Parade is a two-day walk in Los Angeles. It includes about 100 public stairways over 35 miles, from downtown to Mt. Hollywood. The walk runs on a timetable, and is designed as a series of attached loops, so that people can come and go as they please.

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Dodgers' Fernando Valenzuela becomes a U.S. citizen - LA Times

Fernando Valenzuela has accomplished plenty in his 54 years -- Rookie of the Year, Cy Young award, World Series champion, no-hitter.

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See How Amazing Downtown LA Will Look if They Build a Park Over the 101 Freeway

There hasn't been much movement of note on the plan to cap the 101 Freeway through Downtown since way back in 2013, when the Los Angeles City Council voted...

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Here's How Disneyland is celebrating its 60th anniversary today!

Disney’s iconic Disneyland theme park is celebrating its 60th birthday today. The original Disney attraction was unveiled in Anaheim, Calif., on July 17, 1955, with the help of none other than Walt Disney.

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10 Los Angeles Renters' Rights Your Landlord Doesn't Want You to Know

Los Angeles has the highest percentage of renters of any major US metro area at 53.1 percent, according to the most recent Census data. And how many of those...

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Pasadena's FREE 'Make Music' Festival Lineup Announced, Over 150 Bands Performing

Make Music Pasadena is coming our way on June 6 with a long list of musical acts, including How To Dress Well headlining.

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Los Angeles Just Experienced A Weird And Rare 'Reverse' Spring : LAist

While you've been busy watching movies and drinking outside this spring, you may have noticed that L.A.'s weather has felt a little upside down for the past few months. For the first time in nearly 100 years, downtown Los Angeles just experienced a "reverse" meteorological spring.

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Watch the Finale of Mad Men With the Cast of Mad Men - Los Angeles Magazine

Mad Men may be a quintessential New York show, but fans of the series, which ends its run for good on May 17, are about to have a quintessential L.A. experience: Film Independent is producing a special live reading of a Mad Men manuscript as directed by Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air, Young Adult) and starring a group of actors who—in keeping with Live Reads’ regular programming—won’t be revealed in advance.

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12 Things You Should Never Do In LA

It's no secret that Los Angeles is one of most sprawling cities in the world, making it impossible to see all, or even most, of it in one trip.

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Aerial photographs capture the stunning beauty of Los Angeles at 10,000 feet

Vincent Laforet has flown all around the United States capturing stunning aerial images above New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco. His most recent and largest photo series to date is a breathtaking view of Los Angeles' sprawling metropolis. The second largest city in the U.S. revealed its winding streets and hillside to Laforet as he flew at an altitude of over 10,000 feet by helicopter snapping the endless landscape.

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Disneyland Band to Disband After 60 Years - Hollywood Reporter

The Disneyland Band has been an institution at the Anaheim theme park since it opened in 1955. But on March 31, musicians were served an "end of run" notice, as "reimagining" will add a new sound and high-energy choreography. Longtime members of the 16-person group -- one has been in it for 44 years -- were invited to reaudition at dancing and acting tryouts.

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William Shatner: Solve California drought with Seattle pipeline - LA Times

Actor William Shatner is hoping to save California from further drought by proposing an enterprise of his own — importing water from the Seattle area, where rain is plentiful.

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22 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week: LAist

Here are 22 of our favorite events happening in Los Angeles this week. We’ll be back on Thursday with our Weekend Planner column to help you plan—what else?— the weekend ahead. And don’t check out the April Guide or the Best Night Out in Los Angeles for other events

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L.A. May Be Getting a Music Festival at the Rose Bowl - Los Angeles Magazine

Well, it’s certainly going to be more convenient for Angelenos than Coachella. Yesterday, KCRW’s Which Way L.A. reported that the Rose Bowl Operating Company has penned a “letter of intent” with AEG, the entertainment Goliath currently fighting venue operators Nederlander over control of the Greek Theatre."

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Stunning Shot Captures Griffith Park Bobcat Amid The City Lights

A photographer snapped a stunning picture of a majestic bobcat high up above in Griffith Park, overlooking L.A.'s city lights at night.

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Gorgeous, Up-Close Photos of Los Angeles-Area Mountain Lions | Mental Floss

The National Park Service has been closely monitoring mountain lion residents of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area for more than a decade.

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The Plastics Are Making a Comeback - Los Angeles Magazine

On Tuesdays, we overthrow laws: Just when we all got used shelling out 10 cents for paper bags, it was announced today that plastic bags might not be going the way of the dodo after all. According to the California Secretary of State’s office, Senate Bill 270, otherwise known as the plastic bag ban, is officially on hold.

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Soon, You'll Never Have to Drop Anyone Off At LAX Ever Again - Los Angeles Magazine

If you hadn’t heard, there is finally movement to build a rail connection to LAX; a scoping meeting was even held this week on a rail station that will offer connection to the terminals via a People Mover. The plan will benefit not only transit riders, but drivers dropping up or picking folks up at the airport.

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Busted: L.A.'s Worst Speed Trap is in Studio City - Los Angeles Magazine

A whopping 750 drivers were nailed in Studio City over six months in 2014, specifically at the corner of Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Canton Drive, just south of Ventura Boulevard.

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Rent in L.A. May be Sky-High but Having a Good Time is Still Cheap - Los Angeles Magazine

L.A. is expensive, but there are still plenty of cheap (and free) experiences to be had. Here’s a list of some of our favorite penny savers

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Your Ultimate Guide To December: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles: LAist

Here are 20 cool events happening in L.A. in December.

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Why People Keep Trying to Erase the Hollywood Sign From Google Maps

The Hollywood Sign might be one of the most recognizable things on Earth. In Los Angeles, it's also one of the most visible. You can see it from a plane as you glide into LAX. You can see it from a car as you drive up the 101 freeway. But a group of peopl

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Worst LA Decisions

Usually, you make good decisions: you ask for that Double-Double "Animal Style", you use the Canyons instead of the 405, and you get in on that $40 all-you-can-drink thing at LAX. But sometimes, definitely sometimes, you make bad ones. Like these:

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Metro bus driver quarantined after passenger yells 'I have Ebola!' - LA Times

A Metro driver has been quarantined and the bus he was operated taken out of service after a masked passenger began yelling, "Don't mess with me, I have Ebola!"

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7 Terrible People You Meet At Los Angeles Movie Screenings: LAist

Here are the worst people you encounter at the movies in Los Angeles.

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Video: Magic Mountain's Colossus Roller Coaster To Be Reborn As Modern Hybrid 'Twisted Colossus': LAist

Magic Mountain's Colossus will ride once again, as the theme park will revive the classic wooden coaster with a more modern and thrilling style in 2015.

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Wait. What? Drones at Disneyland? Disney seeks patents

On top of Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and Aladdin, visitors to Disney theme parks may one day get a glimpse of drones.

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City Hall Protesters Demand "Drone-Free LAPD"

Protesters gathered outside LA's City Hall Thursday morning, chanting "drone free LAPD" to demand a halt to what they called an LAPD plan to use drones to spy on citizens.

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Giant rubber duck sails into Port of Los Angeles | abc7.com

The famous giant duck, designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, sailed into the Port of Los Angeles early Wednesday morning.

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An Architect's Worst Burns on Saddest Starbucks in America - GentrificationWatch

Immediately upon opening, the Starbucks on Highland Park's ascendant York Boulevard was dubbed "The most depressing Starbucks in America." The stucco outlet comes with a classy drive-through window but no indoor seating and local architect Catherine Garrison has taken to Eastsider LA to explain just why it's so awful, architecturally-speaking (the building formerly housed Kate Mantilini a Classic Burger).

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House Of Blues Sunset Strip To Be Demolished To Make Way For Hotel Complex

According to several news reports Tuesday, another longtime Sunset Strip music fixture is closing down. The Los Angeles Times reports that the House Of Blues Sunset Strip will be shut down and demolished to make way for a hotel complex, as first reported

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Things To Do In LA August - Events Calendar - Free

There's brunch with Thomas Keller, an avocado beer fest, a $1 baseball game, a jelly shot company's bar crawl, and SO much more.

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6 Los Angeles Hikes With Spectacular Endings

These Los Angeles-area hikes, compiled just for Outdoors Week, all come with spectacular sights along the trail—fun bonuses to pile on top of the exercise and fresh-air time, and the...

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Los Angeles Launches First Bicycle Friendly Business District

Los Angeles is launching the city's first Bicycle Friendly Business District (BFBD) in Northeast L.A. that will serve as a pilot program for a larger citywide initiative in 2015-16.

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What should a parking ticket in L.A. cost?

How much should a parking ticket at an expired meter cost? In the city of Los Angeles, that ticket will set you back $63 — and if the ticket is sitting on your windshield, you probably think that's too much to pay. The pricing of fines is just one i

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The 5 best places in LA to watch fireworks this 4th of July

Put on your favorite star spangled shirt/tie/underoos, and get your freedom-loving, patriotic self to one of these epic Independence Day extravaganzas.

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How to spend a day in Venice Beach

Food. Drink. Fun. Knives!

LA natives Zach and Jordan Schau firmly believe LA can be commuted without a car. That's why the brothers started Pure Fix Cycles, a fixie-centric yet affordable outfit now expanding into city bikes, back in 2010. Although their warehouse is across town in Burbank, they prefer life on the west side, so we asked them to show us how they'd carve out a completely bad-ass day almost entirely on Abbot Kinney.

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Alcohol-Delivery Apps For Safe And Saucy Summer Entertaining

Angelenos have long envied New Yorkers for their ample, all-hours delivery services. Now we have our own, and they're doing door-to-door service of some seriously delicious craft spirits.

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5 Fun FREE Things to Do in L.A. This Week!

This week has on offer five fun events - from a strange and mysterious exploration of urban myths at Cal State Fullerton to the boisterous bar scene at Jurassic Puke. Feeling more musically inclined? Vocalist Philip Bailey from Earth, Wind & Fire will

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    Los Angeles is the Biggest Anti-Sprawl Success Story in the US

    Los Angeles is changing its identity. It's moving away from the car and the single-family house and toward transit and denser living. And now it's even getting dramatically less...

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      Are You "Hard-Working" Enough to Buy the Flashy Sunset Strip House in That Cadillac Ad?

      The commercial for the new Cadillac ELR (the company's $75,000 electric hybrid car) was fine or whatever, but it seems to have unintentionally been a better ad for the...

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        22 Of Our Favorite Events in L.A. This Week!

        In addition to our monthly events guide, we found 22 more events that happen this week alone. Read on for all the details.

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          The First News Report on the L.A. Earthquake Was Written by a Robot

          Ken Schwencke, a journalist and programmer for the Los Angeles Times, was jolted awake at 6:25 a.m. on Monday by an earthquake. He rolled out of bed and went straight to his computer, where he found a brief story about the quake already written and waitin

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            VIDEO: News anchors take cover during Los Angeles earthquake

            A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck just west of Los Angeles on Monday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

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              Compare and Contrast: Which of Los Angeles' Five Airports Sucks the Least?

              Compare and Contrast: Which of Los Angeles' Five Airports Sucks the Least? || Jaunted

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                Silicon Beach Gets Stupid: How Much Would You Pay for This Hideous Shack?

                Open House: Sunday, March 9, 2014 between 2 PM - 5 PM 519 Vernon Avenue, Venice Price: $1,495,000 Beds, Baths: 2 beds,...

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                  Jim Lange dies at 81; best-known as host of 'The Dating Game'

                  Jim Lange was the original and best-known host of a television show that has come to be identified with the swinging late 1960s and 1970s:

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                    Ask A Native Angeleno: Where Is The Eastside?

                    This week's question comes from an Angeleno who's confused about where the Eastside starts.

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                      It's Just Become Cheaper to Rent in Los Angeles Than to Buy

                      Los Angeles has the highest percentage of renters in the country, and it's not looking like our spot at number one will be challenged any time soon. The high cost...