Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (3-24-2023 to 3-26-2023)

For March 24-26 in Los Angeles, catch FEMcore at The Corbin Bowl, new exhibitions at Torrance Museum of Art and the Vincent Price Art Museum, Vegan Street Fair, Cherry Blossom celebrations at Brand Art Park and in Torrance, César Chávez Family Day at LA P

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (3-20-2023 to 3-24-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from March 20-24, you'll find College Night at the Getty Villa, Goth Nite at Angel City Brewery, Outfest Fusion Film Festival, The Moth StorySLAM on the Westside, a new pizza spot in Silver Lake, and more. Enjoy your week to come

Politics | Politics

Karen Bass Met With a Chinese Influence Group After Intelligence Officials Warned It Was Targeting Local Politicians

American intelligence officials warned last month that the Chinese Communist Party is directing its influence operations at "more pliable" local officials. That could explain why the head of Beijing’s top influence outfit just met with the Democratic mayo

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (3-10-2023 to 3-12-2023)

This March 10-12 in Los Angeles, you'll find ArtNight in Pasadena, a Free Family Day at Weisman Museum, a St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Hermosa Beach, a KCHUNG pop-up at MOCA, Festival of The Kite in Redondo, Festival de la Primavera at LA Plaza, a Women Ar

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (3-6-2023 to 3-10-2023)

This March 6-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find a new discussion event from Zócalo, the Silent Book Club of Death, Oscar Week at The Academy Museum, Voices of the City at the Autry, ArtNight in Pasadena, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

10 Facts About the Hollywood Sign

When developers put up a larger-than-life advertisement for their new L.A. housing development in 1923, they had no idea it would become one of the most iconic landmarks of all time.

News | Antisemitism Watch

The Invisible Victims of American Anti-Semitism

If a hateful act doesn’t fit a preset political narrative, the public rarely notices it.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (2-27-2023 to 3-3-2023)

This February 27 to March 3, catch see Directors Close-Up at The Wallis, learn about The Lady and the Octopus at AoP, catch the Groundlings 30th Anniversary of Cookin’ with GAS, hit up late night at Skirball, check out First Fridays at NHM, and more

Sports | Cycling

Commentary: Are L.A. drivers suddenly more OK with endangering lives?

There's a difference between knowing pedestrian deaths are up in L.A., and actually facing down increasingly reckless drivers on roads and sidewalks.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. [2-24-2023 to 2-26-2023]

This February 24-26 in Los Angeles, check out the USC Comedy Festival, new works at the Fisher Museum, a Black History Month celebration in Santa Monica, MOLAA's Afro-Latinx Festival, Prosperity Market at CAAM, CicLAvia in The Valley, a zine-making a

News | Antisemitism Watch

‘Kanye West!’ & Pictures of Swastikas: Female Jewish Basketball Players in Los Angeles Taunted During Game

Illustrative Basketball hoop. Photo: Pixabay. Chants of “Kanye West!” and pictures of swastikas and the Palestinian flag were used in …

News | The News

End Of An Era: Family Of Famed SoCal Car Dealer Cal Worthington Selling Last Dealership

Family of famed car dealer Cal Worthington is in the process of closing a deal to sell their last car dealership, ending an era.

News | Antisemitism Watch

LAPD Arrests Suspect with ‘Animus’ Towards Jewish Community in Dual Shooting of Orthodox Jews

Young Israel of Century City Synagogue, Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles (Photo: Google Maps Screenshot) The Los Angeles Police Department announced …

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This President's Day Weekend in L.A. (2-17-2023 to 2-20-2023)

This February 17-20 in Los Angeles, check out the Felix Art Fair, the L.A. Art Show, Frieze Los Angeles, Mardis Gras at the Original Farmers Market, Lunar New Year at UPAM, the L.A. Travel & Adventure Show, Broken Hearts Circus at Angel City Brewery, a Fa

News | Antisemitism

Suspect arrested after 2 Orthodox Jews shot outside synagogues in Los Angeles

A suspect was taken into custody Thursday after two Orthodox Jewish men were shot while leaving houses of worship in the city’s Pico-Robertson neighborhood, authorities said. The first shooting occurred just before 10 a.m. Wednesday in the 1400 block of S

News | In The News

Headlines: Family-Owned Restaurant in Chinatown Receives $13,000 Gas Bill

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurant, the Chinatown-based eatery known for their Chinese turkeys, received a gas bill totaling more than $13,000 in charges for the month of January.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (2-6-2023 to 2-10-2023)

From February 6-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find Chuck D in conversation, Netflix Is A Joke at Dynasty Typrewriter, Lucha VaVOOM's Pasión de Fuego, a KCRW Open House Dance Party at CAAM, the California Antiquarian Book Fair, Flux screenings at The Hammer, a

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This February in L.A.

This February in L.A you'll find the SoCal Museums Free-For-All, the L.A. Art Show, Lovers Rock at Grand Park, Bob Baker Day, CicLAvia in The Valley, a KCRW dance party at CAAM, the Chinese New Year Festival at The Huntington, a celebration of life for P-

Politics | Blue State/City Life

LAPD Stops Potential Mass Casualty Shooting in Hollywood, Man in High-Rise Had Rifles Pointed Down at Park

Good job by the LAPD. This could have turned into another tragedy.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (2-3-2023 to 2-5-2023)

This February 3-5 in Los Angeles, check out First Fridays at NHM, a Celebration of Life for P-22, Chinese New Year at The Huntington, the SoCal Museums Free-For-All, a Puppy Bowl Rally, Listening By The Moonrise, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (1-30-2023 to 2-3-2023)

These next five days in Los Angeles, from January 30 to February 3, catch Designing with Disaster at Japan House LA, new exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth, Try/Step/Trip at The Wallis, First Thursdays in Westwood, First Fridays at Natural History Museum, the

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-27-2023 to 1-29-2023)

From January 27-29 in L.A., catch free admission at USC Pacific Asia Museum, the Golden Dragon Parade in Chinatown, Art Collector Starter Kit at Corey Helford Gallery, Lunar New Year at Santa Monica Place, a free flea at Common Space Brewery, Happy Birthd

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (1-23-2023 to 1-27-2023)

From January 23-27 in Los Angeles, you'll find an underground jazz session, new exhibitions at L.A. Louver, Burns Night pub trivia at The Chap, a special discussion panel on space via LAist Studios, Fourth Fridays in Long Beach, the Girls of the Golden We

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This MLK Weekend in L.A. (1-13-2023 to 1-16-2023)

This January 13-16 in Los Angeles, check out Future Without Fear, an Asian American Expo, The Circus at Bob Baker Marionette Theater, a new Simone Forti exhibition at MOCA, the SoCal Slack Key Festival, King Day at CAAM, and more.

News | News

If You Think You're Middle Class in California, Chances Are You're Wrong

The American middle class continues to wither as the lower and upper income tiers keep growing, especially in California

Politics | Woke Insanity

Why Is the LA Zoo Inviting Children to Their Drag Show?

LA Zoo hosted an "All Ages" drag show with tickets available for "Children" and even "Infants" in partnership with LA Pride. Aldo attended the event to ask…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-6-2023 to 1-8-2023)

This January 6-8 in Los Angeles, check out The Last Improv at Dynasty Typewriter, Afro Bowie at Teragram, Lunar New Year at L.A. Zoo Lights, the Oshogatsu Family Festival at JANM, the Yoga Expo in Pasadena, new exhibitions at Thinkspace, and more.

Politics | Blue State/City Life

8 of the 10 Neediest Cities in America Have Something in Common

A recent study showed that the 10 neediest cities in the U.S. have a few things in common. The most glaring commonality of this list is that eight out of the top ten cities had a Democrat at the helm at the time the survey took place.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This January in L.A.

Check out our rundown below for a bevy of inspired ideas, including Lunar New Year's fests, new art exhibitions, the Pacific Opera Project, an L.A. River walk, MLK Day celebrations, Dance Camera West, Da Poetry Lounge, NatGeo Live, and more.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Posters Glorifying Palestinian “Martyrs” Found in LA

Various posters glorifying Palestinian “martyrs” were found in Los Angeles on December 16. The Palestinian Youth Movement announced in an Instagram post

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do for New Year's Eve Weekend in L.A. (12-30-2022 to 1-1-2023)

A fun list of ideas for how to spend New Year's Eve weekend in Los Angeles as 2022 becomes 2023.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (12-26-2022 to 12-30-2022)

This week in L.A., from Dec 26-30, you'll find opening day at Santa Anita, a free day at the Japanese American National Museum, a 90s/2000s night at the Tiki No, 70mm films at The Aero, a unique walking tour in Pasadena, and more.

Politics | Other Politics

Mayor Bass Rescinds Garcetti's Final Executive Order to Light Hollywood Sign - MyNewsLA.com

Mayor Karen Bass rescinded former Mayor Eric Garcetti’s final executive directive that would have created a program to illuminate the Hollywood sign, a representative for Bass confirmed Friday. The Los Angeles Times first reported that Bass shut down the

Sports | Sports

MLB Announces Trevor Bauer's Suspension Has Been Reduced | FOX Sports Radio

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer has been reinstated by Major League Baseball and will have his suspension reduced to 194 games, MLB announced via press release Thursday evening.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Nazi SS symbol carved into Beverly Hills menorah, suspect arrested

Beverly Hills Police Chief Mark Stainbrook said, “A despicable act such as this will never be tolerated in our City.”

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (12-12-2022 to 12-16-2022)

This week in L.A. (December 12-16) catch Pacific Opera Project at Angel City Brewery, a Justin Roiland art exhibit at UTA Artist Space, a pinball party benefit at Walts in Eagle Rock, free Tuesday at LACMA, Turtle Races at Brennan's, Ugly Sweater Karaoke

Politics | Politics

Homeless Hypocrisy on Full Display as New LA Mayor Karen Bass Is Sworn In

Karen Bass is going to bring Los Angeles more of the same, and more people will head for the exits.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (12-5-2022 to 12-9-2022)

This week (December 5-9) in L.A. you'll find panel talks at Japan House and Zócalo Public Square, a tree lighting in San Gabriel, Astra Lumina at South Coast Botanic Garden, a new Andy Warhol photography exhibition, a free pop-up for FX's Kindred, and mor

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (12-2-2022 to 12-4-2022)

This weekend (December 2-4) in Los Angeles, check out Season's Screamings in Pasadena, First Fridays in Chinatown, a Holiday Sing-Along at Disney Concert Hall, an Open House for LA Plaza's Legacy of Cacao, the Venice Sign Lighting, a Holiday Wonderland at

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

9 Places Where You Can Go to Learn Unusual Skills in Los Angeles

Part of getting older is getting better. And part of getting better is learning new things. One of the…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (11-28-2022 to 12-2-2022)

This week (November 28 to December 2) catch tree lighting ceremonies at The Music Center, Union Station, and Pasadena City Hall, plus free Nat Geo documentary screenings, Poetry in Color at LACMA, MOCA Together Thursdays, the Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, L.A

News | News

Fentanyl's scourge plainly visible on streets of Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a filthy alley behind a Los Angeles doughnut shop, Ryan Smith convulsed in the grips of a fentanyl high — lurching from moments of slumber to bouts of violent shivering on a warm summer day.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (11-21-2022 to 11-25-2022)

From November 21-25 in Los Angeles, you'll find Enchanted Forest of Light at Descanso Gardens, the 16h Annual Thanksgiving Feast Show, the Los Angeles Turkey Trot, Winter Fest in the O.C., Lights on Display in Sherman Oaks, Holiday Road in Calabasas, and

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. [11-18-2022 to 11-20-2022]

For November 18-20 in Los Angeles, you'l find the the L.A. Auto Show, Venice Winterfest, the Great Los Angeles Walk, Enchanted Forest of Light at Descanso Gardens, L.A. Zoo Lights, the 9th Annual International Mariachi Women’s Festival, Kneaded Bread Fest

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The 7 Wackiest Restaurants In Southern California Where Dining Is A Blast

Why just eat when you can dine somewhere quirky and unusual? Get ready for fun when you visit these wacky restaurants in Southern California.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (11-14-2022 to 11-18-2022)

This November 14-18 in Los Angeles, catch Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, the Back Room Shakespeare Project, the Manhattan Beach Pier Lighting, Sparkle in DTLA, the L.A. Auto Show, L.A. Zoo Lights, and more

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Veteran's Day Weekend in L.A. (11-11-2022 to 11-13-2022)

This November 11-13 in Los Angeles, you'll find Veteran's Day festivities, Lightscape at the Arboretum, a SurfSkate Festival in Venice, Inglewood Open Studios, Vulture Festival, the Korean Kimchi Festival, The Groundling's Diversity Festiva

News | News

Barricaded suspect in Los Angeles dead of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, 101 Freeway reopens

A suspect is dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound after an hourslong standoff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department that closed surface streets and the 101 Freeway in the Hollywood Hills on Thursday. The LASD’s Special Enforcement B

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (11-7-2022 to 11-11-2022)

This November 7-11 in Los Angeles, peep the Henry Taylor exhibit at MOCA, The Legacy of Cacao at LA Plaza, free Tuesdays at LACMA and The Autry, Ice in Santa Monica, Lightscape at the Arboretum, a night market in Culver City, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This November in L.A. (2022)

This November in Los Angeles, you'll find L.A. Arboretum's Lightscape, Enchanted: Forest of Light at Descanso Gardens, Inglewood Open Studios, The Groundlings Diversity Festival, the L.A. Auto Show, Venice Winterfest, the Great Los Angeles Walk, the Holly

News | Antisemitism Watch

Antisemites hang banner over LA freeway declaring Kanye 'right about the Jews’

Goyim Defense League trying to capitalize on Ye's comments by targeting the Black community with antisemitic propaganda, ADL says

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (10-21-2022 to 10-23-2022)

From October 21-23 in Los Angeles, you'll find Halloween Night at the Aquarium, Cemetery Lane at Heritage Square, the P-22 Festival in Griffith Park, the Music Box Steps Festival in Silver Lake, Grand Ave: All-Access in DTLA, the LA Printers Fair, the Com

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (10-14-2022 to 10-16-2022)

For October 14-16 in Los Angeles, check out Pasadena ArtNight, FIGat7th Oktoberst, the Taste of Soul Street Festival, a Beyond The Streets Print Bazaar, the Beverly Hills Art Show, Gustavo's Great Tortilla Tournament, Blocktoberfest in Culver City, and mo

Politics | Blue State/City Life

In Los Angeles, a Carnival of Grievance Politics

What a spectacle, what a carnival, what a glorious, over-the-top bacchanal of grievance politics we’ve seen unfolding in Los Angeles this week.

Sports | Sports

Rams vs. Cowboys: 3 to Watch in Week 5

As the Los Angeles Rams prepare to take on the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5, Ram Digest highlights three players on whom Rams fans might want to keep watch.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Legendary Musso & Frank Grill – (mostly) California

The polished, dark, decorative wood bar is buzzing with animated conversations, glasses clinking as the bartenders get the next round ready, red-jacketed waiters maneuvering through the patrons with trays of aromatic meals towards the high-backed booths in the main dining room. The scene is so contemporary, it’s hard to believe that this restaurant and bar have been a dining destination for celebrities & literary luminaries for the last 100 years.

Politics | Blue State/City Life

L.A. Gas Prices Hit Record High $6.494; OPEC Move Suggests Worse Ahead

The average price for a gallon of gas hit a new record high on Wednesday in Los Angeles, California, reaching $6.494.

Music | Music

Missed That 1969 Jimi Hendrix Show At The Forum? Relive It Now With Never-Before Released Live Recording

In April 1969, the Jimi Hendrix played at the Forum in Inglewood. It was only the third rock concert ever hosted there.

Family & Parenting | Family & Parenting

Hackers released a bunch of LAUSD data. What can parents and employees do?

Students, teachers and contractors at LAUSD could have sensitive personal information on the dark web. Here are the steps you should take to protect yourself.

News | The News

LA Lakers Close Comments for Instagram Post Announcing 'Pride Night'

The Los Angeles Lakers Instagram page inexplicably closed the comments for a post announcing the upcoming "Pride Night." 

Sports | Sports

Maury Wills, Dodgers star and 1962 MVP, dead at 89

Maury Wills won three World Series championships with the Dodgers.

Politics | Woke Insanity

L.A. School District Shares Video from ‘Nutritionist’ Who Says Eating Right Is Racist

Your dreams have come true, kids: French fries and pizza are now good for you, so eat up, or else: if you don’t, you might be suspected of “white supremacism.”

History | History

Remembering Queen Elizabeth's Royal Visit to Los Angeles

In 1983, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip went on a 10-day tour to California, where the Queen was "thrilled" to meet Ronald Reagan

Entertainment | Radio

KROQ FM - Future ROQ Of The '80s (March 8, 1981) Full Show

1980s Punk-Poppers, THE BINGS, from LA's Woodland Hills district, and Hard-Core Simi Valley Punks, RF7 head a groovy KROQ showcase of Hollywood club bands fr...

Politics | Woke Insanity

L.A. County Rolls Out Universal Basic Income Pilot; 1,000 Residents To Get $1,000 Per Month

Los Angeles County officials said Tuesday that a guaranteed basic income program has begun to roll out, with 1,000 residents now receiving $1,000 a month until 2025.

Politics | Woke Insanity

More Woke Silliness: LA Homeless Authority Says Don't Use Word ‘Homeless’

The left loves to change the language instead of fixing things.

Sports | Cycling

Los Angeles' ban on cars along part of Griffith Park Drive will become permanent

The road closure is part of an effort to improve safety for cyclists, runners, hikers and equestrians in one of the country's largest urban parks.

Politics | Corruption

EXCLUSIVE: Recall Gascon Committee Knowingly Turned in Invalid Petition Signatures, Misled Donors and Volunteers

Nearly $10 million was raised. Where did it go?

Politics | The Decline Of America

Watch: Huge Mob Flashes California 7-Eleven and Picks it Clean

"Street takeovers" are becoming quite common in Los Angeles and big cities. A mob of people and cars, responding to social media, show up at an intersection

Politics | Liberal Fascism

L.A. County Recorder Dean Logan Goes After Recall Gascón Effort After Malfeasance Accusation

You know that the powers that be do not want to see what happened to San Francisco D.A. Chesa Boudin happen to George Gascón.

Politics | Politics

Los Angeles Parents Group Lawsuit Has 'Dr.' Ferrer Dodging and Weaving

Barbara Ferrer will doubtless try to bring back mask mandates, which is we need to keep the pressure on.

Sports | Cycling

Los Angeles Supercross - Mountain Biking in the LA Coliseum 1985

This race was John Tomac‘s very first pro mountain bike win. He was just a BMX kid from Michigan with a mohawk when I first met him at a downhill race in SoCal. His win took everyone by surprise since he was an unknown at this point. The race had such a

Sports | Sports

Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully dies at age 94

"We have lost an icon," said Dodger President and CEO Stan Kasten. "Vin Scully was one of the greatest voices in all of sports."

Politics | Politics

L.A. County Supervisor calls people opposed to a potential mask mandate ‘snowflake weepies’

"Here is the moment L.A. County Supervisor @SheilaKuehl called those who oppose mask mandates 'snowflake weepies.'"

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Education Department Investigates Allegations USC Ignored Anti-Semitic Harassment

The Education Department formally launched an investigation on Tuesday into allegations the University of Southern California (USC) fomented "a hostile environment of anti-Semitism" on its campus that forced a Jewish student government official to resign

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

LA Supervisor Kuehl Calls Those Opposed to Potential Mask Mandate 'Snowflake Weepies'

LA's elected officials keep proving they don't actually care about the human cost of their policies.

Food & Drink | LA Spots

The ultimate fried-chicken crawl in L.A. Here's where to go

The goal was to hit as many female-run restaurants serving fried chicken in a day as possible. We made it to 10.

News | News

PODCAST | The Independent Truckers Strike Back: This Ain't Canada

After we address the attempted assassination of US Rep. Lee Zeldin who is running for Governor of New York, we discuss how the independent truckers in California are artfully expressing their outrage at a new law that coerces them into union membership.

Politics | Corruption

LA DDAs Outraged After DA George Gascon Orders Disbanding of Unit That Notifies Victims of Their Assailants’ Parole Hearings

Los Angeles County DA George Gascon has reportedly decided to disband a group of victim advocates and prosecutors in the DA’s office who notify crime victims or…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Best Old-School Dining Spots In LA

Los Angeles is a world-class city for dining, but among all its new joints remain the stalwarts of the LA food scene. Explore LA's top old-school restaurants.

News | The News

Starbucks to close 6 stores in LA area amid safety concerns like drug use, mental health crisis

Starbucks is closing 16 stores around the country, including 6 in the LA area, amid concerns for safety issues like drug use and disruptive behavior.

Politics | Liberal Fascism

LA County Board of Supervisors Voted on Ballot Measure to Oust Elected Sheriff From Office

This is the opposite of democracy. 

News | News

The Left's Hypocrisy On Gun Crime Is Killing People

The big headline from over the Independence Day weekend was that there was yet another mass shooting, this time in the affluent neighborhood of Highland Park, Illinois. A troubled teen opened fire in the predominantly Jewish (and White) neighborhood killi

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

Los Angeles public schools training teachers that 'merit,' 'individualism' rooted in 'whiteness'

Los Angeles public schools mandated all employees to undergo "implicit/unconscious bias training," which teaches that "merit" and "individualism" are rooted in whiteness.

News | The News

93-year-old man shoots home intruder, fends off others near Los Angeles

A 93-year-old suburban Los Angeles homeowner, who a relative said was frustrated over being the victim of numerous home break-ins, shot and critically wounded a burglar.

Music | Music

Triptides - Visitors (Full Album)

https://requiempouruntwister.bandcamp.com/album/visitorshttps://www.docdroid.net/5QEck2b/prsheet-triptides-visitors-bio-eng.pdfSomeone do the tracklist pleas...

Sports | Cycling

Create true multimodal networks for vibrant cities, Griffith Park Drive closes to cars next week, and ticketing speeding bicyclists - BikinginLA

...says the secret to creating vibrant US cities — and meeting US climate goals — is to invest in true multimodal transportation.

News | News

Los Angeles is the 'worst' metro area in America for first-time home buyers — but you may be surprised by the 'best'

The U.S. housing sector is slowing down but homes are still extremely expensive in many parts of the country, according to Bankrate.

Books | Books

Disco’s Out… Murder’s In! 2016

Famous for its revolutionary aspects in musical, political, sexual identity and consumerist ideas, punk rock also has its lesser-known gangster ethos as well, explained here by players in the various punk gangs in Los Angeles, Orange County, and Sout

News | News

Suspect in stabbing at Encino Hospital Medical Center charged with 3 counts of attempted murder

A man who allegedly stabbed a doctor and two nurses at Encino Hospital Medical Center was charged Tuesday with three counts of attempted murder.

Music | Music

New Wave Theatre #01 - 1982 - Ivy & the Eaters, Frisbees from hell, Real Life

This is the first episode of the Los Angeles punk/New Wave public access program, New Wave Theatre. RIP Peter Ivers. It debuted in 1982.

Music | Music

An Open Letter to Paul McCartney Regarding Tickets Prices

I should be able to see you at a reasonable price, especially from a mile away

Visual Arts | Photography

The Dennis Hopper Photograph That Caught Los Angeles

The actor stopped at an intersection, took out his Nikon, and made history.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Landmark Theatres' Pico Location to Close at End of May

Movie-goers took to Twitter today with sadness and concern for L.A.'s dwindling supply of arthouse film theaters following news that the Landmark Theatres Pico location will close its doors at the end of the month after 15 years.  

Politics | Politics

L.A. Woman Finds Box Of More Than 100 Mail-In Ballots On Sidewalk While Walking Dog

A Los Angeles woman recently found a box of approximately 104 mail-in ballots lying on a sidewalk while walking her dog, but county officials say that foul play shouldn’t be suspected in the strange discovery.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Stealth Newspaper Campaign Exposes Jew Hatred at UCLA

In a stealth campaign to circumvent campus censors and reach students directly, the David Horowitz Freedom Center distributed over 4,000 newspapers

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

Riot in Los Angeles as Pro-Abortion Activists Confront Police

Violent demonstrators attacked police, vandalized a sidewalk, and smashed a local business during a portest against overturning Roe v. Wade.

Politics | Politics

LA DA George Gascon causing ‘havoc and mayhem,’ recall effort will be a 'photo finish,' deputy DA says

LA Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami told Fox News why he supports recalling his boss George Gascon.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Best Films Set in Los Angeles, Ranked

Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and many bizarre tales. Here are the 9 best films that take place in the city of angels.

Politics | Politics

Gangs are following and robbing L.A.'s wealthiest, LAPD says - Los Angeles Times

L.A. gangs are sending out crews to prey on the mega-rich, targeting people leaving luxury boutiques, restaurants, and nightclubs, the LAPD said.

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

Gage Mansion, The Oldest Home In LA, Is Moldering Away Right in Front of Its Owners' Eyes

Residents are divided about whether to safeguard the landmark

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

‘Shooting Themselves In The Foot’: LA County Board Of Supervisors Bans Official Travel To Florida, Texas

This week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, doing their level best to keep Californians out of Texas and Florida, (a move which no doubt delighted conservatives in both states) voted to ban official travel to Florida and Texas.

News | News

Santa Monica labeled as one of the most unsafe cities in California

According to a report, Santa Monica ranked close to the bottom of the safest cities in California.

Politics | Politics

Safer at Home: Senate Lacks Votes to Confirm Eric Garcetti

Outgoing Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti lacks the votes on the Senate floor to be confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to India, according to Axios.

Politics | The Decline Of America

WATCH: This Is the California Dream of Public Transportation for All

As California trains go, so goes the rest of the nation's trains

Entertainment | Entertainment

PBS to rebroadcast documentary on 1943 Zoot Suit Riots

The riots in LA were a crucial moment in Mexican American history, highlighting the overlooked racial violence Latinos faced.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Long Beach—the coastal city where Los Angeles County meets Orange County.

Long Beach—the coastal city where Los Angeles County meets Orange County.

Birthplace to Snoop Dogg and Frank Ocean, and home to many of Los Angeles' beloved local businesses that contributes to its busy dining and shopping scene, Long Beach is truly a g

Music | Music

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Politics | The Decline Of America

Can we guess first? News station reports ‘what’s behind the shocking exodus’ from Los Angeles

"Gee, it's a real mystery."

News | News

Why A Small-Scale Artist Is Rebuilding Tiny Versions Of Iconic LA Buildings, Including This Eastside Burrito Joint

Al & Bea’s Mexican Food, known for its warm and messy burritos, is artist Kieran Wright’s latest project to explore Los Angeles.

News | News

Mask Theater Is Alive and Well in Los Angeles

State officials last week announced that as of March 12, California would no longer require schoolchildren to wear masks. Happily…

Politics | Covid 19

Teachers Union Will Force L.A. Kids to Wear Masks Even as Mandate Ends

The teachers union will compel children in the LAUSD to continue wearing masks to school Monday even as the county's mask mandate expires.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

'Karate Kid' Apartment Damaged In Fire; 2 Hospitalized

'Karate Kid' Apartment Damaged In Fire; 2 Hospitalized - Sherman Oaks, CA - Two people were rescued and hospitalized after the Los Angeles area apartment building made famous in the "Karate Kid" movie caught fire.

News | The News

Petition approved for effort to ban encampments, increase shelter

The proposed ordinance, spearheaded by LA Councilman Joe Buscaino, would amend the city's laws on where encampments are allowed.

Politics | Covid 19

L.A. Teachers Union Wants to Preserve Masks in Schools as State Ends Mandates

Students in Los Angeles County public schools will no longer have to wear masks at school, though the teachers union wants masks to stay.

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

Viper Room Site To Become Home To 12-Story Mixed-Use High Rise Project

Viper Room Site To Become Home To 12-Story Mixed-Use Project With Memorabilia, Condos & Redesigned Music Venue

News | In The News

New limits on 'pretextual stops' by LAPD approved - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles police officers may no longer use minor code violations to conduct "pretextual stops" unless they have additional information about a serious crime.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

SAG Awards: Hollywood Celebrities Go Maskless While LAUSD Students Still Forced to Mask Up

Hollywood celebrities went completely maskless for the SAG Awards on Sunday at the same time that thousands of children across Los Angeles County are still being forced to wear masks indoors in school.

Sports | Cycling

STOP BUILDING CITIES FOR CARS - What Bikes Are Up Against and How To Get Involved (Wherever You Are)

Event this weekend: https://www.strava.com/clubs/310850/group_events/1120941If you’re a registered city of LA voter, are involved with cycling club or a bike...

News | News

LAUSD to lift outdoor mask mandate for students, staff Tuesday - ABC7 Los Angeles

LAUSD will drop its outdoor mask-wearing mandate for students and staff at campuses on Tuesday, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced.

News | In The News

54 CHP Officers Charged In Overtime Fraud Scheme

54 CHP Officers Charged In Overtime Fraud Scheme - Los Angeles, CA - According to prosecutors, the officers worked out of an East LA station and billed for overtime hours they did not actually work.

Sports | Sports

L.A. Rams Super Bowl Parade Had The Most Embarrassing Turnout In American Sports History (VIDEO)

Read “L.A. Rams Super Bowl Parade Had The Most Embarrassing Turnout In American Sports History (VIDEO) ” and other NFL articles from Total Pro Sports.

News | News

Los Angeles Speeds Up Timeline For Lifting Indoor Mask Mandate

Los Angeles Speeds Up Projected Timeline For Lifting Indoor Mask Mandate By More Than Two Months

History | America!!

Violence Descends on Los Angeles During Post-Super Bowl Rioting, Looting

Sunday’s Super Bowl victory by the Rams triggered idiots to turn the “City of Angels” into the city of mayhem. The Los Angeles Police Department declared an unlawful assembly and large numbers of the men and women in blue responded to fireworks, looting a

Politics | From CNN

SoFi Stadium and the Super Bowl: 6 cool features of the NFL's newest venue | CNN Travel

Like the Super Bowl itself, the new SoFi Stadium is full of superlatives. It's got a six-acre lake and an enormous videoboard hovering over the field. Find out what else makes it unique.

Politics | Covid 19

L.A. County to Keep Indoor Mask Mandate Despite State Dropping Its Own

Los Angeles County will retain its indoor mask mandate past the Feb. 15 date set by Gov. Gavin Newsom as the date to end a statewide mandate.

News | The News

LA County Sheriff's Department set to lose 4K employees for vaccine noncompliance

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is pushing back ahead of a vote that could cost the department 4,000 employees who have yet to comply with COVID-19 vaccination rules.

Politics | Campus Watch

Ex-UCLA Philosophy Lecturer Arrested for Antisemitic, Racist Threats of Mass Shooting

The entrance of UCLA. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. Police in Boulder, Colorado on Tuesday arrested a former University of California-Los Angeles …

News | NEWS

Suspect Identified in the Stabbing of Brianna Kupfer, Was Out on $1k Bail

A suspect has been identified in the murder of 24-year-old UCLA design student Brianna Kupfer: 31-year-old Shawn Laval Smith. 

News | NEWS

Soft-on-crime Los Angeles DA ripped after child molester faces little or no time

Hannah Tubbs faces a short stint in a juvenile hall or probation, according to the LA Times, which reported that the Sheriff’s Department has offered to house her in an adult facility.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Zionist Organization of America | ZOA to USC: Expel Student Who's Threatened to Kill "Every Mother F**king Zionist"

December 23, 2021 VIA EMAIL Members of the USC Board of Trustees Carol L. Folt, President Charles F. Zukoski, Provost and Senior Vice President      for Academic Affairs University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089-0012   Dear Distinguished Mem

News | The News

Burlington Coat Factory incident: 14-year-old girl fatally hit by stray bullet from police

Two people are dead, including a suspect, after a shooting occurred at a Burlington Coat Factory in North Hollywood Thursday afternoon. 

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Traveling Via LAX? Here's What You Need To Know

The airport says up to 3.5 million travelers are expected for the holidays — making it a prime time for omicron to spread.

History | Los Angeles History

Take a trip through the magnificent department stores of old L.A.

Long before so many people did their shopping online, Los Angeles' department stores -- Bullock's, Robinson's, May Company, Hamburger's and more -- were the place to be.

News | Antisemitism Watch

USC Defends Response as 60 Faculty Members Call for ‘Rebuke’ Over Student’s Violently Antisemitic Tweets

The University of Southern California campus. Photo: Padsquad19 / Wikimedia Commons The University of Southern California (USC) defended on Friday …

Miscellaneous | Resources

The Raymond Chandler map of Los Angeles

The writer saw LA through a dark glass, but he was undoubtedly seduced and enthralled with the City of Angels.

Politics | Corruption

14 Arrested In ‘Smash-And-Grab’ Thefts In Los Angeles Totaling $340,000, All Quickly Released Due To ‘Zero Bail’ Policy

"We should be able to also open up our jails, and we should be able to have judges that put people behind those bars."