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Entertainment | The Hometown

Iconic L.A. Movies to Stream While You're Stuck Inside Missing L.A.

See the city without breaking your coronavirus self-quarantine

News | In The News

Coronavirus: National Guard transforms Los Angeles Convention Center into field hospital

A transformation is underway inside the Los Angeles Convention Center as members of the National Guard set up dozens of beds, preparing the center for use as a federal field hospital in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Local doctor with Dignity Health Southern California says key differences between LA, New York play factor in spread of Covid-19

Dr. Testa says there are a few key differences between New York and LA that may be contributing to the volume of cases and the spread of the virus.

News | News

Manhattan Beach surfer issued $1,000 citation for violating beach closure order, disrespecting lifeguard.

Manhattan Beach, newsletter - A  Manhattan Beach surfer was issued a $1,000 citation Saturday morning after ignoring a lifeguard’s order that he not go in the water. And being disrespectful.

Miscellaneous | Products

Du-par’s Is Selling the Batter for Its Famous Hotcakes – NBC Los Angeles

The famous flapjacks regularly top Top Ten breakfast lists around SoCal; now, for a limited time, you can make them at home.

Sports | Cycling

1932 Olympic cyclists from Victoria

2007 induction of Olympic cyclists from Victoria into the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame. Included were Lew Rush, Stan Jackson and Glenn Robbins.

News | News

Astounding Photos Show New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles Empty Amid Coronavirus Quarantine

Photographers across the country are documenting an amazing sight: empty streets in some of the largest cities in the United States, if not the world, as places like New York, Illinois, California, and Louisiana beg residents to stay inside, practice soci

News | News

Los Angeles to Start Testing High-Risk Residents for Coronavirus

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the city is making novel coronavirus testing available beginning Monday to high-risk residents who are showing...

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

L.A. Chefs Offer Recipes, Online Cooking Classes

Nguyen Tran of Starry Kitchen and Lauren Koeppe of Create Hospitality are here to help you cook at home (and interact with people online while you do it).

Politics | From CNN

California coronavirus: Crowds packed beaches despite shelter in place order

People descended on California beaches, hiking trails and parks over the weekend in open defiance of a state order to shelter in place and avoid close contact with others.

Pets & Animals | Animals & Pets

Social distancing also applies to pets during coronavirus pandemic, veterinarian says

As the world is adapting to the new restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, a veterinarian says people should also be taking precautions when it comes to pets.

Entertainment | The Hometown

L.A. county health officials say it’s safe to walk, hike and bike outside amid coronavirus outbreak

Is it safe to walk, run, hike and bike outside? Is it recommended? Yes, say L.A. County Public Health officials. In fact, “take a walk” and “go for a hike” are at the top of the L.A. County Public Health Department’s “safe-to-do” list as the region’s figh

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

How to Abide by the 'Safer at Home' Order Issued by L.A. and the State

Forty million people have been asked to stay in their homes unless they need to leave for "essential" purposes

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

26 'Virtual' Things to Do for Angelenos Under Quarantine

The list includes everything from museum tours and public lectures to online cooking classes, a karaoke league, Instagram sound baths, and even a live feed of the blooming poppy fields in Antelope Valley.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Yes, Your Favorite LA Restaurants Deliver, Too

If you're not in the mood to leave your couch, we get it. But if you still want tasty food, you have to do *something,* right? To reach peak relaxation while eating a delicious meal, look no further than these staple LA-area restaurants that'll deliver ri

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Coronavirus causes LA’s Philippe the Original to close for first time in more than 100 years

Philippe the Original in Los Angeles, is always bustling with locals and tourists in search of the Chinatown mainstay’s french dipped sandwiches. But not on Monday or in the near future.

Entertainment | The Hometown

How coronavirus issued a stunning last call (for a while) for beloved LA watering holes, from Formosa Cafe to Casa Vega

A reporter’s brief pub crawl Monday was more like a crawl through a ghost town of locked doors and empty rooms.

News | News

Eerily empty freeways: A symbol of how the coronavirus has hurt Los Angeles - Los Angeles Times

Free-flowing traffic across Los Angeles seems more a cause for mourning than celebration as the region grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.

Entertainment | The Hometown

39 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (3-9-20 to 3-13-20)

This week, from Monday, March 9 to Friday, March 13, features Cava Discovery Week, Clock Tower Comedy at Union Station, ArtNight Pasadena, PaleyFest, Noche de Estrellas The Aquarium of the Pacific, an epic floral pop-up at Bar Fiorito and MUCH more.

History | Historic Los Angeles

How Tarantino's Team Turned LA Back 50 Years For 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'

A tour around the city with location manager Rich Schuler and production designer Barbara Ling

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

43 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A.! (3-6-2020 to 3-8-2020)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, March 6 to Sunday, March 8 features First Friday's at NHM, First-time Fridays at LACMA, The Holi Festival of Colors, Redondo Beach Kite Festival, Free Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® and MUCH more.

Music | Music

TAQUILA MOCKINGBIRD: KEEPING PUNK HISTORY ALIVE IN L.A.

Taquila Mockingbird developed a following in LA with her various bands (punk and jazz) beginning in 1977, and she became a fixture on the LA punk scene when, from 1980-1984, she booked acts as Do Monkey Productions with Richard Skidmore for New Wave Theat

News | News

Trader Joe’s founder Joe Coulumbe dies at 89

Joe Coulombe envisioned a new generation of young grocery shoppers emerging in the 1960s, one that wanted healthy, tasty, high-quality food they couldn’t find in most supermarkets and couldn’t affo…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

38 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (2-28-2020 to 3-1-2020)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, February 28 to Sunday, March 1 features Bob Baker Day, CatVideoFest, Los Angeles IPA Festival, Wine Camp, Swingout Sunday, Superman's birthday party, and MUCH more.

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Jewish deli food is having a moment in LA

From porkstrami to ceviche-topped bagels, chefs are redefining Jewish food in LA

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

37 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (2-24-20 to 2-28-20)

This week, from Monday, February 24 to Friday, February 28, features Free IHOP Pancakes on National Pancake Day, Fat Tuesday Celebrations, Two Bit Circus Beta Night, a Cheese & Comedy night at GCM, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes latest exhibit "afroLAtinidad

Music | Music

GWAR - What's In My Bag?

GWAR goes shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. Their latest album 'The Blood Of Gods' is available from Metal Blade Records. Check out their picks: Dicks...

News | News

Downtown’s Broadway poised to be first LA street to ban cars

A 1.5-mile stretch would be open to pedestrians, bikes, scooters, and buses—but not private vehicles.

Sports | Sports

Rival Executives See Obvious Flaws in Lakers Roster, but Help Is Available

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Lakers (40-12) may have a four-game advantage in the standings over the Los Angeles Clippers (37-17), but the Clippers, who are undefeated ...

News | The News

Adam Carolla: California would care about the homeless 'if it could get money from them' | Fox News

In an interview that aired Monday, comedian Adam Carolla told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that California's government isn't concerned about the poor because they can't get money from them, adding that the ultra poor is "untouchable."

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

49 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (2-10-20 to 2-14-20)

This week, from Monday, February 10 to Friday, February 14, features Valentine's Day date ideas, Frieze Los Angeles, Lucha VaVOOM's Pin Ups & Pin Downs , How to Break Up by Text, the stARTup Art Fair, and MUCH more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Fire Breaks out at West LA Homeless Encampment - WestsideToday

LAFD: no investigation into Monday morning fire The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) put out a fire that broke out...

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

'Gentefied' on Netflix confronts L.A.'s gentrification crisis - Los Angeles Times

Netflix's "Gentefied," executive produced by America Ferrera, confronts gentrification in Boyle Heights. Can it avoid contributing to the problem?

Music | Music

Amoeba announces new Hollywood location

The record store is moving to the Walk of Fame.

Architecture & Interior Design | Preservation Fails

10 L.A. Landmarks We Lost During the 2010s

Let’s take a moment to say goodbye to some historic places that we lost in the last decade

Miscellaneous | Places You Can Still Go

Crossroads of the World — Finding Lost Angeles

October 29, 1936 – “Tonight! Hollywood hails a new wonder.” Crossroads of
the World’s opening gala presented itself as a glamorous spectacle replete
with shopping, music and performances, and the attendance of international
film stars including several

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

35 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-31-2020 to 2-2-2020)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, January 31 to Sunday, February 2 features Night of Ideas at NHM, the Golden Dragon Parade, winter exhibition opening at The Hammer, Photo LA, Super Bowl food specials, and MUCH more.

News | News

Helicopter company in Kobe Bryant crash not certified to fly in poor visibility: reports - Reuters

The charter company whose helicopter crashed and killed basketball star Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others on Sunday was not certified to fly in conditions requiring pilots to fly using only cockpit instruments, media reports said.

News | In The News

Mountain Biker Recounts Witnessing the Kobe Bryant Crash | BIKE Magazine

At 9 a.m. on January 26th, Michael Dyer and Sam Gaglani met at Pedalers Fork in Calabasas, a boutique bike shop, restaurant and coffee spot, just like

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

27 Totally Fun Things To Do for Week in L.A. (1-27-20 to 1-31-20)

This week, from Monday, January 27 to Friday, January 31 features Pasadena Cheeseburger Week, LA Magazine’s 7th Annual Best New Restaurants Celebration, The Indie Beauty Expo, Photo LA., Night of Ideas Los Angeles and MUCH more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

33 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-24-2020 to 1-26-2020)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, January 24 to Sunday, January 26 features a massive museum free-for-all, the Japanese Food Expo, the Dodgers FanFest, a lunar new year festival at the Original Farmers Market, and more!

Sports | Cycling

LA Tourist Race

Gravel Bike California gets into the action for the 1st LA Tourist Race of the year on Saturday, January 11, 2020. Whole story at: https://ciclavalley.org/vi...

News | News

1 Person Critically Injured In Century City Shooting, Police Searching For Multiple Suspects – CBS Los Angeles

Police were investigating a shooting at a restaurant at Century City Mall Monday night that left one person in critical condition.

Sports | Sports

The Dodgers Have Paid A Huge Price In MLB’s Latest Cheating Scandal

The Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw have had their legacies altered by the Astros and Red Sox cheating.

News | News

60 people are injured after a plane dumped jet fuel, hitting six schools around Los Angeles - CNN

A Delta plane approaching Los Angeles International Airport dumped fuel, hitting children at six schools Tuesday. The victims were treated by dozens of firefighters and paramedics at the school and the FAA said it is now investigting.

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

A drive through 1940's Los Angeles!

A Drive Through Bunker Hill And Downtown Los Angeles Ca. 1940s

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

28 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-3-2020 to 1-5-2020)

Los Angeles provides no limit of things to do, some awesome and some not so awesome. Since time is…

Entertainment | Entertainment

'You' on Netflix: Season 2 is full of L.A. cliches. Here's why - Los Angeles Times

Season 2 of 'You,' on Netflix, shifts the action to Los Angeles — and sends up a number of stereotypes about the city along the way.

Sports | Sports

Why the Los Angeles Dodgers don’t need a big name to win the World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers have not really done anything yet this winter, leading to plenty of disappointed fans who think this team does not have enough. The...

Sports | Cycling

The Scene at the 2019 Cub House Bike and Car Show! – Sean Talkington & Michael Cedeño

We got the keys to The Cub House 2.0 in June of 2017. We’d been at our original little shop in South Pasadena for a couple of years and I was extremely nervous about the move to much more “upscale” San Marino, even though it was only a f

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

47 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (12-13-2019 to 12-15-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, December 13 to Sunday, December 15 features Union Stations Cocoa Concerts, Marina del Rey Holiday Boat Parade, Echo Park Community Parade, a Gremlins Holiday Party, ThriftCon LA, Hanukkah Festival at the Skirball Cultural

Politics | Politics

Judge blocks Los Angeles law requiring potential city contractors to disclose NRA ties

A federal judge Wednesday temporarily blocked a new Los Angeles law that requires potential city contractors to disclose any ties with the National Rifle Association.

Sports | Sports

Underappreciated Clippers, not Lakers, are the NBA's best

The Clippers are also uniquely suited to attack the Lakers’ biggest defensive weakness, Yardbarker's Sean Keane writes.

Politics | Politics

LA County’s Homeless Czar Is Going to Need an Extra Large Shopping Cart to Clean Out His Office After ‘Quitting’

Even for California government, where failing-up is a 72-font, doily-festooned entry dead-center on the office vision board, this epic fail was way over the line. Los Angeles County’s homeless czar is out of a job at the end of December – Merry Christmas!

Sports | Sports

NBA Rumors: Latest Buzz on Lakers' Dwight Howard, Warriors Draft Plans and More

Both Dwight Howard and the Golden State Warriors entered this summer very uncertain about their respective futures. Howard had been traded Memphis Grizzlies and was promptly waived to free up cap room...

History | Historic Los Angeles

“Picture Book: A Musso & Frank Tribute” on Vimeo

The Musso and Frank Grill has always been a beacon of light for literary Los Angeles. From Hemingway and Fitzgerald to Chandler and Bukowski, think of what’s…

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

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Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

44 Awesome Things To Do This Thanksgiving Weekend in L.A. (11-28-2019 to 12-1-2019)

This Thanksgiving weekend in L.A. from Thursday, November 28 to Sunday, December 1 features Thanksgiving dining specials, Christmas in The Wizarding World, Queen Mary Christmas, Mar Vista Art Walk, Pumas in the Park, a dance workshop at CAAM, the Hollywoo

News | Local News Articles

Survey: To be happy in LA, you need an annual salary of $204,855

A survey from Purdue University and GoBankingRates.com found that you need an annual salary of $204,855 to be happy in L.A. It also found that people need to be making between $117,060 and $146,325 annually for their emotional well-being.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

35 Ultimate Things to Do in Los Angeles – Fodors Travel Guide

Visiting LA means you can surf on the beach in the morning and by the afternoon be snowboarding on snow-capped mountains. LA is shopping on Rodeo Drive and rock shows on the Sunset Strip, 5-star restaurants and roadside taco trucks, movies at

News | Local News Articles

Report: The annual income needed to afford a home in LA County is $127K

To be able to afford a home in L.A. County, you will need to make at least $127,000 per year. That's according to a new report from the California Association of Realtors.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

33 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (11-8-2019 to 11-10-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, November 8 to Sunday, November 10 features Coco at The Hollywood Bowl, American Indian Arts Marketplace, Los Angeles Coffee Festival, Camp Flog Gnaw, Girl Gang Craft Los Angeles Holiday Market, Our Future Fest, and MUCH m

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

LA Times Misleads on US Policy, International Law and Jerusalem, Golan | CAMERA

The Los Angeles Times falsely declares that the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to

Sports | Sports

Chargers to London rumors: How NFL relocation could affect Patriots, others with huge AFC realignment

If the Chargers did indeed move to London, it could end up having a realignment ripple effect across the AFC

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

32 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (11-4-19 to 11-8-19)

This week, from Monday, November 4 to Friday, November 8, features Coco live at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles Coffee Festival, 29Rooms and MUCH more.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Blade Runner is set NOW: What November 2019 predictions did Harrison Ford movie get right?

BLADE RUNNER is set in November 2019, so what predictions did Harrison Ford’s movie get correct?

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

How Tarantino’s team made the ultra-'60s Hollywood in ‘Once Upon a Time’

Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" draws on personal memories for its look at an L.A. gone by, says production designer Barbara Ling.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

INSANITY: California's Prop 47 leads to rise in shoplifting, thefts, criminal activity across state

In a lighted garage on one of San Francisco's busiest streets, a young man in baggy trousers and messy brown hair pulled down his pants. He had been hiding two pairs of stolen jeans with the tags still on them. He handed them to another man waiting nearby

Politics | Malfeasance

Burgeoning Homeless, High Gas Prices — Is California Becoming Premodern?

California seems to be going premodern, with homeless people turning cities like San Francisco into medieval towns with disease and feces on the streets, high gas prices, crowded roads, and people turning the lights off.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Genius bureaucrats in Los Angeles successfully increase wait times for Uber and Lyft at LAX

"The MINIMUM WAIT WILL BE 45 MINS TO 1 HOUR AFTER THE TERMINAL BUS RIDE!"

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

54 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Halloween Week You Need to Know About (10-28-19 to 11-1-19)

This week, from Monday, October 28 to Friday, November 1, features Grand Park Día de los Muertos, Fantastic Planet larger than life public art piece, Scary Delicious Bug and Wine Pairing, BE KIND, REWIND 90s HALLOWEEN PARTY, Night Dive at the Aquarium of

News | Local News Articles

California's power blackouts, energy nightmare and more are coming your way, America

Californians can expect more wildfires, more power outages, and higher electric bills for at least a decade.  

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Apartments for the homeless in Los Angeles could cost more than a half-million dollars each to build

Apartments for the homeless are expected to cost up to $600,000 each, but none have actually been built yet.

Politics | Illegal Immigration

ICE Official Says 100 Illegal Alien Criminals Released in Los Angeles Every Day

The top deportation official for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency told Congress that as many as 100 illegal alien criminals are released back on the streets in Los Angeles every day due to California's sanctuary city policies.

Miscellaneous | Other Stories

Barbie lists her real-life Malibu Dreamhouse on AirBNB for $60 a night

The pink palace will be listed for only $60 a night to commemorate Barbie brand’s 60th anniversary and can only be booked once.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Ten Really Cool Places For Geeks & Nerds To Visit In Los Angeles - Your Mileage May Vary

A while back we wrote about places in New York City that would be perfect for geeks and nerds. Of course, the Big Apple isn’t the only place with such locations; Los Angeles has more than its share of stuff for geeks and nerds to enjoy… Eighty Two Eig

Food & Drink | Coffee

Wake Up and Smell the Newest Independent Coffee Shops in LA

From the Downtown LA Arts District to Pacific Palisades, get your caffeine fix at the latest and greatest indie coffee shops in LA.

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

L.A. Taco - Celebrating The Taco Lifestyle in Los Angeles

We are completely obsessed with Los Angeles, and introduce you to the best tacos, art, music, and people.

Music | Music

Has Punk Rock Died in L.A. and O.C.? These Five Bands Prove Otherwise ~ L.A. TACO

These acts vary greatly in their use of power chords and shouting style, but they prove that there’s a subgenre for everyone in this diverse scene that’s been growing for the last 40 years and as strong as ever.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

48 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (10-7-19 to 10-11-19)

This week, from Monday, October 7 to Friday, October 11, features Pie Night at 189 by Dominique Ansel, Griffith Observatory Sunset Walk & Talk, Malibu Wine Safari Haunted Nights Tour, Pasadena ArtNight, San Fernando Valley Halloween Drive-In Nights, L

History | History

40 Photos of Los Angeles Over From 1910 to Now!

So much has happened since the city was founded in 1871. It all started when studios popped up all over town and Old Hollywood took over.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

46 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (9-30-19 to 10-4-19)

This week, from Monday, September 30 to Friday, October 4, features Nights of the Jack, a Tito’s Vodka & Tito’s Tacos party, Freeform’s Halloween Town, Alpine Village Oktoberfest, Dumpling & Beer Festival, Haunted Little Tokyo and MUCH more.

Sports | Sports

Dodgers: What Went Wrong With the Rest of the NL West

facebook twitter pinterest reddit linkedin The Dodgers’ seventh consecutive NL West title was perhaps their easiest yet, chiefly on the strength of their consistent play from Opening Day to game 162 (in which they can set the franchise record for single s

History | Hollywood

On Its 100th Anniversary, Musso & Frank’s Grill Gets the Star Treatment

The venerable restaurant, an outpost of both Hollywood glamour and comforting camaraderie for a century, is honored on the Walk of Fame

News | Local News Articles

Average L.A. County gas price records largest daily increase since 2015, rising 6.9 cents overnight

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County Friday recorded its largest daily increase since July 15, 2015, rising 6.9 cents to $3.97.

Music | Music

Why the Black Keys shut out hundreds of fans, causing chaos at the Wiltern

The Black Keys made tickets to their Wiltern show nontransferable to third-party vendors, leaving fans who bought tickets from sites such as StubHub turned away at the doors.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

43 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-20-2019 to 9-22-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, September 20 to Sunday, September 22 features The Queen Mary Night Market, Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day, Dino Fest at NHMLA, Oktoberfest at Eagle Rock Brewery, The Barnsdall Art & Craft Fair and MUCH more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

38 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-13-2019 to 9-15-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, September 13 to Sunday, September 15 features Grand Park + Outfest Present PROUD Picnic + Movie Night, TARFEST, Doggie Paradise at The Queen Mary, Mid-Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown, COAST Open Streets in Santa Monica

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

Move over, shipping container apartments, and make room for PodShare

It's like prison, except you rent your cell.

Politics | Donald Trump

Report: Trump, Fed-Up With Dems, Orders White House Officials To Combat CA Homelessness

President Trump, disgusted with the inability of California's Democrats to address the skyrocketing number of homeless people in California’s major cities, has ordered White House officials to address the issue, according to

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

32 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (9-9-19 to 9-13-19)

This week, from Monday, September 9 to Friday, September 13, features Twilight Concerts On The Pier, Griffith Observatory Sunset Walk & Talk, Brian Wilson & The Zombies at The Greek Theatre, Moonlight Yoga at LA River, Son of Monsterpalooza and MU

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

43 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-6-2019 to 9-8-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, September 6 to Sunday, September 8 features The Original Long Beach Lobster Festival, Muse 'til Midnight at LACMA, Downtown Long Beach Buskerfeest, The Moon Festival Spectacular and MUCH more.

Music | Music

Shannon Shaw - What's In My Bag?

Singer Shannon Shaw (Shannon & The Clams) goes shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. Her debut solo album 'Shannon in Nashville' is available on Easy Eye ...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

44 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A.! (8-23-2019 to 8-25-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, August 23 to Sunday, August 25 features DTLA Proud, L.A. Food & Wine, Roller Skating at Union Station, Chinatown Cinema, LATINAFest, and MUCH more.

Sports | Cycling

8 Amazing Bike Rides In Los Angeles: LAist

8 great rides that take place on roads that are entirely car-free or have light traffic — and they work for folks of all fitness levels.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

Los Angeles County Nixes $1.7 Billion Deal To Replace Jail After Pressure From Prison Abolition Advocates | Daily Wire

Elected officials in Los Angeles County decided to scrap a $1.7 billion jail project last week after anti-incarceration activists convinced them to change course, adopting a new “care first, jail last” approach.

News | The News

LA residents fed up with officials, demand change after homeless crisis spirals in city

It’s the stale stench of liquor and human waste that hits you first. Then it's visual -- row after row of dirty tarp tents crammed together on the sidewalk next to piles rotting trash and broken appliances. There are half-dressed, drugged-out shells of

Food & Drink | Bars & Restaurants

15 Feast-Worthy Steakhouses in Los Angeles

Look no further for properly cooked meat, satisfying sides, and well-made drinks

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

47 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (8-12-19 to 8-16-19)

This week, from Monday, August 12 to Friday, August 16, features TAP TAKEOVER at Skyspace, Echo Park Rising, The Derry Canal Days Festival (a.k.a. IT Chapter Two experience), LA Zoo Roaring Nights, Jurassic Park in concert at The Hollywood Bowl and MUCH m

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Children’s Museums in Los Angeles

Looking for the best kids museums? These family-favorite museums are some of the best in the world and luckily, in Los Angeles.

News | News

LA getting serious about lifting minimum parking space requirements in Downtown - Curbed LA

Downtown Los Angeles could become the city’s first neighborhood to do away with parking minimums.

Politics | Politics

Opinion: Signs of anti-Semitism in state ethnic studies plan - Los Angeles Times

Public high schools in California should teach ethnic studies. But a draft of the model curriculum the state is developing carries more than a whiff of anti-Jewish bias.

News | News

'Machete' to the rescue: Actor Danny Trejo helps save child trapped in overturned car in Sylmar

Actor Danny Trejo got the chance to play real-life hero Wednesday when he helped rescue a young child trapped in an overturned car in Sylmar.

News | Antisemitism

URGENT ACTION NEEDED: Stop Anti-Israel Hate in California Public Schools

The State of California is currently reviewing a model Ethnic Studies curriculum, which openly promotes hateful boycotts against Israel and omits antisemitism as a form of bigotry.

Music | Music

THE DOGS "Fed Up" Live at Cafe Nela - 6.15.19

The Detroit Dogs Filmed Live at Cafe Nela in Los Angeles by Deb Frazin - MOTOR CITY LEGENDS!!!!

Entertainment | Movies

Behind the Scenes of Quentin Tarantino’s New Homage to Hollywood

AD gets a first look at the sets of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and more

News | Local News Articles

Critics sue to stop Hollywood project that would displace Amoeba Music

Weeks after Los Angeles officials gave the green light for a new development on the Hollywood site now occupied by Amoeba Music, critics are suing the city to stop it, arguing that it would tear down a “cultural resource” that deserves protection.

Politics | Media Bias

At Los Angeles Times, Sliding Scale for Israeli, Palestinian Extremists | CAMERA

The Los Angeles Times' Noga Tarnopolsky applies a sliding scale when it comes to Israeli and Palestinians extremists and hard-liners. Her unsubstantiated claim that

Politics | Illegal Immigration

LAPD Chief Moore Says Los Angeles Police Won't Help ICE

In a horrific video that undermines the rule of law, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Michel Moore pledged that the police will not help ICE deport any illegal immigrants. Instead, they stand with lawbreakers.

Music | Music

The Wild Reeds - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

http://KEXP.ORG presents The Wild Reeds performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded May 15, 2017. Songs: Capable Fall To Sleep Only Songs Fruition Host: Joh...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

53 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (7-19-2019 to 7-21-2019)

This weekend in L.A. from Friday, July 19 to Sunday, July 21 features Delicious Little Tokyo, the Margarita Showdown, Apollo 11 celebrations and screenings, the South Pasadena Arts Crawl, POW! WOW! Long Beach, the return of Smorgasburg LA’s 3rd Annual Ice

News | News

MS-13 gang's bloody reign of terror in San Fernando Valley leaves residents horrified - Los Angeles Times

A federal indictment detailing killings by the MS-13 gang's Fulton clique shows the Central American gang's bloody tactics could be escalating in the Valley.

Politics | Illegal Immigration

WATCH: LA Mayor Garcetti On Eve Of ICE Raids: ‘Rest Assured, We Are Not Coordinating With ICE’ | Daily Wire

On Saturday, on the eve of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in cities across America, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti released a video on Twitter in which he told illegal immigrants, “Rest assured, here in Los Angeles we are not coordi

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

It was the Coliseum’s mystery mural, until a teenage detective solved its 50-year puzzle

It took a curious high school student to uncover who painted the flaming sun mural beneath the massive archway at the stadium.

Politics | Malfeasance

Austin Mayor Steve Adler Learns How to Multiply the Homeless

Austin Mayor Steve Adler went on a trip west, taking cues on handling homeless problems from Los Angeles and Seattle, cities that are getting killed by homeless pathologies.

Science & Technology | Tech

Earthquake warning app didn't alert users before 2 major quakes. Here's why.

The Shake Alert LA app was changed to detect lower intensity shaking after users were frustrated by a lack of warning following two earthquakes.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

Teachers Union Teams With Black Lives Matter To End Random Searches In L.A. Public Schools | Daily Wire

An activist coalition in Los Angeles recently claimed victory after education officials voted to end mandatory, random student searches in the city’s public schools, a policy that has been in place for ne

News | The News

LA Activist Sends Message To Trump: Please Save Our City | Daily Wire

In an video message aimed at President Trump, Los Angeles activist Alexandra Datig pleaded for the president to intercede regarding the soaring homelessness in Los Angeles, asserting, “Please, President Trump, we are calling on you: Help our city.

News | In The News

Largest earthquake in decades hits Southern California, measuring 6.4 magnitude - Los Angeles Times

Earthquake rattles Southern California. The 10:33 a.m. quake was centered in the Searles Valley, a remote area of Kern County about 100 miles from L.A.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

22 Really Cool Things to do This July in Los Angeles (2019)

July 2019 event highlights include Old Pasadena Summer Cinema, The Lotus Festival, an immersive Apollo 11 show, a margarita showdown, sunset concerts, summer Jazz nights, and MUCH more!

Sports | Cycling

Opening the Streets of Los Angeles to Showcase Its Culture

The goal of CicLAvia is to bring together the diverse bike scene throughout L.A.

Travel | Travel

The Best Weekend Trips from Los Angeles | Departures

These are the best quick getaways from Los Angeles, whether you want a weekend at the beach, to hike in the mountains, or visit a new city.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Train and Railroad-Related Attractions in Los Angeles for Kids

Los Angeles has many train-related attractions. Here you'll find the best places in LA to take your train-crazy kid.

News | Local News Articles

Amoeba Music Set to Be Torn Down, Replaced With Complex After L.A. Council Votes to Approve Zoning Changes

The John Ferraro Council Chamber at Los Angeles City Hall is hardly the most artistically expressive of places, but on Tuesday, the room played host to an event that will have real world consequences for generations of music fanatics.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

How to Do Summer in LA!

After an uncharacteristically chilly winter, summer is finally peaking through the clouds in LA! Get ready for a season of sun, friends, lots of beach time, live music, outdoor movies, and plenty of good eating and drinking. Consider this page your one-st

Politics | Politics

WATCH: How Dangerous Is The L.A. Homeless Problem? This Dangerous. | Daily Wire

A new video report by KOMO News on the homeless crisis in Los Angeles highlights what addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky describes as conditions not seen since the Middle Ages. The number of homeless has exploded in the area, up 16% in one year, now top

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

47 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (6-24-19 to 6-28-19)

This week, from Monday, June 24 to Friday, June 28, features Astronomy on Tap, an Outdoor Movie Screening Series at The Ford Theatres, Los Angeles Zoo’s Roaring Nights, Summer Nights in the Garden at NHM, Shakespeare on the Bluff and MUCH more.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Cast Join Of Annabelle 3 In Los Angeles at The World Premiere

The cast of Annabelle Comes Home takes the red carpet at the World Premiere in Los Angeles  last night.  See it in UK cinemas July 10. Take a look of some pics below.

Politics | Politics

Activists target Mayor Eric Garcetti with a recall campaign, citing homelessness crisis - Los Angeles Times

Critics of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti launched a signature-gathering effort Wednesday in a bid to remove him from office for his handling of the homeless crisis.

Food & Drink | Bars & Restaurants

First Look: L.A.'s Famed Formosa Cafe Debuts $2.4 Million Refresh | Hollywood Reporter

On June  28, L.A.'s storied Formosa Cafe returns after a two-year redo "to make it look almost exactly the same."

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

43 Awesome Things To Do This Father's Day Weekend in L.A. (6-14-2019 to 6-16-2019)

This Father's Day weekend, from Friday, June 14 to Sunday, June 16 features KTOWN Night Market, Fringe Festival, Taqueando, a Bread Festival at GCM, Pride on the Promenade, the Pasadena Chalk Festival, KCRW World Festival, and MUCH more.

News | The News

UNION BOSS: L.A. Mayor’s ‘Green New Deal’ Is Pushing Members Toward GOP And Trump | Daily Wire

Organized labor in Los Angeles recently launched an ad campaign blasting Democratic Mayor Eric Garcetti over his proposed "Green New Deal," claiming the environmental plan would cost union jobs, increase energy bills, and erode the middle-class.