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Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

The Arclight Closed: Why Losing This Tiny Theater Chain Means So Much | IndieWire

The 18 Arclight and Pacific theaters represented about 100 screens — and the belief that they were too important to fail.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The story Oki-Dog, L.A.’s legendary punk hangout

“It took a commitment to eat an Oki dog.” Throughout the late 1970s and early '80s, Los Angeles punks found refuge and community at a place serving food that people with more refined palates considered outrageous. This is the history of Oki-Dog.

Politics | BLM

BLM Co-Founder Buys $1.4 Million Home In Virtually All-White Area. Black Commentators Slam Her.

After reports that a $1.4 million home in a secluded area of Los Angeles whose population is reputedly less than 2% black was sold to one of the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, some black conservative commentators took her to task.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

60 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (4-9-2021 to 4-11-2021)

This weekend, we've got several new gallery openings, a one-night-only walk-through art experience, outdoor yoga, a new cocktail bar, a virtual comedy fest, online tours and lectures, and more.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Downtown LA’s Incredible New Open-Air Restaurant Towers Over 900 Feet High  - Eater LA

The 71Above team is opening a mezze restaurant across the 69th floor of the US Bank Tower building

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (4-2-2021 to 4-4-2021)

This weekend, we've got Dine Out Long Beach, in-person and online art shows, Easter markets and brunch specials, new exhibits at LACMA and the Natural History Museum, an online murder-mystery game, and more.

News | The News

Riot Police Clash With Hundreds of Homeless in Los Angeles

Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles has been home to thousands of homeless people since 2019.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

35 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (3-26-2021 to 3-28-2021)

This weekend, we've got an outdoor market to benefit Stop AAPI Hate, museum reopenings, drive-in comedy, baking workshops, new pop-up restaurants, Passover menus for takeout and delivery, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

As LA Eases Restrictions, the City’s Beloved Dive Bars Begin to Plan for Reopening - Eater LA

As the county plans to move into the less restrictive orange tier, some of LA’s most popular drinking dens could once again serve alcohol on-site

Politics | BLM

Did LA Times Bury Important Evidence About LA DA Gascón’s Dismissal of BLM-related Attempted Train Derailment Case?

Emanuel Padilla claimed his attorney was a longtime friend of Gascon and was talking to him about dismissing the case.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

37 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (3-19-2021 to 3-21-2021)

This weekend, we've got the return of Desert X, new virtual and IRL art, drive-in movies, March Madness food deals, and more.

News | The News

Speed Cameras In LA? A New Bill Would Allow CA Cities To Explore The Technology

State and local leaders call speed cameras a 'proven tool' to reduce speeding and save lives.

News | News

California Cities Get $2.72 Billion Windfall from ‘COVID Relief’ Bill

As many predicted in the run-up to the passage of the COVID relief bill, the package includes some hefty bailouts for the predominantly...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

38 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (3-12-2021 to 3-14-2021)

This weekend, we've got a Jarritos soda pop-up, drive-in comedy and movies, Pi Day specials, new art shows, and more.

Politics | Politics

The Miseducation of America’s Elites | Bari Weiss

Affluent parents, terrified of running afoul of the new orthodoxy in their children’s private schools, organize in secret.

News | News

Kroger closes 3 stores in Los Angeles over a $5-per-hour hazard pay mandate

Kroger said it will close three stores in Los Angeles after local officials mandated $5-per-hour hazard pay for grocery and drug store workers.

News | The News

Eyewitness Newsmakers: Mayor Eric Garcetti discusses vaccine progress, reopening restaurants in Los Angeles

Mayor Eric Garcetti says Los Angeles COVID-19 case rates are dropping enough that the county may soon leave the state's most restrictive purple tier, letting restaurants reopen indoor dining.

Style & Fashion | Style & Fashion

Fred Segal, Designer Who Commodified California Cool, Dies at 87 - The New York Times

His laid-back style and namesake jeans made him a touchstone of 1960s fashion, drawing celebrities and tourists alike to his stores.

News | News

Soros-Backed Los Angeles DA Faces Recall Effort

George-Soros backed Los Angeles District Attorney, George Gascón, faces a recall effort by a coordinated group of victims’ rights...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

43 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (2-26-2021 to 2-28-2021)

This weekend, we've got a Spongebob Squarepants drive-in experience, rooftop yoga, virtual art galleries, Bob Baker Day, Golden Globes takeout specials, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

9 Southern California Spots for Actual Carhop Service

Burgers, shakes, pizzas, and more — and sometimes even served on roller skates

News | In The News

L.A. restaurants struggle with a new form of dine-and-dash

Spoon by H restaurant is closing after months of reduced business, chargebacks and refund requests during the pandemic. It's just one of many restaurants footing the bill as diners discover new ways to dine and dash.

Sports | Cycling

PRAY FOR SPEED | A Cycling Film | Vandoit

The Pray For Speed film follows cyclist, Safa, in search of some of the fastest descents in Southern California.Full length descents:1. Mt. San Jacinto: http...

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

LA’s Historic Firestone Tire Building Is Reborn

After four long years, the fully restored Mid-Wilshire streamline moderne building reopens today with craft beer and tacos

Entertainment | Culture/Art

Rebellion and rock ‘n’ roll: The Sunset Strip in the ’60s

How go-go dancing teens—and the underage clubs that embraced them—turned the Strip technicolor.

News | News

Soros-Backed Los Angeles DA Drops Death Penalty for Cop Killer

Los Angeles' Soros-installed District Attorney, George Gascón, announced Friday that his office won't seek the death penalty for a gang member who killed a police officer. The assailant also shot and killed his own cousin. and his own cousin. Michael Chr

News | The News

Orange County D.A. Says If L.A. County’s Gascón Won’t ‘Seek Justice’ For Slain Six-Year-Old, He Wants The Case

A California prosecutor says if Los Angeles County's new controversial district attorney won't pursue the maximum punishment for a crime committed nearly forty years ago, he wants the case.

News | The News

Appointments are no longer needed to get tested for COVID-19 at L.A. city-run sites

People interested in getting tested can show up to one of the city’s testing sites during the normal business hours of 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., from Monday through Saturday, Mayor Eric Garcetti said…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

35 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (2-19-2021 to 2-21-2021)

This weekend, we've got a themed carwash, a conversation with Ai Weiwei, virtual poetry slams, online art exhibits and astronomy events, drive-in cinema, a new seafood restaurant, sushi deals, and more.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Art House Movie Theaters Fight On Amid Pandemic | Hollywood Reporter

While some independent movie houses have closed indefinitely, others persevere with a mix of drive-ins, virtual screenings and concession sales as they apply for long-awaited federal relief.

Politics | Politics

A Day In The Life Of A Brewery Crushed By LA's Shifting COVID Rules

The county even regulates what meets the standard of a 'bonafide meal' each group of customers is required to buy if they would like to order beer.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

51 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (2-12-2021 to 2-14-2021)

This weekend, we've got Lunar New Year events, Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day specials, a mysterious online cruise, a drive-thru food fest, romantic drive-in screenings, candle workshops, a birding class, and more.

News | The News

Metro considers congestion pricing for DTLA, I-10 Freeway, Santa Monica Mountains

Two years ago, the Metro Board of Directors voted to explore strategies to ease the snarling traffic that famously plague Los Angeles - including congestion pricing.  Now,

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

31 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (2-5-2021 to 2-7-2021)

This weekend, we've got Super Bowl-themed takeout specials and cooking classes, the Puppy Bowl, film and literature discussions, art activities for kids, and more.

News | News

Los Angeles City Councilors Each Employ Between 22 to 36 Aides, Some Making Over $100K

The spendthrift Los Angeles City Council – a city $5.1 billion in debt – allows each council members to employ

Entertainment | The Hometown

Outdoor dining can resume in L.A. County, but no TV allowed and no more than 6 people per table | KTLA

After a two-month ban, Los Angeles County restaurants are once again welcoming customers for outdoor dining Friday. California state officials lifted the regional stay-at-home order earlier this week, and L.A. County officials announced that restaurants,

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

28 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (1-29-2021 to 1-31-2021)

This weekend, we've got a new Brazilian restaurant, a sexy film fest, a star-studded comedy show, fortune readings, photo exhibits, and more.

News | The News

‘Now do water fountains!’ Parody Titania McGrath OWNS woke non-parody Brentwood School for openly pushing segregation

But we thought segregation was bad?

News | The News

L.A. County to allow outdoor dining Friday after California lifts regional stay-at-home order

After Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted the regional stay-at-home order, Los Angeles County officials on Monday announced many venues can reopen and outdoor dining can resume Friday. The county is aligning with the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, allowing activitie

News | Antisemitism Watch

Dean of Southwestern Law School Condemns Alumnus Who Said ‘We Need a New Hitler’

The Bullocks Wilshire Building on the campus of the Southwestern Law School. Photo: public domain/Wikimedia. The Dean of Southwestern Law …

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

24 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (1-22-2021 to 1-24-2021)

This weekend, we've got a women-focused food fest, a video art & music series, fantastical tours, movie trivia, virtual concerts, and more.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Los Angeles County’s New Controversial D.A. Says ‘The Justice Reform Movement Gains An Ally In’ The ‘White House’

Minutes before Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón expressed solidarity with the new administration on social media.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Vienna Pastry Makes Good On Its Threat, Is Now Permanently Closed | What Now Los Angeles

Vienna Pastry last week warned it would have to close its Santa Monica doors of 65 years for good if it did not quickly receive a cash infusion to pay down...

News | In The News

LAPD chief calls out deadly crime surge - Los Angeles Times

The first two weeks of 2021 saw 59 shooting victims in South L.A. compared with seven last year, Chief Michel Moore says.

News | NEWS

Los Angeles Public School Students Must Get COVID-19 Vaccine When Offered To Return

When COVID-19 vaccines become available for children, students enrolled in the Los Angeles Unified School District must be inoculated before returning to the classroom, Superintendent Austin Beutner said.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Capitol Studios Shutters its Mastering Division - Variety

The mastering department of the famed Capitol Studios in Hollywood is being closed down. The recording studios will continue to operate.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

COVID-19 Updates: Reopenings, Outdoor Happenings, Cancellations + More

Here at DoLA, we want to keep you as updated as possible on the latest surrounding re-openings, new social-distancing safe events, testing sites, event cancellations, and regulations set in place by the city of Los Angeles and the state of California to s

Sports | Sports

Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93

Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has died at the age of 93 after suffering heart failure at his home Thursday night.

Sports | Sports

Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93

Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has died at the age of 93 after suffering heart failure at his home Thursday night.

Entertainment | Music

The Ghastly Ones - Robot Atomico

From the album called "Unearthed" by The Ghastly OnesSubscribe to my channel if you like my videos.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

24 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (1-1-2020 to 1-3-2020)

busy, make you laugh, teach you something, or help you feel less alone.This week, we’ve got a drive-thru festival, online quests and variety shows, the Japanese American National Museum’s virtual Oshogatsu Family Festival, and more.

News | News

New Year's Eve Parties in Los Angeles: It's Happening - The New York Times

Not-so-secret nightclubs in Los Angeles and new apps alike seek partygoers, even as the coronavirus pandemic rattles California.

News | News

Police respond as maskless protesters force their way into Erewhon Market in Fairfax

Los Angeles police responded after a mass of maskless demonstrators forced their way into an Erewhon Market in the Fairfax district Tuesday afternoon in protest of coronavirus restrictions. Officers responded to the store on Beverly Boulevard around 3:30

Politics | Malfeasance

FINALLY! LA District Attorneys Union Announces It's Seeking a Restraining Order Against Gascon

Gascon's Special Directive regarding strikes, special allegations, and enhancements directs prosecutors to break the law, they say.

Politics | Politics

George Gascón Implements Sweeping Changes To Los Angeles District Attorney's Office : NPR

The new DA in Los Angeles County will not seek the death penalty, excessive criminal sentences or cash bail. He said his experiences as a young police officer 40 years ago shaped his approach.

News | News

'It's So Much Worse Than Before.' Dread And Despair Haunt Nurses Inside LA's ICUs

As hospitals struggle with the patient surge in Los Angeles County, their ICU nurses are overwhelmed by the physical demands and emotional toll of caring for the most seriously ill COVID-19 patients.

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Vetoes Plan to Redistribute 'Defund the Police' Funds for Not Being Progressive Enough

Eric Garcetti vetoed a plan backed by black and Latino members to redistribute LAPD funds, saying it did not answer the "call of history."

Entertainment | The Hometown

Show Your Love for Miceli’s, a Legendary Hollywood Eatery – NBC Los Angeles

The famous Italian restaurant, which also has a location in Universal City, just launched a fundraiser. Also? You can buy meals for local ICU workers.

Politics | Politics

Hollywood Blvd Struggling Amid Pandemic With 75% Of Businesses Boarded Up m

The popular tourist attraction Hollywood BLVD has been badly hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, with 75% of the famous street's businesses now boarded up with

Politics | Politics

Newsom sued by restaurant owner over California coronavirus shutdown

A California restaurant is suing California Gov. Gavin Newsom and other state officials over an order that forced it to close due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic after its owner shared a video of a television production with tables set up next t

Entertainment | The Hometown

Miceli’s Italian Restaurant, Hollywood’s Oldest, Issues Funds Plea – Deadline

Miceli's Italian Restaurant, Hollywood's Oldest Pizzeria, Issues Fundraising Plea For Help

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

35 Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend (12-18-2020 to 12-20-2020)

This weekend, we have a Home Alone pizza pop-up, interactive online concerts and theater, outdoor art, a new sushi spot, and more.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

'Stunned at the price tag,' L.A. councilman asks city to study cost of tiny home villages

Councilman Paul Koretz asks city agencies to find ways to reduce tiny-home costs that can hit $130,000

News | The News

Two Big LA Restaurants Close Because of ‘Draconian’ Outdoor Dining Ban

Plus, how to help the East Hollywood community cookouts, and the LA Times calls the lack of federal funding for restaurants a ‘national disgrace’

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

This was the SURF Los Angeles has been waiting for

Los Angeles actually had REAL surf. The best surf swell we've had in years hit the South Bay December 8-9, 2020.Barrels, good size and open faces are a few ...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

63 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (12-10-2020 to 12-16-2020)

This week, we've got Hanukkah events and food specials, holiday markets, virtual performances and tours, and more.

Music | Music

X - Goodbye Year, Goodbye (Official Music Video)

'Goodbye Year, Goodbye' from X's new album ALPHABETLANDStream/Buy ALPHABETLAND here: http://xtheband.lnk.to/ALPHABETLANDhttps://www.instagram.com/xthebandof...

Politics | Politics

Soros Pick for LA District Attorney Sworn In, Immediately Ends Cash Bail, Pushes Back On Death Penalty Cases

The newly sworn in District Attorney for Los Angeles, who was heavily supported by Progressive billionaire George Soros, immediate embarked

Entertainment | Music

Mermaid A-Go-Go CD | MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL

I’m not sure why I dig this sort of shit, but I really do. They start off with a nice surf instrumental that has hints of spaghetti western sprinkled about. It’s got a casual tempo and just kind of puts you at ease. For the second track, they come out

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

‘These are MASSIVE changes’: LA’s new district attorney puts an end to cash bail, looks to re-sentence 20,000 people

The new district attorney has decided to reopen four cases involving police shootings as well.

Politics | Malfeasance

WATCH: LAPD officers beat protesters outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s home

"This happened right outside his window while he was sipping his morning coffee."

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

43 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (12-3-2020 to 12-9-2020)

This week, we've got new options and specials for takeout, in-car holiday spectacles, and virtual theater, lectures, film debuts, and more.

Politics | Politics

Judge Says Los Angeles County Health Officials Must Provide Evidence To Justify Ban On Outdoor Dining At Restaurants

On Wednesday, a judge instructed attorneys representing the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to return to court next week with medical

Politics | Politics

It’s the great San Francisco exodus | Fortune

Tech heavyweights are leaving the Bay Area for Miami, Austin, and Los Angeles.

Food & Drink | Restaurants

Best Holiday Desserts and Where to Get Them in LA

These holiday desserts and treats—from Bûche de Noël to a mango mousse cake—will make the holidays a little brighter in Los Angeles

Politics | Malfeasance

LA County Used Federal COVID Relief Funds To ‘Recruit Celebrity Influencers’ For Coronavirus PR Campaign

Los Angeles County used millions in federal coronavirus relief dollars, meant to help struggling Californians stay afloat during extended, pandemic

News | The News

L.A. County’s holiday COVID-19 restrictions face skepticism from weary public

It was a Black Friday contrast that speaks to the immense challenge facing public health officials as they try to slow an unprecedented coronavirus surge during a holiday season that many hoped would be a reprieve from a year of pandemic restrictions. Los

Sports | Cycling

Rider Profile: Kelli Samuelson — Pretty Damned Fast

Interview by Anna Maria, Photos by Sisilia Piring Kelli Samuelson is always on the move. Last time I saw her she was pulling triple duty, racing Red Hook for Team Cinelli Chrome , juggling LA Sweat tasks, and loading in to the massive New York Bike Expo f

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

New drive-in opens in Hollywood in December

The Arena Cinelounge Drive-In opens Dec. 1 in a parking lot behind the Egyptian Theater.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

The Truth About Surfing in Los Angeles

Here's the truth about surfing in Los Angeles, to be more specific the South Bay region of Los Angeles. Forget the social media post. Photographers and video...

Entertainment | The Hometown

Pasadena to keep outdoor dining open despite L.A. County health order | KTLA

The Pasadena City Council decided Monday to keep restaurants open for dining, despite the Los Angeles County public health order requiring outdoor dining to halt as of Wednesday. While the city cou…

Politics | Politics

L.A. Hits 300 Homicides After Mayor Eric Garcetti Defunds Police by $150 Million

L.A. recorded 300 homicides after Mayor Eric Garcetti's decision to defund police by $150 million, including cuts to the homicide division.

Politics | Liberal Fascism

L.A. County bans OUTDOOR dining, provides no scientific backup

And just like that, L.A. County just destroyed thousands of businesses:

Sports | Sports

Dodgers: The Best of Tommy Lasorda! 8 Most Memorable Moments!

The legendary Los Angeles Dodgers skipper Thomas Charles Lasorda won 1,599 regular season games, eight division titles, four league pennants, and two World Series championships as a Dodgers manager from […] More

Politics | Politics

RESIST | Meet The Activists Disrupting LA’s Unjust Justice System / part 1 of 12

This short documentary series maps the profoundly racist landscape of LA’s Justice system through the eyes of the activists working to change it. Patrisse Kh...

Music | Music

Bleached - Dazed

Provided to YouTube by BWSCD, Inc. Dazed · Bleached Francis ℗ 2011 Post Present Medium Released on: 2011-06-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Politics | Liberal Fascism

5 books temporarily removed from required reading list for Burbank schools amid outcry from parents - ABC7 Los Angeles

The iconic novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" is among five books on race that have been temporarily removed from the required reading list in the Burbank Unified School District after complaints from parents.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

53 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (11-12-2020 to 11-18-2020)

This week, we've got holiday displays, food pop-ups, DesignerCon, bake sales, Adult Swim Festival,and more.

News | News

LA Restaurant Owners React to County’s Proposed COVID-19 Recovery Fee Surcharge

The proposed fee would be an additional charge for diners eating on the premises

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Bootleg, One of LA’s Best Pan Pizza Spots, Gains Mid-City Storefront - Eater LA

Bootleg Pizza has gone from underground hit to food truck, and now it’s jumping into the brick and mortar restaurant game

Advice & Self-Help | dating, relationships

This is LA: Julie Ferman - YouTube

Jesus showed Robin Bullock who would win the US election. Then He revealed what's next... ▶▶Get your copy of Hidden Time [Digital Download] by Robin D. Bullo...

Advice & Self-Help | dating, relationships

Julie's Mitzvah Matches & The Cupid's Coach Code | Julie Ferman Associates

What's a mitzvah? Hubby, Gil is Jewish, and my DNA test revealed that I'm 11% European Jew. Who knew?

Sports | Sports

Where Does Clayton Kershaw Rank Among 50 Best Starting Pitchers in MLB History?

A lack of postseason success was the one blemish on the resume of Clayton Kershaw, who had otherwise cemented his place as one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history...

News | The News

Lakers, Dodgers title runs becoming a COVID-19 mess for Los Angeles

The Lakers won the NBA championship two weeks ago and the Dodgers are one game away from winning the World Series. Their run through the playoffs has prompted watch parties and celebrations.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

VOTE AND TREAT YOURSELF TO A DEAL OR FREEBIE - YOU DESERVE IT!

Vote and Treat Yourself to a deal or Freebie - You Deserve It! 

One of the many benefits of voting is the opportunity to score great deals and freebies around LA. Turn in your early voting ballot or show up to the polls on election day, just make sure to

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

56 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (10-22-2020 to 10-28-2020)

We used to tell you about all the things you could go out and do in Los Angeles on…

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Swingers to Reopen: Westside Food Scene - WestsideToday

Westside Food Scene October 22, 2020 By Kerry Slater Swingers Back in Businesses Swingers, the popular American diner, is reopening...

Food & Drink | Food

The Best Hamburgers for Pickup & Delivery Near Me | October 2020

Wondering where to eat the best hamburgers with kids in Los Angeles? Try one of these places where you can find Los Angeles' best hamburgers.

News | The News

Firefighters: L.A. County Ballot Box Intentionally Set On Fire

Firefighters said Monday that a ballot box in Los Angeles County was intentionally set on fire Sunday evening.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

59 Things to Do in L.A. This Week [10-15-2020 to 10-21-2020]

This week, we've got hikes with rescue dogs, private puppet shows, pumpkin patches, outdoor puzzle hunts, the virtual LA Times Festival of Books, interactive art walks and horror screenings, and more.

History | Historic Los Angeles

So Long, Sears. What Comes Next For These Empty Architectural Behemoths?: LAist

In Boyle Heights, the nine-story, Art Deco store that started it all is a strange mix of bustling commerce and yawning, empty space.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Mostly Maskless Mob Celebrates Lakers' NBA Title by Attacking Police Cars, Chanting 'F*** Donald Trump'

Los Angeles Lakers fans celebrated winning the NBA championship by throwing objects at police and hurling insults at President Donald Trump.

Pets & Animals | Animal Rescue Stories

L.A. Animal Services to Reduces Adoption Fees for Larger Dogs thru Oct. 18 | KFI AM 640

Los Angeles Animal Services began offering discounted adoption fees for its “larger breeds'' of dogs starting today thru Oct. 18.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

You Can Now Order Your Fave Grand Central Market Treats for Delivery

Even though our trips to the Grand Central Market will never quite be the same, we are happy to announce some good news from the food emporium. Grand Central Market recently launched a new delivery service. Thanks to Chow Now, you can finally get those de

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

A Eulogy for L.A.’s Fallen Restaurants

Let us toast the fantastic local eateries lost to COVID-19.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

59 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (10-08-2020 to 10-14-2020)

This week, we've got drive-ins and outdoor screenings, farm tours and pumpkin patches, Halloween events, virtual film and music fests, and more.

Politics | Malfeasance

L.A. Mayor Drops Endorsement Of District Attorney Targeted By Black Lives Matter

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D), who served as co-chair for Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s vice presidential search committee, has withdrawn his

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

54 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (10-01-2020 to 10-07-2020)

This week, we've got poolside fitness classes, Halloween scares, outdoor food fests, virtual fundraisers, online gameshows, and more.

Politics | Op-Ed

Ben Shapiro: Why I'm Leaving California

I want my kids to grow up in a community with a future, with more freedom and safety than I grew up with. California makes that impossible.

News | News

OC restaurant appeals to LA anti-mask crowd with ‘Godfather’-inspired billboard

Basilico Pasta e Vino in Huntington Beach took out advertising on a billboard near the Beverly Center with the words ‘Leave the Mask, take the cannoli.’

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

76 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (9-24-2020 to 9-30-2020)

This week, we've got in-person and online art, drive-ins, free coffee, restaurant pop-ups, live-streamed concerts and plays, and more.

Food & Drink | LA Spots

Inside El Cholo: How the old-school Mexican restaurant thrived in LA for almost a century

Eighty-seven-year-old Ron Salisbury is the keeper of tortilla culture in Southern California by both pedigree and life experience.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

59 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (9-17-2020 to 9-23-2020)

This week, we've got 60-cent tacos, vegan dinner pop-ups, a toy drive, online and appointment-only art shows, a virtual Dino Fest, a Zoom mystery game, and a couple new ways to see Shakespeare online.

Politics | Malfeasance

Homeless Anarchy in Los Angeles - American Greatness

nyone thinking about blaming the police for the anarchy that grips America’s liberal cities is not paying attention. The police know how to do their jobs. The politicians, elected by progressive liberals, do not let them. And often enough, even when there

Politics | BLM

BLM Activists Try To Block, Storm Hospital Where Shot Deputies Were Taken: ‘I Hope They F***ing Die’

Alleged Black Lives Matter activists attempted to block the entrance to a hospital in Los Angeles late on Saturday night that two deputies were rushed to after being shot during an apparent assassination attempt. Witnesses later said that the far-left act

Politics | Politics

‘Holding your kids hostage for politics’: Here’s audio of the L.A. County public health director on a conference call repeatedly ‘saying the quiet part out loud’

"Can you just imagine the damage control meetings going on right now?"

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

50 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (9-3-2020 to 9-9-2020)

This week, we've got pickle pop-ups, art exhibits by appointment, dineL.A. deals, dog-friendly outdoor happy hours, virtual games and film fests, and more.

News | The News

L.A. County eases COVID-19 restrictions: Everything to know - Los Angeles Times

Health officials warn the reopenings come with warnings as the virus remains widespread in the community.

News | In The News

Airline Pilots Landing At LAX Report "A Guy In Jetpack" Flying Alongside Them

Even in an era in which congress wants to openly investigate UFOs, a dude flying alongside an airliner over Los Angeles in a jetpack is still bonkers

Music | Music

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin On "Faith Alone," Cautious Optimism for Shows in 2021 and the Election

#BadReligion #GregGraffin #FaithAlone In 2020, no band would be spared the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Punk icons Bad Religion weren’t going to mope abou...

News | News

Los Angeles protesters incite against Jews - US & Canada

California protesters call for murder of police officers, incitement against Jews.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

55 Things to Do in L.A. This Week [8-27-2020 to 9-2-2020]

This week, we've got online music and film festivals, outdoor dining pop-ups and music video screenings, new podcasts, drive-in comedy, virtual cooking classes, and more.

News | The News

LA County Reports Fewer Than 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases For First Time Since June, Could Start Granting Waivers to Open Classrooms

The number of daily coronavirus infections continued to drop Tuesday in Los Angeles County, falling below the 1,000 mark for the first time since early June and...

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

‘Jews Want A Race War’ sign hung on overpass of busy LA freeway

Local branch of ADL says it is working with police to identify who was behind banner, which appears linked to website Goyimtv.com

Politics | Malfeasance

Los Angeles Ignored Roughly 25,000 Requests From ICE To Turn Over Illegal Immigrants Arrested For Other Crimes

Los Angeles prison officials have ignored roughly 25,000 requests from federal agents to turn over criminal illegal immigrants. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has recorded 25,000 unanswered requests to Los Angeles jails to turn over illegal immigrant

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

57 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (8-20-2020 to 8-27-2020)

This week, we've got a new downtown sculpture garden, a queer mini-golf course, fun food pop-ups, virtual art shows, several online film fests, outdoor spin and ceramics classes, Twitch dance parties, and more

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

LA’s Busiest Street Taco Stand Just Opened a Restaurant in Downtown - Eater LA

Plus, Petit Trois returns to Hollywood, the saving grace of Hayato’s gorgeous bentos, and rumors of some new dim sum in Chinatown

Politics | Malfeasance

REPORT: Rich And Famous Leaving Hollywood ‘In Droves’ Over Unrest, Taxes

A new report from the Daily Mail claims that the rich and famous, who make up much of Los Angeles, California’s, tax base, are fleeing the city “in droves” over the unrest, coronavirus-related restrictions, and municipal mismanagement th

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Pink’s Hot Dogs reopens nearly 5 months after closing due to COVID-19 | KTLA

After its first closure in 80 years, Pink’s Hot Dogs reopened late Wednesday morning. The iconic Hollywood hot dog stand nestled along La Brea Avenue has been closed since March 15 because of the novel coronavirus. It will begin operating with modified ho

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

54 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (8-13-2020 to 8-19-2020)

This week, we've got comedy drive-ins, free ice cream, a summer potluck contest, outdoor spin classes, Nisei Week’s first online festival, takeout and delivery deals, online art openings, DIY cake kits, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Here’s Looking at You, Auburn, Somni: Remembering beloved restaurants that LA lost to the pandemic

A number of LA restaurants — high-end and casual — are permanently closing during the pandemic, and each closing affects families of owners and employees. The closures ripple out to all the different industries that service restaurants.

Politics | Malfeasance

Inside California Democrats' Hard Work To Deny The Poor An Education

'If people want to talk about systemic racism and the marginalization of minorities,' a single mother in California told The Federalist, 'this is it.'

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

California salon, barbershop owners vow to reopen indoor operations next week | KTLA

Hundreds of salons and barbershops across the state are vowing to reopen indoors on Aug. 17, KTLA sister station KTXL in Sacramento reported Sunday. Currently, they are only allowed to operate outdoors if their county is not on the state’s COVID-19 monito

Food & Drink | Food

Iconic Stan’s Donuts Westwood Saved By Equally-Old LA Doughnut Shop - Eater LA

Fans were sad to learn in April that owner Stan Berman was retiring after 55 years, but now 64-year-old Primo’s Donuts is on to revive the shop

News | News

Los Angeles to shut off water and power to homes hosting large parties or gatherings

The announcement comes hours after the city introduced a motion to increase penalties for property owners who hold large house parties in violation of public health orders.