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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

News | News

It’s the great San Francisco exodus | Fortune

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

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 | 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.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

47 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (8-6-2020 to 8-12-2020)

This week, we've got a socially distant outdoor summer club, at-home art projects, pizza pop-ups for charity, kitten adoptions, virtual parties and games, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

39 Things to Do in L.A. This Week (7-30-2020 to 8-5-2020)

This week, we've got a Thai film drive-in, an online dessert fest, a delivery wings fest, interactive plays and games, panels, lectures, and more.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

LA County Sees Hopeful Signs Amid Coronavirus Surge – NBC Los Angeles

Los Angeles County, which recently appeared headed for another lockdown amid escalating coronavirus cases, now is seeing fewer hospitalizations and a lower...

Music | Music

Circle Jerks - My Career as a Jerk

Published by MVD Entertainment Group 2012, this was the 1st band to have fast and technical drumming into their music. Fun fact: Chuck Berry mentioned they w...

News | News

Parking Tickets Covered By Eighth Amendment’s Ban On Excessive Fines, Federal Court Rules

“This right to be free from excessive governmental fines is not a relic relegated to the period of parchments and parliaments, but rather it remains a crucial bulwark against government abuse.”

Politics | Politics

LA Fines Businesses $356 For Posting ‘We're Open' Signs

Numerous struggling businesses, including small restaurants, are getting socked with penalties from the city of Los Angeles for posting banners telling customers they’re open for takeout during the pandemic, the NBC4 I-Team has learned. Above the entran

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Celebrate Disneyland’s 65th Birthday Virtually

Check out Virtual Community Day | Disneyland’s 65th Anniversary Special at #DoStuffAtHome in on July 17, 2020 and get detailed info for the event - tickets, photos, video and reviews.

News | In The News

Los Angeles "Close" to Full Shutdown, Mayor Says - LA Weekly

Los Angeles County saw more business shutdowns Monday due to COVID-19 and Mayor Eric Garcetti warned that the L.A. is on the cusp of a full shutdown. 

Politics | Malfeasance

LA Teachers Union Demands Defunding Of Police, Medicare-For-All And Ban On New Charter Schools As Conditions For Reopening

A major Los Angeles teachers union said in a research paper issued Thursday that the reopening of schools should be conditioned upon the passage of Medicare for All.

News | News

Apply today: City of LA will pay up to $2,000 of your rent due to coronavirus – Daily News

A five-day application period opens Monday, July 13, for a city relief program aimed at helping Los Angeles residential tenants struggling with the economic affects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Family & Parenting | Kids

L.A. Teachers Union: Schools Can’t Reopen Unless Charter Schools Shut Down, Police Defunded - California Globe

In what appears to be a labor union power play, the United Teachers Los Angeles union announced Friday that Los Angeles Unified District schools

Food & Drink | LA Spots

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti warns of possible new stay-at-home order

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is warning of another set of stay-at-home orders if COVID-19 hospitalization and infection rates continue to rise.

News | The News

County officials move to close Men’s Central Jail in downtown L.A., invest in health care-based responses

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to initiate a plan to close the Men’s Central Jail in downtown L.A. within the year, officials said. The panel vowed “to reinvest any savings from closing the facility towards health-based respo

News | Interesting Stories

Los Angeles Police Report Over 1,000 Complaints Of Illegal Fireworks, Warn Against Non-Emergency 911 Calls

Across Los Angeles on Saturday night, there were scenes of illegal fireworks throughout the city in celebration of the Fourth of July.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

SEE IT: Same Day L.A. Mayor Says ‘Avoid Gatherings’ For July 4th, LAPD Posts Photo Of Thousands Gathered For Protest

On the same day that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D) posted a series of warnings to residents about maintaining mandated social distancing measures, including wearing face masks and avoiding gatherings with “anybody except for those you live wit

Music | Music

Eastside Punks Episode 3: Stains

For episode three of Eastside Punks, we turn our attention to East L.A.’s first, most notorious, punk band. Boyle Heights’ Stains were contemporaries, and fr...

News | In The News

LA City Council votes to cut Los Angeles Police Department budget by $150 million amid calls to 'defund the police'

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a $150 million cut to the LAPD's budget for the next fiscal year, a move that followed activists' mounting calls to "defund the police."

News | News

Trader Joe's Shopper Caught On Camera Ranting, Calling People 'Democratic Pigs' After Being Told To Wear A Mask

A shopper at a North Hollywood Trader Joe's was filmed having an angry outburst after being told to wear a mask inside the store.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Why officials aren't alarmed by spiking coronavirus numbers - Los Angeles Times

Bartenders over the weekend began mixing drinks, gyms turned on elliptical machines and nail salons began polishing away as Los Angeles County reopened more of its economy even as coronavirus cases continued to rise.

Sports | Cycling

The Los Angeles Bicycle Academy

The future of cycling is bright! I worked on this video project for the LABA and thought I'd share it here too. From their website: Los Angeles Bicycle Acade...

Music | Music

The Underground Railroad to Candyland - "We Aren't The World" Recess Records

http://www.BlankTV.com/ - The Underground Railroad to Candyland - "We Aren't The World" - Like this video? Come see thousands more at the Net's biggest, unce...

News | News

iPhone 11 Stolen From Looted T-Mobile Store Tracked To San Bernardino Home; 2 Arrested – CBS Los Angeles

Siante Lockridge, 28, and Anthony Flewellen, 36, both of San Bernardino, are in custody on burglary charges.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

LA City Council Moves Forward With Proposed Budget Cuts To LAPD – CBS Los Angeles

The committee voted to send the proposed cuts to the full council, which will consider directing city staff to compile a report that would examine how the reductions could be made without impacting basic policing services.

News | News

Former USC Admissions Official Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud Charge; Admitted to Falsifying Admission Packets For Chinese Students

Hiu Kit David Chong admitted in his April plea agreement that he falsified applicants’ admission packets with doctored college transcripts, phony letters of recommendation and fraudulent personal statements.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

As Chaos Erupted During George Floyd Protests in Los Angeles, Local Jewish Security Group Mobilized to Protect Community

Magen Am’s Yossi Eilfort, far right, with national guardsmen on patrol in Los Angeles. As unrest, violence, and rampant looting …

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

LA Rabbi: Black Lives Matter Pogrom Was Like Kristalnacht

While some LA synagogues are shamefully pandering to Black Lives Matter, one Rabbi is telling the truth about the BLM pogrom.

News | The News

LA homicides up by 250 percent over last week, LAPD reports

Los Angeles saw a massive spike in homicides during the first week of June, authorities said Tuesday.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Top L.A. Democrat Pushed To Cut LAPD Funding While Having Private LAPD Detail At Her Home Since April

Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez, a Democrat, pushed to make drastic cuts to the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) funding amid a nationwide campaign by the far-left to defund police departments — a move she made while having an

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

West Hollywood Mayor Pushes ‘Guidelines For White People’ Before Protest March

The mayor of the progressive mecca of West Hollywood, California, publicized “Guidelines for White People” prior to a large demonstration against racial injustice and police misconduct that took place in the city last week. Lindsey P. Horvath, who was rec

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Riots result in 'huge damage' to Jewish temples and businesses in Los Angeles

The riots in the US over the death of George Floyd, an African American who was in police custody, have

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

The Los Angeles County Office of Education Loses Its Damn Mind

he school-to-prison pipeline in Los Angeles County just got a whole lot shorter. In fact, for the coming school year, it will disappear entirely! Now they will waste no time. The schools themselves will become prisons. That, at least, is the gist of a rec

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Synagogue Defaced With Antisemitic Graffiti Amid Los Angeles Riots; Security Guards Fend Off Vandals From Second Temple

Antisemitic graffiti on the Beth Israel synagogue in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles following violent protests, May 30, 2020. …

News | Antisemitism Watch

Los Angeles: Synagogue vandalized during riots over George Floyd's death

Anti-Israel graffiti found on one of Los Angeles' oldest synagogues on the same day as mass protests over police killing of man in custody.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Here is what can now reopen in L.A. County, and here is what is still closed

Malls? Movie theaters? Hair salons? Here's a look at which L.A. County businesses can now open and which ones are still closed.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Bike Paths for Kids in Los Angeles, CA

Whether your kids are newly-minted two-wheeled warriors or still rocking the training wheels, visit one of these awesome bike trails in LA.

News | News

White House Expresses Concern Over Continued Growth Of Coronavirus Cases In LA – CBS Los Angeles

Dr. Deborah Birx, a key member of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, said she has asked the CDC to investigate the L.A. area to determine why cases are still on the rise even though it has been shut down for two months.

News | News

LAPD Chief’s Wife Posts On Facebook About Trip To Arizona To Visit Salon, Restaurants, Bars, Despite Local Recommendations

The Los Angeles Police Department and Chief Moore refused to comment on the post, stating that they do not talk about the chief's family.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

L.A. County Considers If Some Cities Can Reopen Faster Than Others

According to L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, some individuals cities have asked about reopening faster than the rest of the county. Barger has asked both Los Angeles County Counsel and the Dept. of Public Health to provide an analysis on the possib

Music | Music

Eastside Punks, Episode 2: The Brat

The Brat In our second installment of Eastside Punks, we focus on East L.A. legends The Brat. Formed in the late 1970s, vocalist Teresa Covarrubias, guitaris...

News | The News

Reseda man arrested for violation of Hawaii quarantine after social media posts

A Reseda man was arrested for allegedly violating Hawaii's quarantine rules for tourists after posting photos on social media of activities while he should have been in isolation, officials say.

Politics | Politics

LA mayor accepts $5 million donation for city residents from state sponsor of terrorism Qatar: “Truly generous humanitarian gift”

Garcetti accepted the $5 million donation from Qatar on behalf of the mayor's charitable fund to allegedly give aid to city residents.

News | News

A Taco Shop Gave Away 800 Tacos to Feed Homeless in Skid Row ~ L.A. TACO

Not even a pandemic can stop Revolutionario Tacos and other volunteers like Melissa Acedera from answering their passion for helping others in Skid Row.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

L.A.’s First Legal Liquor Store on Wheels Will Be Selling Booze on the Streets Starting Next Week ~ L.A. TACO

Sara's Market, City Terrace's famous Craft-meets-Paisa tiendita will hit the streets starting Monday selling rare IPAs, organic tortillas, and natural wine.

News | News

Federal Court Orders LA To Relocate Homeless People Living Near Freeways – CBS Los Angeles

Under the order, anyone camping near freeway overpasses and underpasses, and near entrance and exit ramps, must be relocated for health and safety reasons.

News | News

Target security guard breaks arm during fight with men who allegedly refused to wear face masks - CBS News

As the men were being escorted out, one of the suspects is seen on video punching the employee "without provocation," police said.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Face masks now required whenever L.A. residents leave homes, Garcetti says

The requirement comes as additional retail shops, and many public recreation spaces, reopen.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Gov. Newsom releases guidelines to reopen dine-in restaurants, malls, offices and more in California

Governor Gavin Newsom released guidelines that dine-in restaurants, office buildings, shopping malls and other businesses across California will be required to follow in order to reopen.

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Drive-in restaurants are making a huge comeback

The future of dining might take place in your car.As we navigate these unprecedented times, businesses are rapidly looking for new and innovative ways to keep

News | News

Hollywood Bowl season canceled for the first time in 98 years. So long, L.A. summer

The Hollywood Bowl played through world wars and the Great Depression, but it couldn't beat COVID-19. How L.A. is losing its beloved symbol of summer.

Politics | Politics

Los Angeles To Stay Locked Down Till August. California State University Cancels In-Person Fall Classes At All 23 Campuses.

Democrat-controlled Los Angeles County’s lock down orders will “with all certainty” continue to stay in place until August unless a “dramatic change in this virus or in the tools” becomes available. “Our hope is that by using

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Stage 2 Reopening, Indie Theaters in Distress, and Other Stories You Missed From We Like L.A.

This week, we covered independent theaters struggling for answers in the face of COVID-19 and conducted interviews that shed light on the state of L.A.'s restaurant scene. We also offered a breakdown of the 5 stages of California's reopening and what open

News | The News

From trails to businesses, here’s a list of what can reopen under L.A. County’s 5-stage plan | KTLA

Despite being home to just a quarter of the state’s population, Los Angeles County as of Sunday has reported about 50% of known COVID-19 cases in California. So as the state begins the next phase of its four-stage reopening plan, the county is also follow

News | News

LA Hiking Trails Are Open Again, Don't Mess It Up

They could be shut down if people don't follow safety protocols.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Get Involved, Internet: Help save the Troubadour, which is struggling to stay afloat in lockdown

The last band to grace the stage of West Hollywood’s iconic Troubadour was Glass Animals, who headlined a packed gig on March 11. Since then, the venue that helped propel Elton John to stardom has been shuttered, and the reopening plan laid out by Gover

Music | Music

Historic Troubadour nightclub launches GoFundMe page, calls survival 'a big if'

The general manager of the Troubadour, which famously launched Elton John's career, says 'to survive, we're going to need all the help we can get.'

Miscellaneous | Places You Can Still Go

As Insurance Claims Are Denied, Classic L.A. Restaurants Are Struggling to Weather the Pandemic

Beloved local haunts report they won't see a dime from their insurers, but Musso & Frank Grill is fighting back

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Now Anyone in L.A. Can Get a COVID-19 Test, Even Without Symptoms

Los Angeles becomes the first major U.S. city to allow anyone to get a free COVID-19 test, even if they don't have symptoms.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

40 Things to Do in L.A. This Week While You're Safer at Home (4-30-2020 to 5-6-2020)

This week, we've got fitness raves, witchy cocktail shows, magical hotlines, online film fests, so much theater, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

44 Things to Do in L.A. This Week While You're Safer at Home (4-23-2020 to 4-29-2020)

This week, we've got a new horror audio drama, an interactive ritual, an Instagram scavenger hunt, an online pottery class, drawing tutorials, at-home HAMILTON education, virtual wine tastings, and more.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Amoeba Music's Sunset Boulevard location will not reopen

Bad news for fans of iconic Los Angeles retail locations/cultural hubs: The Sunset Boulevard location of record store chain Amoeba Music will not survive the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with The Wrap reporting that the owners have decided to focus their

Sports | Cycling

Spreading Stoke with The Radavist

A purveyor of all things bike and outdoor can only choose the road less traveled. John Watson has led a life along the untrodden path, forging a culture and ...

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Riverside County mobile app now allows people to report those who violate coronavirus orders

Coronavirus watchdogs in Riverside County who come across nonessential businesses still in operation, large gatherings or businesses not complying with health orders can now report scoffl…

Entertainment | The Hometown

Musso & Frank's Kept 84 Employees on Payroll as the Restaurant Took 'Six-Figure' Losses

In March, Musso and Frank;s was forced to temporarily close its doors for the first time ever. Now it's being closely watched by the Los Angeles small-business community as a harbinger of what could happen to their own insurance claims. The restaurant fil

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Less Than Half Of Adults In Los Angeles Now Have Jobs

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D-CA) announced Sunday that the economic consequences of the coronavirus outbreak and association shutdown will have a greater negative effect on the city than the Great Recession of 2008.  During a press conference, Garce

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

52 Things to Do in L.A. This Week While You're Safer at Home (4-16-2020 to 4-22-2020)

This week, we've got digital jigsaw puzzles of L.A. landmarks, still life painting and photography tutorials, a photo contest, activities for families and kids, phone-based thriller games, trivia and more.

Music | Music

Best Archival Los Angeles Concerts You Can Stream

One of the biggest things we’re missing right now is live music. While we’re all at home, we thought now would be a great time to revisit some of the best concerts Los Angeles has ever seen, from David Bowie at the Universal Amphitheatre (RIP) to Daft

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

California’s Coronavirus Problem No One Is Talking About

By Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has been on the “cutting edge” of local leaders who have implemented strict shutdowns in the name of fighting the coronavirus and protecting the public. Politicians like Garcetti claim t

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

8 Places From Southern California's Past That We Will Never Stop Missing

These destinations may no longer exist in Southern California, but that sure doesn't stop us from all the fond memories.

Architecture & Interior Design | Mid-Century!

13 More Photos Of Southern California From The 1950s

Featuring many of the towns and winding roads you may remember as a small child in Southern California, these 13 photos are a blast from the past.

Entertainment | Quarantine Life: Things To Do

A Meme Account About a Mall Is Now a Lifeline | WIRED

The parody Twitter account devoted to The Americana at Brand is absurd. But now that LA residents are stuck at home, it's a strange source of comfort.

Food & Drink | Vegetarian & Vegan Tips

13 Restaurants Serving Plant-Based Takeout and Delivery Meals in Los Angeles

There’s plenty to choose from with vegan pizzas, plant-based Mexican dishes, and milk-free chocolate shakes from a drive-thru

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LA doctor seeing success with hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19

A Los Angeles doctor said he is seeing significant success in prescribing the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in combination with zinc to treat patients with severe symptoms of COVID-19.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

L.A. has a coronavirus eviction ban, but landlords are finding ways to demand rent

Landlords in Los Angeles are pushing tenants to agree to repayment plans far more onerous than what's required under new laws passed to prevent evictions.

News | In The News

L.A. moves to prosecute eight businesses that refuse to close amid coronavirus

Coronavirus: L.A. moves to prosecute eight businesses that refuse to close, in violation of Safer at Home directive.

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Port of L.A. engineer intentionally derailed train in an attempted attack on USNS Mercy, prosecutors say

LOS ANGELES (KTLA) – A train engineer at the Port of Los Angeles is facing federal charges for allegedly charging a locomotive off tracks toward the USNS Mercy, which he suspected is tied to a government plot, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Eduardo M

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.