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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.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

47 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (6-7-2019 to 6-8-2019)

This weekend, from Friday, June 7 to Sunday, June 9 features Chinatown Summer Nights, Butterflies & Brews, BoldPas in Old Pasadena, DTLA Donut Festival, The Groundlings' Diversity Festival, Salsa Music Festival and MUCH more.

Music | Music

Learning to Listen, in a Los Angeles Cafe Built for Vinyl - The New York Times

Japanese-style listening bars, where D.J.’s spin carefully selected records for a hushed audience, are arriving in America. But truly appreciating them can take a little practice.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

24 Really Cool Things to do This June in Los Angeles!

June 2019 event highlights includes KCRW Summer Nights, LA Pride, the Playboy Jazz Festival, BoldPas in Pasadena, Bill Esparaza's Taqueando, the DTLA Donut Fest, KTOWN Night Market, Moonlight Movies on the Beach , and much more.

News | The News

Bubonic Plague ‘Likely’ Already Present In Los Angeles, Dr. Drew Says | Daily Wire

Los Angeles is going down the drain.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Palestinian Uber driver in L.A. kicks 2 Jewish women out of his car | The Jerusalem post

The driver, named Mustafa, asked the women where they were coming from after they sat in the back seat.

Politics | Malfeasance

Top Dems Help L.A. Teachers Union Push Annual $500 Million Property Tax ‘To Make Demands On’

Top Democrats and organized labor are pushing a ballot measure that would levy a tax on property owners within the expansive boundaries of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second-largest public education system in the nation.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

UCLA Student Gov’t Passes Resolution Defending SJP From Antisemitism Claims | Jewish & Israel News

The entrance of UCLA. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. Student government representatives at the University of California, Los Angeles, passed a resolution …

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

44 Awesome Things To Do This Memorial Day Weekend in L.A. (5-24-2019 to 5-27-2019)

This Memorial weekend, from Friday, May 24 to Monday, May 27 features Fiesta Hermosa, Valley Greek Festival, Topanga Days, L.A. Zinefest, free admission at LACMA, a number of Memorial Day remembrance events and MUCH more.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

UCLA Guest Lecturer Calls Zionists White Supremacists

During a guest lecture to a UCLA anthropology class on May 14, San Francisco State University Arab and Muslim Ethnicities...

News | The News

TRASH CITY: ‘Sky-High’ Trash Piles Found In Los Angeles, Raising Concerns About Typhus | Daily Wire

Apparently problems with waste are not limited to San Francisco.

NBC4 reported Monday that “sky-high” piles of rotting trash were found around Los Angeles, leading some to worry about a new typhus outbreak.

Entertainment | Music

The Halibuts Surf Band Reunion 25.10.1986

South Bay Surf Band Reunion 25.10.1986 Usa Feat. Paul Johnson & Eddie Bertrand

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Those 96 Million Black Balls in LA's Reservoir Are Not Just There to Save Water


Ninety-six million. That's how many black plastic 'shade balls' it takes to cover the Los Angeles reservoir. Why, you ask? Well, despite what has often been reported as the main purpose of these balls, the idea didn't actually start with

Music | Music

See Hollywood Vampires Bring Out Steven Tyler, Marilyn Manson at L.A. Concert

Rock supergroup brought out special guests at Greek Theatre ahead of the release of new LP Rise

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

The 18 Best City Parks in America

From well-known emerald gems like LA’s Griffith Park in Los Angeles, to underrated spots like Forest Park in St. Louis or Falls Park in...

Music | Music

By Any Means: A Brief History of Black Flag (Part 1: 1976-1980)

Part 1 of a 2 part essay going through the history of Black Flag along with my personal efforts to make a documentary film about the band. PART 2: 1980-1986 ...

Style & Fashion | Style & Fashion

Rudi Gernreich ‘Fearless Fashion’ Exhibition Opens in L.A.

The exhibition features more than 60 looks by the L.A. designer, who freed the body in feminist-leaning wool jersey sportswear, imbued his collections with political and social messages, and propos…

Politics | Politics

Mayor of Los Angeles praises new effort to end homelessness: Paint murals of homeless people – twitchy.com

Apparently, the mural is the first step in recognizing our common humanity, which has to come first.

News | Local News Articles

Law banning restaurants from automatically providing plastic straws goes into effect in Los Angeles

A new law banning all restaurants from automatically giving customers plastic straws goes into effect Monday in the city of Los Angeles.

Music | Music

Black Flag - Revenge (live 1981) Pre - Henry Rollins

Black Flag - Revenge music clip taken from "The Decline of Western Civilisation." Penelope Spheeris, 1981

Music | Music

We’re Desperate - The L.A. Scene (1976-79) (DISCO)

1993. Sexta parte del disco recopilatorio llamado D.I.Y. Series 1. The Pop! - Down on the Boulevard (00:00) 2. The Dogs - Younger Point of View (02:47) 3. Th...

Entertainment | The Hometown

Retro Basement Bar Joins Downtown LA’s Growing Vintage Cocktail Scene - Eater LA

Grandma’s Cabinet lands along busy 8th Street

Entertainment | The Hometown

38 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (4-12-2019 to 4-14-2019)

This weekend, from Friday, April 12 to Sunday, April 14 features Dark Arts at Hogwarts Castle, a Game of Thrones cocktail event, the LA Art Book Fair, the L.A. Times Festival of Books, MONSTERPALOOZA, Bergamot's Spring Open House, and MUCH more.

Music | Vinyl Records!

LA's Best Record Stores

The revival of vinyl has continued more and more throughout the past decade and LA's local records stores, both new and old alike have gained a reputation for upholding the highest standard of music retail. In anticipation of Record Store Day, we're shari

Entertainment | The Hometown

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.

Travel | Travel

What it’s like to take a 35-hour ride on Amtrak’s Coast Starlight train from Los Angeles to Seattle

The Los Angeles-to-Seattle route of the Coast Starlight train traverses three states and 1,377 scenic miles. But it also takes a day and a half. What's it like to be...

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Tahoe SUP - Explore Project: Catalina Island, CA Full Length

Resting off the Southern California coast, Santa Catalina Island has been a symbol of escape and adventure for centuries. From early Explorers who cherished ...

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Behind the story: One writer’s eventual embrace of the red-hot VW Buss - Los Angeles Times

A vintage VW Bus is a headache to own, but its aura makes the trouble worth it. Just ask the author, who gets stares, waves and smiles when he drives his.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

35 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (3-29-2019 to 3-31-2019)

This weekend, from Friday, March 29 to Sunday, March 31, features 7th annual ¡Latin Food Fest!, Street Food Cinema Grease 50's Style Prom, Spring Market at ROW DTLA, Torrance Cherry Blossom Cultural Festival, Pasadena Festival of Tea and MUCH more.

News | The News

California Leads The Nation In Bringing Back Medieval Illnesses

Diseases the modern world virtually eradicated are making a resurgence in California

News | Antisemitism Watch

Flyers Targeting LA Schools Equate Jewish Star With Swastika, Condemn ‘Jewish Zionist Militia’ in ‘Land of Palestine’

A flyer found near El Camino Real Charter High School in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Julia Levin‎. Several flyers containing …

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

28 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (3-18-19 to 3-22-19)

This week, from Monday, March 18 to Friday, March 22, features The Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Celebration, Secret Gardens of Forest Lawn Glendale and more.

Entertainment | The Hometown

45 Fascinating and Unconventional Landmarks That Define Los Angeles

Underrated. Overlooked. Whatever you want to call them, these offbeat icons will introduce you to the other L.A.

Food & Drink | LA Spots

The 15 Hottest Brunch Spots in Los Angeles, March 2019

Bacon, eggs benedict, bagels, and fried chicken — because why not

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

What $2,400 rents in LA right now - Curbed LA

See what that price gets across Los Angeles, including Santa Monica, Los Feliz, and Burbank.

News | News

How Southern Cal athletics got caught in college admissions scandal

Admissions consultant William Singer allegedly worked with USC senior associate athletic director to get students admitted as walk-on athletes.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

How Santa Monica Is Trying to Lure People Back to the Third Street Promenade

Can fun chairs, fake grass, and communal pianos make the outdoor mall relevant again?

Food & Drink | Bars & Restaurants

Josiah Citrin and Hans Rockenwagner to Open a Throwback Steakhouse in Culver City - Eater LA

The former Frank Sinatra haunt gets new life

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

The Ultimate L.A. Guide to 2019 Outdoor Movie Screenings

This constantly updated schedule is your ultimate guide to every outdoor movie screening happening around L.A.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Pan Am Experience: Elaborate dinner theater recreates air travel from the 1970s

One-part re-enactment, one-part dinner theater, Los Angeles' Pan-Am Experience mixes top-quality food with elaborate detail to recreate what it was like to fly a Boeing 747 in the 1970s.

Entertainment | The Hometown

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.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

A February to remembrrr in L.A.: It never even reached 70 degrees

This month was the first time in recorded history that the temperature did not reach 70 degrees in downtown L.A.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

The Hollywood Walk of Fame Has Been Named the Worst Tourist Trap on Earth

According to a new study and everyone who has ever been there

News | Israel/Jewish Community

Downtown L.A. mural 'shameful act of anti-Semitism,' mayor's office says

A mural that depicts a Grim Reaper wearing a cloak covered with Stars of David, holding what appears to be a dead baby, was blasted by Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office as a “shameful act of anti-Semitism.”

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

30 percent of Angelenos with $100K salaries now rent—rather than own

High home prices may be encouraging wealthy residents to rent.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Antisemitic Mural Defaced (Meaning: Improved) In Downtown LA — Jewish Journal

UPDATE: 3:54 p.m. on Feb. 26: Jeff Norman, a representative of the Vortex, where a mural featuring Stars of David has caused consternation in the Jewish

Politics | Politics

The Destruction of Venice Beach Epitomizes California’s Idiocracy

Venice Beach, California, used to be one of California’s great places. A Bohemian gem, nestled against the sand between big Los Angeles and the vast Pacific Ocean. Rents used to be a little lower in Venice compared to other coastal neighborhoods. The lo

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

92 Percent Of LA Homes Are Unaffordable To The Average Person

We're No. 2! After San Francisco, L.A. is the second least affordable housing market in the country.

Sports | Sports

Lakers vs Rockets recap: The good, the bad, and the Ball | Lonzo Wire

The Lakers protected their home court and upset the Rockets behind monster nights from LeBron James and Brandon Ingram.

News | News

Yes, That's Snow You Just Saw In Los Angeles: LAist

Technically, it's a kind of snowfall known as graupel, which is not a weird Bulgarian stew. We'll let the NWS explain.

News | News

David Horowitz, Legendary Consumer Journalist, Dies at 81

Longtime consumer journalist David Horowitz passed away at age 81, his wife told NBC4.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The Apple Pan Has Been Sold — Hold On To Your Buns

The 72-year-old West L.A. restaurant, which has been owned by the same family for three generations, quietly changed hands.

Sports | Cycling

LMDAI: Team Cretins

This week we sit down with the folks at Team Cretins. They do the AIDS LifeCycle from San Francisco to Los Angeles on only fixie bikes. We ask them why they go on this crazy ride every year and some of the hardships of that ride as well as their experiences. They are really rad people.

Entertainment | Music

Tijuana Panthers are fierce

Everyone in the Long Beach-based band—Daniel Michicoff on bass, Phil Shaheen on drums and Chad Wachtel on guitar—has been playing music in one form or another for half their lives, but the trio didn’t form Tijuana Panthers until the mid-2000s.

Politics | Politics

LA teachers strike was a fight about charter schools, not students

Don't let myths perpetuate a massive, outdated system. The hope for students lies in charter schools. That's what public education should look like.

Politics | Politics

Revealed: Number Registered to Vote in Los Angeles County Far Exceeds Population of US Citizens

UPDATE: Settlement Mandates Purge of 1.5 Million Inactive Voters Statewide.

Entertainment | The Hometown

LA Council Members Want To Restrict Contributions From Big Developers: LAist

Developers of large residential and commercial buildings would be barred from contributing if their projects require approvals from city officials.

Music | Music

The Dogs - Slash Your Face EP

Detroit Records (1978) A Slash Your Face B1 Fed Up B2 Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl?

Sports | Cycling

Taylor Phinney's LA

"It's a place where you can find anything you want to find. Whether that's a group of people that you click with, or a certain type of food, or a certain com...

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

30 Awesome Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-11-2019 to 1-13-2019)

This weekend, from Friday, January 11 to Sunday, January 13, features dineL.A. Restaurant Week, Burgers & Brewfest, Cool Camellia Celebration at Descanso Gardens, No Pants Metro Ride, a Mobile Museum Fair, East LA Art Walk and MUCH more.

Music | Music

Chip Kinman and the Return of the Dils -

Founder tackles the shocking regroup in the wake of his beloved brother’s death

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

M. Night Shyamalan strikes back ... again ... now with his own cinematic universe

M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" unites characters of "Unbreakable" and "Split," creating a sly, new comic-book-esque cinematic universe, seemingly by accident.

Sports | Cycling

Who Do You Imagine When You Imagine Biking in Cities

New book challenges biking advocates and racial justice advocates to expand their imaginations around biking.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Elvis Birthday Week Opens in Croon-tastic Fashion

GRACEBAND will sequin-up the stage, in Hermosa Beach, all to pay homage to The King.

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Los Angeles’s Oldest Surviving Restaurants

I made a map of Metro Los Angeles’s oldest extant eateries based on a piece written by Nikki Kreuzer for The Los Angeles Beat titled “Offbeat L.A.: The Oldest Surviving Los Angeles Rest…

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Homelessness Strains Compassion For Some Los Angeles Residents

About 50,000 homeless people live in and around L.A., according to the latest count by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The vast majority of them live unsheltered on the streets.

Sports | Cycling

How L.A. Became Such a Deadly City for Cyclists

And how a small group of increasingly political riders is trying to change the congested driving culture, one bike path at a time

Sports | Cycling

FROM INSIDE PELOTON: Eyes Open in Los Angeles - Peloton Magazine

6 hours, 5 stops, 27 miles Take the day off. There’s a whole world out there, which we generally miss every week on our lunch rides. More focused on getting in an hour-and-a-half of riding in at lunch, climbing our way back and forth between Strava segm

Entertainment | Music

The Bomboras - Lil' Drummer Boy (The Little Drummer Boy Surf Instrumental)

Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/swingin-singles/id511379176 From '' Swingin' Singles '' Label: Dionysus Records ‎-- ID123342 Format: C...

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Chronic Ankle Sprain Stiffness reduced in 3 minutes or less!

Chronic pain and limited range of motion after ankle sprain. Video of treatment shows the amazing change!

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The Story Of 'Whittier Blvd.,' A Song And Place Where Latino Youth Found Each Other

One of the first Chicano rock bands, Thee Midniters were often called East L.A.'s Beatles. Their instrumental track "Whittier Blvd." was a regional smash that pointed to a coming cultural movement.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

36 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (11-26-18 to 11-30-18)

This week, from Monday, November 26 to Friday, November 30, features The Los Angeles County Tree Lighting,  L.A. Zoo Lights, Canon PORTALS, a Tree Lighting Ceremony at Union Station, HYPERSPECTIVE, free immersive film festival, The Silent Skate Party

Family & Parenting | Kids

19 Holiday Light Displays That Sparkle All Season

Get inspired by these lightacular homes and festive neighborhoods. The best places to see Christmas lights in the greater Los Angeles area.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

UCLA Shamefully Condones Students for Justice in Palestine

Imagine if the KKK asked to hold a conference at UCLA. Does anyone seriously believe that the administration would allow...

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

The Best Pizza in Los Angeles

In honor of National Pizza Day, we rounded up our favorite pizza shops in Los Angeles. Read on to see where to score the best slice.

News | The News

Hollywood Bigwig Booed, Escorted From Stage At Israel Film Festival In L.A. After Anti-Trump Rant

A Hollywood producer was booed and escorted off the stage at the Israel Film Festival after making anti-Trump remarks -- even though he was there to receive an award.

Music | Music

Generation Sex (Steve Jones, Billy Idol, Paul Cook, Tony James) - Live at The Roxy 30 October 2018

Supergroup featuring Steve Jones and Paul Cook (Sex Pistols), Billy Idol and Tony James (Generation X). Live at the Roxy L.A. 30 October 2018. Video by Black...

Politics | Campus Watch

"Students for Justice in Palestine" conference logo: UCLA Bruin flying a Palestinian kite (UPDATE) ~ Elder Of

Blogging about Israel and the Arab world since, oh, forever.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

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

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

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Report: 72% of L.A. Religious Hate Crimes Targeted Jews

The latest report from the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations shows that 72 percent of hate crimes against religion in the...

Sports | Sports

The future looks bright for the Lakers - Los Angeles Times

Kobe Bryant makes a rare appearance and LeBron James is focal point, but Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart continue to grow.

Sports | Sports

The Dodgers Are One Win Away From Triggering The Super Sports Equinox In LA | FiveThirtyEight

The city of Los Angeles can’t feel great about the Dodgers’ World Series chances right now, as the team needs to win four of the next five against the Boston Re…

Food & Drink | Food

Best Hamburger Spots for Los Angeles Kids

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.

Sports | Sports

All of the little things that cost the Dodgers Game 1

A slow double-play turn here. A missed pop-up there. They might not seem that big on their own, but add these miscues up and they're why L.A. is in an early World Series hole.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Uh, a Fighter Plane With World War II-Era Nazi Insignia Just Crashed in California

The German Luftwaffe suffered another devastating defeat today when a plane bearing its World War II-era insignia crash-landed on the center divider of U.S. 101 in California on Tuesday, promptly going up in an inferno like its historical predecessors.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

City Mobility Plan in Freefall - Santa Monica Mirror

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

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Los Angeles Is the Worst Bike City in America

While New York, Seattle, and San Francisco become friendlier cities for cyclists, Los Angeles is letting the cars win.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

LA Passes Ordinance Requiring City Contractors To Disclose NRA Ties

The motion does not ban NRA-linked contractors from doing business with the city, however.

Sports | Cycling

Los Angeles Is the Worst Bike City in America

While New York, Seattle, and San Francisco become friendlier cities for cyclists, Los Angeles is letting the cars win.

Food & Drink | LA Spots

Five brand new eateries to check out in Los Angeles

A new casual Indian restaurant in Palms, and a new Laotian eatery in the Valley

Travel | Travel

Airbnb: This couple endured a nightmare experience during LA stay

A Boston couple got the scare of their lives during an Airbnb stay in Los Angeles, ending with broken glass, police helicopters and thousands of dollars lost.

Food & Drink | Restaurants

The Best Family Friendly Restaurants in And Around Los Angeles! | Best Family Activities To Do in Los Angeles | Fun With Kids in LA

Los Angeles is a fun place to live for families with kids, but when it comes to dining out, it can be hard to find a kid-friendly spot among all the hip restaur...

Family & Parenting | Kids

Museum of illusions - Top Los Angeles Attraction for the Whole Family

Museum of Illusions is the premier place to enjoy 3D optical illusions in Los Angeles. Located on the famous Hollywood Boulevard, this LA museum is sure to please visitors of every age. Tourists who are looking for fun places in LA should add this to thei

Family & Parenting | Kids

What to Do with Kids in Santa Monica, CA

From world-class views of the stars to checking out some stellar aviation history, here are 30 of our favorite things do, west of the 405.

Science & Technology | Tech

Lyft brings its electric scooters to Santa Monica

You no longer have to be a Denver resident to try Lyft's electric scooters. The two-wheeled transports are now available in Santa Monica, California under a ci...

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

King’s Hawaiian is a Southern California sweet bread success story

From running production facilities to the brand’s restaurants, one family has been building an American empire for nearly 70 years

Food & Drink | LA Spots

A Stunning Parisian Salon-Styled Cocktail Bar Opens in Downtown LA

LA’s most ambitious new cocktail spot makes all its own liqueurs

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

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

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

News | The News

Housing costs eat up more income in LA than in any other major U.S. city - Curbed LA

A new Zillow report illustrates how unaffordable homes and apartments have become.