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News | Israel/Jewish Community

Happening Now: Protests Rage at UCLA As Pro-Hamas Mob Bloodies Security Guard, Drags Around Fake Corpses

 Pro-Hamas protests are raging at UCLA as of this writing, with a large group of roving demonstrators engaged in what the Los Angeles Times ludicrously labels “largely peaceful” activities, like trying to break into buildings, assaulting journalists, bloodying a security guard, and vandalizing school property.

News | Antisemitism Watch

WATCH: Pro-Hamas Protesters Mob Streets of Downtown LA, Chant 'Free Palestine' After Hostages Rescued

 The sun rising on Saturday brought with it welcome news about the hostages who are still being held captive by Hamas terrorists since the attack on Israel on Oct. 7, 2023. As we wrote in several articles, members of Israel's armed forces and police pulled off a daring raid, rescuing four Israelis from their captors in Gaza.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Memorial Day Weekend in Los Angeles (5-24-2024 to 5-27-2024)

From May 24-27 in Los Angeles, you'll find a new froggy exhibit at the Aquarium of the Pacific, movie night at Debs Park, Fiesta Hermosa in Hermosa Beach, the Topanga Days Festival, a Pico Union Project Fundraiser, a mental wellness fair at Grand Park, a

Entertainment | William Shatner

International Space Development Conference 2024 beams up Star Trek's William Shatner and more in Los Angeles

The stars of Star Trek are about to get a taste of real-life space exploration when they beam into the 2024 International Space Development Conference in Los Angeles this weekend.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in Los Angeles (5-17-2024 to 5-19-2024)

From May 17-19 in and around Los Angeles, you'll find a Bug Fair at NHM, the Beverly Hills Art Show, Concerts in the Dome at Mount Wilson Observatory, Long Beach Pride, the Pick Pico Festival, CicLAmini in Wilmington, MAINopoly in Santa Monica, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (5-6-2024 to 5-10-2024)

From May 6-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find a Movie Night at Mama Shelter, Wu-Tang Wednesdays at Smog City West, JANM's After-hours Art-Making Series, Meet the Grunion at Marine Cabrillo Aquarium, Late Night! at Skirball, Summer of Salsa at LA Plaza, and mo

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (4-1-2024 to 4-5-2024)

This April 1-5, catch BLOOM! at South Coast Botanic Garden, Bergamot Comedy Festival, The Other Art Fair, Aristotle/Alexander at The Getty Villa Theater Lab, First Fridays at NHM, DTLA Art Night, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (3-25-2024 to 3-29-2024)

From March 25-29 in Los Angeles, you'll find Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, friend or flame in DTLA, a fresh panel discussion from Zócalo public square, parties for the Dodgers home opener, a new exhibition at Petersen, LA County's Parks After Dark program

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Larry H. Parker, famed LA accident attorney, dies at 75

Billed as one of the early adopters of TV advertising by lawyers, he made a name for himself, insisting that “We’ll fight for you!”

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (2-20-2024 to 2-23-2024)

From February 20-23 in Los Angeles, you'll find Comedy Pole at Dynasty Typewriter, a Wellness Wednesday with Self-Help Graphics, a free film screening by Metro Art, Zine Night at The Petersen, Ballots and Beer at Angel City Brewery, a fresh panel discussi

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (1-16-2024 to 1-19-2024)

From January 16-19 in L.A., you'll find free botanical garden Tuesdays, Kate Berlant's one-woman show at the Pasadena Playhouse, new exhibitions at L.A. Louver, Locals' Night at the Santa Monica Pier, All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory, the Cat

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in Los Angeles (1-5-2024 to 1-7-2024)

From January 5 to 7 in Los Angeles, you'll find a free Friday afternoon at Norton Simon Museum, a David Bowie's Birthday Roller Disco, the Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo, The Everybody Experience in Venice, Hand Habits at Central Library, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This January in L.A. (2024)

New month. New year. Lots to do. This January 2024 in Los Angeles, you’ll find the Oshogatsu Festival in Little…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do For New Year's Eve Weekend in L.A. (12-29-2023 to 12-31-2023)

As we close out the year that was, the list of New Year's Eve events around Los Angeles includes fireworks in Marina del Rey, a massive block party at Grand Park, Tomorrow! at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Soul Grain at Common Space, No Cover NYE at A

Politics | Free Speech

USC Professor Banned From Campus for Being Mean to Hamas

 In a shocking violation of free speech, a USC professor has been suspended and banned from campus after he spoke against Hamas.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Thanksgiving Weekend in L.A. (11-23-2023 to 11-26-2023)

This November 23-26 in Los Angeles, you'll find the 2023 Jazz at LACMA finale, the Nutcracker Suite, Holiday Road in Calabasas, the Hollywood Christmas Parade, the Los Feliz Holiday Market, Blitzen's Bar, Santa's Grand Arrival, and more.

Politics | Blue State/City Life

Massive Homeless Encampment Fire Shuts Down LA FWY Indefinitely

A massive fire at a homeless encampment beneath an underpass in downtown Los Angeles has shut down the 10 freeway indefinitely. 

News | In The News

Lefty Pro-Palestinian Agitators Try to Shut Down Screening of Hamas Atrocities in LA; Clash With Pro-Israel Attendees

Pro-Palestinian agitators and pro-Israel demonstrators brawled outside of a documentary screening of the October 7 terrorist attack at the Holocaust Museum of…

News | Antisemitism Watch

UCLA students batter Bibi piñata to chants of 'Beat that f---g Jew!'

Pro-Palestinian students at UCLA were captured on video battering a piñata bearing an image of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – to the chant of “beat that f—g Jew!”

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (11-6-2023 to 11-10-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from November 6-10, you'll find the California Festival at Disney Concert Hall, a Literary Death Match in WeHo, Technotitlan at The Hammer, Astra Lumina at South Coast Botanic Garden, the Comedy Patio at Grand Central Market, The

News | Antisemitism

Antisemitic graffiti in Fairfax, including at Canter's Deli, investigated as possible hate crimes

Antisemitic messages found painted outside Canter's Deli and other locations in the Fairfax District are being investigated as possible hate crimes, the LAPD said.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (10-27-2023 to 10-29-2023)

From October 27-29 in L.A., check out Metro's "Celebrating Connections" at Historic Broadway Station, a Haunted Little Tokyo Block Party, the L.A. Archives Bazaar, Revenge Of's Comic Creators Block Party, Boonion Station at Union Station, Día y Noche de l

News | News

Man Invades Jewish Family's Home in L.A., Shouts 'Free Palestine'

A man was arrested in L.A. after trying to invade the home of a Jewish family, and shouted "Free Palestine" as he was arrested.

Politics | Media Bias

The Hamas-UN-LA Times Echo Chamber | CAMERA

A leading terror organization has mastered the art of the echo chamber, enlisting a leading Western media outlet to falsely cast its claims as

News | News

Meet the LA Times Reporter Who Doesn't Want You To Know Hamas Beheads Babies

Los Angeles Times investigative reporter Adam Elmahrek has never covered Israel for the paper. He covers California's pot industry. But that isn't stopping him from insisting it is "disinformation" to point out that Hamas beheaded babies in its terrorist

Politics | Politics

Los Angeles Enacts ‘Zero Bail’ System

Los Angeles County this week enacted a "zero bail" system, allowing many criminals to go free immediately after arrest.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

This October 2-6 in Los Angeles, catch a Sketch Party at Benny Boy, The Benson Movie Interruption at Dynasty Typewriter, free rides on Metro for Clean Air Day, Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in Culver City, Carved at Descanso Gardens, a Dumplings & Beer Fest in

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Beach Eats: 21 Of Your Favorite SoCal Oceanfront Restaurants

We asked for your favorite places to eat and drink at the beach, and you delivered. Here are 21 seaside restaurants that serve up a view.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (9-25-2023 to 9-29-2023)

This September 25-29 in Los Angeles, catch Poetry Under the Stars at Fowler Museum, What is the State of Surveillance? at Zócalo Public Square, 75-cent pancakes at Norms, Shaqtoberfest at The Queen Mary, Boney Island at Natural History Museum, a sunset da

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-22-2023 to 9-24-2023)

From September 22-24 in Los Angeles, you'll find The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, the L.A. Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park, a Hispanic Heritage Festival in Inglewood, San Pedro Festival of the Arts, an opera simulcast on the Santa Monica Pier, Illumin

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (9-18-2023 to 9-22-2023)

This September 18-22 in L.A., you'll find IRL dating at The Montalbán, a sketch party at Benny Boy, a secret comedy headliner at Roguelike Tavern, the 2023 premier of the L.A. Haunted Hayride, The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, a Musical Whistling compet

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-15-2023 to 9-17-2023)

This weekend in L.A., from September 15-17, you'll find an El Grito celebration in DTLA, a Latino Heritage Parade and Festival in Pasadena, new art exhibitions at Beyond the Streets, a block party in Canoga Park, a new John Waters exhibition at The Academ

Politics | POLITICS

‘LA vs Hate’ Runs An Orwellian Snitch Line That’s Funded By Biden, Big Business, And You

L.A. has a tip line that encourages citizens to report one another to the government for non-criminal 'hate incidents.'

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-8-2023 to 9-10-2023)

For September 8-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find a Train Festival at Union Station, Metro's Regional Connector Celebration in Little Tokyo, a new classical theater production at The Getty Villa, a Fireworks Finale at The Bowl, the return of Echo Park Rising

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend in L.A. (9-1-2023 to 9-4-2023)

For September 1 to 4 in L.A., you'll find a Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture, a new Jenny Holzer exhibition, KCRW Summer Nights at Descanso Gardens, the West Adams Jazz & Musical Festival, Americana in the Park in Santa Monica, a Malibu Chili Cookoff

Politics | Blue State/City Life

'Catch And Release': Suspect in Viral LA Flash Mob Robbery Was Released on Cashless Bail One Day Before Heist

A Los Angeles woman accused of participating in a viral flash mob robbery was released on cashless bail just one day before the heist, court records show, reflecting the city's struggle to fight crime under liberal prosecutor George Gascón.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-28-2023 to 9-1-2023)

From August 28 to September 1 in L.A., you'll find music trivia at The Offbeat, another edition of Culture Break LA, the Cinecon Classic Film Festival, a new exhibition by Jenny Holzer, KCRW Summer Nights at Descanso Gardens, Return of the Jedi at The Bow

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-25-2023 to 8-27-2023)

For August 25-27 in L.A, you'll find KCRW Summer Nights in Chinatown, the summer finale of Grand Performances, the Leimert Park Jazz Festival, Japan House LA's 5th anniversary, and end of summer bash at One Colorado, a Prosperity Market pop-up, and more.

News | Antisemitism

LA kosher restaurants targeted, burglarized

The targeted restaurants were Nagila Pizza, Fisherman's Bowl, Shanghai Diamond Garden, SushiKo, and Shalom Grill.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-21-2023 to 8-25-2023)

For August 21-25 in Los Angeles, you'll find Bad Dates at Dynasty Typewriter, Culture Break LA in Little Tokyo, the summer finale of the Skirball concert series, a Grand Central Market Night Market, Fourth Fridays in Long Beach, Friend of the Fest, and mo

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-18-2023 to 8-20-2023)

August 18-20 in Los Angeles: The summer finale at Dance DTLA, a new free concert series in Santa Monica, an 818 Day celebration at the Westfield Topanga, a pair of KCRW Summer Nights events, CicLAvia in K-Town and Hollywood, Sunday Sessions at Grand Park,

News | News

Nordstrom robbery: more than 30 people steal over $300k in Los Angeles

California police said more than 30 people stole over $300,000 worth of items from a Nordstrom in Los Angeles.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-14-2023 to 8-18-2023)

From August 14-18 in Los Angeles, you'll find the Art Renzei Art Festival in Long Beach, Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, Popular Kids Club two-year anniversary show, All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory, the Dance DTLA summer finale, a fireworks spe

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-11-2023 to 8-13-2023)

This August 11-13 in Los Angeles, check out a community bike ride at CAAM, the LA Art Book Fair, a Grease sing-along at Ovation, the Natsumatsuri Family Festival, KCRW Summer Nights in Santa Monica, a Concert in the Dome at Mt. Wilson, free screenings at

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-4-2023 to 8-6-2023)

This August 4-6 in Los Angeles, you'll find Summer Nights at the Tar Pits, a re-opening celebration at CAAM, CatCon, Glendale Arts Summer Soiree, a Cinespia screening at Hollywood Forever, Long Beach Pride, Bridgefest LA, Head in the Clouds Festival, and

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

Studio City's famed Sportsmen's Lodge hotel could be replaced by 520-unit apartment complex

Studio City's Sportsmen's Lodge hotel could be demolished and replaced with 520 apartment units.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (7-28-2023 to 7-30-2023)

This July 28-30 in Los Angeles, you'll find the Midsummer Scream convention in Long Beach, Off the 405 at The Getty, Park After Dark Festival in the Santa Monica Mountains, the Venice Beach Games, Rock the Block in Crenshaw, Grand Performances in DTL

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

10 Landmarks You Didn't Know Existed In Pasadena

Beyond the most famous attractions in Pasadena are some of the city's lesser-known highlights. These are among the best landmarks in Pasadena to see!

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (7-21-2023 to 7-23-2023)

This July 21-23 in Los Angeles, you can check out Grand Central Night Market, a 90s sing-along at LA Plaza, an Afro Funke celebration at Grand Performances, the L.A. River Fest, Off the 405 at The Getty, Silents Under the Stars at King Gillette Ranch, and

News | In The News

The historically iconic Westwood Fox Village Theatre is listed for sale

This post was updated July at 9:27 p.m. Newmark Capital Markets published an updated sale listing for the Fox Village Theatre in Westwood on June 20.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour Will Stand Tall Once More

The trusty old Shuttle is being made into a museum display, and it'll be the first time the 20-story spacecraft is fully stacked outside of a NASA facility.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

There’s an abandoned theme park just down the road from Disneyland

Knott’s Berry Farm’s Jungle Island lasted just under 20 years before being shut down — but it was never demolished.

Politics | Blue State/City Life

Disaster: Homelessness Skyrockets in Los Angeles; Over 75,000 on Streets in L.A. County

Homelessness in Los Angeles skyrocketed over the last year, increasing by 10% in L.A. County and 9% in the city.

Politics | Campus Watch

UCLA: An anti-Israel center for Israel studies

Can we blame people for not taking antisemitism seriously when our own leaders and academics minimize it?

News | News

BREAKING: Massive Brawl Breaks out outside Glendale, CA School Board as Armenian Parents Take on the Alphabet Mob

The alphabet mob may have just found that they don't want to mess with the Armenian-American community.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Apartment under LA bridge on market for $250,000, in high demand

This Alhambra apartment under a bridge is one of the 10 Los Angeles County properties under $250,000.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Memorial Day Weekend in L.A. (5-26-2023 to 5-29-2023)

From May 27-30 in Los Angeles, you'll find a community bike tour by Metro Arts, the Fleet Week Expo in San Pedro, Fiesta Hermosa in Hermosa Beach, L.A. Zine Fest in Long Beach, a new Keith Haring exhibit at The Broad, the 36th Annual JazzReggae Fest at UC

Sports | Sports

NBA playoffs: Nuggets overcome LeBron James' 40 for WCF sweep of Lakers, first-ever Finals trip

Nikola Jokic secured a record-breaking triple-double to continue Denver's remarkable postseason.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (5-19-2023 to 5-21-2023)

For May 19-21 in Los Angeles, you'll find Salsa Night at Ivy Station, Beach Streets and LB Proud! Fest in Long Beach, CicLAmini in Watts, Museums of the Arroyo Day, Pick Pico Festival, NHM's Bug Fair, a Macabre Masquerade, Off the 405 at The Get

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (5-15-2023 to 5-19-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from May 15-19, you'll find Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, F$@% This Month at Dynasty Typewriter, free rides for Metro's Bike Day, Wellness Wednesday at Latinx Plants, The Paramount Showcase in Hollywood, Odd Nights at the Autry,

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Mother's Day Weekend in L.A. (5-12-2023 to 5-14-2023)

For May 12-14 in Los Angeles, you'll find Community & Unity People’s Kite Festival at L.A. State Historic Park, a vinyl record fair at The Music Center, RuPaul's DragCon at the Convention Center, a Games of Thrones Live Concert at The Bowl, LA Opera on th

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Cinco de Mayo Weekend in L.A. (5-5-2023 to 5-7-2023)

For May 5 to 7 in Los Angeles, you can scope out First Fridays at NHM, a block party outside Grand Central Market, L.A. Taco's Taco Madness, the 2023 L.A. County Fair, Scent Fair L.A., LitFest in Pasadena, Angel City Brewery's 11th anniversary party, the

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (5-1-2023 to 5-5-2023)

From May 1-5 in L.A., check out SOAR at the South Coast Botanic Garden, the final Pop-Up Magazine at Ace, a Cinco de Mayo Mercado in San Gabriel, May the 4th Be With You at Scum & Villainy, First Fridays at NHM, the L.A. County Fair, a Scent Fair at the C

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-24-2023 to 4-28-2023)

For April 24-28 in Los Angeles, catch a new comedy show in East Hollywood, a Songwriters exhibit at The GRAMMY Museum, a Chargers draft party, an Obama musical parody, a new improv show at The Groundlings, live jazz at LACMA, a spring party at Big Bar, an

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Beloved L.A. video store Vidiots set to reopen in June with bar, theater - CBS Los Angeles

The store closed in 2017, but is set to return after a number of celebrities assisted in fundraising efforts, including Aubrey Plaza, Elijah Wood and Patton Oswalt.

News | In The News

Former LA Mayor Richard Riordan dies at 92

Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan has died at the age of 92.

Travel | Travel Tips

13 Off-The-Beaten Path Ideas For Your Next Trip To Los Angeles

Finding the hidden gems of LA can give travelers an insider's feel of the city. For a trip you're unlikely to forget, check out these spots on your next trip.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-17-2023 to 4-21-2023)

For this April 17-21 in Los Angeles, you'll find a D&D Club meetup at El Cid, the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk, Goth Nite at Angel City Brewery, a 420 Stash & Bash, the Poetry Brothel, a Grunion Fish-tival, Odd Nights at The Autry, and more.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Cruise California During The Golden Age In Beautifully Restored Videos

A YouTube channel called NASS features restored and colorized videos of city streets in the 1950s and 1960s, including Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (4-14-2023 to 4-16-2023)

For April 14-16 in Los Angles, check out a Spring Fling Night Market, the World of Barbie, the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, a Teen Takeover at UPAM, Grand Park Easy Mornings, CicLAvia in MidCity, the Renaissance Pleasure Faire, Skirball's Puppet Festiv

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-10-2023 to 4-14-2023)

This April 10-14 in Los Angeles, you'll find Astronomy on Tap in Old Pasadena, a live reading of Jennifer's Body at The Wallis, free Tuesdays at LACMA and The Autry, Netflix is a Joke Radio, The Comedy Basement, the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beac

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-3-2023 to 4-7-2023)

For April 3 to 7 in Los Angeles, you'll find new offerings at the South Coast Botanic Garden and California Science Museum, movie night at Angel City Brewery, First Wednesdays at the Aquarium of the Pacific, first Thursdays in Westwood and San Pedro, and

Politics | Politics

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis Oversteps on De-Carcerate and De-Populate

Hilda Solis and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors need to lay off the sauce.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (3-27-2023 to 3-31-2023)

This March 27-31 in Los Angeles, check out Reel to Reel at The GRAMMY Museum, SpringTopia in Woodland Hills, The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, PaleyFest at the Dolby Theatre, Stand Up for Pups, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

10 Facts About the Hollywood Sign

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

The Invisible Victims of American Anti-Semitism

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

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

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

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

News | Antisemitism

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

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

News | In The News

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

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

Politics | Blue State/City Life

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

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

News | News

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

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

Politics | Woke Insanity

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

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

Politics | Blue State/City Life

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

Posters Glorifying Palestinian “Martyrs” Found in LA

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

Politics | Other Politics

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

Nazi SS symbol carved into Beverly Hills menorah, suspect arrested

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

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

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

Politics | Blue State/City Life

In Los Angeles, a Carnival of Grievance Politics

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

Politics | Blue State/City Life

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

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

Family & Parenting | Family & Parenting

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

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

News | The News

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

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

Politics | Woke Insanity

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

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

History | History

Remembering Queen Elizabeth's Royal Visit to Los Angeles

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

Politics | Woke Insanity

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

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

Politics | Woke Insanity

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

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

Politics | Corruption

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

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

Politics | The Decline Of America

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

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

Politics | Liberal Fascism

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

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

Sports | Sports

Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully dies at age 94

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Education Department Investigates Allegations USC Ignored Anti-Semitic Harassment

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

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

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

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

Food & Drink | LA Spots

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

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

News | News

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

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

Politics | Corruption

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

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

News | The News

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

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

Politics | Liberal Fascism

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

This is the opposite of democracy. 

News | News

The Left's Hypocrisy On Gun Crime Is Killing People

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

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

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

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

Visual Arts | Photography

The Dennis Hopper Photograph That Caught Los Angeles

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

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Landmark Theatres' Pico Location to Close at End of May

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

News | Antisemitism Watch

Stealth Newspaper Campaign Exposes Jew Hatred at UCLA

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

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

Riot in Los Angeles as Pro-Abortion Activists Confront Police

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

Politics | Politics

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

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

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

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

Residents are divided about whether to safeguard the landmark

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

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

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

Politics | Politics

Safer at Home: Senate Lacks Votes to Confirm Eric Garcetti

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

Politics | The Decline Of America

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

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

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

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

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


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

Politics | The Decline Of America

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

"Gee, it's a real mystery."

News | News

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

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

News | News

Mask Theater Is Alive and Well in Los Angeles

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

Politics | Covid 19

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

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

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

'Karate Kid' Apartment Damaged In Fire; 2 Hospitalized

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

Politics | Covid 19

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

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

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

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

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

News | In The News

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

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

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

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

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