Los Angeles (LA) Chinese Resources
VPNDada: Best VPNs for China
Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About


News Archive
Home > Los Angeles News

Los Angeles News 06/2013 (Page 6)



LA's BEST Students Graduate with Disney's Monsters U
Students from the after-school program L.A.'s BEST help marked "Summer Learning Day," with a field trip to see the premiere of the animated film "Monster's University" with Clippers player Chris Paul and his son. Hundreds of low-income LA students who ...

Why We Love LA Summers: Grand Performances At California Plaza
Summer has arrived, and we're ready to celebrate all that screams 'tis the season in Los Angeles. From sand to summit, from sips to snacks -- we love L.A. summers. It's summertime in the city, which means outdoor events catering to any cultural palette ...

MOCA's Controversial LA Architecture Exhibit Is Sprawling, Confusing and ...
MOCA's Controversial LA Architecture Exhibit Is Sprawling, Confusing and ...

I Am Los Angeles: The Spirit of America
I Am Los Angeles is a video portrait series created by journalist and filmmaker Joris Debeij, showcasing the unique people and their ideas that make L.A. what it is. KCET Departures will be featuring these videos as part of our continuing coverage of ...

The Gaylord Apartments: Luxury, Socialism, and L.A.'s First Failed Co-Op
The sixteen miles of Wilshire Boulevard that stretch from downtown to the sea runs through the arteries of a series of highly diverse and incongruent neighborhoods. It is a fitting testament to the man for whom the street is named. Henry Gaylord ...

Connecting Cultures and Building Bridges in Literary Los Angeles
Summer 2013 is off to a whirlwind beginning with a packed calendar of concerts, exhibits, literary festivals and more events than one could attend in several lifetimes. This week L.A. Letters commemorates a few organizations, venues and poets that are ...

LA boy, 16, sentenced in shooting that killed baby
LOS ANGELES — LOS ANGELES (AP) - A 16-year-old gang member was sentenced Friday to 90 years to life in prison for killing a 1-year-old boy who was shot as the toddler lay in his father's arms on a South Los Angeles street. Donald Ray Dokins was ...

Party People Beware: DUI Checkpoints for Pasadena, Hollywood, South LA
Last weekend we barely heard a peep out of the LAPD about its regular DUI checkpoings. Had they gone on hiatus? Not for long. The department plans to unleash a hot mess of drunk driver checkpoints throughout L.A., including in Hollywood, and we've got ...

1 Suspect In Custody, 2 At Large In Westmount Deputy-Involved Shooting
WESTMOUNT (CBSLA.com) — One suspect was shot and wounded and two others are at large in an deputy-involved shooting in Westmount Friday. The shooting took place around 9:35 p.m. in the 1300 block of West 102nd Street in an unincorporated ...

FAA moving toward easing electronic device use
WASHINGTON (AP) - Relief may be on the way for airline passengers who can't bear to be separated even briefly from their personal electronic devices. The government is moving toward allowing gate-to-gate use of music players, tablets, laptops, ...

Need an LA song? Take your pick of nearly 200
Associated Press/Chris Carlson - Josh Kun, the curator who organized a collection of music themed around Loa Angeles poses for a picture at the main branch of the Los Angeles Public Library Friday, June 21, …more 2013 in Los Angeles. Kun, a USC ...

Doug McIntyre: IPads for school kids
The perpetually destitute Los Angeles Unified School District will spend $30 million to purchase thousands of iPad tablets to give away to students at 47 LAUSD campuses. At second blush, it seems crazier. This purchase all but commits the nation's ...

'Mad Men' creator turns LA into New York of the 1960s
Beckham Grill in Pasadena is one of many locations throughout the Los Angeles region used during the filming of Mad Men. (SGVN/Staff photo by Walt Mancini). MAD MEN IN PASADENA. View: 'Mad Men' locations throughout Southern California in a larger ...

Journey to the submlime center of Los Angeles
When the DC-10 in which I was traveling touched down at LAX some three decades ago, I arrived with many of the same prejudices that lots of people have about Los Angeles and the region. At the time, I had no inkling that one day I would migrate from ...

An LA antiwar protest whose reverberations were felt nationwide
"On the night of June 23, 1967, the meaning of 'police brutality' took on an electrifying reality for thousands of respectable middle-class residents of Los Angeles who participated in a peaceful anti-Vietnam demonstration that was to have taken them ...

Add Bike-In Movies To List Of LA's Outdoor Activities
Under a full moon Saturday night, dozens tried to figure out “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” at Marsh Park. Rachel Kim, reporting for CBS2, went to speak to the bikers and movie enthusiasts. She reported that many people “ditched their cars for the second ...

Fatal stabbing a reminder of gussied-up Tinseltown's darker past
The death of 23-year-old Christine Calderon stunned the tourist district and prompted L.A.'s police chief and mayor-elect to call for increased patrols. June 21, 2013|By Marisa Gerber, Andrew Blankstein and Ben Welsh, Los Angeles Times. Pedestrians ...

An opinionated guide to Ciclavia sights on Wilshire Boulevard
wilshire-history-signs.jpg Wilshire Boulevard is a natural place for Sunday's Ciclavia — it runs through the heart of the city's geography, history and culture. I'm a bit biased. I wrote a book on the role of Wilshire Boulevard in the 20th century ...

Militants kill 9 foreign tourists, 1 Pakistani - Los Angeles Local News ...
Militants kill 9 foreign tourists, 1 Pakistani - Los Angeles Local News ...

Angelenos Celebrate 7th 'CicLAvia' Event Along Wilshire Boulevard
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Thousands of Angelenos are expected to ditch their cars and head out to Wilshire Boulevard on bike for the city's seventh CicLAvia event. Listen to KNX1070 for traffic and weather together on the 5s. Officials closed six ...

Wanted US leaker Snowden believed to be in Moscow - Los Angeles Local ...
Wanted US leaker Snowden believed to be in Moscow - Los Angeles Local ...

College Baseball: Destiny may be Bruin
OMAHA, NEB. -- The magic started on June 1, nearly a month before UCLA found itself playing for a national title. In the second game of the Los Angeles Regional, the Bruins faced a four-run deficit against Cal Poly. They weathered an uneven start from ...

Man Shot in Alleged Robbery Setup in South LA
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Police were searching on Sunday for a gunman who shot a man during an alleged robbery setup. The shooting happened at 10:57 p.m. on Saturday near the intersection of W. 92nd St. and Western Ave. The victim had arranged to ...

Day One With Google Glass
I was so excited to pick up my #GoogleGlass. It seemed like it had been forever since I got the message saying I was picked as one of the #ProjectGlass #explorers. First of all, it was awesome taking a mini tour of Google Headquarters in Los Angeles as ...

The Week in Livable Streets Events
This is sort of a weird week, it's the end for the Villaraigosa administration. There's a CicLAvia hangover. Next week has a holiday in the middle of it. But there's plenty of important and fun stuff on the agenda. Tuesday - Local artists Sean Deyoe ...

LA Weekly Wins Big at the LA Press Club
The L.A. Weekly's Gene Maddaus was named Print Journalist of the Year at last night's L.A. Press Club's banquet, while a half-dozen Weekly staffers took first-place honors in other categories. Of Maddaus' work, the judges wrote, "Maddaus' investigative ...

Tacolandia 2013: Thanks for Coming + See You Next Year
To everyone who crowded into the Hollywood Palladium parking lot yesterday to eat tacos -- plate after plate of mole tacos and sea urchin tacos and octopus tacos -- we salute you. LA Weekly's first annual Tacolandia festival, a happy celebration of one ...

Politics and government
The United States Supreme Court did not issue rulings this morning on the challenges to California's Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act. To mark his time as mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa's staff put together a 60-page book, titled "Straight ...

Streetsblog Wins Two Awards from LA Press Club
When we first decided to submit for Los Angeles Press Club Awards, I was just hoping we would place in the top three once or twice. Not that I didn't think we had some great stories, from Sahra's photography and groundbreaking “Listening to the Streets ...

Proposed LA tax deal would help fund new Westfield mall
The Los Angeles City Council is weighing a major package of financial assistance for shopping mall developer Westfield just days after the company helped stage a black-tie gala attended by city leaders at Los Angeles International Airport. Westfield is ...


bankruptcy site | bail bonds directory | yacht charter site | net resources | 1clickguide.com | home insurance | website about home builder | Site for book lovers


Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About
© Copyright by LA4Chinese.com. All rights reserved.