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Los Angeles News 11/2013 (Page 5)



Public's Help Sought In Search For Home-Invasion Suspects
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A local couple is asking for the public's help in the search for two home invasion suspects who allegedly stole thousands of dollars of heirloom jewelry. Jacob Tsimanis says he was beaten by a man while another man ...

Whitney Biennial 2014 to include LA artists, David Foster Wallace
The 2014 Whitney Biennial in New York will feature a roster of 103 names from around the country, organizers announced on Thursday. Several prominent artists from Los Angeles are on the list, including Karl Haendel, John Mason, Laura Owens and the late ...

Student who died in Angeles National Forest after leap is identified
A 19-year-old from Monterey Park was identified as the college student who died after jumping from rocks into a pool of water in the Angeles National Forest during a hike Monday. Kevin La's cause of death is still pending an autopsy report, said Ed ...

Weekend Planner: 15 Things to Do in LA
Gallery1988 (East) opens the group show 'Rock, Paper, Scissors,' on Friday, featuring the work of Brad Hill, Ian Glaubinger and Steff Bomb. (Print by Glaubinger, inspired by 'Back to the Future.') LAist gets a lot of event announcements—the good, the ...

Spike Jonze's Dystopic Vision of Los Angeles in 'Her'
Los Angeles has a fascinating history of being depicted on the silver screen. (Thom Anderson made a movie about this!) It's only appropriate given that since the nascent days of Hollywood, Southern California has served as the empty stage from which ...

20 Students Vomit, Get Chills At Elementary School In Watts
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Paramedics responded to an elementary school in Watts Friday after reports of as many as 20 students becoming ill, authorities said. Students at Ritter Elementary School at 11108 Watts Ave. were instructed to “shelter in ...

Gael Garcia Bernal Brings Roving Docu Fest to Los Angeles
Los Cabos, MEXICO – Backed by star power and the growing influence of the L.A.-Mexico City cultural corridor, the Ambulante Documentary Film Festival is preparing to make its L.A. debut in September 2014 on the heels of eight years of thriving growth ...

Man, 21, Fatally Shot After Deputies Allegedly See Him Stab Woman
ROSEMEAD (CBSLA.com) — A 21-year-old man was fatally shot by a deputy Friday night after authorities allegedly witnessed him repeatedly stabbing a woman in the back outside of a Rosemead home. Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were initially ...

LA Opera's unlikely — and unusual — 'The Magic Flute'
In a bare rehearsal space downtown at the Music Center, a dozen or so people work through a scene in the dark. The only light comes from projected black-and-white animation flickering on the back wall of the stage — a nude fairy fluttering her wings ...

Hops Ahoy: Los Angeles IPA Festival
How much do you love your IPAs? Mohawk Bend raises a toast to the distinctive brew on Saturday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 17. advertisement. Lager lovers might be called lagerists and stout aficionados could be deemed stouters, but how does one refer to ...

Some LA Unified schools to see cut in anti-poverty funds
More than two dozen local schools face reduced funding next year as the Los Angeles school district funnels more federal money to campuses with a higher percentage of low-income students. The tighter budgets affect 28 schools next year, including the ...

At Least 10 People Hurt at LA Coliseum After USC Win
At least 10 people were hurt at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday when crowds rushed the field after USC's win over Stanford. One person had a broken ankle, but all of the injuries were non-life-threatening. Kate Larsen reports for the NBC4 ...

LAPD officers fatally shoot man in front of Bel Air home
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting in Bel Air early Sunday morning. Officers responded to a report of an assault on a utility worker at 3:30 a.m. at a home on the 1200 block of Stone Canyon Road, police ...

School of Babel (La Cour de Babel): Rome Review
A straightforward and affecting documentary about a class of diverse immigrant kids who speak little to no French. Venue. Rome Film Festival (Out of Competition/Alice in the City; also in Abu Dhabi Film Festival). Director. Julie Bertuccelli. French ...

Jolie, Martin Moved To Tears At Governors Awards
Actress Angelina Jolie accepts the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award on stage during the 2013 Governors Awards, presented by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), at the Grand Ballroom of the Hollywood and Highland ...

Aerial Target Drone Malfunctions, Hits Navy Ship Off Point Mugu
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Navy says an aerial target drone malfunctioned and struck a guided missile cruiser during training off Southern California, causing two minor injuries. Lt. Lenaya Rotklein of the U.S. Third Fleet said the accident on the USS ...

Authorities Seek Patience While They Probe LAX Shooting
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Several law enforcement agencies, who responded to LAX following a deadly shooting rampage in Terminal 3 earlier this month, have asked for patience during their investigation. LAWA Airport Police — in conjunction with ...

On The Town: Society event recalls 'necktie parties' of old LA
It has been 75 years since Mary Emily Foy, L.A.'s first city librarian, created a gathering to promote friendships among families who share generations of Los Angeles history and to preserve records on the growth of Southern California. Since 1939, the ...

Motorcyclist Killed In Los Feliz Traffic Accident
LOS FELIZ (CBSLA.com) — Officials say a motorcyclist was killed following a collision with a car in Los Feliz Sunday morning. The accident occurred about 8:50 in the 4600 block of Los Feliz Boulevard, according to authorities. The Los Angeles Police ...

Shoppers Recall Terrifying Moments Following Westchester Mall Shooting
WESTCHESTER (CBSLA.com) — A day after gunfire erupted at a Westchester mall investigators are still trying to find the man who shot a teen and prompted terrified shoppers to hide for hours. The lone gunman fired several shots at The Howard Hughes ...

CBSLA Exclusive: Video Shows Long Beach Police Shooting Armed Woman
Disclaimer: This exclusive CBSLA video shows a police standoff that ended with a woman being shot several times. The content may be disturbing to some. LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — The 32-year-old woman shot during a police standoff Saturday is ...

Elderly man killed by police in Bel-Air was armed, threatening
A 75-year-old man fatally shot by police in Bel-Air early Sunday had first threatened a utility worker checking a gas leak in the area, police said. Robert Bandler was killed about 3:30 a.m. Sunday in the 1200 block of Stone Canyon Road, where he was ...

LA Now Live: State fails to keep track of hazardous waste
Join us at 9 a.m. when we talk with reporter Jessica Garrison about California's failure to track toxic waste. The state regularly fails to keep track of thousands of tons of dangerous chemicals and toxic metals shipped for disposal on the state's ...

'Made in America' comeback gets help from LA, Walmart, Martha Stewart
Bradshaw Kirchofer Handmade Furniture makes furniture that is hand-crafted from solid wood at its Torrance workshop. (Photo by Steve McCrank/Daily Breeze). Inside the Torrance factory of Bradshaw Kirchofer, carpenters are transforming straw-colored ...

Muji Hollywood: Japanese design store comes to LA
Los Angeles, it's time to meet your Muji. The Tokyo-based retailer with 380 locations in Japan, 200 stores in other countries and a devoted following among design aficionados here in the U.S. is scheduled to open its first store in Southern California ...

LA IPA Festival featured big-name brewers, world-class beers and a great crowd
Hop lovers from across Los Angeles descended on Echo Park's Mohawk Bend over the weekend to taste bitter brews from dozens of California breweries during the first L.A. IPA Festival, and the brewing prowess on display over the two days was ...

As plastic-bag ban looms, LA plans to give out totes
With a plastic-bag ban set to go into effect in Los Angeles on the first of the new year, city officials are launching a campaign to get residents in the habit of using reusable totes. The city has teamed up with environmental groups and nonprofit ...

LA school board's us-versus-them dynamic doesn't help students
If you plan to attend the Los Angeles school board meeting today, you might want to pack a lunch. And a dinner. And maybe even a pillow. If the last two meetings are any measure, we're heading back to the bad old days of L.A. Unified, when battling ...

Illegal Animal Fights on the Rise in LA
Illegal animal fights are increasing in the LA area, especially cockfighting matches and street level dog fights. It's getting so prevalent law enforcement officials are having a tough time keeping up with the crime. Officials say these illegal animal ...

Scientists visit LA to discuss list of buildings at risk in quake
Scientists who have a list of concrete buildings in Los Angeles that could be at risk of collapsing in a major earthquake will meet with L.A. officials Tuesday to discuss their research. The group is led by UC Berkeley engineering professor Jack Moehle ...


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