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Paul Robeson, times two, speaks to LA
"What's my motivation?" is a standard laugh line satirizing the acting profession, a livelihood in which it's not always clear why one is doing what one needs to do. At the moment, Daniel Beaty and Keith David may be the two American actors least ...

Police seeking public help in Los Angeles delivery truck homicide
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Los Angeles police asked for the public's help today to find the person who shot and killed a 36-year-old man during the course of a robbery, as he sat in the cab of his delivery truck in South Los Angeles. The shooting took place ...

Woman dies in early morning motorcycle crash in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A motorcyclist died early this morning after her bike collided with a vehicle in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. The victim, a woman in her 40s, was riding southbound on the 8900 block of South Western Avenue with other members of ...

Man robbed, fatally shot inside delivery truck in South LA
Los Angeles police are asking for the public's help in finding the gunman responsible for the fatal shooting of a delivery truck driver in South L.A., authorities said. Police responded to the 4700 block of South Flower Street around 7:30 a.m. Friday ...

Finally! Indique Hair Boutique Comes to LA
The virgin human hair extension brand has boutiques on the east coast and has finally expanded to the west coast with its thirteenth location and first boutique in California. Indique consumers were excited as now it would be a bit easier to get their ...

Los Angeles City Hall pins hopes on bill to slow film industry exodus
Mayor Eric Garcetti holds a press conference to unveil his first budget at City Hall April 14 in Los Angeles. Andy Holzman — Staff Photographer. By Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Daily News. Posted: 04/19/14, 6:07 PM PDT |. # Comments. Los Angeles Mayor ...

Westside Art Scene Is Alive With Events -
It's April and the Westside art scene is alive with photography exhibitions, fairs, and festivals. MOPLA (Month of Photography Los Angeles), a month long initiative celebrating photography, is in full swing, and galleries across Los Angeles are ...

72-Hour Hold Requested For Man Accused Of Making Threats Inside LA Times ...
72-Hour Hold Requested For Man Accused Of Making Threats Inside LA Times ...

Resurrection story inspires on Prophet's campaign trail
As he campaigns for a state Assembly seat, Prophet Walker, 26, is building on his rise out of L.A.'s Nickerson Gardens. By James Rainey. April 21, 2014, 3:01 a.m.. As he campaigns for a state Assembly seat, Prophet Walker, 26, is building on his ...

Arts & Entertainment Celebrating LA, Goodbye Movie Costumes and More ...
Arts & Entertainment Celebrating LA, Goodbye Movie Costumes and More ...

Police Hunt Burglary Suspect They Say Has Been Pelting Them With Objects At ...
Police Hunt Burglary Suspect They Say Has Been Pelting Them With Objects At ...

Lawyer For Man Claiming He Was Sexually Abused By Famous Director Says ...
Lawyer For Man Claiming He Was Sexually Abused By Famous Director Says ...

LA's $400 million trash train going nowhere
An aerial photo of the Mesquite Regional Landfill is propped against the window of the newly constructed Puente Hills Intermodal Facility. The rail line was built to take trash 200 miles to Imperial County, but the system is too expensive to put into ...

Airport Officials Mull Termination Of Contract With LAX Ground Services Firm
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The largest ground services employer at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) could be in jeopardy of losing its exclusive contract Monday. KNX 1070′s Megan Goldsby reports Menzies Aviation has been targeted in recent ...

Brokechella offers an snapshot of LA culture on the cheap
Brokechella is a fairly new event in Los Angeles. It is similar to Coachella, however it has a smaller, more intimate style. The event began three years ago and has since grown to fill a local site in the art district near downtown Los Angeles. This ...

Q&A: Opera Queen Renée Fleming Takes on Los Angeles
Superstar opera singer Renée Fleming tells us what it's like to sing for rowdy football fans and seasoned operagoers in the same year. Right now, she's getting ready to star as Blanche DuBois in the L.A. Opera's contemporary production of A Streetcar ...

'Spring Break' fundraiser for City Year Los Angeles breaks record
The event: “Spring Break: Destination Education,” staged carnival style at Sony Studios in Culver City, was a star-studded affair that had tweens, teens and their families lining up half an hour early on Saturday. The fourth annual event raised a ...

Street artist Jay Shells returns to LA with @TheRapQuotes
On this warm Easter Sunday morning, New York street artist Jason Shelowitz (a.k.a. Jay Shells) is on the streets of Inglewood. He pulls over his rented silver Chevy at the bustling intersection of Imperial Highway and Western Avenue, hip-hop prattling ...

Rapper Asher Roth On The LA Way
Fans will remember his breakout single “I Love College” but that was soooo 2009. Rapper Asher Roth is back with a fresh new sound he calls “more enlightened. At midnight, Roth drops a record titled RetroHash. It is a self-release which he says allowed ...

Man shot by police in downtown LA in critical condition
A man was in critical but stable condition after he was shot in a confrontation with officers in a downtown Los Angeles parking garage, police said Monday night. No officers were injured in the shooting at the building in the 600 block of South Grand ...

Workers discover part of LA's first municipal water system
Workers excavating the site of a $100-million Chinatown development have discovered a 100-foot section of Los Angeles' first municipal water system, an ancient maze of brick and wooden pipes and conduits that once fed the city. The 4-foot-diameter ...

Religious diversity makes LA unique
“Did you have a good Easter?” I was waiting in a long line for coffee this morning, when the person in front of me made eye contact. We shared that awkward tight-lipped smile, the one you use when you are trapped in the same space and have nothing to ...

Los Angeles parking fines too high, group says
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Los Angeles advocacy group is putting up a fight against Mayor Eric Garcetti's plan to hire more parking enforcement officers. Los Angeles Parking Freedom Initiative said the recently released budget relies too much on parking ...

How to get a free cab ride in LA this week
Free rides to and from the airport are hard enough to come by, let alone free rides on demand. Taxi Magic is changing that for customers who use its mobile app to hail a cab in the Los Angeles area this week. Here's how it works: Download the Taxi ...

Lawsuit filed over removal of LA Fine Arts Squad mural in Venice
A lawsuit has been filed over the destruction of a public mural in Venice that was created in 1969 by the group Los Angeles Fine Arts Squad. Artist Victor Henderson, a cofounder of the group, alleges that the mural, known as the "Brooks Avenue Painting ...

'The Science of Sushi,' Coolhaus party with endless ice cream, Artisanal LA
Architecturally themed ice cream sandwich shop Coolhaus is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a party at the Unique Space downtown on May 2. There will be an open cocktail bar, a live show by L.A.'s own De Lux, a DJ set by Paul Tao of IAMSOUND ...

'Wasted Years' marks a hard-core high for LA's Off!
In a dark little room called the Whiskey Kitchen, the four rockers who collectively call themselves Off! are nearly done with basic tracks for a new album, "Wasted Years." Most of it has been recorded to tape on this Sunday before Christmas, and the ...

'Renters' Day' declared by LA councilman, activists amid 'crisis'
In a symbolic move meant to spotlight the steep rents and shabby conditions facing renters across the city, housing activists and a city councilman declared Wednesday to be "Renters' Day" in Los Angeles. "We are at a moment of crisis," said Councilman ...

LA Unified battles lawyers over Miramonte disclosures
The litigation over sexual misconduct at Miramonte Elementary has resulted in a struggle over which documents should be part of the public record. This includes testimony that a former teacher had alerted her principal about sexual misconduct by Mark ...

'The People's Platform' takes on the digital age of exploitation
With every click, every tweet, every share, am I being exploited or am I taking advantage of the digital revolution? This is the question I kept asking myself as I read Astra Taylor's "The People's Platform: Taking Back Power and Culture in the Digital ...


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