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Insidelands at Los Globos Was Like a High School Party, But With Better Music
Saturday marked the first full-day festival held by Lost Dog, a music collective that started up in March and is run by three (recently graduated) high schoolers. With the help of Danger Collective Records and SACALA, two other Los Angeles, non-profit, ...

World Cup Projected on Downtown LA Wall For Immigrant Inmates (VIDEO)
A group of demonstrators concerned with societal inequality, the deportation of those who came to the United States illegally, and the rights of homeless people celebrated the World Cup in a unique way this weekend. They projected Saturday's third ...

Could a City-Wide $15 Minimum Wage Be Coming to LA?
Well, brace yourself, because the "fight for fifteen" has arrived in L.A., with an organizer from Seattle having quietly flown down to found an L.A. chapter of 15 Now, which led Seattle's dramatic campaign. By last Thursday, a new labor activist ...

Immigration News: Mexican Statue of Saint Known to Bring Food, Money to ...
Immigration News: Mexican Statue of Saint Known to Bring Food, Money to ...

The Night Shift
We all skimp on sleep, hoping to squeeze a little more time out of each day. But the side effects go way beyond a little mid-meeting drowsiness. Posted on 7/14/2014 9:19:00 AM by Ben Kallen. Photograph by Travis Rathbone/Trunk Archive. Ebony Simpson ...

L.A. pro-Israel rally interrupted by violence
UPDATE 11:37 a.m. (7/14): According to the Los Angeles Times, the four detained men in connection with the fight at yesteray's rally have been "identified as Mostadafa Gamaleldin Hafez, Hassan Mustapha Kreidieh, Mohammed Said Elkhatib and Fadi Ali ...

Son of Sheikh Falsely Charged With Rape as Part of LA Extortion Plot, DA Says
The son of a Saudi sheikh who has been described as one of the wealthiest men in the world was charged in March with four counts of sexual assault after a German woman told Los Angeles authorities the heir had raped and tortured her. Today L.A. ...

Activists pitch LA ballot measure for citywide $15 minimum wage
Protesters demanding a $15-an-hour minimum wage demonstrate outside a McDonald's restaurant in Los Angeles last December. Protesters demanding a $15-an-hour minimum wage demonstrate outside a McDonald's restaurant in Los Angeles last ...

LA City Attorney Moves to Shut Down Marijuana Farmers Market
It was billed as California's the nation's first "marijuana farmers market," and it attracted hundreds of patients who stood in line to get a farm-fresh experience buying medical cannabis. Unfortunately, it was also illegal. See also: Marijuana Farmers ...

Why federal agent fired gun during clash in LA remains unclear
Police in riot gear respond to clashes at a pro-Israel rally at the federal building in Westwood on Sunday. Police in riot gear respond to clashes at a pro-Israel rally at the federal building in Westwood on Sunday. (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times ...

LA activists plan $15-minimum-wage ballot measure
A coalition of activists is pushing Los Angeles to follow in the footsteps of Seattle and boost its minimum wage across the city, drafting a ballot measure that would hike the hourly base to $15. California's minimum wage recently rose to $9 an hour ...

Los Angeles awards $13.9 million to Stow
LOS ANGELES -- Bryan Stow, a Giants fan who was seriously injured during an altercation in a Dodger Stadium parking lot after the 2011 Opening Day game, was awarded $13.9 million for lost wages, past and future medical expenses, and non-economic ...

Customers in Venice remain without water service after main break
About 20 utility customers in Venice will be without water service until Tuesday afternoon after a pipe burst Monday night, flooding narrow streets and several home garages. The 6-inch main ruptured about 10:30 p.m. near Carrol Canal and Dell Avenue ...

22 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
LAist gets a lot of press releases, and we go through most of them to curate a list of our favorite events happening in L.A. Here are 22 events you should know about this week. Read on for all the details. MONDAY, JULY 14. MUSIC: Voices of LA: The ...

LA Marijuana Farmers Market Ordered to Close Down (For Now)
The marijuana farmers market that inspired national headlines when it opened on the Eastside during the July 4 holiday weekend was ordered by an L.A. Superior Court judge today to close its doors, at least for now. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer ...

Ralph Terrazas Named New Los Angeles Fire Chief
Ralph Tarrazas was named by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti as the new Los Angeles Fire Department chief, making him the first Latino to be appointed to the position in its 128-year history, pending City Council confirmation. Conan Nolan reports for ...

Downtown LA is now driest since rain records started in 1877
Children romp in a fountain at Grand Park on the Fourth of July. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times). By Veronica Rocha. Droughts and Heat WavesWeatherWeather ReportsCalifornia Drought (2014)National Weather ServiceNASAJet Propulsion ...

Family of cyclist killed by deputy's car in Calabasas to file suit against Los ...
Family of cyclist killed by deputy's car in Calabasas to file suit against Los ...

Further Proof That Kings of Leon Are Jerks
On August 24, 2009, interns working for NBC's Tonight Show (then hosted by Conan O'Brien) were surprised when musical guests Kings of Leon insisted on a closed rehearsal. Normally, employees and interns could watch artists sound-check during their ...

5 Artsy Things to Do in LA This Week, Including Glass Skins and Noise Music
This week, it's lots of video and sound: a slasher film paired with experimental music in Historic Filipinotown, and an artists' noise band in Little Tokyo. 5. Thin-skinned. In 1960s L.A., when the aerospace industry was booming, two youngish ...

A primer: Comparing voter fraud charges against two LA politicians
Richard Alarcon, left, and his wife, Flora Montes de Oca Alarcon have been charged with perjury and voter fraud. Richard Alarcon, left, and his wife, Flora Montes de Oca Alarcon have been charged with perjury and voter fraud. (Anne Cusack). By Soumya ...

Ramen Burger Brick and Mortar Coming to LA
Say goodbye to waiting in 2-plus-hour lines at various food festivals for the original ramen burger to come to town from New York. Keizo Shimamoto's Ramen Burger will officially become a permanent resident of Los Angeles starting next month. The Ramen ...

First Lady Michelle Obama to spend day 2 of Los Angeles visit speaking about ...
First Lady Michelle Obama to spend day 2 of Los Angeles visit speaking about ...

Still feeling the chill of that drive into the Los Angeles basin
Thirty years ago this week I undertook a great adventure and drove my Mustang II, with its less-than-roadworthy tires and worn-out radiator, at exactly 55 miles-an-hour on an eight-hour nearly overnight journey from San Jose to Los Angeles. That was ...

Los Angeles, nonprofits asked to shelter immigrant children
Los Angeles is working with federal officials on providing temporary shelter for the thousands of immigrant children detained while crossing the southern U.S. border even as anti-immigrant groups are planning protests. At Politico magazine's “What ...

First Lady Michelle Obama tells LA leaders that homeless vets should 'horrify ...
First Lady Michelle Obama tells LA leaders that homeless vets should 'horrify ...

Breaking California into six states? LA not sold on idea
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper presents his driver's license to Heather Ditty, elections manager for the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters, as he turns in boxes of petitions for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split ...

With Bad Contract, LA Police Union Reaps What It Sowed During Mayor's Race
L.A. police officers are up in arms about their new union contract, which freezes wages for most officers for one year. The union rank-and-file rejected the deal last Friday, and on Tuesday union president Tyler Izen called the absence of a raise a ...

Lessons from "Legend": How Being "Artist Friendly" Can Hurt Record Sales
While reporting my recent L.A. Weekly cover story on Bob Marley's Legend, I spent a fair amount of time chatting with Dave Robinson, the founder of Stiff Records and the Island Records exec who put the compilation together. One of the many interesting ...

Family of LA Bicyclist Who Was Fatally Hit by Cop Car Sues
The family of an entertainment attorney who was fatally struck by a patrol car as he rode his bike on Mulholland Highway in Calabasas is suing the sheriff's department, the county of L.A. and the cop involved. The suit, filed yesterday in Los Angeles ...


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