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LAPD Bans YG From “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne Tour” In LA
YG has been barred from performing at two Los Angeles dates of the "Drake vs. Lil Wayne Tour", according to a tweet he sent out Friday (Sept. 19). Apparently, it was the decision of the LAPD. "Irvine/Hollywood, the LAPD ain't letting me perform at the ...

New BONC president looks to fight apathy, boost civic engagement of Los ...
New BONC president looks to fight apathy, boost civic engagement of Los ...

Harvest festival gives Korean Angelenos a taste of home
In a shaded tent winding up Irolo Street in Koreatown, vendors from all over South Korea sold their regional specialties, including dried seaweed, sliced plum pickles, dried mussels, pickled octopus and marsh snail oil. Throngs of mostly elderly ...

Police car collides with truck at LA intersection
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles police say two officers responding to a robbery call were injured when their patrol car collided with a pickup truck at an intersection. City News Service reports the cruiser's red light and siren were on when the crash ...

Woman Found Dead In Car Parked In Backyard, Boyfriend Detained
(FOX 11 / CNS) A woman was found dead in a vehicle in the backyard of a Monrovia home today and her boyfriend was detained at the scene, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy said. Deputies at the sheriff's Industry Station were called by the man's ...

Revitalized Grand Central Market is the new heart of Los Angeles: Larry Wilson
Wat Thai Temple monks, of North Hollywood, bless the opening of Sticky Rice at Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles Monday, April 30, 2013. Sticky Rice, owned by David Tewasart, of Pasadena, is kicking off the openings of new restaurants at the ...

Wicked Lit Scaring Up October in LA
For those craving something a little higher brow from the annual haunts and mazes, L.A.' s Wicked Lit has fast become one of the city's most buzzed about October attractions. Taking place inside the catacomb-like Mountain View Mausoleum, the folks at ...

All The Action From This Last Weekend's Alex's Lemonade Stand in Westwood
Who was cooking at the best single-day food event in Los Angeles? Find out right here. And just like that, LA Loves Alex's Lemonade came and went, but not without a generous helping of fanfare only fitting of what has come to be known as LA's best food ...

LA part of new federal effort to deter homegrown jihadists
Los Angeles is one of three cities in which the Obama administration has launched pilot programs aimed at deterring U.S. citizens from traveling abroad to fight alongside terrorist groups and to prevent possible terrorist attacks at home by those ...

LA may soon crack down on unlicensed park vendors
Los Angeles leaders could soon impose tight restrictions on vending in city parks and beaches, reviving a highly controversial issue that divides police, community residents and immigration advocates. People hawking ice cream, holding yoga classes or ...

LOS ANGELES — The atmosphere was right for a meaningful...
LOS ANGELES — The atmosphere was right for a meaningful...

Brit Concludes Los Angeles Is Dickhead 'Mecca'
It sounds like a British writer Will Self had a rough trip to Los Angeles. He reports that while he was staying at a boutique hotel on Fairfax, they refused to turn down the triphop while he was eating breakfast. This sent the Gen Xer on an unpleasant ...

Quality of life in L.A. about to rise
The Los Angeles Police Department could be authorized to issue $100 first-time citations to dog walkers who allow their animals to roam freely in public. Also, public urinators can now feel the sting of a fine. Scott Bridges · Email | Twitter. The Los ...

Meet The Fiercely Talented Women Transforming LA's Food Scene: The Woman ...
Meet The Fiercely Talented Women Transforming LA's Food Scene: The Woman ...

23 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
There are a number of great events happening in L.A. this week. And here are 23 of them for you to choose from. Read on for all the details...and we'll be back on Thursday to help you plan the weekend. MONDAY, SEPT. 22. NOIR FILM: The UCLA Film and ...

Governor signs legislation to improve bike paths
Working through the weekend, Gov. Jerry Brown was busy signing bills into law, and on Saturday he put his John Hancock on two measures aimed at helping cities and counties improve bike paths and trails. Scott Bridges · Email | Twitter. Working through ...

LA business groups threaten suit if city hikes hotel workers' wage
Los Angeles business groups Tuesday ramped up threats to sue the city if it adopted a minimum wage requirement for big hotels. The warnings came as a City Council committee unanimously endorsed the wage hike and sent it to the full council for a vote ...

LA should act quickly to close loopholes in mansionization ordinance
“It's not about the size of the structure, it's about the size of the structure in relationship to its surroundings,” said Shelley Wagers, a homeowner in Beverly Grove, where activists worked for years to get a neighborhood ordinance that knocks ...

Lorna Jane Launches Active Nation Day in Los Angeles
Fitness fashion brand Lorna Jane is on a mission to create a worldwide holiday celebrating health and wellness—and on September 28, Angelenos will reap the benefits. Lorna Jane Clarkson. “My husband always says we're going to be like the Jetsons one ...

$1.6 Million Ransom Paid In Somalia For Journalist From LA
(FOX 11 / AP) Negotiators paid a $1.6 million ransom for the release of a German-American journalist who was kidnapped in Somalia and held for two years and eight months, a commander of pirates who held him said Wednesday. Michael Scott Moore was ...

Los Angeles Register Stops the Presses Five Months after It Started
Freedom Communications allowed a peak behind its pay wall Tuesday at a story announcing closure of its much-ballyhooed startup in Los Angeles after just five months. The Los Angeles Register launched in April with promises from owners Aaron Kushner ...

County Approves $61 Million in Funding for Uninsured Angelenos
On a 4-1 vote Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved up to $61 million in annual funding for medical and dental care services for uninsured Angelenos. The new program, My Health Los Angeles, targets low-income residents not covered under the ...

Fire at Los Angeles seaport extinguished
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A fire at an old wooden wharf at the Port of Los Angeles was extinguished early Wednesday and normal operations resumed after an idle day brought on by smoke from the blaze. The fire sparked Monday evening by a welding accident ...

New Hotel "Living Wage" Isn't For All Hotel Workers in LA
The Beverly Garland Hotel in North Hollywood is one of 40 that will have to pay workers more money. The Garland, as it will be called after a relaunch in January, is non-union. It has had many of the same workers cleaning rooms, parking cars and ...

LA school board to meet Tuesday; likely to discuss Deasy's future
The Los Angeles Unified School District has tentatively scheduled a special closed-door session for Tuesday, during which the future of Supt. John Deasy is likely to be discussed. The 4 p.m. meeting was not entirely a surprise because the possibility ...

LOS ANGELES — The inevitability of bad news makes it...
LOS ANGELES — The inevitability of bad news makes it...

The Valley deserves to be part of LA's public transportation revolution
Back in July, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 577 into law, ending a 23-year moratorium on constructing new light rail in the San Fernando Valley. Almost immediately, L.A. City Councilman Paul Krekorian, among others, filed a motion to study the ...

1980s LA strangler, 74, has served less than 10 years, but that's likely to change
LOS ANGELES — Samuel Little has a rap sheet across half the continental U.S., but has very little time in prison to show for it. That is likely to change Thursday. Little, 74, faces life in prison without parole for murdering three women in the late ...

Woman huddles in rooftop hiding place as intruder looms [Photo]
A woman being pursued by a transient who allegedly broke into her Venice home on Wednesday hid on a second-story roof until help arrived. A woman being pursued by a transient who allegedly broke into her Venice home on Wednesday hid on a ...

Woman beaten by CHP officer settles, but activists 'want him in prison'
Civil rights activists plan to launch a new campaign Thursday for the criminal prosecution of a California Highway Patrol officer caught on video repeatedly punching a woman on the 10 Freeway in Los Angeles, saying the officer's resignation and a ...


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