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Is Gareth Kantner's Dinette Finally Ready to Debut in Echo Park?
Gareth Kantner's simple Dinette restaurant on Sunset in Echo Park has faced years of delays, but may be ready to debut in the coming weeks. After years (and years) of rumblings about an upcoming restaurant project from Sunset Junction's Gareth Kantner ...

'Silicon Beach' Brings Tech Boom to Los Angeles
So long Silicon Valley. These days entrepreneurs and engineers are flocking to a place better known for wave surfing than Web surfing. Amid the palm trees and purple sunsets of the Southern California coastline, techies have built "Silicon Beach." In ...

Man kills brother, shoots sister then kills himself over inheritance
A La Quinta man killed his brother, shot his sister and then turned the gun on himself during a dispute over their mother's inheritance, authorities said Friday. Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy Armando Munoz said Robert Bertrand, 55, and his siblings ...

LA a fertile ground for garden apartments
As you drive around L.A., you may not notice them, but the city's garden apartment complexes are worth notice. Park La Brea, adjacent to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, may be the most recognized of the complexes — and one of the largest, at 150 ...

LA Launch List: Oct. 24
Nestdrop offers an on-demand alcohol and medical marijuana delivery service to your front door. (Courtesy Nestdrop). The Los Angeles Business Journal brings you a weekly roundup of L.A. launches. Datapop's OmniAds: The Culver City ad tech firm has ...

"Abominable Conditions" for Hundreds of Animals Found in Several LA Homes
The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office charged a Lake Balboa woman this week with multiple counts of animal cruelty and animal neglect. The charges on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 follow an investigation that allegedly found 32 dogs, five cats and two pigs ...

New On-Demand Delivery Service DoorDash Caters to Busy Families in Los ...
New On-Demand Delivery Service DoorDash Caters to Busy Families in Los ...

Friends unravel mystery of homeless 'John Doe' killed in freak Los Angeles ...
Friends unravel mystery of homeless 'John Doe' killed in freak Los Angeles ...

LA's Most Wanted: Best Buy Employee's 2011 Shooting Death
He was shot in the back as he crossed Western Avenue near his family's home on 105th Street. Herb had grown up in the neighborhood, so he was well-known and highly respected in the area. Authorities said a gang feud at the time he was murdered ...

LA firefighters injured battling blaze at Venice storage facility
Firefighters were scrambling Saturday night to douse a massive fire that engulfed a two-story storage facility in Venice. Two firefighters were taken to the hospital, one suffering from heat exhaustion and another an injured back and heat blisters ...

Rescue Kitten Paralyzed By Botched Microchip Insertion May Get Second ...
Rescue Kitten Paralyzed By Botched Microchip Insertion May Get Second ...

Family members beat the odds in winning prized firefighting jobs
Paul Pringle, who specializes in investigating corruption, writes, "Department officials say the hiring of firefighters is based purely on merit, with the best candidates selected through an exacting regimen of testing and interviews. But a Times ...

Pedestrian injured in Los Angeles hit-and-run
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A 48-year-old pedestrian was injured early today when he was struck by a vehicle in a hit-and-run crash in the Pico-Union District of Los Angeles, police said. Juan Mendoza of Los Angeles was struck by a dark Honda about 2:45 a.m. ...

Eight firefighters injured in Los Angeles storage 'death trap'
(Reuters) - Eight firefighters were injured battling a massive fire at a Los Angeles storage facility filled with combustibles like furniture, artwork, and vinyl records but with no sprinkler system, city and fire officials said on Sunday. More than ...

Could more have been done for Thomas Eric Duncan?
(AP Photo/Wilmot Chayee, File). FILE - This 2011 file photo provided by Wilmot Chayee shows Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., at a wedding in Ghana. By EMILY SCHMALL, RAY HENRY and WILL WEISSERT Associated ...

Newspaper finds Los Angeles firefighter nepotism
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles County Fire Department will begin tracking the hiring of relatives and is drafting an anti-nepotism policy. The changes come after a Los Angeles Times investigation (http://lat.ms/1rFmWjo ) released Sunday found that ...

Man running from gunman fatally shot in the back in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES - A man in his mid-20s was chased down a Los Angeles street and fatally shot in the back, a police sergeant said today. The shooting occurred at 9:37 p.m. Sunday at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, said Sgt. Mark Green of ...

Who was Tuan Nguyen? Friends unravel mystery of homeless man killed in LA ...
Who was Tuan Nguyen? Friends unravel mystery of homeless man killed in LA ...

Chemical leak in Riverside sends 11 people to hospital
Nearly a dozen people, including fire and police officials, were hospitalized early Monday after they were exposed to an unknown chemical leaking from a tank near Lincoln High School in Riverside. The leak prompted authorities to shut down the ...

Car plows into bus stop near USC, seriously injuring woman, 2 children
A 32-year-old woman and two young children she was with were seriously hurt Monday after a car plowed into a bus stop near USC in University Village, police said. The driver, who has not been identified, plowed into the woman and two children -- ages 1 ...

Street-Closure Signs For Los Angeles Production Boom Will Cost $635000
Second in a series: Street closures are an integral part of location shoots, and the Los Angeles City Council recently asked the city's Department of Transportation to make L.A.'s streets more film friendly in advance of the expected boom in local ...

City panel hopes to combat runaway film production in Los Angeles
A television show films in the Arts District near Downtown Los Angeles. Photo by John Schreiber. A city panel on Tuesday will consider a proposed extension of a fee waiver for film productions shot on city property, together with a package of other ...

For the record
TRI Pointe Homes: In the Oct. 27 Section A, a Monday Business stock spotlight article about TRI Pointe Homes quoted the company as saying that the median price of the houses it builds is $368,000. In fact, the company said, it measures home values by ...

LA school officials order review of every senior's transcript
Reacting to ongoing problems with a new computerized student data system, Los Angeles school district officials have ordered a review of every senior's transcript and brought in counselors and administrators to ensure those records won't hurt students' ...

L.A Welcomes A New Morning Team At Mega 96.3
SBS Spanish Top 40 KXOL (MEGA 96.3)/LOS ANGELES has launched a new morning show, "The RAQC and NACHIN Show," live from 6-10a, MONDAY to FRIDAY. "We are excited to provide our loyal audience 'The RAQC and NACHIN Show;' the only ...

LAPD Releases Footage Of Hit-And-Run Near Exposition Park
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Authorities Monday asked for the public's help in identifying and locating a couple accused of intentionally running over a man with their vehicle back in August. Hoping for leads, the Los Angeles Police Department released ...

24 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week
It's a night of audio-visual art at Perhspace on Monday with Prism Pipe. (Image: Courtesy of Prism Pipe). Here are 24 of our favorite events happening in Los Angeles this week. We'll be back on Thursday with our Weekend Planner column to help you ...

The Problem with Shangri-La
Try to picture “Shangri-La” and your mind might conjure up an Orientalist fantasy, a syncretic world, folding all the cultural distinctions that characterize diverse nations into a single category. In the Shangri-La, a Hawaii-based center for the arts ...

Los Angeles speeds up push for drone policy
Voicing concern about their impact over stadiums and other large venues, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday asked the Los Angeles Police Commission to expedite its recommendations on the use of drones. Councilman Tom LaBonge said he is ...

LA city workers rally over bank deals as bargaining continues
A large crowd of city workers, labor activists and their allies marched downtown and packed the stairs of City Hall on Tuesday, demanding that city leaders step up pressure on Wall Street banks to renegotiate deals they say are costing the city. The ...


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