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Has LA Figured Out How to Stop the Epidemic It Set Loose on the World?
WHO WE ARE- Los Angeles gave America the modern street gang. Groups like the Crips and MS-13 have spread from coast to coast, and even abroad. But on Southern California's streets they have been vanishing. Has LA figured out how to stop the ...

10 LA Movie Theaters Where You Can Drink
Since cinephilia and a crippling dependency on alcohol naturally go hand in hand, a number of multiplexes and single-screen theaters alike have taken to giving the beer-swelling masses that which they most desire over the last several years. This is ...

10 Best Classic French Toasts in Los Angeles
This is a list celebrating the best classic French toast in Los Angeles, from Montecito Heights to Venice, Northridge to San Pedro. We chose to highlight the basics of this decadent breakfast treat: bread dipped in egg, dairy or some mix of the two ...

LA County Leaders Expected To Approve $25K Reward In Hunt For Long Beach ...
LA County Leaders Expected To Approve $25K Reward In Hunt For Long Beach ...

Wi-Fi Could Be Coming to LA Metro Stations Soon
When you ride L.A.'s light-rail trains, do you find that your smartphone is left in the dark? The folks that run our trains and buses, LA Metro, say wi-fi is coming to certain train stations in May. Cell service will follow along select underground ...

The Wisdom Tree Is Becoming an LA Landmark. But Will Fame Kill It?
High up on Cahuenga Peak, about a 15-minute walk west of the Hollywood sign, stands a lone pine tree. The otherwise treeless hilltop offers a breathtaking view of L.A. — in fact, there's hardly a spot in the city where you can't look up and see the ...

Macrame artist Emily Katz to host DIY workshops in LA
Few contemporary comebacks in the realm of decorative arts have been as surprising as that of macramé. One of its practitioners, Portland, Ore.-based artist, writer and stylist Emily Katz of Modern Macramé, is returning to Los Angeles to teach a series ...

Los Angeles County's top transit executive to step down in April
The chief executive of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Tuesday that he would step down in April after six years of overseeing both high-profile failures and major milestones during the most ambitious rail expansion ...

LA County's cowboy country braces for bullet train
John Rigney loves trains, but he loves horses even more. Each week, the 49-year-old horse owner rides from his Shadow Hills ranch aboard a Metrolink train to a job nearly 50 miles away in Fullerton. But though he's a major supporter of rail transit, he ...

Vigil Pleads For Help In South LA Hit-And-Run Death Of Mother Of 2
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A candlelight vigil was held Tuesday evening for a South Los Angeles mother killed in a hit-and-run accident over the weekend. Loved ones of Treva Arnold, 39, gathered in front of her home asking for the public's help and ...

An insider or outsider as next head of LA Unified?
As a three-term Colorado governor, Roy Romer, a Democrat, had to deal with a combative Republican majority in his state Legislature. He later headed his party's fractious national committee. But nothing was as difficult, he said, as running the Los ...

One of LA's Most Fascinating and Rebellious Museums Is in ... El Segundo?
"No one would ever admit this," says Bernhard Zunkeler, the Berlin-based curator of the El Segundo Museum of Art's 11th exhibition. "But 95 percent of people, when they buy a piece of art, they want it to match the walls or the couch." The current ...

Steely Dan Crashes Coachella
So Coachella announced its 2015 lineup earlier today, and as usual, the Internet went bazonkers. Why the furor this year? Was it over the presence of a Malcolm Young-less AC/DC? Jack White's first appearance as a solo artist? Reunion shows by Ride and ...

Los Angeles-Italia Event To Celebrate Centennial Of Frank Sinatra's Birth
ROME – The centennial of Frank Sinatra's birth will be celebrated by the 10th Los Angeles-Italia Film Fashion and Art Festival, the annual pre-Oscars event celebrating showbiz ties between Italy and Hollywood. Rising star Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo ...

LA councilman pushes for city to buy burned downtown building
A Los Angeles city councilman wants the city to explore purchasing the property of a downtown apartment building that was severely damaged in a fire last year, possibly to be used as parking. lRelated Da Vinci developer packs apartment complexes next ...

Gjusta and injustice in Los Angeles
Gjusta occupies a former warehouse where Third Avenue ends at Sunset Avenue. As much as this part of Venice, near Rose Avenue, has scaled up to become Silicon Beach — full of successful tech companies and promising startups — it also has become ...

Woman, 5-Year-Old Grandson Seriously Hurt In LA Hit-And-Run
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A woman and her 5-year-old grandson were hospitalized after they were struck by a hit-and-run driver in Los Angeles, police said. Los Angeles police said Emma Cermeno, 48, and the child were struck while crossing ...

Los Angeles Waits on 2024 Olympics Bid Decision
Los Angeles is one of four cities being considered as a possible U.S. bid submission for the 2024 Olympics, a decision that might be announced Thursday when the panel that makes the selection meets in Denver. The announcement follows a two-year ...

Police arrest LA woman in fire at 'Mrs. Doubtfire' house
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of trying to burn down a San Francisco home used in the making of the movie “Mrs. Doubtfire," starring the late Robin Williams. Tyqwon Eugenen Welch of Los Angeles was arrested Wednesday morning ...

Map: Where The Working Women Of Los Angeles Live
A map showing levels of employment among women in Los Angeles. Areas in brown are below the national average, where purple is above. (screenshot via New York Times). It's no surprise that the number of women working in a given neighborhood is ...

LAFD Crews Quickly Put Out South LA House Fire
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Crews Thursday quickly put out a house fire in South Los Angeles. The fire was reported just before 6 a.m. in the 1400 block of E. 58th Street, near Compton Avenue, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. When crews arrived ...

The Smithsonian of Food and Drink Brings Cocktail Exhibits and Classes to LA
It's not every time that a night out for drinks leads to lessons of the beginning of fermentation, the cause and effect of Prohibition and the current state of cocktails in America. However, for the Museum of the American Cocktail, an evening revolving ...

The 3 Best New LA Breweries That Opened in 2014
Not all beer is created equal — at least not this far into the game. As Los Angeles approaches the five-year anniversary of having a craft beer scene to call its own, it's time to reflect a little on the mind-boggling exponential growth in the number ...

Former LA board member to head embattled Magnolia schools
A local charter school group that is battling for survival has turned to a well-known and sometimes controversial education figure to take charge. Magnolia Public Schools, under fire for money management and other issues, has hired former L.A. school ...

30 Free Things to Do in LA Any Time
Before Liz Taylor there was Claudette Colbert, and you can see her interpretation of the pharaoh fatale in Cecil B. DeMille's Cleopatra at 7:30 p.m. The 35mm palatial intrigue doesn't end there, however, as Colbert's Empress Poppaea goes toe to toe ...

Party Pick of the Week: Club Chrome
Chinatown's punk-rock roots run deep, going way back to the heyday of Madame Wong's and staying alive over the years via the indie art galleries, divey watering holes and eclectic music events in its famed, lantern-lit plaza. A lively event series ...

10 Best LA Street Art Murals of 2014
Between this weekend and next, there are so many receptions, opening night parties, art fairs, panels and tours that only someone with a clone or a teleporter could possibly hope to make them all. If you are lacking in such futuristic technology, we've ...

LA Traffic Sign Is Hacked to Say "Read a F——ing Book" (PHOTOS)
Need a New Year resolution, maybe? "Read a f'n book" says #DTLA electronic street sign pic.twitter.com/3iJhOsDg3X. — Daina Beth Solomon (@dainabethcita) January 9, 2015. A downtown Los Angeles digital traffic sign was apparently hacked recently to ...

Brains and Nose: The Coroner's Secret Weapon
When a visitor enters the office, there's a warning bark and growl, so Karina Peck issues some sharp-sounding commands to the German shepherd who's no longer snoozing in the crate beside her. Indiana Bones, the only departmental human remains ...

Weekend Planner: 18 Things To Do In Los Angeles
G1988 (West) opens the art show 'Charts' by Anthony Petrie on Friday night. (Image: Courtesy of the artist and gallery). LAist gets a lot of event announcements, and we comb through them all to bring you a curated list of what's happening in LA this ...


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