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LA wants to run the Greek Theatre? First take care of the parks
The Los Angeles parks department may be getting into the concert business. Bids for the Greek Theatre: Why even bother? The Times Editorial Board. A Los Angeles City Council committee this week rejected the recommendation of an independent expert ...

Local Democrats endorse Ryu over Ramsay in May 19 LA council runoff
A week after Election Day, it still isn't clear whether David Ryu will make it into the May 19 runoff to represent a Los Angeles City Council district stretching from Sherman Oaks to the Miracle Mile. lRelated L.A. Council District 4 runoff likely to ...

Traffic alert: Obama visiting LA for 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' appearance
President Obama is scheduled to travel to Los Angeles on Thursday and will make a guest appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live." His visit to the Southland has prompted several street closures and traffic advisories. lRelated Jimmy Kimmel sells his vintage ...

Man Who Lost Leg In Hit-And-Run Crash Will Run In Sunday's Marathon
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — More than two years after Damian Kevitt lost a leg following a nearly fatal hit and run in Griffith Park he plans to call attention to what he calls a growing epidemic by running in Sunday's LA Marathon. “I was hit on Zoo ...

Los Angeles County, Pasadena firefighters help toddler fight cancer
Dylan Wolfe, 2 of Camarillo, has been battling cancer since he was just over a year old. To help Dylan and his mom Katie Wolfe pay for alternative medicine to help his brain tumor shrink, that is not covered by health insurance, Pasadena Firefighters ...

Essential California: Orange County's death penalty case, leadership changes ...
Essential California: Orange County's death penalty case, leadership changes ...

L.A. Street Artists Get Instant Feedback — and That Can Be Dangerous
"People drinking late will go home at 2:30 or 3. People who go to work early leave at 5 or 5:30. So in the middle there is perfect," says Plastic Jesus. "You learn a lot about the streets of L.A. around then." WRD SMTH calls it "walking dead time," for ...

L.A. Region Dominates Ranking of Economically Robust U.S. Cities
Despite L.A.'s wide gap between rich and poor, sky-high rents and impossible housing prices, the local economy has its strengths, especially when compared to other American cities. The personal-finance site WalletHub recently looked at data from 350 U ...

Onetime Frank Sinatra party pad for sale in Chatsworth
A Chatsworth property Frank Sinatra once called home has come on the market at $7.5 million. The crooner didn't own the estate but leased it for nearly a decade when bank heiress and original owner Dora Hutchinson, who had thrown lavish Hollywood ...

L.A. Weekly's Artopia Comes to Downtown L.A. on April 30
We're bringing back Artopia — our celebration of cutting-edge L.A. visual and performance artists — for its third year. On Thursday, April 30, from 8 to 11 p.m., Angelenos will gather at the Container Yard in downtown L.A. for live art, music ...

Winter-weary travelers head to LA and San Diego for spring break, survey says
With a record number of Americans expected to travel by air this spring, Southern California has emerged as one of the top spring break destinations for winter-weary travelers. lRelated Airplanes' air may be clean, but what about cabin surfaces ...

New vote tallies show Ramsay, Ryu ahead for LA council runoff
New tallies in the tight election to represent a Los Angeles City Council district that stretches from Sherman Oaks to the Miracle Mile show council aide Carolyn Ramsay and community health center development director David Ryu still leading in the ...

5 Great Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week
The argument over whether or not the Internet has economically screwed creative folks is as old as, well, the Internet. Scott Timberg probes this debate in his new book, Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class. In a conversation with Janet ...

Street closures to continue as President Obama leaves LA
Traffic woes tied to President Obama's trip to Los Angeles are expected to continue Friday morning as he leaves the city following quick visits to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and a fundraising event. Early-morning commuters heading to work near Los Angeles ...

How Does L.A. Say Goodbye to Winter? With a Summer Heat Wave
We wouldn't blame you if you completely lost track of the calendar this weekend. It will feel like mid-July instead of mid-March, that much seems certain. The National Weather Service says the temperature gauge will reach above the 90-degree mark in ...

Renting Near L.A.'s Cool New Transit Lines Will Cost a Freakin' Fortune
Part of the whole argument for increasing density along Los Angeles' new light-rail and mega-bus lines is that putting more people in new apartments and condos near them will allow locals to ditch their cars for the daily commute to work. Metro Los ...

More Road Closures as President Obama Leaves Los Angeles
Drivers are advised to be prepared for more road closures as President Obama gets ready to leave Los Angeles Friday. The LAPD is recommending motorists avoid the area around West Pico Boulevard between Avenue of the Stars and Westwood Boulevard ...

L.A. Premiere of Sean Penn's 'Gunman' Packed With Action
Camaraderie among cast and crewmembers was evident Thursday night at the Los Angeles premiere of The Gunman, starring Sean Penn, at L.A. Live's Regal Cinema. The film, which opens March 20, features Penn, Idris Elba and Javier Bardem and is ...

Letters: Make room for more statues in LA
The Times had a great photo Tuesday of Luc Robitaille, Wayne Gretzky and Jerry West. They all have statues at Staples Center. Who's missing? I will tell you who — No. 22, Elgin Baylor. He was the man who sold the NBA to Southern California. I still ...

Ewert and the Two Dragons faced bad luck before Friday's LA date
Ewert and the Two Dragons' new album, “Circles,” opens with the line, “And I never thought I'd find my way home.” It's a question the band members are likely asking themselves as they head to Los Angeles for the conclusion of their tour. lRelated ...

LA Marathon Officials Taking Steps To Help Runners Beat The Heat
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Record warmth and distance running do not mix well, so organizers of Sunday's LA Marathon are doing what they can to try to keep the runners from suffering heat stroke and other related illnesses. That means an earlier start ...

Marathon light show dazzles LA skyline
Spectators and photographers line up at the Griffith Park Observatory to view spotlights along the marathon route. Spectators and photographers line up at the Griffith Park Observatory to view spotlights along the marathon route. (Robert Gauthier, Los ...

Stray Dog From Russia Arrives To LA In Search For Loving Home
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — One of thousands of stray dogs that stole the hearts of Americans during last year's Olympic games in Sochi, Russia took his first steps Friday on American soil. The German Shepherd mix named Nick arrived to the U.S. after ...

Essential California: Arrests at Venice High School, LA's new Jewish ...
Essential California: Arrests at Venice High School, LA's new Jewish ...

It was loathe at first sight
L.A. Affairs is our weekly column about the current dating scene in and around Los Angeles -- and finding romance in a wired world. If you've got a story to tell, we want to hear it. We pay $300 per published column. Past columns and submission ...

Record-breaking heat wave grips Los Angeles with mid-90 highs
The record-setting heat wave and gusts of Santa Ana winds that have enveloped the Southland in recent days are expected to continue through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Daytime highs today and Sunday will range in the 80s to ...

LA's low voter numbers push state officials toward easing process
Alarmed by the dismal voter turnout in this month's Los Angeles city election, California lawmakers are considering a massive expansion of vote-by-mail balloting and legalizing pop-up polling stations at shopping malls to help increase the convenience ...

LA sports talk was a better place with the 'Joe McDonnell Experience'
Joe McDonnell, right, sitting next to the Angels' Josh Hamilton, dominated the L.A. sports talk radio show market. (Courtesy photo). By Tom Hoffarth, Los Angeles Daily News. Posted: 03/14/15, 6:27 PM PDT |. # Comments. Joe McDonell, a fixture in sports ...

How some Los Angeles governments block public records access
From City Hall to Los Angeles Unified, transparency varies widely at L.A.'s major government agencies. News organizations like the Daily News request records many times a week. Queries can be for something as basic as a financial budget to something as ...

An urban planner gives us the lowdown on LA
The California section recently grabbed breakfast with urban planning guru Dan Rosenfeld, at Kitchen Mouse restaurant in quickly changing Highland Park. Rosenfeld has been poking at the way cities work for decades, both as a private sector developer ...


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