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Los Angeles News 05/2015 (Page 7)



3.3 quake strikes Baldwin Hills in LA County
BALDWIN HILLS - A magnitude 3.3 earthquake hit the Baldwin Hills at 10:06 a.m. today, according to an automated report from the Southern California Earthquake Center. People as far east as Whittier told the USGS they felt it, and it was widely felt ...

LA's Most Wanted: Man Killed In Nightclub Shooting Moved To Avoid Gang ...
LA's Most Wanted: Man Killed In Nightclub Shooting Moved To Avoid Gang ...

From Cyber-Bullied To Celebrated! LA Holds A Big Party For The Dancing Man
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — He's gone from cyber-bullied to celebrated in a very short time. The Dancing Man was in Los Angeles Saturday to be celebrated as the guest of honor at a huge dance party. In March, Sean O'Brien was mocked on social ...

Remarkable 'Ode,' Next on Grand, peeking at ballerinas
I'm Kelly Scott, the arts and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times, and this holiday weekend marks the rough midway point of the arts year. Spring shows have completed their runs, the L.A. Philharmonic season concludes this week, and we look ahead ...

City Hall could learn from David Ryu's hands-on campaigning
To the editor: David Ryu, newly elected to the Los Angeles City Council, has been given the opportunity to bring a breath of fresh air to the insider stench-filled City Hall. ("Can David Ryu maintain his outsider stance inside City Hall?," editorial ...

Canoga Park's small parade plays big role in LA
Turns out the San Fernando Valley is the place for parades. “The Valley is parade central for honoring our veterans and the fallen,” said Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield. And he's not boasting — he's right. When Blumenfield was working for ...

For LA oil site's neighbors, a sense of more trouble wafting their way
When the winds blew a certain way, Don Martin said he could smell from his Jefferson Park apartment the pungent odors coming from the Freeport McMoRan Oil and Gas oil site. He felt there was nothing he could do about it. But Martin said he felt better ...

First grave in the LA veterans cemetery
abner-prather-flags-obelisk.jpg Abner Prather was the first veteran to be buried in 1889 at what became the Los Angeles National Cemetery. LA Observed photos from Sunday. I visited the national cemetery in Westwood on Sunday, after the girl and boy ...

Trying to house LA's homeless veterans is a complex, lengthy process
As we honor the dead on this Memorial Day, it's worth remembering as well the living veterans of military service who have no homes except sidewalk encampments or the occasional shelter bed, whose lives are so wracked by mental illness, addictions or ...

Memorial Day 1918: 'What shall be for memory?'
As a history buff, I like browsing through old newspapers (not to mention archives) seeking links to the present, which led me to dust off the Times' editorial from Memorial Day 1918 - the first commemoration following the end of World War One. It's a ...

Dodgers Dugout: Another drought in LA
Hi, welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell, wishing all the armed forces veterans out there a Happy Memorial Day. Still struggling. The Dodgers won two of three from the San Diego Padres, but still can't get it going ...

Essential California: A day to remember the fallen
Memorial Day is Monteen Purdie's 100th birthday, and she will spend the day visiting her son's grave at the Los Angeles National Cemetery in Westwood. He was killed in Vietnam in 1968. “She rested her hand against her cheek, remembering the short ...

Memorial Day Honored With Remembrances Across The Southland
Los Angeles, CA - (FOX 11 / CNS) Memorial Day in Los Angeles County today will include removing ivy from a wall at Rosie the Riveter Park in Long Beach that will have a list of the names of the armed forces members who gave their lives in service to ...

California students shouldn't get placed in fake classes
When it was revealed that students at Jefferson High School in South Los Angeles and other schools were being assigned to "classes" in which nothing was actually taught, many people wondered how this could happen. Isn't it against the law to stick kids ...

Young chefs are stirring things up in the Asian restaurant business
Young chefs are shaking up the Asian restaurant business, bringing a modern take on traditional cuisine to hip neighborhoods such as Silver Lake, downtown L.A. and the beach cities. Gone are the MSG and mismatched china. Instead of hole-in-the-wall ...

For LA Folk Duo The Milk Carton Kids, Quiet Is the New Loud
Los Angeles is a city of background noise. No matter where you are, listen close and you'll probably hear the distant thrum of freeway traffic or the buzz of a passing helicopter. We're so used to it, we barely notice it. Maybe that explains why The ...

Essential California: Whose budget is it, anyway?
Politicians, unions and wealthy benefactors are pushing tax-related proposals over the objections of Gov. Jerry Brown. Revenue is surging, so these proposals are more about promoting political agendas or funding specific causes than about filling the ...

LA City Council Committee To Consider Minimum Wage Hike Proposal
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Economic Development Committee Tuesday is expected to consider an ordinance to increase Los Angeles' minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next five years. On May 19, the City Council voted in favor, 14-2, of the ...

Data Proves it: LA Is a Real City
If you're tired of hearing your East Coast friends tell you Los Angeles isn't a "real city," you can now show them proof that they're wrong. Jed Kolko, chief economist at real estate listings site Trulia, recently set out to determine the urban makeup ...

Swedish student who vanished in 1982 matched to bones in US
FREMONT, Calif. (AP) - Bones found in the San Francisco Bay Area are those of a Swedish exchange student who disappeared more than 30 years ago, authorities said Monday. The U.S. Department of Justice matched seven bones discovered in a canyon ...

Barrel Down opens with 40 beers on tap and cauliflower popcorn
Barrel Down, a bar and restaurant boasting 40 beers on tap, will open in the old Bronson Building in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday. lRelated Beer events season is in full swing in Southern California · Daily Dish · Beer events season is in full ...

'The Dancing Man' gets star treatment at Hollywood bash
An Englishman who was body-shamed on social media after photos of him dancing went viral received a Hollywood-sized welcome when a party was thrown in his honor. lRelated Northern California child prodigy gets college degrees at age 11 · L.A. Now ...

Baseball: City and Southern Section playoff schedule
BASEBALL. CITY. DIVISION I. Semifinals, Wednesday at Birmingham. #4 Narbonne vs. #1 El Camino Real, 3 p.m.. #6 Cleveland vs. #2 Chatsworth, 6 p.m.. Notes: Championship, Saturday, 1 p.m. at Dodger Stadium. DIVISION II. Semifinals, Tuesday at MLB ...

Audit finds millions in overtime pay at LA transportation department
Last year, the average employee who paints stripes on roads and installs street signs for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation made $48,100 in overtime, almost six times what most other city workers received. Four supervisors claimed $70,000 in ...

LA to consider shifting responsibility for sidewalks to landowners
For decades, Los Angeles' backlog of broken and lifted sidewalks has bedeviled pedestrians, cost the city millions annually in injury payouts and eluded a politically and financially palatable long-term solution. On Tuesday, a top city budget official ...

Top 5 LA Restaurants Where On-Demand Delivery Comes In Handy
Twenty minutes looking for parking. Ten minutes walking to the restaurant. Then an eternity of making calculated eye contact with the hostess to show her just how hangry you are. We've all suffered from similar situations before; we know that pain. To ...

LA labor leaders seek minimum wage exemption for firms with union workers
Labor leaders, who were among the strongest supporters of the citywide minimum wage increase approved last week by the Los Angeles City Council, are advocating last-minute changes to the law that could create an exemption for companies with ...

Essential California: Redrawing California as we know it
Good morning. It is Wednesday, May 27. Researchers at UC Berkeley have made a surprising discovery -- robots are bad at doing laundry. Who knew? Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Sign up below to get Essential California delivered ...

Spirit, which brought you the 'Bare Fare,' starting LA-Oakland service
Love 'em or hate 'em, Spirit Airlines will be jumping into the L.A.-to-the-Bay Area market this fall. The no-frills (or pay-as-you-go frills) airline will start new service in November. lRelated Airlines don't have to honor 'mistake' fares, U.S. agency ...

Why Aren't There More Meat CSAs in LA?
In Southern California, buying seasonal, organic, locally grown vegetables year-round is a way of life. The same, then, should be true for pork, beef, chicken and seafood, right? It's not. “I wanted to grow my animals in California, have them done in ...


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