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Los Angeles News 06/2015 (Page 4)



From Organic '96 to the Hollywood Bowl: The LA History of Underworld
They came in on waves of static. Just as the sun's last rays went out. They surged higher and higher with tongues of fire and deep rumbling currents in the low end, like a power station that was about to blow. Then slowly, like pinballs ricocheting in ...

For Father's Day in LA, consider these 8 spots for grooming services
Hollywood is pretty much synonymous with vanity. So as manscaping and metrosexuality continue to liberate men from coast to coast, it's no surprise that a hyper demand for male grooming services has resulted in a burgeoning crop of local spas, ...

Former Judge Accused Of Firing Gun Inside West LA Home
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Police Thursday arrested a former judge who allegedly fired a weapon within his home in West Los Angeles. Around 1:45 a.m., officers were sent to a condominium located in the 1900 block of Barrington Avenue for report of a ...

1 Killed, 3 Injured In LA Shooting; Suspect Remains At Large
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Detectives Thursday searched for a man suspected of fatally shooting one person and injuring three others. Around 12:40 p.m. on Wednesday, deputies were sent to the 8800 block of Vermont Avenue for report of several ...

Unusual Road Trips for LA's Most Intrepid Travelers
A road trip should be an adventure, right? The whole point is to seek out the unexpected. So don't fault us for eschewing picturesque mountain resorts and postcard-worthy cliffside cabanas — and steering you instead toward a nondescript industrial ...

Forget feta: When it comes to fronting brands, these LA chefs are all about ...
Forget feta: When it comes to fronting brands, these LA chefs are all about ...

California Water Wasters Beware: #DroughtShaming On The Rise
In this Friday, June 5, 2015, photo, Tony Corcoran records sprinklers watering the lawn in front of a house in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong). California Water Wasters Beware: #DroughtShaming On The RiseMore>> · Like & follow us on ...

LA theater openings, June 14-21: 'California: The Tempest' and more
This week: A Golden State-themed makeover of a Shakespearean fantasy, an ancient Greek tragedy with a gospel twist, and a new adaptation of a classic French farce. Hellion Loop Five short thrillers by Shayne Eastin. Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre ...

LA Menus: A New Book Looks Back
"To Live and Dine in L.A." from author Josh Kun and Angel City Press looks back at our city's supping landscape. (Pictured: A detail from a Adams-Sheetz Drive Inn restaurant.) Updated at 9:12 PM PDT on Thursday, Jun 11, 2015. If you've ever been ...

Should Street Vending Be Legalized?
Legalizing street vending is a very controversial issue and a complicated one. There are an estimated 50,000 street vendors in the City of LA. Of those, some 10,000 sell food. On one side of the debate there are business people and others who don't ...

Family Home Flooded in 1 of 3 Separate LA Water Main Breaks
A family's home was flooded in one of three separate water main breaks overnight in the Los Angeles area. Gushing liquid flowed down the street and into the foundation and lower level of the house in the 3700 block of Effingham Place in Los Feliz after ...

Weekend: LA Pride, Supercute Festival, LA Film Fest & More
Ready for the big LA Pride parade? Be on Santa Monica Boulevard, alongside 400K other revelers, on Sunday, June 14. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images). Updated 2 hours ago. LA Pride: There's no wonder that the billing "one of the largest pride ...

'No Más Bebés' revives 1975 forced-sterilization lawsuit in LA
Waiting for an emergency cesarean section, Consuelo Hermosillo sat in pain on a gurney in the hallway of Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. At 23, Hermosillo was having her third child with her husband. But before she could be seen by the doctor, ...

USA Vs. Sweden: Women's World Cup Watch Parties In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CNS/FOX 11) - Viewing parties for Friday's United States-Sweden game in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup will be held at five locations in Los Angeles County and in Tustin in Orange County. RELATED | 2015 Women's World Cup ...

Book and Exhibition To Live and Dine in LA Explores LA History Through Food
What were elite Angelenos eating at Spago when it opened in 1982? What was served at the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce banquet in 1895? How were the tiki drinks made at the Tonga Lei in the '70s? Starting this weekend you can explore the many ...

ClassPass service hits 1-year mark with mixed reviews from studios
ClassPass, the startup that allows members to drop in on various workout studios for a flat monthly fee, hits its first anniversary in Los Angeles this month, and in that time it has managed to stamp a big footprint on the city's fitness scene. About ...

Great Reads: Yage, robots and wall-to-wall verdure
Hello. I'm Scott Kraft, deputy managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, filling in for our Column One editor Kari Howard, who is on vacation for a couple of weeks. Sign up to get the Great Reads newsletter. Here were some of my favorite Great Reads ...

Don't gravelscape LA
People are starting to panic about their lawns. The Metropolitan Water District is adding $350 million to its lawn removal rebate program and homeowners are scrambling to rip out grass and replace it with something easy and oh-so drought tolerant ...

Essential California: Shutting off farmers' taps
Good morning. It is Saturday, June 13. Here are some stories you don't want to miss this weekend: Curtailing water rights: Californians whose water rights date back to 1914 must stop pumping water from rivers and streams in the Central Valley. It's the ...

Frederic Fekkai details LA summer hairstyle trends
Celebrity hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai sits comfortably on the couch nestled on the second-floor balcony of his self-named West Hollywood salon. A canopy of lush, green trees just outside the building and clear sunshine sparkling throughout the space ...

A Play Cannot Compete With Its Amazing Setting — a Downtown LA Cathedral
Katharina Von Bora was a Cistercian nun who fled the convent and ended up married to Martin Luther. She bore him 6 children and adeptly managed their estate while he took on the business of revolutionizing Christian theology and with it, the whole of ...

Swiping right on Tinder is a big yes to possibilities, but it's also a yes to ...
Swiping right on Tinder is a big yes to possibilities, but it's also a yes to ...

LA Film Festival: 'Bridging the Divide' a timely look at Tom Bradley's legacy
During his groundbreaking 20-year mayorship of Los Angeles, Tom Bradley was known for his quiet resolve, some would even say his inscrutability. One of his nicknames, after all, was "the Sphinx of City Hall." lRelated LAFF 2015 aimed for diverse film ...

LA stage website causes a stir by asking theaters to buy reviews
The old adage, “you get what you pay for,” has acquired new meaning on the Los Angeles theater scene, where a busy stage website, Bitter Lemons, is making this offer to theaters: Send us $150 and we'll send you a reviewer. Bitter Lemons founder Colin ...

Children's Hospital Los Angeles Ranked No. 1 In California
n all, the hospital placed among the top 10 in an impressive seven specialties measured by the authoritative survey. “This is a first,” says Cordova, “and is reflective of the across-the-board excellence of our medical specialty care.” For the seventh ...

LA artists join with Afghan weavers to create unique rugs
In March, a group of six Los Angeles female artists journeyed to Afghanistan to meet with carpet weavers and learn about the intricacies of their craft. They traveled in armored vehicles to Kabul and to the central town of Bamian, and by the end of ...

Mystery novelist has a thing for gardeners and says LA ramen is best
The main character in many of Naomi Hirahara's mystery novels is a 70-something Japanese American gardener who sleuths about solving crimes in places like downtown Los Angeles' flower mart. The California section's Jason Song interrogated the author ...

Essential Arts & Culture: 'Smash' hit and a metalhead opera
I'm Kelly Scott, the arts and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times, here with some stories on our radar this week. Enter your email and click "Subscribe" to sign up. Charles Ray, big in Chicago. Los Angeles sculptor Charles Ray is the subject of a ...

Indie Focus: Diversity, discovery and the LA Film Fest. And lots of Lily Tomlin
Hello! I'm Mark Olsen, and welcome to this week's Indie Focus newsletter. Think of this as your field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. It's been a busy week here at Indie Focus HQ. And that's the way we like it, and hope you all do too. We're very ...

A gritty life for those on the edge
Over a century ago, the San Bernardino Women's Club transformed a swampy hobo enclave into Meadowbrook Park. It was meant to be an urban oasis in a growing town. In 2013 a $315-million courthouse opened on its edge. But the park is once again ...


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