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Cyclists bare all in downtown LA for World Naked Bike Ride
Hundreds of nude cyclists peddled through downtown Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon as part of World Naked Bike Ride, an international grass-roots movement to promote positive body image. lRelated Trio of weekend homicides include shooting over ...

Spot one of LA's worst sidewalks? Show it off.
Does a severely broken sidewalk sit in front of your home? Have you tripped on a piece of sidewalk during your commute or a jog around the neighborhood? The L.A. Times would like to see your photos of the worst sidewalks in the city. Use the form below ...

On big art, beards and the beauty of M-3 zoning
Weird little dogs on short leashes barked. Edgy rock blared. Bean bags slammed hard onto street-art-covered cornhole boards. And there, in the vast repurposed industrial space that is Angel City Brewery, Tyler Stonebreaker sipped a Gold Line pilsner ...

Agency Marks National HIV Testing Day By Offering Free Screenings In ...
Agency Marks National HIV Testing Day By Offering Free Screenings In ...

Essential Arts and Culture: A Hallelujah chorus, a nun's story and energy ...
Essential Arts and Culture: A Hallelujah chorus, a nun's story and energy ...

If Boston stumbles in 2024 Olympics bid, LA could be asked to step in
Five months have passed since Boston defeated Los Angeles in a close race to represent the U.S. in bidding for the 2024 Summer Olympics. It has been a difficult stretch for organizers in the Massachusetts capital, who have faced persistent opposition ...

Diner patrons struggle to understand a regular's gruesome death
Each Sunday, Robert Hollis sent a text message to his friend Bridgette McDaniels, a waitress at Tal's Cafe, to let her know he'd be there right after church. By afternoon, the lanky 75-year-old would saunter into the small diner on Florence Avenue in ...

A former cop who killed shares lessons on deadly force
LOS ANGELES (AP) — David Klinger had a troubling premonition, even before he'd entered the Los Angeles Police Academy: He was going to become a police officer, and he was going to have to kill someone to save his partner. He dismissed the latter ...

LA council members look to tighten gun safety measures
Los Angeles lawmakers have been mulling new rules that would require residents to lock up their handguns or disable them with a trigger lock when they are not being used. But the plan, championed by Councilman Paul Krekorian as a way to spare children ...

Los Angeles News Group wins top LA Press Club Awards
LOS ANGELES >> The Los Angeles News Group's Frank Suraci and Beau Yarbrough were named print journalists of the year on Sunday night at the 57th annual Southern California Journalism Awards gala held by the Los Angeles Press Club at downtown's ...

Did Man Try To Run Girlfriend Over Before He Reportedly Crashed Into ...
Did Man Try To Run Girlfriend Over Before He Reportedly Crashed Into ...

Parks and LaBonge, on their way out, are a contrast in styles
Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard C. Parks marked the end of his legislative career miles from City Hall, clutching a jackhammer as it pulverized a broken sidewalk near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Parks managed to rip into the city bureaucracy ...

LA's NFL stadium riddle: Three teams, two plans, what to expect next
Almost six months ago, St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke announced plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood on the site of the old Hollywood Park racetrack. The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders responded with a competing plan of their own, ...

Essential California: Katy Perry vs. the nuns
Good morning. It is Monday, June 29. When two paddleboarders heard there were 10 great white sharks off the coast of Orange County, they did the only reasonable thing -- they got in the water to videotape the sharks. Here's what else is happening in ...

LA health workers fight lead poisoning in 'Promise Zone'
Chips and dust from old lead-based paint could poison young children, who are especially vulnerable to the lead toxin. Chloe Wright/flickr Creative Commons. 74192 full. Audio from this story. 0:47 Listen. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter ...

LA County DA Jackie Lacey to unveil details on wrongful-conviction unit
Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey will unveil details Monday about the creation of a unit dedicated to reviewing the integrity of convictions for people behind bars for serious or violent crimes. lRelated L.A. County D.A. to create unit to ...

Beer accessory of the day: REI growler
If you're a fan of craft beer and also enjoy the outdoors, you're all too aware of the problems inherent in camping — much less hiking — with full kegs. Hiking with a six pack of glass bottles isn't really a lot of fun either. Lucky for us all, REI ...

LA Group Pressured NBC to Dump Trump
Some of the pressure for NBC to cut ties with mogul Donald Trump came from the Pasadena-based National Hispanic Media Coalition. The group's CEO, Alex Nogales, met Friday with the network's entertainment chairman, Bob Greenblatt, and its ...

Bugged by a buckled LA sidewalk? Submit your photos to The Times
Los Angeles plans to spend nearly $1.4 billion over the next 30 years to repair its immense network of more than 10,000 miles of sidewalks. However, city officials do not know how many miles need repair, where all the damage is located and which spots ...

Labor Secretary Thomas Perez urges upgrades at LA and Long Beach ports
Four months after helping to resolve a long-running labor dispute that crippled traffic at West Coast ports, U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez was back in California to praise how quickly workers and management were able to clear enormous backlogs ...

DA creates unit to review claims of innocence
Drawing attention to mistakes of the past might seem like an incongruous goal for the district attorney's office. But Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey said her office's new conviction review unit will only improve its reputation for truth ...

Morrisseyoke Founder Alexis de la Rocha Goes Big With New Synth-Pop ...
Morrisseyoke Founder Alexis de la Rocha Goes Big With New Synth-Pop ...

Former Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker sworn in as US attorney
Former Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker was sworn in Monday as the U.S. attorney for the Central District of California. lRelated L.A. deputy mayor chosen to serve as U.S. attorney for the region · CALIFORNIA · L.A. deputy mayor chosen to serve ...

Stop punishing and start helping LA's homeless
No one likes seeing sidewalk encampments. In our experience, no one likes living in them either — if they have any other real choice. In Los Angeles, there are enough shelter beds for less than one-third of homeless people, the lowest percentage of ...

LA billionaire's healthcare firm NantHealth moves closer to an IPO
Southern California billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong said he plans to offer shares in his healthcare company to the public by the end of this year – fueled by a big investment from an electronic medical records firm. lRelated Aetna's rate hike excessive ...

Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break In Boyle Heights
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Crews Tuesday worked to repair a water main that ruptured in a residential neighborhood in Boyle Heights. According to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, crews were sent shortly after 1 a.m. to East 8th Street ...

One-Person Shows Are Too Stuck in Reality. Sometimes They Should Make ...
One-Person Shows Are Too Stuck in Reality. Sometimes They Should Make ...

Airline caterer sues Los Angeles over order to pay a 'living wage'
An airline catering company has sued the city of Los Angeles to challenge an order that the company pay a "living wage" to 271 of its employees, dating back to 2010. lRelated U.S. airports call for $75.7 billion in upgrades over the next four years ...

The Best Way to Explore Food in LA? Public Transit
“Who's never taken the bus in L.A. before?” Javier Cabral, aka The Glutser, asks through his mini portable microphone. He's standing in the back of Monterey Park's Tokyo Fried Chicken, in front of a restaurant full of people eating ponzu-drenched ...

Former LA city firefighter sentenced to 180 days in jail for assault
For a long time, Rebecca Stafford waited on two words. She thought they might take away her fear of the former Los Angeles city firefighter who punched her over and over outside his West Adams home in 2013. While she waited, she avoided the market in ...


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