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Indie Focus: LA tales with 'Tangerine,' 'Decline' box and 'You Must Remember This'
Hello! I'm Mark Olsen, and welcome to your weekly field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. We are very excited about the new movie "Tangerine." We'll be screening it this Wednesday as part of our Indie Focus Screening Series, followed by a Q&A with ...

Essential Arts and Culture: Dealing with change -- come on, you can do it
I'm Kelly Scott arts and culture editor at the Los Angeles Times, and here are stories we pursued last week. Enter your email and click "Subscribe" to sign up. Leaving on a high note. “I'm not good with change,” people announce when confronted with the ...

Bad Week For Los Angeles Sports
With the baseball season in full swing, free agency starting for hockey and basketball this week was always going to be chock full of news for teams here in Los Angeles. By the end of the week it looked like this was probably the worst week in sports ...

2 Girls Visiting LA From Vietnam Reported Missing Left Tour Group On Their ...
2 Girls Visiting LA From Vietnam Reported Missing Left Tour Group On Their ...

Filling LA's new Broad museum is an art in itself
Joanne Heyler steps off the long escalator that runs through the belly and onto the third floor of the cavernous new Broad museum in downtown L.A. She sweeps her arm toward the gleaming white galleries. With heavy wooden crates containing art clustered ...

5 Every Week: Webcam art, hidden histories and LA Street Food Fest
Here are five great things you should do in Southern California this week, from art to food to music to an adventure we'll call the Wild Card from the makers of the 5 Every Day app. Get this as a new podcast in iTunes. If you want five hand-picked ...

Northern American's High-Desert Rock Doesn't Fit Into Any LA Scene — And ...
Northern American's High-Desert Rock Doesn't Fit Into Any LA Scene — And ...

Thanks, Tom LaBonge and Bernard Parks
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Last week, two remarkable and very different careers in public service came to an end. As they did, something has been lost in the city of Los Angeles. BE THE FIRST TO READ THE LATEST DOWNTOWN NEWS, FOOD AND ...

Essential California: Scientology's neon logo
Good morning. It is Monday, July 6. Good news for local comic book fans -- Comic-Con will remain in San Diego through 2018. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. Immigration holds. Like many major ...

Protesters: City Ordinance Discriminates Against The Homeless In LA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Activists Monday are expected to protest outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in response to a recently approved ordinance that discriminates against those who are homeless. Protesters said they will demand for Garcetti to ...

LA Street Food Fest Goes Beyond the Food Truck
The L.A. Street Food Fest brings a diverse swath of L.A. street food — not just from food trucks, carts, stands and pop-ups, but also from celebrity chefs and brick-and-mortar restaurants — to the Rose Bowl July 11. “We never considered ourselves a ...

This one simple trick can save LA taxpayers time and money
It's the kind of thing that winds up in late-night comedy monologues: The city of Los Angeles paid Wells Fargo Bank more than a half-million dollars to print checks … that the city was already printing itself. Of course the city controller is trying ...

Donald Trump Might Be Coming to L.A.
If you recently said that Mexican immigrants are criminals and "rapists," we wouldn't advise coming to Los Angeles. About one of every two people in the county is Latino, mostly of Mexican descent. We wouldn't suggest it even for our worst enemy. But a ...

LA police fatally shoot knife-wielding man at Sylmar home, find body inside
Los Angeles police fatally shot a knife-wielding man covered in blood Monday as he approached officers responding to an emergency call of a possible assault at a Sylmar home, an LAPD spokeswoman said. lRelated Hawaiian Gardens man ran from ...

A new beginning for MLK hospital and the community
For several decades, King/Drew hospital in South Los Angeles served one of the neediest parts of Los Angeles, treating patients who didn't have insurance or anywhere else to turn for care. Its opening in 1972 was viewed as a victory of the civil rights ...

Outfest Los Angeles explores a world of transgender experiences on film
Visibility of transgender men and women is at an all-time high thanks in large part to television: scripted shows like Netflix's "Sense8" and Amazon's "Transparent," along with reality series such as ABC Family's "Becoming Us" and Caitlyn Jenner's ...

Essential California: The problem on your teen's phone
It has been eight years since officials shut down the historic King/Drew Hospital in Willowbrook because of medical errors that led to patients' deaths. Today, it will reopen as the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital, significantly smaller than ...

US Women's National Team To Celebrate World Cup Title With Fans In LA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The entire 2015 U.S. Women's National Team will celebrate their World Cup title with fans on Tuesday in downtown Los Angeles. Fans are invited to attend the celebration at 11 a.m., located at L.A. LIVE's Microsoft Square, ...

Here's How Loud Your Neighborhood Is
When it comes to sounds of the city, L.A. is no New York. But we've got 'em, from freeway hum to barking pit bulls, from police helicopters to LAX jets. A new website, Howloud, lets you estimate just how deafening the sounds are in your particular ...

Ex-Angeleno Ben Gibbard Still Loves LA — But Not Those Star Tours Vans
In the four years since the release of Death Cab For Cutie's last album, the changes in frontman Ben Gibbard's life have had a profound impact on his music. First there was the well-publicized split from his ex-wife Zooey Deschanel in 2011. Then last ...

The myth of LA as a 'creatives' paradise -- and why loving the city means ...
The myth of LA as a 'creatives' paradise -- and why loving the city means ...

Latinos Victorious: Pro Golf Pulls Out of Trump's L.A. Course
The PGA was one of the last holdouts among major American brands that have ties to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. NBC Universal, Univision, Macy's, NASCAR and other concerns walked away from business deals with the real estate mogul ...

TV Pilots Spent $298 Million in LA During Yearly Development Cycle
Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis and Drama Actress A-List Tackle Race, Sexism, Aging in Hollywood · HBO's Real-Life Game of Thrones: The Fight to Stay Rich, on Top and Score Bill Simmons. by Gregg Kilday. 7/7/2015 3:15pm PDT. FilmL.A. reports that during ...

Eduardo Robles, 38
Eduardo Robles, a 38-year-old Latino, was shot and killed Monday, July 6 in the 4300 block of Eagle Street in East Los Angeles, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records. About 7:30 p.m., Robles was standing in the driveway of an apartment ...

Ed-tech start-ups envision LA as a hub for the growing sector
The Los Angeles tech scene has spawned numerous e-commerce websites, dating and messaging apps, and online video companies, but a growing contingent of start-ups wants the attention to shift to a new sector: educational technology. Better known as ...

Essential California: Jerry Brown's science mixes with religion
Heavy lobbying from the Roman Catholic Church in predominantly Latino districts torpedoed an aid-in-dying bill in the state Assembly. The bill, which had already passed through the state Senate, was modeled on an Oregon law that allows doctors to ...

L.A. Latinos Are Sharpening Their Pitchforks for Trump's Arrival
Donald Trump is scheduled to come to Los Angeles, home of nearly 5 million Latinos, on Friday. Given his June 16 remarks about Mexican immigrants—they're criminals and "rapists"— Trump coming to town would be like Jenny McCarthy visiting the National ...

Surge in LA crime in first 6 months ends more than decade of declines
For the first time in more than a decade, overall crime is up in Los Angeles through the first six months of the year, rising by about 12%, according to a Times analysis. The increase has continued despite the city's efforts to stem the crime surge ...

Gallant Played a Show for 10 People, But Two of Them Helped Launch His Career
When Chris Gallant arrived in Los Angeles in his car in the fall of 2013, he was not a happy dude. He was, in fact, straight-up depressed,. They say that New York chews you up and spits you out. Gallant had been spit across the country to L.A., a city ...

Why Is Crime Increasing in Los Angeles?
UPDATE at 5:10 p.m., Wednesday, July 8, 2015: A UCLA professor has a pretty interesting theory that could explain why crime is on the uptick. See it at the bottom. Crime is on the rise in Los Angeles again. After a 2014 that was the 12th straight year ...


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