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Los Angeles News 10/2015 (Page 8)



How Silver Lake Became L.A.'s Most Competitive Housing Market
Moby was photographed outside Little Pine (he likens its building to "a 1930s version of an Albert Speer spaceship ocean liner") on Oct. 13. Photographed by Spencer Lowell. Facebook Twitter Email Print Comment ...

Cityfox brings high standards (and high prices) to downtown LA's techno scene
At one end of downtown L.A. on Saturday night, well-wishers said goodbye to the 6th Street bridge, whose fetching metal arches and dystopic views are beloved by music video directors and after-hours partygoers alike. At the other end, a different kind ...

'Hopscotch,' dubbed the 'asphalt opera,' hits the streets of LA
"Hopscotch" will be performed three times daily on weekends Oct. 31 to Nov. 15. Artistic director Yuval Sharon and production designer Jason H. Thompson have dreamed up an idea so far-fetched, the main production question has simply been "Is this ...

LA supervisors to question probation chief about alleged relationship with aide
Jerry Powers, chief of the L.A. County Probation Department, is alleged to have had an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate. Above, he appears before the county Board of Supervisors in 2013. Jerry Powers, chief of the L.A. County Probation ...

Los Angeles provides haunted attractions
With Halloween around the corner, the best way to get festive is to get scared. Though theaters are chock-full of horror films, another surefire strategy to find thrills is to go to haunted houses. Sprawled across Los Angeles, haunted experiences range ...

Which housing plan? LA County supervisors debate proposals for more low-cost homes
L.A. County Supervisors Sheila Kuehl and Mark Ridley-Thomas want to set up a fund for affordable housing that would initially be $20 million a year, annually increasing to $100 million over the next five years. Above, a homeless encampment in downtown ...

LA City Council To Vote On Motion To Safely Store Handguns Within Homes
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles City Council will vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would require firearms to be stored safely. Under the motion, handguns would need to be disabled, locked in a container and kept on the owner's person or ...

LA to require that stored handguns be locked up or disabled
Los Angeles lawmakers voted unanimously Tuesday to pass a new law requiring Angelenos to lock up or disable their handguns at home if they aren't close at hand. In an impassioned speech before the vote, City Councilman Paul Krekorian argued that the ...

We're updating our Los Angeles area farmers market list. Want to help?
Los Angeles can be a fantastic place to live, lest you forget, even at this time year, when it's too hot out and there's that traffic, and so many of us dream of snow. Especially this time of year, really, when you can find farmers markets all over ...

All aglow over the 6th Street Bridge
Last Saturday, Alon Goldsmith attended the 6th Street Bridge's Farewell Festival, at which hundreds gathered to mark the closing of the 3,500-foot concrete bridge that connects downtown L.A.'s Arts District with Boyle Heights. (The iconic L.A. landmark ...

Charges filed against LA rapper who allegedly flashed gun in video
This video footage, posted on social media, begins with a Los Angeles police officer getting out of his patrol car, followed by a shot of a handgun held by a person watching the officer. (CBS Los Angeles). This video footage, posted on social media ...

Kings Get 6th Straight Win With 4-1 Victory In Winnipeg
LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 16: Jonathan Quick #32 of the Los Angeles Kings makes a save during the game against the Minnesota Wild at Staples Center on October 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (credit: Harry How/Getty Images). 2. WINNIPEG ...

In shoemaker's quest to move out of his van, even a waiting list is out of reach
Rafael Lopez runs a shoe-repair business out of one van and lives in another. Rafael Lopez runs a shoe-repair business out of one van and lives in another. (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times). Steve LopezContact Reporter. My wife's shoes didn't look ...

Essential California: Housing costs spin out of control
Good morning. It is Wednesday, Oct. 28. UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen had a good thing going when he set up a hot tub in his dorm room. Sadly, the university made him take it down after pictures surfaced on social media. Here's what else is happening in ...

LA's affordable housing problems demand tough choices, now
Downtown Los Angeles can be seen from the Boyle Hotel (right) on Friday, Sept. 18. The hotel is now an affordable housing building. Downtown Los Angeles can be seen from the Boyle Hotel (right) on Friday, Sept. 18. The hotel is now an affordable ...

Homicide Detectives Investigate Death Of 85-Year-Old Man In Lake LA
LAKE LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Homicide detectives continued to investigate the death of an 85-year-old man on Wednesday. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, deputies were sent around 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday to the 41300 ...

LA lawmakers want to bar new pot shops from signing up to pay taxes
Los Angeles lawmakers want to stop letting new medical marijuana shops sign up to pay city taxes because they say there is no way they could be legal under restrictions approved by voters more than two years ago. “We shouldn't be making money off of ...

Chatsworth girls volleyball sweeps Eagle Rock
An award show that will honor the best prep athletes in Southern California at the end-of-the-school-year. For more information, visit socalpreplegends.com, where you can also vote for the SoCal Athletes of the Week and Play of the Week. Follow SoCal ...

San Diego Fans Heated Over Chargers' Possible Move To LA
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Hundreds of Chargers fans gathered in downtown San Diego on Wednesday night to sound off on the plan to move the team from San Diego to Los Angeles. The NFL hosted the forum in San Diego as part of its standard ...

Trying to get the LA Coliseum to make some noise
Elizabeth Valmont, an acoustical consultant, and university architect Jon Soffa, attend a USC football game this month at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Elizabeth Valmont, an acoustical consultant, and university architect Jon Soffa, attend a USC ...

How other teachers might have handled the texting South Carolina teen
Jefferson High School students on Aug. 18, the first day of school this year. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times). Jason Song and Howard BlumeContact Reporters. Before teachers even open a textbook, the subject of classroom rules is typically the first ...

18 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
The annual pop culture convention Stan Lee's Comikaze is a costume lover's paradise — you can come dressed for Halloween or check out the exhibit hall to find those last-minute odds and ends to complete your look. On Friday, hit up a cosplay panel for ...

Powerful Santa Ana winds topple trees, spark transformer explosion
Strong, gusty winds that hit the Southern California area early Thursday were being blamed for toppling trees that left cars damaged in one South Los Angeles neighborhood. Strong, gusty winds that hit the Southern California area early Thursday were ...

Mystery deepens over deaths of two women found in Montecito Heights park
Police officers oversee the crime scene where the bodies of two women were discovered at the south edge of Ernest E. Debs Regional Park in Montecito Heights. Police officers oversee the crime scene where the bodies of two women were discovered at the ...

LA theater openings, Nov. 1-8: 'Prairie-Oke!' and more
Breaking Through A singer-songwriter tries to make her way in the music biz in this world-premiere musical; with Alison Luff. The Pasadena Playhouse, 39 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena. Sun., 5 p.m.; Tue.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 2 and 8 p.m.; next Sun., 2 and ...

Sidewalk vendors sue LA, say city seized their carts and belongings
Aureliano Santiago, a street vendor, center, answers questions from reporters during a news conference outside of L.A. police headquarters. Street vendors and their allies are suing Los Angeles in federal court over the alleged seizure of their carts ...

9 Creepy Places In Los Angeles
The Sowden House in Los Feliz is one of Los Angeles' most beautiful, but it also my have been where one of the city's most brutal and notorious crimes took place. The Sowden House was built in 1926 and designed by Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd ...

Fire engulfs South LA recycling center yard
Flames tore through the yard at a recycling center near Slauson and Western avenues in South Los Anglees. Flames tore through the yard at a recycling center near Slauson and Western avenues in South Los Anglees. (KTLA-TV). Matt HamiltonContact ...

Can the 'worst kid ever' survive probation camp and thrive?
On her first day of freedom after a year locked up in Camp Scott, teenager Stephanie Valdivia headed straight to San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills. She began crying as soon as she turned the corner and saw her grandfather's name etched on ...

Today: When Botox Meets Viagra. The Olympic Wringer.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Subscribe to the newsletter. TOP STORIES. When Botox Meets Viagra. It's been a busy year for consolidation in the U.S. healthcare industry. It ...


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