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20 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week
There's a preview of The Museum of Broken Relationships at the Ace Hotel on Monday night. (Image: Courtesy of the Ace Hotel). Here are 20 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week. If you need additional suggestions, then check out our March ...

The Cheapest and Most Expensive LA Rental Neighborhoods Right Now
How's the Los Angeles rental market looking as we come out of this long, hot winter? Still dire, according to Zumper. Rents in March weren't too far past the rents in February, but year over year they've made huge jumps. Meanwhile, the city as a whole ...

New Billboard Wildly Claims LA is Greater Than St. Louis
Now that the Rams have returned to Los Angeles, leaving the city of St. Louis with an empty stadium and $144 million of debt, residents of the Gateway to the West probably aren't in the mood to hear about their city's inferiority. That, however, didn't ...

Metro bus crashes in South LA, sparking fire; 7 injured
A Metro bus was involved in a collision with three other vehicles in South Los Angeles on Monday night, sparking a car fire that spread to the public bus. The crash occurred at Western Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard shortly before 7 p.m ...

This week in LA tech: Three Day Rule lands funding, Snapchat snags encryption expert and Surf Air flies north
Three Day Rule Chief Executive Talia Goldstein, second from right, meets with colleagues at the Santa Monica headquarters of the matchmaking service. Three Day Rule Chief Executive Talia Goldstein, second from right, meets with colleagues at the Santa ...

Mom, teen daughter shot by gang members at Los Angeles bus stop
A mother was shot while defending her 16-year-old daughter from a group of alleged gang members flirting with the girl and her friend while waiting at a Los Angeles bus stop, authorities said. A car full of men stopped by the Pico Union bus stop at 11 ...

3 L.A. Rental Horror Stories
Los Angeles' low rental vacancy rate — it's less than 3 percent — has made this a landlord's market. Vying for a place to stay means multiple applications and visits to crowded open houses. Good luck if you don't have good credit, a clean rental ...

15 L.A. Neighborhoods for Renters Who've Been Priced or Pushed Out
Perhaps you can no longer afford the neighborhood where you now live. Or maybe you have the budget for a swank pad but can't seem to find one. Or it could be that you're simply sick of relying on your car and want to live near the train. If so, might ...

LA City Council backs 'fix and release' sidewalk repair plan
The Los Angeles City Council threw its support Tuesday behind a plan to fix broken and buckled sidewalks across the city, then gradually hand off responsibility for future repairs to property owners -- a idea known as “fix and release.” City attorneys ...

Get A Taste Of This LA-Inspired Pop-Up In A Barbershop Before It Heads To Europe
A celebrated Italian chef will host one last farewell pop-up in Los Angeles before taking his show on the road. Chef Walter El Nagar has hosted pop-up dinners known as Barbershop Ristorante around L.A. for the past several years, and this time he's ...

Treading a fine line, LA council considers ordinance to boost homeless sweeps
For nearly a year, Los Angeles has wrestled with how to curtail a sharp spike in street encampments while respecting homeless people's rights to hang on to personal property. Faced with the most unsheltered people in the country, and ratty shantytowns ...

Today: UC Squabble. The Real Patty Duke.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. California and the New Room for Millions. Are California students being hurt by the sharp increase of those from out of ...

Plugged In, L.A.'s Newest Global Bass Party, Is Popping Off at Union
“You want the party in the back,” says the bouncer at the front of the new Union nightclub. One up-down look at the attendees and he knows who belongs to the hip-hop birthday party taking place at the front of the club, and who belongs to Los Angeles ...

LA firefighter stable after crash knocks down power poles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Fire Department says a firefighter on a call suffered a medical emergency and lost control of the engine he was driving, resulting in a crash that knocked downed electrical wires and started a small blaze. Department ...

Armed suspect holds up armored truck in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police and the FBI are searching for an armed suspect who held up an armored truck outside a supermarket in the San Fernando Valley. Police say nobody was hurt in the heist in broad daylight Tuesday in front of the ...

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl dies at 70
Bill Rosendahl, a television talk show host who became the first openly gay man to serve on the Los Angeles City Council, has died. He was 70. Rosendahl died early Wednesday morning at his home in Mar Vista surrounded by friends and family after a ...

SEE IT: Infamous 'Murder House of Los Feliz' on market in Los Angeles after 50 years uninhabited
Southern California's cutthroat real estate market has a famous new listing — the Murder House of Los Feliz. The reportedly haunted mansion that's been frozen in time since a shocking 1959 murder-suicide is on the block for a staggering $2.75 million, ...

How to be a Successful Criminal in Los Angeles
Turns out there's a reason so many Michael Mann movies are set in Los Angeles—it's a city that offers fascinating opportunities for criminals and cops alike. Architecture writer Geoff Manaugh's new book, A Burglar's Guide to the City, details the ways ...

Today: CA Voters Reject a Wall. Undercover Videos' Origins.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. By 2-1, California Voters Say: No Wall. We've been rolling out findings from the latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times ...

Essential California: The snowpack and the drought
Good morning. It is Thursday, March 31. Firefighters and campus police came to the aid of ducklings who fell into a storm channel at Cal Poly Pomona. This video shows the rescue and the ducklings' reunion with mom. Here's what else is happening in the ...

LA leaders limit how much homeless people can keep on streets
Homeless people's belongings will be limited to what they can fit into a 60-gallon bin. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images. 110817 full. Audio from this story. 0:53 Listen. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook. The Los ...

LA is losing out on $41 million in taxes from AirBnB, study says
If property owners who rent out homes and apartments on the popular home-sharing site Airbnb were to pay taxes as hotels do, the city of Los Angeles would collect an extra $41 million each year. That is one of the conclusions of a study commissioned by ...

This Encino principal saved a cafeteria worker's life
Principal Movses Tarakhchyan saved cafeteria worker Elizabeth Vallejo on Leap Day after she suffered a heart attack at Hesby Oaks Leadership Charter school. Jay L. Clendenin /Los Angeles Times. Principal Movses Tarakhchyan saved cafeteria worker ...

LA theater openings, April 3-10: 'Dry Land,' 'Shelter' and more
This week: New dramas about abortion, immigration and mental-health issues, plus a multimedia work exploring our relationship with the environment. Latin History for Dummies Workshop production of John Leguizamo's new one-man show. La Jolla ...

Koreatown Pizza Waffles, Westlake Village's Craft Beer Obsession, and More A.M. Intel
LAist has details on popular Tokyo chain Mo-Mo Paradise, which recently landed an all-you-can-eat destination in the San Gabriel Valley. Rocking a sukiyaki menu that's apparently non-stop (until you give in, that is) the expanding brand plans to bring ...

Some LA Residents Now Only Allowed What Fits in a Trash Bin
In yet another revision of the controversial Municipal Code 56.11, which prevents people from leaving items unattended on public property, the City Council voted 13-1 Wednesday to on rules that allow homeless residents only as much as can fit inside a ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Q Pop Shop in DTLA welcomes back artist Konatsu and her Negora cats on Friday. (Image: Courtesy of the gallery). There's a mind-boggling number of great events happening in L.A. this weekend. Here are 20 of our favorites. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. KONATSU ...

Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $1150 Rents in LA
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. Our friends at Zumper have helped us out with five listings within $100 of today's price: $1,150. Grid View. ↑ This studio apartment is ...


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