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Everything you need to know about the LA Smorgasburg, including what to eat when it opens
The next great place to eat in L.A. may actually include all of the following: banh mi, rice porridge, tacos, ice cream, Thai food, sandwiches, doughnuts, bagels, mozzarella sticks and ramen burgers. It's a large outdoor market called Smorgasburg ...

Overturned big rig jams traffic on 10, 110 freeway transition for hours
The 10 and 110 freeways transition near downtown Los Angeles reopened Thursday morning after a big rig overturned and triggered an hours-long closure. The east and westbound 10 Freeway transition to the southbound 110 Freeway closed after about 1 ...

Los Angeles says goodbye to Sports Arena with anthem, champagne
LOS ANGELES -- The dump will jump no more. The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, the building Bruce Springsteen affectionately dubbed "the dump that jumps," was sent off with one last national anthem and a champagne toast from city leaders on ...

Charges dismissed against Black Lives Matter protesters who blocked LA freeway
Charges were dismissed Thursday against a group of demonstrators accused of blocking the 101 Freeway during a 2014 protest against the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., part of a series of Los Angeles demonstrations that drew national ...

Los Angeles Dogs Didn't Bite as Many Postal Workers in 2015
Good news for Southern California postal workers: Los Angeles is no longer the dog bite capital of the nation. In rankings released Wednesday by USPS, Houston retook the top spot on the list of cities with the most canine attacks on postal workers ...

Danny Trejo speaks out following LA school violence
LOS ANGELES – Danny Trejo has voiced his support for students following a brawl at a Los Angeles high school. KNBC-TV reports video of the Monday fight at Sylmar High School shows some 40 students involved. It took a dozen officers to get things under ...

Essential California: Tech mogul's $200-million bet on cancer research
Good morning. It is Friday, May 13. If you're taking public transit in L.A., your train is likely to be on time but your bus probably won't be. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Major donation. Tech billionaire Larry ...

LA city attorney shuts down second pot delivery service
The Los Angeles city attorney's office Friday announced another legal victory in its fight to stop companies from delivering marijuana. City prosecutors have shut down the Los Angeles operations of Speed Weed, a popular pot delivery company that served ...

LA City Council reverses decision that could have brought 250 apartments to Cahuenga Pass
The Los Angeles City Council Friday reversed a decision that could have allowed hundreds of apartments to be built along the Cahuenga Pass, to the chagrin of a local landowner seeking more than $30 million in damages from the city. Ben Forat had ...

All LA Farmers Markets Will Be Required To Accept EBT
The City Council voted Friday to require all L.A. farmers markets to accept CalFresh/EBT as a form of payment, increasing access to healthy food for low-income Angelenos across the city. The unanimous vote is being hailed by community groups as a ...

LA bakery owners ordered to pay $15.3 million for abuse of workers on visas
The owners of the now-shuttered L'Amande French Bakery that operated in Beverly Hills and Torrance have been ordered to pay nearly $15.3 million in damages for exploiting 11 Filipino workers. U.S. District Judge Fernando Olguin on May 2 granted a ...

Space shuttle external tank, en route to LA, plays role in sea rescue off Baja coast
For a space shuttle tank that never flew, the orange giant called ET-94 has some tales to tell. It was poked and prodded and its foam dissected during the investigation into the space shuttle Columbia disaster. It survived Hurricane Katrina at a NASA ...

Take A Peek At The Impressive Food Lineup For 'Smorgasburg' Market Opening In LA
A ridiculously popular Brooklyn-born pop-up market set to open downtown next month will offer an huge lineup of food vendors from L.A. and New York. The massive outdoor market, known as "Smorgasburg," will open at L.A.'s sprawling Alameda Produce ...

Study finds toxic metals in Los Angeles homes near gas leak
FILE - In this Jan. 16, 2016, file photo, protestors wearing gas masks, attend a hearing over a gas leak at the southern California Gas Company's Aliso Canyon Storage Facility near the Porter Ranch section of Los Angeles. Public health officials say ...

Cover your ears: Coastal Commissioner Martha McClure's on the phone
I have been called names so many times, I lost count long ago. I have been cussed out by the sharpest tongues in the East and the best in the West. All part of the job. But nothing compares — or even comes close — to the jet stream of undiluted ...

Essential California: When it comes to the Expo Line, will LA mass transit be stuck in park?
It's Saturday May 14. Here's what's going on around California: TOP STORIES. Numbers cruncher: Gov. Jerry Brown's revised budget confirms a noticeable erosion in state revenues compared to estimates from January. Overall, tax receipts are now expected ...

Facebook's new Playa Vista office is designed to lure celebrities to live stream
With its proximity to creative agencies and celebrities, Los Angeles has emerged as a key market for Facebook's advertising business and pop culture cachet. But space was tight in its Playa Vista offices. When R&B star Miguel visited recently to stream ...

AT&T worker found dead after dangling upside down from utility pole
An AT&T worker was declared dead after he was found unconscious on high-tension lines in the San Fernando Valley on Friday afternoon, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Investigators suspect the man suffered a medical emergency, but have not ruled ...

Vista L.A.
From rock 'n' roll band Minor Strut, and the Imagination Foundation inspired by Caine's Cardboard Arcade, to Lil' Libros made for bilingual families and Baby Boy Bakery geared to get families to create memories in the kitchen together, you'll find some ...

Obama to honor LAPD cop for fiery rescue on 405
A Los Angeles officer who pulled a driver from a burning vehicle on the 405 will receive the Medal of Valor from President Obama on Monday. (KABC). Embed. <iframe width="476" height="267" src="http://abc7.com/video/embed/?pid=1339195" ...

Urban Foraging: Unearthing The Wildcrafted Flavors Of Los Angeles
Known for freeways more than forests, Los Angeles isn't the first place one thinks of when it comes to foraging for food in the wilderness. But for Pascal Baudar, the city is a treasure trove of hundreds of varieties of wild plants and insects that he ...

How I Made It: Jaclyn Johnson of Create & Cultivate
The gig: Jaclyn Johnson, 31, is founder and chief executive of Create & Cultivate, an online platform and conference series geared toward women entrepreneurs in the digital world. She is also the founder and CEO of No Subject, a digital marketing and ...

CicLAvia Hits Southeast LA for First Time
The latest installment of L.A.'s sporadic break with the automobile returns Sunday to take over the streets of Southeast Los Angeles. CicLAvia, billed as the nation's largest open-street festival, will feature a 10-mile route through Huntington Park ...

Pilot dead after small plane crashes near Mt. Wilson
A pilot was found dead amid the wreckage of a plane that disappeared Sunday from radar while flying in foggy conditions near the Angeles National Forest and later crashed in foothills near Mt. Wilson, authorities said. The Cessna 182 was en route to ...

How LA can improve its return on our multibillion-dollar transit investment
Metro's light rail Gold Line expanded east in March, and in a matter of days, its Expo line will link Culver City and Santa Monica, finishing a long-sought rail line between the beach and downtown L.A. Next up, rail through the Crenshaw district, a ...

Chatting With Los Angeles' Master of Movement
DTLA - When Seleta Reynolds graduated from Brown University in 1998, she had an American history degree but no clue as to a career path. Get DTLA stories in our daily email newsletter. She took on an internship with the city of Oakland, thinking it ...

We Ask Again: Are LA's Elected Officials Capable of Leading the Fight Against Homelessness?
DTLA - Some city officials and other local leaders were in spin mode earlier this month, pointing to a decrease in the number of homeless veterans and homeless families in Los Angeles County, and touting the creation of comprehensive strategic plans to ...

Italian-Americans unearthing lost history of LA's Little Italy
The Mastro family's Italian Market was located on Ord and Broadway in Los Angeles. Once the heart of Little Italy, the area is now the center of Los Angeles' Chinatown. Pictured are Joe Mastro, center, with son, Vito, and daughter, Mary. Courtesy of ...

How Los Angeles Artisans Connect to Their Mexican Roots
Matt Stromberg is a freelance visual arts writer based in Los Angeles. In addition to Artbound, he is a contributor to Hyperallergic, Daily Serving, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, and Artsy. Born and raised in New York City, he lived in San ...

Your questions answered: Buying tickets to see the Rams in Los Angeles this season
Soon after the Rams got the green light to return to Los Angeles, they began a campaign in which fans put down a $100 deposit to get in line for season tickets. Now, the franchise is moving on to the next stage, selling those seats at the Coliseum for ...


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