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Los Angeles News 05/2016 (Page 8)



Where and what to eat for brunch in LA
Brunch in Los Angeles has never been better. Some of this city's best chefs, including Ari Taymor (Alma), Nancy Silverton (Mozza) and Michael Cimarusti (Providence, Connie and Ted's) have recently introduced brunch at their restaurants. Here's a short ...

LA Bringing Back Speed Bump Program Across City
Los Angeles is about to get a little bit bumpier. CBS2 reports that the city's "speed hump" program, on hold since its budget was slashed in 2009, will be coming back. The program started in 1994 and saw the installation of 3,700 traffic-calming bumps ...

Paris Radio, WATW, Ménage & Solomon King Release New Music Although LA's Still 'Kinda Like Nashville With a Tan'
I was dining with an actor pal Robb Salovich before seeing the workshop run of another actor-friend Raymond J. Barry. His very evocative play Foreclosure officially premieres in January 2017 at the Greenway Court Theatre. Robb and I are in a bar on ...

Tri Alliance's LA Pub Crawl
On May 20, Metro's Expo Line, which connects Culver City and Downtown by light rail, was expanded to include service to Santa Monica. Four years ago, Woodie Hamilton, who at the time was working as a community relations liaison between the Westside ...

LA will convert motel units to 500 apartments for homeless vets
The city of Los Angeles has approved a deal for nonprofit and private developers to convert “nuisance" motels into 500 permanent supportive apartments for homeless veterans. Officials called it a major step forward toward developing large-scale housing ...

Counter: Brunch, BBQ, ice cream
Welcome to your three-day Memorial Day weekend. How that happened, we're not entirely sure, but we'll take it. Which means it's the start of the summer season, more or less, and thus we've been thinking about where to eat brunch in Los Angeles ...

Opinion: No, we didn't need to nuke Japan to end World War II
President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speak with the Atomic Bomb Dome seen behind them at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan on Friday. President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speak with the Atomic ...

Essential California: Will the feds investigate maker of OxyContin?
Good morning. It is Saturday, May 28. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Calls for investigation: Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) is calling for an investigation into OxyContin's manufacturer after The Times reported that the ...

$10 an hour after 25 years of work? That's an outrage, readers say
Roberto Torres deserves a raise. That sums up most of the reader reaction to an article meant to convey the cross-cultural harmony on display at an Orange County restaurant where Torres, an immigrant from Mexico, worked his way up over 25 years from ...

No presidential candidates: Memorial Day's also holiday from campaigns in LA
Saturday is not only the first day of the Memorial Day weekend, it's also a holiday from the three presidential candidates seeking Southland votes. None of the three major hopefuls will be in the Los Angeles area, and only Bernie Sanders will still be ...

Police ask for help in finding hit-and-run driver who left two injured, one critically
Los Angeles police are asking for the public's help in locating the driver involved in a hit-and-run collision in the San Fernando Valley that injured two pedestrians, one critically. The incident occurred about 9:50 p.m. Friday when the suspect's dark ...

How mayor Eric Garcetti has elevated LA as a sports city
Eric Garcetti knows well the labyrinth of rules governing interaction with International Olympic Committee members. A slick way to pilfer some extra face-to-face when the largest gathering of Olympic officials in the U.S. since 1996 occurred in October ...

How I Made It: Eva Ho of Susa Ventures
The gig: Eva Ho, 44, is a general partner at Susa Ventures, a technology fund she started that invests mainly in data-focused start-ups. Susa raised $25 million as a seed fund in 2013 and is aiming to raise an additional $50 million. In March, she ...

Why I hate Waze
On a recent evening, caught in traffic on the way to Hollywood, my wife suggested we use Waze or Google Maps -- some app or another to help us work around the crush of cars and trucks that mired the macadam like a mud flow. This is the sort of ...

Video: This Is What Downtown LA Was Like In 1912
In the short film "Views of Los Angeles," 1912 L.A. looks a lot more bustling than you might expect from a city that was widely considered a "Wild West" town at that point, especially in comparison to East Coast metropoles. The crowded, hectic street ...

Woman Allegedly Bitten By Great White Shark Off Coast Of Corona Del Mar
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Authorities are reporting that at around 4:15pm, a swimmer was bitten by a shark just off the coast of Corona Del Mar. A rescue boat reached the woman in the water and transported her to safety. She was conscious and ...

LA to convert motel units to 500 apartments for homeless vets
LOS ANGELES — The city of Los Angeles has approved a deal for nonprofit and private developers to convert “nuisance” motels into 500 permanent supportive apartments for homeless veterans. Officials called it a major step forward toward developing ...

Spending by special interest groups reaches record levels to influence California legislative races
Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, a Democratic Assembly candidate from the small Northern California farming town of Winters, got a surprise when she bumped into a friend at a local coffee shop. “A friend said, 'Oh, I saw your commercial,' ” recalled Aguiar-Curry ...

Today: On Memorial Day, Politics as Unusual. The Zika Detectives.
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. Even on a Holiday, It's Politics as Unusual. This Memorial Day weekend saw Donald Trump hit it off at a biker rally in D ...

Los Angeles Vietnam veteran's memorial vandalized
A city worker walks past a memorial bearing the names of 2,273 soldiers counted as either prisoners of war or missing in action in Vietnam that vandals defaced days before the Memorial Day weekend in Venice, Calif., on May 29, 2016. Hundreds of ...

Essential California: Meet the Latinos supporting Trump in California
Good morning. It is Monday, May 30 — Memorial Day. Is this downtown L.A.'s cutest taco shack? Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Who is accountable? The contamination of up to 10,000 homes with lead from the Exide ...

Developers Should Pay More for Park Creation. But How Much?
DTLA - Downtown Los Angeles suffers from a severe shortage of park space. The opening of Grand Park in 2012 helped alleviate the inadequacy, and ongoing efforts to create community-gathering spots in the Arts District and Chinatown will be positive ...

The Essential LA Memorial Day Sales to Shop Today
This Memorial Day is filled with tons of awesome in-store sales, but which of them are the absolute best? We know that you realistically only have time to catch a handful of them before that pool party or picnic, so we've rounded up the 12 coolest ...

17 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week
Here are 17 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week. We'll be back later this week with our June Guide, too. MONDAY, MAY 30. VIVIANE ALL-DAY LUAU (Food ) Viviane Restaurant at the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills celebrates Memorial Day on ...

LA war memorial covered up after graffiti vandalism
Former U.S. Marine Jon Scudder, left, watches as a Metropolitan Transit Authority worker prepares to cover a vandalized Vietnam War Memorial in the Venice area of Los Angeles on Monday, May 30, 2016. The Los Angeles memorial honoring prisoners and ...

Photos: LA Street Artists Tackle Politics And Campaign Finance Reform
This small sculpture shows the "Education dollar," a motif Teachr has used for years in his street art campaigns in posters, stencils, and stickers. (All photos courtesy of Stone Malone Gallery). close ad ...

LA is converting 'nuisance' motels into 500 apartments for homeless vets
Los Angeles has just embarked on a plan that if successful, will take 500 military vets off the streets of the city. The L.A. Times is reporting that the city has just reached a deal for private and non-profit housing developers to purchase what they ...

Blueprint for Solving LA Lakers' Woes at Center and Wing
Los Angeles Lakers fans have good reason to be excited again, but the team still has major frontcourt holes to fill. Consider the situation: Kobe Bryant has retired, Roy Hibbert is unlikely to be re-signed (nor should he be) while Metta World Peace is ...

Today: Primary Concerns. In Compton, a Most Violent Year.
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. Primary Concerns. How important is winning the California primary one week from today? Bernie Sanders has been ...

Essential California: Why housing vouchers aren't helping LA's homeless
Good morning. It is Tuesday, May 31. Maybe it's time to get in the car and drive off into the desert like all these folks who are drawn to Joshua Tree. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. More homicides. Despite receiving ...


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