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What You Need To Know About This Year's LA Food Fest
LA Food Fest is set for July 8-10 at Exposition Park. There will be over 100 vendors peddling all manner of tasty eats and drinks, and festival organizers are advising guests wear their stretchiest pants. Apart from a huge list of food trucks and ...

Nation's biggest healthcare fraud probe nets 301 people, including 22 in Southern California
Several doctors, a psychiatrist and a pharmacist were among 22 people in Southern California charged as part of a nationwide investigation into federal healthcare fraud schemes that frequently targeted military families and cost taxpayers hundreds of ...

Call 2 Worship – June 23
Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP hosts the ACT-SO Showcase Fundraiser on June 25, at 1 p.m., at Ward AME Church, 1175 West 25th Street in Los Angeles. The program celebrates the academic achievements of local high school students. The ticket ...

Proposed 'green' music festival stirs environmental skirmish
A proposal to stage “the world's greenest music festival” in the San Fernando Valley's Sepulveda Dam Basin has left local environmentalists at odds, pitting activist against activist in a dispute over the future stability of the urban oasis ...

Here's how to enjoy the 2016 BET Experience for about $200
Now in its fourth year, the BET Experience hasn't slowed its ambitions to be the preeminent celebration of black music. There are four days of action across multiple venues at downtown's L.A. Live. Among a heaping of free and ticketed events, we ...

Could driverless cars and the Hyperloop make LA's multibillion-dollar transportation plan obsolete?
How will people get around Los Angeles in 2066? The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority envisions a future that looks a lot like the present: commuters on light rail lines, subways, buses, freeways and carpool lanes. But what about ...

LA May Reduce The Ridiculous Cost Of Parking Tickets
It's happened to all of us. You're walking out to your vehicle early on a weekday morning when you notice a little piece of paper, encased in an envelope addressed to the Los Angeles Parking Violations Bureau, slipped beneath your windshield wiper. It ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Here are 20 of our favorite events happening right here in L.A. this weekend. Think we missed something or you just want other options? Check out LAist's June Guide, too. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. DEGREES OF PERFECT (Street art + engineering) Spaceland ...

LA takes step toward new rules on short-term rentals
Los Angeles is one step closer to imposing new rules on Airbnb and other websites that advertise rooms — or whole homes — for short stays, including limiting the number of days places may be offered and penalizing platforms that fail to provide key ...

Chinese developer teams up on big North Hollywood mixed-use project
A joint venture that includes a prominent Chinese developer is looking to redevelop nearly 16 acres surrounding the North Hollywood Red Line station, an ambitious plan that could include retail shops, offices and more than 1,000 residential units. The ...

Essential California: Will LA tax its way out of congestion?
Good morning. It is Friday, June 24. In these new PSAs from Metro, Safetyville turns out to be a pretty dangerous place for stick figures. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Transit tax. Los Angeles transit officials voted ...

9 Things To Do On The Fourth Of July In Los Angeles
Hey, Angelenos, are you surviving out there in this unfathomable heat? I'm sitting directly in the path of my box air conditioning unit, and I swear to you, it's 85 degrees on this couch. So, in light of the fact that we're all melting, what are the ...

SEE IT: Take a trip down a terrifying slide outside LA skyscraper
LOS ANGELES — I've jumped out of a plane from 13,000 feet. I've ridden 400-foot-tall roller coasters that top speeds of 100 mph, and I once found myself using my fingernails to clutch the side of a rock face way too steep to climb without gear ...

Sotto's Secret Weapon, LA's Most Beautiful Dessert, and Norah Launches Brunch
Sotto continues to profile the folks who don't always get the attention they deserve, this time talking about dishwasher Laureano. He seems a fascinating guy from Oaxaca. He also, apparently, brings in chapulines to share with the whole crew, and they ...

Five Things to Know About Gwen, LA's Boldest New Summer Arrival
There's a lot to be excited about with Gwen, chef Curtis Stone's upcoming dining masterpiece in Hollywood. The long-gestating project is finally nearing its opening date — reservations on Tock are currently available — and is slowly starting to let ...

LA voters to decide this fall whether to overhaul how the DWP is run
Los Angeles voters will face yet another decision this fall at the polls: Whether to revamp the way that the Department of Water and Power is governed. The City Council voted Friday to add the proposal to the growing list of issues jostling for ...

Garcetti panel revokes building permits over illegal tree chopping
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works moved Friday to punish a developer that illegally cut down three trees in Brentwood, saying the move would send a message to property owners about flouting the city's urban forestry rules. The panel, made up of ...

LA City Council Hopes To Offer Help To 8000 People Living In Their Vehicles
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — More and more people are using their vehicles for their residences. CBS2's Dave Lopez reported from one neighborhood where residents say the situation has gotten out of hand. “We're just trying to survive; we're just trying ...

Outdoor glass slide opens atop LA skyscraper
Los Angeles (CNN) Never mind taking the elevator if you're at the top of the colossal U.S. Bank Tower in Los Angeles -- at least for part of the way down. Starting Saturday, visitors can coast down the SkySlide, a chute made of glass and affixed to the ...

This Week in Review US
DEMOCRATS in the House of Representatives led a sit-in for 24 hours starting Wednesday morning, June 22, in an attempt to pass stricter gun-control legislation. The event was sparked by Democrats who insisted on voting before Congress' weeklong ...

Bad Drivers In Los Angeles? It's Not Your Imagination; New Study Says We Truly Stink
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Has a day gone by when you haven't reached your destination and not complained about someone who did something illegal, strange, horrific … on the road? According to a new study, you are not alone. A new survey of ...

Bill that would allow giant digital billboards in downtown LA draws heat
State lawmakers have resurrected a controversial bill that could allow developers to erect several giant electronic billboards around the $1-billion Metropolis high-rise project in downtown Los Angeles. The measure by Assemblyman Miguel Santiago (D-Los ...

Datebook: Portraits of adolescents, retyping famous books, an LA painter at 90
A photographer takes on teen girls. A performance artist rewrites famous novels. And a longtime Los Angeles artist shows that creativity still flows at 90. Plus: A show about boundary-pushing prints and a screening about labor in Tijuana. Here are five ...

Videos show how deadly Erskine fire exploded into inferno
A trailer is engulfed by flames, on South Kelso Valley Road, in Weldon, Calif. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times). By Ruben Vives and Joseph Serna. Wildfires. The fire that has burned more than 100 homes spread with lightning speed Thursday night, fueled ...

Here's Where LA Renters Are Looking to Move These Days
Summer is here and many Los Angeles renters are on the hunt for new digs (preferably with air conditioning). According to online rental service RadPad, apartment searches nationwide spike between June and August, and LA is no exception. So, what ...

110 Freeway Closed Due to Police Activity in Downtown LA
Traffic was backed up on both sides of the 110 Freeway in the downtown LA area after a suspicious package shut down all lanes on Saturday, June 25, 2016. North and southbound lanes were closed in the downtown Los Angeles area Saturday afternoon ...

Hoffarth: Getting to the heart of the heckle, and if a field guide can inspire L.A.'s next great sports loudmouth
Ringing her cowbell, whacking a frying pan with an iron ladle, screaming at the top of her lungs, she was embraced by the Dodgers as their Ebbets Field Brooklyn-born superfan in the 1920s and '30s when “Wait'll Next Year” was the rally cry. Kind of ...

Feline fanciers on the prowl at CatConLA's sophomore outing
The line of people waiting to enter CatConLA had wrapped around the corner by 10:15 a.m. Saturday, and few attendees were without cat-inspired attire – from simple cat ears to complete costumes. Two floors of the Reef, a downtown exhibition space, were ...

Three things to know about how LA schools are using your money
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Unified School District approved $7.6 billion in spending for the upcoming fiscal year. But where does that money go, and who decides how to spend it? Here are a few things to know about the 2016-17 budget. 1. Most of the ...

Midcentury in the Hills of La Cañada Asks $1.895 Million
This graceful post and beam was designed in 1963 by LA-based architect Stanley R. Gould as his personal residence. Gould operated a firm with partner Winchton Risley, and the two designed many of the buildings on the UC San Diego Campus. Gould also ...


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