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15 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week
Here are 15 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week. Check out other options in our July Guide, too. TUESDAY, JULY 5. VICELAND'S PARTY LEGENDS (Premiere) Viceland, Cinefamily, Supertight and Animation Breakdown present a sneak peak ...

DWP installs temporary sidewalk drinking fountains in skid row
The Department of Water and Power has installed drinking fountains at seven outdoor locations around L.A. County to help the homeless through the hot weather. They'll be removed in about a week. The Department of Water and Power has installed drinking ...

LA County voters to decide on parks tax, possible homeless tax in November
Los Angeles County officials voted Tuesday to ask voters to raise their property taxes to pay for park projects and to consider another funding measure to pay for homeless services. The parks measure would impose a 1.5-cent levy per square foot of ...

Community Rallies to Help Mexican Youth Team Stranded in LA
A baseball team from Mexico is stranded after their sponsors pulled out. After a plea on social media went viral, donations have been coming in. Lolita Lopez reports for NBC4 News on Tuesday, July 5, 2016. (Published Tuesday, July 5, 2016). A Mexican ...

L.A. shows a Mexico baseball team some heart
A teenage baseball team from central Mexico is in California for summer play. But their financial sponsor backed out at the last minute and left them stranded. By: Hal Eisner. Posted:Jul 05 2016 09:50PM PDT. Updated:Jul 05 2016 10:47PM PDT. Another ...

AB 1373 would allow more billboards in downtown Los Angeles
AB 1373 would allow advertisers to put up more billboards in downtown Los Angeles if passed. Embed. <iframe width="476" height="267" src="http://abc7.com/video/embed/?pid=1415156" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>. share; share; tweet ...

Essential California: The 'Holy Grail' for earthquake scientists gets destroyed
Good morning. It is Wednesday, July 6. A 300-pound robot is the new security guard at Uber's inspection lot in San Francisco. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Dangerous tactic. When undercover CHP officers shot at ...

Today: Case Closed for the Clinton Emails? A 'Successful' Military Test That Wasn't.
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. The Clinton Emails: Case Closed? “Extremely careless.” That is how the FBI's director described Hillary Clinton and her ...

Hermosa Beach's New Pier Party Space, a Princely Food Truck, and More
Stephane Bombet talks with Vice's Munchies about what it means to build a local restaurant empire that consists of some of the most popular new restaurants in town. In short: it's about more than just the food, with hospitality, personality, and ...

Some Jerks Claimed LA Is One Of The Rudest Cities
Come on, we're totally friendly. Just look at us! (Photo by Marc Evans via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr). Whenever one of these ranking-U.S.-cities things pop up, it seems like L.A. is always getting the short end of the stick. Just last ...

Former Megachurch and Pereira-Designed Complex in Echo Park Set to Be Razed
The Elysian tower, on the left side of the complex, is not part of the demolition. The face of Echo Park is certainly changing, but so far the redevelopment and increasing fanciness in the neighborhood hasn't hit the eastern edge of the neighborhood as ...

Los Angeles Rent Comparison: What $1850 Rents You in Los Angeles
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: $1,850. Grid View. 1 of 7. ↑ Barely on the ...

L.A. Gay Bars, Bathhouses Briefed on Terror Precautions
Owners and managers of places like The Abbey and Akbar were told to plan for the worst. By Neal Broverman. July 06 2016 7:16 PM EDT. The world changed on June 12, especially for places catering to LGBT patrons. Following the mass shooting at Pulse, ...

Los Angeles-area congressman is a target of a new anti-Trump ad campaign
California Republican Rep. Steve Knight is among the targets of a new ad campaign from national Democrats as they aim to tie presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to GOP lawmakers. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says ...

He took part in the student walkouts a decade ago. Now he teaches young people to take a stand
A decade ago, thousands of California high school students walked out of class to stand up for immigrant rights in one of the first mass protests propelled by social media. Roberto Rodriguez, now a 28-year-old teacher and father, says he tries to ...

Downtown L.A.'s 5-Year Rain Total Is Lowest Ever Recorded
L.A. Department of Water and Power employees prepare ground for a drought resistant garden outside DWP headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. With data in for the most recent rainy season, downtown has seen its lowest four-year rainfall total since ...

LA theater openings, July 10-17: 'Space' and more
This week: A dark comedy about a man released from a mental institution, the L.A. premiere of a musical inspired by a famous documentary, and the West Coast premiere of a musical adaptation of a beloved novel. All Shook Up Jukebox musical, with book by ...

The Lineup For This Year's LA Food Fest Looks Absolutely Incredible
This year's LA Food Fest promises to be a stark departure from the massive, sometimes hectic LA Street Food Festivals of years past. Those events, held primarily at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, helped define the early large-scale food festival scene in ...

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 want other options? Check out the July Guide, too. FRIDAY, JULY 8. INTO THE NIGHT: SUMMER SOULSTICE (Music) The Skirball Cultural ...

Alton Sterling, Philandro Castile deaths at hands of police prompt LA protest rally
File: Protesters gather in front of a mural painted on the wall of the convenience store where Alton Sterling was shot and killed, July 6, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Sterling was shot by a police officer in front of the Triple S Food Mart in Baton ...

This Vegas Food Blogger Really, Really Hates LA's Booming Dining Scene
A chunk of the West Coast fooderati have started to collectively snicker at one John Curtas, a native Las Vegas food and hospitality blogger who recently spent some time in Los Angeles. The crux of the collective chuckling is a post entitled To Live ...

Will LA's bike-share program take off?
They came, they saw, they grabbed a bike and went for a quick spin. All to mark Thursday's official launch of Los Angeles' bike-share program. The city and county are joining more than 850 other municipalities around the world to put feet to pedals ...

LA County office market heats up in second quarter
In April, Hasbro Inc. announced that it was ditching its old Burbank office for one about double the size in the city's media district as part of a major corporate expansion. The reason the Rhode Island toy maker decided to sign a nearly 80,000-square ...

LA plays it cool during a police standoff in Little Tokyo
Sunday night, I went with my kids to Little Tokyo to get sushi at a place we like. Because it's often hard to get seated at the restaurant, we timed it carefully, aiming to arrive no later than 7. These are the accommodations one makes in a city, the ...

Today: Sniper Attack in Dallas. Eyewitnesses, Everywhere.
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. Sniper Attack in Dallas. The demonstrators in Dallas were chanting, “Hands up, don't shoot” — words of protest that ...

Here's my advice for anyone trying to find love in Los Angeles: Just give up
I had given up. I was 38 years old, renting a guest house in Beverly Hills, and had tried for most of my adult life to meet the right guy. The final straw was a phone call with a potential suitor who admitted that he was married and believed in ...

Primo's Massive Doughnut Giveaway, The Fading Glory of Ports O' Call, and More
West LA doughnut legend Primo's Donuts is practically giving away the store tomorrow morning from 8 a.m. to noon, dishing out a free classic buttermilk doughnut to everyone who comes in. The reason? It's the shop's 60th anniversary, so they're giving ...

The Game, Snoop Dogg lead peaceful march to LAPD headquarters, where recruit graduation is underway
Rappers The Game and Snoop Dogg led a march downtown on Friday morning to LAPD's graduation. Rappers The Game and Snoop Dogg led a march downtown on Friday morning to LAPD's graduation. By Joseph Serna and Veronica Rocha ...

A look into 'use of force' training for LA law enforcement
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials give a closer look at the "use of force" by local law enforcement agencies as numbers show that city police shootings have decreased in the last year. (KABC). Embed. <iframe width="476" height="267" ...

LA lawmakers to hold Long Beach prayer meeting following week of shootings
Assemblyman Mike Gipson (D-Carson) and state Sen. Isadore Hall (D-Compton) will host a 5 p.m. prayer meeting in Long Beach for victims of this week's shootings across the U.S.. The Los Angeles-area lawmakers will join Pastor W. Todd Ervin Sr. in a ...


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