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For many cops in LA, the Dallas sniper attack was 'worst nightmare'
The first call of the night: a fight at a Compton apartment complex with a machete, maybe a handgun. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Kearns, 36, knew these apartments. Deputies had previously gone there several times looking for a man with a ...

How a camera, a blog and Eastside Luv led Rafael Cardenas to capture the art of everyday LA life
Rafael Cardenas didn't set out to be a photographer. For a time, he worked as a paralegal. Then he worked at a doctor's office. There were other gigs in between. But since he was a kid, he has carried a camera — be it a pocket-sized Kodak 110 or an ...

Essential California: Police here feel the aftershocks of Dallas attack
Good morning. It is Saturday, July 9. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Dallas massacre aftershocks: The killing of five Dallas police officers has some Southern California law enforcement officials worried about their ...

My Favorite Room: Napoleon Perdis will miss lounging above LA
Leaving Los Angeles has been hard for makeup mogul Napoleon Perdis. The entrepreneur, who was raised by Greek immigrants in Australia, spent more than a decade in California before deciding last year to move to Europe. He closed his flagship Beverly ...

Debate brews over proposed Southwest LA skyscraper
Signs of gentrification have been popping up in Los Angeles neighborhoods south of the Santa Monica Freeway for several years now. But what developers want to do at the intersection of La Cienega and Jefferson boulevards would be dramatic even by the ...

Art world A-listers celebrate the woman who brought them together — and helped put LA on the art map
Artist Tony Berlant surveyed the sunken, Spanish-style living room, teary eyed and sparking with memories. A sampling of the Los Angeles art world's elder statesmen — Gemini G.E.L.'s Sidney Felsen, former gallerist Margo Leavin, philanthropist Eli ...

ICYMI: Meet Your Newest Los Angeles Dodger, Andrew Toles
Welcome to Union Station. (Photo by Robert Koo via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr. Tag #LAist on Instagram if you want to see your photo featured here). Follow LAist on Twitter, on Instagram, and like us on Facebook. You can also see what T ...

Protesters block entrances to Bay Bridge, march in Beverly Hills, LA and other locations
Protests over police violence continued Saturday across California, ranging from small events in Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles to a larger one in the Bay Area. Several hundred protesters took to the streets of San Francisco, blocking several ...

Brush fire forces 2000 to evacuate north of Los Angeles
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. -- A fast-moving brush fire sent about 2,000 people fleeing from their homes in the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains north of Los Angeles on Sunday. The blaze broke out in the Stevenson Ranch area of the Santa Clarita ...

Only On 9: Classmates Of Fallen Dallas Officer Honor Him During Class Reunion Saturday
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — One of the five Dallas police officer's slain Thursday evening attended high school in southern California. Lorne Ahrens graduated Bishop Alemany in Mission Hills 30 years ago. At a reunion Saturday at the Hotel Angeleno, ...

The Scoop on the Star-Studded Beautycon LA
Beautycon Festival LA was pretty much the best day ever for thousands of makeup-obsessed locals who can appreciate a good highlight, fleeked brows and samples galore. Now in its fourth year, the popular event gave guests the opportunity to take ...

Inside an LA OxyContin ring that pushed more than 1 million pills. What the drugmaker knew
In the waning days of summer in 2008, a convicted felon and his business partner leased office space on a seedy block near MacArthur Park. They set up a waiting room, hired an elderly physician and gave the place a name that sounded like an ordinary ...

How LA Food Fest is trying to become the world's first zero waste tasting event
Food festivals are a great opportunity to shovel as many bite-sized portions of obscure delicacies into your mouth as you can. But the dirty little secret of these events – or maybe it's not such a secret — is the amount of waste they produce. "Any ...

Families Of Fallen Los Angeles Officers Gather In Long Beach
LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — The families of Los Angeles officers who have died in the line of duty gathered in Long Beach Sunday for an event aimed at offering support. “It's sad how people bash the police because not everyone is bad,” said Jalen Lee, ...

Man dies after confrontation with Anaheim police
An Anaheim man who had been in a coma since a confrontation with police officers a week ago died Sunday, his family's lawyer said. Fermin Vincent Valenzuela II died at West Anaheim Medical Center, said the attorney, Garo Mardirossian. A cause of death ...

A colorful vision for the 2 Freeway spur, remade as elevated park
There are two ways you can look at the long spur of the 2 Freeway as it runs south from the 5 Freeway and descends into Silver Lake and Echo Park. You can see it as the abandoned beginning of a long-planned connection between the 5 and the 101, ...

Essential California: Inside an LA OxyContin ring
Good morning. It is Monday, July 11. Here's what is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES. Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring. A doctor at a clinic near MacArthur Park prescribed tens of thousands of OxyContin pills each month. The prescriptions were ...

Los Angeles Looks for Extra Water Down Its Alleys
Why Do More Black Women Die of Breast Cancer? A Study Aims to Find Out · The Great New York Whale Census · Wheels. Makers of Self-Driving Cars Ask What to Do With Human Nature. Loading... See next articles. See previous articles. Science ...

New at LA Zoo: Diabloceratops Hatchlings
An indisputable fact of life on this planet is nothing is cooler than a dinosaur, except perhaps one thing, and that's a dinosaur egg. Because as studied as we may be in the history of the prehistoric beasts, in what they ate and how they lived, it can ...

Did a Famous Singer Steal This Quartz Crystal From Moon Juice in Silver Lake?
Not feeling today's vibes? That could be because there's a healing crystal missing in Silver Lake. That's right, Moon Juice — the ultra-quirky $70 juice cleanse shop known for putting indecipherable superfood ingredients into their drinks — had rose ...

LA's First Big Roundabout Coming This Year
The area where the Riverside Bridge, Figueroa, and San Fernando meet will soon have a unique feature that sets it apart from the rest of the city: a traffic roundabout. Scheduled to be completed by the end of the year, it's set to be the city's first ...

20 Of Our Favorite Events in Los Angeles This Week
Here are 20 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week. Check out other options in our July Guide, too. MONDAY, JULY 11. LITTLE SCREAM (Music) The Montreal-based musician Laurel Sprengelmeyer—better known as Little Scream—plays on ...

ICYMI: Who Are The Best Guitarists From Los Angeles?
Griffith Observatory at night (Photo by m3th0s via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr. Tag #LAist on Instagram if you want to see your photo featured here). Follow LAist on Twitter, on Instagram, and like us on Facebook. You can also see what T ...

Saving for a House in Los Angeles Costs $68 Per Day
Saving for a home is tough, especially in a competitive (and expensive) market like Los Angeles. Putting away enough money to make a hefty downpayment requires discipline and firmly established goals. That's why Realtor.com has released a handy new ...

First Look at the Glassy, 43-Story Tower Proposed for 8th and Fig
When we first learned of the plan to put a 43-story residential high-rise on a parking lot at the corner of 8th and Figueroa streets, we had little information to go on. Now, we at least have a rendering of what's set to go up: A sleek, glassy tower ...

Today: The Effort to Retake Mosul. When Antibiotics Stop Working.
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 Effort to Retake Mosul. Last week brought word that 8,400 U.S. troops would remain in Afghanistan. This week, the ...

Transit in LA's walkable neighborhoods more likely to succeed, report suggests
Transit that serves walkable communities, such as the Culver City to downtown Santa Monica Expo Line extension, has the best chance for attracting riders, a new report says. Maya Sugarman/KPCC. 127004 full ...

Justin Timberlake Dines at Leona, LA's Up All Night Eats, and More
The LA food scene can't seem to get enough fried chicken, as evidenced by the recent arrival of Gus's to Pico Boulevard. LA Weekly shares some of the finer points of the expansion, including a lot of hot info on those all-important side dishes. Mr ...

Robert Iger joins LA Olympic bid campaign
Robert Iger, chairman and chief executive of Walt Disney Co., has joined Los Angeles' campaign to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The LA 2024 bid committee -- a private group working to secure the Games -- announced the addition of one of Hollywood's ...

Filming on Location in Los Angeles Increases by 5.8 Percent
During the second quarter, feature film production in the greater L.A. area grew by 9.7 percent thanks to movies like 'Battle of the Sexes' and 'Why Him?,' which benefited from California tax incentives. On-location filming in the greater Los Angeles ...


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