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Chargers set season ticket prices for first season in Los Angeles
Of course you'd pay more to see the Rolling Stones at a club, to hear Keith Richards' fingers hitting the guitar strings, to see the sweat fly from Charlie Watts' brow behind the drum kit. Now, whether the Los Angeles Chargers are the Rolling Stones ...

IMAX Unveils Flagship Virtual Reality Center in Los Angeles
If you've ever wanted to fulfill your childhood dream of holding a lightsaber in your hand, virtual reality can be the vehicle to set those fantasies back in motion. At the official unveiling of the flagship IMAX VR center on Los Angeles' Fairfax ...

Inspectors investigating Los Angeles oil field for possible 'big problem'
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday asked inspectors to investigate operations at an oil field in West Los Angeles amid reports the company may be operating a gas burner without proper permits. According to a motion introduced by Councilman Paul ...

92-Year-Old Man Fatally Shoots Wife On Valentine's Day, Police Say
SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A 92-year-old man and his 72-year-old wife did not have a happy Valentines Day. Police say a domestic dispute between the married couple turned deadly Tuesday night around 8 p.m at 1717 West 60th St. in South ...

Fil-Am artist Miljohn Ruperto debuts Geomancies in Los Angeles
“Have you ever caught a dance fever? An infectious move? I sometimes wonder about the difference between choreography and freestyle. If choreography is the influence imposed upon you by outside bodies — like stars, or other humans — what is free ...

Mitchell Schwartz might be an ally of Eric Garcetti if he weren't running against him
Public affairs consultant Mitchell Schwartz's decision to jump into the Los Angeles mayor's race last year brought surprise and intrigue. After all, Schwartz might be working alongside Eric Garcetti at City Hall if he weren't fundraising to replace him ...

What's the matter with LA's 15th Council District?
The community of Watts, still struggling more than a half-century after the notorious riots of 1965, needs a Los Angeles City Council representative who will focus on its particular needs. So does Harbor Gateway, the long-neglected shoestring strip of ...

Pair of midcentury ranch homes on 2.6 acres of rolling hills seeks $1.1M
Here's some nice fantasy fodder for those feeling oppressed by the urban rat race. Located about 20 miles north of Downtown LA, this Shadow Hills equestrian property offers two houses on three lots totaling 2.62 acres. Both ranch-style homes were built ...

LA Is Absolutely Crushing This James Beard Foundation Award Semifinalist List
Los Angeles is sitting pretty in this year's run-up to the James Beard Foundation Awards. Semifinalists were announced today in a big blast from the non-profit organization, and the Southland basically has the pick of the litter. Let's take a look at ...

Austin's Famed La Barbecue Aims for a Second Location in Los Angeles
Austin, Texas smoked meat haven La Barbecue is coming to Los Angeles, with promises to provide some of the best smoke meat this city has ever seen. Rumors have swirled for a little while now about a West Coast expansion of the popular Texas operation, ...

5 things to know about the powerful storms headed to LA
The sun is shining today in Los Angeles after an unusually wet few months—but don't let the verdant hills and blue skies fool you. The area is not drying out. Back-to-back storms are headed to Southern California, and the second will be the strongest ...

'I'm so happy today': Thousands attend LA naturalization ceremony
Karla Mazariego waited years for this day. On Wednesday, she joined more than 6,700 people at the Los Angeles Convention Center to become a United States citizen. It was the first naturalization ceremony at the convention center since the presidential ...

LA's Moves To Protect Immigrant Street-Food Vendors Come With A Catch
On a sidewalk in Los Angeles' bustling piñata district, Enrique is using tongs to dip long, rosy strips of pig skin into a vat of boiling oil. When they're blistering, crispy and slightly cool, he lays the chicharrones on the table for hungry passersby ...

The Oroville Dam isn't the only trouble spot
Good morning. It's Thursday, Feb. 16, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Will Oroville hold? Tons of rain will be dumped on Northern California this week, but state officials are confident that this inclement weather won't ...

I pursued her until she had a change of heart
So there I was, a guy in my early 30s, recently separated, having made the solo journey back to Los Angeles from Nashville. Broke and in debt from the experience, I had the war-torn heart of a man who dearly missed his 4-year-old daughter ... yet I was ...

21 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
An art show with free chocolate, a ball for bloodsuckers, a symposium on the healing power of television, and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 2/17. It's safe to say that arts patronage in Los Angeles and elsewhere would be better if all ...

How are LA's Science and Cultural Institutions Dealing With the "Post-Truth" Era?
On a late weekday morning, Long Beach's Aquarium of the Pacific is abuzz with children. Tiny and energetic, some press against glass as if they want to step inside the strange aquatic world of marine life. Inside the "Vanishing Animals" exhibition, the ...

Tommy Hilfiger, Rachel Zoe, Raquel Allegra and other designers skip New York Fashion Week to have LA shows
In the run-up to New York Fashion Week, Los Angeles found itself abuzz with a series of high-profile fashion happenings, many by designers, including Rachel Zoe and Tommy Hilfiger, who opted for L.A.-area venues and weather instead of showing in the ...

"Strongest Storm of the Season" Could Strike LA
The National Weather Service is saying a front headed toward Los Angeles has the potential to be the "strongest storm of the season." The storm could bring between 2 and 4 inches of rain. "One of the potential dangers is strong southeasterly winds ...

Here's where condo prices are on the rise in LA
Prices fell 7 percent in Hollywood between the fourth quarter of 2015 and the fourth quarter of 2016. trekandshoot / Shutterstock, Inc. Home prices rose across Los Angeles in 2016, but prices in some neighborhoods soared higher and faster than in other ...

Denver man arrested in LA had knives and explosives
A Denver man of Pakistani descent who was arrested in West Los Angeles today possessed weapons and explosive devices, law enforcement officials told ABC News. The man, who has not been named, was found with knives and possibly flew to L.A. while ...

Lobbyist faces fine after inviting LA politicians to his $51000 birthday party downtown
A longtime lobbyist faces a proposed fine of more than $11,000 for inviting dozens of Los Angeles city officials to a birthday party. A Los Angeles City Ethics Commission investigation found that John Ek violated city rules that restrict gifts from ...

LA businesses close for 'A Day Without Immigrants' protest
Businesses across Los Angeles - and in cities nationwide - closed on Thursday in support of the "A Day Without Immigrants" protest. Immigrants skipped out of shopping and stayed home from work and school as a response to President Donald Trump's ...

In a crowded field, Monica Ratliff for Council District 7
The 7th Council District in the Northeast San Fernando Valley is in desperate need of committed, inclusive and ambitious representation. This region, which includes the communities of Sylmar, Mission Hills, Pacoima, Lakeview Terrace, Sunland, Tujunga ...

Monster storm expected to splash down on LA
Good morning. It's Friday, Feb. 17, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Break out your canoe. Southwest California is expected to get drenched Friday with the strongest storm it has seen in several years. “The afternoon commute ...

Schmooze with jellyfish at Monterey's big aquarium
Why: It's the state's foremost aquarium, in a neighborhood full of Steinbeckian marine biological history. What : From its opening in 1984, the Monterey Bay Aquarium immediately became the state's go-to aquarium, with tanks that open on to Monterey Bay ...

'Day Without Immigrants' leads to more absences than usual in LA and Long Beach public schools
The Nickel Diner in downtown Los Angeles hung a sign in solidarity with the national "Day Without Immigrants." (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times). Many immigrants in Los Angeles rooted for a “Day Without Immigrants,” a protest Thursday that shut down ...

11 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
Wikipedia turns 16, a Chicano art institution looks for its next generation of printmakers, UCB pokes fun at the Oscars' diversity, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. Don't condescend to True Romance, man. It'll fucking kill ...

Former mayors split over how to run LA
Richard Riordan grumbled to two other former Los Angeles mayors on Thursday about the traffic clogging his Brentwood neighborhood. “How long does it take to get to downtown L.A. to go to the theater at night?” he asked. “If you take the subway, it will ...

A real life look at the crazy odds and tortured dreams of making it in La La Land
Beyond a stretch of thrift stores and nail salons, in a small Panorama City house he shares with eight people, four dogs and a lot of crucifixes, John Geronilla is in the grip of a Hollywood daydream. A Filipino immigrant and aspiring filmmaker, he is ...


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