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Majority of Super Bowl LI commercials were shot in LA; 84 Lumber's spot was filmed in Mexico
The majority of commercials that aired during the recent Super Bowl LI telecast on Fox were shot in the Los Angeles area, with locations including the Autry Museum of the American West, El Camino College and a vacant hospital in Hawthorne. But two of ...

Today: After Flynngate, an About-Face. An Officer Falls, and a Police Chief Says, 'Enough Is Enough.'
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. After Flynngate, the White House Does an About-Face. A week after the departure of conspiratorially minded Michael Flynn ...

Two new venture capital funds in LA: One for gaming. One for business software
Investing in start-ups trying to make video games has fallen out of favor in much of the venture capital community. They're difficult-to-predict businesses, driven more by characters and animation than by novel technology and often have limited ...

'American Horror Story' Hotel Up For Historic-Cultural Monument Status
People stand outside the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles California February 20, 2013. The body of 21-year-old Canadian tourist Elisa Lam was found in a water tank on the roof of the hotel three weeks after she went missing, police said. The corpse was ...

Bar Moruno at Grand Central Market is closing
From a closing at Grand Central Market to new tasting menus from an L.A. veteran, here's what's happening in the Los Angeles food-and-drink world. Farewell: Bar Moruno, Mozza alums Chris Feldmeier and David Rosoff's Spanish-inspired restaurant at ...

Today: When ICE Knocks on Doors. The Lakers Need a Magic Act.
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. When ICE Knocks on Doors. Millions of Doors? With a pair of memos, the Trump administration has removed nearly all ...

Whittier shooting suspect identified as gang member who cycled in and out of jail
Good morning. It's Wednesday, Feb. 22, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Wet weather's wrath. Rain continued to pound Northern California as runoff from the weekend's powerful storms pushed water through aged levees and ...

5 Free Art Shows to See in LA This Week
This week, an art show in San Pedro doubles as a cat adoption fair and an artist brings "Soup" to a Chinatown gallery. Too many mops. Joe Zucker, the sculptor and painter who has mined his own obsessiveness since the 1960s, spent a year and a half ...

The LA of John Hughes' Some Kind of Wonderful, 30 Years Later
Though many of John Hughes' films were love letters to his hometown of Chicago, often the city of Los Angeles would make cameos in his movies to double for locations in the Windy City. The Griswolds' suburban Chicago home in National Lampoon's ...

Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook's Insider Guide to Los Angeles
James Beard Award-winning chefs Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook are taking over the Los Angeles restaurant scene with their unique culinary hot spots, Son of a Gun, Trois Mec, Petit Trois, Jon & Vinny's, and Trois Familia. The epicurean duo (and best ...

Report: LA County Economy On Upward Swing, But More Higher-Paying Jobs Needed
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The county's unemployment is down and its economic output is up, but experts say more high-paying jobs are needed to replace those giving way to lower-wage service-sector positions. Los Angeles County's gross domestic ...

The Valley's New Vegan Cajun Joint Proves There's Something For Everyone in LA
Here's something you don't see every day: a vegan Cajun restaurant, hiding out in North Hollywood. The place is called Krimsey's Cajun Kitchen, and it only recently soft opened after launching a while back as a catering company with big plans. The menu ...

Rochelle Gores Fredston's goal? To mix fashion and charity in LA to help families in need
Los Angeles doesn't have a shortage of opulent charity events filled with luminaries from the entertainment, arts and fashion communities, but few manage to celebrate fashion and mobilize the industry in a way that affects change at a local level. One ...

Marciano Art Foundation sets LA museum opening date for May
The Marciano Art Foundation has announced the opening date for its new contemporary art museum: May 25. The museum, from Guess cofounders Paul and Maurice Marciano, will be in a landmark Millard Sheets-designed building, a former Scottish Rite ...

The Times' picks for the March 7 election
Los Angeles voters head to the polls on March 7 for the city's last stand-alone local election. Starting in 2020, city and school board elections will be held in June and November during even-numbered years, together with gubernatorial and presidential ...

Trump directives rattle L.A.'s undocumented immigrants - LA Times
Immigrants in the Los Angeles area illegally are being “forced to rethink their daily routines and rewrite their futures” as they make sense of the sweeping ...

20 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
Late erotic artist Tom of Finland launches a line, a magazine comes to life at the Ace Hotel, International Documentary Association hosts an Oscars doc binge fest, and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 2/24. Pop-Up Magazine is an evening of ...

People in LA love to watch future NBA stars. They'll get their chance Friday night at Galen Center
Not since LeBron James came to town as a high school senior and sold out Pauley Pavilion on Jan. 4, 2003, has there been as much excitement for high school basketball in Los Angeles as the lure of Friday night's Southern Section Open Division ...

Police: More Than $30K In Undelivered Packages Found At Driver's Home
ALHAMBRA (CBSLA.com) — A delivery driver faces charges of grand theft after police say they found thousands of dollars worth of undelivered merchandise at his home in East Los Angeles. Eden Sergio Ortega, 37, was arrested Tuesday at his home in the ...

LA theater openings, Feb. 26-March 5: 'Paradise Lost: Reclaiming Destiny' and more
This week: A coming-of-age tale about a young Nigerian American woman, a Tony-winning musical comedy about murder most foul, and a physical-theater adaptation of a 17th century spiritual epic. The Piano Men: A Tribute to Sir Elton John and Billy Joel ...

Making sense of Measure S, the latest battle in LA's long war over development
If you want to understand the forces — and more to the point, the grievances — that gave rise to Measure S, the anti-development initiative that will appear on the March 7 ballot in Los Angeles, you have to go back to the 1980s. That was the decade ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
Tennis—the Denver-based duo—plays The Roxy on Friday night to celebrate its upcoming album, Yours Conditionally. The event is all ages. Doors at 7:30, show at 8:30 pm. Tickets: $20. The show's sold out, so find tickets through an alternative route ...

LA is defined by its streets, strip malls and the softness of its hills. Not by breathless Oscar hype
Earlier this month, one of Hollywood's biggest agencies, United Talent, canceled its annual Oscar party in favor of a pro-immigration rally at its offices and a $250,000 donation to the American Civil Liberties Union. The news came not long after ...

Don't be fooled by the 'Yes on S' campaign. The LA Times opposes Measure S
Hello, voters of Los Angeles. Have you been getting lots and lots of mail from the “Yes on S” campaign? Have you read the fliers and seen lots of seemingly positive quotes from the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board? Just wanted to make sure you know ...

Political spending of AIDS nonprofit takes heat from critics
Good morning. It's Friday, Feb. 24, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. A new kind of politicking. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is a philanthropic empire that's on the ground in 38 countries. But in recent months the ...

Fate of Bob Hope estate pits the family against an LA councilman
Fading memories might be all that remain of a 1939 Toluca Lake estate that Bob and Dolores Hope owned for six decades. That would suit the late couple just fine, according to daughter Linda Hope. In a familiar fight between property owners and ...

In Los Angeles, Underground Network Is Readying Homes to Hide Undocumented Immigrants
A hammer pounds away in the living room of a middle class home. A sanding machine smoothes the grain of the wood floor in the dining room. Workers rush to finish flooring for homes meant to hide immigrants. (Credit: Tom. Workers rush to finish flooring ...

75 Years Ago: Great Los Angeles Air Raid
Nearly 75 years ago, a mystery unfolded in the skies over Los Angeles that led some to believe the city was under attack. The LA Times' Feb. 26, 1942 banner headline read, "ARMY SAYS ALARM REAL: Roaring Guns Mark Blackout." Some reported seeing ...

Kris Yenbamroong Talks Family, Thai Food, and Making it in LA
Los Angeles has not traditionally been a city that overvalues its history. Buildings get torn down all the time, long-running restaurants manage to shutter with just a moments notice, and yet the young, vibrant city continues to churn on. That's what ...

What Eliminating The National Endowment for The Arts Would Mean For LA
Image painted on a window on Pico Boulevard near Century City. (Photo by Chris Goldberg via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr). Confirming fears that have been brewing since President Trump's inauguration, federal agencies next up on the ...


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