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Here's How Much Money You Can Save If You Get a Roommate in LA
A new analysis from real estate listings site Trulia found that renters willing to split a three-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles County save an average $683 per month compared to going it alone with a one-bedroom unit. For a two-bedroom sharing ...

Gobble aebleskiver in the Danish hamlet of Solvang
Why: A tennis-ball size dollop of dough. A slice of apple inside. Some raspberry jam. And outside, a dusting of powdered sugar. This is no mere collection of calories. It's cultural. What : Arne's Aebleskiver, the dessert described above, is a big draw ...

Man charged in deadly Los Angeles car crash had been deported five times
A man who has been deported from the United States at least five times is awaiting trial in a fatal car crash that claimed the life of a Los Angeles woman last month, according to police and court records. Estuardo Alvarado, 45, was charged with murder ...

Coming soon to the Hollywood Bowl: 'La La Land in Concert'
"La La Land in Concert: A Live-to-Film Celebration" will premiere at the Hollywood Bowl May 26 and 27. (Dale Robinette / Lionsgate / TNS). Big news for fans of "La La Land." The film that would be best picture ( before not being best picture ) is ...

Pilot Locations 2017: NY, Vancouver & Atlanta Tick Up; LA, Toronto, Chicago Slip
For the first time since California in 2015 implemented a new $330 million-a-year tax credit program to stem runaway production, the state is seeing a drop in the number of broadcast drama pilots this season with 7 shows, down from last year's 11 ...

LA County voter turnout at 11.45%
Voter turnout for Los Angeles' elections was pushing up slightly this evening and stood at 11.45%. How does this compare? Turnout in L.A. peaked at 76% in a 1969 runoff, when Tom Bradley was running to become the city's first black mayor. He lost but ...

Runoffs appear likely in two of three pivotal LA school board contests
Millions of dollars have poured into races for seats on the Los Angeles Board of Education this year in contests that could for the first time shift the balance of power in the nation's second-largest school district in favor of fast growth of charter ...

What the money so far says about the latest Los Angeles congressional race
While the early campaign finance filings in the race for the 34th Congressional District give an incomplete picture, they're also a glimpse into who the powerhouse fundraisers could be and where some local power brokers are placing their bets in a ...

When it rains, Los Angeles sends billions of gallons of 'free liquid gold' down the drain
During one of this winter's frequent storms, sheets of rainwater spilled from roofs, washed across sidewalks and down gutters into a sprawling network of underground storm drains that empty into the Los Angeles River channel. Normally a thin flow of ...

Why LA City Hall is such a hot spot for film shoots
On a recent March morning, crowds of movie extras dressed in tuxedos and couture gowns huddled together against the chill on the steps of City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. Crews maneuvered New York City taxi cabs into place to transform Spring Street ...

On International Women's Day, here are 8 LA women you should know
March 8 is International Women's Day. The date has roots in political rebellion, and today is no different: It's what the Women's March organizers have designated the official "Day Without Women." L.A., like the rest of America, has a proud history of ...

Pick Apples -- and shirts, mugs and merch you can't get elsewhere -- in Cupertino
Why : The shop at Apple's corporate headquarters carries goods you don't see in every other Apple store. Your geeky friends may go green with envy. What: Apple headquarters in Cupertino -- an oval-shaped constellation of buildings known as Infinite ...

Faced with a chance for radical change, LA voters choose to stay the course
Los Angeles voters offered a strong endorsement Tuesday to policies that have brought denser development and a more urbanized lifestyle to a city once famous for its tracts of tidy single-family homes. Mayor Eric Garcetti, who has championed greater ...

One of LA's earliest surviving neon signs will be relit near MacArthur ...
One of LA's earliest surviving neon signs will be relit near MacArthur ...

Boys' basketball: Regional playoff scores and updated pairings - LA ...
Boys' basketball: Regional playoff scores and updated pairings - LA ...

Today: The 'Join or Else' Push for 'Repeal and Replace.' SoCal Could Use a Giant Rain Barrel.
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 'Join or Else' Push for 'Repeal and Replace'. Republican leaders are fighting against the notion that their ...

LA election fallout: Helping the homeless up, slowing growth down
Good morning. It's Thursday, March 9, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Bye bye Measure S ... Now that Measure S has lost, affordable housing advocates say that Los Angeles must tackle the issues brought up during the ...

What LA County's median price buys in Eagle Rock, Lake Balboa and Long Beach
In January, the median sales price for single-family homes in Greater L.A climbed to $550,000, about an 8% increase year over year, according to CoreLogic. In Eagle Rock, that amount buys a charming cottage; in Lake Balboa, a Spanish-inspired two-story ...

Take a great LA walk around the La Brea Tar Pits
Animals strolling here in past millenniums got stuck in the muck, but today the La Brea Tar Pits' open-air museum is a great place to take a walk. Stroller- and wheelchair-friendly, it's a good way to soak up some science while getting some exercise ...

21 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
An art extravaganza in Pasadena, a book extravaganza downtown and more fun things to do in L.A. this week. fri 3/10. ArtNight Pasadena is the city's twice-yearly tradition of free art, music and other entertainment, which last fall attracted 28,000 ...

LA theater openings, March 12-19: 'The Cruise' and more
This week: A new comedy about colonialism and Caribbean-cruise industry, and a new drama about the possible consequences of building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Kevin Carr One-man show combines true-life tales, folklore and folk music. Odyssey ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
Friday Night Frights presents screenings of They Live this weekend at Cinefamily. John Carpenter's 1988 sci-fi/satire/thriller still resonates, moving beyond its status of cult classic: In the film, a drifter discovers that aliens have infiltrated ...

Cash can make your SoCal jail stay more comfortable
Good morning. It's Friday, March 10, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Pay for your jail stay. When you commit a crime, get ready for a stay in one of L.A. County or Orange County's violent and run-down jails. But if you have ...

Nosh, nibble and sniff at San Francisco's Ferry Building
Why: In a food-obsessed city, no venue is foodier than this. Nice ocean breezes out back too. What: From 1898 until the Bay Bridge connected San Francisco to Oakland in the 1930s, San Francisco's Ferry Building was a twice-daily stop for every trans ...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Beverly Grove, once a wallflower, proves itself a dynamo
Beverly Grove was born as a series of car-oriented subdivisions on the far-flung outer edge of a young Los Angeles — farther out, even, than the trolleys ran. Today, the once-sleepy neighborhood is popular, dynamic and fast-changing, and a locus of ...

Car Theft Suspect Waves to Hollywood Walk of Fame Tourists ...
Car Theft Suspect Waves to Hollywood Walk of Fame Tourists ...

11 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
The new George Takei exhibit, John Early's residency at the Satellite and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. ArtNight Pasadena is the city's twice-yearly tradition of free art, music and other entertainment, which last ...

LA's New Pot Era Begins With Debate Over the Number of Shops
Los Angeles voters this week finally said yes to fully legalizing medical marijuana dispensaries in town. Measure M passed with a whopping 79 percent in favor. The law, spearheaded by City Council President Herb Wesson, empowers the council to issue ...

Every day is bring your dog to work day at more and more LA offices
It was just another day at the office for Peanut, a cocky little mutt who swaggers around Playa Vista ad agency 72andSunny, socializing with employees and other dogs who pass their days there. Then Rob Lowe arrived. The actor spent hours at the agency ...

You Haven't Lived Until You've Asked Jonathan Goldbot What to Eat for Dinner
Did you know that you can ask Jonathan Gold anything you want, and he'll answer you? Well, sorta. Late last year, the LA Times launched their very own GoldBot, a messaging bot that lives on Facebook and can take some of Gold's best recommendations, ...


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