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She vanished in January from an LA Goodwill store. Her body was found weeks later in Santa Clarita
The last time Maricela Garcia was seen alive was one night in January, when she left a Goodwill store in Reseda so she could smoke a cigarette. Garcia's siblings said the 26-year-old seemingly vanished without a trace, leaving behind her car, her purse ...

Measure S was not the answer to LA's housing crisis, but neither is returning to business as usual
For all the acrimonious debate over Measure S, the slow-growth ballot measure that suffered a decisive defeat this month, most factions could agree on one thing: The development process in Los Angeles is broken. Although Measure S was not the answer, ...

The California Bucket List: Your daily guide to the best adventures and experiences in the Golden State
The California Bucket List is your daily guide to essential California adventures, from easy to edgy. Check in every day for a new must-do adventure, each tried and tested by one of the Travel section's staffers and contributors. Tell us what's on your ...

LA Style in the Spotlight at Brand Assembly
To introduce its new creative, co-working space, Brand Assembly hosted a networking event in partnership with The Zoe Report, designer Rachel Zoe's fashion, beauty, and lifestyle portal. The March 14 event was held at the co-working space, called The ...

21 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
Revelers dance the Trump away at a disco party, we host the biggest food event of the year, Moshe Kasher tests his new Comedy Central show on an audience, and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 3/24. In February, DJ Groupchat and Satellite ...

Los Angeles Is Now Stealing Your Favorite City's Favorite Chef
Eater Vegas reported yesterday that a very big name from Sin City is coming west soon. Steven Benjamin, the longtime executive chef at L'Atelier de Joël Roubuchon is jumping over to Beverly Hills to open the new Waldorf Astoria, which is coming along ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
PaleyFest continues at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood with screenings and panel discussions with cast and creatives from some of the hottest shows on TV. Friday: Bob's Burgers; Saturday afternoon: Pretty Little Liars; Saturday night: Westworld; Sunday ...

Red Line subway could extend into South LA
In an action-packed meeting Thursday, the Metro Board of Directors initiated a study of a possible extension of the Red Line subway south beneath Vermont Avenue all the way to 125th Street in West Athens. The study resulted from a motion by Directors ...

2 Killed, 1 Injured in South L.A. Shooting | KTLA
Two men were killed and a third was injured in a shooting in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of South Los Angeles Thursday evening, LAPD officials told KTLA ...

LA 2024 Olympics not likely to be a financial disaster, according to a state report
Only two prospective host cities, Los Angeles and Paris, remain in the hunt for the 2024 Olympic games. Two other finalists, Rome and Budapest, dropped out of the race in part because of concerns about the kind of cost overruns that have plagued recent ...

City set to vote on plan to raze Parker Center and build $480-million office tower
The Los Angeles City Council will consider a proposal Friday to demolish Parker Center and build a $480-million office tower for city employees — a plan opposed by preservationists fighting to save the former police building. The boxy Parker Center on ...

'No sign of mountains': What it was like in LA before today's clean-air rules
To the editor: In 1971, my 2-year-old son and I moved to Los Angeles from Boston. As we descended into LAX, the clouds were dirty, an ominous shade of brown. I wondered why the San Fernando Valley was called a valley; there was no sign of mountains ...

Climb the tower, speak your mind and roam the campus at Berkeley
The Campanile, a.k.a. Sather Tower, looms over the campus at UC Berkeley. ( The Campanile, a.k.a. Sather Tower, looms over the campus at UC Berkeley. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times). Why: This is where the University of California began, where ...

11 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
Free movie screenings, a $5 dance party, a storytelling show about public transit and more fun stuff to do in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. In February, DJ Groupchat and Satellite booker Jennifer Tefft hosted the inaugural Funk Trump, a disco ...

Long Beach Is Betting Big On the Its Waterfront Revitalization
Big things are happening in Long Beach lately. The sister city to the south is getting more and more exciting on the dining front every day as locals like Philip Pretty leave LA for projects down that way, but the real exciting stuff is being ...

LA's Insane New Pizza Burger Mashup Wants to Make Sure You Die Happy
Downtown has no shortage of great new restaurants to try, but only one of them (as far as we know) is combining two of the city's great loves on one plate: pizza and burgers. It's the hot new menu item at upstart Meathead!, which just took over the ...

LA officials push for new steps to address health risks from homebuilding near freeways
In a new push to address health risks from a surge in residential construction near freeways, Los Angeles officials have requested a study of development restrictions, design standards and other steps to protect residents from traffic pollution ...

Robert Lee Ahn raised the most money by far in latest campaign finance reports for LA's congressional race
Robert Lee Ahn, left, and Vanessa Aramayo, second from left, join the other candidates for the 34th Congressional District. (Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles TImes). Congressional candidate Robert Lee Ahn far outstripped some of the top fundraisers in the ...

Westlake daytime shooting leaves one man dead
A man in his 20s was shot and killed in Westlake on Friday afternoon, police said. Authorities have not yet identified the victim, who was slain about 2:15 p.m. on the corner of West 2nd Street and South La Fayette Park Place, said Los Angeles Police ...

LA controller opposes city plan to borrow up to $60 million for lawsuit payouts
Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin warned city leaders Friday against going forward with a plan now under consideration to borrow up to $60 million to cover the cost of an unusually large crop of lawsuit payouts. The city has had to dip into its ...

'They're so scared.' Trump brings heartache, fear in LA's 'Ellis Island'
Past the looming maze of freeway interchanges on the west side of Cesar Chavez Avenue in Boyle Heights sits Biky's Market, a light blue building with a dusty green awning. On the days that San Antonio de Padua Church across the street is closed, locals ...

Essential California: By vowing to reduce auto pollution, California ...
Essential California: By vowing to reduce auto pollution, California ...

Listen for echoing hoofs and look for locomotives in Old Sacramento
Why: For the Pony Express, this was the end of the line. And for Sacramento, it was a beginning. What: Sacramento grew like mad amid the Gold Rush, and its oldest neighborhood — now an eight-block state historic park and tourist attraction — is a ...

Essential Arts & Culture: What LA loses if we lose the NEA; starchitecture in Hamburg; Kerry James Marshall at MOCA
A deeper look at what cutting the National Endowment for the Arts means to U.S. culture. The exhilarating paintings of Kerry James Marshall. And the latest building by Herzog & de Meuron. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times ...

Time to Shine for Crossroad students
It is time for multiple of Crossroad students to participate in this years' YoungArts Los Angeles event. Every year thousands of students apply for YoungArts honors. Next week five students from Crossroads School will be participating in YoungArts LA ...

Los Angeles police fatally shoot armed suspect in Boyle Heights
Los Angeles police fatally shot a suspect in Boyle Heights early Saturday, forcing the temporary closure of a Metro Gold Line station, authorities said. Officers were on patrol near 1st and Soto streets around midnight when they heard gunshots ...

1st LGBTQ, Latina mayor talks about her love for Montebello to Vista LA
There's a new mayor in Montebello and she's shaking things up in an attempt to make a difference in her hometown. (KABC). KABC. Saturday, March 25, 2017 06:54PM. MONTEBELLO, Calif. (KABC) --. There's a new mayor in Montebello and she's shaking ...

#FOMOBlog: Big Sean Brings Out Jhene Aiko At Sold Out Show In Los Angeles; Absinthe LA Is A Must-See
anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website. “I realized I was a lifelong sufferer of FOMO”. Urban dictionary definition: The fear that if you miss a party or ...

Only six more months until you can make LA history by riding Angels Flight
I have long been a fan of Angels Flight. No cynicism about downtown Los Angeles' 298-foot-long funicular for me. Since its most recent closure in 2013, I've taken many a forlorn walk past its lower terminus on Hill Street, gazing longingly at its two ...

Janet Marie Smith's passion, personality and artistic eye helped redefine sports architecture
Visiting an old friend's office in the converted warehouse beyond the right-field fence at Camden Yards, Janet Marie Smith tapped the screen of her phone, opening a menu of photos as she showed off her latest project. “Looks like I've got 1,083 ...


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