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Los Angeles News 03/2017 (Page 9)



The Eight Best LA Eats That Aren't Actually From LA
Los Angeles has incredible food, full stop. From our hyper-specific regional cuisines (food from Jalisco and Oaxaca, for example) to vegetable-focused shared plates, there's no shortage of transformative dining experiences in our massive metropolis ...

An Iconic LA Thai Restaurant Passes the Generational Torch
Youngest Cathy (left), father (Andy), and eldest daughter Vanda hope to weather a three-month remodeling of their family's restaurant alongside their brother Peter and their mother Anna (not pictured). tweet · share · pin. The saying goes that if you ...

Officers pursue driver who ditched sedan for pickup in possible carjacking
Officers late Wednesday arrested the driver of a possibly stolen vehicle after a nearly hourlong pursuit across the San Fernando Valley that saw speeds of more than 110 mph. It was at least the second pursuit of the night in Southern California ...

'Zoot Suit' Draws Crowds and Decked-Out Fans in Los Angeles
Giselle Rios, a theater major at California State University, Los Angeles, during the intermission of “Zoot Suit,” by Luis Valdez. LOS ANGELES — When “Zoot Suit” made its debut in New York in 1979, it was the first time a Chicano show had made it to ...

'La La Land' is the latest movie to push LA tourism
“La La Land” didn't bring home the best picture Oscar, but the musical filmed in Southern California is expected to bring the region another valuable prize: a bump in big-spending tourists. Like previous films set in the City of Angels, the hugely ...

20 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
A gigantic pillow fight in the park, a porn film festival, a big ol' leather party in Silver Lake and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 3/31. Melissa Mora Hidalgo comes to the Museum of Latin American Art to discuss her new book ...

Frank Gehry archive gets home in Los Angeles
A massive archive containing papers, drawings and models of work by Frank Gehry is getting a home in the adopted hometown of the world-renowned architect. The Getty Research Institute announced Tuesday that it has hundreds of thousands of sketches, ...

Los Angeles fisherman catches 50-pound carp in the middle of the city
On Monday, a fisherman in California caught a 50-pound carp in one of the unlikeliest places imaginable: the small, relatively shallow lake in the middle of Los Angeles' MacArthur Park. Eddie Salmeron, the 25-year-old angler who caught the fish, said ...

Five Reasons Why Crying Tiger Is Black Rabbit Rose's Best Magic Trick
When Luv2eat Thai Bistro opened in a Hollywood strip mall back in September 2014, the tiny restaurant was packed. It didn't matter that the mismatched tables and chairs were $5 finds from a second hand store or that service was slow. Diners watched as ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
The Fallen Fruit art collective presents a fruit tree pruning workshop on Saturday. (Image: Fallen Fruit). Here are 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this weekend. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. DRILL : LOS ANGELES w/ Wire (Music fest) This event technically ...

Locals learn the latest on high-speed rail LA-to-Anaheim section
People gather before the start of a community meeting on the California High-Speed Rail Authority Los Angeles to Anaheim Project section at Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles on Thursday, March 30, 2017. (Photo by Ed ...

The money race in LA's congressional election: 5 candidates have gotten 75% of the cash
In the crowded field of two dozen candidates vying to replace Xavier Becerra in Congress, most of the money from donors has been flowing to a handful of hopefuls. Of the more than $2.4 million that has been raised by candidates since December, nearly ...

Essential California: Why sheriffs don't completely cooperate with ICE
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Friday, March 31, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Sheriffs standing up to the Trump administration. Some sheriffs in California are more than willing to ...

The art of lowriding, born on LA's Eastside, gets supercharged
At one end of the parking lot, Anthony Johnson was using a remote control to bounce an apple-green 1963 Chevrolet Impala, its nose eight feet in the air. At the other, Greg Dixon was lofting a silver 2001 Lincoln Town Car sideways, raising the driver's ...

10 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
A punk-rock comedy show, a massive pillow fight in Pershing Square and more fun stuff to do and see this week for 10 bucks or less. Melissa Mora Hidalgo comes to the Museum of Latin American Art to discuss her new book, Mozlandia: Morrissey Fans in the ...

Looking for love and dodging the cannibals in 'Apocalypse Play'
When one is pondering the apocalypse, the word “sprightly” does not often come to mind. Yet that descriptor certainly applies to Cory Hinkle's “Apocalypse Play,” a thematically slight but lively new comedy presented by Moving Arts at the Atwater ...

Clearing up confusion over 'Hamilton' tickets for LA: What you need to know
“Hamilton” may celebrate inclusion, but the frenzied quest for tickets to the musical's Los Angeles run has left some ticket hopefuls confused or worried they will be left out. Performances at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre don't start until Aug. 11 ...

Your 2017 guide to great Los Angeles bakeries
The bread scene in Los Angeles, unlike in the bakery towns of San Francisco and Paris, tends to be inconstant, to go in waves — or rises, if you will. If the first rise was centered in Culver City's Helms Bakery, whose bread trucks ran from 1931 to ...

Yes, there's another election in LA on Tuesday. Here's everything you need to know and why it matters
The election for the 34th Congressional District is Tuesday, and 24 candidates are vying to fill the vacancy in the central Los Angeles district. Here's what you should know if you're one of the 305,000 voters in the district, and why you should care ...

Warmer weather means fewer beds, more challenges for LA's homeless
The driver was pulling away with a nearly full cabin of seven men, three women and several giant suitcases when a commotion caused him to hit the brakes. A young man pushed a wheelchair in front of the van, yelling in a desperate voice, “Can you take ...

On April 18, Beachwood Drive gate to Hollywood sign trail will close
A popular access point that thousands of tourists and hikers use every month to get near the Hollywood sign will close April 18, Los Angeles city officials said Friday. Pedestrians will no longer be able to travel up Beachwood Canyon to reach the ...


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