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Los Angeles News 05/2017 (Page 8)



like a wizard through Universal Studios Hollywood
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened in 2016 at Universal Studios Hollywood. (Al The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened in 2016 at Universal Studios Hollywood. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times). Why: If the kids want rides and the adults want ...

Reformation Is Opening Two New Los Angeles Stores, & They're Both High Tech & Environmentally Conscious
Reformation fans, you'll soon have two new spots to get your fix IRL. In the next couple of weeks, Reformation's opening two new stores in Los Angeles, and they promise to be every bit as amazing as their website. It's basically your dream summer ...

Did Jack the Ripper Roam the Streets of L.A.?
Jack the Ripper is still the most infamous serial killer of all time. The series of gruesome murders he committed in the Whitechapel area in the east end of London in 1888 were never solved, and theories about the identity of the killer have fascinated ...

Silver Lake's Mh Zh Is The Israeli Sidewalk Cafe That LA Didn't Know It Was Missing
The richness and complexity of a city's dining scene can be determined by two factors. First, look at its singular and novelty vendors. Think of Bia Coffee in Koreatown, which just sells flower-based coffees, or Kawaba Rice Ball on Melrose, which sells ...

This Clever Indian-Mexican Mashup Serves at a Hollywood Car Wash
Wind slowly past the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Cahuenga on a weekday evening in Hollywood, and one will undoubtedly spot the corner car wash. Behind that, just up the street towards the lights of Hollywood proper, is a smog shop and ...

City settles lawsuits challenging modernization projects at Los Angeles International Airport
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday agreed to settle lawsuits brought by Culver City and Inglewood that alleged the potential environmental impacts of modernization projects at Los Angeles International Airport were not properly evaluated ...

Chatsworth baseball is nearly perfect in return to LA City Section final
Chatsworth#18 Tommy Palomera is welcomed to the bench after crossing the plate in the first inning. Chatsworth defeated El Camino Real 2-1 in the City ...

Why Aren't There More Events Catering to L.A.'s Black LGBT Community?
“We have become a gay mecca for a lot of people of color," says Sean/Milan, the social enterprise program manager for REACH LA. "It's a place where people can go and be safe and be themselves.” This Saturday, May 27, REACH LA (Realistic Education in ...

Essential California: Face it: The Big One is going to happen
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, May 25, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Everyone, get ready! The Big One is going to happen, scientists say, no matter how much you want to ...

21 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
A Memorial Day weekend bash in Topanga Canyon, a fest for Sherlock fans, the Five Minutes Game (and a potluck) at Cinefamily, and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 3/26. Dance seldom emerges in its completed form the first time out ...

I met the love of my life — and I thought he was a total jerk
I was new to Southern California, starving for friends and looking for a fresh start in the backyard of a Spanish-style duplex in L.A.'s Miracle Mile. You see, I was desperately trying to break into a tightknit group of women who met regularly for a ...

Los Angeles Could Be at Peak Housing Crisis
Crazy rents are cooling off in places like San Francisco, so there's hope in L.A. that the worst of the housing crisis is behind us. But so far the numbers continue to bring bad news. Home prices are the highest they've been since 2007, according to ...

Court overturns order to protect elephants at LA Zoo
A court order requiring the Los Angeles Zoo to exercise its elephants on soft ground and barring the use of electric shock was overturned Thursday by the California Supreme Court. In a unanimous decision, the state's highest court said the taxpayers ...

Progressives decried Jimmy Gomez's 'coronation' in LA's congressional primary. Now they're lining up behind him
If you asked Wendy Carrillo three months ago, the California Democratic Party's endorsement of Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez in the crowded race for Los Angeles' 34th Congressional District was a “coronation,” the result of “dirty tricks being played by ...

Today: The Trumpshake Diplomacy Tour
President Trump meets with G7 leaders today, as his overseas trip winds down. 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 Trumpshake Diplomacy Tour. It may be ...

California Today: Rising Rent Threatens a Los Angeles Treasure
Nick Metropolis's store on South La Brea Avenue. Credit Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times, via Getty Images. Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here's the sign-up.) Please note: We will take a break for Memorial Day and resume on ...

Outside money spills into LA congressional race as election day nears
Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez, left, and Robert Lee Ahn are running to replace Xavier Becerra in the 34th Congressional District. (Los Angeles Times). Spending by outside groups hoping to influence Los Angeles' congressional race is picking up, with less ...

Here Are the 5 Most-Expensive Rental Neighborhoods in L.A.
In this environment of peak housing crisis in Los Angeles, most would-be renters probably want to know where the deals are. But, clearly, there's also demand for soul-crushing rents on the high-end of the chart. Apartment List crunched its mid-May ...

A Star Is Born: Stevie Nicks turns 69 today
I think if people like to dress like a gypsy and they get a little inspiration from me to do it, then it's great. It's definitely something everyone should try at least once in their lives. Dress like a gypsy! Stevie Nicks, 1997. FROM THE ARCHIVES ...

Promoter of Blacklisted Festival Says His Event Was ... Blacklisted
Promoter Nick Janicki says that when he first proposed his Blacklisted festival to the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation late last year, he could not have anticipated that the event — a music and arts fest featuring politically ...

9 Cheap and Free to Do in L.A. This Week
A festival that celebrates the Netherlands, a Kurt Vonnegut podcast taping and more fun stuff to do in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, the more daring half of the 2007 double feature Grindhouse, celebrates its 10th ...

The Coming Food Hall-ization Of LA
If you've ever been to downtown's Grand Central Market, you know how much Angelenos love a good food hall. The one-hundred-year-old market has seen new life in the last few years as a wave of higher-end food stalls opened up shop. Whatever your ...

Man shot to death while walking across street in downtown Los Angeles
A man in his 40s was gunned down while walking across the street in downtown Los Angeles Friday morning. (KABC). KABC. By Jade Hernandez. Friday, May 26, 2017 09:42PM. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) --. A man in his 40s was gunned down ...

How a supposedly free bridge over the LA River will cost taxpayers millions
In the end, the announcement was too good to be true. L.A. was going to get a “generous gift” — a bridge across the Los Angeles River, constructed with private money. Six years later, city leaders are ready to build the project. But it's definitely ...

How a supposedly free bridge over the L.A. River will cost taxpayers ...
How a supposedly free bridge over the L.A. River will cost taxpayers ...

Jacarandas are LA's future
For a few particularly grey weeks of spring, the lavender blossoms of jacaranda trees are everywhere you go, a parade of pastel fireworks exploding along Los Angeles's streets. You not only see them, you hear them, too, as their rubbery petals render ...

LA community newspaper editor sentenced in illegal firearms case
The editor of a Sunland-Tujunga community newspaper has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for illegally possessing firearms after advertising a “Guns for Haiti Quake Relief” drive, according to the U.S attorney's office. David “Doc” DeMulle ...

Essential Arts & Culture: The new Marciano museum, the Center Theatre Group at 50, LACMA's museum-rethink
New museums! Big retirements! Schubert and Beethoven and some fellas from Jersey. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week's tastiest culture stories: L.A.'s newest museum. The Marciano Art Foundation, L.A.'s ...

Students walk out at downtown L.A. arts high school over rape ...
Students walk out at downtown L.A. arts high school over rape ...

Essential California: Highway 1 has a 1.5 million-ton problem
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, May 27. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. What a mess: The landslide that closed Highway 1 south of Big Sur is shaping up to be a major ...


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