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Los Angeles News 06/2017 (Page 5)



You may soon no longer be able to park between the sidewalk and the curb in LA
For more than five years, Los Angeles officials have turned a blind eye to drivers who park on the narrow strips of land between the sidewalk and the curb. The city's lenient stance, adopted in 2011, was never advertised. But many drivers in dense ...

Driver Blocking Lane-Splitters Caught On Camera
AZUSA (CBSLA.com) — It looked like a routine traffic jam in LA but it suddenly turned dangerous. A woman captured tense moments on the 210 Freeway with her cell phone. The confrontation was triggered by the common practice of lane splitting by ...

Essential California: The report card on California's battle against climate change
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, June 15, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Checking in on those greenhouse gases. Here's the latest report card on California's battle against ...

Snooze above the sea in one of San Diego's Crystal Pier cottages
Why: You won't find another pier in California with cottages on it, and this pier stands along one of San Diego's most popular beaches. (Christopher Reynolds / Los Angeles Times). What: The Crystal Pier Hotel & Cottages go back to the 1930s. Despite ...

Record-setting deals in Manhattan Beach and Malibu headline LA's top sales in May
In the month of May, the most expensive homes sold in Los Angeles County included record-setting deals on the Westside and South Bay. Here's a larger look: $85 million — Malibu. Music and movie mogul David Geffen sold his oceanfront compound on ...

20 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
Our very own unlimited-taco extravaganza, a taping of Paula Poundstone's podcast, a screening of The Usual Suspects in a cemetery, and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 6/16. Oxnard has styled itself the "Strawberry Capital of the ...

Essential Education: The politics of Michelle King's contract extension
Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest: Steve Zimmer pulled off a political triumph in Tuesday's vote to extend L.A. Unified superintendent Michelle King's contract, and now the two ...

The week ahead in LA theater, June 18-25: 'I'm Not a Comedian… I'm Lenny Bruce' and more
Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes (P.B.), F. Kathleen Foley (F.K.F.), Margaret Gray (M.G.), Charles McNulty (C.M.), Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.) and David C. Nichols (D.C.N.). Openings. Clean House A broke Beverly Hills socialite is forced to move in ...

Best Places To Be Alone In Los Angeles
Los Angeles is a massive city, where millions of residents shuffle from one place to the next and hustle to pay exorbitant rents. The proliferation of health-oriented activities and services in the city is sometimes a huge help, but often they're ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
Here are 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this weekend, both outside and in air-conditioned venues. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. SLEEPLESS: THE MUSIC CENTER AFTER HOURS (Party) The next installment of Sleepless: The Music Center After Hours series ...

Longtime Los Angeles Times photojournalist Gary Friedman dies at 62
Gary Friedman, a longtime photojournalist who over the decades covered presidential elections, Olympic games and the devastation of the 9/11 terror attacks for the Los Angeles Times, has died after a long fight with cancer. He was 62. Friedman, who ...

L.A. sanitation worker taunted over perceived homosexuality wins ...
L.A. sanitation worker taunted over perceived homosexuality wins ...

Gunman with rifle opens fire at LAPD near South LA park, prompting massive search
A man armed with a rifle fired several rounds toward Los Angeles police officers Thursday night near a park in South Los Angeles, and police returned fire at the gunman. It's unclear if the shooter was struck by police gunshots. He fled the area ...

Today: In a Divided Nation, the Perfect Game
Members of Congress showed unity on the baseball diamond, but away from the field, as they receive more and more death threats from the public, they're worried about their security. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are ...

Two charged in slaying of homeless man — the third person killed this year in Hollywood
A homeless man and his 17-year-old girlfriend have been arrested and charged with fatally stabbing a man earlier this week near a 101 Freeway onramp in Hollywood. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office filed a murder charge Thursday against ...

For housing affordability, LA is among worst in the country
A new Harvard study shows that Los Angeles compares unfavorably with other cities on home affordability. Richard Vogel/AP. 115818 full. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook. Living in Los Angeles, homebuyers and renters ...

Motorcyclists arrested in beating of Lyft driver on Bay Area freeway
San Francisco police have arrested three motorcyclists and are searching for a fourth in connection with a brutal attack on a Lyft driver on U.S. Highway 101 that was recorded by passing drivers. In a Facebook post announcing the arrests, the ...

'Kelly climbed that aerial ladder to heaven': Mourners recall L.A. ...
'Kelly climbed that aerial ladder to heaven': Mourners recall L.A. ...

Calendar Letters: A transcendent talent
Mark Swed says Yuja Wang is “on the path to becoming one of the world's most important pianists” [“A Thrilling Adventure,” June 5]. I'd go further. I've been through Horowitz, Rubinstein, Van Cliburn, Schnabel. I think Yuja Wang is spectacular beyond ...

L.A. artists prepare to leave converted Fashion District warehouse ...
L.A. artists prepare to leave converted Fashion District warehouse ...

Essential Arts & Culture: About Julius Caesar, the Ojai Music Festival, inequity and tower design
Politics and Shakespeare. The sounds of Ojai. How design and inequity played out in a London fire. I'm Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, with the week's top culture stories: ...

Essential California: Amazon-Whole Foods deal: Is this the revolution we've been waiting for?
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, June 17. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Grocery deal of the century: “This is an earthquake rattling through the grocery sector,” said one ...

Movies events and revivals: June 18-24
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Thirty-five years ago this month, an extremely homely but endearing little alien won the hearts of audiences and smashed box-office records. The movie further enhanced the reputation of director Steven Spielberg, introduced ...

Paddle the strange, saline waters of ancient Mono Lake. And keep an eye out for little critters
Why: It's ancient and lunar. It impressed Mark Twain in the 19th century (he put it in his book "Roughing It") and Pink Floyd in the 20th (they put it on the sleeve of their album "Wish You Were Here"). What: Mono Lake goes back at least 760,000 years ...

Everyone loves LA — and that's the problem
Odd though it may seem, Los Angeles is too lucky for its own good. Sure, the city has its share of problems, as does any metropolis. But it remains a destination for people from around the world, many of them young, skilled and creative. They move here ...

Sizzling Heat Envelops Southland This Weekend
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – Beaches will be packed as temperatures are expected to hit triple-digit territory in the San Fernando and Antelope valleys and come close to doing the same in the Santa Clarita Valley, as the Southland's weekend heat wave ...

Why LA's tech market is working to woo foreign investors
Nearly 10000 foreign-owned companies have businesses in Southern California, including 859 that set up shop just last year.But it's not enough.So nonprofit ...

As temperatures heated up, some chilled out at mass meditation in ...
As temperatures heated up, some chilled out at mass meditation in ...

Surge in Latino homeless population 'a whole new phenomenon' for Los Angeles
Timoteo Arevalos never imagined he'd end up here, loitering for hours on a bench at Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights, using his backpack as his pillow. He used to have a government job, but the recession hit and he was laid off. He then tried to scrape ...

Get enlightened (or disgusted) by the edgy art of the Broad and MOCA in downtown LA
Why: These two museums are on the front lines of contemporary art worldwide, focusing on works made since 1945. They stand within a stone's throw of each other on Grand Avenue. What: The Broad Museum (opened in September 2015 and bankrolled by ...


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