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2 LAFD firefighters injured in condominium fire in Chatsworth
Two Los Angeles firefighters were injured Tuesday while tackling a blaze that ripped through four condominiums in Chatsworth. The firefighters suffered non-life-threatening injures as they battled the wind-driven fire, according to Brian Humphrey ...

Amid Fireworks And Heat, Crews Battle Blazes Across Southland
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – Hot, dry conditions and fireworks proved to a potent combination for brush fires, as hundreds of firefighters found themselves battling dozens of fires across the Southland overnight Tuesday. The San Bernardino County Fire ...

5 Free Art Shows to See in LA This Week
This week, a rooster works out in an electric chair, an ocean liner collides with a sofa, and an Italian artist in her 90s finally gets her due. The nuttiest among us. A ship crashes into a porcelain sofa that Richard Shaw made in 1971, and two brown ...

Hillside perch takes in views from Mount Washington
This recently refurbished three-level compound with detached guest unit is in L.A.'s Mount Washington area. Multiple outdoor areas provide spaces to relax, dine and entertain while taking in canyon vistas. Contemporary design, high-end finishes and a ...

Filipino Cuisine Continues to Grow in Los Angeles, and More AM Intel
LAist has a retrospective on Filipino food culture in LA, followed by a tight set of restaurants and eateries that feature homestyle cooking in town. It's a nice look at one of LA's most unsung cuisines and ethnic enclaves, with light shed on places ...

What 20 LA Neighborhoods Look Like Through The Eyes Of Metro Artists
“The cityscape was created with a collage photographs I took while walking along Santa Monica Blvd. I stitched together Russian Jewish iconography to evoke a spirited sense of history, and by creating a continuous fabric of color, life, and joy using ...

After more than 10 years on the run, suspected LA hospital molester is captured in Guatemala
A nursing assistant charged with molesting multiple women at a Los Angeles hospital has been captured in Guatemala, more than a decade after he skipped bail and vanished, police announced Wednesday. Ramon Gaspar, 48, was arrested in Guatemala ...

LA bars could stay open longer if new state bill is approved
Right now, 2:00 a.m. is last call time throughout the state, but a bill proposed by State Senator Scott Wiener seeks to give individual communities more leeway to set hours as they see fit. This week, the bill cleared the Assembly Governmental ...

Essential California: The Pug Queen of LA and a rescue dog from Iran
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Thursday, July 6, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The Pug Queen of L.A. and a rescue dog from Iran. Katy Kargosha recently traveled to Iran to rescue a ...

Scope out Steamer Lane and the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum
What: To appreciate the Steamer Lane surf break, you need not get wet. You don't even have to duck into the little red brick lighthouse, which was converted into the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum in 1986. (But it would be silly not to.) Just scoping out ...

Young Couple Arrested After Wild Chase Into OC, LA Robbery Spree
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A young couple is in custody Thursday after a wild crime spree throughout northeast Los Angeles ended in a chase and crash in Orange County. After police say they robbed several people with a sawed-off shotgun ...

20 Best Things to Do in LA This Week
Free dance lessons in Grand Park, a Morrissey cruise, a celebration of bad gay movies, and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 7/7. There are only a handful of dances you don't really need natural rhythm or more than a modicum of coordination to ...

The NRA puts architecture, and LA, in the crosshairs
Here's a current-events quiz of a truly depressing kind: What do Walt Disney Concert Hall, the shiny, stainless-steel Bean sculpture in Chicago's Millennium Park and the headquarters of the New York Times have in common? The short answer is that they ...

Plumber Joins Pickup Chase on Streets Northeast of Downtown Los Angeles
Authorities chased the driver of a gray pickup truck Thursday morning on freeways and streets. The driver also encountered a plumber's truck, who followed the pickup during the later part of the chase before the driver entered a house. Video broadcast ...

This Outdoor Guatemalan Market Is LA's Undiscovered Street Food Star
It's 5 p.m. in LA's Little Central America and a slight man is inching a weighty food cart up Bonnie Brae Street, nearly parallel to the sidewalk, dug in like an offensive lineman as he muscles his way up to 6th street. Others arrive with shopping ...

Essential California: She was his rock. Now a former NFL player is accused of killing his mother
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Friday, July 7, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. A tragic tale. In recent years, former teammates of De'von Hall worried he would snap. More than five ...

California Today: A Plan to Cool Down LA
Workers applied a so-called cool pavement in Los Angeles's Canoga Park neighborhood in May. Credit Greg Spotts. Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here's the sign-up.) On sweltering summer days, dark asphalt soaks up the sun and ...

Light a beach bonfire at Bolsa Chica in Huntington Beach
Why: It's elementary. Homo sapiens like sitting on sand, watching water lap the shore while a bonfire crackles in a light breeze. What: Bolsa Chica State Beach is a prime beach bonfire destination, 3 miles long, with 200 fire rings available nightly ...

7 Cheap and Free Things to Do in LA This Week
A massive craft fair in a Chinatown park, a celebration of our most beloved condiment, a $4 screening of Kazan's Viva Zapata!, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 11 bucks or less. There are only a handful of dances you don't really need ...

131-year-old heat record in downtown LA could fall on Saturday, forecasters say
The records are set up, ready to fall like dominoes if forecasters' predictions prove accurate for Southern California's heat wave this weekend. On Friday, the National Weather Service expects heat records for July 7 in at least six parts of Los ...

Authorities say the 2009 killing of a prominent LA lawyer could be linked to another slaying in Whittier
For nearly eight years, the slaying of prominent attorney Jeffrey Tidus has remained a mystery. But in recent months, Los Angeles County sheriff's detectives have been running down fresh leads in the killing, which occurred outside the civil litigator ...

LA, OC strike teams assist in 3400-acre San Luis Obispo brush fire
Cal Fire in San Luis Obispo tweeted out an image of a fast-moving blaze dubbed the Alamo Fire in San Luis Obispo County on Friday, July 7, 2017. (KABC). KABC. Friday, July 07, 2017 08:06PM. SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (KABC) --. Los Angeles and Orange ...

Essential California: With only one left, iconic 'running immigrants' road sign borders on extinct
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, July 8. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. A sign of the times. Once, so many immigrants crossing illegally into the United States through the ...

Valley Invitational Baseball League playoffs begin Monday
The summer baseball season ends this coming week in the Valley Invitational Baseball League, with playoffs set to begin Monday in the single-elimination 14-team league. The championship game will be next Saturday at Burroughs. Opening games: Crespi ...

Play with plastic in Legoland
Why: Little plastic, interlocking bricks. They're hard to resist, especially when deployed to mimic the White House or the Golden Gate Bridge. Especially when you're 8, but sometimes when you're 48. What: Legoland California, in Carlsbad, is at once ...

6 Things That Have Invaded Los Angeles
Los Angeles has and continues to be ripe for invasions of all kinds. Whether the reason be the city's strategic location on the Pacific Rim, its agreeable weather or its reflexive liberalism, L.A. has long drawn invaders of every kind to its soil. Here ...

Heat warnings remain in effect for much of Southern California
Excessive heat warnings remained in effect Saturday for much of Southern California, as the region struggles through the third of the latest heat wave, according to forecasters. Triple-digit temperatures are expected in inland and valley areas, while a ...

UPDATE: Heat wave breaks 131-year-old L.A. record – Orange ...
UPDATE: Heat wave breaks 131-year-old L.A. record – Orange ...

When it comes to LA development projects, does anyone really care what the neighbors think?
On Thursday evening, as the sun sank and the air cooled, neighbors on Butler Avenue in West Los Angeles were starting to come outside. Cameron Neff, who inherited a house last year from his grandparents, bumped into his neighbor Paul Fitzgerald, ...

How Angelenos invented the LA summer — in the beginning was the barbecue
Summer wasn't handed to Los Angeles, all its parts in place. The season's icons — from barbecue to baseball — seem permanent, but they were never a given. Angelenos rescued some from the past and devised others; we imported, co-opted and ...


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