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The week ahead in LA theater, July 16-23: 'Our Great Tchaikovsky' and more
Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes and Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.) Compiled by Matt Cooper. Openings. Kids Koncerts Family-friendly show with Auntie Kayte. Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. Sun., 10:30 a.m. $10 ...

The week ahead in LA classical music, July 16-23: 'Beethoven's Ninth With Dudamel' and more
iPalpiti Soloists in Encinitas Up-and-coming musicians perform. Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas. Sun., 2 p.m. $15. (760) 633-2746. Nixon Library Sunday Concerts Pianist Michael Sellers performs. Richard M. Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba ...

The week ahead in LA dance, July 2-9: 'Fantasm — Odyssey of Dreams' and more
Dancing School Dancers perform the same solo variation, followed by on-the-spot critiques. American Contemporary Ballet, The Bloc, 32nd floor, 700 S. Flower St., L.A. Sun., 4 p.m. $100. (800) 838-3006. Big World Fun Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet ...

Laugh and gawk at campy Mexican wrestlers and the women who love them
Why: Because you won't find this in your local dinner theater. This series of comedy skits and wrestling bouts features slightly plump men in leotards and the saucy women who stalk them. The dancers, meanwhile, are like Venn diagrams of what saloon ...

Guide To The 2017 FYF Fest
FYF Fest is back and better than ever. This year, Angelenos can enjoy it a month earlier than last year and one day longer, too. The now three-day downtown Los Angeles music festival has assembled another stellar multi-genre lineup of exciting ...

City Hall critic pleads no contest to disturbing the peace infraction
An attorney engaged in a controversy with Los Angeles City Hall has pleaded no contest to disturbing the peace, according to court records and city prosecutors. Wayne Spindler, an Encino attorney, entered the plea to the infraction July 7 after the Los ...

California stun-gun robbery spree: 3 women on the loose in LA area ...
California stun-gun robbery spree: 3 women on the loose in LA area ...

LA Observed Notes: Bookstore stays open, NPR pact
Ford-Ampitheatre_TomBonner.jpg The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre reopened Friday after a multi-year upgrade of the Cahuenga Pass venue. Photo: Tom Bonner. Our occasional roundup of news and notes from media sources and our in-box. Between ...

Essential California: The secret life of a USC dean
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Monday, July 17, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The secret life of a USC dean. During his tenure as dean of the USC Keck School of Medicine, Dr. Carmen ...

From Mochi to Bingsoo: A Tour of LA's Best International Frozen Treats
Shiho Yoshikawa has dedicated her life to sweet, cold things. As the chef and co-owner of Sweet Rose Creamery, Yoshikawa is always seeking out inspiration for her own ice cream flavors and dessert creations. And L.A. is a wonderful place to find that ...

Momofuku's David Chang talks about his new LA restaurant, opening this fall in Chinatown
Momofuku's David Chang is finally opening a restaurant in L.A. It will open this fall in Chinatown. (Gabriele Stabile). By Amy ScattergoodContact Reporter. It's hardly a secret that David Chang, whose Momofuku Restaurant Group now includes 12 ...

Rideshare in a Tesla? An LA startup created by a teen has you covered
Tesloop founder Haydn Sonnad, 18, has expanded into Orange County. Tesloop is a Los Angeles-based concept that uses a small fleet of Tesla vehicles to drive passengers. Haydn Sonnad came up with the idea when he was 16. The company now makes ...

Here's the Official Location of the First-Ever Guerrilla Tacos ...
Here's the Official Location of the First-Ever Guerrilla Tacos ...

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week
Flying Lotus and his Brainfeeder label have taken over Cinefamily this week for a program slate of trippy horror shorts and features, including Flying Lotus' (aka Steve's) horror-comedy Kuso. On Monday night, Flying Lotus presents the Japanese cult ...

Audio: Deportation cases, once closed now reopened, up more than ...
Audio: Deportation cases, once closed now reopened, up more than ...

Today: The Return of 'Repeal and Delay'?
Is it better to try and fail, and try and fail and try …? The GOP is back to the drawing board on healthcare. 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 ...

Essential California: Former USC dean no longer seeing patients
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Tuesday, July 18, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Former USC dean no longer seeing patients. The former dean of USC's medical school is on leave and is ...

Raft white water on the South Fork of the American River
Why: Running a river is a signature thrill in California's Gold Country -- a splash of cold water in your face on a 90-degree day. And the South Fork of the American River is a classic place to board a raft for the first time, with evocative scenery ...

Sari Sari Store, the new Filipino stall serving rice bowls at Grand Central market, is now open
From excellent Filipino rice bowls to ice cream in an alley, here's what's happening in the L.A. food and drink world. Bowled over: Like the sound of garlic fried rice topped with bits of crisp pork belly, a fried egg and pickled chiles? Chef Margarita ...

Remember That 2004 Episode Of 'The OC' Where They Go To LA And Meet Paris Hilton? We Do.
In a long, sweaty summer of heat waves and dive bar rebrandings, it's all too easy to forget why you moved to Los Angeles in the first place. Today, we're serving up some early-aughts nostalgia with a recap of the show that made us all susceptible to ...

Reckless driving suspect slams into power pole at end of South LA ...
Reckless driving suspect slams into power pole at end of South LA ...

Where Momofuku Chef David Chang Eats When He's In Los Angeles
By now word is out that David Chang is bringing both Momofuku (under the name North Spring) and Milk Bar to Los Angeles. Furthermore, his love of L.A. is well documented (check out his Instagram if you need more proof). And on a recent episode of Joe ...

They discover, they gentrify, they ruin: How 'progress' is wrecking Los Angeles neighborhoods
A few months ago, on a Sunday morning, I drove from my house near the Venice Pier over to Abbot Kinney Boulevard to meet my cousin for a cup of coffee at Blue Bottle, which is to coffee what the French Laundry is to dinner: peak fetishization. (But yes ...

Another jolt for L.A. schools as civic group seeks a role in fixing ...
Another jolt for L.A. schools as civic group seeks a role in fixing ...

Essential California: Where the magic goes down at Comic-Con
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Wednesday, July 19, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Down at Comic-Con. Hall H in the San Diego Convention Center during Comic-Con International is the ...

LA School Board Members Just Got Yuge Raises. Should We Be Pissed?
What a good time it is to be a public employee in Los Angeles. Weeks after the City Council approved pay raises of up to 22 percent for DWP employees, the Los Angeles Unified School District's Compensation Review Committee went one better by voting to ...

5 Free Art Shows to See in LA This Week
This week, an artist documents her hair loss, and a ceramic snake curls up on a gallery wall. The ladies look the same. A spiderweb with a broken umbrella at its center fills the billboard-sized dropcloth on which Christine Wang painted Speak Truth to ...

LA is a place of empty rivers and full hearts. Here's my guide for a newcomer.
My 26-year-old niece is moving here soon, so I've made a few notes for her about life in Los Angeles: Dear Amy, looking forward to your arrival. I want to warn you that Southern California is a little different. For instance, it is the only American ...

LA Times Asks Why Boyle Heights Coffee Protesters Don't Also Boycott Starbucks
Weeks after crowds of protesters first formed in front of Weird Wave Coffee in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles's newspaper of record has now come in with its own perspective. In a new piece penned yesterday, the Los Angeles Times discusses hot-button issues ...

I Hate New Ice Cream
I learned to speak at the Farmer's Market on Fairfax and 3rd, or Farmie's Market, as I called it, in the late 1980s. I learned by speaking ice cream. My parents would lift me up and sit me on the counters of Gill's and Bennett's and teach me the most ...


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