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Planning Commission signs off on Fashion District's first high-rise
Over objections from Skid Row residents worried about displacement, the Los Angeles Planning Commission on Thursday threw its support behind a 33-story residential tower proposed for Seventh and Maple. The high-rise would be the tallest building ever ...

The Mighty Adds Muscle to Downtown's Already Strong Dining Scene
One of Los Angeles's most anticipated fall restaurants is ready for a big reveal, as The Mighty comes launching into Downtown on Monday. The latest project from partners Quinn and Karen Hatfield (Sycamore Kitchen, Odys + Penelope), The Mighty hopes to ...

Charges against school board president stun L.A.'s education world ...
Charges against school board president stun L.A.'s education world ...

Over 200 pot businesses 'aiming high' at Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo
With recreational marijuana set to become legal in California in just a few months, this year's Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo was bigger than ever. (KABC). KABC. By Rob Hayes. Thursday, September 14, 2017 06:46PM. DOWNTOWN LOS ...

Friday's TV highlights: '11th Annual ACM Honors' on CBS
Masters of Illusion Ed Alonzo, Scott Pepper, Jason Bishop, Tommy Wind, Jarrett and Raja, Murray SawChuck, Adam Wylie (“Picket Fences”) and Jonathan Pendragon are the illusionists introduced by host Dean Cain. 8 p.m. KTLA. Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives ...

Months after controversial LA 'road diets,' group launches campaign to recall Councilman Mike Bonin
A group of Westside residents announced a recall campaign agains L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin over sudden lane reductions and parking reconfigurations on Vista Del Mar earlier this year that backed up traffic and irked commuters before being ...

Critics frustrated by 'road diets' launch effort to recall LA Councilman Mike Bonin
Four months after Los Angeles officials eliminated more than 9 miles of Westside traffic lanes in an attempt to reduce fatal collisions, critics have launched an effort to recall City Councilman Mike Bonin, who supported the street projects. Clad in ...

10 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
A book signing with musical comedian Demetri Martin, a free museum day in celebration of PST: LA/LA, a show with advice from kids, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. This year, Demetri Martin made his directorial debut with ...

Meet Hazel Glab: The Murderous Media Darling of 1930s LA
March 23, 1936: Hazel Glab and her attorney, S. S. Hahn, are shown in court waiting for the verdict of the jury on charges that Mrs. Glab murdered her husband on a dark night eight years prior. ((Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library Photo ...

Cassell's, Trejo's Tacos, Urth Caffe, and More Confirmed For LAX ...
Cassell's, Trejo's Tacos, Urth Caffe, and More Confirmed For LAX ...

'Lost LA' Returns For A Second Season Next Month: LAist
Lost LA, KCET's fantastic TV deep dive into Los Angeles history, will return for a second season on October 10th. Hosted by public historian extraordinaire ...

Downtown LA vacancy rate hits 17-year high
Waves of new fancy apartments in Downtown LA have helped bring the neighborhood's vacancy rate to its highest level in nearly two decades. It's now 12 percent—the highest recorded by real estate data firm CoStar since 2000, KPPC reported today. With ...

This Los Angeles incubator wants to jumpstart the green economy
There's a part of Los Angeles, just east of downtown, called the Arts District. Once rundown, it's now trendy and increasingly expensive. But in between the lofts ...

Hundreds celebrate Latin American independence days in downtown Los Angeles
Hundreds of people gathered in the streets outside of City Hall in downtown Los Angeles Friday to celebrate the independence days of Mexico and six other Latin American countries. (KABC). KABC. Saturday, September 16, 2017 12:16AM. DOWNTOWN ...

LA's Red Hot Chili Peppers, Weezer wow at KAABOO Del Mar
Screen behind lead singer Anthony Kiedis shows Red Hot Chili Peppers at KAABOO Del Mar. Photo by Chris Stone. Led by LA-born Weezer and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the three-day KAABOO Del Mar music, comedy, art and food festival opened Friday ...

Hear about the tract house that went for $800000 above asking? Welcome to California 2017
The population of California was just above 10 million when I joined the party in 1953. Today we've got nearly four times as many residents, or just short of 40 million. Is that too many people? Plenty of folks think so, judging by the reaction I get ...

Electric vehicles — from motorcycles to cars — light up LA event ...
Electric vehicles — from motorcycles to cars — light up LA event ...

Calendar Letters: Not PC, but it's still art
Regarding “Frankly, My Dear, You're Racist” [Sept. 6]: Censoring or even destroying art that is no longer politically correct is itself a crime against humanity. England lost over half its art during the Reformation. Everything from statues to tombs ...

'Sanctuary State' Bill: LA Sheriff, LAPD Chief Weigh In On Revamped Version
It is anticipated that Gov. Jerry Brown will sign Senate Bill 54, also known as the "California Values Act." 0. By California Patch (Patch Staff) - Updated September 16, 2017 10:58 pm ET. 0. 'Sanctuary State' Bill: LA Sheriff, LAPD Chief Weigh In On ...

Why didn't school board president Ref Rodriguez just write himself a big check?
When news broke that Los Angeles school board president Ref Rodriguez was caught up in a criminal case over his campaign contributions, friends and foes alike were baffled. Rodriguez, who won his school board seat in 2015, legally could have poured as ...

A struggling South LA mall is about to get a $700-million upgrade. Here's why residents are worried
Justin Jackson jumped at the chance to move his photography studio from downtown L.A.'s Arts District into a historic black community off Crenshaw Boulevard where he grew up. Encouraged by the prospect of new development and increased foot traffic, ...

The week ahead in LA theater, Sept. 17-24: 'Fixed,' 'The Red Shoes' and more
Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes (P.B.), F. Kathleen Foley (F.K.F.), Charles McNulty (C.M.) and Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.). Openings. Big Night An actor and nominee deals with demands on his time and attention from family and others on Oscar night ...

The week ahead in LA classical music, Sept. 17-24: Joshua Bell, Los Angeles Master Chorale and more
Beethoven's Fifth Revealed Pacific Symphony performs Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 plus the final scene from Wagner's “Die Walküre” featuring bass-baritone Greer Grimsley. Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 ...

1 Dead, 1 Wounded When Gunfire Erupts In East Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of one man, and wounding of a second man. The incident unfolded just after 2 a.m. Sunday in the 4100 block of Floral ...

Man Suspected Of Wielding Knife, Wandering I-5 Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting
BOYLE HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say a man wielding a knife and wandering a thoroughfare in Los Angeles was killed in an officer-involved shooting overnight Sunday. The incident unfolded on the northbound lanes of the 5 Freeway in Boyle ...

Angry Westside drivers want to recall City Councilmember Mike Bonin
A group of Westside residents angered over a series of recent lane reductions and pedestrian-oriented projects in the area is launching a campaign to recall Councilmember Mike Bonin, a strong supporter of the changes. As the Los Angeles Times reports, ...

A California businessman is a suspect in 3 execution-style slayings in LA and Las Vegas, police say
The killings — hundreds of miles and several years apart — seemed unrelated. An entrepreneur found shot to death in his Las Vegas home. A prominent attorney killed by a bullet to the head in his Rolling Hills Estates driveway. A father slain in front ...

Essential California: San Diego confronts a hepatitis outbreak, in the shadow of a homeless crisis
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Monday, Sept. 18, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Hepatitis outbreak fear. Though Los Angeles has so far escaped an outbreak of hepatitis A like the one ...

LA's Housing Crisis Is Now the Nation's Housing Crisis
To kick off of an awareness campaign called the Renter Week of Action this week, a number of organizations released an analysis of the city's and nation's increasing rent burdens, noting in a summary that renters from coast to coast now "face a toxic ...

Shots fired at LA marijuana dispensary, man inside is arrested
Shots were fired Sunday, Sept. 18, 2017, at a marijuana dispensary on the 4800 block of West Adams Boulevard in the West Adams area of Los Angeles. A man inside the dispensary was arrested. (Google Maps). By Steve Rosenberg ...


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