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A Sign of Hope: "Stagnant" Rents in Once-Hot DTLA
The onetime magnet for the homeless has become, in the span of 10 years, a magnet for the young and wealthy, with median two-bedroom rents reaching $3,350 last year. Buoyed by South Park, the Old Bank District, and the Arts District, DTLA has become ...

Film academy releases new renderings of its museum on the Miracle Mile
The base of the museum's new theater will be wrapped in concrete panels and will connect to the old May Company building via glass bridges. Renzo Piano Building Workship/L'Autre Image, all renderings and photos courtesy of Academy of Motion Picture ...

NY Post Restaurant Critic Complains That LA Doesn't Have a Single Food Truck
New York Post restaurant critic Steve Cuozzo has been in Los Angeles for a few days now, and like most New Yorkers traipsing the West Coast he's getting some pretty crucial food facts very, very wrong. Mainly he just can't seem to find any food trucks ...

New Valley Village Sichuan Restaurant Is Comparable to SGV's Best
The concentration of immigrant communities throughout the Greater Los Angeles area lends to biases formed about specific neighborhoods. For Korean food, it stands to reason one might head to Koreatown. For Sichuan cuisine, it's generally accepted that ...

Gov. Brown Approves New Bill That Allows Cities to Enact ...
Gov. Brown Approves New Bill That Allows Cities to Enact ...

L.A. County now has 58,000 homeless people. So why are there ...
L.A. County now has 58,000 homeless people. So why are there ...

Essential California: ICE targets 'sanctuary cities,' including L.A. and ...
Essential California: ICE targets 'sanctuary cities,' including L.A. and ...

Los Angeles ranks No. 5 nationally in return on investment for long-term homeowners
Los Angeles homeowners who sold last year after holding on to their homes for a long period of time saw sizable returns on their investments. The typical Los Angeles home seller made $200,000 on the sale of a home in 2016 after owning it for a median ...

Traditional values in a 21st century dating scene? Say your prayers
On Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Jews read a poem known by its first two words in Hebrew, “Unetaneh Tokef,” which translates to “let us cede power.” The begging and most vivid part of the poem begins: “On Rosh Hashana it is written, and on Yom Kippur ...

10 Cheap and Free Things to Do in LA This Week
A free art fest in the Valley, a chance to play with clay at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, a free mole fest in Grand Park, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 8 bucks or less. Horror! Action! Comedy! Beyond Fest brings together new and ...

Why Angelina Jolie, Taylor Swift and More Are Renovating LA's Historic Mansions
Stars are restoring pedigreed L.A. palaces as top architects take on "sensitive" projects where costs can balloon to $1,000 per square foot. In the ongoing battle for the soul of Los Angeles, a growing coalition of the city's most prominent homeowners ...

Delicious: La Feria de los Moles at Grand Park
Sauces aplenty are the stars of the scrumptious day out. Prefer yours slightly sweet or with deep chile undertones? Be in Grand Park on Sunday, Oct. 1. Without question or quibble, you want them all. You crave the mole that has a fiery, chile-rich kick ...

Garcetti is increasingly traveling outside California, raising eyebrows back in LA
One day after securing the 2028 Olympics in Peru this month, Mayor Eric Garcetti greeted reporters on a noisy tarmac at Los Angeles International Airport. It was an appropriate setting for Garcetti, whose travels have taken him to Atlanta, Phoenix ...

Photographer captures Los Angeles' homeless in powerful photo ...
Photographer captures Los Angeles' homeless in powerful photo ...

Hot Property: Fall is in the air
Autumn may not be the busiest time of the year for home sales, but there's still plenty of transaction action among the rich and famous. This week's collection brings you entertainment show hosts, pro athletes and a drummer whose very association with ...

Think you might challenge that marijuana shop's city license? LA might stand in your way
Los Angeles might restrict who can lodge appeals when marijuana businesses get city licenses, blocking challenges from people who do not live, work or own property nearby. The controversial idea was tucked into draft rules that would lay the groundwork ...

Essential California: Where in the world is Mayor Garcetti?
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, Sept. 30. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Where in the world is Mayor Garcetti? One day after securing the 2028 Olympics for Los Angeles in ...

Coastal Commission will consider relaxing L.A.'s 30-year-old beach ...
Coastal Commission will consider relaxing L.A.'s 30-year-old beach ...

Assembly hopefuls asking for Los Angeles votes on Tuesday
A flood of candidates are seeking to fill the Assembly seat once held by Jimmy Gomez, who left the California Legislature to serve in Congress earlier this year, and Los Angeles voters have a chance to start sorting through them in Tuesday's primary ...

This couple put art before income. But creativity doesn't pay the rent in today's LA
In Arleta, a 64-year-old woman pays $1,100 a month — her entire income — for three meals a day and a bed in one-half of a converted garage. In Pasadena, a blind 59-year-old woman has lived without a functioning stove for years and is being forced out ...

After 27 years in a warehouse, a once-censored mural rises in LA's Union Station
Barbara Carrasco's 43-panel mural "L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective (1981)" is now on view at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times). By Deborah VankinContact Reporter · Art · Arts and Culture ...

Among LA's homeless a photographer finds words can leave a lasting impression
Some wanted nothing to do with the burly photographer who stood before them. But many others grasped the opportunity and the words flowed. They wrote in bold print or in fancy cursive, in short phrases or in one or two sentences. “I miss cooking for my ...


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