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After 80 Years, Ice Cream Stall At Original Farmers Market To Close

11 minutes agoUnited States / Los Angeles : LAist

Gill's Old Fashioned claims to have brought Rocky Road and Rum Raisin to generations of Angelenos. [ more › ]

L.A. Premiere Of 'A Dog's Purpose' Cancelled Following Allegations Of Animal Abuse

43 minutes agoUnited States / Los Angeles : LAist

A disturbing video depicting a frightened German Shepherd being forced into rushing waters surfaced earlier this week. [ more › ]

ICYMI: A Russian Nightclub Is Already Celebrating Trump's Inauguration

Plus, OC kids heading to the inauguration, Brett Ratner gets his star, The Boss stops by the White House for a secret show, and much more! [ more › ]

Where To Protest On Inauguration Day In Los Angeles

The big protest starts at 11 a.m. at Olympic and Fig. [ more › ]

U.S. Department of Transportation To Investigate Civil Rights Complaints Made Against Metro

The transportation agency is accused of handing out a disproportionate number of citations to black riders. [ more › ]

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles

Comedy, music and art events get political this week. [ more › ]

Actor Miguel Ferrer Dead At 61

His more recent works included television series such as 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'Crossing Jordan,' and 'Twin Peaks.' [ more › ]

'Split' A Reminder That M. Night Shaymalan Is A Master Of Suspense

While the movie is rife with thrills, there's also an undertow of grace and empathy. [ more › ]

Op-Ed: Why Sheriff Jim McDonnell's Promise To Immigrants Wasn't Enough

Two activists respond to Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonell's promise to immigrants. [ more › ]

Sumo Dog Brings Japanese Hot Dogs And Soy Milk Soft Serve To Koreatown

Free hot dogs for the first 100 folks to show up when they open today at 11:30 a.m. [ more › ]

Everything You Need To Know About The L.A. Women's March

A guide to getting there, participating, and knowing your rights. [ more › ]

Teachers Union Rallies Outside Hundreds Of LAUSD Schools, Tells Students They Are Safe

"This is a safe place and [students] don't need to be afraid of Donald Trump." [ more › ]

The Eclectic Steve Allen Theater In Hollywood To Close In July

The show that put them on the map was 'Hollywood Hellhouse,' which used the script of an actual 'hell house' written by a pastor in Colorado. [ more › ]

ICYMI: All Pixar Movies Really Do Exist In The Same Universe

Plus, the New York Times profiles LACMA director Michael Govan, another Ladurée opens in L.A., and more! [ more › ]

Alias Books To Close Its Doors After More Than 50 Years

"A used bookstore is a reflection of the owner and the people who work there." [ more › ]

A Map Librarian's Gastronomic Guide To Boyle Heights

Los Angeles Public Library's longtime map librarian Glen Creason explores the geography of Boyle Heights through the neighborhood's culinary landscape. [ more › ]

Dov Charney Dishes On The End Of American Apparel

"American Apparel failed because of corruption and incompetence," Charney said in an interview. [ more › ]

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