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Aaron Paley to step down as head of CicLAvia

The CicLAvia organization will conduct a national search for an executive director.

Los Angeles craft breweries take home medals

The results of the 2015 Los Angeles International Commercial Beer Competition are in, and the list of winners is heavy with SoCal breweries and brewpubs, including a dozen wins for L.A.-area craft beer producers.

Bulletproof opening butter coffee cafe in Santa Monica

If you were wearing a blindfold while trying your first cup of Bulletproof Coffee, you might have trouble figuring out what makes it so different.

Hillary Clinton to hold first Hollywood fundraisers May 7

Hollywood is getting ready to pitch in for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign.

Dr. Oz fires back at his critics--with misdirection and an absurd defense

Those who feared that the TV medical show host Dr. Mehmet Oz would only profit from a recent call by a group of 10 doctors for Columbia University to dump him from its faculty  have turned out to be absolutely correct.

Armenian genocide: 'Multiply my dad's story a million and a half times'

A giant wreath was placed by the  Armenian genocide memorial plaque at the Glendale Community College on Thursday as a procession of a few hundred students and faculty watched.

'Children of the Stone' a moving look at music's power in Palestine

A shipping container bound for Palestine holds cargo worth half a million dollars — not military hardware or food aid but musical instruments. This is the gripping material of Sandy Tolan's moving and diligently told new book, "Children of the Stone." Whereas his 2006 book, "The Lemon Tree," told...

A second lion escapes the Santa Monica Mountains over 101

P-32 is the first male to successfully disperse from the mountains across the freeway. His sister did it a month earlier.

L.A. prosecutors to use Nextdoor app to strengthen ties with residents

Los Angeles city prosecutors will use a highly valued social media app to post about their efforts to combat polluters, school violence and illegal medical dispensaries and to field grievances.

Metro Will Write You An Excuse Letter If They Make You Late

Boss thinks you're lying? Metro will write you an official letter. [ more › ]

Hope Solo's husband wants to move forward after DUI in U.S. soccer van

Former NFL player Jerramy Stevens -- the husband of U.S. soccer star Hope Solo -- said Friday he wants to move his life in a positive direction after he was convicted of drunk driving at the wheel of a U.S. soccer van.

Pomona Valley hospital chosen as L.A. County's newest trauma center

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center has been chosen by Los Angeles County officials as the county's newest trauma center to serve the East San Gabriel Valley. 

Baseball: Malibu coach serves one-game suspension

Malibu baseball Coach Ari Jacobs is set to return to directing his team at practice Friday after serving a one-game suspension, along with an assistant coach, for having a beer while the team was participating in the San Diego Lions tournament earlier this season, Jacobs confirmed.

Jane Lynch is cheery over musical comedy tour 'See Jane Sing'

Jane Lynch is not one to overly plan out her life. When she began theater and comedy in Chicago in 1986, never did she imagine she'd be on television and movie screens years later. But her go-with-the-flow attitude has served her well, judging by her Golden Globe and Emmy for playing the hilariously...

Blake Lively's 'Age of Adaline' is pretty but not timeless, reviews say

New romantic fantasy "The Age of Adaline" stars Blake Lively as a 29-year-old woman who suffers a freak accident in the 1930s and never ages past that point, cursing her with everlasting beauty but emotional solitude.

Delay, scarcity fuel insane ticket prices for Mayweather-Pacquiao

The mad rush to acquire tickets to watch Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight on May 2 is creating a frenzied marketplace.

Sweeney Todd opens at Monroe Forum Theatre in NoHo

Sondheim fans will really enjoy this production.  New to Sondheim, well Kristin Towers-Rowles diection of “Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street” is a great introduction.  She did a pretty terrific if not out right amazing job fitting this production into the small square platform of a theater that is the El Portal.  Meant […]

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