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The Santa Monica Museum Of Art Is Moving To The Arts District

The new spot is located in an old garment manufacturing facility in the Arts District. [ more › ]

Photos: A Century Of L.A. Moms

Cycle through a hundred years of our city's history in moments, and see mothers from all walks of life and corners of Los Angeles. [ more › ]

San Miguel Island reopening to hikers after two-year closure

San Miguel Island, the most remote of California's Channel Islands, is reopening to the public after a two-year closure, the National Park Service has announced. The island, set to reopen May 17, was closed due to concerns over old weaponry and unexploded ammunition from nearly three decades of...

California: Environmental Leader or Liar?

California is supposedly the nation's green trailblazer, but it's also the third largest oil-drilling state, with Los Angeles having more urban wells (over a thousand) than of any other U.S. city. Warren E & P drill site, smack in the middle of homes in Wilmington, South Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Flash flooding, lightning possible as late spring storm rolls through L.A. County

A cold, wet storm will linger over Los Angeles County through the weekend, bringing the possibility of thunderstorms and flash flooding to mountain communities. Residents living in the Antelope Valley, Cuyama Valley, Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties could see dangerous lightning,...

George Takei Compares Vilification of Muslims to That of the Japanese

Photo: George Takei Photo Credit: Jeremy Bamidele "You (Muslims) are now being vilified. You are now smelling that stench of irrational fear, and its very important that we all join our voices together as one and particularly for usShow More Summary

Decomposed bodies found in Santa Clarita home; no foul play suspected

The decomposed bodies of a man and a woman were found in their Santa Clarita home Thursday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Homicide detectives found the bodies in the 19000 block of Pleasantdale Street about 6 p.m. Thursday after a caller said the residents had not been...

Land Ho! An Introvert's Paradise Nestled In A Sea Of Blue

Ah, peace and quiet: the luxurious yet elusive antidote to city chaos, the blaring horns of snarled traffic, and that upstairs neighbor who definitely opened a competitive late-night bowling league in his kitchen. We all know that closing your door isn't always enough to invite peace and quiet to hang out and stay awhile. Show More Summary

Earthquake: 3.2 quake strikes near Valle Vista

A shallow magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Thursday night four miles from Valle Vista, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 11:19 p.m. PDT at a depth of 9.3 miles. According to the USGS, the epicenter was eight miles from Hemet and San Jacinto. In the last...

Tribune Publishing slides toward parody

Ferro's secret plan to monetize his new toy includes LA Times bureaus in Lagos, Moscow and Mumbai. But nothing for LA or California.

Still just Burbank Airport to many of us

Bob Hope has been a dumb name for an airport for 12 years. So they are going with Hollywood Burbank (again.)

Grim Sleeper convicted almost 8 years after getting his name

A 2008 LA Weekly piece by Christine Pelisek named the serial killer responsible for murdering perhaps dozens of South Los Angeles women.

Clinton slams Trump's immigration plans, nudges Sanders to exit race in L.A. stops

In front of a heavily Latino crowd in East Los Angeles, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton on Thursday castigated Donald Trump for reiterating his controversial plans to deport millions of immigrants after he became the presumptive GOP nominee earlier this week. “Every election is a choice,”...

Glass Menagerie opens at Sierra Madre Playhouse

This  Tennessee Williams play is one of my favorites and I remember it well from my days in school.  Its the tale of a young man torn between duties to family and a sickly sister and yearning to be free and make his own mark in the world.  There’s tension, drama and heartfelt humor.  The […]

San Francisco proposes $8 million to find a fix for quake-vulnerable sea wall

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has proposed spending $8 million to find a solution to the earthquake-vulnerable sea wall that holds up the city’s famed Embarcadero waterfront. The decision, announced Wednesday, comes after new studies found the sea wall, which stretches from Fisherman’s Wharf past...

Man with gunshot wounds crashes his car and dies in Tarzana carport

A man suffering from multiple gunshots crashed his car into a parking structure in Tarzana, stepped out of the vehicle and died, police said Thursday. The crash occurred in the 18600 block of Hatteras Street about 2:15 p.m., said Los Angeles Police Officer Matthew Ludwig. Someone reported seeing...

Arsenio Hall Sues Sinead O'Connor Over Claim He Supplied Prince With Drugs

O'Connor also accuses Hall of spiking her drink at Eddie Murphy's house "years ago." [ more › ]

Legendary Mariachi Restaurant La Fonda Returns Home And Looks Towards Its Future

"La Fonda is a family home, for everybody coming from everywhere, anywhere who want to experience it." [ more › ]

San Bernardino County plans to create a memorial to the terror attack victims

A group created by San Bernardino County is planning a memorial to the victims of the Dec. 2 terror attack that left 14 people dead.  A committee of victims’ relatives, county workers who witnessed the shooting and others has been meeting regularly to determine a location for the memorial and what...

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