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Photos: Saying Goodbye To Yamashiro

It's not clear what will happen to the restaurant, but it probably won't stay the same. [ more › ]

Photos: Pasta Is The New Breakfast At Knead & Co. In Grand Central Market

A new downtown pasta bar is serving up a breakfast that may make converts of even the most carb-averse Angelenos. [ more › ]

There's A Pickle Party Happening At Grand Central Market This Month

Sample some of the best pickles in town, learn about fermenting techniques and lend a hand in making 1,000 pounds of sauerkraut. [ more › ]

Juvenile Solitary Confinement Has Been Banned In L.A. County

Numerous studies have shown that placing juveniles in solitary confinement not only causes long-lasting psychological damage but also leads to higher recidivism rates. [ more › ]

L.A. Ordered To Pay $23.7 Million To Family Of Man Killed At Blind Intersection

Thomas Guilmette was killed when he struck a car inching out into a blind intersection. [ more › ]

Grim Sleeper serial killer trial: Defense suggests a relative could be the murderer

An attorney for the man accused of murdering 10 people in the so-called Grim Sleeper serial killer trial accused prosecutors Tuesday of building a deceptive case against his client and argued that a relative or close associate could have carried out the slayings. Defense attorney Seymour Amster...

Silver Lake's 365 By Whole Foods Market Will Have Lower Prices & Shorter Shelves

The shop will have a basic design and carry about a third of a Whole Foods' usual stock. [ more › ]

Thousands Of Apartments Will Need To Be Earthquake Retrofitted Soon

A portion of the cost of the earthquake retrofitting could be passed on to tenants. [ more › ]

Video: The History Of The Ford Theatre And Hollywood's White Cross

Ever wondered what that glowing white cross is all about? [ more › ]

Driver From Donut-Spinning Chase Arrested For Road Rage Incident At UCLA

Herschel Reynolds allegedly ran down the driver of an SUV he had rear-ended on his motorcycle. [ more › ]

Los Angeles Chefs Had A Hell Of A Night At The James Beard Awards

Coveted medals went to three L.A. chefs: Suzanne Goin of Lucques, Dahlia Narvaez of Osteria Mozza and Animal's Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo. [ more › ]

Urth Caffé Sued By Seven Muslim Women Alleging Discimination

Apparently the women were kicked out for violating the restaurant's 45-minute policy. [ more › ]

Disneyland Ride Shut Down After Rider Pulls Out Selfie Stick

Selfie sticks have been banned at the park since June. [ more › ]

Yamashiro closure plan leaves weddings in disarray

The old owner is still fighting eviction by the Chinese buyer of the Hollywood hillside landmark.

Man Accused Of Stabbing 2-Year-Old To Death, Wounding His Pregnant Girlfriend

The mother survived, though she remains hospitalized with severe injuries. [ more › ]

Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, The Who & Rogers Waters Will Play "Desert Trip" Festival

Desert Trip, the world's first modern festival solely focused on the 70-something rock star demographic, has finally been confirmed. [ more › ]

Facebook faux pas: Ethics complaint filed over link to San Diego mayor's campaign page

Visitors to Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s page on San Diego's newly redesigned city website were directed for some time to a Facebook account created to get him re-elected. According to a complaint filed by Sara Kent with the state Fair Political Practices Commission, the link on Faulconer’s city page...

Former FBI agent admits to stealing money seized in drug probes to buy cars and plastic surgery

Nearly two weeks before he was to go on trial, a former FBI agent pleaded guilty Monday to stealing more than $136,000 in cash that had been seized during drug investigations. Former special agent Scott M. Bowman admitted to using the cash to fund a lavish spending spree on items including plastic...

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