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It's not clear what will happen to the restaurant, but it probably won't stay the same. [ more › ]
A new downtown pasta bar is serving up a breakfast that may make converts of even the most carb-averse Angelenos. [ more › ]
This beast should be complete in 2018. [ more › ]
Sample some of the best pickles in town, learn about fermenting techniques and lend a hand in making 1,000 pounds of sauerkraut. [ more › ]
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 › ]
Thomas Guilmette was killed when he struck a car inching out into a blind intersection. [ more › ]
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...
The shop will have a basic design and carry about a third of a Whole Foods' usual stock. [ more › ]
A portion of the cost of the earthquake retrofitting could be passed on to tenants. [ more › ]
Ever wondered what that glowing white cross is all about? [ more › ]
Herschel Reynolds allegedly ran down the driver of an SUV he had rear-ended on his motorcycle. [ more › ]
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 › ]
Apparently the women were kicked out for violating the restaurant's 45-minute policy. [ more › ]
Selfie sticks have been banned at the park since June. [ more › ]
The old owner is still fighting eviction by the Chinese buyer of the Hollywood hillside landmark.
The mother survived, though she remains hospitalized with severe injuries. [ more › ]
Desert Trip, the world's first modern festival solely focused on the 70-something rock star demographic, has finally been confirmed. [ more › ]
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...
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...