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Santa Cruz will mourn for Maddy by howling like her beloved wolves

The mother of Madyson "Maddy" Middleton, an 8-year-old Santa Cruz girl who was murdered this week, is calling on the community to honor her daughter, who loved wolves, by howling at Friday's blue moon, CBS reported.

Man called Israeli organized crime leader gets prison for drug trafficking, extortion

A Tarzana man who prosecutors say was a leader of an Israeli crime organization was sentenced Friday in federal court to 32 years in prison for drug trafficking, money laundering and extortion.

American Journalism Review to cease publication

AJR has been published for 38 years. The print magazine shut down two years ago.

The Most Popular Flowers in Southern California to use in Summer Arrangements

By Brooke Wetzel, florist on BloomNation and Owner of The Plum Dahlia in Los Angeles, CA People say there aren't seasons in Southern California, but florists know that we definitely have them. Summer means glorious dahlias and colored local hydrangea. Show More Summary

Westwood is for Bikes Too

Dear Paul: LA City Councilman Paul Koretz that is. Say it ain't so! How sobering to read in the LA Times and The Daily Bruin that you now not only oppose bike lanes on Westwood Blvd but also want to strike the planned lanes from the City's Mobility Plan. Show More Summary

Always-Patsy Cline and the blogathon soft open

Always-Patsy Cline the production kicking of the 2015-2016 season at the Sierra Madre Playhouse officially opens this weekend to a sold out crowd.  SOLD OUT. As a board member I’m involved in a lot of aspects behind the scene’s.  JozJozJoz,  metblogs/blogging.la CEO is an official tweeter for the L.A. Opera and that was the germ of […]

Soon You Can See Movies On A Theater Rooftop

There's something different coming to our city: outdoor movie screenings on the rooftop of an old Hollywood theater. [ more › ]

Moody Thriller 'Phoenix' Is One Of The Year's Best Films

Sometimes all it takes it some tightly constructed human drama and an outstanding performance to throw the biggest punch, as is the case in Christian Petzold's 'Phoenix.' [ more › ]

Bodycam Video Shows Badass Firefighters Putting Out Blazing Home

Bodycam footage captures a firefighter working to putting out a blazing home in Victorville. [ more › ]

These Videos Of Storm Clouds Moving Through L.A. Are Mesmerizing

Storm clouds through SoCal made for some great time lapse videos coming out of Los Angeles. [ more › ]

Former USC Star's Flag Football League Lied To Save Up To $110,000 In Rent

A flag football league named for a former USC star lied about being a nonprofit and now owes over $85,000 in back rent. [ more › ]

Here's What's New To The Big Streaming Platforms In August

Here's what's being added to Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, and Hulu in August. [ more › ]

Your Ultimate Guide To August: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here are 20 our favorite events happening in L.A. in August. [ more › ]

The Weirdest Uber Ride I Ever Drove

When you4 passengers are rich enough, they think they can pay you to bend the rules. And sometimes, they're not wrong. [ more › ]

Sister Of Alleged Kidnapper And Murderer Sues The FBI For Killing Him

The sister of a man who allegedly murdered two people and kidnapped a teenage girl is suing the FBI for shooting him. [ more › ]

Tasty Spanish Sandwiches And Skewers Head To The Original Farmer's Market

The Window At Moruno serves up Spanish-inspired skewers and sandwiches, featuring meat and vegetables marinated in a variety of bold spices. [ more › ]

'Will & Grace' Actor Throws Drink At Homophobic Jerks In WeHo

A 'Will & Grace' actor dealt with some jerks who yelled out homophobic slurs at a Starbucks in West Hollywood this week by confronting them and throwing his drink at one of the offenders. [ more › ]

Even The City 'True Detective' Is Based On Isn't Stoked About The Show

Even the spokesperson for Vernon, the SoCal city that HBO's crime drama is based on, admits that the series isn't all that great. [ more › ]

Once A Motivational Speaker, Tragedy Led This Man Into Homelessness

Scot Anthony Robinson toured the country talking to teens about addiction, but after two strokes, he's on the streets of Highland Park. [ more › ]

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