Former governor Gray Davis, former city attorney Carmen Trutanich and high-profile defense lawyer Mark Geragos are co-hosting a $1,500-per-napkin fundraiser for Baca next week.
British Olympian Tom Daley and actress Maria Bello have made headlines in recent days by coming out, Bello in a Modern Love piece for the New York Times and Daley in a YouTube video to fans. After a string of notable celebrities opening...Show More Summary
Los Angeles is proud of its sunshine and 75-degree winter days. We like to flaunt our balmy weather when New York and Chicago are buried under snowdrifts and Boston and Minneapolis are worried about black ice.
By Karen A. Lefkowitz Female trailblazers in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) include extraordinary figures such as ecologist and writer Rachel Carson, primatologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall, oceanographer Sylvia Earle, and water quality activist Dorothy Green, founding president of Heal the Bay. Show More Summary
This week, fourteen people charged by the Department of Justice in connection with a coordinated denial of service attack on PayPal's services in 2010 will appear in Federal Court. The "PayPal 14," as they have been dubbed, are charged...Show More Summary
In the early 1900s there were a handful of men who saw something -- a movie. These men were mostly Jews from Europe who grew up in the fringes of society and were never 'supposed' to make it out of the rather bleak conditions they grew up in. Show More Summary
What We Tried: SkyRobics, an aerobics and bootcamp-style class on a floor made entirely of trampolines. Where: Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, 1625 West 190th St. in Gardena, Cali. 90248 For How Long: The class was about one hour long,...Show More Summary
One question only: What side is Santa on?
By Kathryn Romeyn, Pret-a-Reporter Nail art might not seem like a heavy subject. In fact, the thought of anything but a classic red nail or a simple stroke of flesh-colored polish may conjure images of tacky airbrushed acrylics -- and all that they imply. Show More Summary
Tonight is mid-stream Chanukah and Thanksgiving is behind us. In the end, I'm not sure the confluence of the two birthed any physical or spiritual properties for my family or me. What tugs at me tonight, as the sixth candle has doneShow More Summary
During the Roman Catholic Church's decades-long sex abuse crisis, then-Los Angeles Archbishop Roger Mahony went to great lengths to keep law enforcement uninvolved. Instead of handing priests accused of abuse over to police, he would send them to therapists he knew could keep a secret or to faraway rehab programs. Show More Summary
The Holidays are here and with all of our festivities comes drinking. Unfortunately not every one has a designated driver which often leads to tragedy. L.A. County Sheriff has some DUI enforcement nights already set aside to help catch the drunks before they can cause an accident. The press release with important dates and locations [...]
Jerry Brown celebrates another casino. Supes call for probe of sheriff hiring. Recount in the Valley. Where is "El Mandril?" A Paul Walker shrine grows in Angeleno Heights. Surf Air lands at Hawthorne Airport. And questions about LA's neon story.
Location: 195 Arovista Circle, Brea, CA 92821 Website: Click here Description: The Sinister Pointe Haunted Attraction does not just vanish in a puff of smoke on November 1; oh no, they’re in a permanent location, and they make use of it even when Halloween is not on the calendar. Case in point: The “Not So Merry Holiday [...]
The female puma known as P-19 is nursing three cubs born a few weeks ago in the Malibu Springs area, the National Park Service said today on Facebook. Two females and a male; DNA is being tested to determine the father.
The newsroom at Channel 11 was told this afternoon that co-anchor Carlos Amezcua's last day was Friday. The word is that he's leaving to focus on his outside media company.
A former storefront in place since World War II has been removed on 6th Street to expose a courtyard between wings of the Pacific Mutual Building. Pain Quotidien and Tender Greens are coming soon.
Youssef, the longtime OC Weekly music writer-photographer who documented his battle against colon cancer in a column for the paper, died over the weekend surrounded by family and friends.
New York Magazine has been slowly tapering back from being a true weekly, putting out just 42 issues this year. But in March they make it official.