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Trump impeachment more likely than removal, California Rep. Brad Sherman says at town hall meeting

San Fernando Valley Rep. Brad Sherman received an overwhelming endorsement from constituents Sunday for his decision to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump. Several hundred attendees of a town hall cheered Sherman’s recitation of the reasons he thinks Trump has committed high...

Trump impeachment more likely than removal, California Rep. Brad Sherman says at town hall meeting

San Fernando Valley Rep. Brad Sherman received an overwhelming endorsement from constituents Sunday for his decision to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump. Several hundred attendees of a town hall cheered Sherman’s recitation of the reasons he thinks Trump has committed high...

Four-building apartment complex coming to North Hills

The project will include 364 units—44 of them affordable A major new residential development with 364 apartments is heading to Sepulveda Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley’s North Hills neighborhood. On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City...Show More Summary

Robert Yancy, son of Natalie Cole, dead at 39

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Yancy's body was reportedly found in his San Fernando Valley apartment by a friend who stopped by to check on him after not hearing from him for several days.

Robert Yancy Dies; Son of Natalie Cole Was 39

Sad news out of Hollywood today, as a family that's already been touched by tragedy on several occasions has suffered yet another loss. Robert Yancy, the son of singer Natalie Cole, was found dead in his San Fernando Valley apartment...Show More Summary

Robert Yancy Cause of Death: How Did Natalie Cole’s Son Die?

Yancy's body was found in his apartment in San Fernando Valley when a friend checked up on him after not hearing from him in a few days. Robert Yancy Cause of Death: How Did Natalie Cole’s Son Die? is a post from: Gossip On This - Pop Culture, News, Videos & Humor

Natalie Cole's Son Dead at 39

The son of legendary singer Natalie Cole was found dead Monday night, and he was only 39... TMZ has learned. Robert Yancy's body was found in his San Fernando Valley apartment when a friend who hadn't heard from him in a few days checked up on him.…

Steady stream of improvements will turn the Pacoima Wash into a park-like space

A new bike path segment and pedestrian bridge should be complete by 2019 Like the Los Angeles River, which cuts through the southern and western parts of the San Fernando Valley, the Pacoima Wash is a concrete flood channel that locals...Show More Summary

Is the San Fernando Valley’s future suburban?

We asked eight residents and neighborhood leaders to weigh in on how the region is changing Known for strip malls and shopping centers and rows of single-family homes, the Valley is often thought of as somehow separate from Los Angeles—though...Show More Summary

An Art Supplies Store in Reseda Is Closing After 57 Years, and the Valley Is Mourning

On a muggy Wednesday evening in the San Fernando Valley, Continental Art Supplies' best customers pack the Reseda Boulevard shop for an invite-only event, filling baskets to their brims. For decades, Continental has been keeping students and professionals stocked with pencils, paper, oils, pastels, watercolors and brushes. Now, just weeks...

Lucille Bryant Raport, a midcentury architect who made her mark on the Valley

“One of the most respected and sought after architects in the Valley” It’s no secret that the San Fernando Valley’s post-war growth was explosive. The American Institute of Architects’ San Fernando Valley chapter estimates that moreShow More Summary

How much it costs to rent in the San Fernando Valley

Prices are lower overall than in the rest of LA, but they’re rising a bit quicker We often find ourselves reporting about high cost of rent in Los Angeles—and why they’ll probably keep rising. But the city is a big place and rents aren’t going up at the same rate everywhere. Show More Summary

What $4.5 million buys right now in Encino, Sherman Oaks and Tarzana

The San Fernando Valley’s housing inventory runs the gamut from a few hundred thousand to millions of dollars. Here’s a look at what about $4.5 million buys in three popular neighborhoods. ENCINO: This newly built home in the Amestoy Estates neighborhood offers a modern update on the farmhouse...

The lost architecture of the San Fernando Valley

Drive-ins, modern residences, and bygone venues The 20th century was a whirlwind for the San Fernando Valley. Within the span of a few decades, the once agricultural area became part of the city of Los Angeles, gained access to the Los...Show More Summary

Buy a house in LA: Getting to know San Fernando

We moved from the West Adams to the Valley. Here’s what it’s been like living in the Mission City When I tell people that I moved to San Fernando, the most common reply is, “Nice! So where exactly in the Valley?” Though I grew up about 10 miles away in Tujunga, like many other Angelenos, my knowledge of the town extends to its namesake mission. Show More Summary

‘Boogie Nights’ filming locations, mapped

The Valley is a big, bright shining star In the cinema of the early- to mid-1980s, the San Fernando Valley was depicted as a cultural dead zone of gargantuan shopping malls, Valley girls, and sedate tract housing, but the image was essentially innocent. Show More Summary

Los Angeles homes for sale: What $600K buys you in the San Fernando Valley

Lots of pools and two-car garages Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. And, since it’s Valley Week, all five homes we’re comparing this week can be found in the San Fernando Valley. Show More Summary

The weird roadside architecture of Los Angeles

From Idle Hour to The Tamale, these buildings will make you do a double take Nothing transformed or defined 20th-century Southern California more than the automobile, and nowhere was this more apparent than the San Fernando Valley. The...Show More Summary

25 photos of the San Fernando Valley before it joined LA in 1915

Back when most of the area was ranches and farmland Editor's Note: This post was originally published in March 2015 and has been updated with the most recent information. People have lived in the San Fernando Valley for thousands of years. Show More Summary

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