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UFC 200: Things didn't end well for Kelvin Gastelum last time he tried to spar Johny Hendricks

Johny Hendricks and Kelvin Gastelum are set to tango in the undercard of the upcoming UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which is set to go down on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And when the two heavy-hitters collide in the center...Show More Summary

Here’s How Not to Handle Your Neighborhood’s Messed Up Parking Situation

Time to go back to the drawing board, guys el_molino12 Street parking is tight in most LA neighborhoods, but one neighborhood in Hollywood has taken a creative approach to the problem. The Argyle Civic Association—a neighborhood group...Show More Summary

Rents in LA Are Rising Way Faster Than Incomes

A new study confirms that many Angelenos are struggling to afford housing You don’t have to tell most renters in Los Angeles that rental prices here are unusually high. That fact becomes painfully apparent every time the first of the month rolls around. Show More Summary

Yasiel Puig Could Be Fighting for His LA Dodgers Future the Rest of 2016

It was roughly this time three years ago that Yasiel Puig was putting the finishing touches on a debut month for the ages. He was having the kind of impact that can only be measured in kilotons, and it was making the Los Angeles Dodgers'...Show More Summary

Time To Face The Hard Candy Truth

Candy Store | Lafayette, LA, USA Categories: At The Checkout Family & Kids Food & Drink Tags: Candy Store "You still need to pay for the rest of them, though." (Read more...) The post Time To Face The Hard Candy Truth appeared first on Funny & Stupid Customer Stories - Not Always Right.

The Fake Exe-Jesus Of Social Justice Colonization Strategy Papers Revealed. Rev William Barber Says: "While The Latinos In Greater Los Angles Might Be Cool With Having The Former 'Desegregation Battle Ground High Schools Being ALL HISPANIC TODAY, 'We Bla

LA Times: Hispanics Who Have A Longer History Of 'Living Among Their Own Kind' Back At Home In Mexico/Central America Are Less Skittish About 'All Hispanic Schools' Than The 'Slave Blacks' Are Willing To Accept That Quality Education...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Continues to Not Be a Shady Character

Reporters sure are desperate to demonstrate some kind of shadiness on Hillary Clinton's part. Here's a headline in the LA Times today: House Democrats mistakenly release transcript confirming big payout to Clinton friend Sidney Blumenthal Sounds shady! I clicked immediately, wanting to know who gave Blumenthal a big payout. Show More Summary

Hey, Seattle Times: Here's Another Solid Argument Against Light Rail

by Dan Savage ok in this LA Metro PSA, not only does a guy get dismembered but another guy LOOKS DOWN THEN JUST BOARDS THE TRAIN. — Sam Escobar (@myhairisblue) June 27, 2016 Commuting by car makes you depressed and anxious and ill. Show More Summary

Part of LA Times Complex Could Give Way to Apartments

The iconic 1930s structure at First and Broadway would be revamped as offices and retail Hunter Kerhart The pending sale of the Los Angeles Times complex in Downtown to Canadian developer Onni could lead to huge changes for the prominent complex and propel an equally big transformation of the neighborhood itself. Show More Summary

Where to Watch July 4th Fireworks in LA

A few of the best spots to see the bombs bursting in air this Independence Day Fourth of July is right around the corner, and it's high time to start planning for an evening full of pyrotechnic fun. Whether you are looking for a bigShow More Summary

NYT unveils a California newsletter

California Today has news from the NYT, the LA Times and other media outlets and is written by Ian Lovett of the LA bureau.

Chile’s journey to another Copa America title started slow and ended in impressive fashion

La Roja are the champions for the second time in a row. Here's how they did it. Chile is once again the champions of the Copa América. They weren’t underdogs, but they weren’t favorites. Throughout the tournament, the spotlight was on Argentina, Mexico and hosts the United States. Show More Summary

La Roche- Posay Anthelios Clear Touch Dry Sunscreen

Sweat, sun and oil make for a greasy face this time of year along with clogged pores and breakouts. Adding sunscreen to the mix doesn't always help. More SPFs for oily skins have come along in the past years and this one from La Roche-Posay...Show More Summary

More details on mixed use plan for LA Times buildings

The 1935 LA Times building is in the foreground, at 1st and Spring. To the rear left, at 2nd and Spring, is the 1948 Mirror building. The 1970s Times Mirror...

UFC 200 free video: Watch Miesha Tate vs. Holly Holm title fight from UFC 196

Miesha Tate will attempt to defend her Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's Bantamweight title for the first time against Amanda Nunes at UFC 200 on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Learn more about that fight here. But before...Show More Summary

Multiple People Stabbed At Neo-Nazi Rally In Sacramento

Multiple people were stabbed Sunday outside the Capitol in Sacramento after clashes between neo-Nazis and counter-demonstrators took place the LA Times is reporting. A neo-Nazi group had planned an event at the site for several weeks,...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Is No Donald Trump

In the LA Times today, Barton Swaim argues that in this year's presidential election "we are faced with a choice between two pathologically dishonest candidates." He runs through a few of Donald Trump's seemingly bottomless supply of...Show More Summary

Will Beyoncé Perform Freedom At The BET Awards Tonight??

This would be huge!! The LA Times' music writer tweeted out a very interesting little tidbit late Saturday night that was picked up by Beyoncé's fans, and might give us a hint into tonight's BET Awards… Related: Beyoncé & Her Boobs Have A Date Night With Jay Z! Gerrick Kennedy, who has covered the BET Awards for years [...]

LA Times Photographer Pleads No Contest to Resisting Arrest After Reagan Funeral

4 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Longtime Los Angeles Times photographer Ricardo DeAratanha has pleaded no contest earlier this week to resisting and obstructing police during the March funeral motorcade of former First Lady Nancy Reagan. The photographer was at the...Show More Summary

Vegas Taxpayers Could Spend A Record $750 Million On A New NFL Stadium

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The NHL announced this week that its owners had approved an expansion franchise in Las Vegas, bringing professional sports to the city for the first time. Now, Republican mega-donor and casino mogul Sheldon Adelson wants to bring anShow More Summary

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