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Will our best and brightest leave? Most new LA jobs will be low paying, report warns
Los Angeles County will add hundreds of thousands of jobs over the next four years, most of them low paying, according to a report released Wednesday by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation. Most of the jobs added in the county by ...

Today: Inside Trump U. Terror and Life Insurance.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. Why Gov. Brown Said #ImWithHer. Things between Jerry Brown and the Clintons haven't exactly been smooth over the ...

Once a den of prostitution and drugs, the Cecil Hotel in downtown LA is set to undergo a $100-million renovation
The Cecil Hotel in downtown Los Angeles is set to undergo a $100-million renovation by a New York City developer, which aims to transform the former den of prostitution and drugs into a hip boutique hotel and micro rental units. The plan for the hotel ...

Why LA's $120-billion transit plan is in danger of tanking
Metro, the Los Angeles region's transit planning and construction agency, has been on a roll. In recent years three new projects, the Expo Line to Santa Monica, the Gold Line to Azusa and the Orange Line busway to Chatsworth have been built and are now ...

LA reviving speed bumps program to address neighborhood complaints
FILE: Los Angeles is kickstarting its program to install speed bumps on city streets. Kevork Djansezian/AP. 128895 full. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook. After a seven-year hiatus due to budget cuts, the city of Los ...

Your Ultimate Guide To June: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles
You know it's summer when the Hollywood Bowl is in full swing. (Image: Courtesy of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association). We found a number of notable happenings and events in June to help plan your social calendar. Read on for all our picks and ...

Woman Falls Off City Hall Balcony in Downtown Los Angeles
A woman in her 20s plunged off of an observation balcony near the top of the City Hall building in downtown Los Angeles, landing on an air conditioning grate 30-40 feet below, firefighters said Wednesday, June 1, 2016. A 25-year-old woman plunged off ...

Today: UCLA's Deadly Day. More Scope Infections.
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. UCLA's Deadly Day. William S. Klug, a 39-year-old associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at UCLA, ...

Here are 100 people in Hollywood who could help fix the academy's diversity problem
Hollywood has struggled over the years to find enough diversity candidates for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Los Angeles Times embarked on a search to help out. Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs has vowed to double the ...

LA bricks its shot to get a free, privately-financed basketball court at Runyon Canyon Park
The city of Los Angeles – where no good deed goes unpunished. Two years ago, Neima Khaila, the CEO of a clothing company called Pink Dolphin, was hiking in Runyon Canyon Park and noticed a concrete slab that used to be a tennis court. With a buckled ...

Best Bars With Lawn Games In Los Angeles
What beats going to a bar after work or on the weekends for a nice cold one? One thing that might is playing some lawn games with friends or strangers while enjoying a drink or two. Around the greater Los Angeles area, there are a number of bars where ...

LA To Turn Old Motels, Hospitals Into 500 Apartments For Homeless Vets
Tens are placed along Skid Row is seen in Los Angles on September 23, 2015. Los Angeles elected officials this week declared a homelessness 'state of emergency' and pledged $100 million in funding to tackle the crisis. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo ...

LA advances to next stage of 2024 Olympic bidding process
The International Olympic Committee has confirmed that Los Angeles will proceed to the second stage of bidding for the 2024 Summer Games. The announcement, which emerged from a Thursday meeting of the IOC executive board in Switzerland, came as ...

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles
Here are 20 of our favorite events happening right here in L.A. this weekend. Think we missed something or you just want other options? Check out LAist's June Guide, too. FRIDAY, JUNE 3. THE INVITATION (Film) VIDIOTS Cinema Selects screens The ...

At least 17 pepper sprayed after fights break out at Los Angeles high school
At least 16 students and one officer at a Los Angeles high school were pepper sprayed Thursday after at least two fights broke out, school police said. According to KTLA, the incident happened at about noon at John C. Fremont Senior High School in ...

How the new Expo Line from Santa Monica to downtown changed my life
I'd like to tell you I've been waiting for the subway to the sea all my life, except I never believed it would happen, so I never wasted a moment in anticipation. (A subway to the airport? Now that is something I've pined for. And I might even live ...

Drake, Brian Wilson and Blink-182: Your essential summer music guide
Missed the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival? Bummed you didn't score tickets to Adele's upcoming six-night stay at Staples Center or Radiohead's two-night jaunt at the Shrine Auditorium? Well, there's plenty of music still to be had this summer ...

LA residents giving significantly less to charity, study finds
Charitable giving in Los Angeles County dropped off after the 2007 recession and still hasn't fully recovered, according to a new study from the California Community Foundation and the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Angelenos donated $6.03 ...

High Stakes and Big Interests Define Heated Local Election In Los Angeles
As Californians prepare to vote on the June 7 primary election, which includes races for U.S. Senate and dozens of legislative and congressional offices, one race in the heart of Los Angeles County holds a special place for the large and vibrant ...

UCLA sells landmark Japanese garden for $12.5 million
Ending a long-running legal dispute, UCLA announced Friday that it has sold a landmark Japanese garden and home in Bel-Air for $12.5 million to real estate developer Mark Gabay. Under terms of the sale between Gabay and the UC regents, the Hannah ...

Invasive water snakes at Lake Machado could be here to stay, study says
Lake Machado in the South Bay's Ken Mallow Harbor Regional Park is an extreme example of what can happen when invasive species gain a foothold in an urban habitat. The 31-acre lake straddling the communities of Harbor City and Wilmington captures ...

UCLA shooter's slain wife had found happiness at medical school
She was fueled by curiosity. She studied Asian languages and took classes in four different countries. She tried her hand at stand-up and improv comedy. Her knack for trivia dazzled. So did her ability to rouse a crowd into a singalong. Acquaintances ...

That little section of the LA River you inherited might actually be worth something
When the city of L.A. set out to build a bike lane along the banks of the Los Angeles River in Elysian Valley, there was a surprising obstacle. Much of the river channel there doesn't belong to the city, the county or any other government agency. For ...

Essential California: LAPD's safety checks fall out of compliance
Good morning. It is Saturday, June 4. Here's what you don't want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES. Campaign donations: Who are the donors giving to Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders? “Now, a Times analysis of nearly 7 million ...

With the Smell's future uncertain, LA's music scene could be altered
No Age guitarist Randy Randall was getting ready to bathe his toddler son when word spread last week that the future of downtown all-ages punk club the Smell was in jeopardy. "It was like the bat signal — 'Well, I gotta go to the Smell,'" Randall told ...

Johnny Manziel Reportedly Sued for Alleged Damages to Rental House in LA
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has reportedly been sued over alleged damages to a Los Angeles home he rented in April. According to TMZ Sports, real estate broker Nicholas Goodwin claimed Manziel—who introduced himself using ...

Datebook: Suspended color field canvases, California landscapes, a new space debuts
The innovative works of a color field painter. Art that explores questions of labor. And isolated desert homesteads as rendered by a California painter. Plus: California landscapes that play with the texture of air and a new space in Boyle Heights ...

Sanders campaign accuses LA city councilman of blocking event at Greek
Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign has accused a Los Angeles city councilman who backs Hillary Clinton of obstructing his effort to stage a weekend campaign event at the city-owned Greek Theatre in the Hollywood Hills. The campaign sent an ...

Los Angeles mourns Muhammad Ali, the activist, entertainer and icon
More than 2,500 stars line the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Only one of them has never been stepped on. Lore has it that Muhammad Ali didn't want people to walk on the name he had taken from a prophet. And so, since Jan. 11, 2002, Ali's star has been ...

L.A. Theater Review: 'The Little Mermaid in Concert' at the Hollywood Bowl
The sea has been brought to life at the Hollywood (Fish)Bowl thanks to a game cast and classic movie. The Hollywood Bowl has had success bringing stripped-down versions of Broadway shows to it's amphitheater, from “The Producers” to “Spamalot,” but ...


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