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CAAM Commemorates The 25th Anniversary Of The Los Angeles Uprising
The California African American Museum (CAAM) will present four new exhibitions in March 2017, including No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992, a history exhibition that marks the 25th anniversary of the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising. No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992 ...

South Central Los Angeles Regional Center Renames Its Family Resource Center
On Saturday, February 25, South Central Los Angeles Regional Center's (SCLARC) Family Resource Center (FRC) will host an Unveiling Ceremony that will honor Dr. La-Doris McClaney and her family. More than 100 guests are slated to be on hand to ...

LA-area Jewish leaders form coalition in response to Trump's executive actions on immigration and refugees
Los Angeles-area Jewish leaders have started a coalition in response to President Trump's executive actions on immigration and refugees. More than 1,800 Jewish people — including L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Atty. Mike Feuer and City Controller Ron ...

Inside the fight over keeping police discipline private
Good morning. It's Wednesday, March 1, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. A changing council district. Few places hold as much importance in L.A.'s black history as Central Avenue, the birthplace of the West Coast jazz scene ...

Grab a slice of Americana, and pizza, at Balboa Fun Zone in Newport Beach
The Ferris wheel rides last forever, and the views of the SoCal coast aren't so bad either. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times). Why: Because it's a bit of a time machine, a low-key throwback to the sorts of simple amusement parks that used to dot the ...

'Special announcement' today at Angels Flight railway, LA and 'La La Land'-mark
The historic Angels Flight, a hillside railway in downtown Los Angeles, is seen in a June 10, 2011 file photo. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilman Jose Huizar are set to make what is billed as a “special announcement” Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at the ...

Authorities in Pursuit of Suspected Carjacker in South Bay Area of Los Angeles
A suspected carjacker took authorities on a slow-speed pursuit through South Los Angeles and into the South Bay area Wednesday morning. A driver involved in a pursuit is seen gesturing out of the window. (Credit: KTLA). The chase began about 7:40 a.m. ...

LA's Secret New Pancake Pop Up Gives Money to a Very Worthy Cause
West Hollywood favorite Bar Lubitsch has been quietly hosting a run of Thursday night pop-ups from chef Billy Walsh, and it's high time the rest of the city took notice. Walsh was a longtime chef around town at places like Lazy Ox Canteen and Craft ...

Angels Flight in downtown Los Angeles to reopen by Labor Day
Angels Flight, Los Angeles' favorite short-distance funicular, will reopen by Labor Day after closing down in 2013. (KABC). KABC. By ABC7.com staff. Wednesday, March 01, 2017 07:40PM. DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) --. The historic Angels Flight ...

LA keeps building near freeways, even though living there makes people sick
For more than a decade, California air quality officials have warned against building homes within 500 feet of freeways. And with good reason: People there suffer higher rates of asthma, heart attacks, strokes, lung cancer and pre-term births. Recent ...

Councilman Paul Koretz fights for a third term on LA's Westside
The last time Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz ran for reelection, he had an easy time of it. Koretz's lone opponent in 2013 spent less than $98. The councilman sent a few mailers and breezed to victory, capturing 75% of the vote in his affluent ...

An AIDS Charity Fights Builders in LA
Los Angeles, long on sprawl but short on housing stock, is no stranger to development battles. But it's never seen anything quite like the clash over a proposal on the March 7 municipal ballot, known as Measure S, which would put a two-year halt on ...

Former Santa Monica Museum of Art — now the ICA LA — will open in September with show by Martín Ramírez
An untitled work by outsider artist Martín Ramírez depicts a train emerging from a tunnel, c. 1960-63. (Collection of Mary Lee Copp and Peter Formanek). By Carolina A. MirandaContact Reporter · Arts and Culture · Art · Museums ...

Venice Beach's Snap Inc. is worth nearly $24 billion
Good morning. It's Wednesday, March 2, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Oodles of cash. The company behind Snapchat has generated the largest initial public offering in Southern California history. After raising $3.4 billion ...

22 Best Things to Do In LA This Week
A tribute to a Coen Brothers classic, a Laurel & Hardy extravaganza, a cupcake tour of Beverly Hills and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 3/3. Can I make it through roughly four sentences about Lebowski Fest Los Angeles without ...

LA in the 1970s: A visual and architectural treasure trove at LAXART
Here's a partial list of the people and objects you can catch a glimpse of in “Environmental Communications: Contact High,” the terrific new show at LAXART gallery on Santa Monica Boulevard: the British historian and architecture critic Reyner Banham ...

Downtown LA's Development Has Been a Decade in the Making
For anyone who has grown up in Los Angeles, the return of Downtown as a thriving cultural center must have seemed all but impossible just ten short years ago. Notwithstanding the rise of Staples Center in 1999, the area was from the 1990's through the ...

Eavesdrop on morning rehearsals at the Hollywood Bowl
Why: Parking is free, and so are summer rehearsals for the L.A. Phil and other groups. After the Hollywood sign, the Bowl is probably L.A.'s greatest landmark, and this is a great way to see it in action. The County of Los Angeles, which operates the ...

Weekend Planner: 13 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles
Yesterday's March Guide already featured a number of great events happening this weekend. But here are 13 more happenings for this edition of the Weekend Planner. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. FIRST FRIDAYS (Science + music) NHM's 2017 First Fridays series ...

Bob Miller's retirement is the end of a golden era of broadcasting in LA
There had to be laughter, because no event featuring Bob Miller could be stodgy or not reflect the love he felt for his play-by-play job and for the Kings, whose games he described with exasperation and exhilaration during 3,351 broadcasts over nearly ...

Watch LA's new NFL Stadium rise in real time
Construction is ramping up on the Inglewood NFL stadium set to become the state-of-the-art home of both the LA Rams—and now the LA Chargers. You can watch the stadium rise in real time, thanks to a live-stream viewable on the Rams' website. So far ...

How Cambodians became the kings of beloved South LA fried chicken chain
In a restaurant rising from an overgrown parking lot at 91st Street and Central Avenue, fried chicken, chow mein and the occasional fist bump pass through holes cut in panes of bulletproof glass. Behind the glass is a Cambodian immigrant family, and on ...

LA's reality: More people want to live here than there are homes being built
Along many Los Angeles thoroughfares, large apartment complexes are replacing parking lots, strip malls and warehouses, as builders provide new homes in a city grappling with a persistent housing shortage. In downtown, dozens of mixed-use condo and ...

We found out we had something unusual in common on our first date
At the foot of Big Bear Mountain, in a cozy, rented cabin after a long day of inner-tubing, window-shopping, feasting and soaking in a hot tub, a group of old friends gathered to share their “gratefuls.” One by one, we gave thanks. For the fun day on ...

Fact-checking the most negative LA school board race in years
L.A. Unified School Board candidate Nick Melvoin (left) and incumbent board president Steve Zimmer listen during a recent candidate forum. Kyle Stokes/KPCC. 152948 full. Audio from this story. 4:33 Listen. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter ...

California Today: Beloved Railway to Return in Los Angeles
The idle Angels Flight railway in the Bunker Hill section of Los Angeles on Wednesday. Credit Nick Ut/Associated Press. Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here's the sign-up.) The train's operation was halted in 1969 to make way for ...

The dangers of living near a freeway
Good morning. It's Friday, March 3, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. The dangers of living near the freeway. If you live near a freeway in Los Angeles, you're more likely to get a heart attack, a stroke or lung cancer ...

8 Cheap and Free Things to Do This Week
A free screening of Rosemary's Baby, a free literature fest, a free party at the California African American Museum and more fun stuff to do for little to no money this week. You know what they call Pulp Fiction in Paris? Probably the same thing they ...

How LA taught me to love density
The Hollywood street where I first lived when I moved to Los Angeles 16 years ago didn't look all that different from the suburban St. Louis neighborhood where I had grown up. To my great surprise, and some relief, Canyon Drive was lined with handsome ...

LA City Councilman Curren Price faces questions over two marriages
A Los Angeles City Council member running for reelection is facing questions about whether his divorce ever became final before he remarried. South L.A. Councilman Curren Price, 66, is married to entrepreneur Del Richardson, according to his campaign ...


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