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Tourism In Los Angeles Projected To Boost Economy, Jobs Sector
Buoyed by a bullish sprint to the finish line in 2012 and propitious rally into a new era of full-bodied hospitality, the local tourism industry remains one of the more preferential gig masters in town.
1 hr ago
More poor live in suburbs than in urban areas, research shows
Bucking longstanding patterns in the United States, more poor people now live in the nation's suburbs than in urban areas, according to a new analysis.
2 hrs ago
Edward Furlong arrested in West Hollywood
A report says former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, who serves as a bio-warfare adviser to the president and Pentagon, urged the government to stockpile an anti-anthrax drug while serving as a director for the... Former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, who has served as a bio-warfare adviser to the president, the Pentagon, and the Department of ... (more)
Sun May 19, 2013
Kid Rock blasts lip-syncing during Billboard Music Awards 2013
Finally a talented entertainer calls out the crappy music and lip-synching. Yep, Kid Rock went there and pointed out all the stars who didn't really sing on the Billboard Music Awards. Fans are applauding as real music isn't mouthing words to a song on stage.
The Daily Breeze
Eureka! brings trendy food, drink to working-class Hawthorne
Melanie and Tim Hogan during the grand opening VIP party for Eureka! Tasting Kitchen at Hawthorne Airport on Tuesday, May 14, 2013.
LA Daily News
Grass-roots candidates for L.A. City Council seek traction
Three runoff elections for the Los Angeles City Council on May 21 have pitted local candidates stressing their grass-roots support against what they see as either Sacramento or city political insiders trying to take over local government.
American Addiction Centers seeks big solution to big problem
It was a problem he struggled with personally, and he wanted to help others overcome their addiction issues, too.
ORPHANS, Starring Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster & Tom Sturridge Closes on Broadway Today
The Tony Award-nominated play ORPHANS will play its final Broadway show TODAY, MAY 19 after 27 previews and 37 regular performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre .
Los Angeles mayoral race narrows, latest opinion poll shows
City Councilman Eric Garcetti leads City Controller Wendy Greuel by 7 percentage points in a tightening race for mayor of Los Angeles, according to the latest opinion poll, but the survey's director said Greuel could still stage an upset in Tuesday's election.
Sat May 18, 2013
1960 Vintage Photo: Los Angeles Robbery Homicide Policemen in Drag
Circa 1960 - LAPD Robbery Squad officers dressed as women 'as part of an operation to catch a purse snatcher who murdered an elderly woman while she was on her way to church.' TOPICS: Arts/Photography ; Chit/Chat ; History ; Local News ; Miscellaneous ; Society ; Weird Stuff KEYWORDS: 1960 ; badass ; cops ; detectives ; drag ; dragnet ; lapd ; ... (more)
Calif. doctor who promised fake herbal cancer cure sentenced to 14 years in prison
In this Sept. 29, 2011 photo, Dr. Christine Daniel gives a flu shot to patient Amparo Villaluazo at Daniel's Sonrise Medical Clinic in Mission Hills.
Federal report documents inmate sex abuse in US
Inmates at jails in Indianapolis, Baltimore, St. Louis and Philadelphia face the nation's highest levels of sexual abuse at the hands of guards, according to a new federal report based on surveys of inmates at... Inmates at jails in Indianapolis, Baltimore, St.
San Marino Tribune
Los Angeles Freeways Dealing With Closures
The northbound San Diego Freeway will be closed tonight and tomorrow night at Santa Monica Boulevard as crews conduct concrete repairs.
LA Daily News
Canoga Park Elementary marks a century of learning
Students, parents and officials heralded the proud grammar school that for a century has served the west San Fernando Valley, while playing a major role in its development.
Rose Queen to participate in gay pride parade
Rose Queen Vanessa Manjarrez will represent San Gabriel Valley Pride in Sunday's Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Parade, parade organizers said.
's Diane Anderson-Minshall Honored by L.A. Pride
Diane Anderson-Minshall, editor at large of The Advocate and editor in chief of sister publication HIV Plus, has been named an official community honoree of L.A. Pride, Los Angeles's annual LGBT pride celebration, to be held June 7-9 in West Hollywood.
Fri May 17, 2013
LA Daily News
Pacoima: Fatal police shooting of apparently suicidal man probed
An investigation was underway today into the fatal officer-involved shooting in Pacoima of an apparently suicidal man, authorities said.
Actor Edward Furlong arrested
Actor Edward Furlong was arrested again on Friday, May 17, after allegedly violating a protective order filed against him by an ex-girlfriend. Furlong is seen here in a police booking photo after his arrest for alleged domestic violence, the arrest which resulted in the protective order, on January 13, in Los Angeles.
RIVERSIDE: Measure A election has odd set of voters, non-voters
Some customers of Riverside Public Utilities, including those in the Highgrove area, don't get to vote on Measure A on June 4 because they're not city residents.