Sunday May 19
The Road twice taken
The Road Theater Company in North Hollywood has just opened a second waiver theater on Magnolia, making The Road's reputable reach twice as wide.
Sunday May 19
Actress Tricia O'Kelley Says Dognapped Pooch Is Home Safe
Los Angeles police Friday continued to search for a man suspected in the dognapping of a 5-pound deaf Yorkie.
Sat May 18, 2013
LA Daily News
Singer Miley Cyrus swatted again
Singer Miley Cyrus was not home when Los Angeles police arrived, guns drawn, after getting a 911 call of a non-existent crime underway, a police officer said today.
Fri May 17, 2013
LA Daily News
North Hollywood: Have you seen woman who robbed and assaulted Laurel Canyon resident?
Los Angeles police are looking for a female Hispanic woman who entered a Laurel Canyon Boulevard apartment where she robbed and fought with the tenant.
Whittier Daily News
Editorial: To help unclog SoCal freeways, ease HOV-lane rules
There are worse things than sitting in stop-and-go freeway traffic on a hot Southern California afternoon, alone with your unprintable thoughts.
Wed May 15, 2013
Fri May 10, 2013
Legends don't live forever
These days, country music is all about artists such as Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Jason Aldean.
Hot rodder Dean Jeffries known for distinctive body work
During the car-crazy 1950s in Southern California, Dean Jeffries was one of the first hot rodders to chop, channel and soup-up automobiles.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Washington Post
L.A.'s underground art scene
This is a story about Underground Los Angeles. Not the underground music scene - the underground art scene.
Wed May 08, 2013
Dean Jeffries, car customizer was 80
Dean Jeffries was one of Los Angeles car culture's "preeminent automotive sculptors and engineers," says Jalopnik in an obit posted today .
Mon May 06, 2013
Rod Stewart: 'I love what I do ... It's my identity'
If singer Rod Stewart could give his 20-year-old self a piece of advice, he'd tell himself to keep his 'banana in the fruit bowl' a little longer.
Fri May 03, 2013
Pimp Beat 14-Year-Old Prostitute For Failing To Bring In Enough Cash
This week the LAPD was shining a spotlight on the war against sex trafficking. Cops say Charles Bland, a 26-year-old from Lancaster, used social media to recruit a teenager before abusing, assaulting and pimping the 14-year-old girl from Riverside.
High-Capacity Magazines Banned In Los Angeles
Do you need your assault-style rifle to have more than 10 bullets attached to it, at the ready to pierce unsuspecting deer, paper targets and beer cans? Really? The Los Angeles City Council today dove into a contentious debate and did what congress has been unable to do : It banned 11-round-plus magazines for rifles: The council today voted 11-0 to ... (more)
Thu May 02, 2013
LAPD officer may face termination for work on The Bling Ring + official poster revealed
LAPD Officer Brett Goodkin, seated far left, appears in the background of a scene in "The Bling Ring." Los Angeles police Officer Brett Goodkin is about to make his big-screen debut, playing a bit role as a cop in "The Bling Ring," Sofia Coppola's movie about fame-obsessed San Fernando Valley youths who burgled the homes of celebrities such as ... (more)
Wed May 01, 2013
Survey Aims to Preserve Historical Gems in Toluca Lake
A branch of city government is nudging owners of historical properties to apply for a program that could ensure financial support for upkeep.
LA Daily News
Federal judge dismisses $120M wrongful death lawsuit against L.A.,...
Abdul Arian, 19, appears to be pointing a gun at Los Angeles police officers before he was killed in the officer-involved shooting that followed on the 101 Freeway in Woodland Hills on April 11, 2012.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Grand Central Market introduces a gaggle of new restaurants, kicks off with Sticky Rice
There are those who hope the unveiling of Sticky Rice on Tuesday will breathe new life into the nearly century-old Grand Central Market at 3rd between Broadway and Hill.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Bob Hope items to be auctioned for Calif. charity
Hundreds of personal items, including antiques, artwork and furniture once owned by Bob Hope and his wife, Dolores, will be auctioned to benefit a Southern California charity.