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Pam's House Blend
A Great Divide: The Election Fight for California's Schools
An election campaign now being fought almost completely out of public view could radically alter the way California's school children are taught.
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2 hrs ago
Creative Loafing Tampa
Bully who outed Duke porn star has his porn preferences publicized
Thomas Bagley, the Duke University student who outed classmate Belle Knox for performing in porn to pay tuition is receiving a taste of what it feels like to be bullied online.
6 hrs ago
Police Arrest Mom After 2 Young Sons Found Wandering Busy South LA Street
Police Wednesday said they arrested the mother of two young boys who were found wandering a busy street in South Los Angeles.
10 hrs ago
Adam Lambert Announces North American Tour With Queen on 'GMA'
Adam Lambert made a "legendary" announcement during his guest appearance on Good Morning America early Thursday morning in New York City's Times Square.
14 hrs ago
LA Daily News
Los Angeles Council approves water wheel on L.A. River
A local design studio wants to place a water wheel in the L.A. River. Under the proposed project, privately funded, a water wheel would be constructed near the former site of the original water wheel constructed in the 1850s near the 1800 block of Baker Street.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Temple City Tribune
Los Angeles Gay Freedom Band celebrate's LGBT composers - March 16
Families come in all forms-some are made up of relatives, some are families of choice and many are a mixture of the two.
Whittier Daily News
Gypsya s Mediterranean Grill offers soothing Middle Eastern comfort food
Cuisine: Casual neighborhood Persian-Mediterranean cafe near Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier, with a pleasant outdoor patio and a reasonably priced small menu of dips and kebabs.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Netanyahu and Gov. Brown sign pro-business pact
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, shakes hands with supporters before the screening of the television documentary "Israel: The Royal Tour" at Paramount Studios on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, in Los Angeles.
LA Daily News
Come for the food, stay for the bocce at Tin Roof Bistro
When I lived in New York City, I often would go to an Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side called Il Vagabondo, which served terrific red sauce food from the south of “The Boot” and was filled with lots of guys speaking Italian.
California Student Arrested In Fraud Scheme
A Los Angeles community college student has been arrested on suspicion of defrauding hundreds of alleged victims to pay for tuition, jewelry and hair extensions.
San Pedroa s Ponte Vista housing project gets green light after nearly a decade of debate
The Ponte Vista finalized plan is being voted on the by the Los Angeles City Council to develop the former Naval housing base in San Pedro Tuesday, March 04, 2014, San Pedro, CA.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The VCA West Los Angeles to the rescue
Zowie Vasquez, the referral coordinator on duty on at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital received the call at 9 am.
LA Daily News
13 injured in Metro Blue Line crash south of downtown Los Angeles
A collision between a Metro Blue Line train and a car just south of downtown Los Angeles today left 13 people injured, two seriously, authorities said.
Israeli prime minister making California swing
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was traveling Tuesday from Washington, D.C., to California - trading a focus on the geopolitics of the Middle East for a Hollywood screening and Silicon Valley tour.
South China Morning Post
Disgust at plan to turn Elisa Lam's water tank death into horror movie
A supernatural thriller supposedly based on the death of Chinese Canadian student Elisa Lam, who drowned in a hotel's water tank, is drawing a horrified reaction even before it is made.
A Stretch of Sepulveda to Close at Night All Week
A stretch of Sepulveda Boulevard in West Los Angeles will be closed overnights between tonight and Friday while curb and gutter work is performed as part of the San Diego Freeway improvement project in the Sepulveda Pass.
LA Daily News
Suspected DUI driver in Woodland Hills death of former actor out on bail
Carol Oschin's son Jordan Oschin was struck and killed while crossing Burbank Boulevard east of Farralone Ave near their Woodland Hills home.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
ARCADIS recognized for protecting water quality in Los Angeles area
Two projects, both managed by ARCADIS, were recently awarded the American Public Works Association "Project of the Year" award for their contributions to reducing the amount of untreated stormwater runoff impacting the Santa Monica Bay ecosystem and quality of life in the greater Los Angeles area.