2 hrs ago
Brit Marling Q&A uncovers The East with Director Zal Batmanglij
To bring you the inside scoop on the Sundance hit, "The East" , we captured the Q&A with Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij this week.
6 hrs ago
BANNING: Resident to compete in Ms. Senior California Pageant
She sings, she dances and now Barbara Ann "Barb" Sheahan, of Banning, is preparing to compete in the Ms.
Fri May 24, 2013
Millennials Will Lead Home Buying
If you're involved in single-family residential design or construction in any form, it would be wise to gear your efforts toward the Millennial demographic group.
2 Lanes Shut Down On NB 405 After Tanker Collides With Sedan Causing Diesel Fuel Spill
An accident involving a tanker truck and a sedan Friday caused major traffic delays on the northbound San Diego Freeway.
Metro Opens First Section Of New NB 405 Lanes Through West Los Angeles
Metro Friday opened an extra lane on the 405 Freeway through West Los Angeles in a major milestone for the Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Jewish Journal
Two restaurants drop RCC after Doheny scandal
Less than two months after a private investigator videotaped the owner of Doheny Glatt Kosher Meat Market allegedly bringing unsupervised animal products into his store, two local kosher restaurants have dropped the Rabbinical Council of California as their glatt kosher certifier.
Wed May 22, 2013
Crop tops, scrunchies, oversize shorts and NO cell phones: Time lapse ...
When the fashion industry references the Nineties, words like grunge, Jean Paul Gaultier, plaid, hard-edged and Kate Moss spring to mind.
Mon May 20, 2013
LA Chef Roy Choi reintegrating his culinary duality - Part 2 of 3
Whether black, Asian or Latino, many minorities and immigrants in America lead a dual life.
Wed May 15, 2013
Bomb Squad Investigating Suspicious Devices At Culver City Apartment Complex
An explosive device found in a man's car during a traffic stop led police to his Culver City apartment, where several other suspicious items were found.
I Can't Find Pandora's Name Anywhere in Hollywood
For the last several weeks, I have spent a few mornings each week driving and walking around Hollywood searching for inspiration.
Mon May 13, 2013
LA Daily News
Riding the wave of the future: Cities plan sprawling nework of bicycle lanes
Now, a cycling revival of sorts is sweeping across America's cities, especially among adults seeking a healthier alternative to the automobile.
CSC Fresh Canvas Benefit
A great event jam packed with live music, delicious food, fun and drinks with added comic relief, and all for a worthy cause will be held on May 18th at the Museum of Flying in Santa Monica, California.
More Advanced Degrees Needed For Health Workers In Los Angeles
The new millennium is creating state-of-the-art horizons for premier medical centers in Los Angeles.
Sat May 11, 2013
Rabbi Miriam E. Hamrell Honored by Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky
Rabbi Miriam E. Hamrell was honored by councilman Zev Yaroslavsky at a gala held on May 4, 2013 in Los Angeles.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Daily Breeze
Reel Talk screenings in El Segundo offer insight on indie and foreign films
Stephen Farber hosts a Reel Talka at ArcLight Beach Cities in El Segundo on select Tuesdays in May and June.
Barro: In La-La Land, America's Silliest Election
The race, between Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti, pits two liberal Democrats with few apparent policy differences against each other.
Bundy Drive Expo Line Utility Work Continues Monday
Areas of Bundy Drive in West Los Angeles will experience lane reductions for continued Expo Line utility work, starting Monday, May 13.
First Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit Lane Work Begins
An eastern section of Wilshire Boulevard near downtown will see early construction begin Monday, May 13, of 7.7 miles of peak hour bus rapid transit lanes, Metro announced.
Wed May 08, 2013
Boy Scouts Gay Policy Should Be Extended to Adults, West L.A. BSA Leaders Say
A Boy Scouts of America policy change that would admit gay boys should be extended to include gay adult volunteers and staff members, the Western Los Angeles County Council of the Scouts said Tuesday.