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  • Grab a craft beer at these 4 great brewery New Year's parties

    Grab a craft beer at these 4 great brewery New Year's parties

    We’ve all been there before — waiting to finalize plans for New Year’s Eve until the last minute, and then realizing that nothing sounds all that compelling. This year, forget the fancy clubs and expensive parties, and celebrate the end of 2014 at one of L.A.’s craft breweries. More laid back than...

  • What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?

    What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?

    The pairing possibilities for craft brews at your Thanksgiving feast are nearly limitless. From lively pilsners to awaken the appetite to syrupy barleywines to settle you into your turkey-coma, beer offers the versatility to fit into any menu. One way to include beer at the table this Thanksgiving...

  • Banh mi goes gourmet; here's 11 of Los Angeles' best

    Banh mi goes gourmet; here's 11 of Los Angeles' best

    The latest wave of sandwich shops (Hero Shop, Superba Food + Bread, Trencher) and modern Vietnamese cafes (East Borough, Phorage) in Los Angeles have generated tantalizing new spins on banh mi, the beloved Vietnamese sandwich that is the culinary result of French colonialism in Southeast Asia. ...

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  • L.A. County supervisors compromise on Santa Monica Mountains vineyard ban

    L.A. County supervisors compromise on Santa Monica Mountains vineyard ban

    After hearing from grape growers upset by a drought-inspired ban against new or expanded vineyards in the north Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County supervisors compromised Tuesday, voting to extend the ban four months instead of 10 and letting existing permit applications proceed.The proposed...

  • Woman arrested in Chris Brown break-in; 'I love you' written on walls

    Woman arrested in Chris Brown break-in; 'I love you' written on walls

    Singer Chris Brown arrived at his Agoura Hills home early Thursday to find a woman had cooked several meals, wrote “I love you” on his walls and painted her name on his car. Brown took a photograph of the woman, whom he didn't know, and posted it on Instagram. She appeared to be covered in a blanket....

  • Loaded beanbag shotgun missing from sheriff's patrol car; search underway

    Loaded beanbag shotgun missing from sheriff's patrol car; search underway

    A loaded beanbag shotgun that’s capable of holding live shotgun rounds was reported missing Saturday from the trunk of a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department patrol car, and officials are calling on the public to help locate the potentially deadly weapon. The shotgun was put in the trunk of...

  • Grab a craft beer at these 4 great brewery New Year's parties

    Grab a craft beer at these 4 great brewery New Year's parties

    We’ve all been there before — waiting to finalize plans for New Year’s Eve until the last minute, and then realizing that nothing sounds all that compelling. This year, forget the fancy clubs and expensive parties, and celebrate the end of 2014 at one of L.A.’s craft breweries. More laid back than...

  • What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?

    What to drink with Thanksgiving dinner: How about a growler?

    The pairing possibilities for craft brews at your Thanksgiving feast are nearly limitless. From lively pilsners to awaken the appetite to syrupy barleywines to settle you into your turkey-coma, beer offers the versatility to fit into any menu. One way to include beer at the table this Thanksgiving...

  • $12 million is pledged to supportive housing for homeless people

    $12 million is pledged to supportive housing for homeless people

    A major philanthropic funder has pledged $12 million to develop supportive housing for Los Angeles County's homeless population. The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation announced Tuesday that its donation, split evenly between a grant and a loan, would go to the Corporation for Supportive Housing for both...

  • Baseball: Agoura's Ryan Fineman commits to Indiana

     Catcher Ryan Fineman, a senior at Agoura, has committed to Indiana, Coach Anthony Chevrier said.

    Fineman batted .297 for the Marmonte League championship team as a junior.

    Agoura figures to be one of the favorites to win league in 2015.

     

    Twitter:@LATSondheimer

     

  • Medical marijuana delivery services are on a roll
    Medical marijuana delivery services are on a roll

    Brian Reichle couldn't have gotten a pepperoni pizza much faster.

    Needing to replenish his stash of pot one recent afternoon, the Burbank resident dialed Speed Weed. Within the hour, a driver arrived with a white paper bag carrying a gram of cannabis, 10 joints and a handful of pot-infused candies...

  • American Homes 4 Rent buys Beazer in home-rental consolidation
    American Homes 4 Rent buys Beazer in home-rental consolidation

    In another sign of consolidation in the single-family rental industry, Agoura Hills-based American Homes 4 Rent said Tuesday that it's buying smaller Beazer Pre-Owned Rental Homes Inc.

    The deal, which is worth about $263 million in stock, cash and debt, will add roughly 1,300 houses to American...

  • Acting coach accused of sexually assaulting 13-year-old girl
    Acting coach accused of sexually assaulting 13-year-old girl

    A 54-year-old acting coach has been charged in connection with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl, authorities said Thursday night.

    Cameron Thor is accused of assaulting the girl in the spring of 2008 in a secluded area of Agoura Hills, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

    ...

  • Football: Oak Park and Agoura players to face off in alumni game

     No, Clay Matthews of the Green Bay Packers will not be playing on Saturday night when former football players from Agoura and Oak Park face off in an alumni game at 7 p.m. at Agoura.

    But there will be plenty of former players participating. Matthews went to Agoura.

    Among the Oak Park players scheduled...

  • Baseball: Agoura gets key pickoff to defeat Crespi, 2-0
    Baseball: Agoura gets key pickoff to defeat Crespi, 2-0

     With the bases loaded and one out in the top of the seventh and Agoura's starting pitcher, Andy Sondreaal, struggling to throw strikes, Encino Crespi looked in ideal position to make a comeback from a 2-0 deficit.

    The count reached 3-0. One more ball and the Celts would cut their deficit to one...

  • Agoura girls' lacrosse team picks prom over shot at championship

    Choosing prom preparation over competing for a sports championship, the Agoura girls' lacrosse team has pulled out of playing for the Southern Section championship on Saturday and will be replaced by Oak Park in the 11 a.m. final against Los Alamitos.

    Because lacrosse isn't an official Southern...

  • Accident survivor and rescuers meet their heroes in each other
    Accident survivor and rescuers meet their heroes in each other

    Capt. Jeff Swingle sat alone in a workshop in his garage, his mind wandering in circles.

    His day job was fighting brush fires and leading emergency response teams. He had grown accustomed to tragedy, to packing up his emotions in preparation for the next call.

    But this one didn't feel real — a...

  • Charles Marowitz dies at 80; playwright, director and critic
    Charles Marowitz dies at 80; playwright, director and critic

    Charles Marowitz, a playwright, director and theater critic known for his blunt manner and cutting-edge work, including controversial reworkings of classics by Henrik Ibsen and Shakespeare, died in Agoura Hills on Friday from complications of Parkinson's disease. He was 80.

    His death was confirmed...

  • Baseball: Agoura opens three-game lead in Marmonte League

     Barring a major collapse by first-place Agoura, the Marmonte League baseball race appears to be over.

    The Chargers upped their lead to three games on Wednesday after a 3-0 victory over second-place Thousand Oaks. Andy Sondreal threw a three-hitter and Daniel Cipriano went three for three.

    Nick...

  • Baseball: Albee Weiss gets six RBIs in Agoura's 9-5 win over Royal

    Albee Weiss of Agoura was feeling it on Wednesday. He was feeling the need to show some power, and he delivered two home runs and six RBIs in Agoura's 9-5 Marmonte League win over Royal.

    Agoura is 11-3 overall and 7-0 in league. Two of Agoura's three losses were to top teams Loyola and Chatsworth.

    ...

  • Head of Conrad Hilton Foundation to step down at the end of 2015

    Steven M. Hilton is stepping down as head of his family's foundation, one of the largest charitable organizations in the Los Angeles area, which awarded $92 million in grants last year, the foundation announced Tuesday.

    Hilton, 63, is the grandson of the hotel magnate and founder of the Conrad...

  • How I Made It: Concert venue owner Lance Sterling
    How I Made It: Concert venue owner Lance Sterling

    While studying civil engineering in college, Lance Sterling worked in bars, nightclubs and concert venues — and found his true calling.

  • Six places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with craft brews
    Six places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with craft brews

    Don’t settle for insipid, green-dyed lager on the popular drinking holiday; if you’re going to join the crowds of revelers, why not hit a spot that is serving up delicious craft beer? You might even find some “green” beer being poured!

    Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie

    The Agoura Hills brewpub will...

  • Mountain lion killed on road in Santa Monica Mountains

    A young mountain lion was struck by a car and killed earlier this week on Kanan Road in the Santa Monica Mountains, the National Park Service said Thursday.

    The kitten was not tagged, leading officials to believe that it is not one of the lions being tracked by the NPS. An NPS team has captured...

  • Take a hike! (And then 4 terrific places to grab a beer)
    Take a hike! (And then 4 terrific places to grab a beer)

    Planning to fight the holiday bulge by hitting the trails this year? There are few times when a refreshing craft beer tastes better than after a long walk in the woods (or more likely, a long walk in the chaparral). Here are a few brewery tasting rooms and brewpubs near popular trailheads where...

  • Mountain lion killed on 101 Freeway was from north, officials say
    Mountain lion killed on 101 Freeway was from north, officials say

    The cougar's death renews calls for a tunnel for wildlife to pass under the busy freeway.

  • Drug-tainted Halloween candy may have sickened kids, police say
    Drug-tainted Halloween candy may have sickened kids, police say

    At least two children in Southern California have reportedly fallen ill after possibly eating Halloween candy tainted with drugs, authorities said.

    The first incident occurred Saturday night when a 2-year-old boy got sick after eating Halloween candy at a friend’s house in Moreno Valley. The toddler...

  • William Shatner to perform new 'Ponder the Mystery' album live
    William Shatner to perform new 'Ponder the Mystery' album live

    William Shatner will take his latest musical project, a progressive-rock album he recorded with members of Yes and other prog-rock and fusion musicians, on the road for three Los Angeles-area performances during which he will perform “Ponder the Mystery” in its entirety.

    The album, due Oct. 8,...

  • Prop house in tune with string of nostalgic music-related films
    Prop house in tune with string of nostalgic music-related films

    Prop house History for Hire has been tapped to provide period musical instruments and equipment for Hollywood films.

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