Aug. 24, 2019
Top News
Building housing for homeless people is getting slower and costlier every year. But six developers who answered a challenge from L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti may get to show they can do better, using a $120-million grant from the city.
Most of LACMA’s permanent collection is gone but the entrance price and parking still cost the same, a sad situation for museum-goers and tourists.
Weedmaps has been criticized for years for helping unlicensed dispensaries flourish as California struggled to permit businesses and regulate the industry. The app will no longer list unlicensed operators.
Thousands may have been exposed to measles by an infected New Zealand teen who visited Disneyland, LAX and other locations, local health officials say.
Mohamed Hadid agreed to do 200 hours of community service to end a criminal case over a Bel-Air building project. Neighbors doubt he followed through.
Dr. George Tyndall, who has pleaded not guilty to assaulting 16 patients at USC, was freed on $160,000 bond. He faces up to 53 years in prison.
Embattled Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen survived a bases-loaded jam in the ninth and Justin Turner hit a two-run homer as the Dodgers beat the New York Yankees.
Fans are tended to on the course before being taken away by ambulance following a lightning strike at the Tour Championship in Atlanta.
On her new album “Lover,” Taylor Swift backgrounds her empowerment anthems for songs about drinking, sexual need and even political protest.
The last Sunday of each month, the community turns out to celebrate black music, art, community and food at the Leimert Park Art Walk.
What’s happening on So Cal’s gardening scene? A big begonia show, a succulents symposium and lessons about invasive plants, mini roses and exotic cacti
Pasadena Pops salutes Elton John, Heidi Duckler Dance presents new work, Dream Orchestra tackles Verdi’s Requiem and other shows to catch this weekend.
Looking to level up your fitness? Go inside a few of the newest wellness hot spots in and around Los Angeles.
Weekend Reads
Hong Kong has long shunned ethnic minorities, but some residents, especially the young, are embracing minorities and refugees as part of the enclave’s non-Chinese identity.
When I started dating again after a horrible breakup, I vowed to look out for those ominous signs of trouble – and to address my own red flags as well.
The first Cheesecake Factory restaurant opened in Beverly Hills in 1978 and now has over 200 locations. With everything from Tex-Mex eggrolls to Thai lettuce wraps, it captures the essence of America — the good and the bad — in one over-the-top dining experience.
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