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The city found Chris Laib tapped a staffer inappropriately with a plastic plate during a hug.
Singer Katy Perry to receive an additional $3.3 million, while the archdiocese will receive an additional $6.6 million in punitive damages.
The expected cost to implement online voting for neighborhood councils is $2.3 million.
Local neighborhood councils took issue with the CA State Senator's characterization of the organizations as 'NIMBYs.'
Some local motorists say they often receive parking tickets for failing to move their car, but rarely see street sweepers during the posted hours.
With a looming January 1st deadline, the city of Los Angeles still hasn’t solidified regulations and rules regarding recreational cannabis usage.
Honorees include Kismet, Salazar and Alimento.
Locals say they've noticed reduced speeds and another unexpected side benefit.
Business owners bemoan rising pickup costs and a lack of choice.
 The city’s richly hued contemporary art scene engages and inspires in these hectic times.
More holiday fun than you can shake a jingle bell at!
The author spoke to a standing room only crowd at Skylight Books about his new novel and keeping his day job.
John Marshall, Loyola, Campbell Hall and more.
A rousing parody, punctuated by lively songs, frenetic dances and witty dialogue.
The echo park beer-Mecca also has an impressive cocktail program.
Where to shop in Atwater Village, Los Feliz, Echo Park and Silverlake this holiday season.

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Questions Swirl Re: Removal of Local Activist Over Harassment Claim

The city found Chris Laib tapped a staffer inappropriately with a plastic plate during a hug.

De Leon Comments Irk Local Officials

Local neighborhood councils took issue with the CA State Senator's characterization of the organizations as 'NIMBYs.'

Unswept Streets Local, Too

Some local motorists say they often receive parking tickets for failing to move their car, but rarely see street sweepers during the posted hours.

Perry Victorious, Now 2nd Phase of Trial to Begin Dec. 1st

Silver Lake businesswoman Dana Hollister to pay million in damages.

Marijuana Lovers Ready But City is Not

With a looming January 1st deadline, the city of Los Angeles still hasn’t solidified regulations and rules regarding recreational cannabis usage.

Eight Local Restaurants Named “Best in L.A.” for 2017

Honorees include Kismet, Salazar and Alimento.

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