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    Locals React to LAUSD Cancellation of Apple iPad Program
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    City Council Committee Denies Appeals to Griffith Park Baseball & Performance Arts Stage
  • The Loss of a Child
    The Loss of a Child
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    THAT’S “GOOOOOOALLLDDD!”
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    [Buy Local] Alcove Café & Bakery Celebrates 10 Years
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    Marshall Hit-And-Run Victim Plans Homecoming in August
  • Water Policing Enforcement Intensifies Due to Drought
    Water Policing Enforcement Intensifies Due to Drought
  • Bruce Fleenor Named “Atwater Villager of the Year”
    Bruce Fleenor Named “Atwater Villager of the Year”
  • Flea’s Not Giving it Away
    Flea’s Not Giving it Away
  • [Focus on the Advertiser] Gail Crosby – Putting People First in Real Estate
    [Focus on the Advertiser] Gail Crosby – Putting People First in Real Estate
  • Historic Neutra Building’s New Chapter
    Historic Neutra Building’s New Chapter
  • Soap Plant Founder, Barbara Shire Dies at 100
    Soap Plant Founder, Barbara Shire Dies at 100
  • [Eastside Eye] Route 66: The Road and the Romance at the Autry
    [Eastside Eye] Route 66: The Road and the Romance at the Autry
  • [Theater Review] Shakespeare in Silver Lake
    [Theater Review] Shakespeare in Silver Lake
  • [Almost Famous] Festivals Rock L.A. in August
    [Almost Famous] Festivals Rock L.A. in August

 

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Former LAUSD school board member David Tokofsky says the questions and issues, other than apparent conflict of interest, continue regarding LAUSD's iPad program. Local resident and Los Angeles City Council District 4 candidate, Tomas O'Grady, calls the program an uncoordinated mess with the city.
Former LAUSD school board member David Tokofsky says the questions and issues, other than apparent conflict of interest, continue regarding LAUSD's iPad program. Local resident and Los Angeles City Council District 4 candidate, Tomas O'Grady, calls the program an uncoordinated mess with the city.
Full City Council to Vote on Denial of the Appeals Friday, possibly clearing the way for both projects to become reality.
Full City Council to Vote on Denial of the Appeals Friday, possibly clearing the way for both projects to become reality.
Nick Fagnano, the 20-year-old killed when lightning hit water last Sunday at Venice Beach was a family friend of Publisher Allison Cohen's. The community that knew him, bounded by youth baseball,  has described his death as
Nick Fagnano, the 20-year-old killed when lightning hit water last Sunday at Venice Beach was a family friend of Publisher Allison Cohen's. The community that knew him, bounded by youth baseball, has described his death as
Los Angeles City Council District 4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s Deputy of Griffith Park, Anne-Marie Johnson, has resigned her post.
Los Angeles City Council District 4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s Deputy of Griffith Park, Anne-Marie Johnson, has resigned her post.
Tomas O’Grady is the newest candidate to enter the increasingly crowded race to represent Los Angeles Council District 4 (CD4).
Tomas O’Grady is the newest candidate to enter the increasingly crowded race to represent Los Angeles Council District 4 (CD4).
He worked as a favored pediatrician to Hollywood stars, yet felt compelled to work for free for those less well off.
He worked as a favored pediatrician to Hollywood stars, yet felt compelled to work for free for those less well off.
Park regulars and advocates are voicing alarm over what they say are steadily deteriorating conditions at Barnsdall Art Park.
Park regulars and advocates are voicing alarm over what they say are steadily deteriorating conditions at Barnsdall Art Park.
Streeter, who attended John Marshall High School, was unable to attend his graduation in June due to a hit and run accident a month earlier.
Streeter, who attended John Marshall High School, was unable to attend his graduation in June due to a hit and run accident a month earlier.
Water landscaping or cars that run off onto concrete with a hose that does not have a shut-off valve could result in fines up to $500 daily.
Water landscaping or cars that run off onto concrete with a hose that does not have a shut-off valve could result in fines up to $500 daily.
Fletcher Drive looks like it could go on forever—past the blue-collar and service shops that dot its sides.
Fletcher Drive looks like it could go on forever—past the blue-collar and service shops that dot its sides.
“Libby has become an invaluable asset for the Ledger,” said publisher Allison B. Cohen.
“Libby has become an invaluable asset for the Ledger,” said publisher Allison B. Cohen.
The local residential real estate market appears to be loosening up a bit.
The local residential real estate market appears to be loosening up a bit.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Michael “Flea” Balzary has put his North Vermont Avenue house on the market for $6.8 million.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Michael “Flea” Balzary has put his North Vermont Avenue house on the market for $6.8 million.
People Assisting the Homeless, or PATH, and Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s office entered into an agreement for homeless outreach in Echo Park and Silver Lake in July.
People Assisting the Homeless, or PATH, and Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s office entered into an agreement for homeless outreach in Echo Park and Silver Lake in July.
It was natural that Crosby’s career in real estate grew out of her love for people and for her Silver Lake neighborhood.
It was natural that Crosby’s career in real estate grew out of her love for people and for her Silver Lake neighborhood.
Two ordinances establishing landscape and urban design standards and rules for residential, commercial and industrial buildings along the 32-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River were approved by the Los Angeles City Council in July.
Two ordinances establishing landscape and urban design standards and rules for residential, commercial and industrial buildings along the 32-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River were approved by the Los Angeles City Council in July.
The historic Neutra Office Building has opened a new chapter in its storied life with the addition of a new museum and gallery.
The historic Neutra Office Building has opened a new chapter in its storied life with the addition of a new museum and gallery.
Barbara N. Shire, the founder of Los Feliz’s Soap Plant died on July 5th. She was 100.
Barbara N. Shire, the founder of Los Feliz’s Soap Plant died on July 5th. She was 100.
The annual Children’s Festival of the Arts will take place at Paramount Pictures Sun., Aug. 10th from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m.
The annual Children’s Festival of the Arts will take place at Paramount Pictures Sun., Aug. 10th from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m.
Now through early 2015 at the Autry, the Route 66: The Road and the Romance exhibition goes the distance to present the history of the United States’ first transcontinental highway and its place in popular culture.
Now through early 2015 at the Autry, the Route 66: The Road and the Romance exhibition goes the distance to present the history of the United States’ first transcontinental highway and its place in popular culture.

As you enter the small theater, drums and yells set the mood, and one knows that a violent tale is about to unfold.
As you enter the small theater, drums and yells set the mood, and one knows that a violent tale is about to unfold.
Late summer in Los Angeles is the place to be for any music fan.
Late summer in Los Angeles is the place to be for any music fan.
Recent research suggests that the poisons homeowners and city agencies use to kill rodents are also implicated in the heavy casualties suffered by local bobcats
Recent research suggests that the poisons homeowners and city agencies use to kill rodents are also implicated in the heavy casualties suffered by local bobcats

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New Art & Installations at Barnsdall: Graffiti And Homeless

Park regulars and advocates are voicing alarm over what they say are steadily deteriorating conditions at Barnsdall Art Park.

Dr. Fleiss Remembered By Locals and Daughter Heidi

He worked as a favored pediatrician to Hollywood stars, yet felt compelled to work for free for those less well off.

CORRECTION: [CD4 Race] O’Grady Hopes 2nd Time’s The Charm

Tomas O’Grady is the newest candidate to enter the increasingly crowded race to represent Los Angeles Council District 4 (CD4).

More LaBonge Staff Changes

Los Angeles City Council District 4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s Deputy of Griffith Park, Anne-Marie Johnson, has resigned her post.

The Loss of a Child

Nick Fagnano, the 20-year-old killed when lightning hit water last Sunday at Venice Beach was a family friend of Publisher Allison Cohen's. The community that knew him, bounded by youth baseball, has described his death as

City Council Committee Denies Appeals to Griffith Park Baseball & Performance Arts Stage

Full City Council to Vote on Denial of the Appeals Friday, possibly clearing the way for both projects to become reality.

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