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  • AGAINST THE GOVERNOR’S WISHES
    AGAINST THE GOVERNOR’S WISHES
  • Out and About: July 2014
    Out and About: July 2014
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    [Almost Famous] Deadmau5 – While (1<2)
  • Kayak, Paddle, Fish or Volunteer at the Los Angeles River
    Kayak, Paddle, Fish or Volunteer at the Los Angeles River
  • The “Mammas” and the LAPD Papas Working to Be Safe and Warm in L.A.
    The “Mammas” and the LAPD Papas Working to Be Safe and Warm in L.A.
  • [Focus on the Advertiser] Psychobabble Now Speaks Bru
    [Focus on the Advertiser] Psychobabble Now Speaks Bru
  • Cartoon by Gindoff
    Cartoon by Gindoff
  • Where to Watch Fireworks this July 4th
    Where to Watch Fireworks this July 4th
  • Home Restaurant Owners Create “H Coffee” on Hillhurst
    Home Restaurant Owners Create “H Coffee” on Hillhurst

 

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Police have yet to make an arrest in the death of 19-year-old Christopher Hernandez, shot and killed June 5th just after his sister’s graduation.
Police have yet to make an arrest in the death of 19-year-old Christopher Hernandez, shot and killed June 5th just after his sister’s graduation.
On May 21st, Skylar—who had just turned 18—was hit by a driver who failed to stop on Fletcher Drive between Larga and Atwater avenues as he was walking in a crosswalk.
On May 21st, Skylar—who had just turned 18—was hit by a driver who failed to stop on Fletcher Drive between Larga and Atwater avenues as he was walking in a crosswalk.
O'Farrell states: Affordable housing in Los Angeles is a
O'Farrell states: Affordable housing in Los Angeles is a
Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Dustbowl Revival. The Ford’s Zev Yaroslavsky Signature Series kicks off with a joyous evening of music that promises to be one toe-tapping event to remember. Ford Amphitheater, Sat., July 5th, 8 p.m.
Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Dustbowl Revival. The Ford’s Zev Yaroslavsky Signature Series kicks off with a joyous evening of music that promises to be one toe-tapping event to remember. Ford Amphitheater, Sat., July 5th, 8 p.m.
Experts have studied generations of youngsters trying to decipher the innate differences in how the sexes develop...
Experts have studied generations of youngsters trying to decipher the innate differences in how the sexes develop...
There is a sense of coherency to While (1<2) that makes the entire album an incredibly enjoyable listen...
There is a sense of coherency to While (1<2) that makes the entire album an incredibly enjoyable listen...
“Be prepared to have your mind blown,” said Shelly Backlar, director of Education Programs for Friends of the Los Angeles River, a nonprofit organization.
“Be prepared to have your mind blown,” said Shelly Backlar, director of Education Programs for Friends of the Los Angeles River, a nonprofit organization.
Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD) Northeast division Capt. Jeff Bert is hoping to build trust with neighborhood residents, starting with a group of about a dozen mothers
Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD) Northeast division Capt. Jeff Bert is hoping to build trust with neighborhood residents, starting with a group of about a dozen mothers
Remember Vermont Avenue’s Psychobabble? Now the space has been revamped and revisited as Bru Coffee Bar.
Remember Vermont Avenue’s Psychobabble? Now the space has been revamped and revisited as Bru Coffee Bar.
At the home of Be a Gold, a community of people can gather for an afternoon of conversations, great food, and music.
At the home of Be a Gold, a community of people can gather for an afternoon of conversations, great food, and music.
Local realtors are describing the current residential market as “anxious,” “cooled off,”  “honest,” and other euphemisms for “not quite the boom times of last year.”
Local realtors are describing the current residential market as “anxious,” “cooled off,” “honest,” and other euphemisms for “not quite the boom times of last year.”
With the recent lack of rainfall, many coyotes are entering into residential neighborhoods.
With the recent lack of rainfall, many coyotes are entering into residential neighborhoods.
The first “Los Feliz Night Out” will be held July 17th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The first “Los Feliz Night Out” will be held July 17th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Locals spots to celebrate the holiday festivities
Locals spots to celebrate the holiday festivities
Expanding the neighborhood’s established coffee culture even further is H Coffee, set in a Craftsman-style bungalow on Hillhurst Avenue, an extension of the popular Home restaurant.
Expanding the neighborhood’s established coffee culture even further is H Coffee, set in a Craftsman-style bungalow on Hillhurst Avenue, an extension of the popular Home restaurant.

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State Imposes Mandatory Water Restrictions ~ Fines up to $500 A Day

In response to one of the worst drought's in decades, the state of California imposes water restrictions on outdoor usage with fines up to 0 a day

Police Say They Are Headed “In the Right Direction” In Hernandez Slaying

Police have yet to make an arrest in the death of 19-year-old Christopher Hernandez, shot and killed June 5th just after his sister’s graduation.

Hit and Run Marshall High School Victim Remains Hospitalized After 15 Days in Coma

On May 21st, Skylar—who had just turned 18—was hit by a driver who failed to stop on Fletcher Drive between Larga and Atwater avenues as he was walking in a crosswalk.

O’Farrell: “CD13 Tops New Affordable Housing Construction”

O'Farrell states: Affordable housing in Los Angeles is a

Out and About: July 2014

Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Dustbowl Revival. The Ford’s Zev Yaroslavsky Signature Series kicks off with a joyous evening of music that promises to be one toe-tapping event to remember. Ford Amphitheater, Sat., July 5th, 8 p.m.

As City Seeks Greek Suitors – Revenue is Key

Whoever the city selects, the request for proposals makes it clear that increasing the city’s share of revenues will be key to any partnership.

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