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Students from Marshall and 110 other Los Angeles County schools will perform.
City Attorney Mike Feuer asks others to come forward, not just those in entertainment
Barish graduated John Marshall in 1954, after attending Thomas Starr King and Micheltorena in the 1940s.
Even as road diets in other council districts have been halted or reversed, the one on Rowena Avenue remains intact.
The city may raise the cost to file an appeal by 15,000% in order to cover its costs to process them, officials say.
Some claim that their trash pick up costs have doubled while service has diminished under the new program.
City will now retain public records for at least two years before destroying them.
One neighbor compared the project to a 'whale surrounded by minnows' and a 'bowling ball in a game of marbles.'
Silver Lake lost electrical service several times last month. Outages lasted up to 10 hours for some over Labor Day weekend.
Dracula’s apartment, the 'Bat Man of Los Angeles,' the spookiest section of Dodger Stadium and more!
Mateo Justin Hargrove, 3, had his original joke published in a book published by the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation.
A mother sending her oldest son to college reflects on new lasts and firsts.

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City Attorney Urges Others

City Attorney Mike Feuer asks others to come forward, not just those in entertainment

“Road Diet” Opponents Awaiting Study

Even as road diets in other council districts have been halted or reversed, the one on Rowena Avenue remains intact.

Locals React to $13K Appeals Fee Hike

The city may raise the cost to file an appeal by 15,000% in order to cover its costs to process them, officials say.

recycLA Roll Out Aggravates Area Businesses

Some claim that their trash pick up costs have doubled while service has diminished under the new program.

City Settles Lawsuit Over LaBonge Doc Destruction

City will now retain public records for at least two years before destroying them.

Power Outages Concern Area Residents 

Silver Lake lost electrical service several times last month. Outages lasted up to 10 hours for some over Labor Day weekend.

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