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It's your one-stop, one-item shop for Jerry Maguire on VHS.
If approved, tourism funds would be reinvested in neighborhoods impacted the most.
Architect Richard Neutra, founder of the 'California Modern' style, is an internationally recognized figure in the 20th Century Modern architecture movement.
Motions call out lack of public trust and some say confirm the claim the city is guilty of backroom deals.
A local artist suspected of altering the Hollywood Sign on New Year’s morning to make it read “Hollyweed” has voluntarily surrendered.
Updates and reminders of some of the most important stories we covered in 2016, including LaBonge's document destruction, the Rowena Road Diet, Beachwood Canyon tourism and more.
Doug Haines, Jessica Salans, David De la Torre, Bill Zide and Sylvie Shain will be on the March 7th ballot.
Pat Saperstein's recaps and predictions for the local food scene.
This New Year's Eve will mark 50 years since Los Angeles police raided The Black Cat bar and arrested several gay men who were seen kissing as the clock struck midnight.
Anyone who lived through middle school knows it’s a notoriously tough time. Here are some tips on preparing for the transition.
Mitchell Schwartz has emerged as the leading contender against Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in the upcoming March mayoral election.
Bakersfield Mist originally premiered in 2011 at the Fountain Theatre, went on to run in London’s West End and has enjoyed successful productions at a number of regional theaters.
If it’s reggae-related, Roger Steffens most likely has it stored away in his Echo Park bungalow.
Some of our favorite cocktail recipes from 2016, along with quotes from local bartenders explaining what they like about their drinks of choice.

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Ryu Introduces Motion to Ease Impacts of Tourism Surge

If approved, tourism funds would be reinvested in neighborhoods impacted the most.

[UPDATE] Ryu, Krekorian and Buscaino Seek to Stop Developer Donations

Motions call out lack of public trust and some say confirm the claim the city is guilty of backroom deals.

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City policies changed in 2016 and two lawsuits were filed over former Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s destruction of...

2016 Year in Review

Updates and reminders of some of the most important stories we covered in 2016, including LaBonge's document destruction, the Rowena Road Diet, Beachwood Canyon tourism and more.

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