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L.A.'s drag scene is bigger than ever. But it'll take 'rebellion' to keep it safe
Despite an ongoing culture war, L.A.'s thriving drag scene is bursting with queens, kings, things and rebellious spirit.
SAG-AFTRA members approve strike authorization by overwhelming margin
If actors go on strike they would join Hollywood's writers, who are entering their sixth week of a walkout.
Community outrage saves Inglewood Vons grocery store
Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. made a late-night announcement Wednesday that after community uproar, the city will not use eminent domain to take the property where Vons grocery store is located. “The City Council and I understand that any construction on the Vons site would be disruptive to businesses,...
This 11-Mile Trail is One of the Most Dangerous in All of Southern California
This formidable peak has earned a reputation as the most dangerous hike in Southern California. However, it's not for the faint of heart but for the brave. And it promises an exhilarating hike.
La Santa Cecilias event in Los Angeles, CA Nov 3rd, 2023 – presale code
The newest La Santa Cecilia presale password is now ready to use. For a limited time you can get tickets before their public sale!. Don’t miss this awesome chance to go and see La Santa Cecilia’s event in Los Angeles, CA 😀. Below are what we so far...
Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins In Southern California
It is always strangely fascinating to see crumbling ruins from the past – whether of a single home, a shipwreck, or an entire civilization. The broken remnants of a place once full of life seem to hold secrets and stories that pique our curiosity. A collection of these strange ruins in Southern California is found at the edge of the Mojave Desert and does it ever have a story to tell.
The new L.A. sandwiches I can't stop eating
Where to find the best new sandwiches in Los Angeles, including a new tiny sandwich shop in Beverly Hills and a cheese counter in Santa Monica.
Council Could Address Use of Robot Police Dogs, but It’s Not a Discussion Point
News Went Viral That City Council Approved a Robotic Dog. In response as to whether the Pacific Palisades Community Council will address the issue of using police robot dogs, President Maryam Zar responded “We do not have it in our sights at the moment. We may agendize discussion at some point in the future”
Buffalo’s Cafe Spices Up Menu for Summertime
Sunny Days Ahead at Leading Wing Chain with HOT, New Dishes Available Through August 6. June 06, 2023 // Franchising.com // LOS ANGELES - Buffalo’s Cafe announces an all-new summer menu available for a limited time now through August 6. The limited-time Spice Up Your Summer menu features new additions like the Fajita Burrito, 24 Karat Gold Chicken Wings, and more.
L.A. County Animal Shelters See Rising Trend In Dog Admissions
The Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) reported a recent increase in stray dog admissions. The DACC reported that 4,971 dogs were admitted to animal care centers, averaging a 26.7 percent increase since the first quarter of 2022. Giving an increase of 1,048 dogs admitted to the seven animal shelters compared ...
Amid scrutiny, the James Beard Foundation awards 5 L.A. restaurants, chefs and writers
Here are all of the 2023 Los Angeles James Beard Award winners, including L.A. Times Food critic Bill Addison.
California leads U.S. in dog attacks on mail carriers as number of bites rises
Last year, there were 675 dog bites on mail carriers in California, 67% more than the No. 2 state, Texas, according to U.S. Postal Service data.
Popular Restaurant Chain Opening Another Location in California with New Store Opening in Bellflower
A beloved all-day dining restaurant chain opens another location in the Los Angeles metro area this week with free gifts for the first 100 guests. The all-day restaurant offers value and crave-worthy meals across breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night hours.
A look into the business of Broadway shows
The Tony Awards can send a surge of business to a Broadway show's ticket booth, but the absence of the awards can also mean posting closing notices. How thin are the financial margins for Broadway shows? What does it take to keep a show operating? And when does a financial hit become a financial boom? Pat Kiernan speaks with NY1's Frank Dilella and two Tony Award winners, Warren Leight and Ken Davenport, about the economics of the Great White Way.
Here's the Story: The 'Brady Bunch' House in Los Angeles Is the Week's Most Popular Home
The oh, so familiar residence that served as the exterior for sitcom stalwart "The Brady Bunch" is this week's most popular home on Realtor.com®. Located in the L.A. suburb of Studio City, the five-bedroom home appears almost exactly as you might remember it from the show, thanks to HGTV. The network purchased the place in 2018 and had its stars transform the interior and exterior to create a near-exact replica of the house on the iconic show that ran from 1969 to 1974.
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