Los Angeles, CAComplex

Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine Team Up to Open High School in Los Angeles

Plans for a new public high school project in Los Angeles, backed by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, were approved this month by the L.A. Board of Education. The school, currently being referred to as Regional High School No. 1, will be located at Audubon Middle School in the Leimert Park neighborhood in South Los Angeles. As detailed in an expansive Los Angeles Times piece about the magnet school project on Monday, transportation options for students outside the immediate local area will be offered.
Glendora, CAfoxla.com

Body of woman found on the 210 Freeway

GLENDORA, Calif. - The body of a woman was found Monday morning on the 210 Freeway in Glendora, and it appears to have been a freak accident. The death occurred just before 1 a.m. on the westbound 210 Freeway east of Glendora Avenue, said California Highway Patrol Officer Kyle Bush.
Santa Monica, CAPosted by
Michelle Loucadoux

Running Through Santa Monica's Wealth Disparity

There are few places in the world that display the vast disparity of humanity as blatantly as the beaches of Santa Monica. In one short stroll along the bustling sidewalk, one can observe the hopelessly downtrodden, the wealthiest of the wealthy, and everything in between. All juxtaposed alongside the crashing waves and pristine sand of the Pacific.
Anaheim, CAPosted by

3 Outstanding Burger Places in Anaheim You Have to Try

The food that can be eaten anywhere at any time, if it's good. According toJulian Canlas, who is a food blogger at Twisper,"the hamburger is probably most often associated with the USA. This is no surprise as it has become somewhat of a staple in that great nation. However, the story of the creation of the hamburger (one of many stories) is that the hamburger was brought to America by German immigrants from (surprise, surprise) Hamburg in the early 20th century. As a result, you would expect the best burgers to come from either America or Germany."
Los Angeles, CAfoxla.com

Teenager shot in Florence neighborhood of South LA

LOS ANGELES - A teenager was shot Monday in the Florence neighborhood of South Los Angeles, and authorities were looking for the gunman. The shooting was reported around 10:38 a.m. near the intersection of Avalon Boulevard and East 83rd Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The victim, a...
Los Angeles, CAJezebel

The Housewife and the Hustler Is a Necessary Yet Flawed Portrait of Erika Jayne, Tom Girardi, & American Greed

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne’s most famous tagline is “I am an enigma wrapped in a riddle and cash.” But from the allegations laid out in ABC’s new documentary on the many lawsuits pending against her and ex-husband Tom Girardi, including claims of legal malpractice and fraud, it seems that at least some of that cash she’s been wrapped up in on television is not actually hers, or her husbands.
Los Angeles, CAOk Magazine

Jennifer Garner & Daughter Seraphina Step Out For Smoothies Before Ben Affleck's PDA With Jennifer Lopez Makes Headlines — Photos

What media circus? Jennifer Garner enjoyed a mother-daughter day with 12-year-old Seraphina as ex-husband Ben Affleck’s new romance continues to be a hot topic. The Alias alum, 49, showed off her sporty side in black leggings, a white tee and sneakers while treating her youngest daughter to a tasty snack in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 12. At one point, the adorable pair held hands as they walked into the shop, where they eventually emerged carrying smoothies.
Pasadena, CApasadenanow.com

Man Accused of Severely Beating Senior Citizen During Dispute Over Parking Space in Pasadena

Police arrested a man who they say severely beat a man twice his age during a dispute over parking outside a Home Depot store in Pasadena on Sunday afternoon. Nicholas John Gomez, 30, of Pasadena was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon following the alleged attack, which took place shortly before 5 p.m. at the home improvement store, 2881 E. Walnut St. according to Pasadena police officials and Los Angeles County booking records.
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Los Angeles Times

Essential California: The gigantic transit project that hasn’t happened

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s June 14. I’m Justin Ray. Last week, the Biden administration restored a $929-million federal grant for the California bullet train project that had been terminated in May 2019 by then-President Trump. The restoration was the result of a settlement from a lawsuit brought by California, claiming the U.S. Department of Transportation acted improperly in taking the money away.