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Photos: Exploring The Music, Movies And Motorcycles Of Pioneertown

Pioneertown has evolved over the years to become a colorful desert escape for music fans, artists and adventurers seeking a desert refuge.

See The Stars And Creatures Of The Night At This Science Festival In The Mountains

The all-ages science fest will include live animal demos, night hikes, movies, food trucks and more.

L.A. City Council Backs $8.76 Billion Budget With Increased Spending On Homelessness

The budget includes $138 million directed towards providing services and 600 units of housing for the homeless.

A Weird Reverse 'May Gray' Is Keeping Inland L.A. Cloudier Than Usual

According to the pros over at the National Weather Service, this atypical weather pattern is called "reverse clearing."

Another Flower Petal Art Installation Will Land Near Downtown L.A. This Month

The anonymous art collective behind the Griffith Park Teahouse and Petal Drop LA, is returning with an entirely new floral art installation later this month.

Risk Of Dying In An Earthquake Roughly The Same As Being Shot By A Toddler, Expert Says

Your chances of being struck by lightning are also higher than dying in a quake.

Beloved Discount Retailer Century 21 Will Take Over Santa Monica's Shuttered Kitson

The fashionable New York-based clothing store will be the first pop-up shop in a high-tech, futuristic shopping concept.

Photos: A Look Back At Hollywood's Iconic Chinese Theatre

One of Hollywood's most recognizable landmarks is celebrating 89 years of bringing the stars to the screen and their feet to the cement.

Photos: Massive Space Shuttle Fuel Tank Lands In L.A. To Join The Endeavour

A barge carrying a 15-story all external fuel tank, the last of its kind from NASA, arrived in Marina del Rey early Wednesday morning.

A New Museum Will Uncover The History Of L.A.'s Italian American Community

The museum will occupy the restored Italian Hall, once a social and cultural center of the Italian American community, near Olvera Street.

Pipeline Company Faces Criminal Charges Over Santa Barbara Oil Spill

"We hope it will result in some penalties that can be used to help restore some of the damage."

Protesters Stage Sit-In Demanding Closure Of Aliso Canyon Gas Facility

Nearly two dozen protesters marched to the Aliso Canyon Gas Facility to demand its closure following the massive Porter Ranch gas leak.

Swimmer's Body Found Floating Offshore In El Segundo

A witness reported seeing the body in the water north of lifeguard tower 45.

Adam Carolla Just Launched A New Beer With A South Bay Brewery

The comedian and host has teamed up with King Harbor Brewery to release a hoppy new IPA.

Take A Peek At The Impressive Food Lineup For 'Smorgasburg' Market Opening In L.A.

The massive outdoor market is set to open downtown in June and will offer an huge lineup of food vendors from L.A. and New York.

Charges Dismissed Against Ferguson Protesters Who Blocked 101 Freeway

A jury initially rejected some of the charges against some of the individuals this March, but were unable to agree on a verdict for all of the counts.

Your Ultimate Guide To Outdoor Movie Screenings In Los Angeles For 2016

From vintage classics to more recent cult favorites, there are plenty of great outdoor screenings taking place all over town this spring and summer.

Danny Trejo Speaks Up For Students After Sylmar High School Brawl

"You're not listening to them. They'll come up with the solution."

The 18 Best Bars For Outdoor Drinking In Los Angeles

Whether you're looking to stick your toes in the sand while you sip or challenge a friend to ping-pong over a beer, we rounded up our favorite bars for outdoor drinking in Los Angeles.

Korean BBQ, Beer And Karaoke Are On The Menu For This 'Lucky Peach' Book Party

There will also be a dance party thanks to a DJ set by Them Jeans.

Da Vinci Fire Suspect Was Angry About Police Killings Of African Americans, Witnesses Say

Witnesses say the suspect was angry about the about the August 2014 shooting of Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo.

Grand Central Market Celebrates Summer With Late Nights, Happy Hours And Movies

They're also adding a free shuttle to take you from dinner at the market to nearby venues like the Music Center, Staples Center and the Orpheum Theatre.

Bakery Owners Accused Of Human Trafficking Must Pay Workers $15.2 Million, Judge Rules

The employees allege that they were forced to do yard work and laundry at the owner's house, where they also had to sleep on the floor.

Photos: Sip Travel-Inspired Cocktails At This New Railway-Themed Arts District Bar

The bar's name, design, cocktails and food serve as an homage to La Grande Station, the Moorish-style, domed passenger terminal that was once occupied the area.

Grrr: L.A. Is The Worst City In The Country For Road Rage, Study Finds

The study also found that the worst time for road rage is 6 p.m., while Friday is the worst day.

L.A. Beer Week Kicks Off With Over 80 Breweries, Food Trucks, Music & More

The annual L.A. Beer Week returns this June with a bigger-than-ever kickoff festival with unlimited tastings from a great lineup of craft brewers, new food options and more.

Night + Market Will Be Opening A Third Restaurant In Venice

Save yourself that trip across town when you're craving the nam khao sod.

Video: Cruise The New Metro Line Expansion Before It Opens Next Week

See what it's like to ride the rails from Culver City to Santa Monica in a sneak peek video from Metro.

Photo: Enjoy A Break At This Pop-Up Park Opening In Hollywood Next Week

The park will host a special opening ceremony with interactive stations where visitors can share their thoughts on how public space could be improved throughout Hollywood.

Celebrate Original Tommy's Birthday With 70 Cent Chili Burgers And Mariachi Bands

Just don't get too carried away with the deal, as they limit five per customer.

'Desert Trip' Music Festival's Food Lineup Features Some Of L.A.'s Best Chefs

October's concert in Indio with the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and other elder statesmen of rock, will also feature food from some of the most celebrated chefs from L.A. and beyond.

The Best Empanadas In Los Angeles

Whether you're showing up to a party with a welcome dozen or two, or just looking for a tasty snack, here are our favorite empanadas around L.A.

Depressed Cake Shop Addresses Mental Health Issues With A Sweet Pop-Up

A pop-up bake shop aimed at raising awareness of mental health will bring desserts, live music, art and fashion to Santa Monica this weekend.

Hit-And-Run Driver Crashes Into Home Pinning Sleeping Boy Against Wall

An 18-year-old was also in the room playing video games instead of sleeping, which the family says may have saved him from further injury.

Photos: The Mast Brothers Chocolate Factory And Shop Opens In The Arts District

Tours will be hosted every hour with chocolate tastings to follow.

Video: Skateboarder Bombs Down Echo Park's Baxter Street

L.A.'s notoriously steep Baxter Street was just schooled by a skateboarder who took a gnarly ride down the epic hill.

11 Places To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo With Food And Drink Specials

Celebrate the Battle of Puebla with tasty bites, frosty beverages and, in some cases, live mariachi bands.

There's A Free Screening Of 'Purple Rain' Happening At The Wiltern This Month [UPDATE]

The theater's lobby will be decorated for the occasion and there will be plenty of Prince jams playing before the screening.

Thousands Of Apartments Will Need To Be Earthquake Retrofitted Soon

A portion of the cost of the earthquake retrofitting could be passed on to tenants.

Photos: Pasta Is The New Breakfast At Knead & Co. In Grand Central Market

A new downtown pasta bar is serving up a breakfast that may make converts of even the most carb-averse Angelenos.

There's A Pickle Party Happening At Grand Central Market This Month

Sample some of the best pickles in town, learn about fermenting techniques and lend a hand in making 1,000 pounds of sauerkraut.

El Niño May Have Increased The Risk Of Fires In Southern California

Researchers also say hotter summers caused by climate change will also increase the fire risk in SoCal.

The Best Rooftop Bars In Los Angeles

From dazzling views of the city lights below to soothing ocean vistas, we rounded up our favorite rooftop bars around L.A.

This Year's Venice Art Walk Features Studio Tours, Live Music & A Beer Garden

An upcoming art walk in Venice will offer studio tours, live music, food and a beer garden with proceeds helping to provide healthcare to those in need.

John Wayne Day Proposal Rejected Over Racist Comments Made By The Actor

Lawmakers also weren't thrilled by the late actor's support for the anti-communist House Un-American Activities Committee.

Neil Young Will Unveil His New Album At The Natural History Museum's First Friday Event

The legendary rocker will host the first public listening session of his latest album and share his process of making the record.

Robert J. Cooper, Founder Of St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Dead At 39

St-Germain is considered the "bartender's ketchup."

Photos: These Design Finalists Show The Pershing Square Of The Future

The final four proposals for the redesign of downtown L.A.'s Pershing Square have been unveiled.

Video: Prince's Former Band The Revolution Announce Reunion Plans

The 'Purple Rain'-era line-up unveiled their plans during a gathering to honor the late Artist.

Photos: The New Food Lineup At The Hollywood Bowl Cranks Things Up To 11

You'll find everything from tacos and BBQ to wood-grilled fish and picnic-friendly salads.

Photos: Inside The Gloriously Restored Highland Park Bowl

The historic 1927 venue has been beautifully restored and now offers a prime destination for bowling, craft cocktails and wood-fired pizzas.

'Top Chef' Plans New Ramen Shop And Rockabilly-Inspired Diner For Downtown

A veteran L.A. chef plans to open a noodle shop downtown, followed by a Japanese American-style diner.

Coachella Brawl Between Security Guards Ends With Two Stabbings

Two security guards were stabbed when a fight broke out at the entrance to Coachella this past weekend.

A Stunning Restaurant With Upscale Eats Heads To The Third Street Promenade

A sweeping, two-story restaurant aims to reinvigorate the local dining scene along Santa Monica's touristy promenade with the help of international flavors and local ingredients.

Petit Trois' Chef Ludo Unveils Plan For A Second Location In The Valley

The chef of the celebrated French bistro in Hollywood will soon take his famed Big Mec burger and perfect omelette over the hill.

Lagunitas Opening An Enormous Brewery And Taproom In The SGV

The popular Petaluma-based brewery has a sprawling new facility in the works for Azusa.

City Agrees To Return Seized Tiny Homes Built For The Homeless

Organizers are now looking for land to place the homes, ideally with access to a shower and bathrooms, electricity and other necessities.

A Pop-Up Kitchen And New Cocktails Are Coming To The Historic El Cid Patio

Silver Lake's historic music venue will feature Mediterranean-inspired bites and new cocktails on the spacious patio.

Chyna, Pioneering Wrestling Star And Actress, Found Dead At 45

No obvious signs of foul play were found at the scene.

Hospital Accused Of Dumping Homeless Patient In Street To Pay $450,000 Settlement

The hospital has also agreed to strict patient release protocols in response to allegations that they abandoned the patient with only a bus token.

Rooftop Film Club's June Lineup Includes Favorites From The 80s, 90s & Beyond

Get ready to watch some of your favorite flicks while comfortably lounging on a rooftop beneath the stars this June.

Photos: This New Downtown Fried Chicken And Donuts Spot Is Open 24-Hours On Weekends

There's a new downtown destination that's ready to satisfy your cravings for fried chicken, chef-designed donuts and quality coffee round the clock on the weekends.

19 Places In Los Angeles For Stoners To Satisfy The Munchies

From crazy mac and cheese mashups to ice cream-stuffed donuts, here's plenty of tasty grub for your 4/20 celebrations.

Real Estate Agent Hijacked The Geotag Of Thousands Of Coachella Photos, Fans Say

A high-end L.A. real estate agent may have tricked thousands of Coachella attendees into tagging their photos with his Facebook page instead of the festival venue.

Mayor Garcetti Pledges To Support And Protect Rights Of Transgender People

The mayor and other elected officials signed a pledge promising to protect the rights of transgender people as part of a new statewide coalition.

A New Leak Spouted Gas And Oil Into The Air Above Porter Ranch

The well sprayed petroleum and an unknown amount of natural gas into the air on Saturday.

Silver Lake 'Drugs' Sign Is Destined For The Museum Of Neon Art

A vintage sign above a shuttered Silver Lake drug store will get a second life at the Museum of Neon Art in Glendale.

Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Guest House At Barnsdall Park To Be Restored

A guesthouse built for the recently restored Hollyhock House at Barnsdall Art Park in Los Feliz will soon also undergo a much-needed makeover.

Photos: This New Silver Lake Spot Pairs Spicy Thai Bar Bites With Great Wine

A new wine bar in Silver Lake has crossed the spicy flavors of a popular neighborhood Thai spot with an excellent selection of wine and beer.

Classic Highland Park Liquor Store Getting Local Booze And Hidden Sandwich Shop

A neighborhood liquor store in Highland Park will soon get a spiffy makeover complete with a hidden sandwich shop and local beer, wine and spirits.

Cracking The Case Of The Global Crime Rings That Are Stealing California's Nuts

Sophisticated crime rings are increasingly stealing millions of dollars worth of almonds, walnuts and other high value nuts from the Central Valley.

Where To Get The Best Food And Drink Deals For Tax Day 2016

From $1 cocktails and oysters to all night happy hours, here are plenty of ways to spend what's left of your hard earned money on Monday.

Echo Park Shops Get The Boot As Developer Plans Huge 'Retail Compound'

Long-time tenants along a busy stretch of Sunset Blvd. are preparing to relocate as a developer prepares to transform the area

Porter Ranch Residents Smell Gas Again, Even Though Leak Is Capped

Months after the disastrous Porter Ranch gas leak was finally capped, nearby residents say they can smell a strong odor, prompting further investigation.

The Natural History Museum Wants Your Help To Track Urban Wildlife

The new Urban Nature Research Center wants to help reconnect Angelenos with the urban wildlife that surrounds them.

Watch Classic Movies In Some Of Downtown's Beautiful Historic Theaters

The 30th anniversary of the Los Angeles Conservancy's beloved Last Remaining Seats series will take place this June.

Echo Park's Beloved Chango Coffee Is Up For Sale

Care to buy a coffee shop with your latte?

Photos: There's A Massive Vintage Steam Train Parked At Union Station

The hulking, steam-powered locomotive is on view today and tomorrow.

Ex-Cop Charged With Assault For Allegedly Slamming Man's Head On Concrete

A former police corporal was arrested today on charges that he violently assaulted an alleged tagger while on duty in an incident caught on a surveillance camera.

The Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy Is Coming To The Big Screen For One Night Only

The original trilogy returns to the big screen as part of a nationwide roadshow sponsored by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

Photos: John Lautner's Modernist Lair From 'Diamonds Are Forever' Is Up For Sale

The Palm Springs abode is considered one of Lautner's most famous homes and the perfect residence for a wealthy recluse.

There's A Free Kanye West and Beethoven Orchestral Mashup Happening This Weekend

An orchestra of young L.A. musicians will perform a free concert that explores the common sounds of Kanye’s 'Yeezus' album and the music of Beethoven.

Our Favorite Beers From Local Breweries

Whether you're craving a super-hoppy IPA, a tart sour or a smoky porter—or really anything in between—here are our favorite beers from local brewers.

Video: LeBron James Considers Second Career As Pizza Guy At Pasadena's Blaze

The NBA star and budding actor seems to be a man of many talents.

Rain And Thunderstorms May Put A Damper On Your Weekend Plans

Rain and possible thunderstorms are expected to arrive in Southern California today and continue through the weekend.

Photos: Firestone Walker's First L.A. Brewpub Is Now Pouring In Venice

The much-anticipated Venice taproom of beloved Paso Robles-based brewers Firestone Walker is finally open to the public.

A Christian Cross Doesn't Belong On The L.A. County Seal, Judge Says

A federal judge has ruled that the placement of a Christian cross on the seal of L.A. County is unconstitutional, bringing to a close a long-standing debate, at least for now.

Suge Knight Says That Dr. Dre And Sheriff's Deputies Tried To Have Him Killed

The former rap mogul is alleging that Dr. Dre conspired with the L.A. County Sheriff's Department to have Knight shot and killed in 2014.

McDonald's Wants To Add A Drive-Through To Their Oldest Surviving Restaurant

The oldest surviving McDonald's in Downey has served up burgers and fries over the past 60 years without a drive-through, but that could soon change if the company gets its way.

Anti-Semitic Flyers Sent Remotely To College Campus Printers By Hacker

A well-known computer hacker has claimed responsibility for sending anti-Semitic and racist flyers to public printers nationwide, including college campuses in L.A. county.

Over 30 German Shepherds Found Abandoned In A Home

If the owners can't be located, the dogs will be put up for adoption in about ten days.

Bowling, Bands And Booze Will Return To The Historic Highland Park Bowl

The 1927 bowling alley, known for decades as music venue Mr. T.'s Bowl, is being painstakingly restored retaining plenty of original, vintage designs.

Over 1,300 Photos Of Los Angeles' Finest Modern Architecture Released By USC

A newly unveiled collection of digitized photographs reveal a beautifully hazy look at some of the most famous architecture of Southern California and beyond.

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