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Pedestrian Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver Near Santa Monica Beachfront

A woman walking on the street in Santa Monica was killed and her daughter was hospitalized after they were struck by a hit-and-run driver this morning.

Man Who Fires On Police Dog Is Shot And Killed By Police

Police shot and killed a man in Anaheim today after he shot a police dog in the face.

LAPD Officer Crashes Into McDonald's After Careening Off Freeway

An off-duty police officer made the most dangerous McDonald’s run ever when his car sailed off a freeway off-ramp and crashed into a McDonald’s drive-thru.

Video: Angelenos Trip Over Our Broken Sidewalks In Hilarious Spoof Of Pharrell's 'Happy'

While there’ve been plenty of people making their own versions of Pharrells’ “Happy” music video, this one’s #political.

Toddler Comes Down With Strange, Polio-Like Illness

While polio has been mostly eradicated worldwide by vaccines, an illness with similar symptoms has been popping up in California.

Proposed Bridge Over L.A. River Could Let Us Hike From Glendale To Griffith Park

Glendale is hiring an engineering firm to look at the possibility of building bridges across the L.A. River, including to Griffith Park and Atwater Village.

New City Website Lets You Play With Graphs To (Sorta) See Where Your Taxes Go

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is giving you a chance to use your Excel knowledge with a new website that shows where city tax money goes in adjustable graphs.

Suspected Hash Oil Lab Explodes In Commerce

Two men were hospitalized when their suspected home hash oil lab exploded in Commerce last night.

Obama To Give UCI Students Bragging Rights For Life By Giving Commencement Speech

UC Irvine students officially have a better commencement speech than everyone else because President Barack Obama is giving theirs in June.

Welfare Worker Arrested For Allegedly Molesting A 7-Year-Old

A county welfare worker was arrested from his Atwater Village home after allegedly sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl.

Guy Sues IHOP For Stealing His 'Pancake Pile' Game Idea

Two things we love, addictive iPhone games and cheap pancakes, came into conflict when the creator of the “Pancake Pile” app sued IHOP for allegedly putting a similar game on its website.

Teens Who Broke Into Douchey Mansion and Trashed It Dealt Criminal Charges

Fourteen teenagers who allegedly broke into a La Habra Heights mansion a while back and threw a party, causing $1 million in damage and even stealing a stuffed snow leopard, now face misdemeanor and felony charges.

LAX Shooting Proves Our Airport Isn't Really Ready For A Crisis, Report Says

Following a shooting last year at Los Angeles Airport that left a TSA agent dead and three people injured, officials say LAX is ill-equipped to handle a crisis.

Human Skull and Shoe Found Near Brush Fire

Investigators are looking into what appears to be a human skull and a shoe found near the fire that broke out Friday in northern L.A. County.

Four People Stabbed at Nightclub

Three men and a woman were hospitalized after being stabbed during a fight at the Continental Room in Fullerton.

Can Molly Be Used to Treat PTSD?

Molly aka MDMA is being explored as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.

Police Arrested Hundreds of People for Buying Alcohol for Minors This Weekend

Think twice before you buy a six-pack for that desperate teen.

The Best Places to See Wildflowers Near L.A.

Wildflower season is officially underway. Here is a list of five of our favorite places to see wild blooms.

Amber Alert Goes Out for 4 Missing Children [UPDATE]

An Amber Alert was issued for four missing children who were kidnapped by their biological parents. Two boys, ages 7 and 5, and twin 1-year-old girls were in the care of their grandmother in Boyle Heights when they were abducted by their parents, who have a restraining order against them.

High-Speed Chase Ends in Three-Car Crash Downtown

Five people were hospitalized after a high-speed car chase ended in a three-car collision Downtown early today. Police chased a stolen BMW before it crashed into another car, overturning it.

Nelly's 'Hot in Herre' Is Playing Nonstop On This Radio Station

Nelly’s “Hot in Herre” has been playing for at least 17 straight hours on San Francisco’s Latino Mix 105.7.

The LAPD Has a Sweet-Ass Lamborghini Now

Plus, the LAPD Lamborghini has Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Expect Traffic Delays in Old Town Pasadena for the Next Two Months

Major construction is starting in Old Town Pasadena Monday, which will result in more traffic there for the next two months.

Body Found at Recycling Plant

A woman’s body was found at an Anaheim recycling plant Friday.

Activists Protest Fracking at Democratic Party Convention

Governor Jerry Brown had to speak over a group of activists today who waved signs and yelled in opposition to his administration’s fracking policies. Brown was at the second day of the California Democratic Party’s annual convention in Los Angeles to make his case for re-election after announcing his candidacy last month when he was interrupted by protesters.

L.A. Marathon Security Gets Beefed Up

Following last year’s deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Los Angeles Marathon will see heightened security measures. Marathon runners have to pick up their own race packets and will only be allowed to bring a clear plastic bag provided to them.

Stage Collapses at High School, Injuring 25

The stage at Servite High School in Anaheim collapsed during a rally Saturday night, injuring at least 25 people. The collapse happened at about 10 p.m. during the annual Rosary High School Red and Gold Rally.

NBC's Robert Kovacik Photobombed in West Hollywood

During NBC4's live newscast last night, the station's Robert Kovacik got a little more than he bargained for while reporting in West Hollywood. We're assuming Kovacik was covering street closures for the L.A. Marathon on the 11 p.m. newscast when a photobomber showed up and made a kissy face behind him.

The Best Selfies From the L.A. Marathon

If you were like us and were too lazy to get up for the L.A. Marathon on a Daylight Savings day, these selfies will make you feel like you were there. About 25,000 people took part in the marathon this morning, which ran from Dodger Stadium to near the Santa Monica Pier.

Brothers Arrested in Connection With Murder ... From 1989

Like a real-life episode of “True Detective,” investigators have just now arrested two brothers in connection with a murder from 1989. David Zimmer, the husband of a victim of strangulation, and his brother, Robert Zimmer, were arrested last week in connection with the murder of Cathy Zimmer.

L.A. Marathon Ruins Our Brunch Plans

Seriously, don’t mess with our Sunday brunch.

Elderly Woman Stung 1,000 Times by Bees

A 71-year-old woman from Palm Desert is recovering from being stung around 1,000 times by a swarm of bees. The swarm of 75,000 to 80,000 Africanized honey bees was disturbed when a Verizon employee opened an underground vault.

Overheard in L.A.: The Marathon Edition

This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation about the marathon, the Valley and LACMA.

Man Dies While Hiking at Runyon Canyon

A man died after becoming ill while hiking at Runyon Canyon today. The man was reported ill at about 2:20 p.m. at the Hollywood park and died at the scene.

Pedestrian Struck and Killed by Metrolink Train

A pedestrian was hit by a Metrolink train and killed in Pacoima this morning. The crash happened at about 2 a.m. at Van Nuys Boulevard and San Fernando Road.

Ice Cream Cleanse Is the Only Cleanse We'd Ever Try

Here’s a cleanse we can get behind: A vegan ice cream store in Venice is offering a four-day cleanse in which you eat nothing but ice cream. Kippy’s offers a $240 cleanse in which participants eat five pints of raw coconut-based ice cream a day for four days straight.

Chipotle Is Suing Frank Ocean Over Ad

Chipotle and Frank Ocean's partnership for an ad has resulted in a lawsuit. Chipotle says it paid $212,500 to the R&B singer for an ad campaign, but Ocean backed out and hasn’t returned the money, leading to Chipotle suing the R&B singer.

Disputed 'Bitcoin Inventor' Was a Community Activist

Only two days before Newsweek would publish a story alleging Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, 64, is the inventor of Internet currency Bitcoin, the Temple City, Calif. resident was fighting for better traffic control at a busy intersection in his town. Nakamoto appeared at a city council meeting March 4 to ask for more stop signs to slow down traffic at the intersection of Longden Avenue and Encinita Avenue in Temple City.

Teen Running Across Freeway After Crash Killed in Hit-and-Run

An 18-year-old man was hit and killed by a driver early this morning after he exited his car and tried to run to safety following a car accident. The teenager was a passenger in a 2000 Honda Accord that hit a big rig at 4:20 a.m. on the 5 Freeway northbound north of Tuxford Street in Sun Valley.

Driver Runs Away From Crash After Passenger Dies

A driver ran away from a single-vehicle crash in Westminster in which his passenger died. The passenger has been identified as 24-year-old Isaias Tang

Marathon Crash Race Becomes Slower-Paced Joy Ride

While cyclists are no doubt bummed at the cancellation of the Marathon Crash Race, a pre-dawn bike race on the streets closed for the L.A. Marathon, a slower bike ride will take place instead. Instead of a race, a “fun ride” will take place at a slower pace over 20 miles instead of the original 26 miles of the previous route.

UCLA Study Links Tweets About 'Sex' and 'Getting High' to Areas With Higher Rates of HIV and Drug Use

A study from UCLA has determined tweets about sexual behavior deemed risky and using drugs correlate to areas with more HIV cases and illegal drug use, respectively. UCLA researchers combed through more than 550 million tweets from 2012 for terms such as “sex” and “get high.”

NBC Allegedly Bullies Jimmy Fallon Guests Into Not Appearing On Other Talk Shows

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" may be crushing it with ratings, but it's also apparently crushing stars' hopes of appearing on any other networks' talk shows. NBC allegedly has been telling celebrities, agents and publicists that guests who want to be on “Tonight” can’t also go on other talk shows, neither late-night nor morning shows.

Video Shows Teen Girls Fighting and Parents Egging Them On

Here are the early nominees for parents of the year. A video shows two parents verbally encouraging their teenage daughter as she physically fights another girl in front of their house.

El Niño Could Bring Drought Relief Next Winter

The weather phenomenon has more than a 50% chance of forming over the Pacific Ocean by summer or fall, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center said Thursday. That could mean more rain next winter in California.

Overheard in L.A.: The Rain Is Over, We’re Ready to Party

This week's edition of 'Overheard in L.A.' features bits of overheard conversation with questionable celebrity brags and food choices.

Video: Huge Wave Crashes Into Restaurant, Breaks Windows

A wave crashed through the window of a Santa Barbara restaurant, soaking diners. See it on video.

'12 Years' Wins Big at Independent Spirit Awards, Patton Oswalt Cracks Us Up as Host

'12 Years a Slave' won a bunch of awards at the Independent Spirit Awards Saturday afternoon, including Best Feature. Rain didn't stop the event from happening on the beach, nor did it deter host Patton Oswalt's sharp tongue.

Watch the 'Worst Movie of the Year' on Netflix

The Razzie Awards named 'Movie 43' the worst movie of the year last night, and you can watch this cinematic embarrassment right now on Netflix. The movie stars a ridiculous number of critically adored stars making total asses of themselves in “comedic” skits.

Jerry Brown Says ‘Potheads’ Could Weaken the State if Marijuana is Legalized

Gov. Jerry Brown said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday that he wanted to wait to see how legalization in Colorado and Washington played out before making the green stuff legal for recreational use in California.

Disgraced Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Is Going to the Oscars and Will Be on ‘Kimmel’ Monday

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford isn’t letting a little thing like a crack scandal prevent him from attending the Academy Awards and Appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” He'll be at the awards show today and on "Kimmel" Monday.

Little Girls Adorably Recreate Scenes from Oscar-Nominated Films

A mom dressed her two little girls up as various characters from Oscar-nominated films, and the pictures are incredibly cute and hilarious. See recreated photos from 'Her,' '12 Years a Slave' and more.

Photos: Cronuts Rain Down on Los Angeles

The real, legit Cronuts of New York came to Los Angeles for one rainy Saturday morning at The Grove. One guy paid $60 for a place in line and a chance to eat one of the infamous pastries.

Reporter Gets Stuck Waist-Deep in the Mud and Needs Rescuing

An L.A. reporter got stuck waist-deep in the mud yesterday while covering the rainstorm currently pelting Los Angeles. The reporter was trying to show how bad the mud was in Azusa by wading into it, later needing to be rescued.

Photos: The Damage Rainpocalypse Is Doing In SoCal

The biggest SoCal rainstom in nearly three years has been hitting hard this weekend, causing evacuations in the foothills and other mayhem.

River Wild Fest Beckons Bikers to the L.A. River Sunday

Screw the rain. We’re biking the L.A. River Sunday morning with River Wild, a pop-up festival happening along the Los Angeles waterway. It takes place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at mile marker 24.7 on the Los Angeles River Bike Path.

Overheard in L.A.: Miley Cyrus’ Flying Weiner

This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation about cleanses, juice fasts and Miley Cyrus' insane show.

Man Walking Across the 405 Hit By Two Cars and Killed

A 35-year-old man was struck and killed yesterday evening while walking across the northbound 405 Freeway for an unknown reason. The man was hit by a 2006 Ford F-150 pickup truck and was then struck by a 2012 Hyundai, dying later in the hospital.

Bicyclist Struck and Killed in Downtown Hit-and-Run

A bicyclist was killed in Downtown early this morning when he was hit by a driver who took off after the crash. The man was crossing the Alameda Street off-ramp off the 10 Freeway on his bike just before 2 a.m. when he was struck.

Local Schoolteacher Accused of Molesting 2 Students

An eighth-grade Fullerton schoolteacher was arrested Friday and accused of sexual misconduct with two minors. Melissa Lindgren, 28, of La Mirada is charged with felony counts of child molestation, child annoyance and "dissemination of harmful matter to a minor."

Rain! Snow! Winter Finally Will Pay SoCal a Visit

Heavy rain in the foothill areas, waterspouts over the ocean and weak tornadoes along Southern California's coastal plains are just some of the actual weather phenomena set to hit SoCal Friday. A smaller cold front is first predicted to bring a drizzle midday Wednesday, leaving by early Thursday, followed by a storm Friday to Saturday.

Woman Beaten and Raped at UCSB

Police are searching for a group of men who allegedly beat and raped a 19-year-old female student from University of California Santa Barbara. The Isla Vista resident was attacked yesterday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., somewhere between the UCSB campus and Isla Vista.

These Photos of Ghost Bikes Will Haunt You

As the number of bicycle-related deaths rises in Los Angeles, including at least one fatality today, a group known as Ghost Bike has been putting white bicycles at spots where cyclists were killed. Long Beach resident Danny Gamboa took many of these pictures of ghost bikes around Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.

Elderly Man Living in Pack Rat Conditions Dies in Mt. Washington Fire

An 89-year-old man died Friday night after a fire burned through his Mt. Washington home. Firefighters say Francisco Hernandez was living in pack-rat conditions.

DUI Charges Against Bieber Could Be Dropped, If He Sobers Up

Justin Bieber could get off pretty lightly from his DUI and resisting arrest charges—provided he can stay clean. The Florida State Attorney has offered Bieber a plea deal, offering to drop the charges if he fulfills a number of conditions.

Is Srirachapocalypse Over? Company Says Smell is Under Control

The CEO of Huy Fong Foods said the company has fixed the alleged odor problem caused by its production of the popular, spicy Sriracha condiment. The city of Irwindale had sought a restraining order in October against the company, alleging Sriracha production caused nearby residents’ eyes to burn and gave them coughing fits.

Peanut Butter Pretzel Drama: Trader Joe’s Sued Over Allegedly Cutting Out Snack Pioneer

Before you destroy another bag of Trader Joe's Peanut Butter Pretzels in one sitting, you should know the grocery chain is being sued over them. Trader Joe's is accused of cutting out Aliso Viejo-based Maxim Marketing from managing the supply of a product they say they pioneered.

Pedestrian Killed By Cars in Van Nuys Laid Himself on the Road on Purpose

An 18-year-old man was struck by two cars in Van Nuys last night and killed. But he laid himself down on the road intentionally, police say. Michael Joel Alvarez was hit by two separate vehicles in an apparent suicide.

Drought Could Make California Beers Taste Bad

If there is any reason to conserve water in this drought, it’s this: Local breweries may have to switch to using less-tasty groundwater. The Russian River, which supplies many brewers with water with which to brew beer, is in danger due to the drought.

Earthquake Retrofitting Cost Could Fall Completely to Tenants

Heads up if you live in an apartment building that needs earthquake retrofitting—if you thought the city or landlords would pay for it, think again. Los Angeles City Council member Bernard C. Parks has proposed exempting landlords from rent control laws to “incentivize retrofitting,” thereby passing all of the cost along to tenants “over a reasonable period of time.”

The Continuing Battle Over Glendale’s ‘Comfort Women’ Statue

A fight continues over a statue in Glendale honoring “comfort women,” women who were forced into prostitution by invading Japanese troops in World War II. A Glendale resident and a nonprofit group have filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Glendale over the 1,100-pound statue.

'12 Years a Slave' Picks Up Another Win at the BAFTA Awards

After looking like it wasn’t going to win much of anything, '12 Years a Slave' pulled an upset and picked up Best Film at the 2014 BAFTA Awards. The British film award ceremony took place Sunday night in London.

Overheard in L.A.: The Valentine’s Day Edition

This week's edition of Overheard in L.A. features bits of overheard conversation about Valentine's Day, Trader Joe's and questionably exciting celebrity sightings.

Photos: Skywriting Fails from Valentine’s Day

Skywriting is one of those things that’s perhaps better in theory than practice, as these Valentine’s Day mishaps showed. These skywriting fails popped up on Instagram over Valentine’s Day, some of which were for Uber’s $500 skywriting service.

See Celebs’ Weird, Oversharey Valentine’s Day Photos

Lots of celebs posts cute photos of themselves and their loved ones over Valentine’s Day, while some predictably went over the top. See a few of our favorite funny valentines.

Pedestrian Struck and Killed on the 405

A man was hit and killed by a car going northbound on the 405 Freeway early Sunday. The man was struck near Brookhurst Street in Fountain Valley just before 1 a.m.

Two Men Punched a Guy and Stole His Shoes at UCLA

Police are looking for two suspects who allegedly punched a UCLA student and stole his shoes on Saturday. Police say the man was walking near Ophir Drive and Midvale Avenue around 1 a.m. when the two suspects approached him, punched him several times, took off his shoes and ran away with them.

Alleged Street Racing Leaves Motorcyclist Dead

A motorcyclist died after allegedly trying to race the car next to him in West Hollywood late Saturday night. Witnesses said the motorcyclist tried to race the Lamborghini next to him near the Beverly Center.

Anklet Alerts From Convicts on Probation Are Apparently Ignored a Lot

Anklet monitors for high-risk convicts on probation may seem like a good idea on paper, but Los Angeles County probation officers are reportedly ignoring a lot of the alerts from them. That's because they're getting bombarded with "tens of thousands" of messages.

Video: Camel-Bitten Man Speaks Out

The man who was bitten by a camel in Palmdale on Friday has given his account of the event, and it’s pretty scary.

Bahooka’s Rufus the Fish is Probably Moving to Damon’s

In the ongoing saga of Rufus the pacu fish, it’s “95 percent sure” he is going to be housed at Damon’s, the tiki restaurant in Glendale.

There’s a Fire at Forest Lawn Glendale [UPDATED]

A three-alarm brushfire was reported near the Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale. Trucks and helicopters worked to quash the blaze.

We Did It! The World’s Largest Concrete Pour Finishes

A new world record in concrete pouring was reached Sunday when about 20 hours of continuous concrete pouring completed for the Wilshire Grand project downtown. The last bit of cement fell at around 11:15 a.m. this morning.

Photos: Cupid’s Undie Run Participants Get Down at The Abbey

Participants stripped to their little red knickers for Los Angeles’ second annual Cupid’s Undie Run, partying at West Hollywood’s The Abbey after the charity event. It was all for a good cause—participants raised money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.

Woman Found Dead of Apparent Gunshot Wound in Pasadena Home

Police have a "person of interest" after a woman was found dead in her Pasadena home Sunday morning. Officers responded to a "shots fired" call at 8:30 a.m. at the 1500 block of North Raymond Avenue where they found the woman dead of an apparent gunshot wound

Garcetti Wants a People Mover to Link Metro to LAX

If Mayor Eric Garcetti has his way, a “people mover” will link the Crenshaw Metro line to LAX. Garcetti also said he’d like to provide more incentives for the local film industry to thrive and bid for the 2024 Olympics while speaking to KABC-TV Channel 7 in a Sunday morning talk show.

‘Snake Salvation’ Star Dies After Snake Bites Him and He Refuses Medical Attention

Jamie Coots, snake-wielding pastor and star of National Geographic TV's "Snake Salvation" died Saturday after a poisonous snake bit him and he refused to seek medical attention. Coots was a pastor for a Pentacostal church in Middleboro, Ky., that is part of a sect of Christian churches profiled in the show where pastors handle snakes and worshippers believe faith will protect them from the snake venom.

Man in Extremely Critical Condition After Hit and Run

A pedestrian was hospitalized with grave injuries after a hit-and-run accident in Pacific Palisades last night. The victim, identified as a man in his 30s, was hit in a crosswalk on the 16300 block of Pacific Coast Highway at 8 p.m. last night.

Accident Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured and Metro Lines Blocked Downtown

An accident early Saturday morning left one man dead and at least three other people hospitalized with injuries after a two-car collision in Downtown L.A. A Metro operator said services on the Blue and Expo lines were affected, with passengers being transported by bus.

Video: Ellen Page ‘Comes Out’ in Awkward, Cute SNL Sketch

Predating Ellen Page’s coming out in a speech last night at a Human Rights Campaign conference in Las Vegas was a 2008 sketch on SNL in which Page as host “came out” to her boyfriend after a Melissa Etheridge concert. Page addressed gay rumors about her in the 2008 sketch, in which Page’s character excitedly returns from a Melissa Etheridge concert, chatting to her boyfriend (played by Andy Samberg) about athletic girls in tank tops, Suze Orman and gay mortgages. Page addressed gay rumors about her in the 2008 sketch, in which Page’s character excitedly returns from a Melissa Etheridge concert, chatting to her boyfriend (played by Andy Samberg) about athletic girls in tank tops, Suze Orman and gay mortgages.

FBI Looking Into Fire at OC Jewish Temple [UPDATED]

The FBI is looking into a fire that burned for nearly an hour in one of Orange County’s largest Jewish temples this morning. The fire was reported inside a structure at Temple Beth Sholom at in Santa Ana at 6:08 a.m.

Revenge Porn Site Operator Arrested for California Offenses

Just in time for Valentine’s Day: The owner and operator of a revenge porn website was arrested Thursday night. Attorney General Kamala Harris announced the arrest Friday of Casey E. Meyering, 28, of Tulsa, Okla.

Listen to Kanye West’s Nasty Remix of Beyonce’s ‘Drunk in Love’

Kanye West offered a few sweet nothings on Valentine’s Day with his remix of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love,” featuring lyrics about impregnating a girl’s mouth. The six-plus minute remix begins with a verse from Kanye saying “I’m pa rum pa pum pummin’ all on your stomach” and “I impregnated your mouth, girl.”

Man Whose Dog Was Shot By Police Sues Hawthorne and Police Officers

The owner of the rottweiler who was shot to death by a Hawthorne Police Department officer last June is suing the city. Leon Cordell Rosby is filing a civil-rights suit against the city of Hawthorne and three police officers alleging the June 2013 incident in which he watched as his dog was shot and killed was part of a “pattern of harassing conduct” by Hawthorne police

Record-Breaking Concrete Pour Will Kick Off With a Parade, Drink Special

A record-breaking 20-hour continuous concrete pour was set to begin in Downtown Los Angeles at 4 p.m Saturday, with a parade and other festivities planned. The 20-minute parade will feature concrete trucks, members of the USC marching band, Mayor Eric Garcetti and other elected officials, while local bars will offer "the longest pour" drink.

Video: Surfing Pig Makes Us Feel Like Losers For Not Being Able to Surf

There’s a pig in Hawaii who can surf, and it’s ridiculously cute. Kai Holt discovered his pet pig could swim, so he decided to take him surfing.

Overheard in L.A.: We’re Already So Over Dumb Starbucks

This week's edition of 'Overheard in L.A.' features bits of overheard conversation about a dumb new coffee shop and from local Target stores.

Watch Video and See Photos of Saturday's Kelly Thomas Protest in Hollywood

A protest against police brutality following the death of Kelly Thomas began around 4 p.m. in Hollywood Saturday night. Monday Night Mission planned to gather 5,000 protesters at the intersection of Hollywood Blvd. and Vine St.

Dumb Starbucks (That’s the Actual Name) Opens in Los Feliz [UPDATED]

Now you can go to a real place called Dumb Starbucks, which opened Friday in Los Feliz. The store at 1802 Hillhurst Ave. uses the Starbucks corporate logo and looks nearly identical to a real Starbucks, with “dumb” versions of its menu items.

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