Results tagged “Jenn Swann”

Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against Sheriff's Deputy Accused Of Raping Female Inmates

Giancarlo Scotti, who is currently under criminal investigation by the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, is the subject of a federal lawsuit filed on Tuesday.

ICYMI: Nearly Two-Thirds Of TV Shows On Air Last Year Didn't Have A Single Black Writer on Staff

Plus, a bonfire society will burn an effigy of Harvey Weinstein, Julianne Moore will play Gloria Steinem, and Tyrese Gibson is not a fan of The Rock.

The Artists Behind The Griffith Park Teahouse Have A New Installation In Fire-Charred La Tuna Canyon

Trees burned in the La Tuna Canyon fire will be revived with streaks of shimmering gold.

The Wildest Stories Behind L.A.'s Haunted Hayride

The attraction is the creation of Melissa Carbone, who pitched her company on 'Shark Tank'.

Continuing Convent Drama: Jury Selection Begins In Case Of Katy Perry/Archdiocese Vs. Silver Lake Restaurateur

We're here to catch you up on all the Katy Perry/nuns drama before the trial starts.

The Harvey Weinstein Allegations Have Inspired An L.A. March Against Sexual Harassment

The Take Back the Workplace March, chaired by one of Weinstein's accusers, Lauren Sivan, is coming to Hollywood on November 12.

A History of The Famed Hollywood Reporter Building Preservationists Are Fighting to Save From Demolition

The wacky office building on Sunset Blvd. could be razed to make room for a massive hotel near Crossroads of the World.

Some Streets in L.A. Go More Than a Year Without Being Cleaned

An audit released by the City Controller shows that just a third of the city's streets get cleaned with any consistency.

The Cost Of Visiting Joshua Tree National Park Could Nearly Triple

The National Park Service has a multi-billion-dollar backlog of maintenance projects and they want you to help foot the cost.

Los Angeles Is Getting Its First Co-Op Coffee Roastery

You've heard of a co-op kitchen, but what about a co-op roastery?

The Final 'Ask A Mexican' Column Will Run Wednesday, But It Won't Be In OC Weekly

Gustavo Arellano's final column will appear in the first paper that syndicated it, rather than the hometown paper that birthed it.

Here's Where to Find Roy Choi's Kogi Trucks Around Dodger Stadium On Tuesday

Who needs Dodger dogs when you’ve got Kogi burritos?

The L.A. Printers Fair is Like Coachella For People Who Love Letterpress

It takes place October 14 at the International Printing Museum.

This Pop-Up Coffee Cart Serves Free And Sliding-Scale Coffee On Skid Row

The coffee is donated by Culver City roaster Bar Nine, and brewed to customers for free or on a sliding scale.

Lynda Carter Is Not Here For James Cameron's 'Wonder Woman' BS

"You poor soul. Perhaps you do not understand the character. I most certainly do," Carter said in a Facebook post.

A New Law Allows Cities To Crack Down On Tour Buses, And L.A. Is Already Looking To Do Just That

Councilmember David Ryu introduced a motion that, among other things, requires open-air tour buses to use headphones instead of a loudspeaker.

A 'Men In Black' Spinoff Is Officially In The Works

The script will be helmed by the writers behind 'Iron Man'.

LAFD Firefighter Identified in Apparent Murder-Suicide in Long Beach

He was identified by the coroner's office on Monday.

After A Decades-Long Battle, L.A. County's Largest Housing Development Just Got the Go Ahead

Many environmentalists are not happy with the Newhall Ranch project.

Multiple Ain't It Cool News Staffers Quit Following Sexual Assault Allegations Against Founder

The latest in a series of sexual assault scandals to rock the indie film world.

Will Laguna Beach Clone Its Prized 135-Year Old Tree? Probably Not

A Laguna Beach City official says drama over the 135-year-old tree is "getting out of hand'.

The Fantastical World of 'Willy Wonka' is Coming to the Hollywood Bowl With... John Stamos?

"Weird Al" isn't even the weirdest thing about this "Willy Wonka" adaptation.

This Grassroots Group is Feeding L.A.'s Hungry, One Burrito At A Time

The Burrito Project L.A. is a do-good D.I.Y. effort to feed L.A.'s homeless.

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