Results tagged “Tim Loc”

Only L.A. And Paris Remain In Competition For The 2024 Summer Olympics

Reports say that Budapest is dropping out of the race.

ICYMI: Bernie Sanders Tells L.A. Crowd To Drop 'The Old Rules'

Plus, Milo Yiannopoulos loses his book deal, L.A. in the '70s, Bono's meeting with Mike Pence, and much more!

Movies And TV Still Very White And Male, Even Though Diverse Casts Draw Audiences, Says Report

The report notes that while minorities made up 38% of the population in 2015, they also made up about 47% of the audience for movies.

Magic Johnson Takes Over As President Of Basketball Operations For The Lakers

Also, General Manager Mitch Kupchak has been fired.

Photos: Peer Into A Massive Hole That's Been Dug For The Regional Connector

Metro released photos of what will later become the 2nd and Hope station for the regional connector.

Issa Rae Of 'Insecure' Honored By L.A. City Council

Rae's honor was part of a larger event celebrating Black Women's Day.

Reminder: National Parks Are Free Of Admission On President's Day

Take advantage of this (relatively) dry day.

Manzanar To Host Art Shows, Archaeological Dig To Commemorate Anniversaries

The executive order that led to the internment of more than 100,000 Japanese Americans was signed 75 years ago.

ICYMI: Wells Fargo To Close 400 Bank Branches By The End Of The Year

Plus, the eighth continent, the rain is delaying a lot of flights, whatever happened to Jar Jar Binks, and much more!

Photos: You Can Now Feed Giraffes By Hand At The L.A. Zoo

The Masai giraffe, featured at the zoo, are the tallest land mammals in the world.

It's Going To Be Expensive To Watch The Chargers Play

The average ticket price is expected to be the most expensive in the NFL.

ICYMI: Thousands Sworn In As U.S. Citizens During L.A.'s First Naturalization Ceremony Under Trump

Plus, Americans are officially stressed out, check out this 'firefall,' The Hallmark Channel is having a moment, and much more!

Vendor Selling "Friends Of The Swastika" Shirts On USC Campus Asked To Leave

Some students got into a heated argument over the vendor's right to sell the shirt.

The 110 Freeway Has A Lot Of 'Structurally Deficient' Bridges, Says Report

Bridges in Orange and San Diego counties were also named in the report.

Friend Of San Bernardino Shooter To Plead Guilty To Buying Two Weapons Used In The Attack

Enrique Marquez Jr. had helped purchase two of the weapons used in the 2015 San Bernardino attacks.

ICYMI: Patty Hearst's Bulldogs Notch Wins At Westminster Dog Show

Plus, Harrison Ford had a close call, the Parker Center's days may be numbered, Compton's architectural history, and much more!

L.A. County Supervisors Order Report On Dams In Wake Of Oroville Crisis

All the dams in L.A. County were constructed in the 1920s and '30s.

Judge Says Lee Baca Can't Wear His Lapel Pin During Retrial

The lapel pin, shaped as a star, is an emblem of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Little Tokyo Galleria Could Make Way For Mixed-Use Complex With Over 900 Units

Though, a lot of it hinges on Measure S, of course.

The 'Bachelorette' Has A Black Lead For The First Time Ever

Only one other person of color had ever taken on the lead role in either 'The Bachelorette' or 'The Bachelor.'

The Coen Brothers Tapped To Polish Script For 'Scarface' Reboot

Diego Luna is attached to play the titular role.

Downtown's D'Vine Serves Up Romance Flair With Global List Of Wines

No plans yet for Valentine's Day? Here's a dim-lit spot that may get you in the mood.

Chris Evans Takes On Former KKK Leader David Duke In Twitter Battle

Evans, who plays Captain America, is having a war of words with Duke over the appointment of Jeff Sessions to the Attorney General spot.

ICYMI: Trump And Japanese Prime Minister Share The Longest, Most Awkward Handshake Ever

Plus, MTV's forgotten wrestling show, the real Mr. Darcy, Springsteen's 'Harry Potter' song, and much more!

L.A. City Attorney Files Charges Against Casting Companies For 'Pay-To-Play' System

The charge comes after an investigation in which an actor, serving as an undercover informant, visited a number of acting workshops.

ICYMI: Even T.J. Maxx Is Dumping Ivanka Trump

Plus, LeBron gets political, a CNN anchor's love for 'Final Destination,' the best political impersonations on SNL, and much more!

Emergency Drought Regulations To Remain, Despite Impressive Rainfall

This means, among other things, that you still can't water your lawn 48 hours after rainfall.

A Landmark Gay Rights Protest Happened 50 Years Ago In Silver Lake

A protest outside The Black Cat was held in response to a violent police sting that was conducted right after New Year's Eve.

ICYMI: Disneyland's Star Wars Land To Be Unveiled In 2019

Plus, a couple Patriots won't be going to the White House, Obama picks up kitesurfing, more potholes in L.A., and much more!

Everyone Is Losing It Over This High School Basketball Player Who Dropped 92 Points In One Game

Dodgers and Rams players were tweeting about LaMelo Ball's incredible night.

L.A. City Council Approves $1.5 Million Settlement In Ezell Ford Case

Ezell Ford was shot and killed by LAPD officers in 2014.

There's A Daft Punk Store Headed To West Hollywood

The dance music duo will be in town for the Grammys.

Orange County Water Agency Says Drought Is No Longer An Emergency

Parts of Los Angeles County, however, are still mired in "extreme drought."

More Rain Anticipated For The Week (Of Course)

The weekend, however, should bring sunnier and warmer conditions.

The Times Endorses Bike Activist Over Incumbent For L.A. City Council Seat

Joe Bray-Ali got the nod over incumbent Gil Cedillo, who the Times portrays as being too friendly with developers.

Photos: These Neat Housing Pods Were Designed By USC Students To Help Fight Homelessness

They come with custom built-in furniture, and cost about $25,000 to construct.

Snapchat Files For IPO, Expected To Be The Biggest Ever For L.A. Company

It may be listed on the New York Stock Exchange as, what else, "SNAP."

Emmy-Winning Producer Convicted Of Trying To Kill Roommate Who Laughed At His Oscar Dreams

Andre Bautista had won a daytime Emmy for his work on 'The Bay,' an online soap opera.

There's Now A Big Window In The Middle Of The Elliott Smith Wall

The wall was on the cover of the 2000 album 'Figure 8.'

State Board Recommends Parole For Former Manson Family Member

Bruce Davis was not involved in the much publicized murder of actress Sharon Tate.

Public Meeting On Aliso Gas Fields Gets Shut Down As Vocal Residents Demand To Keep Facilities Closed

Residents from the Porter Ranch area came to the meeting wearing "Shut It Down" t-shirts.

ICYMI: Unfilmed Alternate Ending To 'Jurassic Park' Is Uncovered

Plus, Derek Fisher's championship rings were reportedly stolen, rabid mongooses, a boozy Taco Bell, and more!

L.A. Mayor And Entire County Board Of Supervisors Come Out Against Measure S

Formerly known as "the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative," Measure S will appear on the March ballot.

Whittier Man With Dementia Was Allegedly Left Stranded In England By Family

A BBC program documented the case of Roger Curry, who was found wandering a city in England.

Huell Howser Marathon To Air On President's Day

Howser wouldn't make a shabby president, come to think of it.

Teacher Gives Testimony Saying She'd Contacted Social Workers Numerous Times In Fatal Child Abuse Case

Four social workers are being charged with child abuse and falsifying records.

Elon Musk Has Started Digging That Tunnel

Though it might not be as huge as the one you're envisioning. Not yet, at least.

Photos: Thousands Protested At LAX To Support Refugees, Denounce Religious Discrimination

It remains unclear how many travelers were detained over the weekend.

Alhambra's NADI Myanmar Cafe Is Rich With Bold Flavors

Their take on mohinga, a classic catfish soup, is a highlight on the menu.

Danny Trejo Is Setting Up Shop At The Former Donut Time Space In Hollywood

He's bringing, yes, a new doughnut shop along with him.

ICYMI: How To Plan Your Dream Trip To Canada, Because Why Not

Plus, how is Big 5 still around, Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper team up, and much more!

ICYMI: Lawmakers Want To Add A Non-Binary Gender Option To California IDs

Plus, James Comey is going to SXSW, El Chapo has fans on YouTube, that anti-Trump kid was actually Drew Carey's son, and much more!

New Exhibit Recalls Formative Era Of Asian American Activism In L.A.

A new exhibit at the Chinese American Museum points to a formative period when Asian American activism took on a Pan-Asian mindset.

L.A. City Council Candidate Says Councilmember Axed Free Parking In Political Move

Jesse Creed, who's running for city council, claims that free parking on Robertson was taken away for political reasons. Whatever the casue, local merchants aren't happy.

Seven Foods To Celebrate The Chinese New Year And Where To Get Them In L.A.

Some common favorites that give a nod to the new year.

Hammer Museum Set For An Ambitious Michael Maltzan-Helmed Expansion

The space will add 40,000 square feet, including a new bookstore.

County Supervisors Vote To Ensure Tampon Access For Juvenile Detainees

Girls in L.A. probation camps and juvenile halls were previously not allowed access to tampons.

Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80

Moore was also a prominent activist.

New One-Man Show Examines The Value Of Black Lives In America

"The Bitter Game" will be performed this weekend at the Skirball.

UCLA Event With Milo Yiannopoulos Gets Canned

The group overseeing the event said it couldn't accommodate Yiannopoulos' demands.

Historic 'Pope of Broadway' Mural Gets New Life After Restoration

The 70-foot mural of actor Anthony Quinn was painted in 1985.

D.A. Won't File Charges Against Officers In Ezell Ford Shooting

The county district attorney's office says that the officers had acted in self-defense.

Video: Guy Goes Surfing On The Streets Of Long Beach Amid Heavy Rain

Long Beach saw record rainfall over the weekend.

Chalk Art Of Williams Sisters, George Lucas Goes Up In Little Tokyo Space

Plus, a timelapse video of the Williams sisters' portrait being drawn.

ICYMI: A Russian Nightclub Is Already Celebrating Trump's Inauguration

Plus, OC kids heading to the inauguration, Brett Ratner gets his star, The Boss stops by the White House for a secret show, and much more!

Alias Books To Close Its Doors After More Than 50 Years

"A used bookstore is a reflection of the owner and the people who work there."

U.S. Department of Transportation To Investigate Civil Rights Complaints Made Against Metro

The transportation agency is accused of handing out a disproportionate number of citations to black riders.

Actor Miguel Ferrer Dead At 61

His more recent works included television series such as 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'Crossing Jordan,' and 'Twin Peaks.'

More Rain To Hit L.A. Wednesday (Followed By Even More Rain)

You may as well tape that umbrella to your hand.

Inside The Video Store That Only Carries 14,000 Copies Of 'Jerry Maguire'

"We need the tapes here. How else are we going to build our Jerry pyramid?"

Dov Charney Dishes On The End Of American Apparel

"American Apparel failed because of corruption and incompetence," Charney said in an interview.

ICYMI: Rob Schneider Thinks He Is A Civil Rights Historian

Plus, the "nightmare bacteria" that's resistant to all antibiotics, Trump's alternative to Obamacare, and much more!

Councilman Pushes For Campaigns To Be Fully Financed By Public Funds

The public funded system, backed by Councilmember Mike Bonin, would be partly paid for by a severance tax on gas and oil.

Former 'Apprentice' Contestant Is Suing Donald Trump For Defamation

Summer Zervos, who lives in California, was a contestant on the fifth season of 'The Apprentice.'

Ten Things You May Not Know About Torrance

N.W.A. had its beginnings in this South Bay neighborhood.

ICYMI: Liz Phair And Ryan Adams Are Teaming Up For An Album

Plus, the kinky sex lives of world leaders, the man who escaped the 'day the music died,' and much more!

Vogue, Postmodern Dance To Come Together In Hammer Museum Performance

Trajal Harrell will be bringing "Twenty Looks or Paris Is Burning at the Judson Church" to L.A.

ICYMI: Gus Fring Of 'Breaking Bad' Is Back With Los Pollos Hermanos Commercial

Plus, Meryl Streep gets another thumbs up, no one knows what a human organ is, Woody Harrelson joins 'Star Wars,' and much more!

The Chargers Are Reportedly Set To Announce Their Move To L.A.

The Chargers had actually spent their first season in Los Angeles.

Go F&*^ Yourself, San Diego: Chargers Officially Announce Move To L.A.

They also unveiled a new, Dodgers-like logo to celebrate their move.

ICYMI: Sutter, California's Former First Dog, Gets A Shout-Out In The State Budget

Plus, Kristen Dunst got engaged, Joseph Fiennes as the King of Pop, Trump aide accused of plagiarism, and much more!

Millions Worth Of SGV Property To Be Relinquished By Ex-Wife Of Chinese Fugitive

Shilan Zhao claimed on her visa that she was married to Jianjun Qiao, a wanted government official.

L.A. Sets Tourism Record Again, Possibly Thanks To Harry Potter

This is the sixth straight year that we've set a tourism record.

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