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- In light of the additional budget cuts to state parks, the California Parks Foundation is already asking the public to send letters to state politicians. It takes a second to do on this webpage.
- Los Angeles had its first beer float showdown last weekend and no surprise here, Golden State in partnership with Scoops won.
- Let the trend continue! Now the folks behind Kogi BBQ are exploring the possibility of becoming consultants for other mobile food vendors.
- Good news for Los Angeles journalism, HuffPost Local: Los Angeles is revving up to launch and they are looking for a local editor.
- If you act like a dick at city council meetings, you might get banned under a new policy approved today by the Los Angeles City Council.
- Two restaurants close their doors: Murano in West Hollywood and Ma Petit Bakery & Cafe in downtown.
- Funding to fix the sluice gates in the Venice Canals has been approved and the city has 90 days to finish the project.
- "Urban visionary James Rojas captures the energy of L.A.'s transient Chinatown environment in his exhibit Re-imagining Chinatown: An Interactive Planning Process" at the Fifth Floor Gallery in none other than Chinatown.
Cruise off the highway and hit locally-known spots for some tasty bites.
Fentanyl and other drugs fuel record deaths among people experiencing homelessness in L.A. County. From 2019 to 2021, deaths jumped 70% to more than 2,200 in a single year.
This fungi isn’t a “fun guy.” Here’s what to do if you spot or suspect mold in your home.
Donald Trump was a fading TV presence when the WGA strike put a dent in network schedules.
Edward Bronstein died in March 2020 while officers were forcibly taking a blood sample after his detention.
A hike can be a beautiful backdrop as you build your connection with someone.