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The 2019 LA Marathon Is Sunday, So Plan Your Detours Accordingly (Or Sleep In)

Portions of major L.A.-area thoroughfares will be shut down in the morning hours, including stretches of Sunset, Hollywood and Santa Monica boulevards, so plan accordingly.

2019 Oscars Recap: Olivia Colman Delights, 'Green Book' Divides

For all of the polarizing films and divisive winners at the ceremony, there were some movies that Oscar voters were united and happy to see win.

Netflix Goes Against The Stream With Its First Best Picture Oscar Nomination

What Netflix gained meant that other studios and their films lost.

The Northridge Earthquake Was 25 Years Ago, And It Looked Like This

We don't want to scare you, we want to help you survive the next one.

The Massive Election Change In California You've Likely Never Heard Of

In November 2018, 57 California cities changed how they elected city councils. The results were often unexpected.

9 Big Stories That Mattered In Southern California In 2018

2018 was a crazy few years, but it had its moments.

'You Should Be Ashamed Of Yourself': Mayor Garcetti Forced To Stop Speech After Protesters Shout Him Down

The protesters sang songs and stood up to speak about issues ranging from gentrification to the Skid Row neighborhood council.

5 Ways Democrats Pulled Down The Orange Curtain

Even California's Republican national committeeman was awed by Democrats' army of campaigners.

This Unofficial Eric Garcetti 'Urban Latino Beat' Song Means The 2020 Campaign Is Here

Some of Garcetti's supporters are REALLY excited. And they're putting that excitement in song.

Steve Knight Concedes And This Simi Valley Starbucks Spills The Tea

We talked to voters about Katie Hill (and their peppermint lattes).

Why A Retired Lieutenant Could Upset LA's Sheriff

Incumbent sheriffs rarely have trouble winning re-election. But as the results trickled in early Wednesday morning, challenger Alex Villanueva edged into a slight lead over L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell.

Why Trump's Tax Plan Matters In This Northern LA House District

In a congressional district covering north Los Angeles and part of Ventura County, a competitive race is factoring into the battle for the U.S. House, and a five-letter word is stirring up voters: taxes.

Democracy Dead Zone: Only 300 People Will Hear This SoCal Congressional Debate

Find out about your candidates elsewhere: the Palmdale Chamber of Commerce banned recordings of a congressional candidate debate.

Want To Ride The Pink Line Or The Q Line? LA Metro Is Studying How To Rename Its System

Metro didn't ask us for ideas, but our newsroom had plenty of great ones.

Most Failed Transit Projects Don't Have An Exhibit, But The 710 Freeway Extension Does

"710, Beyond Present" captures the phantom imprint of a road that never was and how it shaped the communities it would have changed -- or even destroyed.

L.A. Mayor Who Is Still Not Running For President To Hit Another Swing State This Weekend

The weekend trip will add Nevada to the list of swing states the mayor has visited in recent months.

Alright! A 'Bob's Burgers' Movie Is Coming In 2020

The animated Fox hit is currently in its eighth season.

Dept. Of Formalities: L.A. Officially Named As Host For 2028 Olympics

L.A. had initially been vying for the 2024 games.

Here Are The 25 Fall 2017 Movies We Can't Wait To Watch

From 'mother!' to 'Blade Runner 2049,' check out our most anticipated movies of the fall, including new films from Sean Baker, Noah Baumbach, Todd Haynes, Richard Linklater, Greta Gerwig, Martin McDonagh and more.

Here Are The 25 Fall 2017 Movies We Can't Wait To Watch

From 'mother!' to 'Blade Runner 2049,' check out our most anticipated movies of the fall, including new films from Sean Baker, Noah Baumbach, Todd Haynes, Richard Linklater, Greta Gerwig, Martin McDonagh and more.

Mayor Eric Garcetti, Who Is Still Not Running For President, Has Meet-And-Greet With Billionaire Donor In Hamptons

He's reportedly getting cocktails with Ronald Perelman, head of the parent company of Revlon.

Here Are The Fall 2017 TV Shows We Can't Wait To Watch

From 'BoJack Horseman' to 'Nathan For You' to 'Mindhunter' to 'Stranger Things,' check out 20 new and returning shows that'll make you want to be a couch potato this fall.

Here Are The Fall 2017 TV Shows We Can't Wait To Watch

From 'BoJack Horseman' to 'Nathan For You' to 'Mindhunter' to 'Stranger Things,' check out 20 new and returning shows that'll make you want to be a couch potato this fall.

L.A. Mayor Who Is Still Not Running For President To Hit Yet Another Swing State

The nation's first presidential primary is held in New Hampshire.

It's Official: Los Angeles Makes Deal To Host 2028 Olympics

It will be the city's third time hosting the games.

It's Official: Los Angeles Makes Deal To Host 2028 Olympics

It will be the city's third time hosting the games.

The Next Season Of 'American Horror Story' Will Be Called 'Cult'

Plus, everything else we know about Season 7 so far.

A Deal For The L.A. Olympics Is Starting To Take Shape, But It May Be For 2028

The four-year delay would allow public infrastructure improvements to finish, and may secure additional funding for youth sports programs.

The 10 Most Blockbustery 2017 Summer Blockbusters

These 10 films, all superhero properties, action blockbusters, franchise starters and the latest from Oscar-winning directors, will dominate the summer movie season conversation.

The 10 Most Blockbustery 2017 Summer Blockbusters

These 10 films, all superhero properties, action blockbusters, franchise starters and the latest from Oscar-winning directors, will dominate the summer movie season conversation.

Bear Struck By Car On 210 Freeway, Will Be Euthanized [Updated]

After hiding in the bushes, the bear was taken in for an evaluation and will not survive the crash.

Spring Movie Season Is The New Summer Movie Season

As we broke down this week, spring will be packed with tons of exciting new TV shows that are going to keep us glued to our couches for hours. But let's say you're the type of weirdo-freak who can't quite handle binge-watching an entire season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt followed a week later by binge-watching an entire season of Master Of None. I don't understand you, but I can accept that you "need" things...

Spring Movie Season Is The New Summer Movie Season

As we broke down this week, spring will be packed with tons of exciting new TV shows that are going to keep us glued to our couches for hours. But let's say you're the type of weirdo-freak who can't quite handle binge-watching an entire season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt followed a week later by binge-watching an entire season of Master Of None. I don't understand you, but I can accept that you "need" things...

Here Are The Spring 2017 TV Shows We Can't Wait To Watch

Aziz Ansari, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and even David Lynch are coming back into our lives.

Here Are The Spring 2017 TV Shows We Can't Wait To Watch

Aziz Ansari, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and even David Lynch are coming back into our lives.

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

Reports say that Budapest is dropping out of the race.

It Might Rain During The Countdown This New Year's Eve

2016 is really bent on being the worst.

Here Are The Areas To Avoid During The Rose Parade

And don't forget about the Rose Bowl game.

Gold Line Service Detoured After Big Rig Crashes Onto Tracks In Pasadena

Service between the Lake and Sierra Madre Villa stations has been suspended. Metro users can take shuttles to get around the closure.

Massive Anti-Trump Demonstration Planned For Saturday In MacArthur Park

Organizers say they expect around 10,000 people to show up.

Photos: Thousands Take To Downtown, City Hall To Protest Trump Election

The crowd has been described as being young, diverse, and angry.

Anaheim And Long Beach Venues Have Been Added To L.A.'s Olympic Bid

Are you ready for some volleyball, Anaheim?

The 2 Freeway Is Colorful And Eco-Minded In This Cool Concept Design

How about some pavement that actually absorbs CO2?

Photo: When O.J. Simpson Carried L.A.'s Olympic Torch

Just days before the 1984 Olympics, O.J. Simpson carried the Olympic torch up the California Incline with Nicole Brown at his side.

Pickup Truck May Have Deliberately Crashed Into Motorcyclist On The 210

Six motorcyclists and two additional passengers suffered major injuries.

Sacha Baron Cohen 'Endorses' 'Donald Julio Trump' At Movie Premiere

"Initially I was going to endorse that crazy, liberal socialist, Ted Cruz."

Video: Truck Flies Off Freeway In Possible Road-Rage Incident

A man captured a frightening video on his dashcam of a truck losing control and flying over a freeway in Fontana before crashing into a car dealership.

Los Angeles Is Now A Final Candidate To Host The 2024 Olympics

Our competition? Budapest, Hamburg, Paris and Rome. Pfft, what do those cities have to offer anyway?

Los Angeles Is Now A Final Candidate To Host The 2024 Olympics

Our competition? Budapest, Hamburg, Paris and Rome. Pfft, what do those cities have to offer anyway?

The 323 Area Code Is Running Out Of Numbers

The 323 area code is running out of numbers, so make sure you get yours soon!

The 323 Area Code Is Running Out Of Numbers

The 323 area code is running out of numbers, so make sure you get yours soon!

Local Rapper Shot In Neck While Driving In Pasadena

Local underground rapper, Phora, is recovering right now after someone shot him in his neck while he was driving on a freeway in Pasadena.

Attempted Murder Suspect Hit By Car While Running From Cops On Freeway

Things took a crazy turn during a police chase when the attempted murder suspect they were after drove his car on the wrong side of the 210 freeway, fled on foot and got struck by a car.

Los Angeles Is Now A Frontrunner To Host The Olympics In 2024

Los Angeles is now the frontrunner to be the American bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, and the mayor says we're the ideal candidate.

Los Angeles Is Now A Frontrunner To Host The Olympics In 2024

Los Angeles is now the frontrunner to be the American bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, and the mayor says we're the ideal candidate.

Sexy Photos From The 2015 AVN Awards (SFW)

The 2015 AVN Awards, considered the Oscars of the adult industry, premiered this past Friday on Showtime (with upcoming airings this weekend and available immediately via On Demand and Showtime Anytime).

Moo-ving Photos: Firefighters Rescue Pregnant Cows In Freeway Crash

A trailer full of farm animals overturned on the 210 freeway, prompting firefighters to rescue two pregnant cows. It was quite mooving.

Our 20 Most Popular Stories In 2014

It's nearly 2015, which means it's time to play the hits.

Los Angeles' Best New Bars In 2014

These bars achieve a combo of a warming ambience, stellar cocktails, good music, and excellent service that draws in patrons with good vibes.

Man Shot To Death On 210 Freeway Was Road Rage Victim, Police Say

A man was found dead in his car along the 210 freeway near Sylmar late last night and cops are saying that road rage may have been a factor.

Here's Your Grammy Recap: Gay Marriage, Hair Flipping And Pinkrobatics

The artists who killed it at last night's 56th annual Grammy Awards were overrated rappers and wordless robots.

2013: The Adult Industry in Photos, Part 1 (SFW)

This is the fifth consecutive year we've looked back at the past twelve months in the adult industry, headquartered in the San Fernando Valley -- we traveled thousands of miles for 49 productions, three award shows, one convention, six colleagiate visits, two weddings, a book signing, a movie screening, and a benefit fundraiser.

Our 9 Favorite Film Performances Of 2013

We wanted to tack one more year-end film list, too, especially since members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences began casting their Oscar nomination ballots last week. LAist wanted to call attention to nine of our favorite performances from this past year that have been overlooked so far this awards season.

The 20 Most Popular Stories Of The Year: 2013 In Review

We've rounded up our readers' favorite posts from the past year.

What Angelenos Googled In 2013

Google, the company that for better or for worse understands a lot about our collective psyche, has been sharing the top annual searches since 2001. In recent years, the company has been breaking its search data down city-by-city, and here are the top trending searches in Los Angeles for 2013.

Registration For L.A. Marathon 2014 Opens Today

Los Angeles, it is time to get your run on.

Liveblogging The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards

Join us as we liveblog the Emmys!

Solo Drivers Might Be Able To Use Coveted Carpool Lanes During Off Hours

Solo drivers might soon be able to cruise the carpool lanes for a few hours a day without fear of a ticket.

Man Last Seen With Woman Who Jumped or Was Pushed To Her Death On Freeway Talks To Police

Details are emerging in the case of the mysterious death of a young woman who either jumped or was pushed to her death from a vehicle on the 210 Freeway this week.

Freeway Fatality: Woman Fell, Jumped or Was Pushed to Her Death On The 210

The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the death of a woman who ended up on the 210 Freeway in Sylmar early Thursday.

Driver Blamed In Irwindale Tour Bus Crash, Company's Safety Record Questioned

The tour bus company in yesterday's crash that injured 52 out of 55 passengers is, understandably, coming under intense scrutiny today, with eyewitnesses blaming the driver.

Tour Bus Crash In Irwindale Injures 50, Shuts Down 210 Freeway [UPDATED]

As many as 50 people were injured when a tour bus overturned on the side of the eastbound 210 Freeway in Irwindale around 10 a.m. this morning.

Traffic Nightmare: Fire Damage On 5 Freeway Connector Could Snarl Morning Commute

Authorities are warning anyone planning to use the 5 Freeway to pass through central Los Angeles to consider an alternative route. Caltrans is still investigating the damage from a fire caused by an overturned tanker truck carrying 8,500 gallons of gasoline.

Overturned Tanker Truck Causes Raging Fire At 5 and 2 Freeways

A tanker truck carrying 7,500 gallons of fuel flipped and caught fire in a tunnel at the interchange between the 5 and 2 freeways. The fire that raged for 55 minutes sent thick black smoke into the air. Fuel from the truck leaked into storm drains dumping into the Los Angeles River.

Brush Fire Erupts in Glendale Near 134 and 2 Freeways [UPDATED]

A brush fire in Glendale has led to swift evacuation orders and the closure of two local freeways in the area.

Police Probe Connection Between Northridge Abduction and 2008 Kidnappings

Among the many leads being investigated by Los Angeles Police Department detectives in conjunction with the abduction of a 10-year-old Northridge girl is a possible connection to the kidnapping of three children in 2008.

Where Californians (Almost) Find Love: Most Popular Places For Craigslist 'Missed Connections'

Psychology Today combed through the postings on Craigslist's "Missed Connections" in the United States to find out the most popular locations for almost finding love at first sight. The map shows that Californians on the prowl are up in the gym working on their fitness, specifically 24 Hour Fitness.

2012: The Adult Industry in Photos, Part 3 (SFW)

Here's a look at five major porn movies released last year.

2012: The Adult Industry in Photos, Part 2 (SFW)

Continuing from yesterday, Nadya "Octomom" Suleman filmed a solo porn video that was released by Wicked Pictures in June and nominated for four AVN Awards, including Best Celebrity Sex Tape.

2012: The Adult Industry in Photos, Part 1 (SFW)

This is the fourth consecutive year we've looked back at the past twelve months in the adult industry, headquartered in the San Fernando Valley, and again the statistics speak for themselves -- we traveled thousands of miles for 18 set visits, three award shows, one convention, four collegiate visits, a movie premiere, and a benefit movie.

Our 10 Favorite Theater Shows of 2012

LAist has an outstanding group of theater writers, among them Mialka Bonadonna, Terry Morgan and Lyle Zimskind, who are passionate about the local scene and community. We asked the three of them for their favorite productions from the past year.

Best Fails of 2012: Twitter, Scientology, Kiss Cam and Mayor Villaraigosa

Have a laugh (or a good old fashioned *headdesk*) at some of the best worst parts of 2012.

How the L.A. Food Scene Changed This Year (Hint: Not Very Much)

We live in a great place when it comes to good eats. Here's what's happened -- and didn't-- in 2012.

Top History Posts of 2012: Vintage Postcards, 1884 Real Estate And 100-Year-Old Water Slides

Who says Los Angeles has no history? We love bringing you the stories, photos, postcards and menus of yesteryear. Here's a year in review of a many years in review.

The Top 10 Food Stories of 2012

The world might not have ended this year, but we sure did have some close calls in the food land -- what with all the product recalls and industry mishaps. Here are some of the high- and low-lights from 2012's LAist Food coverage.

The Best Los Angeles Street Art of 2012

Here are the top 21 pieces, as selected by our resident graffiti enthusiast Jake Dobkin, and as shot by him and Lord Jim, the great L.A. street art photographer.

The 14 Best Stories of 2012: The LAist Editors' Favorites

From eye-opening interviews to exciting experiences and some looks back in time in between, check out the stories we chose as our best of what was an interesting year in L.A.

Top Five Sexiest L.A. Sportswriters

It's easy to do a "Top 10 LA Sports Moments of 2012" list or something equally asinine, although I won't say that I won't do the same exact thing in the final weeks we have in 2012. So I decided to do a top-five list of the sexiest sports writers in Los Angeles.

The 20 Most Popular Stories of 2012: A Year in Review

Los Angeles, it seems you like people best when they're undressed...unless they are in a creative costume. From ball gown finery on the red carpet to burgers, the Rolling Stones (rediscovered) to remembering the riots, 2012 was quite the year. Here's a countdown of our 20 Most Popular stories of 2012.

What Angelenos Googled in 2012

The omniscient Google might know more about us than we're comfortable with, but at the same time, we're always curious to see what searches reveals about our collective psyche. The company created its 2012 Zeitgeist site and a video that replays some of the highlights from our search data over the past year.

Photos: Mitt Romney Goes Business Casual For Family Trip To Disneyland

Mitt Romney has become something of a tabloid sensation in the last few days by doing Things that Normal People Do. During the campaign Romney couldn't seem to shake his out-of-touch patrician image, but over the last few weeks the former presidential candidate seems to be belatedly working his way out of the Uncanny Valley

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