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Totally Tubular: The Enduring Charm Of 'Valley Girl'

The film begins a three-night run at the New Beverly Theater on February 15.

The Museum Of Ice Cream Is Coming To Los Angeles

A shrine to ice cream is on its way.

The Biggest Storm Of The Season (So Far) Is On Its Way

Angelenos should expect two to four inches to drop Friday afternoon and evening.

Tsubaki Brings A New Take On The Izakaya To Echo Park

Tsubaki's impressive drink menu includes jizake, honkaku shochu, and French wines.

Trump Advisor Stephen Miller Lost That High School Election To Party Photographer 'The Cobrasnake'

Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter won VP in the same student election that Stephen Miller, who was running for speaker of the house, lost.

Salt & Straw To Open WeHo Outpost This Friday

Because we all needed some good news.

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.

The Hollywood Bowl Released Its Summer Schedule And It Delivers Big

Your social calendar is about to fill up fast.

A Visual History Of The Immigrants Who Built Los Angeles

These immigrants braved xenophobia and racism to build Los Angeles into the city we know today.

A Complete List Of The 2017 Grammy Award Winners

Adele won album, record, and song of the year.

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.

Second Santa Monica High School Student Dies Of Unknown Medical Condition In 3 Months

Medical officials do not believe the student died of norovirus.

A New Documentary About The Notorious B.I.G. Is In Development

The producers are working with Biggie's mother, Voletta Wallace.

Bob Odenkirk Plays 'The Bill Shakespeare Of Romance Cards' In Netflix's New 'Girlfriend's Day'

Here's the trailer for the film, which hits Netflix on February 14th.

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening in L.A. This Week

Here's what's happening in L.A. this week.

ICE Officials Confirm That More Than 160 Individuals Were Arrested During 'Enforcement Surge'

Authorities say that 150 of the 160 had prior criminal histories.

There's A New Magic-Themed Bar In Hollywood

Clever cocktails, roving performers, and intimate magic shows make up the latest bar from the Houston Brothers.

The Eight Best Things You Can Have Delivered In Los Angeles For Valentine's Day

From massages to rented puppies to seasonal blooms...

More Than 20 Yemeni Refugees Land In Los Angeles After Being Stranded By Travel Ban

Trump's travel ban resulted in families being split up, the Yemenis' lawyer said.

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.

Inside The Art Collection Of Earl And Camilla McGrath, L.A.'s Ultimate 1970s Cool Couple

Earl and Camilla McGrath hung out with John Didion, Gore Vidal, Harrison Ford, and others.

Customs Didn't Bother To Show Up To City Council's Hearing On LAX Chaos

The federal agency was nowhere to be found at a committee hearing investigating the clusterf*ck caused by Trump's travel ban.

UTA Cancels Their Annual Oscar Party To Protest The Immigration Ban

The agency is also donating $250,000 to the American Civil Liberties Union and the International Rescue Committee.

Mayors of San Diego And Tijuana Reaffirm Commitment To Partnership Amid Trump Chaos

San Diego's mayor said that the region's bi-national economy helps bring his city jobs.

The Last Vestiges Of Beverly Hills' Trader Vic's Fade Out

After the restaurant closed in 2007, the once iconic Trader Vic's had lived on as a poolside lounge. Now the lounge has shut its doors too.

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."

One Of The World's Premier Film Festivals Is Coming To Los Angeles

This spring, the Locarno Film Festival will make its way to L.A. for "Locarno in Los Angeles."

One Of The World's Premier Film Festivals Is Coming To Los Angeles

This spring, the Locarno Film Festival will make its way to L.A. for "Locarno in Los Angeles."

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Dumps Another $300,000 Into That Terrible NIMBY Ballot Measure

The new cash infusion comes after the foundation donated $504,332 to Measure S during the last quarter of 2016 alone.

Early Renderings Revealed For Sixth Street Viaduct Park

The bridge is set to finish construction in 2020.

Twenty Of The Coolest Events Happening in L.A. This Week

Here's what to do in L.A. this week.

Behind The Scenes Of The 'Game Of Thrones' Live Concert

Composer Ramin Djawadi hopes you'll dress up and sing along.

Huell Howser Marathon To Air On President's Day

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

What It Was Like To Be Detained At LAX For Five Hours On Saturday

A Mexican green card-holder caught up in the chaos describes the situation inside customs.

L.A. City Attorney Said He Was Blocked From Meeting With LAX Detainees

Mike Feuer called the detainments "a breathtaking violation of rights."

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.

Photos: Third Annual 'Night On Broadway' Draws Crowd Of 70,000

The event opened the doors to six historic theaters and filled the street with musical performances and art installations.

19 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's happening in L.A. this week.

How Small Changes To The Built Environment Could Help Curb Human Trafficking In The San Fernando Valley

An LAPD task force, a city councilwoman and two CSUN professors have been working together to determine solutions.

Photos: Take A Peek Inside L.A.'s Historic Theaters

Explore the lavish interiors of the Los Angeles Theatre, the Theatre at the Ace Hotel, and 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.

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.

Weekend Planner: 20 Cool Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here are 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this weekend.

Trump Vows To Pull Federal Funds From 'Sanctuary Cities' Like L.A.

Los Angeles stands to lose approximately $500 million in federal funding.

Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80

Moore was also a prominent activist.

Where To Find The Best Exotic Ice Cream Flavors in Los Angeles

You can find flavors like mango and sticky rice, sweet potato, and beer and pretzels.

A Beginner's Guide To Glendale

You can sing that hard-to-find karaoke song, go roller skating, drink great beer, and tour a Queen Anne Victorian home.

20 Awesome Events Happening in Los Angeles This Week

Check out what's happening in L.A. this week.

Fifty Photos Of The L.A. Women's March From LAist Readers

A ground floor view of the historic rally.

Everything You Need To Know About The L.A. Women's March

A guide to getting there, participating, and knowing your rights.

'Split' A Reminder That M. Night Shyamalan Is A Master Of Suspense

While the movie is rife with thrills, there's also an undertow of grace and empathy.

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles

Comedy, music and art events get political this week.

A Map Librarian's Gastronomic Guide To Boyle Heights

Los Angeles Public Library's longtime map librarian Glen Creason explores the geography of Boyle Heights through the neighborhood's culinary landscape.

Op-Ed: Why Sheriff Jim McDonnell's Promise To Immigrants Wasn't Enough

Two activists respond to Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonell's promise to immigrants.

The 13 Best Spas In Los Angeles

For when you need to escape the real world for a bit.

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?"

Kismet Balances Modern California Cuisine With Middle Eastern Roots In Los Feliz

Middle Eastern food may be having a moment in the Los Angeles dining scene, but Kismet is positioned to be around well after the wave passes.

Kevin Starr, Lion Of California History, Dies At 76

"He was the greatest historian Los Angeles and California ever had and ever will have."

What's Keeping Those Freeway Interchanges Up In An Earthquake?

No one wants a repeat of the Newhall Interchange collapse.

Tell Us About Yourself For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch

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Here Are 20 Awesome Events Happening In L.A. This Week

Here are 20 events worth your time this week in L.A.

After 70 Years, The Black Dahlia Murder Still Haunts Los Angeles

A history of one of the city's most gruesome true crime stories.

Remember CHiPS? Now It's A Movie, And The First Trailer Is Here

Ponch and Jon are played by Michael Peña and Dax Shepard. And Kristen Bell will play Jon's wife.

Weekend Planner: 20 Cool Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here are 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this weekend.

A Guide To L.A.'s Other Walks Of Fame

There are "walks" for porn stars, animal stars, and fake doctors.

Smorgasburg LA's 2017 Food Lineup Has Been Announced

A number of new vendors have been added to the list.

Metro Launches 24-Hour Hotline To Combat Sexual Harassment

The hotline is the first of its kind.

Richard Neutra's Silver Lake House One Of 24 New National Historic Landmarks

Richard Neutra built the house for his family in 1932.

Taking Care Of The Dead At Home, And Other Matters Of Mortality

Undertaking LA says that death is something that can be embraced at home.

Red Carpet Photos From The 2017 Golden Globes

Connie Britton is a literal angel.

19 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's happening in L.A. this week.

What's The Deal With The 'Musical Or Comedy' Category At The Golden Globes?

Why do the Golden Globes split the genres up like that?

What's The Deal With The 'Musical Or Comedy' Category At The Golden Globes?

Why do the Golden Globes split the genres up like that?

Where Are The Manson Family Members Now?

Most of them are in jail, some have gone on to live quiet lives, and one of them pulled a gun on a president.

Mammoth Mountain Is Bracing For Up To 20 Feet Of Snow

Mammoth is getting hit with what meteorologists are calling an "atmospheric river."

Mammoth Mountain Is Bracing For Up To 20 Feet Of Snow

Mammoth is getting hit with what meteorologists are calling an "atmospheric river."

Twenty Of The Coolest Events Happening in L.A. This Weekend

Check out these 20 fun things to do in L.A. this weekend.

Coachella 2017 Lineup Announced, Headliners Include Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead

Plus, New Order, Lorde, Bon Iver, Gucci Mane, Father John Misty, and more.

Kamala Harris Sworn In As California's First Black Senator

She's also the first Indian American to ever serve in the U.S. Senate.

Candy Cane Lane Residents Consider Ending 60-Year Tradition Over Littering, Street Vendors

"In order to keep this quaint tradition of holiday spirit, we need to make sure it does not become commercialized with food trucks and the like."

Candy Cane Lane Residents Consider Ending 60-Year Tradition Over Littering, Street Vendors

"In order to keep this quaint tradition of holiday spirit, we need to make sure it does not become commercialized with food trucks and the like."

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