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The 11 Best Biscuits In Los Angeles

Pair them with meats, or sweets, or even a cocktail.

Interview: Stephen Falk On Toxic People, Love Stories & Season 4 Of 'You're The Worst'

We chatted with showrunner Stephen Falk about whether Gretchen and Jimmy are toxic people, the ramifications of extreme ghosting, balancing comedy and pathos, the origins of Vernon and the universality of love stories.

County Proposes Official Travel Restrictions To 9 States That Threatened Legal Action On DACA

The one-year restriction would only apply to official County business.

On The QT And Very Hush-Hush: CBS Developing An 'L.A. Confidential' TV Show

The James Ellroy novel was previously made into a 1997 film of the same title.

Venice Pride Lifeguard Tower Gets To Keep Its Rainbow Colors

It started off as an art installation. Now it's a permanent fixture known as the Bill Rosendahl Memorial Lifeguard Tower.

Interview: Stephen Falk On Toxic People, Love Stories & Season 4 Of 'You're The Worst'

We chatted with showrunner Stephen Falk about whether Gretchen and Jimmy are toxic people, the ramifications of extreme ghosting, balancing comedy and pathos, the origins of Vernon and the universality of love stories.

Photos: This Cake-Themed Infinity Room Looks Good Enough To Eat

The infinity room's pentagon of mirrors reflect the glorious illusion of cake in all directions.

A Guide To Resources For DACA Recipients In Los Angeles

Where to find legal assistance, answers to FAQs, and more.

L.A Mayor Eric Garcetti To Play A High School Principal In 'Valley Girl' Remake

A tried-and-true Valley Boy, Mayor Eric Garcetti grew up in Encino.

Where To Rally In Support Of DACA Today In Los Angeles [Updated]

The Trump administration announced their plans to end the program on Tuesday morning.

Angels Flight Closed For Maintenance Days After Reopening

The railway is temporarily closed for maintenance.

Born in 1987? You Can Get A Dozen Free Bagels This Week

Bagel Broker is celebrating its 30th year in existence.

16 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week

It's a short week, but we picked 16 great events happening in L.A. Check 'em out.

From Cinema Classics To New Indie Releases: Movies To Catch In L.A. This September

The return of Pacific Standard Time, a tribute to Jeanne Moreau, the latest from a master documentarian, and more!

From Cinema Classics To New Indie Releases: Movies To Catch In L.A. This September

The return of Pacific Standard Time, a tribute to Jeanne Moreau, the latest from a master documentarian, and more!

Everything You Need To Know About The L.A. County Fair

The fair runs from September 1-24.

Your Ultimate Guide To September: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles

A few suggestions on what to plan for the month ahead

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.

Continued Chance Of Isolated Showers And Thunderstorms Will Do Nothing To Break The Heat

The chance of isolated thunderstorms over the L.A. basin will be highest during the morning and then again overnight.

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.

What Would A 4 A.M. Last Call Look Like In Los Angeles?

The bill would allow, but not require, California bars and restaurants to serve alcohol until 4 a.m.

ICE Wants To Start Destroying Records Related To Deaths And Sexual Assaults In Immigrant Detention

The National Archives and Record Administration has given ICE's request preliminary approval.

L.A. Father Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez Released On Bond After Six Months In ICE Custody

His case gained widespread attention after a video of his arrest filmed by his sobbing daughter went viral.

L.A. Mayor Who Is Not Running For President Also Not *Not* Running For Governor

"I have not made any decision on that," he told a reporter in Sacramento when asked about the 2018 gubernatorial election.

Longtime 'Simpsons' Composer Fired After 27 Years On The Job

Alf Clausen said a producer told him that the show is looking for “a different kind of music."

As Trump Paves Way For More Military Gear For Police, LAPD Says They'll Decline, Sheriff Says Maybe

Trump is moving to roll back the 2014 restrictions that Obama had placed on military hardware being sent to local police.

L.A. Reverses Ban On Sales Of 'Ultracompact' Guns

Firearm dealers were barred from selling guns that were less than 6.75 inches in length or less than 4.5 inches in height.

Photos: Two Adorable New Mountain Lion Kittens Were Found In The Santa Monica Mountains

“If P-12 is in fact these kittens’ father, that also means he’s their grandfather, their great grandfather, and their great-great grandfather."

The 10 Best Burning Man Hate Reads

Semi-clad class warfare, the tech CEO looking for a date to Black Rock City on Tinder, and so much more.

'L.A. Plays Itself' To Screen At The Aero On Sunday

Director Thom Andersen will speak after the film.

White Actor Leaves 'Hellboy' Reboot After Uproar Over His Casting As Asian Character

Ed Skrein said that he was initially unaware that the character was Asian American in the comic book series.

A Gold Mining Company Wants To Shrink A National Monument In The Mojave

The Castle Mountains National Monument was designated under the Obama administration in 2016.

A Gold Mining Company Wants To Shrink A National Monument In The Mojave

The Castle Mountains National Monument was designated under the Obama administration in 2016.

Showtime To Issue Full Refund For Glitchy Livestream Of Mayweather-McGregor Fight

But only if you purchased the pay-per-view access in HD through Showtime’s own direct-to-consumer services.

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what to do in L.A. this week to help pre-game for Labor Day weekend.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

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

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.

Just Try And Take Our Federal Funding: L.A. City Attorney Sues Trump Admin Over Sanctuary City Retaliation

L.A. joins San Francisco and the state of California in lawsuits challenging the new conditions.

Misfits' Classic Lineup To Reunite For One-Off Show In L.A.

It'll be their first L.A. gig in nearly 35 years.

E.T. Will Return To The Big Screen For Its 35th Anniversary

It'll be back for a brief run in September.

Interview: 'Halt And Catch Fire' Creators Embrace The '90s In Season Four

"This has always been a show about people kind of creating the future, trying to bet it and see what it'll become, and what it'll look like when those people have to live in the future they created," Rogers says. "Is this the world they'd hoped for?"

Photos: Thousands Flocked To Griffith Observatory To Witness The Eclipse

The crowd included children, photographers, and astronomy buffs.

Sugarfish Co-Founder Brings Bologna's Red-Yolked Egg Pasta To Santa Monica

The restaurant was opened by a founding Sugarfish partner.

Canter's Lands 'C' Grade From Health Department

The department's inspection cites three major health code violations.

Sugarfish Co-Founder Brings Bologna's Red-Yolked Egg Pasta To Santa Monica

The restaurant was opened by a founding Sugarfish partner.

Canter's Lands 'C' Grade From Health Department

The department's inspection cites three major health code violations.

Interview: 'Halt And Catch Fire' Creators Embrace The '90s In Season Four

"This has always been a show about people kind of creating the future, trying to bet it and see what it'll become, and what it'll look like when those people have to live in the future they created," Rogers says. "Is this the world they'd hoped for?"

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

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

Op-Ed: California Must Pass Housing Legislation To Give Our Generation A Chance

L.A.'s housing shortage acutely affects young people, and has galvanized a grassroots response across the city from millennials who just want a shot at building a life here.

The Best Deals To Be Had & Local Businesses To Visit During Echo Park Rising

The festival highlights the diversity and creativity of Echo Park’s small business community.

CHIRLA Opens Satellite Office In South L.A. To Provide Legal Services To Immigrants

Officials say the anti-immigrant climate created by the new administration necessitated the expansion.

ACLU Suing City Over Pershing Square Photography Ban

A coalition of 13 organizations claims the city's ban is unconstitutional.

ACLU Suing City Over Pershing Square Photography Ban

A coalition of 13 organizations claims the city's ban is unconstitutional.

Art Gallery Presents Month-Long Love/Hate Letter To Los Angeles

Think Tank Gallery presents Drinkin', Smokin', and West Coastin' in their former gallery space downtown.

Photos: We Went To The O.J. Simpson Museum So You Don't Have To

A tiny Chinatown gallery has been transformed into a 3D immersive Wikipedia page about the Simpson trial.

Where To Get Eclipse Glasses In Los Angeles

Yes, there's still (some) hope of finding a pair.

Trump Makes Terrible, Unfounded Claims About Pershing Square's Namesake, Again

Trump had previously cited the false claim during his campaign.

Spike In West Nile Virus Activity Prompts 'Heightened Concern' In The Valley

There has been a boom in the population of mosquitos following the rainy winter season.

Vacation Bar Brings Globally-Inspired Cocktails To Santa Ana

It's part of Orange County's growing culinary scene.

Vacation Bar Brings Globally-Inspired Cocktails To Santa Ana

It's part of Orange County's growing culinary scene.

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles

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

The Best Places For Birdwatching In Los Angeles

We've got everything from egrets to parrots. And how about chickens?

Oh God, California Is Experiencing An Avocado Shortage

Echo Park vegan eatery Honey Hi has already pulled avocado toast from its menu.

Photos: Cannabis Industry Rallies At City Hall For Licensing, Social Equity

A special City Council meeting on the proposed regulations will be held tonight.

Jimmy Kimmel Pleads With America To Remove Trump From Office, Make Him Ceremonial King

Kimmel went all in with an unusually long, hard-hitting opening monologue.

Production On 'Mission: Impossible 6' Shut Down Following Tom Cruise's Stunt Mishap

The actor was seen slamming into a wall after attempting a jump.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery To Remove Monument To Confederate Soldiers

A Confederate memorial evoking California's Civil War past will be removed from Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

Confederate Monument Has Been Removed From Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Hollywood Forever has removed a monument to California's little-known Civil War history.

St. Vincent Is Directing A Female Version Of 'The Picture Of Dorian Gray'

Clark is adapting Oscar Wilde's 1890 horror novel into a feature-length film for Lionsgate.

What Do The Olympics Mean For L.A. Art?

Do we really believe the Olympics will help L.A. in the way they claim?

There Is Now An Official Purple Pantone Shade Honoring Prince

The color will be known as Love Symbol #2.

Five Scenic Spots To Catch The 'Great American Eclipse' Just Outside Of L.A.

Mammoth will be treated to an 80% eclipse of the sun, compared to the approximately 70% that we'll be seeing in Los Angeles.

Photos: The Zanja Madre Aqueduct, Los Angeles' Original Lifeline

In 1781, Mexican colonization laws required the pueblo of Los Angeles to be situated near the Los Angeles river to provide optimal irrigation.

Photos: The Zanja Madre Aqueduct, Los Angeles' Original Lifeline

In 1781, Mexican colonization laws required the pueblo of Los Angeles to be situated near the Los Angeles river to provide optimal irrigation.

Photos: What To Expect At The Free 'IT Experience' Haunted House In Hollywood

A massive, two-story home replica of the Neibolt House in "IT" has been erected in Hollywood as an immersive haunt—and we have the lowdown on what to expect.

You Can Now Get A Ticket For Parking In Between The Curb And The Sidewalk In L.A.

Parking in driveway aprons will get you a ticket as well.

Here's A Look At The Brand New USC Village

The 1.2 million-square-foot complex features residential housing, restaurants, a Trader Joe's, and a Target.

20 Awesome Events In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's going on in L.A. this week...

California Suing The EPA For Failing To Provide Records On Scott Pruitt's Potential Conflicts Of Interest

The state AG's office filed a FOIA in April but still hasn't received the documents.

Filifera Is The Perfect Hollywood Hideaway Rooftop Bar

You won't want to miss the sunset.

Filifera Is The Perfect Hollywood Hideaway Rooftop Bar

You won't want to miss the sunset.

L.A. City Council Votes Unanimously To Approve 2028 Olympics

The vote came only a week after the 2028 deal was made.

This New Silver Lake Candy Store Stocks Hard-To-Find Treats From Across The Globe

The shop will also carry a selection of snacks from small California companies, plus retro junk food items that are no longer available in the United States.

Immigrant Rights Groups, ACLU Call On Sheriff To Reverse Opposition To 'Sanctuary State' Bill

The L.A. County Sheriff has been among SB 54's most vocal opponents.

Video: How This Koreatown Plaza Became A Legendary Hangout For L.A.'s Skateboarders

The plaza outside Radio Korea and Kwon Orthodontic Center used to be a hot spot for skateboarders. It later banned skateboarding in 2016.

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