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Decades-Old Criminal Case Against Father Detained By ICE Settled, Paving Way For His Potential Release From Detention

Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez was arrested by ICE while dropping his daughters off at school in February.

County Votes to Fund Legal Defense for Immigrants Fighting Deportation... On One Condition

Individuals with certain criminal convictions won't be able to access the fund, despite advocacy efforts from immigrant rights groups.

The Gold Room, Beloved Echo Park Dive, Has Closed (Temporarily, We Hope)

Notice of closure seems to have gone up in May.

The Gold Room, Beloved Echo Park Dive, Has Closed (Temporarily, We Hope)

Notice of closure seems to have gone up in May.

The Artists Behind The Griffith Park Teahouse Are Bringing A Bioluminescent Installation To An L.A. Beach

This Saturday's mysterious beachside installation will also feature a lifeguard tower.

This Boyle Heights Photographer Documents Her Community In Intimate Portraits

Star Montana's work is currently on view at Beta Main in downtown Los Angeles.

Wildly Popular Museum Of Ice Cream To Extend Its L.A. Run Through October

The next round of tickets go on sale Thursday morning.

Jonathan Gold Says This Brentwood Margherita Pizza Is Among The Best In The World

Chef Daniele Uditi uses a "slow dough" process to create the pizza's crust.

Jonathan Gold Says This Brentwood Margherita Pizza Is Among The Best In The World

Chef Daniele Uditi uses a "slow dough" process to create the pizza's crust.

LAPD Cadet Program Suspended At Stations Where Teens Stole Police Cruisers

The program will remain in operation at the other stations around Los Angeles.

Sofia Coppola Hasn't Heard Of The Bechdel Test

Acclaimed director unaware of basic film studies concept.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's happening in Los Angeles this week.

Best Places To Be Alone In Los Angeles

Sometimes L.A. is best appreciated when solo.

Here Are Our Favorite Coffee Shops In Los Angeles

Where we think you should get caffeinated.

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

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

How A Tiny City In Southeast L.A. County Became An Unlikely Battleground In The Sanctuary City Debate

A self-described nationalist group is trying to partially defund the city as punishment for their sanctuary status.

That Coming Heat Wave Is Actually Going To Be Even Worse Next Week

Expect the hottest temperatures on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

Vin Scully Will Narrate An Abe Lincoln Musical Work At The Hollywood Bowl

"Lincoln Portrait" by Aaron Copland combines orchestral music with excerpts from Abraham Lincoln's speeches and debates.

Enjoy Figs, Grapes, And Lemonade Berries At This 5-Acre Park In Culver City

The fruit-bearing plants were installed by the art collective Fallen Fruit.

Mayor Eric Garcetti Thinks A Monorail Might Be The Answer To L.A. Traffic

If you're humming The Monorail Song, keep in mind that this is just an idea, for now.

Sony Will Offer Censored Versions Of Some Movies, And Hollywood Is Furious About It

Hey, Shakespeare was considered vulgar in his time, too.

Iconic Tail O' The Pup Stand Finds A New Home At The Valley Relics Museum

Built in 1946, the stand had recently been sitting in a storage space in Lake Elsinore.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Check out what's happening in Los Angeles this week.

Smog, Baseball, And Lana Turner: 1950s Downtown L.A. In Photos

The 1950s saw the arrival of the Dodgers to the city, as well as changes to the architectural face of downtown.

So, What's The Difference Between A Flat White, A Cortado And A Cappuccino?

A coffee expert breaks it down—plus, where to get the best versions of each in L.A.

Tour The Triforium And More At This Year's Los Angeles Design Festival

Also, a screening of "Her," and a generation-spanning exhibit on Latin American art.

Officials Worry That Deportation Fears Could Hinder Much-Needed Exide Contamination Outreach

"I'm afraid that when people see a stranger at their door, they may be confused and not want to open the door."

These Rare Shots From Prince's First Photoshoot Show A Young, Vulnerable Side To The Purple One

The photos, taken in 1977, are currently on view in Hollywood.

Inside The Long-Closed Upstairs Of Frank Lloyd Wright's Famed Hollyhock House

The upper floor of the iconic home will be closed to the public until a VR tour is completed, but curators gave LAist a peek upstairs.

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

Here's what's happening this weekend in Los Angeles...

Where To Find The Best Russian Food In L.A.

In addition to favorites like pickled herring and blinis, you can also find lesser-known items like tvorog and kvass in L.A.

Do Not Cut Off Senator Kamala Harris, Or Twitter Will Come For You

Senator Richard Burr, did you learn nothing from the "Nevertheless, she persisted?" outcry?

Where To Get Drunk And Watch The Comey Hearing At 7 A.M. On Thursday

Early testimony from the former FBI director is as good an excuse as any to day drink.

Echo Park's Tsubaki Plans To Double In Size With Expansion

The izakaya will take over the former Novak salon space.

The Only Surviving Founder Of L.A. Pride Talks About The March's History

Reverend Troy Perry, a godfather of the gay liberation movement, on the history and future of the march.

Zoe Lister-Jones On Directing Her Debut Film Backed By An All-Female Crew

Zoe Lister-Jones wrote, produced, directed and starred in "Band Aid" with an all-female crew.

L.A. County Votes To Drop $50 Public Defender Fee

The $50 fee can dissuade low-income defendants from seeking legal counsel.

Two L.A. Area Congresspeople Go To Mexico To Visit Deported Vets

"No one who is honorably discharged should be dishonorably deported."

California Could Become The First State To Extend Health Coverage To Undocumented Young Adults

The budget proposal would extend Medi-Cal coverage to undocumented young adults ages 19 to 26.

Why Is The City Attorney Taking A Harsh Stance Against An L.A. Father Fighting Deportation?

Avelica-Gonzalez's case garnered international support after he was arrested by immigration authorities while dropping his young daughters at school.

AQMD To Begin Monitoring For Chromium 6 In Compton

The carcinogenic chemical was found in high levels in nearby Paramount.

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

Here are 20 of the coolest events we could find in L.A. this weekend.

Nancy Silverton Hints At Gelato Shop As Operation Moves To The Arts District

Silverton has taken over the former Mast Brothers' production facility.

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

Here are 20 awesome events happening in Los Angeles in June.

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

Here are 14 new and returning shows that will get you through the months of June, July and August without having to leave the comforts of your couch.

Michelin Star Chef Jean-Georges On Orange Limes And Creating A Menu For L.A.

The menus will be a "best of" from other Jean-Georges restaurants, with dishes that are special to L.A.

Photos: This L.A. Photographer Has Elevated Abandoned Street Sofas To Works Of Art

Andrew Ward has shot hundreds of L.A.'s forsaken sofas.

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

Here are 14 new and returning shows that will get you through the months of June, July and August without having to leave the comforts of your couch.

Why The Uptick In Shark Sightings Is Actually A Good Sign For Conservation Efforts

The shark population is rebounding from their low numbers in past years.

Interceptor Missile Designed To Stop Nuclear Attack Successful In First-Of-Its-Kind Test

The interceptor rocket was fired from Vandenberg Air Force Base, just 60 miles northwest of Santa Barbara.

16 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week

Here are 16 of our favorite events going on in Los Angeles this week.

Summer Camp Fare Meets Fusion Fried Rice At Hot Hot Food In Silver Lake

Pork fried rice with Fluffernutter for dessert? Somehow, Hot Hot Food makes it work.

Inside Nick Metropolis Collectibles, The Iconic La Brea Store In Danger Of Closing

Nick Metropolis Collectibles has to follow a strict debt repayment plan to avoid going out of business.

The Most Anticipated Summer 2017 Movies For Adults Who Don't Want CGI Blockbusters

If you're looking for an antidote to summer movie blockbusters, these are the 10 auteur-driven horror movies, indie flicks, romantic-comedies, artsy experiments, and musical mashups you'll want to check out.

'Ramadan In L.A.' Seeks To Combat Islamophobia With A Month Of Interfaith Iftar Celebrations

The dinners will take place during the holy month of Ramadan and are open to the public.

The Most Anticipated Summer 2017 Movies For Adults Who Don't Want CGI Blockbusters

If you're looking for an antidote to summer movie blockbusters, these are the 10 auteur-driven horror movies, indie flicks, romantic-comedies, artsy experiments, and musical mashups you'll want to check out.

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.

Inside Howlin' Ray's, Where People Wait 3 Hours In Line For The Best Hot Chicken In L.A.

Lines constantly reach three-hours long, and they serve up 600 pounds of chicken a day.

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.

Weekend Planner: Memorial Day Weekend Edition

Staying in town this Memorial Day Weekend? Then check out what L.A. has to offer!

Inside The Marciano Art Foundation, L.A.'s Newest Museum

The Marciano opens to the public Thursday.

L.A.'s Public Park System Now Ranks 74th In The Nation

The rankings are based on park size, access, facilities and investment.

Football With Rod Stewart, Beach Days With The Rolling Stones And More Intimate '70s Moments

"The snaps you take today become tomorrow's social anthropology."

White Clam Pizza & Other Italian-American Staples Coming To Echo Park's New Cosa Buona

Cosa Buona has taken over the former Pizza Buona location on Sunset and Alvarado.

Silver Lake's Mh Zh Is The Israeli Sidewalk Cafe That L.A. Didn't Know It Was Missing

Mh Zh's flavors may not be what you're used to, but that's a good thing.

Roger Moore, Who Starred As James Bond Seven Times, Dies At 89

He was the longest-serving Bond in the franchise's history.

Photos: Legendary Midcentury Modern Architect Pierre Koenig's Home On The Market For The First Time Ever

Koenig is most famous for designing L.A.'s iconic Case Study House #22.

L.A. Will No Longer Host The Super Bowl In 2021, Thanks To The Rain

We'll be hosting the Super Bowl in 2022 instead.

Inside The Hammer's Newly Digitized Corita Kent Archive

The screenprinting nun's socially aware work is more relevant than ever today.

Those White 'Botts' Dots' On The Freeway Are Being Retired

Other, more reflective markers are being favored.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here are 20 of the coolest events happening in L.A. this week.

Community Protests The Detainment Of Young Boyle Heights Immigrant Rights Organizer

Claudia Rueda was detained by Border Patrol in Boyle Heights on Thursday morning.

These Six Museums In Pasadena And L.A. Will Be Free On Sunday

It's part of the Museums of the Arroyo Day.

Ten Things You May Not Know About Long Beach

From the gay rights movement to Art Deco, there's plenty to uncover of the city's history.

A New Filipino Food Stall Is Coming To Grand Central Market This Summer

Sari Sari Store will be taking over the former Bar Moruno stall.

The Best Places To Meet Someone From The Internet For A First Date In L.A.

Plus, all the dos and don'ts you need to know for choosing a place.

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

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

Coyote Spotted In Silver Lake 365 Parking Lot (Albeit Sans Kim Gordon) Because Life Imitates Art

In 2016, panic ensued when a parody Instagram account claimed that the Sonic Youth bassist was attacked by a coyote.

LAUSD Board President Steve Zimmer Concedes To Challenger Nick Melvoin

Kelly Gonez currently has a slight lead over opponent Imelda Padilla for the second open school board seat being decided tonight.

Mystery Vote-Shaming Mailer Reveals Neighbors' Voting Histories

The California Voter Awareness Project has no address, no website or Facebook page, and no zip code.

What The Passage of Measure C Means for L.A., And What You Can Still Do About It

Black Lives Matter organizer Melina Abdullah discusses how Angelenos can still fight Measure C.

L.A.'s Second 365 By Whole Foods Market Is Officially Opening This August In Santa Monica

L.A.'s first 365 opened to great fanfare last year in Silver Lake.

Uncovering The Storied History Of The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

The hotel, which hosted the first ever Academy Awards, turns 90 this week.

Sheriff's Department Calls L.A. County Cockfighting Ring Bust The Largest In U.S History

The approximately 7,000 birds recovered ranged in value "from a cost of $50 to thousands of dollars, depending on the pedigree."

How Upton Sinclair's 1923 Arrest For Reading The Bill Of Rights Led To The Founding Of The ACLU SoCal

Sinclair continued reading even after the police chief warned him to "cut out that Constitution stuff."

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

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

Ten Popular Weed Products That Could Soon Be Illegal Under Proposed Regulations

They're coming for your Kiva Terra Bites, your Ganjalato, your weed-infused wine, and even your free samples.

Overheard In L.A.: Mother's Day Edition

Check out our latest edition of Overheard in L.A. while sipping a few mimosas with momma.

Republican Assemblyman Responds To California Budget With Extensive Spotify Playlist

He used the song titles to write his actual statement.

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