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National Parks Are Free This Weekend And Here Are The Best Ones Near L.A.

National Park Week runs from April 15 to April 23.

When Robert Evans Hosted Seder For Roman Polanski, Kirk Douglas, Warren Beatty And Walter Matthau

The legendary producer was in the process of wooing Polanski to direct "Chinatown."

The Top Eight Products Of The Coachella-Industrial Complex That Most Make Me Want To Die

From Khloé Kardashian's pre-torn denim Festival Season shorts to cannabis flower crowns.

Soar Over City Hall, Union Station, The Santa Monica Pier, And More In This Captivating Drone Video

There's also a close-up shot of that "bell tower" in Pershing Square.

Increased Immunization Rates Show That The New Vaccine Law Is Actually Working

Immunization rates among California's kindergartners are at their highest in over 15 years.

Those Famous Strawberry Doughnuts Are Finally Back At Donut Man

From Oxnard, to Glendora, to your mouth.

The 7 Best Vegan Brunches In L.A.

In the mood for persimmons with red crisp grapes and watercress? Or quinoa tabbouleh?

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

Here's what's happening in L.A. this Passover/Easter/Coachella weekend.

Op-Ed: What I Learned Trying To Unseat A City Council Incumbent With A Grassroots Campaign

Jesse Creed ran against incumbent City Councilman Paul Koretz in the March primary.

Death And Property Values, Or How To Sell A House Where Someone Died

Also, other matters of mortality and housing.

If 'Annie Hall' Took Place In Modern-Day Los Angeles

Because a struggling actress and a comedy writer would be living in the City of Angels today.

Dominique Ansel Is Bringing Cronuts To The Grove

Prepare to either encounter round-the-block lines or avoid the area at all costs when the brick-and-mortar pastry shop opens this fall.

Sexual Assault Claims At Private Immigrant Detention Centers Are Rarely Investigated

"By not properly investigating each allegation of sexual assault, our government sends a message that sexual abuse of immigrants will be tolerated."

'So Long, Hi' Brings The Heat (And Flavorful Thai Fare) To Downtown

Standouts at the new Thai restaurant include a grilled pork neck dish, and a grilled beef salad tossed with mint and a tamarind dressing.

The Small Font Artists You Should Be Seeing At Coachella

Festivals are so much more than the headliners.

A Guide To F. Scott Fitzgerald's Los Angeles

Fitzgerald spent the late 1930s living in Los Angeles.

This Is What It Looks Like When Harry Potter Fans Take Over A Roller Rink

Welcome to the 6th Annual Harry Potter Roller Skating Night in Glendale.

Video: An Exclusive Look At How They Shot That Crazy Opening Sequence From 'La La Land'

Director Damien Chazelle and choreographer Mandy Moore explain how they pulled it off.

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening in Los Angeles This Week

Check out 20 awesome events happening in L.A. this week.

L.A. Landlords Exploiting Immigration Fears To Threaten Tenants

"The landlords now have a new tool in their arsenal to scare tenants into moving away. And they're using it."

Let's Talk About Super Bloom Etiquette

When in doubt, don't pick.

USC's FemFest Kicks Off Its Fifth Year Of Celebrating Gender Equality In Music

The student-run festival has been on the forefront of gender-equality in the festival scene.

The Best Artists To See This Weekend At Broke L.A. 2017

Four of the best acts at the Broke L.A. festival.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Iconic Hollyhock House Will Be Getting Its Own Virtual Reality Tour

The tour will expand the accessible area of Hollyhock House by 210%.

Iconic Comedian Don Rickles Dies At 90

His career spanned six decades.

Meet Milt Larsen, The Man Behind Hollywood's Magic Castle

The founder of the Magic Castle talks growing up in a family of magicians and old Hollywood.

Photos: Tupac's Koran, Medallion Allegedly Struck By Bullet, Among Items Up For Auction

The medallion was reportedly damaged by a bullet. Also, written lyrics for some of his songs are up for grabs.

Ten Things You May Not Know About Echo Park

L.A.'s gentrifying neighborhood has a much more vivid past than its hipsterdom implies.

How Public Art In L.A. Was Shaped By The 'Cultural Caudillo' Of The Mexican Revolution

The 1920s-era Mexican Secretary of Public Education indirectly shaped L.A.'s role as "the mural capital of the world" and the city's large-scale New Deal-era civic commissions.

The L.A. Kings' Bob Miller Talks Gretzky, Vin Scully, And The Stanley Cup

The play-by-play announcer will retire early next week, ending a career with the Kings that began in 1973.

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken Brings Instagram-Worthy Fare To Downtown

A temple to decadence with a side of cole slaw.

First Full Year Of L.A.'s Vision Zero Plan Saw Traffic Deaths Rise 43 Percent

While pedestrian collisions rose three percent in 2016 over the previous year, pedestrian deaths rose by 58 percent.

Here Is Everything You Can Eat And Drink At This Year's Coachella

Native son Roy Choi will have his full portfolio present.

Photos: Marvel Heroes And Mermaids At WonderCon 2017

Check out some of the best costumes from this year's WonderCon.

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening in Los Angeles This Week

Here are 20 great events happening in L.A. this week. Check 'em out.

A Brief History Of Hollywood Sign Pranks

Far more than just "Hollyweed."

Your Ultimate Guide To April: 20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. in April—no joke—these events are seriously good.

Photos: First-Of-Its-Kind Street Vending Marketplace Launched At MacArthur Park Metro Station

The street vending marketplace is a one-year pilot program that could be replicated at other L.A. stations, if successful.

Amazon's 'All Or Nothing' To Spotlight The Rams' Terrible 2016 Season

It was a season to forget, but now we'll be reliving it.

Inside Lloyd Wright's Black Dahlia Home, Now On The Market For $4.7 Million

Lloyd Wright's famous Sowden House in Los Feliz has hit the market. The property, rumored to be the sight of the Black Dahlia murder, has been listed for $4.698 million. The house was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright's son Lloyd Wright in 1926 for painter and photographer John Sowden, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 1971. The house was built in the Mayan Revival style that has...

The Three Best Places To See The Super Bloom This Weekend

Check out even more great spots to see the super bloom in Southern California.

Photos: A Peek Into The Getty's Newly Acquired Frank Gehry Archive

The 88-year-old architect's vast archive contains more than 1,000 sketches and models, along with hundreds of thousands of drawings, slides and ephemera.

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

Here are 20 pretty spectacular events happening in L.A. this weekend.

The Inside History Of The Tam O'Shanter, One Of L.A.'s Oldest Restaurants

Walt Disney was the Tam's most loyal customer during the late 1920s and early '30s, and the restaurant was regarded as the unofficial commissary for Disney's nearby studio.

N.W.A's 'Straight Outta Compton' To Be Preserved By Library Of Congress

A Vin Scully recording and the Eagles' "Greatest Hits" are also among the inductees.

Here Is The Single Greatest Picture Of Joni Mitchell In The Los Angeles Public Library Archive

The singer, a poet, and three "Voguing Popes" at 1980s-era L.A. hotspot Vertigo.

A Million Chinese Tourists Visited L.A. Last Year, The First For Any U.S. City

The Los Angeles Tourism And Conventions Board expects two million Chinese tourists a year by 2020.

The Eight Best L.A. Eats That Aren't Actually From L.A.

From ice cream shops to dumpling joints, not all of L.A.'s best eateries were born here.

Two Dudes Pretended to Be Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg To Get Their Script Read

They were reportedly able to get the script to Megan Ellison, Will Ferrell and Mark Gordon, among others, with Goldberg and Rogen's names attached.

Breaking Bad's Los Pollos Hermanos Is Opening For A 2-Day Stint Downtown

The pop-up restaurant will be slinging curly fries in the Arts District on Wednesday and Thursday.

Dracula's Hollywood Hills Mansion (Along With Its Purported Ghost) Is Now Up For Sale

The home once belonged to Bela Lugosi, who acted in over 100 films, but is best known as Dracula.

A Glimpse At The Massive 66-Story Tower Coming To Downtown

At 66-stories, the tower may top 800 feet and be one of the tallest in Los Angeles.

How L.A.'s Brooklyn Avenue Became Avenida Cesar Chavez

In honor of Cesar Chavez Day, a brief history of how Boyle Heights' Brooklyn Avenue came to be renamed for the labor leader.

Those Guys Who Fish In MacArthur Park Lake Just Caught A 50-Pounder

"I just landed the biggest fish of my life, today. Oh my god," Eddie said.

Check Out The First Teaser For The El Chapo Series On Netflix

Univision has released the teaser for El Chapo, its upcoming co-production with Netflix.

Check Out The New Doc About The Ovarian Psycos, East L.A.'s All-Female Bike Brigade

The documentary will premiere on PBS on Monday. It will also be available online.

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

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

Say Her Name: On The Legacy Of Latasha Harlins And The 1992 Riots

Latasha Harlins' legacy will be discussed at the Hammer Museum on Wednesday night.

Behind The Scenes With Halo Top, The Ice Cream That Might Actually Be Good For You

Is healthy ice cream a contradiction? Halo Top founder Justin Woolverton says it doesn't have to be. Plus, a video of what happens behind the scenes.

You Can Now Get Poke Bowls And Stumptown Cold Brew Ice Cream Floats At Dodger Stadium

New items also feature tater tots, funnel cake, and Vietnamese spring rolls.

Photos: Immigrant Rights Groups Protest Sheriff McDonnell's Stance On 'Sanctuary State' Bill

Sheriff Jim McDonnell has come out against the so-called "sanctuary state" bill.

Ten Of The Best Poems About Los Angeles

From the work of Wanda Coleman to Dana Gioia, ten of the best poems about the City of Angels.

Here Are The L.A. Theaters Screening '1984' On April 4 To Protest Trump

It's part of a nationwide event in which parallels are drawn between our present day and George Orwell's dystopian nightmare.

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

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend. Tons of fun. Seriously.

Thirteen Things Gen X-ers and Millennials Would Have Dug In L.A. Back In The Day

From gambling boats to the downtown restaurant that served Eastern European food into the wee hours, these are the places you would have loved.

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.

Sexual Assault Reporting In L.A.'s Latino Community Down 25% Amid Fears Of Immigration Enforcement

"We're seeing less people reporting crimes," Mayor Eric Garcetti said.

Garcetti Signs Executive Directive Expanding Protections For Undocumented Angelenos

The executive directive bars police and city employees from enforcing federal immigration laws, and ensures equal access to city services for all Angelenos, regardless of immigration status.

Final Election Tallies Put Voter Turnout At 20%, So It Wasn't L.A.'s Worst Ever!

Though maybe it's not something we'd want to brag about.

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.

Missy Elliott, NIN, Frank Ocean, Bjork, Solange And Iggy Pop To Play FYF Fest

Plus, A Tribe Called Quest, Iggy Pop, Run the Jewels, Erykah Badu, Blonde Redhead and MGMT.

A Beginner's Guide To Visiting Your Elected Officials In Los Angeles

Everything you need to know, including parking. Because it's your democratic right!

Garcetti Declares State Of Emergency To Protect Owens Valley From Record Snowmelt

The declaration of emergency will allow the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to take immediate steps to protect infrastructure and avoid flooding.

Photos: The Under-The-Radar Desert Oasis Where You Should See The Super Bloom, Stat

"It could have only gotten better if I came upon a desert tortoise munching on a flower petal."

The Fascinating 25-Year History Of Three Clubs, Hollywood's Landmark Bar

Renee Zellweger was a bar-back there once. It also served as a set for 'Swingers.'

Photos: These Desert Billboards Show The Landscape They're Blocking

Artist Jennifer Bolande and Desert X are exhibiting billboards that confront the ways we interact with our Southern California landscape.

Photos: Los Angeles' Glorious Bunny Museum Reopens In Altadena

The record-setting Bunny Museum now has more space for its furry wonders.

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Let us help you plan the week ahead: We found 20 cool things to do in L.A.

L.A. State Historic Park In Chinatown To Reopen April 22

The L.A. State Historic Park will re-open to the public on April 22 after a years-long, $20 million renovation.

Three Iconic Sci-Fi Movies To Screen At Union Station

The three-part series will highlight the role of Los Angeles as a backdrop for many iconic sci-fi movies.

'The OA' And 'The Affair' Among Four TV Shows Relocating Production To California

A total of 11 series have relocated to California since the state's tax credit program was expanded in 2015.

Comic-Con To Get Its Own Museum In San Diego

The museum is slated to "provide a year-round interactive celebration of the innumerable aspects of popular art."

Map: Where To See Southern California's Super Bloom This Weekend

Your guide to the best spots in full bloom this weekend.

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