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

Check out the awesomest events happening this weekend.

Op-Ed: Election Night Was The First Time I Felt Scared To Be An Immigrant In Los Angeles

Election Night started a clock in Los Angeles. Now, one woman feels like time is running out.

Paul Rust & Gillian Jacobs On The Challenges Of Relationships In 'Love' Season 2

While season one highlighted the reasons why the two leads were mismatched, season two has us wanting them to find happiness.

An Extremely Incomplete List Of L.A. Arts Organizations That Have Benefited From NEA Funding

A snapshot of the impact that NEA funding had on Los Angeles in fall 2015 alone.

Ten Things You May Not Know About Eagle Rock

What do Barack Obama, John Steinbeck, and teetotalers have to do with Eagle Rock?

Paul Rust & Gillian Jacobs On The Challenges Of Relationships In 'Love' Season 2

While season one highlighted the reasons why the two leads were mismatched, season two has us wanting them to find happiness.

L.A. Dominates Regional James Beard Noms But Remains Mostly Ignored In National Categories

Los Angeles claimed four of the six possible nominations in the Best Chef: West category.

Malibu Votes To Declare Itself A Sanctuary City

Martin Sheen spoke in favor of the proposal at a Malibu City Council meeting in December.

Tom Petty, Mumford & Sons And Weezer To Headline New Arroyo Seco Music Festival

The festival, which is organized by the team behind Coachella, will be held at the Rose Bowl.

Meet The Guy Who Catches 35-Pound Fish In MacArthur Park Lake

"That place holds huge fish. We don't catch anything under five pounds."

The Queen Mary Is In Such Bad Shape That It Could Sink

It could cost up to an estimated $289 million to make all the proper repairs.

'White Men Only': The Troubled Past Of Studio One, A Historic Gay Disco

The ongoing preservation efforts largely overlook Studio One’s racist past.

Runyon Canyon Park Scores An Additional 15 Acres Of Green Space

The park draws nearly 2 million visitors per year.

Environmental Activists Vandalize Trump Golf Course In Rancho Palos Verdes

The group of four activists carved the message into hole number 5.

Metro Gold Line Extension May Have Found Its New Route Through East L.A.

The extension proposal would run the Gold Line underground along Atlantic Boulevard.

19 Of The Coolest Events In L.A. This Week

Here are 19 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week.

$4.5 Million Worth Of Anastasia Beverly Hills Eye Shadow Stolen In L.A. Warehouse Heist

They made off with more than 100,000 eye shadow palettes.

Angelyne Wants To Bring Back Her Billboards, And You Could Be On One Of Them

We speak to Angelyne about her new crowdsourcing campaign, and how you can get your name on one of her billboards.

Has Los Angeles Reached Peak Speakeasy?

To find this article, follow the alley behind the building, tell the gorilla at the door the secret password, and enter the trick-door hidden in the bookshelf.

'Slimy, Foul-Smelling' Meat And Other Abuses Found At Orange County ICE Detention Center

A report from the Department of Homeland Security outlines the abuses at the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange, CA, a maximum-security prison that also houses ICE detainees.

One Of L.A.'s Oldest Neon Signs Will Be Re-Lit On Thursday

The sign used to sit on top of the Hotel Californian near MacArthur Park.

Fault Line Between L.A. And San Diego Could Produce 7.4 Quake, Says New Study

Researchers say that two fault lines in the area are actually connected to form one continuous fault system.

The 8 Best Places To Play Video Games And Pretend It's 1993 Again

From Asteroids to X-Men, all your old favorites are here.

Brie Larson's Refusal To Clap For Casey Affleck Wasn't An Accident

The actress refrained from clapping after handing Affleck his Oscar for Best Actor.

Prosecution And Defense Rest Their Cases In Baca Retrial

A former sheriff's official testified, saying Baca was aware of plans to undermine the FBI's investigation into county jails.

That Terrible NIMBY Ballot Measure Is Not Going To Pass, Thank God

Yes, we are talking about Measure S, which is now officially DOA.

Measure H Comes Back From The Brink To Tentatively Reach A Two-Thirds Majority

The proposed quarter-cent sales tax would fund anti-homelessness programs.

Garcetti And City Council Incumbents Won Big On Tuesday Night

All seven incumbent City Council members vying for reelection appear to have won their races outright.

Measure M Passes By Wide Margin, Allowing City To Regulate Marijuana Sales

Meanwhile, the competing Measure N was turned down by voters.

Photos: We Tried The Plant-Based Burger That 'Bleeds'

The "Impossible Burger," once only available during lunch hours, is now on the late-night menu at Crossroads.

Photos: Angelenos Rally Against The Deportation Of Father Detained By ICE

Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez was detained by ICE officials while dropping his daughters at school on Tuesday.

Photos: The Otherworldly Colors Of Venice's Mosaic Tile House

The house has been an ongoing art project since 1994.

Iconic, Long-Lost Mustang From 'Bullitt' Found In Mexican Scrapyard

The car was famously driven by Steve McQueen in the movie.

How CHIRLA Is Educating L.A.'s Undocumented Community About Their Rights

CHIRLA has been at the forefront of L.A.'s immigrant rights movement for more than 25 years.

Meet The Formerly Incarcerated Individuals Making A Thousand Phone Calls A Night For Local Ballot Measures

They've been working five nights a week for the past month to pass Measure H and stop Measure S.

Signs Designating "Future Internment Camp" Go Up At Empty Lots Nationwide

They're the work of street artist Plastic Jesus.

A Conversation With The Man Trying To Find Richard Simmons

Dan Taberski, creator of the "Missing Richard Simmons" podcast, speaks on his mission to find the fitness guru, who disappeared from the public eye.

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

Here are 20 fun things to do in L.A. this week.

1.2 Million Southern Californians Live Within The Pollution Zone Of A Freeway

Residences, schools, and workplaces within 500 feet of freeways and busy streets were most at risk.

Nine Of The Best Strip Mall Gems In L.A.

Strip malls are made up of more than just liquor stores and dry cleaners. Here are some of the best tucked away restaurants, coffee shops and dessert spots.

This Is What It's Like When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School

Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez, a 48-year-old father of four U.S.-born children, remains in detention.

An El Sereno Home Sold for Nearly $1 Million: What's in Store for This Eastside Neighborhood?

El Sereno has a history of fighting development, but some residents welcome the newcomers.

Photos: Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Is Back On The Market

Second star to the right and straight up the 101 freeway.

Weekend Planner: 13 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend. It's bigly. Believe me.

Snapchat Set To Price IPO At $17 A Share, Topping Expectations

Prepare for a bunch of newly minted millionaires on the streets of Venice.

YACHT Talks Sci-Fi, Performing A Live Score For 'Alien' At LACMA

It's part of the "Bring The Noise" series, where a movie's soundtrack is replaced by live music.

Oscars Accountants Won't Be Returning To Awards After Best Picture Mixup

Reports surfaced showing one of the accountants tweeting right before the mishap.

Historic Angels Flight To Reopen Labor Day 2017

The funicular has been grounded since 2013.

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

Here are 20 events to help plan your social life this month.

Oscars Mishap Accountant Who Tweeted During Show Was Told Not To Tweet During Show

"Tweeting right before the Best Picture category was announced was not something that should have happened."

The Strange Swag Stars Get From Award Show Gifting Suites

Every year, companies pay money to give away their products to the rich and famous.

Here's What's Coming To All The Streaming Platforms This March

Another month, another streaming guide…

One Of The Most Violent Police Shootouts In Modern American History Happened In L.A. 20 Years Ago

The shootout changed how the LAPD equips itself, and how the nation debates gun control.

Photos: Downtown's Notorious Hotel Cecil Granted Landmark Status

The creepy hotel was the real life inspiration for "American Horror Story: Hotel."

Iranian Filmmaker Asghar Farhadi's Oscar Was Accepted By The First Muslim Woman In Space

"If you go away from the Earth and look back at the Earth, you don't see any of the borders, any of the lines. You just see one whole beautiful Earth, and I think the reason that he selected the two of us was to basically convey that message."

Oscars Accountant Who Handed Warren Beatty Wrong Envelope Takes Down Backstage Tweets

PricewaterhouseCoopers partners Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz were the only two people who knew the Oscars results going into the ceremony.

The Battle Of Los Angeles: 75 Years Ago, L.A. Mistakenly Thought It Was Under Attack

Fear of a Japanese raid had been building since the attack on Pearl Harbor three months earlier.

20 Awesome Events Happening in Los Angeles This Week

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

Video: Conan O'Brien Tries To Get Mexicans To Pay For Trump's Wall

O'Brien and the show used an all-Mexican staff, crew, guests and studio audience for the filming of "Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico."

Who Will Win Big At The Oscars, According To Online Bookies

Spoiler alert: "La La Land" is a pretty safe bet.

City Leaders Demand That ICE Stop Identifying Themselves As 'Police'

Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Attorney Mike Feuer, and City Council President Herb Wesson made the statement in a letter.

A Brief Guide To This Year's L.A. Art Book Fair

There'll be books, guides on how to commit to resistance, musical performances, and even tattoos.

What Eliminating The National Endowment for The Arts Would Mean For L.A.

The federal agency may be small, but its impact on the city is immeasurable.

West Hollywood's Historic Sunset Tower Hotel Is Up For Sale

The controlling 80% share in the property will run you $100 million.

The Fight Over Measure S Ramps Up Two Weeks Before Vote

A round-up of recent developments in the heated debate over Measure S.

Video: Conan O'Brien Tries To Get Mexicans To Pay For Trump's Wall

O'Brien and the show used an all-Mexican staff, crew, guests and studio audience for the filming of "Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico."

A Bunch Of Artists Designed Posters Explaining Why Measure S Sucks

"All the language around [Measure S] is so wonky and urban planner-y, so we wanted designers to help tell a more emotional, resonant story."

A 22-Year-Old Los Angeles DACA-Recipient Is Being Held In ICE Custody

His attorney said that he has been unable to reach his client, who has been held for more than 10 days.

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

Here's what's happening this weekend in L.A. (besides the Spirit Awards and Oscars).

PSSST Gallery Closes In Boyle Heights Amid Anti-Gentrification Battle

The gallery presents themselves as a casualty of the activist battle underway in Boyle Heights.

New Immersive Play Makes You Pick A Side In The Battle For Oz

Part immersive theater and part alternate reality game, 'The Kansas Collection' takes you to a grim and gritty version of the Land of Oz.

Los Angeles Has The Worst Traffic On Earth...Literally

Angelenos lost about 104 hours to traffic in 2016.

Not My President's Day Protesters Rally At City Hall

The rally was part of similar rallies across the United States.

Damien Chazelle, Director Of 'La La Land', Gives His Take On L.A.

Chazelle is a New Jersey native who came to Los Angeles less than a decade ago.

Pre-Oscars Street Closures In Hollywood Ramp Up Sunday Night

Two movie premieres on March 1 and 2 will extend the closures' timeline.

We're Not Done With The Rain, Yet

A new storm is coming into the Southland tonight, and will stay through Tuesday.

Nearly 1-In-5 LAUSD Students Report They Have Been Bullied This School Year

And 43% report they have been cyber-bullied this school year.

Santa Monica Moves To End Relationship With Wells Fargo Over Dakota Access Pipeline

The city of West Hollywood is also looking to divest from the bank for similar reasons.

Manzanar To Host Art Shows, Archaeological Dig To Commemorate Anniversaries

The executive order that led to the internment of more than 100,000 Japanese Americans was signed 75 years ago.

Two Cars Consumed By Sinkhole In Studio City

Firefighters arrived to find a woman standing on top of her upside-down car, 10 feet below street level.

Protesters March From Pershing Square To City Hall In Support Of Immigration Rights

The march took aim at recent ICE raids and the Trump administration's stance on immigrants.

Desert Flowers Begin To Blossom In Joshua Tree National Park

The extent of the desert flower blossoms is expected to spread around the park in the coming weeks.

Maré Adds New Silver Lake Location, Brings Late-Night Bites

Bouillabaisse croquettes, chorizo focaccia, and pistachio rice balls are a few new items that are exclusive to the Silver Lake location.

Where To Stream (Most Of) This Year's Oscar Nominees

All from the comfort of your home!

Massive Immigration March Planned For Saturday

The rally comes as large scale ICE raids have swept the region.

Vendor Selling "Friends Of The Swastika" Shirts On USC Campus Asked To Leave

Some students got into a heated argument over the vendor's right to sell the shirt.

How "A Day Without Immigrants" Is Being Observed Around L.A.

Several restaurants are standing in solidarity with the strike.

WeHo Mayor Wants To Bar City From Doing Business With Trump

The mayor's proposed restrictions will also include reexamining the city's relationship with Wells Fargo bank.

Weekend Planner: 20 Cool Events Happening in Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend, rain be damned!

Totally Tubular: The Enduring Charm Of 'Valley Girl'

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

Totally Tubular: The Enduring Charm Of 'Valley Girl'

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

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