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The lawsuit claims the city used taxpayer money to carry out the illegal act of destroying public records.
Public information meeting August 28th.
A D.C. based transportation group says about $3,000 a year and 80 hours of lost time.
There are an incredible 20 Pokestops around Hancock Park.
Those opposed say they will fight project legally if necessary.
One storefront on Larchmont Boulevard is currently listing for nearly $8.50 a square foot. As such, some long timers are now leaving.
$1.2 billion homeless housing plan lacks crucial funding for social services.
Funding is being sought for a ¾ mile trail surrounding the Ford Theaters.
The revisions intend to close loopholes in the city’s current ordinances, which can sometimes actually encourage larger overall structures.
From the morning of July 16th to the morning of July 17th, Ledger contributing writer Michael Darling spent 24 hours at Canter’s Delicatessen to document a day in the life of Los Angeles’ landmark deli.
The planning commission placed a height limit of 150 feet for any proposed buildings.
One idea, which came from the trip, said Ryu, was the possibility to create scholarships for Los Angeles filmmakers.
Rachel York and Betty Buckley star in Grey Gardens at the Ahmanson Theatre.
'I wanted to write a mystery where instead of looking for a kidnapper or a serial killer,' said Meserve, 'we were looking for somebody who was doing good.'

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1st Amendment Coalition Files Lawsuit vs. City

The lawsuit claims the city used taxpayer money to carry out the illegal act of destroying public records.

City to Hold Hearings on New Zoning Proposal

Public information meeting August 28th.

What that Pothole Really Costs You

A D.C. based transportation group says about ,000 a year and 80 hours of lost time.

‘Gotcha!’ Journalism: A Local Pokemon Go Field Guide

There are an incredible 20 Pokestops around Hancock Park.

Correction: Gehry Project Gets Planning Commission OK

Those opposed say they will fight project legally if necessary.

Hearing Scheduled for Gehry Designed Complex

A hearing before the city’s planning commission is scheduled for July 28th regarding 8150 Sunset, a five-building, 334,000 square-foot residential and retail mixed-use complex (pictured above) proposed for Sunset and Crescent Heights boulevards. The...

Larchmont Rents Among L.A.’s Priciest

One storefront on Larchmont Boulevard is currently listing for nearly .50 a square foot. As such, some long timers are now leaving.

[ELECTION MEASURE ANALYSIS] Homeless Bond Half-Baked, Lacking Critical Services

.2 billion homeless housing plan lacks crucial funding for social services.

Ford Theatres Hitting the Hiking Trail

Funding is being sought for a ¾ mile trail surrounding the Ford Theaters.

City Tweaks “Mansionzation” Rules

The revisions intend to close loopholes in the city’s current ordinances, which can sometimes actually encourage larger overall structures.

Paramount Bows to Neighborhood Concerns

The planning commission placed a height limit of 150 feet for any proposed buildings.