Lucy’s El Adobe Cafe Heirs in Legal Battle

LOS ANGELES–The daughter of the late founders of the Hollywood landmark Lucy’s El Adobe Cafe alleges in court papers that her brother used their mother’s diminishing health and mental state to convince her to...

Bergins’ Boys

When the Los Angeles Rams take the field September 10th to kick off their second season back in the City of Angels, fans will be cheering all over town. However, the loudest roars will...

New Hollywood Plan Has Big Changes

After years without an update, a new community plan for Hollywood is in the works, which includes enforcing “mansionization” ordinances, creating a more pedestrian friendly stretch of Melrose Avenue between Highland Boulevard and Orlando...

Local Areas Outpacing City in Homeless Surge

Los Angeles City Council District 4 (CD4) outpaced the city in homeless population gains, according to data released in May by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The district, which includes the communities of...

Warriors Headed to National Tournament

Two Wilshire Warriors PONY League baseball teams are headed to New York this summer, one at the end of July and one in mid-August, where they will compete in the annual Tournament of Champions...

New Budget Targets Homelessness & Infrastructure

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s $9.2 billion city budget for fiscal year 2017-2017 and which the city council approved on May 18th, includes new funding from two critical measures approved by voters last November...

The Whispers in the Willows

In a sprawling, old house just south of Koreatown, a new immersive theater piece unfolds. A mere 18 audience members at a time are invited to have dinner with the Willows, a peculiar family...

Garcetti’s Gondola Fizzling?

BEACHWOOD CANYON—Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s idea for a gondola to shuttle tourists directly to the Hollywood Sign made big waves in local press in May, but since then, the idea appears to have...

City Finds Flaws in Trading Density for Affordable Housing

The issue of developers including affordable housing units in their projects in exchange for what some local residents feel are oversized, out-of-character-with-the-area luxury condos and apartments, has been front and center in the news...