City Council Unanimously Approves ’28 Olympics

LOS ANGELES — The City Council today unanimously approved a new memorandum of understanding and host city contract for the 2028 Olympics, despite lacking finalized figures about the costs and potential financial liabilities of...

Countdown Crossing May Soon Be Legal

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar voiced his support today for state legislation that would allow pedestrians to cross a street even if the crosswalk countdown has already begun. The current...

Sidewalk Repair Rebate Increased to $10k

LOS ANGELES — Starting on August 1, 2017, the City of Los Angeles’ “Safe Sidewalks LA” sidewalk repair program will increase the amount residential and commercial property owners can receive through the City’s Rebate...

Hollywood Sign Troubles Not Limited to Beachwood

HOLLYWOOD KNOLLS—While tourism at the entrance to Griffith Park at Beachwood Canyon Drive has grabbed many media headlines recently after the city closed a popular gate leading to the Hollywood Sign, another group of...

[MOTHER OF INVENTION] August Is the New September

About halfway through the summer, my kids started to do the math on how much vacation was left. My son estimated, “a month.” “No!” I said, in disbelief. “We have way more than that...

Skylight Theater’s The Devil’s Wife Pits Good vs. Evil

When you enter Skylight Theatre to see The Devil’s Wife, you know you’re in for an unusual theater experience. The Victorian set featuring antique furniture, flickering chandeliers, and an ornate central door creates an...

[HOUSE AND HOLMES] The Condition of Air

As a kid I played outside in the summer heat for hours, but now I insist on remaining cool at all times. I know, my kids never think that I am “cool,” but I...