2 days ago | California
It's election season in California, and that means one thing: last-minute cramming. Voters are frantically trying to study 17 statewide ballot measures; pouring over the pros and cons of school construction bonds and marijuana legalization; and at...
6 days ago | Election
Richard Close is no fan of tax increases. The land use attorney is the longtime president of the Sherman Oaks homeowner's association and one of the leading voices of the "tax revolt" that brought us Proposition 13, the 1978 statewide ballot ...
10 days ago | Election
Hey all you Berniacs! Lovable socialist Bernie Sanders is in Los Angeles today, not to foment revolution, nor to stump for Hillary Clinton, nor to bask in our pleasant autumnal weather. Rather, the curmudgeonly senator from Vermont is here to stum...
14 days ago | Election
Mayor Eric Garcetti has taken a somewhat chill approach to his first four years in charge. Whereas his predecessor, Antonio Villaraigosa, was all big ideas bold visions, which more often than not ended in failure (like his gambit to take over the ...
17 days ago | Election
Ever since last Monday night's totally bonkers presidential debate at Hofstra University, there's been a near consensus that Hillary Clinton got a significant bounce in the polls, and is effectively in the lead. As I write this, the Real Clear Pol...
19 days ago
All but hidden in the mass of car dealerships in the bland part of Glendale lies Soccer Stores — or one of them, at least — part of a small Southern California chain. In this densely packed shop you'll find it all: the new Hypervenoms,...