First, we blasted our Hollywood and record industry entertainment across the nation. Then our Mexicans went to exotic places like North Carolina to work the tobacco fields. Now L.A. is shipping its pets to far-off American destinations. Why? Because' we're idiots:
Will a 6-minute screen test save the worthy?
The grim tale of the severed human head that turned up near the Hollywood sign was already a full-length, stranger-than-fiction L.A. horror flick. Dog finds head; severed feet and hands show up nearby; skeezy paparazzi try to sell alleged pics of head for $5,000. But last night on Conan, of-the-mom ... More >>
In an effort to join the modern world, the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services is letting dog owners license their pets online -- finally joining pretty much every other major city in the U.S. L.A.'s troubled and problem-riddled Animal Services agency -- the big department has failed for yea ... More >>
OK Go's Tim Nordwind takes a canine pal for a spin on the set of "White Knuckles."When last we heard from OK Go, things weren't looking so hot. As the result of a bad bet officiated by Zach Galifianakis (never a good sign), drummer Dan Konopka had become property of a Muppet. Thankfully, it ... More >>
Logline for the proposed horror film, "Where To Spend New Year's Eve": Thousands of hallow-eyed would-be-revelers, in a desperate search for a party, comb the streets in their finest digs, racing against the stroke of midnight. This year, instead of staying home like a curmudgeon, or running aroun ... More >>
lazoo.orgIn its quest to stand up to a looming, $400 million budget deficit, the city will have to look seriously at the possibility of giving up its operation of the Zoo, the Convention Center and its animal shelters. The Los Angeles Daily News on Monday reports that giving up day-to-day c ... More >>
When does an animal rescuer need to be saved?
A true story of neighborly extremes