We've done it twice, we can do it again.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa today said he put our hat in the ring for the 2024 Olympics. "I am pleased to confirm our enthusiastic interest in bidding to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games," he wrote to the U.S. Olympic Committee.
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Dennis RomeroColiseum commissioners Barry Sanders and Don Knabe.After the L.A. Coliseum Commission voted late Tuesday to accept the resignation of its CEO, Patrick Lynch, the body's top leader said he would vote against allowing the controversial Electric Daisy Carnival rave that sparked turm ... More >>
Timothy NorrisRavers.Raves, those late-night parties fueled by ecstasy and electronic dance music, have found some unlikely allies in L.A., including L.A. city Councilman Bernard Parks and city Recreation & Parks board president Barry Sanders.
Talk about your recreation. Last summer's Electr ... More >>
Electric Daisy Carnival.We reported how the Los Angeles Coliseum Commission made a sneaky move and voted to lift its temporary ban on raves earlier this month when no one was looking (and when some of its more rave-wary members were clearly unable to attend).
Well, the body on Wednesday gave ... More >>
Coliseum CommissionElectric Daisy Carnival brings big money to a public venue.Looks like the taxpayers might have been snookered on this one: The Los Angeles Coliseum Commission unexpectedly voted Wednesday to allow raves to be held at its venues -- the Coliseum and the Sports Arena included ... More >>
View photos from the mega-rave in the "Electric Daisy Carnival: 60 Most Memorable Moments" slideshow and "Electric Daisy Carnival: The greatest show on earth?" slideshow.
The president of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission has temporarily banned raves at the venue following the d ... More >>
A 15-year-old girl who attended an Exposition Park mega-rave died of a suspected drug overdose Tuesday, on a day when headlines were dedicated to mayoral and police concerns about the more than 200 medical emergencies and reported 65 arrests related to two-day event at the Los Angeles Memoria ... More >>
Shannon Cottrell Yesterday, the Trust for Public Land began covering the Hollywood Sign in an effort to save 138 acres to the left of the letter H from being transformed into yet another lot of luxury homes.