How residents unearthed 200,000 words of phony findings City Hall used to illegally approve a skyscraper at Hollywood and Gower
Do unproven groups and extremist Pamelyn Ferdin have City Hall's ear?
Simone WilsonElegant, if not harmoniousHollywood Patch opened its doors last Thursday -- hey guys! -- and we're not particularly surprised to see that editor Anna Bakalis' first story attempts to tackle the Hollywood Farmers Market vs. L.A. Film School beast. Its the latest in a line of many ... More >>
If you were an animal-rights advocate worried about the plight of cats and their claws, justice would be swift and City Hall would be at your service with a quick ban of declawing. But if, say, you lived next to a pot dispensary that did more business than a 7-Eleven (and that had shady chara ... More >>
How the potheads outwitted Antonio Villaraigosa and the L.A. City Council
Two fed up YouTubians embarrass a City Hall insider into demolishing a shocking hovel
How L.A. City Hall power was struck down by blogs and online social networks
David S. Freeman: City Hall "is capable of screwing up a two-car funeral"
Something was not quite right about Echo Park last week. Something was missing, the streets were not as gaudy as they should be, a gray tone had settled over Sunset Boulevard. It was the holiday decorations, I realized -- there weren't any. Usually the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park ... More >>
A few weeks ago, the LA Weekly first reported about Molasky Pacific, a Las Vegas-based real estate firm, selling its share of the old CBS TV-and-radio complex on Sunset Boulevard to Apollo Real Estate Advisors, a partner in the development project to build a 40-story skyscraper on the site. It was a ... More >>
A community thrown into shadow and vistas of the Hollywood sign could be destroyed
Ten years ago, City Hall created a dog park turned fecal pile. Now, nearby, city fathers want a "meadow"
Missing motives in L.A.ís pay-to-play scandal