Update: The National Weather Service has upgraded this to a "winter storm warning." First posted at 9:03 a.m. We hope you enjoyed that almost summer-like weekend. Early spring!, you exclaimed. Punxsutawney Phil is right, you yelled with joy. Not so fast. Winter is returning to Los Angeles with ... More >>
The art world sees a vibrant movement. Metro's cops see jail fodder.
See also: "The Los Angeles River Is A 'Navigable Waterway?' Indeed, According To The EPA." No more jokes about how the Los Angeles River is more just a soggy trash chute than a place of nature, OK? Got it? Because as of yesterday, according to Friends of the Los Angeles River, California Governor ... More >>
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Camron Stoneâ€‹Sit in a tree. Go to jail. That's how they roll in Arcadia. The "Arcadia 4" tree-sitters are having a press conference April 19 at 10 a.m., (Criminal Justice Center, 210 West Temple Street), where environmentalists John Quigley and Camron Stone, and actors Daryl Hannah and Ed Begl ... More >>
PHOTO BY TED SOQUILast Wednesday in Los AngelesUpdated after the jump: Here we go again. Pacific Coast Highway closes, the I-5 floods and more. Originally posted Dec. 28 at 8:30 a.m. We were gloating yesterday as the East Coast took a beating from the weather gods, but karma's a bitch: It's ... More >>
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