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Santa Monica Pier

The ocean, amusement park rides, and people all in one place. What can get better than that? I’d never been to the Santa Monica Pier before, but it was well worth the headache of trying to find somewhere to park. 96 more words

Cherry Blossom Festival

These pictures were taken at the Los Angeles Cherry Blossom Festival. Lots of good people and lots of good food. And, of course, dogs. Because I can’t not take pictures of cute pets. 96 more words

L.A., long a destination for young people, is becoming increasingly out of reach, survey finds

Four years ago, Chelsea Lutz moved to Los Angeles from Cleveland to pursue a career writing and directing films.

“I needed a really cheap apartment,” she said. 38 more words

Survey Finds

White high schoolers on a quest to hear black jazz icon

By Richard Ades

La La Land was pelted with jokes galore for its alleged depiction of a white man who wanted to “save” jazz. Personally, I thought the attacks were unfair. 496 more words


Exploring Los Angeles

Los Angeles- there’s a certain energy about it that’s unique and always enticing. It’s about more than just the beautiful beaches which lay on its outskirts, it’s wide boulevards outlined with palm trees, the luxury of Beverly Hills that’s almost incomprehensible, and the grit and dust of the city which sprawls with seemingly unlimited people and opportunities. 2,225 more words

LAUSD Hosts First In Series Of School Safety Town Halls

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Teachers, parents, staff and students gathered Sunday for the first in a series of town hall meetings addressing school safety in the Los Angeles Unified School District. 268 more words

Los Angeles News

Shotime!: Ohtani Hurls 7 Superb Innings, Angels Beat A's 6-1

ANAHEIM (AP) — Shohei Ohtani retired the Oakland Athletics’ first 19 batters and yielded one hit over seven shutout innings in his home pitching debut, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 6-1 victory Sunday. 578 more words