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8/14/2014

In this issue:

-Developers: No evidence of Hollywood Fault on site
-A comedy legend remembered
-’Bug bomb’ sets off small explosion in Hollywood
-Commission denies 8899 Beverly Blvd.
-Local productions get local love

 

8/7/2014

In this issue:

-Community spends a night out in unity against crime
-Near-drowning victims on life support
-Military school is gone but not forgotten
-Hollywood transient charged in Good Samaritan’s death
-International artists leave local impact

7/31/2014

In this issue:

-Angelenos apply for other-worldly experience 
-Obama calls for ‘economic patriotism’
-Police to offer reward to catch purse-packing bandit
-Olympic spirit still alive in Griffith Park
-Trenching completed at project site

7/24/2014

In this issue:

-Unrest in Mideast hits home in Los Angeles
-AHF mourns MH17 crash victims
-Medians make their debut on Larchmont Boulevard
-Steps taken to improve pedestrian safety
-Nelson Mandela Day celebrated in L.A.

7/17/2014

In this issue:

-Fallout from video of CHP beating continues
-Academy taps new museum director
-Help them help Hollywood’s homeless
-City attorney looks to halt marijuana farmers market
-Commission to mull WeHo condo project

 

7/10/2014

In this issue:

-Driver of stolen Tesla dies after crash on La Brea
-Advocates decry officer’s use of force
-Changes could be coming to city’s small lot ordinance
-Wilshire subway builders could be a trio
-USPS ships retail services to Doheny

 

7/3/2014

In this issue:

-Advocates fear Warner Bros. Theatre is at risk
-Community mourns Jewish teens
-City officials warming up to federal emissions goals
-Study aims to steer traffic improvements
-Newcomers overhaul CHNC board of directors

 

6/26/2014

In this issue:

-Movietown Plaza project ready for action in WeHo
-Page offers a new peek at the seeps
-LACMA’s bridge to the future
-Property owners bring improvements to Melrose
-Apartment fire claims life in Koreatown

 

6/19/2014

In this issue:

-City council salutes a ‘legend’ in politics
-Old school stores meet trendy shops
-Citizens weary of exorbitant parking fees
-New leadership coming soon to Mid-City West Council
-A taste of 3rd and Fairfax arrives at LAX

6/12/2014

In this issue:

-Rideshare services could have a bumpy road ahead
-Green program disrupted by vandals
-Volunteer’s memory lives on at Fairfax Branch Library
-Mountain lion shows signs of improvement
-Improvements coming down the road

 

6/05/2014

In this issue:

-Garcetti tours the Miracle Mile, CD4
-Let the runoffs begin
-Rideshare driver arrested for kidnapping woman
-School supporters protest Roberto Cavalli
-Feuer introduces new prosecutors

 

5/29/2014

In this issue:

-Center to take its next historic step
-Councilman looks to downsize ‘McMansions’
-Drought ramps up local fire concerns
-Mixed-use project proposal on Sunset honored by state
-WeHo primed for a month of PRIDE

 

5/22/2014

In this issue:

-Millennium project trenching begins
-Feds approve $2.1 billion for Purple Line project
-Suspect sought in second assault near Griffith Park
-Hollywood High goes down in history
-A slate of seats at stake in upcoming election

 

5/15/2014

In this issue:

-Geological study disputes agency’s seismic map
-How fast can you run the Miracle Mile?
-Signs to honor the ‘ultimate sacrifice’
-Judge dismisses fur ban lawsuit by Mayfair House
-LAPD detective dies in collision on Loma Vista

 

5/8/2014

In this issue:

-Beverly Hills Hotel boycott intensifies
-Los Angeles looks to buck Wall Street deals
-Fire destroys building in Hollywood
-Motherless daughters reach out to others for healing 
-WeHo Elementary ‘distinguished’ again

 

5/1/2014

In this issue:

-Tree planting pays tribute to ferry disaster victims
-Memorial unveiled for Nicholas Lee
-Family files claim against county sheriff’s department
-Five candidates vie for votes at forum
-Selma students shine on stage

 

4/24/2014

In this issue:

-City takes new route to Hollywood Sign
-PAL program packs a wallop
-Groups boycott ‘The Pink Palace’
-Accidental shooting probed in West Hollywood
-Council still seeking redevelopment funding

 

4/17/2014

In this issue:

-Injured cyclist prepares to ‘finish the ride’ he started
-Winkler mourned in Hollywood
-Nonprofit café to employ the previously homeless
-Map may rattle some WeHo projects
-City may develop seismic rating system

 

4/10/2014

In this issue:

-Wounded LAPD officer released from hospital
-Bill Clinton: Organize for tomorrow
-Ruling keeps subway project on track
-Officer-involved shooting leaves one suspect dead
-Vandals strike temple on Fairfax

 

4/3/2014

In this issue:

-Former Cedars-Sinai staffer under investigation
-CicLAvia isn’t reinventing the wheel
-Burglaries decrease at Park La Brea
-Court prohibits Prang’s use of ‘deputy assessor’
-Home sweet home for NCJW/LA

 

 

3/27/2014

In this issue:

-LAUSD nixes school relocation at Van Ness
-Biden: LGBT activists must not let up
-Community hopes to cut down tree plan
-Comedian faces sexual assault charges in Minn.
-Crowd roars at L.A. Political Roast

 

3/20/2014

In this issue:

-City officials working to comply with court ruling
-Discoveries could be the tip of the iceberg
-WeHo spa owner arrested in murder-for-hire-plot
-Preparedness seminar is spot-on
-U.S. government to keep its promise

 

3/13/2014

In this issue:

-Suspect arrested in 21012 Hollywood Hills murder
-City mourns officer Nicholas Lee
-Nostalgia lives on at Hollywood Forever
-More changes proposed for LAUSD special schools
-City takes new approach in dispensary crackdown

 

3/6/2014

In this issue:

-Runners have a legacy of longevity
-WeHo Council approves construction moratorium
-City council bans fracking practices in Los Angeles
-Kopay focuses on forward progress
-Los Angeles City Council approves e-cig regulations

 

2/27/2014

In this issue:

-Crossing guard deployed after tragedy near school
-Oscars bring boom time to Tinseltown
-Arizona gov. vetoes ‘anti-gay’ bill
-Prison pen pal arrested in former teacher’s death
-Council may clamp down on e-cigarettes

 

 

2/20/2014

In this issue:

-Council votes to rescind community plan update
-New shine coming to old L.A. gem
-Outreach workers facilitate youths’ long road home
-Local educator’s death ruled a homicide
-Hundreds rise in West Hollywood

 

2/13/2014

In this issue:

-LAUSD special education policy upheld in court
-Mother killed walking child to school
-Local streets identified as possible bike lane sites
-Taking the law into their own hands
-The new Hollywood transit fad?

 

2/6/2014

In this issue:

-Both sides satisfied with WeHo flag compromise
-L.A.’s own Sochi sweetheart
-Students aren’t under the weather at Pilgrim School
-LADOT meets community on People St
-U.S. Rep. Waxman calls it a career

 

 

1/30/2014

In this issue:

-Remembering Italian victims of the Holocaust
-Obama: 2014 to be a year of action
-Man dies in early morning fire on South Orange Drive
-WeHo rainbow flag’s fate up in the air
-Stage is set for Hollywood heydey

 

1/23/2014

In this issue:

-LAPD seeks suspect on the loose for two decades
-New home for Great Hall/Long Hall?
-Workers have a field day at Hollywood High School
-Walk of Fame repairs strolling along
-Metro breaks ground on BRT project

 

1/16/2014

In this issue:

-Officers look to take territory from taggers
-WeHo officials flag down officials
-L.A. heading to the promised zone
-California Geological Survey releases Hollywood fault map
-Petersen Museum planners press on

 

1/9/2014

In this issue:

-L.A. County Supervisors ‘seal’ fate with cross vote
-Special election to fill LaMotte seat
-Burger stand bounces back in West Hollywood
-Gas explosion rocks apartment building
-Officials surprised by Baca decision

 

 

1/2/2014

In this issue:

-Trial looming for accused West Hollywood arsonist
-Protesters rally to ‘save the halls’
-The new year to bring new work on Wilshire Boulevard
-Donate Life illuminates 125th Rose Parade
-Project to complement Dominguez-Wilshire

 

12/26/2013

In this issue:

-Police seek leads in office building burglary
-2013 proved lucky for the Miracle Mile
-New Year to kick off with a #Boom! in West Hollywood
-Love and support goes full circle at CHLA
-Ceremony is a first for parade

12/19/2013

In this issue:

-Happy 118th birthday, Griffith Park!
-Neighbors say coalition needs  a home
-Judge rules against city’s Hollywood Plan update
-Two houses provide a home at shelter
-A rocky road ahead in Hancock Park

12/12/2013

In this issue:

-Fault analysis to be published soon
-Burglaries decrease in Hancock Park
-Art works for L.A. students in transition
-City officials: E-cigarettes are still a route to cancer
-L.A. mourns for Nelson Mandela

 

12/5/2013

In this issue:

-Council votes to demolish Great Hall/Long Hall
-New Christmas digs for Delancey
-Idea for show is top dog
-Bus stop may make life easier for seniors
-Camden mixed-use project revived

 

 

11/28/2013

In this issue:

-Appeal filed in BWHA case
-Now that’s showing the holiday spirit
-L.A. Consumers warned about counterfeit products
-Anti-tobacco campaign urges break-ups
-Famine, not feast, for reform supporters

 

11/21/2013

In this issue:

-Median to get much-needed TLC
-Googie-style Johnie’s given green light
-Tower Records designation denied
-Lots of love for La Brea
-Project to ‘cap’ Larchmont Village

 

11/14/2013

In this issue:

-Parking districts proposed for the hills
-L.A helping from afar
-Protest calls for support for all veterans
-Street vending may be OK’d
-Burglary spree puts shops on high-alert

 

11/7/2013

In this issue:

-Responders honored for quick actions during fire
-Metro keeps rolling on subway work
-Controversy still smoldering over dispensary
-Death at WeHo Halloween Carnaval ruled an accident
-Calls to quiet helicopters continue to echo loudly

 

10/31/2013

In this issue:

-Motions counter LAUSD special education moves
-Tar Pits celebrate 100 years of digging
-Postal service eyes site for West Hollywood relocation
-Historic gas station may be repurposed
-100 years as a cultural resource

 

10/24/2013

In this issue:

-Council hits dead-end on web-based transit motion
-L.A. Aqueduct celebrates centennial
-The little arcade that could continues to motivate kids
-Sidewalk sales may cease after ban
-A dirty day on Formosa Avenue

 

10/17/2013

In this issue:

-The facade is gone, but the legal fight continues
-An unnerving drill for school staff
-City Attorney Mike Feuer puts teeth in Measure D
-Annenberg Center dedicated in Beverly Hills
-LAFD Chief Cummings to retire

 

 

10/10/2013

In this issue:

- Trolley systems may share the road
-No injuries reported in Park La Brea tower fire
-Reward offered in Hollywood hit and run
-Freeway park proposal ready to hit rush hour
-LAPD warns of increased burglaries

 

 

10/3/2013

In this issue:

- Elevator problems raise concerns at Park La Brea
-How significant will Johnie’s be?
-WeHo retailer files first legal action against fur ban
-Preventing bullying before it starts
-New proposal for Garden of Allah site

 

 

09/26/2013

In this issue:

- Millennium opponents file ethics complaint
-Police, residents team up against crime
-LAPD officers honored for their heroics and sacrifices
-Hollywood High School mixes it up
-Dodgers host LGBT Night Out

 

 

09/19/2013

In this issue:

- ‘Its a new day’ for L.A. City Attorney’s Office
-Crimes cause trying times in Tinseltown
-TARFEST to unearth city’s creativity this weekend
-Engine is revving on trolley proposal
-Museum to boast Broad appeal

 

09/12/2013

In this issue:

-City reaches settlement in Etz Chaim lawsuit
-Yellow brick road meets the red carpet
-Nonprofits break bread for the love of senior citizens
-Man killed in hit-and-run on Doheny
-Four walls and an acoustic guitar

 

09/05/2013

In this issue:

-Violent Labor Day in Hollywood
-Chocolate tub narrative offers sweet opportunity
-Prang hopes to reform assessor’s office
-Millennium Hollywood developers sued again
-L.A.’s gray days may be over

 

8/29/2013

In this issue:

-W Hotel files suit against Millennium developers
– LACMA envisions redesigned museum
-Possible dispensary on Larchmont sparks outrage
-Legislators flock to club’s first fundraiser
-Healthcare bill close to implementation

 

8/22/2013

In this issue:

-To Russia, with love
– Petersen puts the pedal to the metal
-L.A. Coroner says Hastings died of blunt force trauma
-Committee to review AB 109 inmates
-Keeping tabs on sift-story structures

8/15/2013

In this issue:

-Mike Feuer primed to tackled L.A.’s legal issues
– ‘Cuddling on required’ on PickUp Line
-LAUSD’s Deasy urges calm, courage for area educators
-Simple project, big results on Larchmont
-Youth scholars honored at The Grove

 

8/8/2013

In this issue:

-Local crime driven out at National Night Out
-Wallenberg was ‘once in a century’
-Rocking turnout for 2013′s Sunset Strip Music Festival
-Russian policies create a stir in L.A., WeHo
-Melrose Avenue BID approved

 

8/1/2013

In this issue:

-O’Farrell settling in as Hollywood councilman
-Murals may once again color the world
-First responders prepare for crisis in WeHo
-LAUSD prevents lay-offs for 2013-2014 school year
-Anyone up for a game of ‘Dodgebrawl?’

 

7/25/2013

In this issue:

-Council approves Millennium project
-Space fans do the wave at Griffith Observatory
-Two new towers proposed for Hollywood
-LAUSD special education plan under more scrutiny
-Prepare your eardrums for SSMF

7/18/2013

In this issue:

-Man killed after getting lost in Mid-City area
-As protests continue, so do arrests
-Shalhevet proposes new school facilities
-L.A. Superior Court judge dismisses BWHA lawsuit
-Firefighters suit up for ill children

 

7/11/2013

In this issue:

-Patrons rally to save Tom Bergin’s
-West Hollywood resident captures Flight 214 chaos
-Animal shelters swamped after holiday
-Proposed development knocked down six feet
-LaBonge  proposes ‘bike pool’ for city employees

 

7/4/2013

In this issue:

-Marriage resumes in West Hollywood
-Activists decry court’s Voting Rights Act ruling
-Tourist allegedly stabbed by transient
-If Millennium project site is unbuildable, who is at fault?
-Park opening lauded in East Hollywood

 

6/27/2013

In this issue:

-CicLAvia invades the Miracle Mile
-Love legalized in California after Prop. 8 decision
-Police ramp up patrols in Hollywood after stabbing
-Hollywood Walk of Fame inducts its 2,500th star
-Globetrotters bounce into Hollywood

 

6/20/2013

In this issue:

-USC’s Haden tackles job of athletic director
-Man killed in Highland Avenue crash
-Woman stabbed by transient near Hollywood & Highland
-Former Barney’s Beanery owner dies
-Latest DWP bill makes Mid-City resident see red

 

6/13/2013

In this issue:

-Metro brings community on board for subway plan
-CicLAvia to hit Miracle Mile in stride
-Man dies after stabbing at  Hollywood recycling center
-LAFD rescues animals in pet store fire
-Diver braves murky waters in search

 

6/6/2013

In this issue:

-An Apple a day improves learning
-Arson injures firefighters, displaces residents
-Life lessons learned in Varsity Games
-North La Brea Avenue to get touch-up in West Hollywood
-Teams face off against Alzheimer’s

 

5/30/2013

In this issue:

-Entertainment shuttle in West Hollywood is a go
-Among you could be the next Steve Jobs
-It’s ‘bug appetit’ at upgraded Ripley’s Believe It or Not
-Scouts reverse policy on gay youth
-’Fashion Police’ writers are unhappE!

 

5/23/2013

In this issue:

-L.A. chooses Garcetti
-Injured cyclist takes first step toward recovery
-Memories recorded at Capitol Records
-Attorney general, DAs team up to reduce gun violence
-Veterans’ protest is five  years running

 

 

5/16/2013

In this issue:

-A new era of leadership to commence
-Coalition is saving the arts, one benefit at a time
-Caruso: Businesses can transform L.A.
-Conviction announced in 2008 Melrose District stabbing
-A family reunion unlike any other

 

5/9/2013

In this issue:

-City officials determine gas leak to be methane
-Collision wipes out Miracle Mile sign
-Historic status for Plummer Park structure
-State Supreme Court opens door for marijuana bans
-Annenberg center poised for opening

 

5/2/2013

In this issue:

- 99 ways to leave a lasting legacy
-Rep. Waxman dishes on Congress’ current events
-Costumed characters spin a web of concern
-Candidates battle for Council District 13 nod
-Big helpers to come out for Big Sunday

 

4/25/2013

In this issue:

- A non-historic moment for Tower Records
-Who’s on first? An American hero
-Natural gas leak suspected near the La Brea Tar Pits
-BRT project to roll through Mid-City
-Frances Blend, Van Ness to merge

 

4/18/2013

In this issue:

- ‘Better safe than sorry’
-History, technology merge at IMAX
-Saving the honeybee is a sweet effort
-The night the lights went out in Hollywood
-A centennial celebration of firefighting service

 

4/11/2013

In this issue:

-Sphere to premiere at the Academy Museum
-Celebrating the summer of ’42′
-BWHA files anti-SLAPP motion in superior court
-’Go  Miss Miyaji! go Miss Miyaji!’
-Commission continues Tower Records decision

 

4/4/2013

In this issue:

-Improved safety comes at a cost in Windsor Square
-Renovated Dodger digs unveiled
-Lawsuit targeting BWHA delayed for one week
-Tragedy leads to life anew for donees
-Millennium project gets planning commission OK

 

3/28/2013

In this issue:

-Works of heart fill gallery
-Plaintiffs optimistic prior to hearing
-Councilman LaBonge roasted, bien cuit
-Book closed on Wesson’s all-digital library proposal
-Morning fire damages historic WeHo building

 

3/21/2013

In this issue:

-Center to become sanctuary for seniors
-Gang members arrested in Hollywood for extortion
-Young engineers build a better robot
-Bill could allow cities to party hearty until 4 a.m.
-Passover signals time for celebration

 

3/14/2013

In this issue:

-Historic Ebell receives first major renovations
-LACMA proposes MOCA merger
-Fate of music store goes round and round
-Key Club’s closure deemed the ‘end of an era’ in WeHo
-Capt. Fraser promoted

 

3/7/2013

In this issue:

-Group steps up to house the homeless
-Primary whittles down the candidates
-Special education move raises concern
-Mississippi child cured off HIV fosters hope locally
-Viewing elections from the inside-out

 

 

2/28/2013

In this issue:

-Sequester: Federal issue to have impacts locally
-Who is next to govern Los Angeles?
-Officials salute The Coronel
-Lions in Pursuit of city championship
-College project is nearly tuition-ready

 

2/21/2013

In this issue:

-Hollywood readies for its close-up
-West Hollywood rises on V-Day
-Signatures keep three out of local school board race
-City ordinance may curb L.A. prostitution
-Two candidates challenge Zimmer’s re-election bid

 

2/14/2013

In this issue:

-Fighting terrorism … in the courtroom
-Precautions taken for alleged cop killer Dorner
-Local Boy Scout troops earn equality badge
-It is home cooking for both play-off bound Fairfax teams
-Candidates offer their visions for WeHo

 

2/7/2013

In this issue:

-Towers may not be harmonious duet
-Fire, safety violations prompt criminal charges
-’Western Bandit’ resurfaces in Koreatown
-Until next time, Hollywood
-Nine candidates vie for WeHo council

 

1/31/2013

In this issue:

-Father G’s message tattooed on their hearts
-Immigration reform knocking on nation’s door
-Candidates address district’s woes at forum
-Signed, sealed and delivered
-Twelve is company in council race

 

1/24/2013

In this issue:

-Obama sends message of equality
-Family denounces TMZ video showing son’s murder
-Students are rock stars on the Sunset Strip
-Roe V. Wade, 40 years later
-Kuehl seeks Yaroslavsky’s seat

 

1/24/2013

In this issue:

-Obama sends message of equality
-Family denounces TMZ video showing son’s murder
-Students are rock stars on the Sunset Strip
-Roe V. Wade, 40 years later
-Kuehl seeks Yaroslavsky’s seat

 

1/17/2013

In this issue:

-Famed theatre cements Chinese roots
-Multiple pot initiatives reach May 21 ballot
-Huell Howser remembered at sunset tribute
-A personal perspective on mass shootings in the U.S.
-Candidates spar at city attorney debate

 

1/10/2013

In this issue:

-Patrols increase at LAUSD schools
-Complaint filed against BWHA claims settlement missing in tax returns
-A piece of California gold remembered
-L.A. mayoral candidates square off — in Beverly Hills
-Residents outraged over animal cruelty incident

 

1/3/2013

In this issue:

-Fiscal cliff averted, deal reached
-Food with a redeeming quality
-Police search for items stolen in church burglary
-Mid-City West to Review La Cienega project
-Anthem move may affect HIV treatments

 

12/27/2012

In this issue:

-Looking back on 2012
-Beverly-Wilshire Homes Association faces lawsuit
-Snow brings holiday fun to Olympic Division
-State denies funding for Plummer Park
-WeHo charges ahead with electric cars

 

12/20/2012

In this issue:

-History resonates at Pro Drum Shop 
-Connecticut shooting prompts LAPD response
-For whom the lanes toll
-Business-savvy students showcase ideas
-Arrest made in Wilshire bomb threat

 

12/13/2012

In this issue:

-Eye to eye with the Hollywood Sign 
-U.S. teetering on the edge of fiscal cliff
-Prop 8′s fate in the Supreme Court’s hands
-Mike Feuer released, ready to return to campaign efforts
-Spartacus to battle Romans in Burbank

 

12/6/2012

In this issue:

-Court still pondering Prop. 8 
-From substances to sustenance
-Bloom wins Assembly’s 50th District
-Healing and history at Hancock Park School
-Feuer hospitalized after serious car collision

 

11/29/2012

In this issue:

-Locals experience Gaza conflict
-Forget-Me-Not, says Wattles Park patrons
-Observance of ‘AIDS at 31′ on Saturday
– Warm your hearth with the environment in mind
-Indie films get new screen

 

11/22/2012

In this issue:

-LGBT youth give thanks for support
-Experiencing homelessness
-Few ballots cast in Mid-City West Election
– HIV/AIDS testing may become more routine
-Centurions go long for children’s center

 

11/15/2012

In this issue:

-Mayor digs in for long haul on subway
-Veterans reach home at Dodger Stadium
-Students salute heroes at WeHo Elementary School
– ‘Meatless Mondays’ idea could be hard to digest
-Term limits likely to go to voters

 

11/8/2012

In this issue:

-Local incumbents fare well in 2012
-Transportation measure fails, but Prop. 30 passes
-Rerouted: WeHo post office may move
-Ad is ‘not an optical illusion’
-First-timer casts ballot for Obama

 

11/1/2012

In this issue:

-Let the voting begin
-LAFD deployed to East Coast
-Fairfax changes its tune with new band director
-Passengers get ‘E-ticket’ ride in limo
-Waxman focuses on healthcare, senior issues

 

10/25/2012

In this issue:

-Students say iCan with iPads
-Mid-City West council’s election remains on track
-Disabled woman dies in fall on escalator
-Congresswoman hopes to build on first term success
-Free ride may end soon at WeHo meters

 

10/18/2012

In this issue:

-Cyber-bullying corrupts students at a young age
-BLVD6200 breaks ground in Hollywood
-County Assessor Noguez arrested for bribery
-Fairfax Lions face the music, playoffs a stretch
-Local photographers stretch their ‘Imagina10n’ in contest

 

10/11/2012

In this issue:

-Obama circles the troops in L.A.
-So whose canvas is it?
-Short-term effort eyeing long-term change
-Local money flows into river revitalization project
-Budding filmmakers find creative space at PAH Fest

 

10/4/2012

In this issue:

-Yet another starlet getting work done
-GLAZA ceases bid to privately manage zoo
-Project to turn up heat at Hollywood pool
-LA Weekly owner parts ways with Backpage.com
-Councilman Alarcon and wife to stand trial for fraud

 

9/27/2012

In this issue:

-Feds crack down on pot dispensaries
-And we have touchdown!
-Mayoral candidates offer visions of L.A.’s future
-Rosewood rocks with donated instruments
-LAPD Wilshire Division aims for community outreach

 

9/20/2012

In this issue:

-Movie museum may get green light
-Stars undergo facelift on Hollywood Walk of Fame
-New battalion chief builds relationships
-Local Democrats rally against Romney, 47 percent comment
-Vin Scully: The best there ever was or will be

 

9/13/2012

In this issue:

-Another day, another medical marijuana ruling
-LAFD pays tribute to the fallen
-A reprieve from potholes
-Eight arrested in Hollywood robberies
-Waxman’s congressional plate is full

 

9/6/2012

In this issue:

-Rain can’t dampen DNC excitement
-Fairfax Lions to roar in first game on new field
-Sunset Lanai exposes cloudy issue in WeHo
-From Park La Brea to the Philippines
-Victims in Highland Ave. collision remembered

 

8/30/2012

In this issue:

-Augusta’s move may open doors locally
-Snuffing out tobacco sales to minors
-Redistricting may force Bass to move office
-Mother and two daughters killed in Hollywood crash
-City ponders next move with controversial mural

 

8/23/2012

In this issue:

-A religion of peace and respect
-WeHo Council denies project at former Tower Records site
-Wilshire repaving may get pushed back to September
-Archer takes aim at 2016 Olympic Games
-Syphilis outbreak adds urgency to condom initiative

 

8/16/2012

In this issue:

-L.A. Weekly lawyer acknowledges sex trafficking ads appear on website
-Strange fire erupts near Odd Future store
-Panel aims for renewed assault weapons ban
-W. Hollywood activists want voters to impose term limits
-Mountain lion prowls Griffith Park

 

8/9/2012

In this issue:

-Prop. 8 saga may end in Supreme Court
-WeHo Bans single-use shopping bags
-A ‘Night Out’ in the park
-Collision prompts calls for safety measures
-State finds hidden surplus was confined to parks department

 

8/2/2012

In this issue:

-Feathers fly in Chick-fil-A debate
-Councilmen take campaign donations from dispensaries
-Remembering the Munich Massacre
-Koreatown activists claim redistricting was biased
-Feuer pushes bills forward in final Assembly session

 

7/26/2012

In this issue:

-Catching Up With Krayzelburg
-City Council bans pot dispensaries
-Stoking the Olympic Flame
-LA84 continues legacy of Olympic Games
-Supervisors delay vote on term limit extension

 

7/19/2012

In this issue:

-Holocaust rescuer receives honor
-Group takes stand against online child prostitution
-Wilshire Bl. to be paved sooner than expected
-DONE leader steps down
-Commission orders Expo Line repairs

 

7/12/2012

In this issue:

-Adult film condom law headed for ballot
-Splish splash!
-Father files civil suit in Kelly Thomas beating
-Campaign aims to open America’s doors
-Pedestrian is struck at 6th and Hauser

 

7/5/2012

In this issue:

-Supreme Court’s Healthcare Decision Lauded in L.A.
-City May Come Alive With Mural Art
-Fairfax Theatre Project, Take Two
-Effectiveness of Neighborhood Councils is Tough to Gauge
-Communities Rally to Keep State Parks Open

6/28/2012

In this issue:

-Zoo Mourns Death of Baby Chimpanzee
-New Crosswalk is Music to Pedestrians’ Ears
-Kids Can Still Count on March of Dimes
-Bell May Toll for LAUSD After-School Programs
-Council Studies Future of City Hall, Sheriff’s Station

 

6/21/2012

In this issue:

-Council Approves Plan for Hollywood Development
-Cedars Bridges Gap in Expansion Project
-Wattles Mansion Gardens to Bloom Yet Again
-Fairfax Grads to Keep the ‘Pride’ in Mind
-Faith Transcends Denomination at WeHo Church

 

6/14/2012

In this issue:

-Dolby Theatre Debuts in Hollywood
-Council Hopes to Stop Illegal Valet Operations
-LGBT Youth Still Troubled Despite Gains
-Hollywood Community Plan: Boon or Bust?
-Officers Keep Athletic Spirit Burning at Special Olympics

 

6/7/2012

In this issue:

-New Fire Station Serves the Heart of Hollywood
-Burroughs Brings Home the Gold
-Primary Sets the Stage for November Run-offs
-District Shift Bodes Well for Schiff
-Elementary Students Get Lesson in Elections

 

5/31/2012

In this issue:

-99 Ways to Fuel the Imagination
-Council Moves Ahead With Ban on Medical Pot Shops
-New Law Could Pierce Body Art Industry
-Voters Prepare to Head to the Polls in Primary Races
-Pursuing the Positives of Peer Pressure

 

5/24/2012

In this issue:

-Paper, Not Plastic
-Published Authors at 13
-Mid-City West Council Elects PLUC Committee
-Firefighter Thanks His Lucky Scars
-Projects are Prelude to Professional Filming

 

5/17/2012

In this issue:

-A High Reward for a High Risk Job
-Sierra Club Strikes Out at Ball Park Plan
-Beware of the ‘Rampture’ This Summer
-NCJW/LA Mobilizes Troops in ‘War on Women’
-Obama Marriage Equality Stance Lauded in WeHo

5/10/2012

In this issue:

-Arrest Quietly Made in 2009 Stabbing Murder
-Honoring the Greatest Sacrifice
-Curtain to Rise on ‘Outdoor Oscars’
-Mr. Postman, Can You Take My Donation?
-Walking the Line

5/3/2012

In this issue:

-Oscars to Remain in Hollywood
-Eminent Domain Didn’t Send Bernard’s Packing
-May Day Protestors Call for Immigration Rights
-Rush Hour Really Pushes Their Buttons

 

4/26/2012

In this issue:

-Protesters Call for Genocide Recognition
-Metro May OK Subway Stop More to LACMA’s Liking
-Dispute Could Slow Emergency Flights
-Former LAPD Chief Offers Take on L.A. Riots

 

4/19/2012

In this issue:

-Council Finds Funds to Fill Wilshire Potholes
-Hitler’s California Connection
-Football Team Scores With New Locker
-Fans to Wax Nostalgic on Record Store Day

 

4/12/2012

In this issue:

-Hollywood Farmers’ Market CEO Calls Ouster ‘Rash”
-Recalling Some of L.A.’s Darkest Days
-Anti-Semitic Gesture Thrown at City Council
-Suit Filed on Stabbing Victim’s Behalf Dismissed

4/5/2012

In this issue:

-Food Trucks Occupy Too Much ‘Space’
-WeHo Council Denies Tower Records Project
-Water Main Ruptures Cause River on 3rd St.
-Subway Extension May Leave Galleries Hanging
-Historic West Hollywood Studio Fades to Black

 

3/29/2012

In this issue:

-On Top of Tinseltown
-Sprucing Up Griffith Park’s Fern Dell
-Spontaneous Composition
-Dodgers Announce Magic New Ownership Deal
-Council President Wesson is Main Course at Roast

3/22/2012

In this issue:

-A Duo of Difficult Decisions
-Wilshire Subway Stations Unveiled
-Korean Group Threatens Lawsuit
-Attacks in France Concern Local Jewish Community
-Tsunami Survivors Welcomed at Chavez Ravine

 

3/15/2012

In this issue:

-Discontent in Koreatown
-Dance Dance Evolution
-Mid-City West Disbands Land Use Committee
-Going Up In Hollywood, 23 Stories
-Fairfax Principal Retires After Six Years at Campus

3/8/2012

In this issue:

-Protesters Denounce SAG/AFTRA Merger
-Wilshire Boulevard: Iconic Yet Bumpy
-Preserved Like King Tut
-Thanks to CRA/LA, This Gable Lives On
-Project to Bring Housing to Former Fairfax Theatre

 

3/1/2012

In this issue:

-From Crime and Grime to Wine and Dine
-Lady Lions Can’t be Tamed
-Leaving a Lasting Legacy
-Final District Maps Sent to City Council
-Caruso, Torre Withdraw Bids to Buy Dodgers

 

2/23/2012

In this issue:

-Academy Awards Show Goes on Without Kodak
-Competing for Lunch Money
-Lawsuit Filed to Block SAG/AFTRA Merger
-Miracle Mile Redrawn into 4th District
-Wesson Faces Plenty of New Issues as Council President

 

2/16/2012

In this issue:

-Students Build Their Vision of WeHo
-District Delays Drastic Cuts to Education
-Pawnbroker Named Education Hero
-Feuer Officially Announces Bid for City Attorney
-Go Ahead and Go Long: Frisbees, Footballs OK

 

2/9/2012

In this issue:

-Suspect in Wilshire Standoff Surrenders to SWAT Team
-Prop. 8 Decision Hailed in WeHo
-Congressman Waxman Seeks Broadband Public Safety Net
-Fairfax B-Ball Teams Primed for Playoffs
-Hearings Held on LAUSD Redistricting

 

2/2/2012

In this issue:

-’The Oscars Belong in Hollywood’
-Redistricting Maps Could Change Political Landscape
-L.A. is Canvas for the Artist
-Controversy Skews AD 50 Endorsement Meeting
-Garcetti Outlines Hollywood’s Challenges in 2012

1/26/2012

In this issue:

-Demonstrators Denounce Jail Expansion
-Police Still Searching for Clues in Beheading
-Bidders are On Deck to Purchase Dodgers
-Gardner Elementary Boosts Music IQs
-Hollywood Arson Suspect Faces Nearly 100 felonies

 

1/19/2012

In this issue:

-Int. Sec. Vows to Bring River Back to L.A.
-Cops Seek Clues After Body Parts are Found
-Bass, Waxman Make Early Bids for Reelection
-New Center Provides Help, Hope to Hollywood Families
-Park Department is Next Group to Occupy City Hall

 

1/12/2012

In this issue:

-Council Approves Law on Condom Use in Adult Films
-Trophy Business is a Golden Opportunity
-Veteran Walks Four States to Help the Homeless
-Redistricting Shapes the Future of Districts
-City May Close Yucca to Through Traffic

 

1/5/2012

In this issue:

-Bowl Teams Show Kids They’re Winners
-Suspect Charged for Arson Spree in Hollywood, WeHo
-Ruling Could Spell the End for CRA/LA
-Patio Smoking Ban Helps Diners Breathe Easier
-Freeway Park Project Still Rolling Along

 

12/29/2011

In this issue:

-2011: Year in the Queue
-Float Honors AIDS Pioneer
-New Year, New Legislation
-Plummer Park Plan, 2.0
-WeHo Prepares for MLK Day of Service

 

12/22/2011

In this issue:

-Jingle All the Way, 24/7, 365
-Hollywood Gets Ready for a Major Makeover
-Happy Birthday, Griffith Park!
-Kim Jong-il’s Death Brings Uncertainty for Korean Americans
-’Sycamore Chateau’ Designated Historic

 

12/15/2011

In this issue:

-Santa Shares Gifts at Children’s Hospital
-Shoppers Asked to Stop Using Single-Use Bags
-Cops’ Personal Records Leaked on the Internet
-Mid City West Gets Rolling With Trolley
-’The Mouse that Roared’

 

12/8/2011

In this issue:

-’Can I Read With Harry?’
-Post Office May Close Branches to Avoid Cuts
-Operation Holiday Spreads Cheer to Troops
-A New Occupation
-WeHo Council Moves Forward to Make Cycling Safer

 

12/1/2011

In this issue:

-Local Ballerinas on Point(e)
-Project to Give a Step Up to Hollywood’s Homeless
-Occupy LA Demonstrators Cleared From City Hall Park
-Dream Hotel Project Close to Coming True
-An End of an Era: Margie Petersen Dies at 76

 

11/24/2011

In this issue:

-Thank You, Community Helpers
-State to Replace Adult Day Health Care Programs
-Wesson Elected as City Council President
-FAIR Act Opponents Still Trying to ‘STOP SB48′
-Suspect Sought in Murder of Transgender Victim

 

11/17/2011

In this issue:

-Project Keeps Oil and Tar Out of Storm Drains
-Hey! Teacher! Teach Those Kids Some Songs
-Bill to Repeal DOMA Passes Senate Judiciary Committee
-Real American Stories
-Coda Brings 220 New Jobs to Fairfax Ave.

 

11/10/2011

In this issue:

-Honoring a Navy Veteran 65 Years Later
-WeHo Fur Ban Gets a Face Lift
-City Puts Teeth Into Barking Law
-Protesters Occupy Plummer Park to Oppose Remodel
-Martial Artists Bring Swift End to Hotel Robbery

 

11/3/2011

In this issue:

-Blowtorch Starts Blaze at Magic Castle
-WeHo Council Considers Expansion of Fur Ban
-Paramount Pictures Lays Off 120 Workers
-Now Reporting from the Miracle Mile
-Cut to Adult Day Care Could Force Closures

10/27/2011

In this issue:

-Prop. 8 Opponents Won’t Challenge Law on Ballot
-Fire Foundation Comes to the Rescue
-AHF Hollers for Obama’s Ear
-Gaining Ground on Graffiti
-Start of Plummer Park Remodel Moves Closer

 

10/20/2011

In this issue:

-Community Cheers Soldier’s Homecoming
-Bill Could Mean Bigger Hay Day for Payday Loans
-Opposition Surfaces to Olympic Blvd. Project
-Residents Turn to Garcetti to Mend Fences
-WeHo Seeks Input on City’s Automated Garage

 

10/13/2011

In this issue:

-Residents Make Last Ditch Effort to Alter Park Plan
-Occupy LA Gives Power to the People
-Educators Surprised With Academic Awards
-99 Cents Only Stores are Sold for $1.6 Billion
-Stabbing Prompts LAUSD to Address Dating Violence

 

10/6/2011

In this issue:

-WeHo’s Main Street One of America’s Best
-Council Takes Some Bite Out of Fur Ban 
-Streamlining the Pipeline
-LGBT Group Fights Bid to Block FAIR Act in Schools
-Project to Bring Affordable Housing to La Brea

 

9/29/2011

In this issue:

-Obama Appeals for Support in 2012
-WeHo Library to Open Amid Much Fanfare 
-Establishing Order in the Wild West
-Community Steps Up to Help Homeless Students
-Benefactors Honored for Saving Cahuenga Peak

9/22/2011

In this issue:

-Fear of Serving Openly Comes to an End
-Traffic to Hollywood Sign Angers Hillside Residents 
-City Attorney Sets Sights on Skytag
-Project at Tower Records Still Needs Work
-WeHo Council Approves Nation’s First Fur Ban

 

9/15/2011

In this issue:

-They’re Not in Kansas Anymore
-Jewish Federation Calls on Faithful to Serve 
-Feuer Plans Run for City Attorney
-Hyatt Hotel Workers Demand Better Treatment
-Garcetti Announces Bid for 2013 Mayoral Race

 

9/8/2011

In this issue:

-’It’s There Every Single Day’
-Plastic Bag Ban Not Enough for Councilman
-Residents Draw Lines Over ‘McMansions’
-Laurel School Starts New Year With Visit by Superintendent
-Feuer Insurance Bill Hits Snag in Legislature

 

9/1/2011

In this issue:

-Hit & Run Victim Pleads for Help
-Supervisors Wrestle Over Redistricting Maps
-Olympia Hopes Project Brightens Area
-Taggers Skee-daddlee on Cahunega
-L.A. Greek Fest Takes a Sabbatical

 

8/25/2011

In this issue:

-Protesters Denounce Amazon Dam
-Tour Bus Code of Conduct
-New Haven for Hollywood Kids Opens
-Suspect Arrested in Murder on Red Line in Hollywood
-Council Tags Graffiti Kit as ‘Inappropriate’

 

8/18/2011

In this issue:

-Understanding the Unimaginable
-’McMansions’ Turn Into Hot Issue in Beverlywood
-Police Weigh Options to Control Flashmobs
-New Political Maps Now Official
-’Historic Boystown’ Still on the Table

 

8/11/2011

In this issue:

-Kayakers Splash Down in L.A. River
-Council to Decide Future of Former Tower Records Site
-Osborn Secures Support for Assembly Bid
-City Backs Motion to Repeal Defense of Marriage Act
-Police Release Sketch of Rape Suspect

 

8/4/2011

In this issue:

-Residents Unite in Fight Against Crime
-Prang Suspends Bid for State Assembly District
-City Slams the Brakes on Red-Light Cameras
-Tweet Causes Near-Riot on Hollywood Boulevard
-WeHo Recognized as ‘Most Walkable City’

 

7/28/2011

In this issue:

-Dodgers Give Kids and Field of Their Dreams
-Governor Helps Students Realize Dream of College
-Shepard Fairey Mural Creates Hope for Bright Future
-Redistricting Concerns Local Jewish Community
-WeHo Recognized as ‘Most Walkable City’

 

7/21/2011

In this issue:

-LGBT Leaders Earn Their PLace in History
-Day Laborers at DWP Site Considered a ‘Sensitive Issue’
-Boys & girls Club Offers Summer Fun
-WeHo Wants New Fees on Sunset Strip Billboards
-Hollywood Farmers Market to Remain on Ivar

 

7/14/2011

In this issue:

-Can Soda Sales Save Newsstands?
-Sidewalk Sales Cause Crowded Conditions
-CEQA Lawsuits Can be Last Line of Defense
-80 Years of Canter’s Corned Beef
-Federation Celebrates Jewish Ideas

7/7/2011

In this issue:

-More LAUSD Jobs on Chopping Block
-County Renews Commitment to Reduce Gang Violence
-Craft Brewers Hopped Up for Summer
-Same-Sex Couples Applaud New York Marriage Ruling
-Concerns Over Public Transit Voiced at Forum

6/30/2011

In this issue:

-New Rules Combat Bandit Taxis
-Hot Dog! It’s 4th of July
-CEQA Lawsuits Delay Projects in Hollywood
-Terminally Ill Teens Enjoy a Special Prom
-Residents Urged to Use Locally Grown Foods

 

6/23/2011

In this issue:

-Testing Urged in Fight Against AIDS
-Mayor Get Approval for Wall at Getty House
-LACMA Transports 340-Ton Boulder
-WeHo Boosts Living Wage Ordinance
-Forum Focuses on Hollywood Economy

 

6/16/2011

In this issue:

-Book Not Closed on Job Cuts
-Fairfax Lions Will Show Their Pride on New Field
-Bus-Only Lanes Approved for Wilshire Boulevard
-Time Stays Locked in a Bottle
-Father G and t˙e Homeboys Extend Their Reach to City Hall

 

6/9/2011

In this issue:

-Vigil Marks Anniversary of AIDS
-Fairfax May Lose Beloved Music Director
-CRA LEnds a Hand in Fixing Up Hollywood
-Prang Throws Hat in Ring for 42nd District Election
-City Donates Fire Equipment to Sister City

 

6/2/2011

In this issue:

-30th Anniversary of AIDs Observed
-Academy Museum Still on the Drawing Board
-Coalition Hopes to Save the Arts at Schools
-Public Gets Second Chance to Weigh In on Autry Project
-Cross-Country Ride Spotlights Electric Vehicles

 

5/26/2011

In this issue:

-WeHo Walgreens Project Hits Another Snag
-Teachers Rally Over Proposed Layoffs
-Sophia’s Moving Story of Hope
-Fasten Your Seatbelts, It’s Memorial Day
-Apartments Evaluated as Historic Property

 

5/19/2011

In this issue:

-Cyclists Plan Two-Wheeled Commute
-Hollywood Makes ‘Capitol’ Improvements
-Cops and Community Unite Against Crime
-Los Feliz Boulevard Not ‘For Sale’
-Caruso Outlines His Vision for Los Angeles

 

5/12/2011

In this issue:

-The Homeless Get a Helping Hand
-Fairfax High Feels the Pain of District Budget Cuts
-Four Arrests Made in Murder on La Brea
-Council Wants DWP to Revamp Billing Policies
-Developer Gives $1 Million for WeHo Library

 

5/5/2011

In this issue:

-Studio Shines Spotlight on School Projects
-Hollywood Back Alley Brought to the Forefront
-’Possibly the Most Successful Hollywood Opening of 1957′
-Automated Parking System Approved at WeHo City Hall
-Negotiations Continue Over Hollywood Farmers Market

 

4/28/2011

In this issue:

-2012 Campaign Barrels Through L.A.
-Summit Offers Fresh Ideas for Landing a Job
-Club Punches Out Childhood Obesity
-New Mayor Takes the Helm on WeHo Council
-Extra! Extra!

 

4/21/2011

In this issue:

-Yaroslavsky Visits Nigeria to Observe Election
-Tagging Leaves a Black Mark on Local Area
-Students Catch the Bus to Careers in the Arts
-Medians Will Provide Green Oasis in Urban Setting
-Hwd. Farmers’ Market Gets One Month Extension

 

4/14/2011

In this issue:

-WeHo Weighs ‘Boystown’ Designation
-A Tree Grows in Hancock Park
-The Show Will Go On at Hollywood Farmers Market
-Survey Says, ‘Clean Up the Streets’
-Meth Use on the Rise Among Gay Men, CDC Reports

 

4/7/2011

In this issue:

-Students Lobby for an End to Bullying
-Request for Hotel Helipad Grounded
-Partial Repaving on Wilshire Plugs Some Holes
-Japan Disaster Raises Awareness for Earthquake Preparedness Month

-First Trains to Roll Down Tracks in Expo Line Tests

 

3/31/2011

In this issue:

-Horse Patrol is Throwback to Old West
-Officials Fear Bath Salts May be Next Drug Craze
-Fitness Scores Show Students Need Work
-Converted Trash Barrels Help Residents Harvest Water

-No Agreement Yet on Hollywood Farmers’ Market

 

3/24/2011

In this issue:

-Protesters Call for an End to Wars
-City Hits Bumpy Ride in Funding Alley Repairs
-Put Another Candle on the Healthcare Act
-Mayor Sees Bright Future Along the Miracle Mile
-Bus Line Changes Designed to Boost Efficiency

 

3/17/2011

In this issue:

-Protesters Voice Anger Over Pink Slips
-Local Groups Come to Aid of Quake Victims in Japan
-Stage Set for Upgrades to Fairfax Auditorium
-Runners Hit the Streets for Charity in L.A. Marathon
-Party Buses in Hollywood Continue to Cause Concern

 

3/10/2011

In this issue:

-Most Local Incumbents Sail to Victory
-Banner Defaced in Battle for Marriage Equality
-A Mother’s Love Knows No Boundaries
-Smartphone Program Aims to Catch Taggers Red-Handed
-New Caruso Project Begins on Burton Way

 

3/3/2011

In this issue:

-Officials Set Sights on Gun Clip Ban
-Plan Will Add 1,600 Miles of New Bike Lanes
-Buck-a-Pack Tax Could Fund Cancer Research
-Libraries, Medical Pot Tax Top List of Ballot Measures
-Barnsdall Park in Hollywood Remains Under City Control

 

2/24/2011

In this issue:

-Mayor Wants Wall Built at Getty House
-Daggers Fly at 4th District Council Forum
-Motion on Fur Pulled Amid Criticism
-Congresswoman Bass Outlines Freshman Year Goals
-WeHo Begins Process to Ban Plastic Shopping Bags

 

2/17/2011

In this issue:

-How Many Cell Phones?
-Buddies Give LGBT Seniors Joy
-Council Scraps Mayor’s Parking Garage Plan
-Garcetti Sees Bright Future for Hollywood
-7,000 Jobs Threatened in New Round of LAUSD Cuts

2/10/2011

In this issue:

-Film School Has Plans to Expand
-Big Donation Comes in Small Package
-WeHo Bans Restaurant Patio Smoking
-LACMA, The Getty Acquire 2,000 Mapplethorpe Photos
-Cancelled Council Meeting Curbs Absences and Tardiness

2/3/2011

In this issue:

-Fight Against Fur Gains Momentum
-Gov. Plans to Wipe Out Redevelopment Agencies
-Group Walks Coast to Coast for Equality
-Summer BReak Gets Shorter for Local Catholic Schools
-Doctor’s Drive to Help Knows No Borders

1/27/2011

In this issue:

-Program Helps Students Fight Bullying
-Election Season Goes Into Full Swing in 4th District
-Feuer Urges Parents to Insure Their Kids
-Shootings Reignite Debate Over Open Carry Laws
-Council Approves Lottery for Pot Dispnesaries

1/20/2011

In this issue:

-Coach Kick Starts Team at Hwd. High
-Salvia Sales Rise as DEA Warns About Dangers
-Patios Off Limits for Smokers
-Waxman Addresses Tucson Shooting, Healthcare at NCJW
-Senior Services Face Cuts in State Budget

1/13/2011

In this issue:

-Fairfax Lions Hunger for Championship
-BID Considered to Bring Business Back to Melrose
-Key Club Melee Prompts Look at Safety
-Parking Garage Deal Lacks Support in Hollywood
-Bond Required to Block City’s Medical Pot Law

1/6/2011

In this issue:

-Coach Help Youths Shoot for the Stars
-Park a Mobile Billboard, Get Towed
-Hooray for Hollywood Piano
-WeHo Looks to Curb Extra-Long Limos
-Homeless Housing Project Gets Underway

12/30/2010

In this issue:

-Food, Trucks, Billboards and Pot
-Rains Make for Bumpy Ride on City Streets
-Float Celebrates Arrival du Cirque du Soleil
-Fairfax Senior Marches to a New Tune as Drum Major 
-Report Shows Rise in Hate Crimes Against Jews

12/23/2010

In this issue:

-PATH Families Share in Holiday Spirit
-LGBT Groups Hail Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
-Residents Say, “Green Up the Neighborhood”
-WeHo Wants to Put a Lid on “Professional” Scavenging 
-Zipcar Program Expands in Hollywood

12/16/2010

In this issue:

-Judge Rules Against Parts of City’s Pot Ordinance
-Lions Roar Down Fairfax
-Voters Decide on WeHo Billboard Tax
-LaBonge Wants Used Car Sales Off City Streets
-SOVA Serves More Than 11,000 in Record Month

12/9/2010

In this issue:

-Gardeners Dig In for Fight Over Fees
-Angling for Parking Spots Heads to Possible Permits
-Oil Well Re-Capped to Make Way for Project
-Hollywood Farmers’ Market May Have to Move
-New Arrests Made in WeHo Robberies

12/2/2010

In this issue:

-Local Schools Feel the Pain of Job Cuts
-Superheroes Allowed Back on Hollywood Boulevard
-Fifth Arson Probed at La Brea Building
-Three Arrests Bring Crime Sprees to an End
-Maintenance Moves Forward on Medians

11/25/2010

In this issue:

-A Holiday Homecoming
-Food Trucks Forced to Make the Grade
-City Charges Forward With Electric Vehicles
-WeHo Council Opposes Billboard Ballot Measure
-Season of Giving Begins at Kettle Kick-Off

11/18/2010

In this issue:

-Tax on Medical Marijuana to Appear on March Ballot
-County Bans Plastic Shopping Bags
-Tax Law Confusing to Some Same-Sex Couples
-Harass a Cyclist, Get Sued
-Suspect Charged in WeHo Hit & Run Fatality

11/11/2010

In this issue:

-Israeli Mayor Recounts Life on Gaza Border
-Local Vet and Fairfax High Grad Still Serves Today
-’Birthday Boys’ Epitomize Friendship
-Human Error Caused Overdoses
-Housing Will Change Landscape on La Brea

10/28/2010

In this issue:

-Obamas Campaign for Local Democrats
-Subway to the Sea to Go Down Wilshire
-Stories Offer Hop for Victims of Bullying
-November Ballot Carries Some Familiar Names 
-Store on Melrose Prompts Outcry Over Name


11/4/2010

In this issue:

-Voters Keep California a Blue State
-City Council Tightens Reins on LADWP
-Steve McQueen Honored by Local Fans
-Project Brings Affordable Housing to La Brea Ave. 
-Fire Damages Windsor Square Mansion

10/28/2010

In this issue:

-Obamas Campaign for Local Democrats
-Subway to the Sea to Go Down Wilshire
-Stories Offer Hop for Victims of Bullying
-November Ballot Carries Some Familiar Names 
-Store on Melrose Prompts Outcry Over Name

10/21/2010

In this issue:

-WeHo Puts Focus on Film Production
-Signs May Wrap Buildings on Santa Monica, Beverly
-L.A. River Viewed as Future Urban Oasis
-Pot Law Could Threaten Turnaround on Melrose 
-Old Hollywood Home Gets New Lease on Life

10/14/2010

In this issue:

-Patient Still Angry Over Radiation Overdoses
-Leaders Issue Call for Women to Vote
-Fairfax Student Explores Her Culture Through Art
-Holocaust Museum Finally Finds Home 
-Burger Stand Gets $1.1 Million to Relocate

10/7/2010

In this issue:

-Food Stamp Truck Delivers Help to the Hungry
-WeHo School Celebrates 100 Years of History
-WeHo May Let the Dogs Out at Plummer Park
-Bungalows Offer Residents a Second Chance 
-Gay & Lesbian Center Gets $13 Million for Foster Youth


9/30/2010

In this issue:

-City Cooks Up Plan to Help Restaurants
-New Supergraphics Banned in Hollywood
-Community Invited to View New Pavilion
-Office Tower Planned for Sunset Bronson Studios
-WeHo Moves Forward With Capital Plan

9/23/2010

In this issue:

-Bandit Taxis Give Bad Name to Good Cabbies
-Oldest Miracle Mile Resident Celebrates 106
-’Cowboy’ Faces Deportation After Arrest
-Subway Through WeHo is $64,000 Question
-BID Considered to Boost Business on Melrose

9/16/2010

In this issue:

-Landscaping Oversight Leaves City Rechecking Coffers
-3rd Street Battle Wages On
-Century-Old Ebell Remains Vibrant L.A. Women’s Club
-L.A. Approves ‘Zipcar’ to Increase Car Sharing
-Food Trucks on Verge of Restaurant Standing

9/9/2010

In this issue:

-Sunset Time Project Razes House of Blues
-Subway to Sea Gains Steam With EIR
-Ancient Ritual Still Practiced by Local Jews for Holidays
-No Student Drop-Off Allowed at Ross Lot
-WeHo Council Considers Patio Smoking Ban

9/2/2010

In this issue:

-Superhero Protest Lacks ‘Pow’
-WeHo Triple Murder Tied to Pot Theft
-Leaders Honored as Role Models for Women
-Secretary Sebelius Reassures Seniors About Medicare
-Reward Offered for Murder at Pot Dispensary


8/26/2010

In this issue:

-WeHo Files Lawsuit to Force Pot Store to Close
-Fairfax High Adopts Private School Model
-Third St. Businesses Struggle to Obtain Permits
-Sunset Project Could See 1,000 Cars a Day 
-Veteran KTLA Newsman Honored by LAPD

8/19/2010

In this issue:

-Cycling Concerns Peak at Bike Summit
-City Budget Cuts Leave Landscapers in the Weeds
-No Magic Slippers for Commuters in Obama Traffic
-Couples Postpone Vows After Stay on Same-Sex Marriage
-Building by Edward H. Fickett Designated Historic


8/12/2010

In this issue:

-FilmL.A. Bridges Gap in Residential Film Dispute
-Tour Buses Rile Neighbors
-WeHo Comes Alive Wit the Sound of Music
-Same-Sex Couples Remain Anxious to Tie the not
-Legal Wrangling Continues in Radiation Overdoses

8/5/2010

In this issue:

-Judge Rules Prop. 8 Violates Constitution
-WeHo Clamps Down on Scavenger Recyclers
-Garcetti 311 is Hotline to City Hall
-AIDS Organizations Stage Dueling Walks
-New Charges Filed in Murder of Family in Hollywood

7/29/2010

In this issue:

-Trutanich Takes Direct Approach as City Atty.
-Has Life Improved for the Disabled?
-Survey Seeks Out City’s Historic Gems
-99 Cents Shoppers are Penny Wise
-Change Brewing for Vine Street Burger Stand

7/22/2010

In this issue:

-City Plots New Course for Gardens
-Mayor’s Mishap Renews Calls for Better Bike Laws
-Hollywood Celebrates 50 Years of Stars
-Tenants at Movietown Face Eviction From Property
-Feuer Works on Bills for a Brighter Future

7/15/2010

In this issue:

-Film Fees Give Boost to Local School Budgets
-Kids Get Free Lunch All Summer
-City Council Wants More Accountability From DWP
-Fire Art Murals Stuck in Legal Grey Area
-Surplus Food at City Events Could Help End Hunger

7/8/2010

In this issue:

-Three Day Watering Plan Would Keep L.A. Green
-Hours Cut at Libraries in Budget Balancing Act
-Death at Rave Prompts Investigation on Safety
-Metro Moves Forward on Wilshire Bus Lanes
-Residents Cry Foul Over Liquor Sales at Berri’s

7/1/2010

In this issue:

-Soccer Brings Hope to Streets of Haiti
-Opponents Seek Common Ground on Lunch Trucks
-Trafficking Victims Make Plea for Help
-Residents Voice Concerns About Subway Tunneling
-Study Shows WeHo Has High Number of Smokers

6/24/2010

In this issue:

-Council Gives Green Light to Contract in Arizona
-District Balances Budget Through 2,500 Layoffs
-Lunch Wagon Debate Causes Stir on Wilshire
-Change is Needed to Ween L.A. Off Oil
-DUI Offenders Need Breathalyzer to Start Cars

6/17/2010

In this issue:

-Third Street Trees Will Face  the Ax
-Pride Evolves Over Generations
-169 Medical Pot Stores Apply to Stay Open
-Cars and Bikes Share Space in Hollywood
-La Brea Avenue Housing Project is Revived

6/10/2010

In this issue:

-School Attains Academic Excellence
-Caped Crusaders Corralled
-Grad Reaches the Top Despite Rough Start
-Voters Choose Candidates to Face Off in November
-Bid to Designate Theatre as Historic Rejected

6/3/2010

In this issue:

-Bike Community Cries Foul Against LAPD
-Conflict Off Gaza Sparks Protests
-Voters to Decide Key Races in June 8 Primary Election
-Fairfax seniors Roaring to Graduate
-Driver Charged for Hit and Run on La Cienega

5/27/2010

In this issue:

-Tinsel Town Shining Bright
-Students Slip Through Cracks of Voter Rolls
-Marlborough Multi-Tasker is Valedictorian
-Publishers Honored at State Capitol
-Laurel Elementary School Will Offer 7th Grade

5/20/2010

In this issue:

-YMCA Partners With Schools to Keep Fit
-Novice Models Walk the Catwalk With Dignity
-City Lays Off 700 to Cut Budget Deficit
-Bike Week Begins With Blessings
-Hope for the Homeboys

5/13/2010

In this issue:

-Real Life Cinderellas
-Three Month Rent Freeze Proposed
-Calling all 7th Graders
-Patchwork of Garden Plots Boost Urban Food Supply
-Historic Status of Theatre Considered on June 3

5/6/2010

In this issue:

-Knock, Knock, It’s the Census Bureau
-May is a Merry Month for West Hollywood Seniors
-Arizona Law Triggers Calls for Boycotts
-Hailing a Taxi May Be Permanent Option
-The Tradition Continues…

4/29/2010

In this issue:

-Demonstrators Denounce Arizona Immigration Law
-Homeless Registry Gauges Local Needs
-Senator Authors Legislation to Prevent Radiation Overdoses
-Candidates Compete for Neighborhood Council
-Playboy Founder Has History of Coming Through With Help

4/22/2010

In this issue:

-Llamas Gone Wilde!
-Officials Aim to Tighten Restrictions on Firearms
-Homeowners May Foot Bill for Sidewalk Repairs
-School Distinguishes Itself in Academics
-Teen Goes Green to Inspire Her Peers to Join Movement

4/15/2010

In this issue:

-Fairfax Lions Will Play on New Field
-Changes Weighed for Blood Donation Policy
-Major Exhibit Marks Art Center’s Opening
-WeHo Celebrates 25 Years of Cityhood With Festival
-Water Main Breaks Connected to Rationing Effort

4/8/2010

In this issue:

-Budget Woes Worsen With Loss of DWP Funding
-T-Mobile Files Lawsuit Over Carthay Circle Cell Towers
-Same Sex Seniors Rock for Rights
-Heilman Rolls Lucky 7th Term as WeHo Mayor
-Mountain of Money Still Needed to Save Peak

4/1/2010

In this issue:

-Hundreds Protest Cuts to Services
-City Council Approves DWP Rate Increases
-Liquor License Hurdle is Hard to Overcome
-Sun Won’t Rise on Easter Services at Hollywood Bowl
-New Captain Takes Helm at WeHo Sheriff’s Station

3/25/2010

In this issue:

-Effects of Healthcare Bill Eagerly Awaited
-U.S. Labor Secretary Tours Hollywood
-Thousands March to Call for an End to War and Violence
-LAFD Teaches Students Safety First
-Revitalization of Hollywood Stretches Eastward

3/18/2010

In this issue:

-Cuts at Courts Lead to Long Lines and Waits
-Koretz Joins Call to Keep Shots in the Espresso
-Transient Arrested for Racially Offensive Graffiti
-Hotel Project on Sunset Strip Approved
-Marathon Route Boosts Business in WeHo

3/11/2010

In this issue:

-Lack of Funding Leads to Larger Class Sizes
-Market Plans More Retail on Fairfax
-Shooting at Graffiti Store Leaves Two Men Wounded
-New Facility at School Concerns Neighbors
-Suspect Wanted for Murdering Security Guard is Captured

3/4/2010

In this issue:

-Sign Comes Down After Bail Posted
-DUI Arrests in WeHo Much Fewer Than in Hollywood
-Libraries Face New Chapter in Budget Battle
-Mayor Signed Pot Law 30 Days Ago, Still Not Enforced
-City Council Considers Opening Tara as a Park

 

2/25/2010

In this issue:

-Fight Over Ross Project Extends to Parking Lot
-Tarantino’s Newest Project: ‘Saving New Beverly Cinema’
-Community Adds Voice to Budget Debate
-Waxman Shares Capitol Hill Viewpoint
-City Attorney Sets Sights on Supergraphics in Lawsuit

 

2/18/2010

In this issue:

-Bus Riders Denounce Cuts to DASH
-Mobile Food Trucks Are Eating Restaurant’s Lunch
-Movietown is Coming Soon to West Hollywood
-Shorter School Year Concerns Educators, Parents

 

2/11/2010

In this issue:

-Preserving Hollywood Sign is a Peak Concern
-’Starr Ceremony’ Celebrates Walk of Fame Anniversary
-Neighborhood Councils Unite Around Budget Cuts
-Senior Programs Could Lose Millions in State Funding
-Rose ‘Petaler’ Spreads the Love in WeHo

 

2/4/2010

In this issue:

-Project at Ross Site Raises Major Concern
-Planting Together, Students Grow Cultural Awareness
-WeHo Bans Dog and Cat Sales at Retail Stores
-School Opens New Doors for LGBT Youth
-Council Looks for Ways to Bridge Budget Gap

 

1/28/2010

In this issue:

-Recent Storms Make Commuting a Bumpy Ride
-Athletics Face $1.4 Million in Cuts
-Local Doctor Heads to Haiti to Help Earthquake Victims
-Budding Writers Get Tips From Experts

 

1/21/2010

In this issue:

-Council Bans Smoking on Restaurant Patios
-Angelenos Urged to Help Victims in Haiti
-Filmmakers Dramatize Prop. 8 Case on YouTube
-Council PResident and Mayor Appear in ‘All My Children’
-13-Story Tower PLanned for Third Street Project

 

1/14/2010

In this issue:

-DASH Could be Dead
-Outsiders Not Wanted  in Beverly Hills Schools
-Victims Cry Out to End Trafficking
-Two Tall Wall Billboards May Go Up in West Hollywood

 

1/7/2010

In this issue:

-City Shines Light on the Arts in January
-Clydesdales Kick-Off BCS Festivities
-Residents Win Fight Over Cellular Towers
-Catch a Cab, Not H1N1
-Angels Among Us: RNs Donate Time to People in Need of Healthcare

 

12/31/2009

In this issue:

-Future Still Bright at End of Decade
-Art and Music Venues Get Rosey Treatment
-Efforts to Curb Drunk Driving Have Mixed Results
-Candlelight Vigil on Wilshire Marks Gaza War Anniversary
-Sunset Strip Gets Ready for a Makeover



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