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The Weekend Go Go: World’s Most Prestigious Film Fest, Groundlings Shorts, Eclectic Music Fest + More

The Weekend Go Go: World’s Most Prestigious Film Fest, Groundlings Shorts, Eclectic Music Fest + More
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What’s the weekend like? Lots of laughs.  Mucho music. Plenty of fun. Wayne’s Movie Fest Between Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and writing jokes for the Milton Bradley game Taboo, writer/actor/comedian Wayne Federman knows funny and so do his pals. And so will you….. Starting Thursday, host Federman and his comedian cronies take […]

For Rent: Beautiful Condo for Lease

For Rent: Beautiful Condo for Lease

Sponsored Post: Eastside Property Listings 4295 Via Arbolada | $1,995/month | Property Website Are you looking for beautiful views of the City of Los Angeles, but want to be a short drive away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown city? This is the condo for you. Step out onto your large private balcony, sip […]

Riding the Spiral: Navigating a New World

Riding the Spiral: Navigating a New World

By Marc Rayman As NASA’s Dawn spacecraft makes its journey to its second target, the dwarf planet Ceres, Marc Rayman, Dawn’s chief engineer, shares a monthly update on the mission’s progress. Dawn will use its ion propulsion system to change orbits at Ceres, allowing it to observe the dwarf planet from different vantage points. Image […]

Los Angeles Kings looking to make hockey history

Los Angeles Kings looking to make hockey history

Drew Doughty #8 and Jonathan Quick #32 of the Los Angeles Kings celebrate a 4-1 win over the San Jose Sharks in Game Six of the First Round of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Staples Center on April 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.; Credit: Harry How/Getty Images When the Los Angeles Kings […]

Motorcyclist dies in Solano Canyon area crash

Motorcyclist dies in Solano Canyon area crash

View Larger Map SOLANO CANYON — A man in his 30s was killed after his motorcycle crashed  early this morning near North Broadway and Casanova Street, authorities told City News Service.  The crash, which took place at about 2 a.m., remains under investigation. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Izakaya Haru Ulala

Izakaya Haru Ulala

WHY Tasty dishes to accompany sake or beer: noodles, yellowtail with daikon, slow-cooked Kurobuta pork belly, shiitake tempura and robata-yaki, served until midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on weekends. WHAT Whimsical menus written in crayon set the tone at this casual space dominated by a U-shaped counter around the open robata-style kitchen, where […]

Neighborhood Fixture: The Lincoln Heights office building with enough noir for a novel

Neighborhood Fixture: The Lincoln Heights office building with enough noir for a novel

By Marni Epstein LINCOLN HEIGHTS —  Talk of suicide,  a family feud and a courtroom battle over a father’s will. That’s enough intrigue and noir to fill a Raymond Chandler novel. And with a setting that looks like this, how could you expect anything less. It is the Di Blasi Office Building in Lincoln Heights, […]

National Basketball Association responds to Clippers owner Donald Sterling scandal

National Basketball Association responds to Clippers owner Donald Sterling scandal

Adam Silver the NBA Commissioner talks to the media before the start of the Oklahoma City Thunder game against the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2014 NBA Playoffs at FedExForum on April 26, 2014 in Memphis.; Credit: Andy Lyons/Getty Images Since tapes of comments allegedly made by Donald […]

Pollo Campero

Pollo Campero

WHY So legendary that food historian John T. Edge included it in his seminal book, Fried Chicken. WHAT Forget the Colonel and check out this branch of the Guatemalan chain famous for its achiote-pepper-crusted chicken. Biscuits, slaw, fried plantains and a nice salsa bar round out the accompaniments. WHO Guatemalan ex-pats happy to no longer […]

Earth & Arts Festival

Earth & Arts Festival

Set the kiddies down at Drumtime and go get a cold one at the “Sustainable Beer Garden.” Next, let them be mesmerized by Clair Mills’ puppets and stories-with-costumes while you slip off to jam to Blackwater Jukebox. The 12th Pasadena Earth & Arts Festival on May 3rd is hosted by the City of Pasadena and […]

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