Archive for ‘October, 2016’


Law enforcement watchers explore new DOJ plan to collect data on police shootings nationwide

Law enforcement watchers explore new DOJ plan to collect data on police shootings nationwide

Marneisha Jones places a stuff animal at a makeshift memorial for Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black male teenager fatally wounded by Darren Wilson, a white Ferguson Police officer on August 9, 2014.; Credit: Joshua Lott/Getty Images AirTalk In an effort to provide the public with more information about police shootings in the wake of incidents […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events October 15 to 21

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events October 15 to 21

Here are free events scheduled Saturday, Oct. 15, to Friday, Oct. 21. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! With the theme “Nuestros Heroes/Our Heroes,” the Latino Heritage Parade Saturday, Oct. 15, will begin at 11 a.m. at Los Robles Avenue and […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events October 15 to 21

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events October 15 to 21

Here are free events scheduled Saturday, Oct. 15, to Friday, Oct. 21. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! With the theme “Nuestros Heroes/Our Heroes,” the Latino Heritage Parade Saturday, Oct. 15, will begin at 11 a.m. at Los Robles Avenue and […]

Bomb scare shuts down Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park [updated]

Bomb scare shuts down Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park [updated]

ECHO PARK — A stretch of Sunset Boulevard near Dodger Stadium has been shut down as members of the LAPD bomb squad investigate a suspicious package. Sunset is blocked at Douglas Street on the west and just east of Vin Scully Avenue. Several police vehicles are parked near a shopping center containing a Domino’s pizza […]

What a potentially short and weak La Niña means for SoCal’s ongoing drought

What a potentially short and weak La Niña means for SoCal’s ongoing drought

Dried mud and the remnants of a marina is seen at the New Melones Lake reservoir which is now at less than 20 percent capacity as a severe drought continues to affect California on May 24, 2015. ; Credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images Natalie Chudnovsky | AirTalk A new report from the NOAA Climate Prediction Center, […]

Bike ban proposed on L.A. River path after elderly pedestrian injured in Elysian Valley crash

Bike ban proposed on L.A. River path after elderly pedestrian injured in Elysian Valley crash

Crash took place near Riverdale Avenue ELYSIAN VALLEY — An elderly woman remains in intensive care after being struck by a speeding cyclist while on her daily walk on the L.A. River bike path in Elysian Valley. In response, some residents are calling on the narrow path to be closed to cyclists until safety improvements […]

Manakin via Jamestown via England via France

Manakin via Jamestown via England via France

I was born Martha Ann Easley 66 years ago today and have been called Ann from that moment on. I come from good, hearty stock on my father’s side. In America, it began with Robert Esle (1655-1711), my sixth great-grandfather. He was a French Huguenot, born in Ansouis, Provence, who sailed to the British Colony of Virginia […]

How cops feel about the LAPD’s new reforms

How cops feel about the LAPD’s new reforms

With black ribbons across their badge and holding a gun, police recruits attend their graduation ceremony at LAPD Headquarters. ; Credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images AirTalk The LA Police Commission unanimously voted yesterday to have the LAPD more quickly release information about police shootings. A nearly year-long study by the Department’s Inspector General looked at […]

Mr. Holmes brings the Cruffin to Highland Park

Mr. Holmes brings the Cruffin to Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK —  Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, the San Francisco-based creator of the Cruffin pastry, recently opened in Highland Park, Eater LA reports. Long-lines of customers curious about croissant-muffin hybrid have been spotted outside the new bakery, located off of Figueroa Street. The space comes with a somewhat open prep-and-bake area in the back, a lengthy cement bar, […]

Double Double, Toil and Trouble … Rentals So Hot They’ll Make Your Caldron Bubble!

Double Double, Toil and Trouble … Rentals So Hot They’ll Make Your Caldron Bubble!

Sponsored Post Find details below for 920 San Vicente, Hollywood Double Double, Toil and Trouble…Rentals So Hot They’ll Make Your Caldron Bubble – The Three Witches from Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Okay, so maybe those weren’t the exact words of Willy Shakes, but he was onto something with the whole double trouble thing. Two is better than […]

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