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Federal Grants Boost Efforts To Assist Formerly Incarcerated Men Women And At Risk Youth

Federal Grants Boost Efforts To Assist Formerly Incarcerated Men Women And At Risk Youth

Millions in new federal grant dollars have been awarded to organizations in Los Angeles that are working to address challenges faced by people involved with the criminal justice system. Mayor Eric Garcetti announced today that a total of $2.36 million in U.S. Department of Labor grants — intended to help break destructive cycles of poverty, crime, and incarceration — have been[...]
Steadfast: LA’s Landmark Billboard Ban Stands

Steadfast: LA’s Landmark Billboard Ban Stands

  Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer praised the California Supreme Court’s refusal this week to review an appellate decision upholding Los Angeles’ landmark billboard ban. “This was billboard company Lamar’s last gasp in its attack on Los Angeles’ billboard ban. Now the Supreme Court has made clear our billboard ban stands,” said Feuer, who had urged the Supreme Court to reject[...]
Mayor Eric Garcetti Invites Angelenos To Contribute Creative Solutions To L.A.’s Problems

Mayor Eric Garcetti Invites Angelenos To Contribute Creative Solutions To L.A.’s Problems

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced his first annual Mayor’s Cup competition, which will solicit proposals from student entrepreneurs and local academics to support local economic growth and encourage civic engagement — on issues ranging from beautifying vacant and blighted spaces, to building affordable housing. “Los Angeles is full of dynamic thinkers who work to improve our quality of life through everything from[...]
Governor Brown Announces Appointments

Governor Brown Announces Appointments

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced the following Governor's Appointments: Peter Cervinka, 44, of Sacramento, has been appointed chief deputy director at the California Department of Social Services, where he has served as program deputy director for benefits and services since 2009. Cervinka served in several positions at the California Health and Human Services Agency from 2007 to 2009, including assistant[...]
Mayor Garcetti Launches The Welcome Home Project

Mayor Garcetti Launches The Welcome Home Project

Angelenos to host gatherings in their homes to discuss L.A.’s homelessness crisis and collect household supplies for people who have recently received housing Angelenos can take meaningful, personal steps to address L.A.’s homelessness crisis through Mayor Eric Garcetti’s new Welcome Home Project. The effort aims to recruit 100 residents to host gatherings of friends, neighbors, and colleagues and collect household supplies[...]

LAPD News

LAPD Body Camera Approved To Proceed

LAPD Body Camera Approved To Proceed

City Council announced today that it has approved the Body Worn Video Camera project to continue as planned by the Los Angeles Police Department. The decision today by City Council to approve the LAPD's contract to move forward with the purchase and deployment of nearly 7,000 cameras over the next 2 years, was received with welcoming arms. "I am very pleased that[...]
LAPD Safety Tips

LAPD Safety Tips

The following Holiday Safety Tips were compiled, in cooperation with the LAPD Crime Prevention Section, to contribute to the safety and security of people during the upcoming holiday. The Independence Day is always a special occasion. It is also a time when busy people become careless and vulnerable to theft and other crime. We can never be too careful, too[...]
LAPD Focuses On Education And Enforcement At Dangerous Intersections In Valley Bureau

LAPD Focuses On Education And Enforcement At Dangerous Intersections In Valley Bureau

LAPD’s Directed Enforcement Task Force (DETF) identified intersections in San Fernando Valley where most traffic accidents occur and is working on reducing the number of traffic collisions through education and enforcement. The goal being to end traffic deaths by 2025. One of the primary duties of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is to facilitate the safe and expeditious movement of[...]
Teacher Assistant Arrested For Sexual Battery

Teacher Assistant Arrested For Sexual Battery

The Los Angeles Police Department Juvenile Division - Sexually Exploited Child Unit detectives are asking for the public's help in locating additional victims of 34-year-old Pil Mendez who was arrested for sexual battery. On June 8, 2016 around 9:40 a.m., Mendez was arrested for one count of 243.4(e)(1) PC and three counts of 647.6(a)(2) PC. In November 2015, a female student[...]
LAPD Asks For Public’s Help In Solving Deadly Topanga Shootings

LAPD Asks For Public’s Help In Solving Deadly Topanga Shootings

The Los Angeles Police Department, Valley Bureau Homicide Detectives are asking for the public's help in providing any information that would lead to the arrest of the suspects who killed two people in the Topanga area. On June 2, 2016, around 4:00 p.m., Topanga Area patrol officers responded to the 6100 block of Corbin Avenue for an ambulance shooting radio call.[...]

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The List 2016

Continuing the fight to achieve gender parity in the American Theater, LA-based playwright/producer collective THE KILROYS has released its third annual list of industry-recommended new plays.
THE LIST 2016, released today, features the most nominated unproduced plays written by female and trans* writers, following a survey of 230 professional artistic directors, literary managers, professors, producers, directors, and dramaturgs. THE LIST is facilitated by The Kilroys, an independent group dedicated to taking action in the face of gender disparity in the American Theater. Read more.

Edge To Edge At MOCA

Artists represented in image: Jack Leigh, Constance Thalkan, Paul Kwilecki, Ben HeltonEducation / Research Center Curated by Chip Simone Exhibition supported by Massey Charitable Trust.
This fall The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia will exhibit “Edge to Edge”, the first ever state-wide survey of contemporary Georgia photography. The work that has been selected for “Edge to Edge” was chosen for its visual strength, expressive sophistication, and technical artistry. As such the exhibition will serve as a testament to the power of photography itself. Read more.

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L.A. Metro News

Why Is Metro Proposing Transportation Sales Tax

Why Is Metro Proposing Transportation Sales Tax

Metro’s transportation sales tax to support discounted fares, road repairs, bike lanes and better freeways flow. Metro’s proposed transportation sales tax ballot gains public support.   Following three months of public review and input that included public meetings and Telephone Town Halls that reached tens of thousands of L.A. County residents, a new poll shows that 72 percent of those surveyed would[...]
Metros CEO Unveils Updated Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement

Metros CEO Unveils Updated Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement

Metro’s CEO Unveils Updated Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan to Transform Transportation through a Possible November Ballot Measure. On the heels of an aggressive public outreach effort, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) CEO Phillip A. Washington today unveiled a revised expenditure plan calling for a sustained funding approach for a possible November ballot measure that would accelerate and[...]
First Metro Bike Share Station Installed At Union Station

First Metro Bike Share Station Installed At Union Station

In the latest major announcement designed to improve transportation options in the L.A. region, Metro and the city of Los Angeles today announced they will officially launch Metro’s bike sharing program in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, July 7. Up to 1,000 bicycles will be available at up to 65 strategically placed downtown L.A. locations, serving Union Station, City Hall, Grand[...]
Metro To Close Portion of Wilshire Boulevard for Purple Line Extension Project

Metro To Close Portion of Wilshire Boulevard for Purple Line Extension Project

First Major Station Construction for L.A. Subway In the latest L.A. County transit construction milestone, Metro is ready to begin building the Wilshire/La Brea underground station for the Metro Purple Line Extension Project. Beginning Friday night, June 10, portions of Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles will be closed during 22 consecutive weekends for a street[...]
Metro Board Adopts New  2017 Budget

Metro Board Adopts New 2017 Budget

New Interactive Budget Tool now at Metro.net The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors approved a $5.66-billion budget for fiscal year 2017 following a recent public hearing and other community input. The adopted budget represents over a two percent decrease from FY16 budget — even with the addition of new rail services, rising costs and new[...]

Interesting In L.A.

Universal Studios Hollywood HOT Rides Shows And Attractions

Universal Studios Hollywood HOT Rides Shows And Attractions

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ Explore the mysteries of Hogwarts™ castle, visit the shops of Hogsmeade™, and sample fare from some of the wizarding world’s best-known establishments. Plus experience Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey™ and Flight of the Hippogriff™ that transport you into a world of magical thrills and excitement. Studio Tour Go behind-the-scenes on the legendary Studio Tour to explore[...]
Commerce Casino

Commerce Casino

Commerce Casino is a cardroom located in the Los Angeles suburb of Commerce. With over 240 tables on site, Commerce Casino is the largest cardroom in the world. Established in 1983, the casino accounted for 38% of Commerce's tax revenues for the 2006-2007 fiscal year. In addition to the main cardroom, the Commerce Casino complex includes a full-service 200-room Crowne Plaza[...]
Entertainment Venues in L.A.

Entertainment Venues in L.A.

Major Entertainment Venues in L.A. L.A. Live is an entertainment complex in downtown Los Angeles, California, adjacent to the Staples Center. L.A. Live cost approximately $2.5 billion USD and was developed by Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), Wachovia Corp, Azteca Corp, and investment firm MacFarlane Partners with help from Los Angeles taxpayers. The architectural firm responsible for the master plan and phase[...]
Mysterious Self Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine

Mysterious Self Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine

Just inland from the Pacific Coast Highway and easy to miss when you're rushing to catch the sunset, the mystical, mysterious Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine is run by a non-denominational order that welcomes visitors but doesn't proselytise to them. Set on a ten-acre site that was used as a film set during the silent era, the lovely gardens evoke old[...]
Hollywood Los Angeles Visitor Information Center

Hollywood Los Angeles Visitor Information Center

Multilingual staffs answer visitors' travel questions and provide directions, commendations and public transportation information. In addition to addressing walk-in and telephone inquiries, the visitor information centers sell discounted tickets to attractions and provide maps and travel guides to visitors. Hours of Operation: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Monday-Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: 1 (323) 467-6412[...]

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