Pot shops shut down. Ana Guerrero not running. Riordan backs McDonnell for sheriff. Rick Caruso takes over the Palisades. Plus much more.
Los Angeles Magazine continues its series of "Big Shots" interviews by Giselle Fernandez with Rep. Xavier Becerra, who says the lack of immigration reform in Congress is frustrating but is not due to racism.
The mayor held a wide-ranging interview with reporters and editors and said the city cannot afford raises for workers for a few years.
Freedom Communications "also will roll out more than a dozen community newspapers across Los Angeles County in coming weeks," the Register announces.
Politics, media and more for a Monday — including a plea from the Owens Valley and calls to help a longtime employee of Henry's Tacos.
The earthquake at 10:18 on Sunday evening had a preliminary magnitude of 6.9. Luckily, its epicenter was 50 miles west of Eureka beneath the Pacific Ocean, in the subduction zone between tectonic plates that regularly produces sizable quakes.
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It's Daylight Saving Time. Again. (Grrr.)
Christensen and Gold
Artist Lauren Bon has won approval from the LA City Council to build an enormous water wheel on the LA River near downtown. Bon will be discussing the project in a public conversation on March 22, World Water Day, in Lincoln Heights.
CBS News caught up the other day with Dominic Ehrler on his daily visit to the Los Angeles Zoo to feed his friend Mario, the goose that bonded with Ehrler several years ago at Echo Park Lake.
Dr. Frank Jobe saved the careers of hundreds of pitchers, but many top arms continue to break down. It's not good for baseball, and MLB needs to look into better injury prevention mechanisms.
Wooster Group definitely has its fans and followers and many were in the Redcat audience--at least until intermission.
Can you spot the misspelling tonight on KCAL 9's weather report? Hint: There is no T in KCAL.
Role model: Misty Copeland has her say
Misty Copeland rose from a vagabond life in San Pedro to become the first black female soloist with the American Ballet Theater in 20 years. Her new memoir discusses the journey and her reverence for the tradition of ballet. She talks with Judy Graeme and we include Copeland's recent TEDx talk and a stunning solo performance in Mexico City. Native Intelligence
Stuck in the mudNBC News correspondent Miguel Almaguer had to be extricated from the mud in Azusa. Story
Don ShirleyClassic con artistry in 'Tartuffe' and 'Music Man,' plus plays for the Passover season. Don Shirley
Gotta love the Pacific OceanNow that's a weather map. See big
LA cougarsThree mountain lions at a kill, starring P-13 and cubs. More pics
In case you missed it
More locations and the surf report on the LA Observed weather page
Leonard Knight, 82Leonard Knight spent almost 30 years building a colorful mountain of adobe covered with donated paint in the Imperial Valley desert near Salton Sea. Read
Exene sells her stuffExene Cervenka is done with Orange County. And her 1955 Rickenbacker Combo 600. Read
Ry Cooder at The EchoIris Schneider spotted Ry Cooder at The Echo, backing up daughter-in-law Juliette Commagere on the slide guitar. Native Intelligence
StreetscapeAlpha Cast Foundry casts molten metal about 200 feet from the DTLA hipsters at Stumptown Coffee on Santa Fe Avenue. LAO.
Jay Leno, great car guyWhen Leno helped Veronique de Turenne with her beloved 1949 Plymouth. Here in Malibu
Huntington acquires Marquez collection