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  • Some say performers on Third Street Promenade are too loud

     
    The Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica is one of the L.A. area's top shopping and dining spots. But has it become too noisy? The Santa Monica Daily Press reports that there are complaints that the street performances along the......
  • Football: Week 9 schedule

     
    Thursday, November 4th CITY SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE Sherman Oaks CES vs. Douglass at Rancho Cienega Park, 7 p.m. SOUTHERN SECTION BASELINE LEAGUE Los Osos vs. Alta Loma at Chaffey HS, 7 p.m. Rancho Cucamonga vs. Etiwanda at Colony, 7 p.m.......
  • The Agenda: Funkmosphere at Carbon tonight

     
    Get ready to break it down at Funkmosphere, Culver City bar Carbon's weekly funk, soul and boogie throw-down. Presided over by L.A.'s new godfather of all that boogies, Dam-Funk, and frequented by his compatriots on Stones Throw records, Funkmosphere...
  • Eight fascinating California polling places

     
    If you couldn't tell from the flags, balloons, signs, news trucks, long lines, Tuesday is election day. Many Americans took time out of their day to do their civic duty. Here in California, most voters find themselves at a school,......
  • Football: City Section standings

     
    Coliseum: Dorsey 3-0, 8-0; Crenshaw 3-0, 6-2; West Adams 1-2, 2-6; Locke 1-2, 4-4; Fremont 1-2, 2-6; Manual Arts 0-3, 1-7. East Valley: Sun Valley Poly 4-0, 6-2; Arleta 3-1, 6-2; Grant 3-2, 4-4; Verdugo Hills 2-2, 3-5; Monroe 2-2,......
  • What is the West? From sunsets to gangbangers to 'no idea,' 1,000 takes in new Doug Aitken book

     
    In trying to stage a gala for the Museum of Contemporary Art that does not feel staged -- or even much like a gala -- Doug Aitken has also created a book for the event that is not simply, and......
  • Storybook living in the Moody sisters cottages

     
    It's pretty much impossible to lead with any other photo than this: As Christine Hoehner heads up the stairs of her cottage, her dog, Emily Dickinson, sticks around for the photo op. Lucky girl. She lives in a Moody sisters......
  • R&G Collective, a pop-up bazaar in Brentwood

     
    It's time to add another pop-up shop to the list: R&G Collective looks less like a temporary home store and more like a long-established, treasure-filled souk. Located on San Vicente Boulevard in Brentwood, the shop is owned by Wendy Riva......
  • Digital Domain parent to buy and move In-Three's operations to Florida

     
    Digital Domain, a leading visual effects house partly owned by director Michael Bay, is bulking up -- but not in California. The parent company of the Venice-based studio said Thursday that it was acquiring Westlake Village-based In-Three Inc., and that.....
  • Football: Venice prevails, 66-0, over Locke

     
    In one of the most lopsided games in recent Los Angeles City Section history, Venice routed Locke, 66-0, and will play host to the winner of the game between San Pedro and Westchester next Friday. --Ben Bolch...
  • Tom Waits, poet

     
    The poetry of musician Tom Waits will see publication next year in the book "Hard Ground," published by the University of Texas Press. "Hard Ground" is a collaboration with photojournalist Michael O'Brien and will be a visual and poetic look......
  • Football: Friday's City and Southern Section quarterfinal scores

     
    Friday's results CITY Quarterfinals DIVISION I Carson 29, Garfield 13 Taft 35, Dorsey 18 Venice 35, San Pedro 10 Crenshaw 49, Narbonne 14 DIVISION II Fairfax 21, Los Angeles Hamilton 14 Arleta 32, Franklin 14 Chatsworth 35, Panorama 28 Palisades......