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  • Pop goes former Palate Food + Wine in Glendale

    There have been pop-up Halloween stores and other temporary businesses in Glendale, but this one just might take the cake, or at least the chou rouge. A pop-up restaurant is opening in the shell of the former Palate Food + Wine, the popular eatery...
  • Connector between 5 and 134 freeways in Glendale reopens after fatal crash

    Connector between 5 and 134 freeways in Glendale reopens after fatal crash
    A 25-year-old man was killed early Monday after his car was rear-ended on a transition road between the 5 and 134 freeways near Glendale, sending the vehicle down an embankment before it burst into flames. The Los Angeles man was stopped on the...
  • Painters are hard at work on Hollywood sign makeover

    Painters are hard at work on Hollywood sign makeover
    Work is underway on the Hollywood sign, which is getting its most extensive refurbishing in nearly 35 years. Crews are repainting the iconic white letters overlooking Los Angeles, focused now on the letters O and L, the Los Angeles Times reported....
  • DreamWorks Animation Chairman Roger Enrico resigns from board

    DreamWorks Animation Chairman Roger Enrico resigns from board
    DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., the Glendale studio behind the "Shrek" and “Madagascar” movies, announced that Chairman Roger Enrico resigned from the board. Current board member Mellody Hobson will succeed Enrico, according to a statement...
  • Lacey has the skills to be county's D.A.

    Kudos to the Los Angeles Times in their Oct. 22 editorial endorsing Chief Deputy Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey as the next district attorney of Los Angeles County. She has risen up the ranks during her 16-year tenure with the department from that of prosecutor...
  • Metrolink trains systemwide may be delayed by water main issue

    Metrolink trains systemwide may be delayed by water main issue
    Metrolink officials are warning of possible systemwide delays after a complication with a water main near Union Station. Metrolink spokesman Scott Johnson said that the agency was notified of a problem with a water main near the area where Riverside...
  • Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience

    Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience
    I walk around my neighborhood with a long-handled socket wrench now. The metal has a comforting heaviness. I live in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, and two guys dressed like gangbangers robbed and beat me just past midnight a week ago...
  • Entertainment industry jobs grow 3.7%

    Entertainment industry jobs grow 3.7%
    The Hollywood jobs picture continued to improve last year. Employment in Los Angeles' entertainment industry climbed nearly 4% in 2012, reflecting an upswing in feature film production in the fourth quarter and a surge in commercial shoots, which climbed...
  • Small earthquake recorded near Hollywood

    A small earthquake was reported Monday morning near Hollywood. The 2.6 magnitude temblor was reported at 7:44 a.m. A preliminary map put the epicenter around Universal City, the Los Angeles Times reported. Because it was so small, it's unclear how...
  • Local Hostess facilities still closed despite mediation talks with bakers union

    Local Hostess facilities still closed despite mediation talks with bakers union
    More than 138 jobs at Hostess facilities in Atwater and Glendale remain on the chopping block, even after the company and its striking union agreed to a mediation that will forestall a planned liquidation. A spokeswoman for Hostess on Monday said all...
  • Judge to decide if 'Modern Family' teen star should stay away from mother

    A judge is set to consider Tuesday whether "Modern Family" teen star Ariel Winter should stay away from her mother, a Montrose resident who has been described in court documents as physically and emotionally abusive. L.A. County Superior Court Judge...
  • Sheriff's response time is longer in unincorporated areas, audit finds

    Sheriff's response time is longer in unincorporated areas, audit finds
    It took Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies a minute longer to respond to emergency calls from unincorporated parts of the county than from cities that contract with the department for police services, according to a county audit. The finding comes...