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Daily Breeze

Daily Breeze

21250 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90503   Directions

(310) 540-5511

Investor's Business Daily

Investor's Business Daily

Hollywood, CA

(800) 831-2525



500 Circle Seven Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7223

Patricia Morison, Broadway and Hollywood star, dies at 103
05/20/2018 4:52pm

Patricia Morison, who originated the role of an overemotional diva in the Broadway musical "Kiss Me, Kate," died Sunday at age 103.

Hundreds participate in Long Beach Pride Parade
05/20/2018 4:08pm

The 35th Long Beach Pride Parade kicked off Sunday morning, with floats, performers and marches galore.

'You're lucky your dog didn't get killed': Dog shot with taser by Utah officers investigating domestic dispute
05/20/2018 3:41pm

Officers can be heard repeatedly ordering the German shepherd's owners to secure the animal.

Newest West Covina police K-9 helps find 60 pounds of meth hidden inside car
05/20/2018 2:45pm

The West Covina Police Department's newest K-9 helped authorities find 60 pounds of methamphetamine inside a vehicle during a traffic stop.

Teen charged with impersonating cop, stealing partially blind man's wallet in NYC subway station
05/20/2018 1:13pm

The suspect, saying he was a cop, led the victim into the subway, presumably to help him through the turnstile, according to police. That's when he went through his bag and took his wallet.



4200 Radford Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000

Dodgers Place Rich Hill On 10-Day Disabled List
05/20/2018 6:16pm

Hill threw two pitches in the nightcap of Saturday's day-night doubleheader against the Nationals before having to leave the game with a recurring blister problem.

How Sweep It Is! Dodgers Beat Nationals, 7-2
05/20/2018 6:00pm

Los Angeles, after losing six consecutive games, has now won four straight overall and five of six over Washington this season

Patricia Morison, Broadway And Hollywood Star, Dies At 103
05/20/2018 5:33pm

Patricia Morison, who originated the role of an overemotional diva in the Broadway musical "Kiss Me, Kate," starred on stage opposite Yul Brynner in "The King and I" and appeared in films alongside Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, died Sunday at age 103.

Harvey Hall, Ex-Mayor Known As ‘Mr. Bakersfield’, Dies At 77
05/20/2018 2:48pm

Harvey Hall, who served four terms as mayor of Bakersfield, and founded a namesake ambulance company that serves the majority of the surrounding county, has died. He was 77.

Police: Burglary Suspects Used Rock To Smash Sliding Glass Door
05/20/2018 1:20pm

Authorities say two people in their 20s are behind bars, accused of ransacking a home in Claremont after using a rock to smash the sliding glass door.



100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

Sweep the Leg! Dodgers Finish Off Nationals
05/20/2018 4:11pm

Yasmani Grandal, Kiké Hernandez, and Yasiel Puig all homered as the Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals, 7-2, on Sunday afternoon at Nationals Park.Photo Credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Alcohol Might Explain Why a UCSB Student Fell From a Roof
05/20/2018 5:25pm

A UC Santa Barbara student was injured after falling 15 feet from the roof of a home Sunday morning.

West Covina K-9's First Bust Yields 60 Pounds of Meth
05/20/2018 11:03am

A routine traffic stop by officers in West Covina has led to the discovery of approximately 60 pounds of methamphetamine.Photo Credit: West Covina Police Department

Hit-and-Run Driver Fatally Strikes Bicyclist
05/20/2018 10:40am

Police are looking for a driver who fatally struck a bicyclist in Compton and then fled the scene.

Nearly 2 Billion People Watched the Royal Wedding
05/20/2018 1:48am

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have wed in a special ceremony that was viewed by nearly two billion people. Robert Kovacik reports live from Windsor for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on May 19, 2018



1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

KVCR-DT 91.9 - NPR

KVCR-DT 91.9 - NPR

701 S Mt Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, NC 92410   Directions

(909) 384-4444

Ebola Outbreak: DRC To Start Vaccination Campaign
05/20/2018 4:27pm

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To Pressure Lawmakers On Gun Control, A Push To Boycott School
05/20/2018 4:27pm

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Pope Francis Documentary Filmmaker Reveals A Candid Pontiff
05/20/2018 4:27pm

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Saudi Women's Activists Arrested Ahead Of Driving Ban
05/20/2018 3:47pm

At least six prominent defenders of women's rights in Saudi Arabia were detained this week, six weeks before the kingdom's ban on women from driving is due to be lifted June 24. Activist Loujain al-Hathloul was arrested at her home on Tuesday evening, according to Amnesty International. She campaigned against the decades-old driving ban and ranked No. 3 in a list of the most powerful Arab women for her work. Amnesty International named three other women who were detained as Eman al-Nafjan, who became widely known for her activism; Aziza al-Yousef, a fellow leader in the campaign to drive; and Aisha al-Manea, who campaigned for women's right to drive since the early '90s. She is a 70-year-old who survived a heart attack last year, according to Australian-based Saudi activist Manal al-Sharif . It is unclear why the activists were arrested. As part of their fervent advocacy, some of them also signed a September 2016 petition calling upon King Salman to abolish the male guardianship system

For Trump's Evangelical Advisers, Prison Reform Becomes a Front-Burner Issue
05/20/2018 2:28pm

When targeting his message to white evangelical voters, President Trump has often focused on traditional priorities for social conservatives, such as abortion and religious freedom . But in recent months another issue – criminal justice – has become a priority for Trump's influential group of evangelical advisers. Several of them attended a prison reform summit at the White House on Friday, where President Trump told the audience, "America is a nation that believes in the power of redemption." That idea – that redemption is possible, even in prison – is a central part of the Christian belief system, said Johnnie Moore, an evangelical leader and informal adviser to President Trump who attended the summit. "I'm not sure that for a number of years it was sort of considered a political issue," he said in an interview with NPR. "It was more just an issue of justice." Moore is among leading evangelicals who are supporting the FIRST STEP Act , which focuses on improving prison conditions for

L.A. Record

L.A. Record

Los Angeles, CA

(213) 254-7048

05/20/2018 1:04pm

Peter Hook & The Light not only played several New Order tracks, but Joy Division's Closer and Unknown Pleasure in their entirety. And if that wasn't enough, more Joy Division tracks at the encore.

05/20/2018 12:13pm

The strobe lights were pulsing and videos of weird visuals containing cryptic sketches stimulated our imaginations as avant-garde pop artist Ariel Pink and his band played songs off his most recent album Dedicated to Bobby Jameson.

05/19/2018 6:28pm

"MGMT are back" read a sign that a fan made, but sadly wasn't allowed to bring along inside the Hollywood Palladium.

05/18/2018 5:48pm

Like kids with ADHD, the duo could hardly keep still, dancing all over the stage while performing songs off their recently released debut album “Treehouse”. Sophie Hawley-Weld wielded her Flying V guitar as she sang more than a few songs in Portuguese while Tucker Halpern kept the tribal beats flowing.

05/18/2018 2:36pm

The Brian Jonestown Massacre are about to release their Something Else full-length on June 1—to be followed in September by another new full-length—and they'll be playing this show at the Fonda just days before it comes out! Want to enter to win tickets? Email us at with subject 'BJM' and we'll pick winners at random before the show!

La Opinión

La Opinión

915 Wilshire Blvd 800
Los Angeles, CA 90017   Directions

(213) 622-8332

Barcelona no superó los 99 goles en liga y se quedó a sólo a uno de los 6,000
05/20/2018 6:05pm

Así termina el cuadro culé esta temporada en La Liga...

Mueller cerraría investigación sobre Trump antes de septiembre
05/20/2018 5:38pm

Las declaraciones las hizo el nuevo miembro del equipo legal de Trump, Rudolph Giuliani

¡Respect! El adiós de Andrés Iniesta hizo vibrar a Barcelona y toda su afición
05/20/2018 5:03pm

El eterno capitán vivió su último día como blaugrana en medio de una fiesta que glorificó su paso por el fútbol

3 razones por las que USCIS podría rechazar peticiones de “green card” y ciudadanía
05/20/2018 4:40pm

Los cambios de estatus migratorio son revisados caso por caso, pero hay aspectos a considerar

Hombre de Ohio llama a la Policía al ser perseguido por un “cerdo desconocido”
05/20/2018 4:39pm

Los agentes pensaron que estaba borracho, pero la amenaza era real

LA Weekly

LA Weekly

3861 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA 90230   Directions

(310) 574-7100

Audra McDonald: Using Her Voice for Progression and Unity
05/18/2018 7:48pm

Tony winner Audra McDonald brings her dulcet soprano to the Music Center for one performance only, Sunday, May 20, at 3 p.m., with topical and playful new songs written for her, as well as show tunes and selections from the American Songbook.

Mapping Meghan Markle's Los Angeles Life Before the Royal Wedding
05/18/2018 4:59pm

An exclusive and inclusive "Meghan Markle tour of L.A."

Shoreline Mafia Are Ready to Annihilate at Hometown Show
05/18/2018 2:02pm

Formed by Ohgeesy, Fenix Rob Vicious and Master Kato, L.A.'s Shoreline Mafia collective is here to tell the story of childhood friends who truly discovered the power in creating music. Coming from all walks of life, it was the friendship and loyalty deeply rooted within them that drove them to success.

Highland Park Brewery's New Chinatown Location Has Us Pounding Pilsners
05/18/2018 8:27am

In March, Kunz opened the huge new 9,000-square-foot showcase brewpub across from the Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown. It’s a gorgeous space with a bowstring truss ceiling, miles of exposed brick, a handsome red-tiled bar and a striking black concrete floor. Out front, there’s a cozy patio under string lights. Around back, there's an open view of the new 15-barrel brewhouse, double the size of the previous space, which is still operating on the opposite slope of Mount Washington.

"Residence II" Presents Surprising Affinities and New Old Laddie John Dill Works
05/18/2018 8:25am

A new popup exhibition in West L.A. surprises audiences with something of an art-nerd unicorn — work by Cool School legend Laddie John DIll that has somehow never been shown before.