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Los Angeles Business Journal
5700 Wilshire Blvd 170
Los Angeles, CA 90036 Directions
Koreatown-based bank Pacific City Financial Corp. filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission July 17 announcing plans for an initial public offering on Nasdaq. The bank plans to raise up to $50 million.
The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles announced July 17 that it awarded a record $100 million in grants to more than 2,600 nonprofit organizations last year.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on July 17 voted to place a parcel tax on the November ballot to raise a projected $300 million a year to reduce runoff of polluted stormwater.
MTech Capital’s new $75M fund for “InsureTech;” smart key maker Openpath raises $20M; Pelican Products has an new consumer marketing team leader
The Keck School of Medicine of USC will lead a nearly $27 million study on why African-American men were more likely to die from prostate cancer.
Los Angeles Downtown News
1264 W. First St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026 Directions
DTLA -The Financial District’s Ritz Milner Hotel opened in 1923 and closed in August 2017 for renovations, with few details provided at the time. Now the scope of the work is finally coming into play, as is a timeline.
DTLA - Inglewood’s Faithful Central Bible Church has launched a Downtown campus. The church took over the chapel in Skid Row’s Union Rescue Mission at 545 S. San Pedro St. Services started on July 8.
DTLA - When Elizabeth Peterson-Gower and Tony Gower shuttered their pub Royal Clayton’s in 2010, it drew a significant amount of consternation in Downtown Los Angeles. The Arts District at the time didn’t have anything close to the number of…
DTLA - The Japanese American National Museum recently announced that it has received a sizable grant.
DTLA - The owners of At Mateo have inked a deal with Spotify to make the streaming music giant the anchor tenant of the Arts District complex. In the process, the project has been repositioned, completing a shift from a…
Los Angeles Times
202 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 Directions
If you consider yourself a brownie fan, you can never have too many great recipes. Whether you prefer your brownies made with milk or dark chocolate (or both), cake-like or fudgy or perhaps inspired by other desserts (German chocolate cake, anyone?), we have more than a dozen of our favorite recipes,...
When quarterback Philip Rivers bought 8 acres of land in Rancho Santa Fe two years ago for $4.7 million, the Chargers still played in San Diego. Now, with the Bolts in Los Angeles, Rivers has put the plot on the market for $5.299 million. The property is one of about 40 large-lot estates in Rancho...
Filmmaker Spike Jonze has purchased a Midcentury home in Malibu’s Point Dume area for 5.85 million, property records show. Built in 1956, the post-and-beam house sits on an acre with abundant ocean views. Clerestory windows and tile floors fill the floor plan, which spans roughly 2,000 square feet....
A stretch of Highway 1 south of Big Sur, closed for 14 months after a massive landslide, is expected to reopen Wednesday morning, two days ahead of schedule, according to Caltrans. It’s good news for travelers, who can now cover the entire coastal route that was blocked at a place called Mud Creek....
Early in Evgenia Citkowitz’s thrillingly hushed and haunted novel, half-doting husband Michael recalls his third date with wife-to-be Catherine: “On a lucky hunch, he had bought tickets to a concert performance of Monteverdi’s ‘L’Orfeo’ …. The opera, written in Italian, retold the mythic story...
11175 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025 Directions
“Creepshow,” the Steven King-inspired horror anthology that surged in theaters in the 1980s, will resurface in 2019 on streaming video. AMC Networks’ Shudder, a subscription video on demand outlet., plans to revive the concept, and has greenlit a new “Creepshow” TV series, with Greg Nicotero, the special effects and makeup auteur who has gained new fame […]
Xbox is teaming up with West Coast Customs to give away a one-of-a-kind “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds”-themed bus during its Xbox One Summer of PUBG program. The PUBG Bus will debut at San Diego Comic-Con, which starts tomorrow and runs until July 22. People can check it out at Petco Park during the convention, no badge required. […]
The 2018 MLB All-Star Game on Fox is currently on par with the numbers it drew in 2017 in the Tuesday overnight ratings. The game is currently at a 2.1 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.3 million viewers, though due to the nature of live sports those numbers will be subject to adjustment later today. In […]
Netflix is getting into the radio biz: The streamer has entered into a pact with SiriusXM to launch a 24-hour comedy channel set to debut by January 2019. For Netflix, the channel on SiriusXM will be a promotional vehicle for its broad lineup of stand-up specials from comedians including Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer […]
Veteran “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” producers Louis Shaw Milito and Phil Conserva (pictured) have launched their own indie producer, Boilermaker Entertainment, which will work across scripted and unscripted TV, and feature films. The newly-created shingle will be based in LA. It has already sealed a deal with Vesuvian Media Group and will work up projects […]