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Ah, Oktoberfest, a German Celebration that’s filled with meat, meat covered in cheese, and all other foods that could possibly be made out of animal byproduct. It’s basically a vegans dream come true.
Authorities say a 29-year-old man convicted of two residential burglaries and attempted burglary could get more than 100 years to life in prison when he’s sentenced next month.
What do Houdini and Hanson have in common (besides all of the ladies they bed)? You could have seen both of them at the coolest festival of the season, if they were still around… With an event as awesome as the Bedrocktoberfest, it hard to believe it’s only $5.
Los Angeles pet owners may soon need to leash their dogs or feel the bite of a hefty fine.
This guide will give you the best shopping destinations all around Los Angele’s Little Tokyo.
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Make room in your closet this season for some fresh looks for game-day (or those days you just want to brag about your team’s win). Just becuase football is back doesn’t mean summer has to end. Protest the onset of winter while supporting your team in the Tri Big Play Reglan T-Shirt from Nike.
Sunday: Wake up; head to a sports bar, watch football, go home, sleep. Repeat next week.
There’s no way that your Sunday routine could get any better, right? Well, there is (and no, it does not involve that thing you and that girl did last night).
LA, meet TKP Provisions, the newest, and soon to be your favorite, addition to Sunday’s routine.
Barry Lancet, author of Tokyo Kill from Simon & Schuster, gives his guide for finding the best food in LA’s little tokyo.
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Two people were hospitalized Wednesday after a car-to-car shooting in South Los Angeles.
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A music festival set to take place in downtown Los Angeles this weekend could bring as much as $10 million to the city, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday.
One of Japan’s most popular restaurants, Kitakata Ramen Ban Nai, expanded this month from their 57 locations in Japan, and opened one across the pond, in Costa Messa.