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Special Olympics World Games Bids Farewell To Los Angeles

After more than a week of weightlifting, horseback riding, swimming, soccer matches and dozens of other competitions, 6,500 athletes from 165 countries braced themselves Sunday for perhaps the most emotional Special Olympics World Games event on their schedule — saying goodbye to a city that has embraced them.

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Ask A Los Angeles Expert: How To Find The Perfect Babysitter

A babysitter who understands how to connect with a child in simple conversation can go a long way with a child’s trust factor.

07/31/2015

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Best Hipster Hangout Spots In Los Angeles

The top five hipster hangouts in Los Angeles that you probably haven’t heard of.

07/30/2015

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LA City Councilman Spends $1,000 To Fix His Own Sidewalk

Got a thousand bucks to spare? Then you can go ahead and repair that broken sidewalk outside your home.

07/29/2015

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Best Bars With Drinking Games In Los Angeles

From beirut and flip cups to turtle racing, we hunted down the best bars that feature drinking games in L.A.

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Best Cheesecakes In Los Angeles

Pastry chefs put their signature touch on these desserts giving L.A. many exceptional cheesecake options.

07/29/2015

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Best Places For Caviar In Los Angeles

Caviar is an acquired taste and not well suited for the average palate and budget. But for those that regularly indulge they know exactly where to go to get it.

07/29/2015

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New Councilman Cancels Spending Planned By Predecessor, Tom LaBonge

Newly-elected Los Angeles City Councilman David Ryu has succeeded in cancelling various projects planned and funded by his predecessor, Tom LaBonge.

07/28/2015

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Special Olympians Receive Free Screenings, Glasses For Vision Problems

Nearly 1,000 Special Olympics athletes will leave this week’s World Games in Los Angeles with more than medals and memories.

07/28/2015

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LA Boy Scouts Official Says ‘Only Small Fraction’ Of Troops Will Opt Out

The Boy Scouts councils in Los Angeles and Orange counties were moving Tuesday to implement a decision made by the national organization to allow openly gay Scoutmasters and volunteers.

07/28/2015

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Best Lasagna In Los Angeles

While the rest of the state can’t be vouched for, should you find yourself in Los Angeles and in the mood, stop into any of these places for some of the best lasagna on the West Coast.

07/28/2015

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Boston’s Withdrawal From Olympics Bid May Propel LA’s Chances As 2024 Host

As Boston drops out of the running to host the 2024 Olympics, Los Angeles finds itself as a possible frontrunner to host the games for the third time.

07/27/2015

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Boston Bows Out Of Olympics Bid; LA Mayor Open To ‘Discussions’

Does the U.S. Olympic Committee love L.A. after all?

07/27/2015

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Best Public Art In Los Angeles

Public art is a way of life and it’s thriving in Los Angeles.

07/27/2015

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What You Need During A Power Outage

Whether you are new to Los Angeles or a seasoned resident, when the lights go out, it’s a problem. This is an electric city and when there isn’t any power, the place gets a bit nutty. Here are a few tips to get you through the next power outage and hopefully maintain your sanity after it’s restored.

07/27/2015

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