Entertainment Industry Getting Hit Hard By Spread Of CoronavirusThe entertainment industry is bracing for a financial hit from coronavirus, with movie theaters closing around the world and productions and premieres being delayed or canceled as coronavirus continues to spread across the globe.
Broadway Revitalization Plan Would Ban Cars In Historic Downtown LA CorridorCity councilman Jose Huizar called for the city to study the possibility of making Broadway a car-free zone between 1st and 12th streets in downtown.
Los Angeles Tourism Could See $921 Million Hit From Coronavirus OutbreakLos Angeles’s tourism and convention board expects to see a drop of 325,000 Chinese visitors to the City of Angels this year, translating into a $921 million hit to the local economy.
Woody Phillips, Founder Of Woody's Bar-B-Que, Dies At 78Woody Phillips, the founder of Woody's Bar-B-Que, known as the patriarch of the so-called "First Family of Barbecue" has died.
Apple Ordered To Pay Caltech $837M In Wi-Fi Patent CaseA Los Angeles jury Wednesday awarded $1.1 billion in damages to Caltech — $837 million from Apple and $270 million from Broadcom.
Taco Bell To Raise Salaries Of Some Managers To $100K, Offer Paid Sick LeaveTaco Bell says they will raise the salaries for some of its store managers to $100,000 as part of a slate of ambitious New Year’s resolutions for 2020.
Caught On Camera: Uber Eats Delivery Driver Takes Package From Front PorchA Sunset Beach man was shocked after his newly-mounted security camera caught an Uber Eats delivery person taking a package from his front door.
Hyundai And Uber Unveil Air Taxi Concept At Consumer Electronics Show 2020Hyundai Global, partnered with Uber, unveiled its Air Taxi concept model at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Pier 1 Imports To Close Hundreds Of Stores, Lay Off Corporate Workforce Pier 1 Imports is set to close nearly half of its stores as the home goods retailer reportedly lurches closer to bankruptcy.
California Unemployment Rate Remains At Lowest Since 1970sThe Golden State continues to shine when it comes to creating jobs.
Forever 21 To Close 12 SoCal Stores, Laying Off Up To 400 EmployeesThe Chapter 11 filing by Los Angeles-based fashion retailer Forever 21 will soon lead to the closure of 21 stores in the state — including 12 in Southern California.