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Downtown (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Dining Information: Farmers markets

    Dining Information: Farmers markets
    Farmers markets Atwater Village, Sunday: 3250 Glendale Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Burbank, Saturday: Orange Grove Avenue and 3rd Street, behind City Hall, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Calabasas, Saturday: Calabasas (Old Town): 23504 Calabasas Road at...
  • Metro Trains Hit 2 People Near Downtown, 1 Dead

    Metro Trains Hit 2 People Near Downtown, 1 Dead
    LOS ANGELES -- A woman was critically injured and a man killed when they were struck by separate Metro trains Thursday, about 5 1/2 hours apart. The woman, 49, was hit by a Metro Blue Line train around 8 p.m. in the 1500 block of South Flower Street,...
  • Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show Moves to Los Angeles Convention Center, February 14 & 15

    Los Angeles, January 21, 2009 -- If you're looking for adventure, escape and worldwide travel opportunities, then drop the remote and head to the Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show. The show, which is value-priced adventure in itself, will be...
  • Calendar: events from February to March 2009

    DAVIS California Duck Days When, where: Feb. 20 to 21, Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters and the Davis Arts Center. Highlights: A wetlands festival with a gala reception, more than 40 field trips and workshop and wildlife viewings. Cost: Some...
  • At L.A. carwashes, taking a stand

    "Compañero, how do they treat you here?" The stranger addressed Manuel Varela, a worker at Nary's Hand Car Wash on Beverly Boulevard, in Spanish. "Badly," Varela answered, continuing to pass tickets to motorists as they pulled in. Curious, Gabriel...
  • Mock funeral procession in L.A. seeks to draw attention to worker fatalities

     
    A mock funeral procession made its way through L.A.’s Pico Union and Koreatown neighborhoods Saturday as part of a “memorial day” rally honoring workers injured or killed in the workplace each year. Labor activists and area unions helped put...
  • Michael Jackson portrait puts the tin in Tinseltown: pop cans, Pop art 'King of Pop'

     
    By now, hundreds of thousands of viewers have seen Jeff Koons' "Michael Jackson and Bubbles," the gilded porcelain life-size sculpture of the King of Pop and his beloved chimpanzee that has been on display at the Los Angeles County Museum......
  • Amgen Tour Of California Stage One Speeds By Sacramento

    Amgen Tour Of California Stage One Speeds By Sacramento
    Thousands watched as Stage One of the Amgen Tour of California finished today in Sacramento. Mark Cavendish of Great Britain took first place in the opening stage by completing the 104. 3 mile route in 4 hours, 4 minutes, and 46 seconds. The stage began...
  • Two wheels work

    Two wheels work
    DOWNTOWN — Bicyclists on the eve of national Bike to Work Day took to the streets of Burbank on Thursday, advocating for more dedicated routes and safer road conditions. Burbank is among the latest cities in the region to approve a collection of...
  • RACE: ARE WE SO DIFFERENT?

    Gayle Anderson was live at the California Science Center to experience the exhibit "RACE: ARE WE SO DIFFERENT?" open to the public now through December 31st, 2009. "RACE" explores the science, history and personal experiences of race, helping us...
  • Cirque Bezerk

    Allie Mack Kay was live in Downtown Los Angeles to give us a preview of the Cirque Bezerk. Following a roaring opening weekend with rave reviews from the media and a swarm of positive online buzz, Cirque Berzerk, LA's sexy, gothic circus extravaganza, is...