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++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Last week, the City Council voted 12 to 0 to approve a sweeping set of zoning changes that will encourage larger and more dense development downtown. The new rules are only the latest move toward the...
In the shattered calm of the Mexican night, sitting atop a railroad tanker car, Cary Joji Fukunaga didn't yet know that a man was being murdered. But he'd heard the screams, gunshots and shouts in Spanish of "Bandits!" and he was bracing to make a run for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew York Both the newly opened Lafayette and the Bowery hotels were created by Eric Goode and Sean MacPherson, who run other New York venues such as the Maritime Hotel and the Waverly Inn. Lafayette House: This 19th century town house near Greenwich...
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NORTH HOLLYWOOD -- The city of Los Angeles is raising parking fees in an attempt to generate more revenue, and it's not sitting well with some local business owners. Parking meters in North Hollywood are now charging upwards of $1 per hour, with a...
Vincent was the assistant choreographer to Michael Peters for Thriller as well as a dancer in Thriller. Vincent began to direct and choreograph for Michael Jackson after this experience. He most recently appeared on Bravo's "Step it Up and Dance" as a...
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Times Staff WriterThe small theaters and cafes that fill streets near the studios in NoHo don't in any way bring Texas to mind, but if you head out a little further on Vineland — a little deeper into the Valley — the buildings flatten down and the landscape...
Cool breezes, drinks, scenes I'll take Manhattan. The lovely seaside town of Manhattan Beach is offering Hollywood-style glamour with all that fresh ocean air. The Shade Hotel's Zinc Lounge is a Kate Hudson fave, while Liz Phair digs the scene at Café...
Times Staff WriterMaybe the band has just finished its encore, or maybe the bartender just announced the dreaded "last call," but it's well past the other side of midnight and there's no denying it: You're hungry and far from ready to call it a night. The bacon-wrapped...
Revealingly attired women ponder the perks and privileges of being gorgeous in a series of autobiographical monologues at Raleigh Studios. Don't hate them because they're beautiful. Physical perfection can be a heavy burden to bear. Don't throw rotten...
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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 4, 1999 Director Robert Meyer Burnett and his co-writer Mark A. Altman breathe new life into the Hollywood-set romantic comedy genre with their funny, sharp and engaging "Free Enterprise," their debut feature; Regent Entertainment has...
Times Staff WriterAnchored by the NoHo Arts District with its art galleries, restaurants and more than 20 live theaters, North Hollywood attracts an eclectic mix of entertainment industry workers and artists, families and merchants. The east San Fernando Valley city is...
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