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Dein Horoskop im April – So stehen die Sterne in diesem Monat

Der feurige April ist da – und bietet uns die Chance, unsere Leben in diesem Monat selbstbestimmt zum Besseren zu verändern. Schon ab dem 3. April haucht der Botenplanet Merkur, jetzt im Widder, unseren Gesprächen neue Leidenschaft ein. Der 9. April vereint dann den verantwortungsbewussten Saturn mit den Mondknoten des Schicksals; eine karmische Verbindung, die unsere Hingabe zu unseren Verpflichtungen stärkt.Zur Mitte des Monats fühlen wir uns zunehmend emotionaler: Der Neumond im Widder erhell...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Mars, Pluto, Kraft, Venus, Luft, Feuer, Zwilling, Sonne, Sterne, Umgang, Krebs, Stier, Konkurrenz


15 Tipps, um deine Fernfreundschaften zu pflegen

Im Gegensatz zu Fernbeziehungen wird selten darüber geredet, was man tun kann, um Fernfreundschaften zu pflegen. Nur, weil hier möglicherweise weniger auf dem Spiel steht, bedeutet das aber noch lange nicht, dass diese Art von Beziehung nicht auch Aufwand erfordert. Schließlich sind unsere Freund:innen genauso wichtig wie unsere Partner:innen (manchmal sogar noch wichtiger). Was wärst du denn schließlich ohne deine Squad?Zum Glück wird es dank moderner Technologie immer einfacher, mit Freund:in...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, London, Paypal, Paris, Sydney, Philadelphia, Facetime, Brasserie, Tipps, Technologie, Kontakt, Mir, Feuer, Trotz


Officials, Stop AAPI Hate founder urge Asian community to report incidents

Mayor Eric Garcetti and other Los Angeles officials gathered on Friday, March 19, with the co-founder of the nonprofit Stop AAPI Hate to address the rise in hate crimes and hate incidents against the Asian American community and to urge the public to report any instance of hate to law enforcement. “We are seeing record violence and discrimination against Asian Pacific Islanders, primarily due to false narratives and bigoted lies surrounding COVID-19,” said Capri Maddox, executive director of the...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Community, City Council, Hate Crime, Lapd, Eric Garcetti, City Hall, Capri, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City, Los Angeles Police Department, Feuer


Few in Southern California prosecuted for refusing to comply with coronavirus laws

Outdoor dining at Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill in Burbank was bustling when Los Angeles County health inspectors visited on Dec. 13, with 20-plus customers eating and drinking, court documents show. But even outdoor dining had been banned in the county by then. Through January, health inspectors visited and cited the Western-themed bar that serves up burgers 28 times. It had its health permit suspended for refusing to close down, and early last week a Los Angeles Superior Court judge weighed in,...
Tags: Facebook, News, Police, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Orange County, Riverside County, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Anaheim, Los Angeles County, Riverside, Burbank


Mike Feuer and the fallout of the highly questionable LADWP settlement

There are political scandals, and there are corruption scandals, and then there’s the level of scandal that becomes a movie starring Jack Nicholson. Hollywood may have to cut a big check to screenwriter Robert Towne and get director Roman Polanski on a Zoom call to tell the story. Watch for the big scene where Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer can’t recall anything about how attorneys connected to his office represented both sides of a lawsuit over the failed billing system at the Los Angeles...
Tags: Hollywood, Jack Nicholson, California, Opinion, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Roman Polanski, Jones, Chinatown, Consumer Watchdog, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles City, Los Angeles Superior Court, Towne


City says L.A. nursing home accused of ‘cover-up’ dumped elderly residents to take in more expensive COVID-19 patients

A Los Angeles skilled nursing facility accused of dumping elderly and seriously ill residents to take in COVID-19 patients who brought in higher Medicare reimbursements will pay a fine and comply with a court-ordered monitor after settling a lawsuit with the city. The Lakeview Terrace Skilled Nursing Facility in Westlake agreed last week to the city’s demands for reforms and to pay $275,000 in penalties. In a July lawsuit, City Attorney Mike Feuer accused the facility of committing numerous abus...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Medicare, Weaver, Westlake, Lakeview, Feuer, City News Service, Mike Feuer, Top Stories LADN, Lakeview Terrace, Coronavirus, COVID


City sues homeowners in Pacoima, Panorama City whose properties saw frequent gang violence

The city attorney of Los Angeles is suing the owners of two homes in the San Fernando Valley he says were hubs for gang violence that left neighborhood residents fearing for their safety. A home at 13285 Corcoran Street in Pacoima was the site of five shootings since 2016, all targeting members of a gang who hung out there, City Attorney Mike Feuer alleged in one lawsuit. At another home at 14697 Plummer Street in Panorama City, law enforcement showed up in large numbers three separate times ove...
Tags: News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Trump, El Chapo, Los Angeles County, Burbank, Department, Feuer, San Fernando Valley, City News Service, Pacoima, Mike Feuer


History Slatin, Rudolf: Feuer und Schwert im Sudan. (german) V1.0 22.02.2021

Rudolf Carl Freiherr von Slatin (7. Juni 1857 in Ober St. Veit bei Wien; † 4. Oktober 1932 in Wien), österreichischer, ägyptischer und britischer Offizier, Forschungsreisender, ägyptischer Gouverneur der Großprovinz Darfur im Türkisch-Ägyptischen Sudan und Generalinspektor im Anglo-Ägyptischen Sudan. Während des Mahdi-Aufstand war Slatin in Gefechte mit den Mahdisten verwickelt. Von 1883-1895 war er Gefangener des Mahdi und seines Nachfolgers Kalif Abdallahi ibn Sayyid Muhammad. In seiner Auto...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Sudan, Leipzig, Feuer, Wien, Schwert, SLATIN, Slatin Rudolf, Rudolf Carl Freiherr von Slatin, Ober St Veit, Gefechte, Gefangener des Mahdi, Nachfolgers Kalif Abdallahi ibn Sayyid Muhammad, Anmerkungen zu Orten Personen


TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Blake Gray plead not guilty to Hollywood Hills COVID party charges

LOS ANGELES — Two TikTok stars pleaded not guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges for hosting two parties at their rented home in the Hollywood Hills in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Bryce Hall, 21, and Blake Gray, 20, were charged last August with one count each of causing a public nuisance by conducting a loud and unruly conduct gathering and violating the “Safer LA” emergency declaration. Hall and Gray hosted two parties at the home they share on Appian Way within less than a week, i...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Office, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Eric Garcetti, Hall, Gray, Los Angeles City, Feuer, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Mike Feuer, Top Stories LADN


LA sues Nevada firm over online sales of ‘ghost gun’ kits

LOS ANGELES  — Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced a lawsuit Wednesday against Nevada-based Polymer80 for allegedly violating federal and California law by selling “ghost gun” kits online. “Untraceable ghost guns are the emerging weapon of choice for criminals, here in L.A. and around the country. We’re fighting to stem this tide at a time when gun violence is devastating neighborhoods in our city,” Feuer said. “Nobody who could buy a serialized gun and pass a background check would e...
Tags: News, Guns, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nevada, Lapd, Gun Violence, Los Angeles City Council, Compton, Moore, South Los Angeles, Sullivan, ATF


L.A. sues Nevada firm over online sales of ‘ghost gun’ kits

LOS ANGELES  — Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced a lawsuit Wednesday against Nevada-based Polymer80 for allegedly violating federal and California law by selling “ghost gun” kits online. “Untraceable ghost guns are the emerging weapon of choice for criminals, here in L.A. and around the country. We’re fighting to stem this tide at a time when gun violence is devastating neighborhoods in our city,” Feuer said. “Nobody who could buy a serialized gun and pass a background check would e...
Tags: News, Guns, California, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nevada, Lapd, Gun Violence, Los Angeles City Council, Compton, Moore, South Los Angeles, Sullivan, ATF


17 Filme, die auf wahren Geschichten basieren & sehenswert sind

Viele der Filme, die wir lieben, haben eins gemein: Sie basieren nach wahrer Begebenheit. Offensichtlich liebt es Hollywood, die Realität als Grundlage zu nehmen, sie dann aber noch mal etwas aufzupolieren, sprich: sie unterhaltsamer, kunstvoller oder dramatischer – kurz gesagt: besser zu machen, als sie es eigentlich war.Manche Filme zeigen außergewöhnliche Momente der Menschheitsgeschichte, wie die Legende von Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln). Andere zeigen, wie einzigartig das Leben gewöhnlicher Me...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Usa, Hollywood, New York City, Barack Obama, Pennsylvania, Paris, Cambridge, Jane Austen, Liam Neeson, Seoul, Michael Keaton, Columbia, Welt, Michelle


LADWP lawsuit plaintiff sues city of LA over massive billing case

LOS ANGELES — A man who sued the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power over inaccurate utility billings filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday against the city over the way in which the city attorney’s office handled the case. Antwon Jones, who was a plaintiff in a settlement in 2017 when the DWP was forced to give refunds to customers after a massive billing snafu, claims that city officials used him as an “unwitting pawn” and conspired with Paradis Law Group, which he retained during the ...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, California, La, California News, Los Angeles, City, Sport, Soccer, Pwc, Ohio, Local News, Jones, Dwp, Peters


L.A. city attorney sues underground nightclub for hosting huge parties amid pandemic

An underground nightclub operating in defiance of pandemic shutdown orders in Los Angeles is now the target of a city lawsuit that’s seeking to have the location shuttered for good. City Attorney Mike Feuer said Monday that the small warehouse, located in the Fashion District in Downtown L.A. at 1114 S. Main Street, appeared closed, but was actually the site of numerous parties over recent months that he’s worried contributed to the spread of COVID-19. LAPD was already eyeing the location after ...
Tags: Lawsuit, News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Oscar, Lapd, Feuer, Hollywood Hills, Mike Feuer, Top Stories LADN, Fashion District, Crime and Public Safety, Party Society, David Taban


Warum habe ich gerade das Gefühl, dass mich niemand leiden kann?

Wie sollst du klarkommen, wenn die ganze Welt momentan nicht klarkommt? Keine Ahnung. Trotzdem stelle ich mir dieselbe Frage immer und immer wieder – obwohl uns das Jahr 2020 mit all seinen neuen Regeln und Realitäten eigentlich ohnehin genug Kopfschmerzen bereitet. Inzwischen habe ich den Punkt erreicht, an dem sich das ganze Chaos um mich herum inzwischen „normaler“ anfühlt als die tatsächliche Normalität und Sicherheit, die wir Anfang des Jahres noch hatten. In meinem Hirn stapeln sich tagein...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Oxford, Welt, Kontakt, Robin Dunbar, Heather, Feuer, Skype Facetime, Wie, Hilfe, Freund, Volk, Herz, Sorgen, Trost


Dein Horoskop im November – So stehen die Sterne in diesem Monat

Der neue Mond bringt neue Klarheit: Ab dem 3. November zieht der Merkur progerade ins Zeichen der Waage ein. Schluss mit Mercury in retrograde – es fällt uns nun wieder einfacher denn je, mit anderen zu kommunizieren. Aber so ganz haben wir den rückläufigen Merkur noch nicht überwunden. Bis zum 19. November verharrt der Botenplanet in seiner als Mercury Retroshade bekannten Schattenperiode und verdreht uns weiterhin den Kopf. Nun gilt: Immer mit der Ruhe, denn bald ist auch das überwunden. Wenn ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Kraft, Venus, Ruhe, Kontakt, Reich, Bild, Himmel, AB, Morgen, GEIST, Seite


Supreme Court grants Trump administration’s request to halt 2020 census

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, Oct. 13, halted the once-a-decade head count of every U.S. resident from continuing through the end of October, dealing a blow to local organizations pushing to finish their work. President Donald Trump’s administration had asked the nation’s high court to suspend a district court order permitting the 2020 census to continue through the end of the month. The Trump administration argued that the head count needed to end immediately so the U.S. Census Bureau will...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Associated Press, City Council, Donald Trump, Cal State Fullerton, Ucla, Southern California, City Hall, Ontario, Trump


Feuer & Flamme: Diese 13 Kerzen sind viel zu hübsch zum Anbrennen

Im Herbst und Winter wollen es sich die meisten von uns ja ohnehin so richtig schön gemütlich zu Hause machen. Doch in diesem Jahr ist das Verlangen mindestens doppelt so groß, denn nicht nur das Wetter, sondern auch Corona sorgt dafür, dass wir so oft es geht drinnen bleiben wollen. Deswegen ist es auch kein Wunder, wenn du jetzt so richtig Lust hast, deine Wohnung ein bisschen aufzuhübschen – mit neuer Wandfarbe, gemütlichen Kuscheldecken und schicken Kissen zum Beispiel. Wenn dir der Sinn ehe...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Charles, Shell, Feuer, Hause, Wunder, Apfel, Farben, Kerzen, Wohnung, Deswegen, Kerzen Wenn, Broste Copenhagen Kerze Bend, Broste Copenhagen Kerze Bend L, Volta Vienna HAY Pillar Kerze


Officials want more time from FAA to comment on Hollywood Burbank Airport project

Councilman Paul Krekorian and City Attorney Mike Feuer said Tuesday, Sept. 22, that the Federal Aviation Administration is still not giving people enough time to comment on plans for a terminal replacement project at the Hollywood Burbank Airport. Although the FAA granted a 21-day extension period for public comment on the environmental report for the proposed 14-terminal replacement project, the councilman and city attorney had asked for a 75-day extension. The public now has until Oct. 27 to c...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, Feuer, San Fernando Valley, Burbank Airport, Hollywood Burbank Airport, Mike Feuer, Paul Krekorian, Krekorian, Burbank Glendale Pasadena Airport Authority


LA needs more days to have its say on Burbank Airport project, says councilman and city attorney

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and Councilman Paul Krekorian said Tuesday that they have requested a 75-day extension for public comment on the Federal Aviation Administration’s environmental report on a proposal to replace the passenger terminal at Hollywood Burbank Airport. “This Burbank Airport project is a big deal, and San Fernando Valley residents deserve a full opportunity to weigh in with their views,” Feuer said. “That’s why I’m calling on the FAA to significantly ex...
Tags: Business, Politics, News, La, California News, Los Angeles, Recommended, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, Valley, Burbank, Los Angeles City, Feuer


Dein Horoskop im September – So stehen die Sterne in diesem Monat

Der September bringt frischen, positiven Wind – und das schon in den frühen Stunden des 2. September. Der Vollmond steht im Zeichen der sensiblen Fische und erfüllt uns mit neuem Optimismus. Das Sextil zwischen Mond und rückläufigem Uranus eröffnet uns so schon zu Monatsbeginn neue Lösungen für alte Probleme.Am 5. September macht sich der Bote Merkur auf den Weg zur sozialen Waage und öffnet unsere Herzen gegenüber neuen und alten Kontakten. Plötzlich erschließen sich uns beide Seiten einer Ause...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mars, Venus, Ruhe, Welt, Kontakt, Bild, Morgen, GEIST, Seite, Energie, Auch, Sinn, Feuer, Blick


TikTok stars Blake Gray and Bryce Hall charged with misdemeanors for huge pandemic parties in L.A.

Blake Gray and Bryce Hall, two stars of social video app TikTok, have been charged with misdemeanors after they held two large Hollywood house parties in defiance of local health orders, says the Los Angeles city attorney. Couldn't happen to two bigger jerks. Mayor Eric Garcetti famously shut off their power to stop the partying. The douchey duo face maximum sentences that include up to a year in jail. From the Associated Press: "If you have a combined 19 million followers on TikTok ...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, News, Justice, Los Angeles, Ap, Cbs, Associated Press, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Times, Hall, Gray, Feuer, Garcetti, Hollywood Hills, Tiktok


TikTok celebrities face charges for Hollywood Hills house parties during pandemic

By STEFANIE DAZIO | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — TikTok celebrities Bryce Hall and Blake Gray are facing criminal charges after they hosted recent parties in the Hollywood Hills despite the city’s ban on large gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, authorities said Friday. The Los Angeles city attorney’s office filed misdemeanor charges Thursday against Hall and Gray. The internet celebrities with millions of followers on TikTok share a home and allegedly held two parties less than a week...
Tags: Celebrities, News, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Associated Press, Britney Spears, Eric Garcetti, Hall, Gray, Los Angeles County, Feuer, Garcetti, Hollywood Hills


Weather Channel App To Change Practices After LA Lawsuit

The operator of The Weather Channel mobile app has agreed to change how it informs users about its location-tracking practices and sale of personal data as part of a settlement with the Los Angeles city attorney's office, officials said Wednesday. From a report: City Attorney Mike Feuer alleged in a 2019 lawsuit that app users were misled when they agreed to share their location information in exchange for personalized forecasts and alerts. Instead, the lawsuit claimed users were unaware they ha...
Tags: Los Angeles, Tech, Ibm, Feuer, Weather Company, Mike Feuer, TWC Product and Technology LLC, LA Lawsuit


Cities Sue Census Bureau Over Ending 2020 Head Count Early

(AP) — More than a half-dozen cities, counties and civil right groups sued the Trump administration on Tuesday, saying there was no justification for its decision to cut the 2020 census short by a month, and it will lead to the undercounting of minority communities and an inaccurate head count of every U.S. resident. The lawsuit filed in federal court in San Jose against the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Commerce, which oversees the statistical agency, asks a judge to reinstate a...
Tags: News, Congress, California, Washington, Senate, California News, Los Angeles, Ap, House, San Jose, Salinas, Donald Trump, Trump, Los Angeles City, Harris County, Feuer


Ever hit a pothole and want the city to pay for the damage?

Q. Dear Honk: Last week I was cruisin’ north on Vista Del Mar in the El Segundo/Playa del Rey area in my classic ’57 Chevy convertible. In the No. 1 lane there is a GIANT pothole. Of course I hit it with my left-front tire, causing damage. I haven’t yet gotten an estimate on fixing it. But it will cost, probably, $400 to $500. Can I contact the county/city and make them pay for this damage? – Dave Kingsley, Torrance A. With all of the various taxes Southern Californians face, you would certainly...
Tags: News, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Dave, Soccer, Driving, CalTrans, Chevy, CHP, Los Angeles City, Feuer, Dale Earnhardt, Anaheim Hills, Vista Del Mar, Honk


Longtime LA city employee Ron Deaton dies at 77

LOS ANGELES — Friends and colleagues are remembering Ron Deaton, a longtime Los Angeles city employee and former adviser to the City Council, who died on Tuesday at age 77. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer called Deaton “one of the great problem-solvers in L.A. history.” “He was incredibly smart and effective, full of integrity and deeply committed to the people and institutions of Los Angeles,” Feuer wrote on Twitter. “It was a privilege to work alongside him when I served on the City Counc...
Tags: Politics, News, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, David, Soccer, City Council, Times, Local News, Lapd, Los Angeles City Council, City Hall, State, Dwp


13 Books to Watch For in August

Stephenie Meyer’s retelling of “Twilight,” Isabel Wilkerson’s examination of American racism, a biography of the drug kingpin El Chapo, and plenty more.
Tags: News, Reagan, Meyer, Johnson, Alan, Smith, Ali, Ball, Michael, El Chapo, Joaquin, Mack, Kurt, Rick, Andersen, Wilkerson


Former L.A. City Councilman Hal Bernson dies at 89

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson, who served the northwestern San Fernando Valley for 24 years, has died at the age of 89, City Attorney Mike Feuer said Tuesday, July 21. City officials were informed by a former staffer that Bernson had passed away the night before. Bernson fought hard to improve earthquake safety in the city and was a booster of efforts to empower the San Fernando Valley to secede from the rest of Los Angeles. “I knew Hal Bernson for over quarter of a century, hav...
Tags: John Lewis, News, Congress, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Obituaries, Long Beach, Obituary, Chatsworth, Smith, Los Angeles City Council, Sarah, John Travolta, City Hall, Porter Ranch


LA city attorney pursues permanent injunction against Westlake-based nursing facility

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is seeking a permanent injunction against Lakeview Terrace Skilled Nursing Facility, a Westlake-based care facility that was recently cited by the state for violating regulations that included misrepresentation of medication records and improperly transferring out several sick, elderly or disabled residents. The complaint, filed in court on Tuesday, July 7, alleges the citations show that the facility violated the terms of a $600,000 settlement Feuer’s office...
Tags: Health, Business, News, La, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Seoul, United, Trump, Weaver, Westlake, Los Angeles City, Feuer, California Department of Public Health, Mike Feuer