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Ben Shapiro Lists 1930s Spanish Revival-Style Compound

Last month, Ben Shapiro publicly announced his intent to relocate The Daily Wire — the popular media organization he co-founded in 2015 — and his family from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee, a place more in line with the conservative political commentator’s idealogical views. And it appears Shapiro has wasted little time in making good […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Influencers, Entertainers, Nashville Tennessee, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, San Fernando Valley, Shapiro, Ben Shapiro, Valley Village, Daily Wire


Rape charges pile up for Ron Jeremy, including 2 new cases in San Fernando Valley

LOS ANGELES — Adult film star Ron Jeremy pleaded not guilty Wednesday to seven new sexual assault charges involving alleged attacks on a half-dozen women, bringing the number of his alleged victims to 23. Jeremy — whose real name is Ronald Jeremy Hyatt — is now facing 11 counts of forcible rape, eight counts of sexual battery by restraint, six counts of forcible oral copulation, five counts of forcible penetration by a foreign object and one count each of sodomy, assault with intent to commit ra...
Tags: Hollywood, Celebrities, News, Sexual Assault, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Harvey Weinstein, Beverly Hills, Jeremy, Local News, West Hollywood, Ron Jeremy, Danny Masterson, Los Angeles County, Woodland Hills


Trustees name Erika D. Beck as new Cal State Northridge president

NORTHRIDGE — The president of CSU Channel Islands was named Thursday as the successor to retiring Cal State Northridge President Dianne Harrison. Erika D. Beck will take over the CSUN presidency Jan. 11. Her selection was announced Thursday morning by the California State University Board of Trustees. “From the robust academic programs to inspirational athletic competition to the expansive opportunities for arts and culture, I am inspired by the impact that CSUN has in shaping the face of the Sa...
Tags: Education, California, Washington, Beck, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, San Diego, San Jose, Florida State University, Local News, Council, Ventura, Northridge, San Luis Obispo, CSU


Ballots found discarded on Los Feliz street

As seen in a Daily News file photo, clerk Joseph Gabriel M Gavile places a zip tie through the hole on the ballot envelope at the ballot processing center at the LA County Registrar temporary building at the Fairplex in Pomona on Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. ABC7 reported that multiple ballots were found Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a Los Feliz street. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/ SCNG) LOS ANGELES — Multiple ballots were found scattered along with mail on a street in Los Feliz, and an ...
Tags: Politics, News, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Dhs, Soccer, Pomona, Los Angeles County, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Los Feliz, South Gate, Fairplex, 2020 Elections, Top Stories LADN


Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Oct. 29-Nov. 5

  The Community Altar for Dia de los Muertos on display through Nov. 4 in Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles. (Photo by Beau Ryan/Grand Park)   Take a chance on cultural and educational experiences, Oct. 29-Nov. 5   EVENTS   Grand Park – Día de los Muertos Community Altars: Visit 11 altars, curated by Self Help Graphics, 5 a.m.-10 p.m. Oct. 29 through Nov. 4 (prerecorded audio guides to the altars available through Grand Park’s YouTube channel; masks and social distancing required; Grand ...
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Garcetti says there’s no information suggesting any widespread plot to disrupt election with violence or intimidation

LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday night there is “no intelligence” suggesting any sort of widespread plot to carry out violence or voter-intimidation locally during the upcoming election, but he said police will “prepare for the worst” while hoping for the best. “We are very prepared for the elections, but at the same time, I don’t want to buy into a narrative that there’s going to be chaos during our elections,” Garcetti said. “We prepare for the worst, but we are hoping and expe...
Tags: Elections, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Biden, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Public Safety, Los Angeles Police Department, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Garcetti, South Gate, 2020 Elections, Top Stories LADN


Photos: Alemany High hosts drive-by ‘trunk or treat’ for adults with developmental disabilities

When the coronavirus pandemic forced Bishop Alemany High School to cancel its annual Halloween Dance for adults with developmental disabilities living in the group homes around the area they decided to host a socially distanced “trunk or treat” event instead. Faculty, staff, students, campus administrators and the community came together to organize, donate, decorate and volunteer for the event to keep the 30-plus-year tradition alive. Cars pulled up to stations with colorfully decorated cars a...
Tags: Halloween, News, La, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Mary, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN, Photos And Videos, Alemany High, Bishop Alemany High School, Coronavirus


Photos: Mobile Vote Center rolls into South Gate as election day draws near

  The Los Angeles County Registrar is bringing the polling place to the workplace these days. The county elections team rolled a Mobile Vote Center to AltaMed Health Services in South Gate on Wednesday, Oct. 28. The movable polling place aligned with state and county public health and safety guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic, with social distancing and facemasks required at the outdoor center. AltaMed is hosting several such outdoor voting events in tandem with the county, as part of its ...
Tags: Elections, News, Sport, Dhs, Soccer, Wisconsin, Trump, San Fernando Valley, South Gate, 2020 Elections, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories SGVT, AltaMed Health Services, Miles Taylor


‘Flipping Out’ Star Jeff Lewis Lists Sherman Oaks Compound

House flipping Bravolebrity Jeff Lewis is up to his old tricks again — the “Flipping Out” star has put another house up for sale, this one a large, sprawling compound in L.A.’s celeb-favored San Fernando Valley enclave of Sherman Oaks. But this time, the serial entrepreneur and radio show host’s latest flip isn’t really a […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Entertainers, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Douglas Elliman, reality TV stars, Jeff Lewis, Bravolebrity Jeff Lewis, Sherman Oaks Compound


Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner Buy Side-by-Side Hidden Hills Mansions

The Kardashian-Jenner clan is known for many things: nonstop family dramatics, conspicuous consumption, their tenacious grip on fame. And above all, for their love of Hidden Hills, the guard-gated community deep within L.A.’s San Fernando Valley that has served as the proverbial family seat for many years — since long before “Keeping Up With the […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Entertainers, San Fernando Valley, Kardashian Jenner, Hidden Hills, reality TV stars, Khloe Kardashian Kris Jenner


Football survey shows local coaches have mixed feelings about the season starting on time or not

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The high school football season has been in question for months. In March when a worldwide pandemic was announced, during the summer when no workouts were allowed, and even in July when CIF announced its altered calendar, the season was in question. As we approach November, it’s still in question. The only difference is the season’s start date is getting closer and there isn’t enough road to kick the can d...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Disneyland, Kennedy, High School Sports, Steve Harvey, Cougars, Harvey, Westlake, St Francis, San Fernando Valley, Cassidy, Los Angeles Unified School District


Elections 2020: A last look at who’s running in and around the San Fernando Valley

On the eve of Election Day, the future of San Fernando Valley political leadership is in front of voters. The presidency is on the ballot. But so are scores of races in and around the San Fernando Valley. Come January, whoever voters choose will have a bearing on policy decisions on everything from housing for the homeless to being a check on presidential power to aid for small business to education policy. That’s not to mention the local, state and federal approaches to environmental and labor ...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Hollywood, News, California, Sport, Soccer, Smith, Ventura County, Brad Sherman, Garcia, Valley, Burbank, Sun Valley, Adam Schiff, LA County


Happy (legal) Halloween: It’s Creepy vs. The Creeps in LA horror-comics lawsuit

LOS ANGELES — The copyrights holder of Creepy magazine, a horror-comics magazine that lived for decades on newsstands, is suing the owner/publisher of The Creeps magazine in Los Angeles for alleged trademark infringement, according to court papers obtained Wednesday, Oct. 28. The suit, filed in federal court on Tuesday by New Comic Company LLC, alleges that Richard J. Sala’s The Creeps is a “knock-off” version of now-defunct Creepy magazine, which was launched in 1964 by legendary horror magazin...
Tags: Facebook, Halloween, Business, Lawsuit, Creepy, News, La, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Warren, Mary, Sala, San Fernando Valley, James Warren


Fierce and fearless, Charlotte McConaghy’s ‘Migrations’ takes readers on an incredible journey

By Caitlin Hicks You like this character, you want to go on this journey with her, and then she says: “I’ve decided to die.” It’s only page 27. Beautiful and emotional, “Migrations” is a story for the ages, a meditation on what connects us throughout our evolutionary history. Without sentimentality, Charlotte McConaghy takes the reader on a searing emotional roller coaster right to the edge of the abyss, and then she pushes. A wild woman who will leap without hesitation into freezing water to re...
Tags: Books, Hbo, America, Sport, Taiwan, Things To Do, Soccer, Disneyland, Lenny Kravitz, San Fernando Valley, Ennis, Yellowstone Park, Fanny, McConaghy, Charlotte McConaghy, Caitlin Hicks


California behind schedule, $390 million short on Exide cleanup, state audit finds

The California Department of Toxic Substances Control is behind schedule on the cleanup of thousands of Los Angeles County properties contaminated with lead dust and will need to spend $390 million more than what it has to complete the work, according to a state audit released Tuesday. The report by the State Auditor’s Office concludes the “state’s poor management” of the cleanup related to the Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon has left thousands of Californians at risk of lead poisoning. ...
Tags: News, California, Office, Environment, California News, Sport, Indiana, Taiwan, Public Health, Soccer, Williams, Local News, Aliso Canyon, Porter Ranch, Socalgas, State


LAUSD invests $1 million to support homeless, foster youths

Students facing homelessness or living in foster care will receive additional support during distance learning, the Los Angeles Unified School District announced Tuesday, Oct. 27. The nation’s second-largest district will invest $1 million, funded by Verizon, to provide a supervised space where students can study, access childcare and receive one-on-one tutoring, extra instructional materials and other support services. The district will also provide packages containing surge outlets, noise-canc...
Tags: Verizon, News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles Unified School District, Austin Beutner, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Coronavirus, Related Articles Cal State Dominguez Hills


Radio fans aren’t losing LA Oldies, but there’s an overnight change on the way

Changes are coming to LA Oldies K-Surf (1260 AM; 105.1HD2) – at least to the AM portion of the simulcast. Beginning Friday, Nov. 13th at 8 p.m., the station will feature Music ’Til Dawn, which will play classical music all night long until 6 a.m. I am sure you’re already wondering: Classical? On AM? On a station that has been building a small but fiercely loyal audience playing primarily pop and rock from the 1960s and ‘70s? Station owner Saul Levine explained the thought process to me in a seri...
Tags: Usa, La, Sport, Soccer, Broadway, Rmt, American Airlines, San Pedro, Mozart, Eagles, CBS Radio, Valley, Levine, San Fernando Valley, Tom Kennedy, Dave Hull


Cal State Dominguez Hills program seeks to train math and science teachers for local schools

Carson’s Cal State Dominguez Hills has received a $7.6 million federal grant to train 350 aspiring, low-income math and science teachers for LAUSD schools over the next five years, including those in the South Bay cities of Carson, Gardena and Lomita, and the Los Angeles neighborhoods of San Pedro, Wilmington and Harbor City. The Accelerated Preparation Program for Leaders in Education — or APPLE — will give prospective teachers the opportunity to earn credentials for both multiple and single su...
Tags: Apple, Education, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, South Bay, Carson, LA County, San Fernando Valley, San Pedro Wilmington, Lomita, Hamdan, Cal State Dominguez Hills


We went inside the ‘American Horror Story’ Murder House ahead of virtual Halloween event

Back in 2015, Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and his wife, actress Angela Oakenfold, fell in love with the stunning six-bedroom, 10,400-square foot Alfred Rosenheim Mansion in Los Angeles’ Country Club Park. The house has been featured in several feature films, television shows, music videos — and it played a significant role in the first season of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” TV series. It’s from that show that the residence got its nickname, “The Murder House.” Built in 1908 by L.A. architect ...
Tags: Halloween, TV, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Streaming, Catholic, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Evan Peters, Mary, Tiffany, Schwarz, Tate


Spend Halloween weekend searching for ghosts in the Queen Mary’s most haunted spots

With minimal staff and no passengers on board due to the coronavirus pandemic, the many spirits that are said to haunt the Queen Mary have had the entire ship all to themselves for months. But on Halloween weekend their rest from the living may be disturbed by a small group of ghost hunters who will trek through the vacant ship to try to make contact with these spirits. And anyone can join in the live hunt and spend all day, and all night if you dare, inside the ship’s most haunted spots virtual...
Tags: Halloween, America, Sport, Aiden, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Streaming, Time Magazine, Mary, Queen Mary, Sinclair, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Five years later, has Porter Ranch recovered from Aliso Canyon well blowout?

Aliso Canyon: Five Years of Tumult Part one: The leak spurred quite literally dozens of suits involving thousands of plaintiffs. Part two: An infographic offers a glimpse of the leak, the effort to stop it and trends in energy consumption in California. Part three: Five years after Aliso Canyon gas leak, public health at the heart of the tug-of-war . Part four, today: In Porter Ranch, development returns, but angst endures for some residents. Part five, Tuesday, Oct. 27: The future of the faci...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, Politics, News, California, Housing, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Jerry Brown, Local News, Zillow, Public Safety, Cpuc


Community meetings in the San Fernando Valley, Oct. 26-Nov. 2

  LAUSD facilities worker Adrian Pacheco demonstrates a disinfecting gun which will be used to clean classrooms as LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner looks on Friday, August 7, 2020. The disinfectant system will disinfect an entire classroom in about 2 minutes. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences plus the potential for positive personal,change and community enrichment.   Wings ...
Tags: Cooking, Facebook, Halloween, Books, Gardening, Education, Trees, Charity, Edgar Allan Poe, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Veterans, House, Community, Lausd


Pope names 13 new cardinals, includes U.S. Archbishop Gregory

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Sunday named 13 new cardinals, including Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first Black U.S. prelate to earn the coveted red hat. In a surprise announcement from his studio window to faithful standing below in St. Peter’s Square, Francis said the churchmen would be elevated to a cardinal’s rank in a ceremony on Nov. 28. Other new cardinals include an Italian who is the long-time papal preacher at the Vatican, the Rev. Raniero Cantalames...
Tags: News, California, Washington, Religion, Sport, World news, Soccer, Pope Francis, Brunei, Vatican, Catholic Church, Pope, Vatican City, Francis, Siena, Umbria


Five years after Aliso Canyon gas leak, public health is at the heart of the tug-of-war

ALISO CANYON: FIVE YEARS OF TUMULT Part one: The leak spurred quite literally dozens of suits involving thousands of plaintiffs. Part two: An infographic offers a glimpse of the leak, the effort to cap it and energy consumption in California. Part three, today: Public health is at the heart of the tug-of-war. Part four, coming Monday, Oct. 26: Development returns to Porter Ranch, but anxiety endures. It was the single largest natural gas leak in U.S. history. The 109,000 metric tons of metha...
Tags: News, California, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Jerry Brown, Cpuc, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Porter Ranch Gas Leak, Aliso Canyon, Porter Ranch, Southern California Gas Co, Department of Public Health


Contaminated Exide plant turned over to state environmental trust

An environmental trust will take over the toxic Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon to prevent its bankrupt owners from abandoning the heavily contaminated facility, the Department of Toxic Substances Control announced Friday. Despite its earlier objections, California agreed to creation of the trust after a federal judge on Thursday rejected an emergency request to prevent Exide from dumping the site Oct. 30. The trust “avoids the many legal challenges posed by abandonment and ensures an or...
Tags: News, California, Boston, Environment, California News, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Doj, State, U S Department of Justice, South Bay, Vernon, U S Attorney s Office, LA County, San Fernando Valley


The LA Zoo has distinctive native plant types you might want to try in your own garden

At the entrance to the Los Angeles Zoo, I recently encountered three distinctive California native plants you might want to consider for your own garden. Along a ramp leading up to the entrance is a large planting of California wild roses (Rosa californica) that are currently showing off clusters of stunning red-orange hips. At this time of year when most flowering plants have shut down after a scorching summer, the brilliant hips grab your attention all the more. This is the classic color of ro...
Tags: Gardening, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Alaska, Kenya, Donald Trump, Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Baja California, The Associated Press, Columbine, Rosa, Nairobi


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, Oct. 24-31

  The annual pilgrimage of Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego images began on Oct. 22 at Muranaka Farms in Moorpark in Ventura County. This was the first visit of the images to a working farm and in partnership with the United Farm Workers of America and Muranaka Farms. The pilgrimage stops at parishes and cemeteries through November in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. It culminates in the 89th annual Procession and Mass on Dec. 6 in Los Angeles. (Photo by David Amador Riv...
Tags: Facebook, California, Church, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Pope Francis, Mexico City, Tim Clark, Francis, Local News, Ventura County, Matthew, Corinthians, Ventura


LA County kicks off early voting as Nov. 3 Election Day draws near

Eleven Days and counting … starting now. With Nov. 3 11 days away, early in-person voting is set to kick off en masse this morning at 118 vote centers across Los Angeles County in what is already a historic election in the region. The kick-off is the first of a two-phased opening of an array of what will be 766 centers throughout vast L.A. County, where 5.6 million voters are registered. The centers will be open for the 11 days (including today) leading up to and including Nov. 3. A second batch...
Tags: Politics, Elections, New York, News, La, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Associated Press, Los Angeles County, South Bay, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, County Board of Supervisors, 2020 Elections


LA County kicks off in-person voting today as Nov. 3 Election Day draws near

Eleven Days and counting … starting now. With Nov. 3 11 days away, early in-person voting is set to kick off en masse this morning at 118 vote centers across Los Angeles County in what is already a historic election in the region. The kick-off is the first of a two-phased opening of an array of what will be 766 centers throughout vast L.A. County, where 5.6 million voters are registered. The centers will be open for the 11 days (including today) leading up to and including Nov. 3. A second batch...
Tags: Politics, Elections, New York, News, La, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Associated Press, Los Angeles County, South Bay, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, County Board of Supervisors, 2020 Elections


Canadian Standup Star Russell Peters Downsizes in the Valley

Right about the same time he sealed the deal on the $7.8 million sale of his nearly 12,000-square-foot mansion in the celeb-packed Hidden Hills area of the San Fernando Valley’s far western suburbs, Canadian standup star Russell Peters, over the last couple of decades one of the most well known and highest earning comedians on […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Entertainers, Valley, Keller Williams, San Fernando Valley, Russell Peters, Hidden Hills, Encino, Performers, Rodeo Realty, Standup Star Russell Peters Downsizes