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Jerry’s Deli in Studio City to close Friday after 42 years on Ventura Boulevard

STUDIO CITY >> Jerry’s Deli, a Ventura Boulevard staple, is closing Friday, Oct. 30 — marking the end of a 43-year-run inspired by a bagel-delivery business and that closed with memories of celebrity clientele and a robust menu that drew loyal customers. “It is with great sadness that we will be closing our doors for the foreseeable future,” read a statement posted on the company’s Instagram page. “But it is also with great hope that we will be back to serve you when we reach the finish line of ...
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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...
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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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Strong Santa Ana winds hammer Southern California, toppling trees and trucks

Authorities Tuesday, Oct. 27 were assessing and cleaning up damage caused by Monday’s high winds that wreaked havoc across Southern California, hitting the Inland Empire especially hard. Whipping winds reached between 70 mph and 90 mph Monday and uprooted trees and power lines, toppled dozens of semi trucks on highways, sparked vegetation fires, and left thousands of residents and businesses without power. In Riverside, a tree felled by strong winds toppled onto the Quail Creek Apartments at 313...
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Missing Calabasas woman, 25, might be suicidal

CALABASAS — Authorities asked for the public’s help Tuesday in trying to find a missing 25-year-old woman who might be suicidal. Elham Angha was last seen on Saturday around noon on the 4200 block of Lost Hills Road in Calabasas. Angha also goes by the name Ellie Vesper. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall, 160 pounds, with long black hair and black eyes, according to Deputy Trina Schrader of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Information Bureau. Investigators say she was wearing a long black T-shirt and ...
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Roaring winds, low humidity boost Southern California wildfire risk

LOS ANGELES — The risk of new wildfire outbreaks again threatened LA and Orange County Tuesday amid furious winds, very low humidity and an abundance of bone-dry vegetation. “The combination of a strong offshore pressure gradient, strong upper-level wind support and significant cold air advection is producing the strongest Santa Ana wind event we have seen so far this season, with the most dangerous fire weather conditions we have seen since October 2019,” said an NWS statement. On Monday after ...
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As temperatures drop, high winds increase Southern California fire danger

LOS ANGELES — Santa Ana winds — “likely the strongest Santa Ana event we have seen so far this season” — will buffet Southern California amid sharply cooler temperatures Monday and combine with low humidity and dry vegetation to create a danger of wildfire through Tuesday, “the most dangerous fire weather conditions” in more than a year, the National Weather Service warned. “Moderate to strong Santa Ana winds are expected to develop across most of Los Angeles and Ventura counties through Tuesday...
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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...
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Politics for breakfast: Trump, Biden doughnuts hit the shelves

Blinkies Donuts has the hottest selling Trump vs Biden election donuts going off the shelfs Tuesday, Oct 20,2020. Woodland Hills, CA. Blinkies donuts makes 4 dozen during the weekdays as the store opens at 6am and there all sold-out before 7:30am. Sense they started making them they have to bake double or triple the amount on weekends due to the demand for them. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer) Donut fans take photos of Blinkies Donuts hottest selling Trump vs Biden elec...
Tags: Elections, News, Sport, Soccer, Biden, Trump, Woodland Hills, LA County, 2020 Elections, Trump Biden, Top Stories LADN, Gene Blevins, Biden Trump, Blinkies Donuts, Teresa Ngo


‘State of Valley’: Coronavirus-era fight will assure that businesses endure, councilmembers declare

John Lee Los Angeles City Council members gathered for a question-and-answer forum Thursday, Oct. 22, hosted by the Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce, providing a COVID-era virtual version of the seventh annual “State of the Valley” address. For the most part, the six city representatives acknowledged that the past seven months have been challenging since the coronavirus wreaked havoc on businesses, property owners and residents. But they also remained optimistic that the city w...
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Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Oct. 22-29

  Belen Islas’s “Astronomer or Astrologer?” is part of the “ABC Canvas” alphabet series exhibit at Santa Clarita City Hall and also online viewing until Dec. 4. (Photo courtesy of Santa Clarita Arts)   Take a chance on cultural and educational experiences, Oct. 22-29   EVENTS   Atlas Obscura’s Halloweek Experiences: Variety of online events to choose from including a special seminar on death and dying around the world, giant, carniverous bird legends, cave-hunting, a trivia contest, roman...
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Cooler temperatures on the way this weekend for LA, Orange counties, Inland Empire

Southern Californians who are sick of the heat can rejoice this week: Crisp weather is coming, with the blistering temperatures lingering into late October finally making way for fall, weather forecasters say. The National Weather Service in Los Angeles said most valley and coastal areas of Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect clouds to roll in from over the Pacific Ocean starting Wednesday. That will lead to temperatures dipping between 3 degrees to 6 degrees Farenheit. “Pretty unexciting...
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Jackie Lacey, husband sued by BLM members over gun incident

District Attorney Jackie Lacey and her husband were sued Tuesday, Oct. 20, by Black Lives Matter members over an incident in which he pointed a gun at them while they were outside the front door of the Laceys’ Granada Hills home in March. Melina Abdullah, Dahlia Ferlito and Justin Marks brought the complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging civil rights violations, assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence. The suit seeks unspecified damages. Attorney J...
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Details emerge on ordeal of Woodland Hills woman found safe after going missing in Zion National Park

SPRINGDALE, Utah — A California woman who was missing for about two weeks in Zion National Park in Utah has been found and left the park with her family who had feared the worst, authorities said. Holly Suzanne Courtier (Photo courtesy Zion National Park) Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, Woodland Hills, was found Sunday by search and rescue crews in a thickly vegetated area along the Virgin River after park rangers received a tip that she had been seen in the park, Zion National Park officials sa...
Tags: Utah, News, Abc, California, La, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Chambers, Missing Persons, Zion National Park, Springdale, Woodland Hills, Virgin River, Springdale Utah, Top Stories LADN


Montrose man arrested, accused of scamming investors via an adult entertainment scam

LOS ANGELES — A Montrose man pleaded not guilty Monday to a federal charge of defrauding investors out of more than $1 million via an adult entertainment website scam. Patrick Khalafian, 51, was arrested Friday on a single-count federal grand jury indictment charging him with wire fraud, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. After entering his plea, a Dec. 15 trial date was set, and he was ordered released on $50,000 bond. If convicted, Khalafian would face up to 20 years in federal priso...
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Woodland Hills woman who had gone missing in Utah national park is found and reunited with family

WOODLAND HILLS — A Woodland Hills woman who was missing for nearly two weeks was found safe Sunday by search and rescue teams in Zion National Park, a National Parks spokeswoman said. Rangers said they had received a credible tip from a park visitor that 38-year-old Holly Suzanne Courtier was seen in the park in Utah, National Parks spokeswoman Amanda Rowland announced. Courtier had been last seen at about 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 6, according to Rowland. She was dropped off by a private shuttle bus at...
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Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Oct. 15-22

  Laurie Shapiro’s “Alchemy Tunnel,” part of the “Take Me to the Color” dreamscape art installation in Los Angeles. (Photo courtesy of Laurie Shapiro)   Take a chance on cultural and educational experiences, Oct. 15-22   EVENTS   An Evening of Haunted Ghost Tours – Heritage Square Museum: Guided walking tour and talk on the residents who once lived in the houses in Heritage Square, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 17. Dress code: comfortable walking shoes. Tickets $45. Reservations required. 3800 Home...
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Former ‘Arsenio Hall Show’ musical director sentenced in L.A. to 27 months in prison for embezzling funds from charity

LOS ANGELES — The onetime musical director of “The Arsenio Hall Show” was sentenced Wednesday to over two years in federal prison for embezzling nearly $1 million from a Bulgarian charity for homeless children and using the money to buy three cars and settle his alimony debts with his ex-wife. Robin DiMaggio, 49, of Woodland Hills, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Dolly M. Gee, who described his actions as “a despicable crime of sheer greed,” according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Gee also...
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October Southern California heat wave is sticking around

LOS ANGELES — A heat advisory again will be in effect in much of Southern California Wednesday as forecasters said the region’s latest heat wave continues to pose a threat to human health and warned of an elevated risk of wildfire because of hot and dry conditions. The advisory, which went into effect Tuesday, will be in effect until 5 p.m. Friday along the LA County coast, in Malibu, Santa Monica and other beach cities, in metropolitan Los Angeles, the Hollywood Hills, the San Gabriel and Santa...
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25 big companies with the best perks and benefits of 2020

Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Comparably released its annual ranking of the companies with the best parks and benefits, based on anonymous employee survey responses.  The company asked employees questions like "Are you satisfied with your benefits?" and "How would you rate the perks your office provides?" over the course of 12 months.  Wholesale retailer Costco, HR management platform ADP, and hospitality company Airbnb all made the list.  You can read the full...
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13 Halloween themed activities and events you can do in Southern California

Though many of the more traditional Halloween events have been canceled this haunting season due to novel coronavirus concerns, some promoters have modified their experiences for safety and social distancing. There are plenty of options for adults, teens and families looking for a dash of normalcy this year with contactless drive-in or drive-thru events or small group walk-thru attractions. All of the happenings require guests to wear appropriate facial coverings for the duration of the experien...
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The 25 best-paying big companies of 2020, according to employees

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, also ranked highly by female employees and BIPOC employees, according to Comparably's other recent surveys. REUTERS/Yves Herman Careers website Comparably surveyed some 10 million workers in the US to get a sense of which companies pay their workers well. Employees were asked questions like "Do you believe you're paid fairly?" and "How often do you get a raise?" Companies were then ranked based on the number of positive responses.   Google too...
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The top 25 best-paying big companies of 2020, according to employees

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, also ranked highly by female employees and BIPOC employees, according to Comparably's other recent surveys. REUTERS/Yves Herman Careers website Comparably surveyed some 10 million workers in the US to get a sense of which companies pay their workers well. Employees were asked questions like "Do you believe you're paid fairly?" and "How often do you get a raise?" Companies were then ranked based on the number of positive responses.   Google too...
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Woodland Hills woman missing after going to national park in Utah

Searchers on Monday, Oct. 12, were continuing to search for a Woodland Hills woman who disappeared in Utah’s Zion National Park last week. Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, was last seen at about 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 6, according to the National Park Service. “Zion National Park rangers along with (the) Washington County Sheriff’s Office are continuing to investigate this missing-person case and are requesting your assistance in the locating of Holly Suzanne Courtier,” said a statement from the National ...
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Southern California faces broiling weather again this week

A heatwave will once again hit Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties beginning Tuesday, Oct. 12, forecasters say, and last through Friday. “It is going to be very warm again this week,” said David Sweet, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “So drink lots of water. Avoid too much exposure to daytime heat.” It will be hot and dry in the four counties, with a high-pressure system bringing temperatures from the 90s to the 100s to many spots. Coastline communities,...
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The top 25 companies where employees feel happy and fulfilled

Microsoft came in No. 3 on the list. CEO Satya Nadella also ranked highly among Comparably's survey of female and BIPOC employees. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach Being happy with your job is great for your mental and physical health. Being unhappy at work is linked with increased risk of depression and other health problems like cardiovascular problems, research shows.  Career website Comparably surveyed employees across some 60,000 large companies over the past year to find out where workers...
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Heat wave to bring above-average temperatures to Southern California

A system of cool air blew into Southern California, giving its inhabitants a semblance of autumnal weather this weekend, a respite from the barrage of heat  waves. However, starting Monday, weather experts expect Santa Ana winds to sweep into the region, bringing dry air and high temperatures that may be well above the average levels for early October. The heat wave is forecast to last until Friday, said Samantha Connolly, meteorologist with the National Weather Service San Diego office. The hot...
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Elections 2020: In the 25th Congressional District, grassroots campaigns collide in Trump-era showdown

Congressional District 25 The District:  The district leans toward more registered Democrats than Republicans. Once known for its heavy conservative ties, it’s changing. It blankets parts of two counties, L.A. and Ventura. It includes an area from Porter Ranch to Simi Valley to the Santa Clarita Valley, and to the Antelope Valley. It’s diverse in terms of its political inclinations. Notable spots in the area include the Reagan Library, Edwards Air Force Base (also in the 26th Congressional), t...
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Religion events in the San Fernando Valley, Oct. 10-17

  The congregation at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church in Tujunga celebrates the parish’s 100th anniversary on Oct. 17. (Google Street View)   Most religious congregation continue to hold services and classes/lectures online due to the coronavirus pandemic concerns and restrictions. Here is a sampling of upcoming services and events that are online and also some in-person — indoors and outdoors in the San Fernando Valley area.   Temple Judea: Havdalah at Home, 7-7:30 p.m. Oct. 10 a...
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Ballot for deceased voter raises concerns about L.A. County election integrity

It wasn’t exactly news to Jonathan Savell that the previous owner of the home he purchased seven years ago was deceased. He bought it on probate. But when two vote-by-mail ballots showed up this week, one for him and one for the previous owner, it made him wonder about the integrity of the November election. Due to the coronavirus, this is the first year every active voter in the state received a mail-in ballot. “Everybody has concerns about integrity and stuff. I think that it is not a partisan...
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