Marky Ramone’s Blitzkrieg Blasted Through 38 Songs In One Hour In Echo Park
Marky Ramone’s Blitzkrieg started their hour-long set with “Do You Wanna Dance” and ebbed and flowed through classics from the early-to-middle Ramones era, including their later hits, such as “R.A.M.O.N.E.S.” and even an extremely heartfelt rendition of Joey Ramone’s masterpiece, “What a Wonderful World.”
Juez en Victorville Dictamina Que La Fiscalía Tiene Evidencia Para Proceder Con Cargos de Conspiración a Siete de Los Ocho Activistas Detenidos
"¿Por qué estas personas están encarceladas sin derecho a fianza? Soy un abogado defensor penal. He representado a personas acusadas de asesinato, abuso de menores y violación. E incluso a ellos se les concedió la libertad bajo fianza”, afirmó uno de los abogados defensores del activista.
This Arts District Michelin-Starred Bistro Is Being Sued For Withholding Tips and Other Labor Violations
In their lawsuit, Karla Zavala and Irene Park allege that the owners of Camphor “engaged in a systematic pattern of wage and hour abuse towards Plaintiffs and other current and former” employees.
Thailand-Inspired Guava and Lychee Weed Gummies Have Arrived At L.A. Dispensaries
Jammed with the tropical flavors of mango, tamarind, papaya, lychee, mangosteen, jackfruit, coconut, and guava, each gummy has a 10 m.g. dose of THC each.
Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles Sued by Former Employee For Unpaid Overtime and Other Labor Violations
Jaime Alejandro Carbajal-Torres alleges that for at least the last four years, Roscoe’s engaged in a slew of illegal labor practices, ranging from unpaid overtime to not providing uninterrupted meal breaks to not reimbursing employees for work-related costs.
The Dark Origin of Rosca de Reyes and Where to Find the Best Ones in Los Angeles
The holiday's origin is a wild biblical story that involves the murdering of infants. In many ways, it is an extension of the holiday season into the new year. Here are the best places to find some in L.A., including vegan options, and recipe-tested versions to bake at home.
Pasadena’s ‘No Tipping’ Restaurant Sued By Feds For Allegedly Stealing Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars In Tips From Workers
The Department of Labor alleges that the owners of Entre Nous French Bistro, “knowingly and willfully withheld a portion” of tips that were supposed to go to their workers, and instead used the money to fund business expenses. Authorities hope to recover roughly $250,000 in back wages “and an equal amount in liquidated damages for 18 employees.”
Street Vending Activist Edin Enamorado and Five Others Denied Bail Once Again
Supporters and families of The Justice 8 returned to the Victorville Superior Court this week equipped with t-shirts and posters that read “Free Them All” and “Activists Are Not Criminals, Give Them Bail.”
The 11 Best Tacos Along Metro’s B Line
Reminder: Metro will be offering free rides from 9 P.M. to 2 A.M. on both Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve! If you find yourself hungry, here's where to ride for FREE along the B Line to the best tacos, from North Hollywood to Olvera Street.
L.A. County to Reestablish $20,000 Reward In Mitrice Richardson’s Disappearance and Death
An exact cause of Richardson's death was never determined, but authorities at the time insisted there was no sign of foul play--a contention challenged by her family, who settled with the county for $900,000 in 2011.