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Headlines: A Hike with Goats in the SGV Mountains That Ends with All-You-Can-Eat ‘Goat Tacos’

12:52 PM PST on January 17, 2023

    Welcome to L.A. TACO’s daily news briefs, where we bring our loyal members, readers, and supporters the latest headlines about Los Angeles politics and culture. Stay informed and look closely.

    —Valyermo: Angeles Crest Creamery is hosting a goat hike in the San Gabriel Mountains on Saturday, January 28, and February, February 25th. According to the Eventbrite page, the hour-long hike will end with an all-you-can-eat goat taco feast, which depending on how you look at life, is either extraordinarily cathartic or extremely dark. [Eventbrite]

    —Highland Park: The community page on Instagram @Highlandpark90042 reports that Highland Theater is now under new ownership and will stay open as a theater at some capacity. L.A. TACO reported that  [@Highlandpark90042]

    —Pasadena: Supporter groups for the LA Galaxy are boycotting the Galaxy. They will not be attending the season-opening Tráfico game against LAFC at Rose Bowl on February 25th unless the Galaxy makes a "change in the front of office" and does not move forward with Chris Klein as the Galaxy's President. In short: Fans are not happy with Klein's leadership. [Last Word on Sports]

    —Justin Roiland, Creator and Voice Actor of Rick & Morty, is facing trial on felony domestic abuse charges after posting $50,000 bail in August 2020. A criminal complaint by filed by Orange County prosecutors late last week and obtained by the Associated Press details charges against Roiland, 42, including corporal injury and false imprisonment by menace, fraud, violence, and deceit against the unidentified woman living with him at the time. The accusations were only recently made public, when NBC News reported on a pre-trial hearing held on Thursday. [LA Magazine]

    —Westmont: A viral video looking straight out Grand Theft Auto has been going around showing an enraged man plowing into his own home in Westmont in south Los Angeles. The ordeal is believed to be related to a divorce and restraining order. [CBS]

    —Tony Hawk sock-checked himself and gave a big shout-out to FoosGoneWild while recording a recent podcast. [Foos Gone Wild]

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