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Mountain Lion Hit, Killed on the 405

Sad news. P-18, a one-year old male mountain lion born in the Santa Monica Mountains and tracked since it was three weeks old by the National Park Service lion...

Your Chance To Drive The Panthermobile

I love cartoons and I love weird cars so it was a treat to see a story about the 1969 Panthermobile auction over on Cartoon Brew today. Check this...

The Hot Knives’ Kale and Potato Breakfast Salad

We couldn’t be more stoked (to use fitting language) that our pals and vegetarian food bloggers the Hot Knives are releasing their first cookbook on September 13. Salad Daze...

Introducing Chad Deity, One More Time

This week The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity made its West Coast premiere at the Geffen Playhouse. The play, which uses the world of professional wrestling to explore the American experience,...

Laker Ron Artest Joins Dancing With the Stars

Last week we told you over at City Think how Lakers Luke Walton and Pau Gasol will spend the remainder of the NBA lockout (assistant coaching in Memphis and...

New Dishes For Old. Special Offer From Heath Ceramics

I love the simple dishes and modern tile created by Heath Ceramics. The company is always creating new designs and still producing originals created by founder Edith Heath at...

Where’s Chris? 8/30/11

Hello friends! Your Ask Chris columnist here. I've been poking around LA County and spotted this neat place. Where was I? Be the first to guess correctly and win...

“Bob Marley, Messenger” Spreads the Love at the Grammy Museum

I have always had “one love,” and it is music, so Bob Marley and I go way back. Thinking back to my high school days I can faintly hear...

Review: Serge Gainsbourg Tribute at the Hollywood Bowl

Twenty years after Serge Gainsbourg’s death, thousands of people dropped by the Hollywood Bowl to hear a tribute to the late French music icon. It was an outsized show. Mike...

LA Weekly’s Pancake Breakfast: The Short Stack + Slideshow

We had little doubt that this past Sunday’s LA Weekly Pancake Breakfast, curated by food critic Jonathan Gold, would be offering much more than simple flapjacks. Sure, the classical...