Less than two years after the first Asian-style night market made its debut in the San Gabriel Valley, the nocturnal bazaars are finally making their mark on the cultural landscape of Southern California.
At six miles, Melrose Avenue, the world-renowned destination and longtime bastion of "alternative" shopping culture, seems almost manageable by comparison to other major Los Angeles streets. But however you travel it, should you take it in branded sections, or try to read the street's whole language at once?
If the moratorium is approved, it would stay in effect until oil companies can assure that the city's water supply is safe, that the practice does not otherwise harm the environment and the companies are fully disclosing the chemicals used.
All who pass through Union Station, Los Angeles' 1939 memorial to the heyday of passenger rail, must dream of a distant, glamorous, lost era of American train travel. Having passed the post-WWII decades as little more than a curiosity, how has Union Station managed to regain its relevance?
With a pair of storms expected to move into the Southland this week and bring long-awaited rain, Glendora officials issued a warning to residents today about the possibility of flooding from mountainous areas recently scorched in the Colby Fire.
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