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UPDATE 5:33 p.m.
POTUS HAS LANDED
UPDATE 5:22 p.m.
President is running late. Not in LA yet….ETA 5:30p.m.
You have heard that President Barack Obama is making his rounds in Los Angeles today and tomorrow, right?
POTUS arriving at LAX around 4:30 attending events on the west side today, including the homes of basketball icon Magic Johnson and media proprietor Haim Saban. Then on Tuesday, Obama will be in …
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I love KCET. The most recent reason my love grows for this explosion of creative programming is the series City Walk .
I am addicted to discovery, and regardless of how you watch it, be it television or online it is a must see. Whether traveling in the USA or looking for something in your own back yard, welcome to City Walk.
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Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the bill (Bill 405, the irony of that name does not escape me), that would have allowed lone motorists to use carpool lanes
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The city of Los Angeles recently finished a massive project to synchronize all of its 4,500 traffic lights in the hopes of reducing congestion. Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon checks in with Kajon Cermak, the traffic reporter for member station KCRW in Santa Monica to see how the plan is panning out. National Public Radio host Scott Simon. By Andy Danyo, NPR
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I am Los Angeles – the people that make Los Angeles the city of angels.
I was surprised and honored when film maker Joris Debeij called. Debeij asked if I would be interested in being profiled as apart of his on going project I am Los Angels. With a love for LA and what makes a city a city, he told me that he was …
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Back by popular demand, and perhaps to be a holiday tradition, this video is so beautiful and not to be missed. Enjoy this re-post my friends and Happy Holidays!
I LOVE this. I love taking pictures almost as much as I love being a broadcaster, almost. This was created with 4000 still images. It is quite amazing. I found this video through LAist.
Just in time …
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So many great videos of LA. This one just might take the cake. No matter what language you speak, some things transcend words.
I sure did. Friggin’ gorgeous!
NightFall from Colin Rich on Vimeo.
Located next to the emblematic Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory has been a set in many movies including Rebel Without a Cause.
Photo from and read more: http://iipdigital.usembassy.gov/st/english/inbrief/2012/09/20120925136579.html#ixzz2F0EkbO7M
Still looking for something to do this weekend? How about a lot of beauty, plenty of fresh air, exploring LA, a competition and get a little culture to boot? Sounds pretty good doesn’t?
Grab your favorite veteran and tomorrow morning hunt for clues through Metro’s system and discover amazing art. It’s a race. It’s the LA Metro Art Adventure. Beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting about 3 hours. How about a Los Angeles art treasure hunt/race?
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Space Shuttle Viewing Areas.
Forum – Oct 13 from 8a-10a. Free parking at the Hollywood Park Race Track. No overnight stays and the lot opens at 4am.
Crenshaw and MLK – Around 2p the shuttle will stop for half an hour and the public can view from a dedicated area north on Crenshaw from MLK.
Bill Robertson Lane – On Oct 13, the shuttle will reach its final destination.
Four parking lots have been set up to watch the shuttle roll up to the California Science Center. It should arrive around 8:30pm.
Use of the Expo Line is recommended.
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CicLAvia is this Sunday, October 7. There will be street closures across Downtown Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Macarthur Park and Exposition Park. Though the event happens from 10am until 3pm, the closures for CicLAvia will begin as early as 6am and last as late as 5pm.
Oh and don’t forget, President Obama will be at Nokia Theater for a fundraising concert.
But wait there’s more, a big and final party to celebrate the new 12 acre, 56 million dollar Grand Park. The celebration will include entertainment including jazz music, mariachi players, dance performers and fireworks. On Sunday the party continues and Grand Park will be one of the six hubs for the CicLAvia ride.