'Like An Assault': Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Gather Outside LA City Hall"It's not about being too late when what we have all experienced as survivors is a process, that it felt very much like an assault," one protester in downtown L.A. said Sunday.
Los Angeles Honors Native Son, Food Critic Jonathan Gold With Plaque, Food Trucks, Hip-Hop In DTLAThe City of L.A. held a public memorial for late Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold outside Grand Central Market, where a plaque with his iconic silhouette was dedicated to him.
Only On 2: 'I'll Take Your Yarmulke Off,' Says YouTuber Hamton Brandon Before Jewelry Store Employee Is PunchedCellphone video shows YouTuber Hampton Brandon telling an elderly jewelry store employee, "I'll take your yarmulke off," before a person is seen punching the man in the stomach.
Apple To Build 'Upper Echelon' Store, Workshop Space In Downtown's Historic Tower TheaterApple said it is planning to convert the long-shuttered Tower Theater on 8th and Broadway into a store that "very much differs from the other Apple stores you see in L.A."
Senior Citizens In Chinatown Unsure Of Housing Fate As Rent Hike LoomsMeta Housing and Western Seniors Housing, the owner and manager of The Metro senior lofts in Chinatown, respectively, want to increase tenants' rents by 8 percent, an additional cost residents say they cannot afford.
Thousands Expected At L.A. 'March For Our Lives' Rally, And Youths Are Confident They're The Key To ChangeAbout 60,000 people are expected to show up at the event, which kicks off at 9 a.m. at Sixth and Spring Streets in Downtown L.A.