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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Police kill man in stabbing rampage on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesA man suspected of stabbing three people was shot to death by Los Angeles police in a fast food restaurant in Hollywood officials said. The knife attack was reported about 2 p.m. near Sunset Boulevard and Ivar Avenue, said Sgt. Barry Montgomery, …LAPD officers fatally shoot man after stabbing rampage near CNN HollywoodLA […]

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City of Los Angeles Acquires Long-Sought-After ‘Crown Jewel’ – KCET

KCETOn Friday, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve the purchase of what Mayor Garcetti has called the “crown jewel” central to the revitalization of the L.A. River, the G2 parcel, a 42-acre post-industrial lot in Cypress Park … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Los Angeles Kings Return From Emotional All Star Break – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comGreene has been a part of both Stanley Cup winning squads during his tenure in Los Angeles, and if this signifies the last time he dons a Kings uniform, we thank him for all he’s done to help the franchise. While the Kings are dealing with all this … and more …read more From:: Los […]

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Neil Gorsuch Nominated By President Trump For The Supreme Court

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With Sheldon Adelson As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast

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With Sheldon Adelson As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast According to a source very close to the bond financing, because Las Vegas Sands is a Goldman Sachs client, and Sheldon Adelson is its CEO, and the Sands Organization is worth north of $50 billion, they don't want to upset a steady client over the Raiders matter. As for The Raiders and politics, the Oakland Raiders have burned the wrong bridges in Sin City and just by crossing Adelson. The Sands Founder and CEO hired 12 lobbyists to make deals with members of The Nevada Legislature. All of that went south because no one wants to piss off Sheldon Adelson. Also the deal was designed for an NFL, not necessarily the Raiders, my source told me. That is also true for the developer and the investor. The problem is all of this was assembled by Adelson - even if his name is not on the legislation, his photo might as well be next to it. Barring a miracle, the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas dream is dead. Stay tuned.
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With Las Vegas Sands As Goldman Sachs Client, Oakland Raiders Deal Is Toast

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Why Wyatt, why are you leaving us to play football at Ohio State? – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesYet, on Wednesday, first during a ceremony on the Bosco campus and later at an ESPN studio in Los Angeles, when Wyatt Davis is asked his college choice, he says he will answer … Ohio State. Ohio State? So, on a recent day under the shade of a large … and more …read […]

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LA set to decriminalize street vending to help protect immigrants from deportation – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesCity staffers say it could take months, however, for Los Angeles to work out all of the details and begin to hand out permits to vendors. In the meantime, vendors who ply their trade on city sidewalks could still be cited and fined for violating the … and more …read more From:: Los […]

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Benjamin Allbright Owes Zennie Abraham $500 On Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Bet

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Benjamin Allbright Owes Zennie Abraham $500 On Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Bet NFL reporter Benjamin Allbright was feeling his oats and taking bets that the Oakland Raiders were on the way to Las Vegas. So I bet him $500 that he was wrong. Now the Las Vegas deal has collapsed and Davis has left a lot of bad blood in Sin City. Staying in Oakland is his best choice and getting a new stadium. Meanwhile Ben can pay $500 to my PayPal account at zennie@sportsbusinesssims.com. Stay tuned.
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out

Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out - Video

Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out ESPN and now NBC Bay Area are reporting that Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers are now out of the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Project. This after Sheldon Adelson announced he would stop negotiating with Mark Davis and The Raiders on Monday.
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out

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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal, Goldman Sachs Reportedly Out ESPN and now NBC Bay Area are reporting that Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers are now out of the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Project. This after Sheldon Adelson announced he would stop negotiating with Mark Davis and The Raiders on Monday.
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Report: Derek Fisher’s five Los Angeles Lakers championship rings stolen – Yahoo Sports

Yahoo SportsDerek Fisher’s hoped-for chance at a little NBA normalcy appears to have gone out the window. The former Los Angeles Lakers championship guard and former New York Knicks head coach was allegedly the victim of a robbery on Monday morning, with … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Los Angeles Lakers: D’Angelo Russell Could Soon Become Expendable – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comIf things play out a certain way during the 2017 NBA Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers could soon be forced to make a difficult decision regarding D’Angelo Russell’s future. Surprisingly, the Los Angeles Lakers may actually get to keep their 2017 NBA Draft … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google […]

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Sally Yeats Monday Night Massacre Hero Trump Fires AG

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This week in LMU sports 1/31 – Los Angeles Loyolan (subscription)

Los Angeles Loyolan (subscription)The Lions played both ends of the spectrum of talent in the West Coast Conference (WCC) last week. They started their week off against the University of the Pacific who is tied for last place in the WCC. LMU barely pulled off the win as they won by six … …read more […]

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Despite heavy secrecy, portraits emerging of those detained at LAX under Trump order – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAfter a trip to Turkey to visit her ailing father, Mayasah Witwit returned to Los Angeles International Airport, eager to reunite with her husband and four children. Witwit and her family have made their home in Westminster since fleeing Iraq last year … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue - Video

Adelson dumps Mark Davis. Did Davis learn his lesson? Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned. https://youtu.be/vgAhgEqAtXI
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Sheldon Adelson Leaves Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

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Adelson dumps Mark Davis. Did Davis learn his lesson? Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned. https://youtu.be/vgAhgEqAtXI
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NHL All-Star Game a success on many fronts for downtown Los Angeles – OCRegister

OCRegisterFrom an economic impact, the benefits for downtown Los Angeles playing host to the 2017 NHL All-Star Game and all its ancillary events spread across the 100-acre sports and entertainment district around Staples Center added up nicely. According to …All-Star weekend offers NHLers a chance for memories and memorabiliaSports IllustratedLess than 24 hours after leaving […]

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Sheldon Adelson exits deal to help fund stadium for NFL’s Raiders in Las Vegas – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesBillionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson abruptly pulled out of a deal to help fund a $1.9-billion stadium for the Oakland Raiders in Las Vegas and threw into question the financing behind the team’s possible relocation. Adelson, who had earlier … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Mudslide affects at least 3 homes in Hollywood Hills, taking down power lines, LA Fire Department says – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesFirefighters were responding Monday evening to the Hollywood Hills, where a mudslide affected at least three homes, authorities said. The mudslide was reported in the 8100 block of West Laurel View Drive, said Erik Scott, a spokesman for the Los … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue - Video

Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned.
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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue

Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Deal; Mark Davis' Trust Issue - Video

Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Stadium Deal, Exposing Mark Davis' Trust Issue Sheldon Adelson withdrew from the Oakland Raiders relocation effort to Las Vegas, for all practical purposes, killing the NFL move. The $30 billion casino mogul, controversial business practices and all, was team owner Mark Davis' best bet for pulling off what has always been a long-shot project for a host of basic reasons. But one reason the deal failed was one that wasn't obvious to the lay observer, but it was to anyone who's worked with Mr. Davis: the feeling that he's not really, honestly negotiating with you in good faith. This is now an obvious pattern, and something Mark Davis has to evaluate and stop doing. The first time the lack of good faith problem reared its head in Oakland in 2015. I recall telling Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf that Davis and the Raiders were working behind her back and with the representatives of Carson, California, all the while shining her on as if they intended to work with her on a new stadium in Oakland. At the NFL Spring League Meeting, I asked Mark Davis why he was working behind Mayor Schaaf's back with Carson – on video with me, he denied doing that, when everyone of the media at that point knew that he was. The scene was not pretty at the San Francisco Ritz Carlton. The second time was when City of Oakland officials intimated to me that they were upset Mark Davis did not tell them he was going to seek a stadium deal in Las Vegas, instead telling them to wait until the 2016 January Houston NFL Owners Meeting, for the LA decision, and then wait until his stadium point person, Larry McNeil came on board – which was in April of 2016. Between that January and late April, Davis started his Las Vegas work, behind Oakland's back. I mentioned this on video at Zennie62 on YouTube to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Charlotte, and he admitted that the Raiders were partly to blame for their Oakland stadium problem. The third time came in the Las Vegas deal, and when Davis went behind Adelson's back and to the NFL with an idea to eliminate the owner of the popular Venetian and Palazzo Hotels and “replace” him with financing to be secured by Goldman Sachs. Of course, Davis forgot about the thorny issue of where that money was going to come from, let alone the political fallout from trying to cut Adelson (the unofficial Mayor of Las Vegas, not to offend Mayor Goodman) out of what he saw as a “legacy project” for Las Vegas. Davis went right along and continued to play his game of trying to always have a way of gaining the upper hand in a business deal by forming a way of cutting out his negotiating partner at the last minute. When Adelson and Las Vegas Sands Government Affairs Rep Andy Abboud realized that Davis was trying to engineer yet another way of going behind their backs in the form of a publicly-released lease proposal they knew nothing about, Adelson had enough, and pulled the plug. For Mark Davis, the third time's the charm. Unlike Oakland, Mark Davis partnered with a man in Sheldon Adelson who did not need or really want him or the Raiders – for Adelson, Davis was nothing more than a pawn. A rounding error that found a convenient use as a tool in keeping large sums of tax money away from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Adelson's personal 1,000-year-war was against the government firm, and it's ever growing use of the public dollar for convention space. Adelson wanted his privately-built Sands Expo and his hotels to get more business – and so the war was waged. As long as Davis played nice and stayed in his lane, Adelson was happy. But Davis, as is common, did not. He tried to play Adelson, and now is getting played out of Las Vegas. It's Mark Davis lesson, but I'm not yet sure he's learned it. Maybe the NFL will talk with him. Stay tuned.
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Monday, January 30, 2017

Judy Garland’s remains moved from New York to a Los Angeles – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

TwinCities.com-Pioneer PressFlowers rest at the Judy Garland Pavilion, a semi-private mausoleum, at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES — Judy Garland’s remains were moved cross-country to a mausoleum intended as the resting …Judy Garland’s remains moved from New York to Los AngelesPress Herald all 11 news articles …read […]

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Justice Department will not defend Trump immigration order, top official says – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times… travelers in the hopes of preventing a small number of travelers who intend to harm Americans … will not achieve its aim of making our country safer,” said a draft version of the memo that was circulating Monday and was reviewed by the Los … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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Sheldon Adelson Withdrawl Kills NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas In Major Setback

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Sheldon Adelson Withdrawl Kills NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas In Major Setback Sheldon Adelson's withdrawl from the relocation effort to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas has effectively killed any chance of Vegas seeing the Silver and Black. The Las Vegas Sands CEO's statement made him read more like a hurt de facto Mayor of Las Vegas than a once-active investor in the Raiders project. One who spent a million on getting politicians to back the Oakland Raiders. Within the Sheldon Adelson statement, one paragraph, the last one, served to stick a knife in the Raiders NFL relocation to Las Vegas from Oakland effort, effectively reducing it to a dream. This: “While this is not the result my family was hoping for, I am very appreciative of the countless people who have given considerable time and energy to this process, especially so many of our elected officials who have made this a top priority for Southern Nevada." It was those same elected officials that were the beneficiaries of Adelson's fiscal largesse. Lobbyists too. Remember that Mr. Adelson's Las Vegas Sands staff, headed by government affairs representative Andy Abboud, begged, pleaded, and strongarmed the Nevada legislature to get the votes for Senate Bill One, and the $750 million subsidy plan. Now, with Adelson's departure, so goes away his political money and muscle. Goldman Sachs can't save Mark Davis Las Vegas dreams. Anyone who thinks Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers can save the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas deal is purely stupid and out to lunch and for several reasons: 1) Goldman Sachs does not have $800 million just laying around to donate to the Raiders; 2) the stadium, as planned, does not throw off enough revenue over a 30-year period to pay for the principal and interest on a private bond issue of $800 million; 3) That $800 million does not include both the cost to buy the Russell Road stadium land, and the expense of preparing its infrastructure, what I estimate to be between $100 million and $150 million; 4) Goldman Sachs does not have the political juice or money to compete with the investment and loyalty that Adelson's bought, and Davis sure as hell does not. And this is very important. Remember how Las Vegas Sands made promises and, as I said before, strongarmed many Nevada Legislature members to land last minute votes? Well, now that Las Vegas Sands is gone, those promises are too – Goldman Sachs can't come in and try and claim them. Indeed, there may be a hunger now to undo the subsidy deal itself, though it's too early to tell – it's possible. It's possible because one of the politicians that Sheldon Adelson made a huge investment in was the Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval. In fact, Adelson spent somewhere around $300,000 on Sandoval, alone. So, is Sandoval inclined to keep working on behalf of Mark Davis and the Raiders when he's planning a run for re-election as Governor? No. He's not. This deal's dead. But it doesn't mean Oakland's off the hook. It's Oakland's time to shine.
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Sheldon Adelson Withdrawl Kills NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas In Major Setback

Sheldon Adelson Withdrawl Kills NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas In Major Setback - Video

Sheldon Adelson Withdrawl Kills NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas In Major Setback Sheldon Adelson's withdrawl from the relocation effort to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas has effectively killed any chance of Vegas seeing the Silver and Black. The Las Vegas Sands CEO's statement made him read more like a hurt de facto Mayor of Las Vegas than a once-active investor in the Raiders project. One who spent a million on getting politicians to back the Oakland Raiders. Within the Sheldon Adelson statement, one paragraph, the last one, served to stick a knife in the Raiders NFL relocation to Las Vegas from Oakland effort, effectively reducing it to a dream. This: “While this is not the result my family was hoping for, I am very appreciative of the countless people who have given considerable time and energy to this process, especially so many of our elected officials who have made this a top priority for Southern Nevada." It was those same elected officials that were the beneficiaries of Adelson's fiscal largesse. Lobbyists too. Remember that Mr. Adelson's Las Vegas Sands staff, headed by government affairs representative Andy Abboud, begged, pleaded, and strongarmed the Nevada legislature to get the votes for Senate Bill One, and the $750 million subsidy plan. Now, with Adelson's departure, so goes away his political money and muscle. Goldman Sachs can't save Mark Davis Las Vegas dreams. Anyone who thinks Goldman Sachs Investment Bankers can save the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas deal is purely stupid and out to lunch and for several reasons: 1) Goldman Sachs does not have $800 million just laying around to donate to the Raiders; 2) the stadium, as planned, does not throw off enough revenue over a 30-year period to pay for the principal and interest on a private bond issue of $800 million; 3) That $800 million does not include both the cost to buy the Russell Road stadium land, and the expense of preparing its infrastructure, what I estimate to be between $100 million and $150 million; 4) Goldman Sachs does not have the political juice or money to compete with the investment and loyalty that Adelson's bought, and Davis sure as hell does not. And this is very important. Remember how Las Vegas Sands made promises and, as I said before, strongarmed many Nevada Legislature members to land last minute votes? Well, now that Las Vegas Sands is gone, those promises are too – Goldman Sachs can't come in and try and claim them. Indeed, there may be a hunger now to undo the subsidy deal itself, though it's too early to tell – it's possible. It's possible because one of the politicians that Sheldon Adelson made a huge investment in was the Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval. In fact, Adelson spent somewhere around $300,000 on Sandoval, alone. So, is Sandoval inclined to keep working on behalf of Mark Davis and the Raiders when he's planning a run for re-election as Governor? No. He's not. This deal's dead. But it doesn't mean Oakland's off the hook. It's Oakland's time to shine.
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Inside the ‘Tunnel’ Elon Musk Is Already Digging Under Los Angeles – WIRED

WIREDOver the weekend, workers excavated a “test trench” 30 feet wide, 50 feet long, and 15 feet deep on the grounds of SpaceX’s Los Angeles headquarters. Musk calls it the beginning of an experiment. “We’re just going to figure out what it takes to improve … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By […]

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Lakers: What Luke Walton’s Lineup Changes Could Look Like – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comDec 22, 2016; Miami, FL, USA; Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton looks on during the first half against the Miami Heat during the first half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports. After a handful of … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Dumps On Mark Davis

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Dumps On Mark Davis Sheldon Adelson withdrew from a partnership with the Oakland Raiders in bringing the NFL team to Las Vegas. Mr. Adelson issued this statement: "The Oakland Raiders came before the Las Vegas Stadium Authority last week with a proposed lease agreement that has sent shockwaves through our community. It was certainly shocking to the Adelson family. We were not only excluded from the proposed agreement; we weren’t even aware of its existence. In addition to being discouraged by the surprise submission, I was deeply disappointed for the disregard the Raiders showed our community partners, particularly UNLV, through the proposed agreement. It’s clear the Raiders have decided their path for moving to Las Vegas does not include the Adelson family. So, regrettably, we will no longer be involved in any facet of the stadium discussion. While this is not the result my family was hoping for, I am very appreciative of the countless people who have given considerable time and energy to this process, especially so many of our elected officials who have made this a top priority for Southern Nevada." As this blogger said, Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis committed political suicide in releasing a lease agreement that had a $1 rent, and also treated the beloved UNLV as if it were an unwanted appendage. Sheldon Adelson reacted as a person who loves Las Vegas. The Raiders arrogance has caught up to them - once again. Adelson, who spent over $1 million on gaining political support for this effort, was the business person responsible for Mark Davis being in Las Vegas, aside from UNLV President Len Jessup. Addison's worshipped in Las Vegas - they will not move a muscle for Davis. Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak said the words that indicate the deal's for all practical purposes dead: “I am sorry to hear about this development. We would not be as close as we are to having an NFL franchise in Las Vegas without the initiative and leadership of Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson and their team. I sincerely appreciate the time and effort they all have contributed to this project, and I remain hopeful that we will see our NFL dream come true.” Some time, just not now. Stay tuned.
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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Dumps On Mark Davis

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Sheldon Adelson Withdraws From Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal, Dumps On Mark Davis Sheldon Adelson withdrew from a partnership with the Oakland Raiders in bringing the NFL team to Las Vegas. Mr. Adelson issued this statement: "The Oakland Raiders came before the Las Vegas Stadium Authority last week with a proposed lease agreement that has sent shockwaves through our community. It was certainly shocking to the Adelson family. We were not only excluded from the proposed agreement; we weren’t even aware of its existence. In addition to being discouraged by the surprise submission, I was deeply disappointed for the disregard the Raiders showed our community partners, particularly UNLV, through the proposed agreement. It’s clear the Raiders have decided their path for moving to Las Vegas does not include the Adelson family. So, regrettably, we will no longer be involved in any facet of the stadium discussion. While this is not the result my family was hoping for, I am very appreciative of the countless people who have given considerable time and energy to this process, especially so many of our elected officials who have made this a top priority for Southern Nevada." As this blogger said, Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis committed political suicide in releasing a lease agreement that had a $1 rent, and also treated the beloved UNLV as if it were an unwanted appendage. Sheldon Adelson reacted as a person who loves Las Vegas. The Raiders arrogance has caught up to them - once again. Adelson, who spent over $1 million on gaining political support for this effort, was the business person responsible for Mark Davis being in Las Vegas, aside from UNLV President Len Jessup. Addison's worshipped in Las Vegas - they will not move a muscle for Davis. Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak said the words that indicate the deal's for all practical purposes dead: “I am sorry to hear about this development. We would not be as close as we are to having an NFL franchise in Las Vegas without the initiative and leadership of Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson and their team. I sincerely appreciate the time and effort they all have contributed to this project, and I remain hopeful that we will see our NFL dream come true.” Some time, just not now. Stay tuned.
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How Trump’s immigration ban might affect sports and athletes – ESPN

ESPNQ: What about Thon Maker of the Milwaukee Bucks and Luol Deng of the Los Angeles Lakers? They were born in Sudan. What happens to them? A: Maker and Deng were born in what is now South Sudan, a country that is not named in the Trump seven, but …Sports world weighs in on Trump […]

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SoCal Ballot Battles: The Future Of Marijuana Businesses In Los Angeles – Above the Law

Above the LawSince passage of Proposition 64 in California last November, my firm has been getting calls nearly non-stop about what it takes to secure a license to operate a marijuana business in the City of Los Angeles. Some are asking me about “buying” a … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By […]

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Indians complete trade with Dodgers – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comFr√≠as, 27, has spent his entire career to date in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, compiling a three-year Major League mark of 6-6 with a 4.50 ERA in 33 games/15 starts (114.0IP, 123H, 57ER, 34BB, 75SO) since debuting with the Dodgers in August of … …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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LA Restaurants Are Leaning More and More on Technology to Succeed – Eater LA

Eater LAIt’s been long-discussed that MacArthur Park is the next great gentrification hub for the core part of Los Angeles. Yet infrastructure needs remain elusive, and the larger Westlake area remains among the most overcrowded and economically disadvantaged … …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News By Google News

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What’s Coming to Los Angeles’ Fountain Theatre – Playbill.com

What’s Coming to Los Angeles‘ Fountain TheatrePlaybill.com“The Fountain has always been committed to speaking out for social justice and inclusion,” says Fountain co-artistic director Stephen Sachs. “These are disturbing and tumultuous times—for our local intimate theatre community in Los Angeles and our nation. …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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PHOTOS | Best of 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesDenzel Washington is congratulated by stage manager Valdez Flagg and Rosalind Jarrett Sepulveda, left, after winning outstanding performance by an actor in a leading role for “Fences” from backstage at the 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles.23rd Annual SAG’s Awards tonight in Los AngelesFOX 61 all 1,258 news articles …read more […]

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Sports Night: Wrapping up NHL All-Star Game coverage from Los Angeles – News3LV

News3LVLAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — News 3 sports director Randy Howe joins Sports Night from Los Angeles, the site of the NHL All-Star game. Jerry Izenberg, one of just three sportswriters to have covered every Super Bowl, explains why he finds this year’s … …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Los Angeles Angels Position Group Outlook: Middle Infield – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Los Angeles Angels are nearing Spring Training. With the roster coming into shape, it’s time to evaluate the team by position group. This is the second of a five-part series where I will evaluate the 25-man roster and top prospects of the Los … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By […]

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Los Angeles Angels Top Middle Infield Prospects for the 2017 season – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comNov 8, 2016; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Scottsdale Scorpions infielder David Fletcher of the Los Angeles Angels against the Glendale Desert Dogs during an Arizona Fall League game at Scottsdale Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports … …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Drilling and Dirty Air in Los Angeles – New York Times

New York TimesThe air in much of Wilmington, at the southern tip of Los Angeles, has a fetid, tarry scent, but Giselle Cabrera can’t smell it anymore. Sixteen years old, she’s lived in the neighborhood her whole life, and she no longer notices the stench of … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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Los Angeles Kings Hall of Fame announcer Bob Miller has mild stroke – ESPN

ESPNLOS ANGELES — Bob Miller, the Hall of Fame television play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Kings, is hospitalized after suffering a mild stroke. The Kings said Sunday night that Miller was stricken Saturday and remains under the care of doctors.Kings forward Jeff Carter a laid-back All-Star in Los AngelesSports IllustratedLos Angeles Kings Carter and […]

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Atlanta Airport Theft Victim Screams As People Surround Accused Woman

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Atlanta Airport Theft Victim Screams As People Surround Accused Woman This happened when a young black woman could be heard screaming to the stop of her voice that another black woman robbed her while both were in Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. As the woman screamed and called for Airport security and said that all of her credit cards were stolen, others surrounded the accused woman and asked her questions. According to an airport employee who did not want to be on camera, the accused woman is a person who "hangs out at the airport and she says tried to steal a hat. I was waiting for my bag to come off the ramp at baggage claim and for my Mom, so I could not stay and get more information. But watch your belongings.
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Atlanta Airport Theft Victim Screams As People Surround Accused Woman

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Atlanta Airport Theft Victim Screams As People Surround Accused Woman This happened when a young black woman could be heard screaming to the stop of her voice that another black woman robbed her while both were in Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. As the woman screamed and called for Airport security and said that all of her credit cards were stolen, others surrounded the accused woman and asked her questions. According to an airport employee who did not want to be on camera, the accused woman is a person who "hangs out at the airport and she says tried to steal a hat. I was waiting for my bag to come off the ramp at baggage claim and for my Mom, so I could not stay and get more information. But watch your belongings.
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ATL Stllhouse Atlanta Falcons Fan Predicts Super Bowl XLI Win #SB51

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ATL Stllhouse Atlanta Falcons Fan Predicts Super Bowl XLI Win #SB51 I was looking for Atlanta Falcons fans at ATL Airport and went to Atlanta Restaurant ATL Stillhouse where the bartender called it for the Falcons: Super Bowl XLI Champions.
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ATL Stllhouse Atlanta Falcons Fan Predicts Super Bowl XLI Win #SB51

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ATL Stllhouse Atlanta Falcons Fan Predicts Super Bowl XLI Win #SB51 I was looking for Atlanta Falcons fans at ATL Airport and went to Atlanta Restaurant ATL Stillhouse where the bartender called it for the Falcons: Super Bowl XLI Champions.
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Political issues, travel ban a running theme at SAG Awards – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThe show, telecast on TNT and TBS live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, was political from the opening moments, with a series of nominated actors in the audience talking about what it means to be an actor, which includes, said “Scandal’s …23rd Annual SAG’s Awards tonight in Los AngelesFOX 61 all […]

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United Airlines B-737-800 Lands At Atlanta Airport

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

United Airlines Dual Airplane Takeoff From SFO Airport

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United Airlines Dual Airplane Takeoff From SFO Airport. A rare video of two United Airlines planes taxiing down the runway then taking off as if they are racing!
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United Airlines Flight Descends To Downtown Atlanta To Land At ATL Airport

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United Airlines Dual Airplane Takeoff From SFO Airport

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United Airlines Dual Airplane Takeoff From SFO Airport. A rare video of two United Airlines planes taxiing down the runway then taking off as if they are racing!
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Addressing Offensive Line is Critical For Los Angeles Rams in Offseason – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe offensive line was one of many struggles for the Los Angeles Rams during the 2016 season. Can the Los Angles Rams fix the offensive line in one offseason? That’s one of many questions this team looks to address under new head coach Sean McVay … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By […]

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Confusion reigns at US airports as protests of Trump executive order enter second day – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesWhile major international airports were the locus of protests, thousands rallied in cities including Washington, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Boston. The Washington protest was close to the White House, and some marchers paraded near Trump’s ornate … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Thousands protest at LAX against Trump travel ban – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThousands of protesters converged on Los Angeles International Airport Sunday to condemned President Trump’s travel restrictions as attorneys filed court papers on behalf of those who were detained at the airport. Demonstrators filled the lobby of the … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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For those detained at LAX under Trump’s ban, hours of fear, chaos and hope – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesMore demonstrations are planned at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday after a day of chaos, fear, protests and ultimately some relief over President Trump’s travel bans. Trump’s executive order suspends all refugee entries for 120 days.Demonstrators Hit LAX To Protest Trump’s Refugee BanCBS Local all 8 news articles …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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Brooks + Scarpa Propose New $12 Million Park for Downtown Los Angeles – ArchDaily

ArchDailyAccording to Brooks + Scarpa, “the city has a unique opportunity to design and construct an iconic park project in the Los Angeles Civic Center, that will augment the adjacent Grand Park, incorporate uses that bring life to the area (such as restaurant … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Los Angeles Rams Have Decision to Make on Trumaine Johnson – FOXSports.com

Los Angeles Rams Have Decision to Make on Trumaine JohnsonFOXSports.comLast offseason, the Los Angeles Rams made a big choice in franchising Trumaine Johnson. And now, the have to make choice on him again. For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles Rams have a big choice to make on their secondary. Last year, […]

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What Else Do the Los Angeles Dodgers Need to do? – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Los Angeles Dodgers recently solved their huge question at second-base but that does not mean they should sit back and relax. Their are still a couple of other things the team can do to improve their 2017 outlook. In baseball, or in sports in … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News […]

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United Airlines To Phase Out Boeing 747-400

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Lori's Diner SFO Airport Breakfast Sunday Morning

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SFO Airport Unified Airlines Terminal Sunday Morning

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Donald Trump Muslim Ban Executive Order Overturned By Courts

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Pete's Coffee Oakland Lakeshore Sunday Morning

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Los Angeles Dodgers: Limiting Julio Urias’ Innings – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Los Angeles Dodgers have a phenom in Julio Urias, but they are being careful to keep him healthy at such a young age. In an effort to limit innings, he may not start the season with the big league club. The Los Angeles Dodgers have taken some big … and more …read more From:: […]

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Pete's Coffee Oakland Lakeshore Sunday Morning

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Yelp’s top 100 list dishes up great Los Angeles area restaurants – Redlands Daily Facts

Redlands Daily FactsOwner Matthew Collins at his Locomotive Cafe, a casual coffee, pastry and sandwich shop, in Canoga Park. It recently was named by the website Yelp as one of the country’s top 100 places to eat for 2017. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants […]

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Kings forward Jeff Carter a laid-back All-Star in Los Angeles – Sports Illustrated

Sports IllustratedLOS ANGELES – Cam Atkinson needed somewhere to crash. Early into the 2011-12 season, poised to make his NHL debut for the Blue Jackets, the rookie forward found himself temporarily homeless in the Columbus area. Then, one teammate opened his …Bob Miller, LA Kings Hall of Fame Broadcaster, HospitalizedPatch.com all 22 news articles …read […]

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Golden State Warriors: The Los Angeles Clippers are not a rival – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Golden State Warriors once again proved the narrative of the Los Angeles Clippers being rivals is an alternative one. Narratives drive emotions in sports. Without narratives and an emotional impact, we wouldn’t get the feelings from the game that …Los Angeles Clippers vs Golden State Warriors: Preview, Predictions, Best BetsSports Out WestGolden State Warriors […]

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How to watch today’s NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles – Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free PressWhen: 3:30 p.m.. Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles. TV: NBC (Channel 4 in Detroit), CBC (Channel 9). Game notes: Not the traditional East vs. West matchup in this rendition of the midseason exhibition. Or the North American stars against the … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Demonstrators Hit LAX To Protest Trump’s Refugee Ban – CBS Local

CBS LocalThe protesters marched through Bradley Terminal after holding a candlelight vigil outside the airport. Once they left the terminal, the diverse group rallied in front of the building and expressed their opposition to Trump’s executive order with chants …At least seven detainees are held at LAX as protesters rail against Trump’s banLos Angeles Times […]

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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Los Angeles teachers rally to reject Trump’s pick for Education secretary – LA Daily News

LA Daily NewsHundreds of teachers from throughout the state converged on downtown Los Angeles on Saturday with one unanimous message: that U.S. Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos would be a disaster for public schools and students. The governing … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Protesters in Los Angeles, Across US Decry Trump’s Immigration Policies – KTLA

Protesters in Los Angeles, Across US Decry Trump’s Immigration PoliciesKTLAProtesters gathered in cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, on Saturday to complain about President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. More protests are scheduled for Sunday. Demonstrators gather outside the US Citizenship and … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Trump’s Immigration Order Could Have a Big Impact on Sports – New York Times

New York TimesDavid Wallechinsky, an American member of the I.O.C.’s cultural and heritage commission and president of the International Society of Olympic Historians, said the election of Mr. Trump in November hurt Los Angeles’s bid with I.O.C. delegates because Mr. and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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Los Angeles airport to get scanners to speed up security – fox6now.com

fox6now.comThe Los Angeles Times reports Saturday (http://lat.ms/2jh5Uzi ) that biometric screening company Clear will install kiosks by the end of March in Los Angeles and at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul International …Fingerprint checks and iris scans are coming to LAX — but you have to pay for themLos Angeles Times all 8 […]

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Immigration attorneys seeking to help airport travelers in Los Angeles blocked by visa ban – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAt least 10 to 15 immigration attorneys have gathered at the Tom Bradley international terminal at LAX to help travelers, mostly from Iran, who have been detained, one of the attorneys said. Attorneys have not yet been able to determine the number of … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By […]

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Yelp’s top 100 list dishes up great Los Angeles area restaurants – LA Daily News

LA Daily NewsYelp’s “Top 100 Places to Eat in the US for 2017” (an optimistic title, considering that the year has just begun) is a fascinating document. It does not include any … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News By Google News

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Los Angeles airport to get scanners to speed up security – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Los Angeles airport to get scanners to speed up securityMinneapolis Star TribuneThe Los Angeles Times reports Saturday (http://lat.ms/2jh5Uzi ) that biometric screening company Clear will install kiosks by the end of March in Los Angeles and at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul International … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By […]

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Confusion and consternation as new ‘extreme vetting’ policy blocks Middle East immigration – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesKing and Bennett reported from Washington, D.C., and Bengali reported from Mumbai, India. Times staff writer Tracy Lien in San Francisco, Kurtis Lee in Los Angeles and special correspondent Ramin Mostaghim contributed to this report. laura.king@latimes. and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Yelp’s top 100 list dishes up great Los Angeles area restaurants – Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Inland Valley Daily BulletinOwner Matthew Collins at his Locomotive Cafe, a casual coffee, pastry and sandwich shop, in Canoga Park. It recently was named by the website Yelp as one of the country’s top 100 places to eat for 2017. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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Dry for 40 years: Ft. Moore Hill’s drought is about to end – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThe memorial commemorates an episode when a battalion of Mormon volunteers stood guard over Los Angeles. The only religiously based unit in U.S. Army history, it had marched nearly 2,000 miles from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Los Angeles via San Diego … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Yelp’s top 100 dishes up great Los Angeles area restaurants – Long Beach Press Telegram

Yelp’s top 100 dishes up great Los Angeles area restaurantsLong Beach Press TelegramOwner Matthew Collins at his Locomotive Cafe, a casual coffee, pastry and sandwich shop, in Canoga Park. It recently was named by the website Yelp as one of the country’s top 100 places to eat for 2017. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles […]

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HOCKEYWOOD: NHL stars converge for Los Angeles party January 28, 2017 at 10:00 am | – Beloit Daily News

Beloit Daily NewsLOS ANGELES (AP) — Sidney Crosby only took a few steps into the lobby of his downtown Los Angeles hotel Friday before he was besieged by a bevy of sprinting fans. The Pittsburgh Penguins captain signed what he could and slipped away. From Crosby …La-La Land ready for hockey close-up this time: CoxToronto […]

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Los Angeles freeway claims 3rd mountain lion in 2 months – OCRegister

OCRegisterThis May 30, 2015 file photo from a National Park Service remote camera shows an adult female mountain lion, known as P-39, right, and one of her kittens while feeding in the Santa Susana Mountains north of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.Mountain Lions Are Getting Killed Off Trying To Cross Los Angeles FreewaysBuzzFeed News all […]

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Donald Trump Executive Order Muslim Ban Racist, Draconian

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George and Amal Clooney Return to Los Angeles After Spending Time Abroad – PEOPLE.com

PEOPLE.comIt seems the rest of the world has nothing on some California sunshine! George and Amal Clooney touched down in Los Angeles on Friday after recent trips to Switzerland and England. The duo looked stylish together as the 38-year-old human rights lawyer …George & Amal Clooney Step Out Together in Los AngelesJust Jared all 8 […]

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Donald Trump Executive Order Muslim Ban Racist, Draconian

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Harden making habit of triple double nights – Yahoo Sports

Yahoo SportsLos Angeles (AFP) – James Harden became the first player in history with multiple 50-point triple doubles in a season, scoring 51 points in the Houston Rockets 123-118 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Harden has had more than his share of big nights … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By […]

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Serena Williams Beats Venus Williams, Wins 2017 Australian Open

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A Jewish Mother Reports from the Enormous Los Angeles Women’s March – Forward

ForwardLike the juggernaut hit “La La Land,” the Women’s March Los Angeles revealed a sparkling city of stars. An estimated 750,000 participants showed up to demonstrate solidarity and celebrate human rights. The record-shattering attendance made the L.A. … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Friday, January 27, 2017

Los Angeles Freeway Claims 3rd Mountain Lion in 2 Months – ABC News

ABC NewsA vehicle struck and killed an orphaned mountain lion on the same stretch of Los Angeles-area freeway where her mother and one of her two siblings died separately in December, wildlife authorities said Friday. The death of the 8-month-old lion this …Mountain Lions Are Getting Killed Off Trying To Cross Los Angeles FreewaysBuzzFeed News […]

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Trump signs order to temporarily shut nation’s door to most refugees and start ‘extreme vetting’ – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesPresident Trump signed an executive order Friday that temporarily halts the nation’s refugee program and ushers in the most sweeping changes in more than 40 years to how the U.S. welcomes the world’s most vulnerable people. The order blocks all … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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LA to acquire property known as ‘crown jewel’ in river revitalization strategy – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThe Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to spend $59.3 million to buy a piece of land billed as a “crown jewel” in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s push to restore an 11-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River. On an 11-0 vote, the council moved ahead with the … and more …read more From:: […]

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LA Restaurants Could Be the Victims of Fish Fraud – Los Angeles Business Journal

LA Restaurants Could Be the Victims of Fish FraudLos Angeles Business JournalThe 26 L.A. restaurants that a recent UCLA study found had incorrectly identified almost half of their sushi could be the victims of fish fraud rather than the perpetrators, according to one of the report’s authors. Paul Barber, professor of ecology … …read more […]

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These 5 LA restaurants were closed due to cockroaches, rodent droppings, lack of hot water – LA Daily News

LA Daily NewsFive restaurants in Los Angeles were temporarily closed last week due to major public health hazards. Between Jan. 15 and Jan. 21, those facilities had their health permits suspended for cockroach and rodent infestations and a lack of hot water … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News By Google News

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Former Times Sports Editor Bill Dwyre wins top boxing writing honor – Los Angeles Times

Former Times Sports Editor Bill Dwyre wins top boxing writing honorLos Angeles TimesDwyre, a former national editor of the year honoree by the National Press Club who oversaw The Times’ 24 special sections averaging 45 pages during the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles, was selected for the BWAA award in a vote exclusively among […]

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Knicks and Clippers seek third team for Carmelo Anthony deal – New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsThe Knicks and Clippers are seeking a third team to help facilitate a deal that would send Anthony to Los Angeles, according to the ESPN. The Daily News’ Frank Isola reported Thursday that the Knicks and Clippers have discussed a trade that does not …Why the Celtics are smart for not being […]

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Old Chinatown Restaurants in Los Angeles – L.A. Weekly

L.A. WeeklyHerman Schultheis/Los Angeles Public Library Circa 1939: Tuey Far Low (436 Gin Ling Way) can be seen on the left, while shops on the right of this image include Ginling Gifts (441 Gin Ling Way) and the Forbidden Palace (449 Gin Ling Way). The West Gate … …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News […]

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Rescued from history: The baseball teams of East Los Angeles – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesIn “Mexican American Baseball in East Los Angeles,” chapters are framed with brief historical passages explaining relevant local and national events from 1917 to 2016. Each photo is accompanied by a caption that might be as simple as a list of names or … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Ivica Zubac Could Be Los Angeles Lakers’ Next Great Big Man – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comBased on what we’ve seen in the last few games, the Los Angeles Lakers could have an absolute steal on their hands in the form of rookie center Ivica Zubac. In recent history, the Los Angeles Lakers have done a tremendous job of finding quality talent …When the time comes for the Lakers to clean […]

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Oakland Raiders $1 Rent NFL Lease Proposal Will Put Las Vegas Stadium Authority In Deficit

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Oakland Raiders $1 Rent NFL Lease Proposal Will Put Las Vegas Stadium Authority In Deficit Oakland Raiders. The Las Vegas lease proposal to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority proves what Oakland and Alameda County have known for years: give the Raiders a chance to take what you have, and they'll do it. The Raiders want it all for them, and as little for you as possible. In the case of the 107-page Las Vegas Lease Proposal, which this blogger went through, there are several problems, among them the fact that there's a rent charge of just $1. That's right. The Oakland Raiders, which are paying a $1 million rent at the so-called old and run-down Oakland Coliseum, are proposing to pay a rental fee of $1 to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, and also stick them with other stadium operations costs, including utilities and Internet, while keeping all naming right and sponsorship monies. The Oakland Raiders must take the Las Vegas Stadium Authority staff for suckers who have never negotiated a stadium lease before, and want the NFL to approve the Raiders' relocation so bad, they'll agree to sell their souls to the devil if that's what it takes. A $1 rental agreement on a $1.9 billion, retractable roof stadium. By contrast, the Houston Texans, which benefit from hotel tax financing, and have a retractable roof, have a $1.5 million annual rent in a lease that lasts to 2031. Indeed, the AECOM study for the proposed Las Vegas MLS Soccer Stadium recommended an annual rent of just north of $4 million. The bottom line is, considering all of the costs the Las Vegas Stadium Authority is being asked to assume in the Oakland Raiders proposal, the LVSA will wind up running a deficit after its' first year of operation. There's no spreadsheet scenario where the LVSA comes clearly into the black under the Raiders proposal. That's not the way it's supposed to be, and anyone on the staff who would claim that this is the only way to do it because of the bond issue either doesn't know what they're doing, or is not telling the truth. As them why the Houston Texans Stadium, site of Super Bowl 51, pays a $1.5 million rent to its stadium authority, and also has a hotel-tax-supported financing structure? Stay tuned.
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Oakland Raiders $1 Rent NFL Lease Proposal Will Put Las Vegas Stadium Authority In Deficit

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Oakland Raiders $1 Rent NFL Lease Proposal Will Put Las Vegas Stadium Authority In Deficit Oakland Raiders. The Las Vegas lease proposal to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority proves what Oakland and Alameda County have known for years: give the Raiders a chance to take what you have, and they'll do it. The Raiders want it all for them, and as little for you as possible. In the case of the 107-page Las Vegas Lease Proposal, which this blogger went through, there are several problems, among them the fact that there's a rent charge of just $1. That's right. The Oakland Raiders, which are paying a $1 million rent at the so-called old and run-down Oakland Coliseum, are proposing to pay a rental fee of $1 to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, and also stick them with other stadium operations costs, including utilities and Internet, while keeping all naming right and sponsorship monies. The Oakland Raiders must take the Las Vegas Stadium Authority staff for suckers who have never negotiated a stadium lease before, and want the NFL to approve the Raiders' relocation so bad, they'll agree to sell their souls to the devil if that's what it takes. A $1 rental agreement on a $1.9 billion, retractable roof stadium. By contrast, the Houston Texans, which benefit from hotel tax financing, and have a retractable roof, have a $1.5 million annual rent in a lease that lasts to 2031. Indeed, the AECOM study for the proposed Las Vegas MLS Soccer Stadium recommended an annual rent of just north of $4 million. The bottom line is, considering all of the costs the Las Vegas Stadium Authority is being asked to assume in the Oakland Raiders proposal, the LVSA will wind up running a deficit after its' first year of operation. There's no spreadsheet scenario where the LVSA comes clearly into the black under the Raiders proposal. That's not the way it's supposed to be, and anyone on the staff who would claim that this is the only way to do it because of the bond issue either doesn't know what they're doing, or is not telling the truth. As them why the Houston Texans Stadium, site of Super Bowl 51, pays a $1.5 million rent to its stadium authority, and also has a hotel-tax-supported financing structure? Stay tuned.
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Letters: Are these the Lakers or the losing 49ers? – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesRichard Agay. Los Angeles. :: Oh sure, Dan Guerrero can pick a women’s lacrosse coach, but when it comes to the the only two revenue-producing sports (men’s football and basketball), he has two guys who have a lock on third and fourth place in the Pac … …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports […]

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Californians compete for a rare prize: a blue-collar union job paying up to $200000 – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesIn February, for the first time in over a decade, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union will raffle off thousands of part-time gigs working at Los Angeles-area ports. The slots don’t come with benefits or steady hours. But eventually, after … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Snap IPO will help turn Los Angeles into a hotbed for start-ups, said mayor – CNBC

CNBCWith Snap expected to go public as early as the end of March, the start-up scene in Los Angeles is getting more attention, and Mayor Eric Garcetti hopes it will kickstart the city’s tech ecosystem. “MySpace, while it never had the success that folks …Mayor Eric Garcetti wants to bring more tech jobs to Los […]

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Classic Auto Show Makes U.S. Debut in Los Angeles – NBC Southern California

NBC Southern CaliforniaUrban Exposition’s Classic Auto Show is making its U.S. debut at the Los Angeles Convention Center, featuring cars from every era dating back to the early twentieth century. Until this weekend, this car show has only been shown in the U.K, The … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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List Of Major Sports League’s Franchise Relocations – CBS Local

CBS LocalA year after the Rams returned to Los Angeles, the Chargers announced they’ll be joining them in L.A. and the Raiders sought permission to move to Las Vegas. If Mark Davis gets approval, this trio of franchise relocations would represent the largest … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google […]

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Los Angeles Mayor says he’s willing to sue the Trump administration over immigration – CNBC

CNBCAn outspoken critic of Donald Trump throughout the campaign, he’s now trying to figure out how to maintain his city’s policy as a sanctuary city on immigration without losing the $500 million Los Angeles gets from the federal government. At TechFair LA …Los Angeles City Council chooses resistancePeople’s WorldSanctuary-City Mayors Vow to Defy Trump After […]

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