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Post & Beam chef finds it’s all a balancing act

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer Q&A WITH JOHN CLEVELAND BALDWIN HILLS — It’s a blisteringly hot day in Los Angeles and Chef John Cleveland, the owner of...

Final environmental report released on Hollywood Center

Wave Wire Service LOS ANGELES — The city Planning Department has released the final environmental report on the Hollywood Center, a planned $1 billion mixed-use...

Developers file complaint over seismic assessment

Wave Wire Services HOLLYWOOD — The development team of the Hollywood Center, a planned campus of buildings including two high-rises, has filed a complaint with...

Los Angeles real estate showing promise despite COVID-19 pandemic

By: Kayla Rodgers, Contributing Writer Hollywood -- The COVID-19 pandemic has left many unknowns about the future of the real estate market in Los Angeles,...

New, black-owned apparel store opens in Inglewood

By John W. Davis Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — Opening a new business is always a risky venture. Opening one in the midst of a pandemic is...

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Downtown Crenshaw proposes community stakeholders pool funds to buy plaza

By Shirley Hawkins, Contributing Writer CRENSHAW — A major architectural firm has teamed up with a local group to design new plans for the Baldwin Hills...

Postal service cuts designed to thwart voting by mail, critics say

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire President Donald Trump has made no secret of his desire to dismantle the U.S. Postal Service or revamp the agency...

Pandemic takes its toll on small business owners

By Alfredo Santana Contributing Writer DOWNEY — For media producer Luis Dominguez, jobs filming weddings, baptisms and quinceañera ceremonies came to a screeching halt in March...

Leimert Park bike shop fills a need for cyclists

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer LEIMERT PARK — Adé E. Neff is an avid cyclist who rides his bike everywhere. It’s his sole means of transportation. Since...

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‘Do you think the November election will be fair?’

STREET BEAT Govanna M. Los Angeles “I don’t think it will be fair because of the president. I think that he’s doing everything in his power to...

Mall owner asks county to allow reopenings

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — One day after a group of business owners filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County, challenging its COVID-19-related...

California boosts COVID-19 workplace safety rules

By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer L.A.’s Al Fresco program, which launched in May to help restaurants quickly adapt to outdoor dining, has been paused by city...

Free ride ends for Culver CityBus passengers

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — The city’s bus service resumed collecting fares Sept. 14 after providing free rides for passengers since March 18. The...