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Downtown’s 1929 Foreman & Clark  Building Going Mixed-Use  [Image via Wikimedia Commons] Another intriguing historical building is going mixed-use Downtown: the 1929Foreman & Clark building on Seventh and Hill Streets is set to transform into a residential building with a bar and restaurants. Building LA spotted the adaptive reuse plans for the 13-story building, which were submitted to the city at the end […]

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Bike Trails While Los Angeles isn’t exactly revered as the most bike-friendly city, it’s trying. And it’s gradually improving. More sharrows are marking streets, more residents are shrinking their carbon footprints and ring your bells—there’s even a Bicycle Master Plan. So saddle up, Los Angelenos. We crowdsourced, huddled with the pros and did some pedaling of […]

Bev Hills Has Used $3 Million in School Repair Funds to Lose a Fight Against the Purple Line Subway

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For at least two years, the Beverly Hills Unified School District has been using Measure E funds intended for school renovations and improvements to fund parts of what’s proven to be a losing battle against Metro’sPurple Line subway extension, which will run under Beverly Hills High School. Now the LA Register reveals that they’ve spent at least $3 million of government cheese on their fight […]

Beverly Hills Loses First Big Legal Battle Against Purple Line

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It was a sweet day yesterday for all those dreaming of a 25-minute commute from Westwood to Downtown, when an LA County Superior Court judge dismissed lawsuitsbrought by Beverly Hills and its school district seeking to shut down the Purple Line subway extension. The lawsuits claimed that the line’s environmental reports were flawed, specifically regarding a tunnel […]

Jay Z to launch fashion line at Barneys despite controversy

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Los Angeles: Music producer-singer Jay Z will launch his fashion line at Barneys despite complaints that the multi-designer store racially discriminates against its customers. The 43-year-old, whose real name is Shawn Carter, has released a statement on his website announcing he will continue launching his line at the New York store. “I am in a […]