LOS ANGELES, CA – A powerful rainstorm was expected to move through the Los Angeles area on Monday, sparking a week of back-to-back storms. According to the National Weather Service, Monday’s fast-moving storm could bring between a half inch and 1 inch of rain with the potential for more. TheRead More →

Keke Palmer has bought a hillside studio home that once belonged to former Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy, Dirt reports. Palmer paid $1.4million for the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom space that McCurdy, who played Sam on the hit show iCarly, lived between 2013 and 2016. The 2,600-square-foot Mediterranean-style home features the style’s classicRead More →

VAN NUYS, Calif. — A man was shot and injured while sitting in his car in Van Nuys, and his attacker remains at large, authorities said Monday. The victim was hospitalized with stable vital signs according to Officer A. Delatorre of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Operations Center. The shootingRead More →

LOS ANGELES, CA – A cold storm from the Gulf of Alaska brought much-needed rain to Southern California on Thursday, but the real deluge is yet to come. The first powerful storm of the season is expected to move in Monday, bringing up to 3 inches of rain along theRead More →

A new mall built at the former Studio City landmark, known as Sportsmen’s Lodge, is now open after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation. The 95,000 square foot commercial and retail space, located at the corner of Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Ventura Boulevard, recently signed new stores and restaurants, including theRead More →

COVID-19 testing site opens in Beverly HillsAnother COVID-19 testing site capable of administering large quantities of tests is scheduled to open Sunday evening in Beverly Hills. The site would be able to give up to 2,000 tests per day. 2 hours ago CA Wineries, farms, outdoor businesses eligible for fireRead More →

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Studio City and Santa Clarita are among the communities in Los Angeles County with the highest new COVID-19 infection rates, despite high vaccination rates. Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the LA County Department of Public Health, reported Thursday that these communities were among the county’s 10Read More →

On Thursday, health officials highlighted ten areas in Los Angeles County that have become COVID-19 ‘hotspots’ in recent weeks amid lingering concerns the region could see another wave of the winter virus. . Lancaster, Palmdale, Studio City, Santa Clarita, Venice, Downtown Los Angeles, Wholesale District, Willowbrook, West Hills and StevensonRead More →

ZHA China’s Studio City Phase 2 Completed Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects / Minmud To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/972142/zhas-studio-city-phase-2-in-china-has-topped-out Phase 2 of Hollywood-inspired Studio City by Zaha Hadid Architects has reached full construction height. Located in the Cotai district of Macau, the resortRead More →

Amid lingering concerns about a possible post-holiday coronavirus surge, Lancaster, Palmdale, Santa Clarita, Studio City and Venice are among the latest coronavirus hotspots, officials said Thursday (November 18). But the reasons why they remained unclear to investigators. Although there was a common theme: the disease seemed to circulate most amongRead More →

a Hollywood-inspired resort in China zaha hadid architects (ZHA) announces the crowning out of its studio town resort expansion in macau, china. the internationally acclaimed architects had been asked to expand the hollywood-inspired development in 2017, which had welcomed visitors since 2015. following the completion of so-called ‘studio city phaseRead More →

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission on Thursday recommended that the City Council designate Oil Can Harry’s, which closed in January, as a historic-cultural landmark for being one of the oldest gay bars in the Los Angeles Valley. San Fernando. Oil Can Harry’s was opened in StudioRead More →

Mountain lion spotted in Studio City A home surveillance camera captured a mountain lion walking along a neighborhood in Studio City. Now a family is warning other pet owners in the area. LOS ANGELES – A mountain lion was filmed strolling the sidewalk in a Studio City neighborhood. The videoRead More →

ViacomCBS is looking to divest itself of more real estate. A week after reaching an agreement to sell the former CBS “Black Rock” headquarters in New York, ViacomCBS plans to offload its famed CBS studios in Studio City, Calif., according to reports. ViacomCBS has engaged commercial real estate firm JLLRead More →

The owner of the 5.8-acre Sportsmen’s Lodge site has filed plans with the City of Los Angeles to turn the hotel into a mixed-use housing development with 520 apartments – 78 earmarked as affordable housing. The project’s filing comes just over two weeks after homeless service providers rushed to moveRead More →

The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District announced on Thursday, July 22, the first West Nile virus-positive mosquito samples to be confirmed this year in its service area. The positive mosquito samples were collected from mosquito traps in Bellflower (90706), Studio City (91602) and Tarzana (91356), confirming the presenceRead More →

The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission has officially recommended that the Los Angeles City Council consider designating Weddington Golf & Tennis as a historic landmark on April 15. Such a designation would slow the school’s building plans for its River Park project by setting tighter restrictions for development on theRead More →

Around the same time, in the fall of 2015, that he sold a beautiful early 20th-century limestone townhouse in Brooklyn’s Lefferts Manor neighborhood for $1.6 million, Michael Showalter, a hardworking diligent at several Hollywood hyphens, shelled out not quite $1.65 million for a traditional 1940 in Studio City in LosRead More →

George Lydecker, an electrical engineer based in Studio City, Los Angeles, has one of the best-equipped electronic workspaces we’ve seen in a long time. The super-organized space serves as an electronics lab, home office, ham radio station, and technical library. Prepare to be impressed, inspired and even a little jealousRead More →

The pandemic has forced many restaurants and retailers to cut fixed expenses, including marketing budgets. But marketing can serve as a fundamental building block that can help a small business recover faster. Build your competitive edge in the market by creating high-quality, impactful photography and video to enhance your marketingRead More →