Final shows at Los Feliz’ Trepany House; man sues Dodgers over beating; bike and pedestrian count

  • Trepany House, a “hub for subversive ideas and performance,” prepares to leave behind its Los Feliz theater, which will be demolished and replaced by housing. L.A. Weekly
  • A biennial count of cyclists and pedestrians will be conducted this month after the previous count showed a significant drop in the number of people biking. KPCC
  • A Bakersfield geologist is suing the Dodgers over brain injuries he suffered when he was allegedly beaten after going to a playoff game in 2015. My News LA
  • A judge dismissed the case against an LAPD officer who had been accused of not arresting a suspected drunk driver in Boyle Heights. Prosecutors had claimed the officer and his partner falsified a police report because they wanted to finish their shift L.A. Times

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Sparks play El Rey

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Sparks Take Over The El Rey

Musical mavericks Sparks – Californian brothers Ron and Russell Mael – have returned. Described as “the smartest, most consistently evolving band in the history of rock” and internationally acclaimed as pop pioneers, Sparks’ music has always been innovative and instantly identifiable. Sparks will play a special event, 3-day series at the El Rey Theatre starting Oct. 14.

  • El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles
  • Oct 14, 15 & 17, 2017 – 8:30PM
  • Doors Open: 7:30 PM

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