🌱 4 Western Ave Murder Suspects + Buying Cannabis At Farmers Markets?

Welcome back, Los Angeles; today is National Paper Airplane Day† I’m here in your inbox as usual to keep you up to date with everything you need to know about what’s happening in the city.

Four teens are suspected of murder a 33-year-old man in April. A legislature also wants the selling and buying cannabis at local farmers markets† Finally, Amazon Style is open


First of all, today’s weather:

Low clouds, then some sun. High: 74 Low: 58.


Where is the cheapest gallon of regular gasoline in Los Angeles?
Arco op 3479 Motor Avenue.$5.65
Berri Brothers at 3860 E 3rd St.$5.67
United Oil at 705 N East Ave.$5.69
G&M at 7960 Santa Monica Blvd.$5.69
Mobile on 1502 S Robertson Blvd.$5.69
Arco op 3775 S Vermont Avenue.$5.75


Poll: Who should be the next mayor of Los Angeles?
Please share your opinion! (From today, Rick Caruso leads the pack with 52.2% of your votes, and Karen Bass is in second place with 26.8%.)


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Here are today’s top Los Angeles stories:

  1. On Wednesday, the LAPD asked the public to provide information related to a stabbing in april† Officers are looking for four teenagers Who killed a 33-year-old man near Western Avenue and 89th Street† “Police say the suspects wanted in connection with the death are two teenage girls and two teenage boys. All four suspects are between the ages of 14 and 16.” (KTLA)
  2. Would you like to buy weed at the local farmers market? Assembly account 2691 wants to make it possible for small local growers to sell it to you there. “AB 2691 hopes to bridge the gap between producers growing less than an acre of cannabis and consumers, something that has been a constant challenge since California voters passed the Adult Use of Marijuana Act/Proposition 64 in 2016.” critics of the measure include the United Cannabis Business Associationwho believes it is contrary to the intent of Prop 64. (Eater LA)
  3. Amazon style opened Wednesday at 899 Americana Way† It is the company’s first physical location for men’s and women’s clothing. “Every item of clothing in the store comes with a QR code that customers can scan to create a list of clothes they would like to try on in a fitting room or send directly to the store to pick up for purchase so they don’t have to carry around piles of items.” (The edge)
  4. On Wednesday we learned that the 63-year-old musician Babyface Wants To Unload Its Property In Bel Air For $8 Million† He originally bought it in 2004 for $4.1 million. Design details include “hand-carved doors, a cave-style pool, and art and sculpture exhibition space.” (Mansion worldwide)
  5. Mark your calendars! There will be an 5 kilometer mini-marathon on June 5th to celebrate Italian Republic Day. Organized by the Consul General of Italy in Los Angeles, it will take the form of an “Italian-style street party.” The run starts at 8am in San Pedro† “The guest of honor at the event is Joe Buscaino, the only Italian-American member of the Los Angeles City Council.” (Globe Newswire)

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Today in Los Angeles:

  • Star Wars Celebration 2022 at the Anaheim Convention Center (11am)
  • Mayor Candidate Craig Greiwe organizes campaign fundraiser “JAM The Vote Concert Los Angeles” at the Globe Theater (7:00 PM)
  • Regency West presents Leimert Park Comedy nights (7:30 p.m.)
  • Lovett or leave it: live or else at Dynasty Typewriter at The Hayworth (8pm)
  • Call in case of alarm at the Paper Tiger Bar (10pm)

From my notebook:

  • 🚒 Congratulations on the newest 34 LACoFD pilot firefighters from Recruit Class 167 who completed and graduated from the Academy! (Instagram)
  • A Glassell Park neighbor is worried because their mailman hasn’t come in the past two days† They are near the boundary between Glassell Park and Mount Washington. They have regularly received USPS Daily Informed Delivery via email, but none of the email has appeared. Anyone else noticed? (Neighbourhood)
  • U.S Highland Park Meridian St neighbor wants to know if you been to Costa Rica† They are trying to plan a trip to Costa Rica and need someone to talk to. (Neighbourhood)
  • A neighbor in the King’s Center area is looking for a gardener for monthly service. They would appreciate any references. (Neighbourhood)
  • A Culver West neighbour only received the state vote† Not our local. Where are they going to get this done? (Neighbourhood)

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Sylvia Cochran

About Me: Based out of sunny Southern California, Sylvia Cochran has been writing full-time as a freelancer since 2005. She loves dogs, cats, books, plays Best Fiends (don’t judge), embraces social justice and tries to live up to Micah 6:8.

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