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Samurai Exhibit at LACMA Displays Evolution of Armor and Lore

Samurai Exhibit at LACMA Displays Evolution of Armor and Lore

Samurai values, techniques and legends have long fascinated Westerners. Initially armed servants, samurais later became experts in the skill and warfare. A new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), opening Oct. 19, displays in fascinating detail the evolution of Samurai armor, skills and lore. The special show, Samurai: Japanese Armor from the […]

Murder Conviction Overturned After 17 Years

Murder Conviction Overturned After 17 Years

After 17 years in prison, Susan Mellen who was found guilty in 1998 of the murder of her ex-boyfriend is free, after her conviction was overturned this week. A Los Angeles County judge threw out the conviction because it hinged on a witness who was known to be an “unreliable informant.” Superior Court Judge Mark S. Arnold said that […]

Los Angeles Airport Runway Closed After Jet Blows Two Tires on Takeoff

Los Angeles Airport Runway Closed After Jet Blows Two Tires on Takeoff

The takeoff of an Aeromexico jet was stopped abruptly in Los Angeles early Saturday after two tires blew out, briefly closing the LAX  airport runway. The pilot successfully stopped the Boeing 737, which was quickly surrounded by police and firefighters, but no injuries were reported. Officials initially stated that the landing gear had collapsed. No injuries […]

FBI Makes Animal Cruelty Easier to Track [Update]

FBI Makes Animal Cruelty Easier to Track [Update]

Update: This article has been updated to reflect that the FBI is making animal cruelty easier to track; not as previously stated that the FBI made the law. Guardian Liberty Voice apologizes for the error. The FBI is making animal cruelty easier to track as a top-tier felony, in what they say is an effort […]

Jaguar Stolen 46 Years Ago Found

Jaguar Stolen 46 Years Ago Found

A 1967 Jaguar XK-E that belonged to Ivan Schneider that was stolen 46 years ago from the front of his apartment in Manhattan has been found. Now, over four and a half decades later it is on the way back to its rightful owner. Schneider, a retired trial lawyer was in disbelief when he received a call from the […]

Los Angeles Debuts ‘Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera’ [Review]

Los Angeles Debuts ‘Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera’ [Review]

The world premiere of Psyche: A Modern Rock Opera debuted this Labor Day weekend at the Greenway Court Theatre in Los Angeles. The live theatrical production is based on numerous aspects of Greek mythology, focusing primarily on the story of the human-turned-goddess, Psyche. The official synopsis for Psyche is as follows: “Psyche: A Modern Rock […]

German Man Sues McDonalds, Claims He Swallowed Juice Dispenser Valve

German Man Sues McDonalds, Claims He Swallowed Juice Dispenser Valve

A German man has filed a lawsuit against international fast food restaurant McDonalds, claiming that he swallowed a juice dispenser valve upon drinking his beverage. The incident allegedly occurred at a San Fernando Valley McDonalds in April of 2012. Klaus Geier says he ordered his meal via the McDonald’s drive-through, and upon exiting the venue […]

Tecolote Fire in Angeles National Forest Prompts Evacuations

Tecolote Fire in Angeles National Forest Prompts Evacuations

The Tecolote fire in the Angeles National Forest just 18 miles north of Glendora has spread to over 350 acres and reports indicate that it is zero percent contained. According to Eye Witness News Los Angeles, the fire started at Mile Marker 28 on Highway 39 and the initial response included deploying at least eight […]

AFL’s Los Angeles Kiss Draws Attention to the Arena Football League

AFL’s Los Angeles Kiss Draws Attention to the Arena Football League

Arena football has suffered in the past due to revenue and popularity, but with the help of two KISS rockers, the AFL may be on its way to gaining the respect that it deserves. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS draws attention to their recently new partnered AFL team, the Los Angeles Kiss, and […]

Los Angeles Police Shoot Unarmed Black Man

Los Angeles Police Shoot Unarmed Black Man

The Los Angeles Police Department announced on Wednesday that two of their officers shot an unarmed black man on Monday. The unidentified man was killed at approximately 8:20 p.m. after he allegedly tackled one of the officers and made an attempt to grab his weapon. He was shot in South Los Angeles by the officer […]

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