DOWNEY >> A controversial proposal to bring go-go dancers to a local nightclub will be up for final approval by the city's Planning Commission on Aug. 20. The City Council addressed some public concerns about the proposal at its meeting Tuesday evening, but will not be able to take any action until the commission makes its final decision.
Forbes magazine reports Downey is the highest paid actor in Hollywood for the second straight year, estimating the "Iron Man" star earned $75 million between June 2013 and June 2014, which is about the same amount as he earned last year.
Downey's summer of cycling continues on the heels of June's successful all-day "Rock N' Ride" event, which featured the city's first annual "Tour de Downey," at which nearly 300 riders participated in two rides on Saturday, June 14. A marvelous aerial video of the event, focusing on a local ride through parts of the residential Downey community, is ... (more)
"My mom would constantly tell me to go to the doctor, 'Bere you look pale, you don't look wella ' Yes, I was more tired and fatigued than usual but I assumed that it was just stress from trying to balance out school, work, internship, sorority, family, friends and boyfriend all at once," Guerrero said.
Going against the recommendations of Downey Police and city planners, a majority Planning Commission on Wednesday night gave preliminary approval to a nightclub's request to use go-go dancers on a probationary basis.
Rejected twice before, representatives for Club DB Lounge hope the third time will be the charm when they appear before the Downey Planning Commission on Wednesday seeking permission to hire go-go dancers and classify them as live entertainment.
Despite extensive public outreach and the threat of heavy fines, Downey city council members admitted this week that illegal fireworks rained over the city on Independence Day, and there may not be much more the city can do about it.
The RTH Stroke Foundation announced today that it has opened up 150 additional seats for its upcoming free Primary Stroke Prevention seminar on Wednesday, July 30 because of a very special guest who will be joining the program.