Hayley Fox General Assignment Reporter
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Fox graduated from UC Berkeley in 2005 with a bachelor's in film studies. After spending a few years post-grad working as a production assistant on films and writing freelance for arts/entertainment publications, Fox returned to school and attended USC's Annenberg School of Communication. She received her Masters in Journalism in the spring of 2011.
She began her career at KPCC as an intern and quickly moved from producing weekly multimedia features for the website to becoming a web producer and now an on-air reporter.
Fox is a native Angeleno, a dog lover and a Dodgers fan.
Stories by Hayley Fox
Umamicatessen, an upscale cafeteria created by the people at Umami Burger, will now include a craft beer and cocktail watering hole. The downtown L.A. space opens this weekend.
Pop Tart gallery hosts a retrospective on underground L.A. dance club "A Club Called Rhonda," showing the club's "epic evenings of glamour, debauchery and hope."
The California-born Adams is best known for his landscape photos of deserts, mountain ranges and forests.
Arturo Vargas is the chairman of the L.A. Redistricting Commission and on the front lines of the intense debate over council districts. "Redistricting is the most political element of our form of democracy," he said.
The L.A. Zine Fest celebrates the punk rock art of self-publishing and photocopying in an increasingly digital world. More than 85 vendors will be selling and trading zines along with a variety of DIY workshops and speakers.
Simon Redditt drinks Hennessy, eats chocolate Whoppers and stays up late watching Lakers games. He's seen two world wars and the sinking of the Titanic. Now he shares his story.
Clifton's Cafeteria, the aged forest oasis in the midst of Broadway bustle, showed its true face today as the building's original facade was unveiled.
From the man who brought you Spaceland, The Echo, the Echoplex and other Echo Park/Silver Lake pursuits, comes the projected Fall 2012 reopening of Main Street's Regent Theater.
The First Lady promoted fresh food availability today on the site of a forthcoming full service market. "This day is a confirmation of the American Dream," the owner of the new store beamed.
In a beautiful garden just a few blocks from Little Tokyo, the councilwoman stood before a group of reporters and called the whole redistricting process ugly.
L.A.'s proposed redistricting maps were released yesterday, unveiling controversial district boundaries. Jan Perry's district was hit especially hard, losing most of downtown.
The LA staple's cup of coffee has been a welcoming, warming tradition for generations; but soon, that caffeine boost will cost five times as much.
Union workers Monday marched at Los Angeles International Airport. They maintain the contractor they work for is about to eliminate their health care.
With an investment from Earvin "Magic" Johnson's real estate company, the expansive One Santa Fe development in the Arts District is set to begin preliminary construction this month.
Richard Lange is an L.A. author who revels in the unglamorous side of the city. He's published a novel, "This Wicked World", a collection of short stories, "Dead Boys," and been published in Slake Magazine and the "Best American Mystery Stories of 2011".