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You've heard of binge-viewing? That's when people consume multiple episodes of the same television show in one sitting. Netflix has embraced binge-viewing as a business strategy. When it released its first original drama, the political thriller "House...
Los Angeles TimesMaybe they slowly grew on me. Or maybe it was the sheer sugar rush — from testing close to 75 dozen chicks — but I'll admit it. I've grown fond of Peeps. For most of us, an Easter basket simply isn't complete without a box of Peeps. The...
The Lakers (41-37) muscled out a win on Tuesday night at Staples Center with a 104-96 victory over the New Orleans Hornets. On Wednesday in Portland, they'll have the chance to achieve something they've failed at 15 straight times -- winning two games...
A married couple who disappeared nine years before the husband’s body was discovered buried in his San Marino home’s backyard had struggled financially but were otherwise happy, a friend testified Monday. Susan Coffman, who described herself...
L.A. NOWProsecutors say John Sohus was killed by German-born Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, a man with numerous aliases. Testimony is expected to begin Tuesday in Gerhartsreiter’s trial in Los Angeles Superior Court....
L.A. NOWAn Inland Empire man described by federal prosecutors as a "ruthless predator" was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years in federal prison in connection to allegations that he molested at least three children, photographed the abuse and sold those images over the...
While Jefferson Mays was performing in "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" in the fall of 2012 at Hartford Stage, he recalls, his wife kept overhearing variations on the same remark at intermission: "Isn't it wonderful how they got actors who all...
L.A. NOWThe trial of the man who went by the alias "Clark Rockefeller" is but one high-profile case now on the 9th floor of Los Angeles’ downtown criminal courthouse....
Defense attorneys for a man who pretended to be a Rockefeller and is now charged with the cold-case murder of his San Marino landlady's adult son wrapped up their case Wednesday. They focused on an enduring mystery in the nearly 30-year-old whodunit:...
L.A. NOWOfficials will hold a forum in Orange County next week to discuss a survey that found that blacks in the county feel harassed. About a quarter of the African Americans who participated in the human relations study reported experiencing discrimination........
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Republican elected official who casually uses the racist term “wetbacks” during a radio interview is a dunderhead of the first magnitude. “My father had a ranch; we used to have 50-60...
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It feels like the end times are coming to little Brewster, R.I., one of those anonymous towns that used to have an economic purpose — fishing, quarry mining, farming, textiles — but now pretty much just holds beds for commuters who work in...
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