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  • Stan Jolley dies at 86; one of Disneyland's original designers

    Stan Jolley dies at 86; one of Disneyland's original designers
    Stan Jolley was a senior set designer at 20th Century Fox in 1953 when he got a call from his artist friend Herb Ryman at Walt Disney Studios. Ryman was working on the original drawings for a theme park Disney was planning and suggested Jolley meet the...
  • Review: Disney's Cars Land feels like walking into a movie

    Review: Disney's Cars Land feels like walking into a movie
    Like opening the door to Oz, walking into Cars Land at Disney California Adventure is like stepping into a real-life version of the fictional town of Radiator Springs from the 2006 animated movie. PHOTOS: Preview day | Buena Vista Street | Cars Land | ...
  • Ex-Disneyland worker expected to sue over head scarf, alleged harassment

     
    A former Disneyland employee is expected to announce a federal lawsuit against the entertainment giant, saying she was harassed and unfairly removed from her hostess job after refusing to remove her head scarf at work....
  • L.A.'s Grand Park opens to cheers, dips in dramatic fountain

     
    Los Angeles politicians and billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad took off their dress shoes and celebrated together in the renovated Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain on Thursday to cap off an opening ceremony for downtown's new Grand Park. The hour-long...
  • Box Office: 'The Avengers' has No. 1 domestic opening ever [Video]

     
    In this week's box office video report, Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman discusses the phenomenal opening of "The Avengers," which had the biggest domestic debut of all-time with $200.3 million....
  • Our favorite Martians: The red planet, a pop culture history

     
    After traveling 352 million miles, NASA‘s Curiosity rover is rolling into history amid the rust-colored ridges of Mars. But pop culture and the arts ......
  • Disney says Muslim woman had options in head scarf dispute

     
    Disney officials say they presented "multiple options" to accommodate the religious beliefs of a Muslim woman who is now suing the entertainment giant, saying she unfairly lost her job at a Disneyland Resort café after refusing to remove her head scarf at...
  • 'Frozen' and Tonka trucks: New animated films in the works

     
    Two announcements Monday about new CG animated films -- Walt Disney Animation Studios' fairy tale-inspired musical "Frozen" and Sony Pictures Animation's untitled Tonka truck movie -- signal the breadth of projects in the bustling animation medium that...
  • Comic-Con: How ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ infiltrated the game industry

     
    Assembling the collection of classic video game characters that inhabit Walt Disney Animation Studio's upcoming “Wreck-It Ralph” was a lot ......
  • Hundreds turn out for public events at new downtown park

     
    Hundreds danced on a large grass lawn, children splashed in a new fountain while others posed for photos with City Hall as a backdrop Saturday, as the opening weekend festivities continued at downtown's new Grand Park....
  • Will Grand Park be L.A.'s version of Central Park?

     
    After a $56-million renovation, the 12-acre rectangle from the top of Bunker Hill to the base of City Hall will be christened this week as L.A.'s Grand Park, providing downtown with its first sizable amount of open space....