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ST. GEORGE, Utah — Zach Bowers' cultural education included a battle of wills over a simple task: how to mop the kitchen floor. Just when the teenager thought he was done with the weekly chore, Debbie Hofhines would loom like a drill sergeant,...
For the first time in memory, a woman has led a prayer at the major conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City. Jean A. Stevens offered the closing prayer for more than 100,000 Mormons gathered Saturday for the...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a message for the Boy Scouts of America's plan to allow gay Scouts: We're fine with it. The Mormon Church, which has historically opposed same-sex marriage, said Thursday that it supported the Scouts'...
The newer, smaller and more centrally organized a religion is, the less prone it is to reformed versions breaking away. It also helps if the religion's followers form an insular group, to one extent or another, away from the tug of societal trends....
This post has been updated, as indicated below.The National Assn. to Advance Fat Acceptance calls it "appalling" that the new season of "The Biggest Loser" will include young teenagers. Season 14 of NBC's reality weight-loss competition begins Sunday night and will include three teenagers -- two 13-...
The holiday season is usually a bountiful time of year for Broadway shows. Hordes of tourists bring about a bump in box-office receipts for musicals and plays across the board. The most recent holiday period proved to be no exception. "Wicked," still...
The Broadway season has not been kind to David Mamet. The playwright has seen his new drama "The Anarchist" close after less than a month while a highly touted revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross," starring Al Pacino, has earned unenthusiastic reviews....
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - latimes.comThe Walt Disney Co. has a new challenge for video gamers. Are they ready to whistle while they play? “Epic ......
L.A. NOWSteven Showers doesn't want the GOP to nominate Mitt Romney as the Republican standard-bearer at the party's convention next week....
L.A. NOW"Romney's Racist" sign: A Ventura County man has generated controversy by erecting a large neon sign attacking GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney....
L.A. NOWA large neon sign attacking GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is generating controversy in Newbury Park. Steven Showers, 59, a technical writer, erected a 14-foot neon sign in the front yard of his Newbury Park home that condemns Romney as......
"Once" is once again in the awards spotlight. The original cast recording for the popular Broadway show is among the Grammy nominees this year in the category of musical theater albums. The show features songs by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, the...
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