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Daily DishThe next two weekends are going to be a blizzard of hashtags. This coming weekend, there's BlogHer Food. Held over two days in San Francisco, the sold-out conference features some of the most influential names in the food world, including......
Company TownElectronic Arts has snapped up Chillingo, a U.K. publisher of Angry Birds, Cut the Rope and other iPhone and iPad games, for less than $20 million in cash, according to sources close to the deal....
L.A. Times Tech BlogInformation Architect's Writer app for iPad...
L.A. Times Tech BlogShowing it is highly focused on conquering mobile the way it has the personal computer, Zynga Game Network Inc., the biggest maker of games on Facebook Inc. including FarmVille, said Thursday it had bought Texas mobile-game company Newtoy Inc. Newtoy........
Show TrackerA recap of 'Pretty Little Liars,' in which the drama reaches soap opera levels...
Show TrackerIf this acting thing doesn't work out, Katie Holmes might want to consider a career in reality TV. Not that the almost unbearably sweet actress has the shamelessness required of such a job, but who wouldn't like to get a......
Los Angeles Times Book CriticThe first Stephen King book I ever read was "Different Seasons," a set of four novellas published in 1982. It's a hell of a collection, featuring " Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption," "Apt Pupil" and "The Body," the last of which inspired the 1986...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Marriage, Punishment, Stephen King, Book
I have always had an obsession with knowing what will happen next. I check weather.com on a nightly basis and have a predilection for scanning the TV listings so that I can plan my Sunday afternoons accordingly. But lately, I've learned that sometimes...
Tags: Human Body, Internists, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Pancreatic Cancer
James J. Kilpatrick, a nationally syndicated columnist whose strongly conservative viewpoints on politics, law and language appeared in hundreds of newspapers over the last five decades and made him a popular, even parodied, television pundit, died Sunday...
He already lived in the shadows, if you could call it living. Most days, for nearly four years, Glenn Harrington foraged for money, smoked marijuana and methamphetamine, and searched for somewhere to crash: a buddy's couch, a deck chair at the...
All The RageBloomingdale's opened in Santa Monica with a chic soiree Wednesday night to benefit the Cedars-Sinai Heart Instituteâs Womenâs Heart Center. It was the first glimpse many people had gotten of the store -- one of the anchor retailers of the......
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