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First they put a lid on it, and now they're pulling the plug. Universal City's Gibson Amphitheatre, a fixture on the Southern California live music scene for more than 40 years, will close in September and be demolished to make room for the new...
Prom night at "Dancing With the Stars" was fun and all, but at the end of the day, someone had to leave this dance. And in this third week of competition, the lowest number of judges’ scores and viewer votes befell country star Wynonna and her...
Those tuxes. The flowers. That hair. Yes, it’s prom night at “Dancing With the Stars.” “Or as I call it, 'It seemed like a good idea at the time' night,” quipped host Tom Bergeron. The host had on a powder blue tuxedo...
FrameworkAmerican photographer John Wells Rahill crossed the Pacific and made the long journey to Russia in 1917, where he cataloged life....
Anton Orlov held one of the glass plates to the light. The hand-colored image seemed to glow. Two soldiers in long brown coats, rifles over their shoulders, stood with their backs to the camera. A trolley rushed out of the frame. A small patch of sky...
Dennis Zine is trying to kill me. Or at least it seems that way. He’s driving across the grass at Lanark Park in his city car, enthusing about how responsive he is to his City Council constituents here in the West San Fernando Valley, explaining...
PolitiCalThe University of California’s Board of Regents has long been considered among the most plum of gubernatorial appointments. It has been compared by past members to the College of Cardinals at the Vatican. Former Gov. Pat Brown said it was akin to ...
L.A. NOWAbout 400 people gathered Thursday evening at the steps of Pasadena City Hall to mourn a youth sports coach killed by stray gunfire on Christmas morning in Pasadena. Victor McClinton, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department technician, was...
Kobe Bryant didn't practice Tuesday for the second consecutive day because of a sore ankle and strained right foot, but he expects to be nearly at full strength when the Lakers play Utah on Wednesday. "Hopefully I'll be about 90% by tomorrow ... put this...
To generations of children attending summer camp in the Santa Monica Mountains, Grant Gerson was the happy-go-lucky guy in the boots and cowboy hat who brought the West alive for them. Gerson, who opened the Calamigos Star C Ranch in 1947, died Dec. 6...
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Jack Gilbert, a poet who eschewed conventions of career and writing style to develop a singular voice that combined intellectual heft with a spare specificity of language that made him among the major figures of American poetry over the last half-century,...
Amid reports of widespread sexual abuse of children in the late 1980s, several leading youth organizations began conducting criminal background checks of volunteers and staff members. Big Brothers Big Sisters ordered the checks for all volunteers...
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