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The one-hour program, ‘After Monterey Park: The Impact of Gun Violence on Our Communities,’ airs tonight at 7 and 10 p.m. on Spectrum News 1
The weekend festival will take place at USC and feature a variety of authors and experts, including Stacey Abrams, Michael Connelly, Laura Dave, Laura Dern, Omar Epps, Jennifer Garner, Roxane Gay, Jemele Hill, Lois Lowry, Idina Menzel, Katie Porter, Meghan Trainor and more
The Los Angeles Times Sports staff earned prestigious Associated Press Sports Editors Grand Slam honors for the third consecutive year.
Holiday will be a key voice in L.A. Times’ Image magazine’s ongoing mission to tell stories about L.A. life, style and culture in an authentic, rigorous and original way
The 43rd annual awards will recognize outstanding literary achievements in 12 categories, with winners to be announced on April 21
The Los Angeles Times has launched an ambitious multimedia series that focuses on the Southwest’s shrinking water lifeline.
L.A. Times’ The Envelope Roundtables Bring Oscar Contenders Together for Conversations About Filmmaking
Presented by Amazon Studios, the conversations between actors, actresses and directors from this year’s acclaimed films are available on latimes.com and Spectrum News 1.
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Erin B. Logan and Sports Culture Critic Tyler R. Tynes were named in Forbes’ 2023 list of 30 Under 30 in Media.
Two stories about the attack on U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, and a report on Bruce Willis’ diagnosis with a cognitive disorder ranked among this year’s 100 most engaging stories, according to the publishing data and analytics company Chartbeat.
Keri Blakinger covers the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Brennon Dixson reports on Black communities in Los Angeles.
She brings more than three decades of experience to her new role supervising an enterprise team and helping shape coverage of issues central to California and its influence nationally.
She’ll work closely with leaders across the business to align editorial and financial goals and guide where The Times should place strategic bets.
He has spent the last eight years writing from the Korean peninsula for the Atlantic, the New Yorker and other publications.
The veteran journalist most recently worked as deputy director of photography at the Boston Globe, where she had a hand in much of its most ambitious work.
She will help develop partnerships with the Latino community, aid in the creation and execution of live events, and bring her news judgment and digital skills to the team.
He’ll lead the creation of a list of 101 of the city’s most powerful and influential people, brought to life through written works, podcasts, photography, videos and events.
She will offer L.A. Times readers intimate, in-depth portraits of the people shaping today’s culture.
The native Angeleno has designed for clients across various industries, focusing on branding and visual storytelling.
She will explore the many contours of Latinidad and be a critical piece in The Times’ efforts to grow Latino readership.
Her coverage will focus on how food intersects with immigration policy, labor issues, agriculture, economics and the environment.
Johnson will be editor, Maciel moves to assistant general manager and Núñez joins the audience team in changes that will help better serve the Spanish-speaking audience.