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Jevon Phillips

Jevon Phillips started at the Los Angeles Times in 2004 working as a producer on the home page of the website and in sports. During this time, he helped win an L.A. Press Club award for an interactive Super Bowl package. He made the transition to entertainment (worked seven years at Variety), and helps maintain The Times’ entertainment site online. He writes occasional stories on topics ranging from comic books to hip-hop dance to TV fairy tales.
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Stan Lee's voice alone was often enough to draw a crowd

A remembrance of Stan Lee and the power that just his voice had to draw in a crowd.

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