Jevon Phillips started at the Los Angeles Times in 2004 working as a producer on the home page of the website and in sports. He made the transition to entertainment , and helps maintain the online section. He writes occasional stories on topics ranging from comic books to hip-hop dance to TV fairy tales.
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