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After a year of controversy and declining ratings, the host announces she’ll say goodbye following the show’s 19th seaso...
05/12/2021
Ellen Is Ending Her Long-Running Talk Show

After a year of controversy and declining ratings, the host announces she’ll say goodbye following the show’s 19th season.

After a year of controversy and declining ratings, the host announces she'll say goodbye following the show's 19th season

As a petroleum pipeline shutdown cripples the Southeast, Southern California is experiencing its own pain at the pump—bu...
05/12/2021
Morning Brief: Why Are SoCal Gas Prices Rising?

As a petroleum pipeline shutdown cripples the Southeast, Southern California is experiencing its own pain at the pump—but for different reasons.

Also, an in-person Pride event is coming to L.A., and more

Now that vaccines are here and gatherings are returning, attending a music festival will be high on many to-do lists.
05/12/2021
The 2021 Music Festival Guide

Now that vaccines are here and gatherings are returning, attending a music festival will be high on many to-do lists.

Everything you need to know about all the best fests

On Thursdays through Sundays, an artisanal bagel shop is drawing long lines of carb worshippers to Virgil Village.
05/12/2021
Faithful Fans Swear Courage Bagels Is Worth the Wait

On Thursdays through Sundays, an artisanal bagel shop is drawing long lines of carb worshippers to Virgil Village.

On Thursdays through Sundays, an artisanal bagel shop is drawing long lines of carb worshippers to Virgil Village

The Hollywood Bowl is back with shows from the L.A. Phil, Thundercat, Christina Aguilera and more.
05/11/2021
The Hollywood Bowl 2021 Schedule Is Here

The Hollywood Bowl is back with shows from the L.A. Phil, Thundercat, Christina Aguilera and more.

The Bowl is back with shows from the L.A. Phil, Thundercat, Christina Aguilera and more

The network joined studios, industry organizations, and actors in rebuffing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association unti...
05/10/2021
The 2022 Golden Globes Have Been Booted by NBC

The network joined studios, industry organizations, and actors in rebuffing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association until big changes are made.

The network joined studios, industry organizations, and actors in rebuffing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association until big changes are made

Ziwe Fumudoh rocketed to Instagram fame putting people on the spot with blunt questions about race. Now she has her own ...
05/10/2021
The Weirdest Question Ziwe Has Ever Been Asked

Ziwe Fumudoh rocketed to Instagram fame putting people on the spot with blunt questions about race. Now she has her own Showtime series—and the same hilarious provocations.

Ziwe Fumudoh rocketed to Instagram fame putting people on the spot with blunt questions about race. Now she has her own Showtime series—and the same hilarious provocations

"Los Angeles has had plenty of other champions and benefactors, but Broad occupied a plateau of his own."
05/10/2021
A Look at Billionaire Eli Broad's 'Unreasonable' Legacy

"Los Angeles has had plenty of other champions and benefactors, but Broad occupied a plateau of his own."

Why the late businessman and "venture philanthropist" did more than anyone in the last four decades to shape the landscape of Los Angeles

What was once dismissed by observers for being another multimillion-dollar private feud turns out to be much more since ...
05/10/2021
Mohamed Hadid Is Fighting for His Right to Develop a Popular L.A. Hiking Spot

What was once dismissed by observers for being another multimillion-dollar private feud turns out to be much more since it involves a part of Franklin Canyon, one of the city's most popular hiking spots.

Last week, a foreclosure auction on the developer's Franklin Canyon property was halted, but the future of the land still hangs in the balance

*cries while playing Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's pop anthem 'Rain On Me'*
05/09/2021
L.A. Pride Cancels Its 2021 Pride Parade

*cries while playing Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's pop anthem 'Rain On Me'*

There won't be shirtless guys in hot pants rolling down Santa Monica this year, but revelers can celebrate with a slate of virtual events

One of our favorite perks to living in Southern California are all the amazing farmer's markets we have access to. Here'...
05/09/2021
An Updated Guide to Los Angeles Farmers Markets

One of our favorite perks to living in Southern California are all the amazing farmer's markets we have access to. Here's a list of a few of our favorites. Which farmer's markets do you love to visit?

Find the region's best produce and more at these weekly markets

Despite receiving 15 percent fewer complaints this year, City Controller Ron Galperin’s Fraud, Waste, and Abuse unit sti...
05/09/2021
2020 Was Another Big Year for Fiscal Chicanery in L.A. City Government

Despite receiving 15 percent fewer complaints this year, City Controller Ron Galperin’s Fraud, Waste, and Abuse unit still fielded 460 calls about alleged contract bid rigging, payroll fraud, and other financial shenanigans.

The City Controller’s Fraud, Waste, and Abuse report reveals 460 complaints about inefficiency and financial malfeasance

The historic clubhouse is gearing up to welcome back its members for swanky, COVID-safe dinner parties.
05/09/2021
What to Expect When the Magic Castle Reopens in May

The historic clubhouse is gearing up to welcome back its members for swanky, COVID-safe dinner parties.

The legendary venue won't be accepting guests for the time being, but there's a way to see magic in the meantime

LAPD Chief Michel Moore recently told the Police Commission that despite gun arrests being up by 90 percent this year, i...
05/08/2021
The Pandemic May Be Waning in L.A., but Gun Violence Isn't

LAPD Chief Michel Moore recently told the Police Commission that despite gun arrests being up by 90 percent this year, it’s still difficult to counteract the sheer number of fi****ms hitting the streets.

Experts hope easing restrictions will actually help reverse a spike in violence

Dealing with COVID-19 put a lot of things in perspective for a lot of us. For writer Jeff Weiss, the pandemic—and his gr...
05/08/2021
What a Bout of COVID-19 Made Me Realize About My Bond with My Grandmother

Dealing with COVID-19 put a lot of things in perspective for a lot of us. For writer Jeff Weiss, the pandemic—and his grandmother's COVID-19 diagnosis—helped him to realize just how formative his relationship with his Grammy Rita has been..

For the past 90 years, my Grammy Rita has led a life packed with glamorous highs and dramatic dips. But it wasn’t until she fell ill last year that I appreciated the starring role she’s played in my own life

Not quite ready for Disneyland? These photos will make you feel like you're there.
05/08/2021
Masked and Magical: Disneyland Is Back

Not quite ready for Disneyland? These photos will make you feel like you're there.

Photos from a colorful, magical post-pandemic reopening day at the Happiest Place on Earth

While some believe the Tesla billionaire will be the worst SNL host since Paris Hilton, investors in Dogecoin will be wa...
05/08/2021
Dogecoin Investors Hope Cryptomaniac Elon Musk Will Make Them Rich on 'SNL'

While some believe the Tesla billionaire will be the worst SNL host since Paris Hilton, investors in Dogecoin will be watching to see if Musk’s appearance further fires up the cryptocurrency’s uncanny rise in value.

Meanwhile the Tesla billionaire is warning people to proceed with caution

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