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In 1921, archaeologists exploring an ancient burial mound near Egtved, a village in Denmark, unearthed the grave of a girl estimated to have been 16 to 18 years old when she died.
Clouds hovering over Southern California could deposit a small amount of rain on the region Friday, possibly affecting road conditions for thousands of people traveling over the Memorial Day weekend.
A lawsuit filed by a group of former NFL players alleges that all 32 teams provided painkillers to players as part of a longstanding conspiracy aimed at keeping them on the field despite the health risks, the Associated Press report...
Two years after a tumultuous and emotional battle inside the Boy Scouts of America that ended with a vote to allow gay youths to join but banned gay Scout leaders, the organization's president, Robert M. Gates, on Thursday urged the group to end its national prohibition on gay leaders. Here are...
For both professional and home cooks in this town, Surfas in Culver City has long been our culinary mecca, a place to buy Vahlrona chocolate in bulk, enormous stock pots, digital thermometers, spices and flours and duck fat. It's a place where you can find obscure kitchen gear — and often run into...
Brad Bird's new sci-fi adventure "Tomorrowland" envisions a world where bright, creative people can save the future with their optimism and great ideas.
Frank Gehry is this year’s recipient of the J. Paul Getty Medal, the Getty Trust’s annual award for leadership in visual art.
The prospect of machines stealing our jobs has perturbed and enraged humans for at least 200 years. The Luddites hit the alarm bell, and not without reason: The automation of weaving and spinning technology displaced an entire class of skilled artisans. But ever since, economists and historians...
A San Clemente woman battling anorexia is gaining support after she posted an emotional video on YouTube detailing her struggles with the eating disorder that has nearly claimed her life.
“We’re going to do something we’ve never done before,” Mick Jagger said early in the Rolling Stones’ not-so-“secret” show Wednesday night at the 1,200-capacity Fonda Theatre in Hollywood to launch the group’s 2015 Zip Code tour.
If you have questions for "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek, ask away during a 12-day cruise in the Canadian Arctic that sets sail in August.
Australian director Baz Luhrman has a knack for bigger-than-life adaptations of classic love stories. Think Shakespeare’s “Romeo + Juliet,” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” and “Moulin Rouge.” Star-crossed lovers and the glittery shine of Hollywood are the calling cards here.
Reading Paolo Bacigalupi's richly imagined novel "The Water Knife" brings to mind the movie "Chinatown." Although one is set in the past and the other in a dystopian future, both are neo-noir tales with jaded antiheroes and ruthless kingpins who wield water as lethal weapons to control life — and...
A homeless man died early Thursday after being pulled from a three-alarm fire inside an abandoned building in West Hollywood.
“Necesita su casa un cambio URGENTE?” Does your home need an urgent change? If you’re a Latino family with a heartwarming story, then Telemundo’s “SOS: Salva Mi Casa” (“SOS: Save My Home”) will gladly come to your rescate.
Tiny Lanai, one of Hawaii’s least visited and most sedate islands, is welcoming a new attraction: a movie theater.
The Los Angeles Master Chorale, the resident chorus of Walt Disney Concert Hall, announced on Thursday that it has named a new president and chief executive.
Angels 4, Toronto 3
In the wake of an attack on a marine wildlife rehabilitation facility in Laguna Beach, five legislators have authored a bill that was introduced Wednesday to increase the penalties for animal cruelty.
If you were the governor with extra bucks to burn, would you help the working poor? Or help the aged and disabled poor who are unable to work?