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It's not uncommon on the west side of Los Angeles for people to shell out $20 million or more for a house.
Although he was known around the world, Larry Sultan was quintessentially a Los Angeles photographer. Or rather, a photographer of Los Angeles.
"Insurgent," the second film in the YA-based "Divergent" film series, continued its strong start going into Saturday, pulling in an estimated $21.3 million, according to box office estimates.
Writer and director Ib Melchior, known for his work on 1950s and '60s science fiction films such as "Robinson Crusoe on Mars" and "The Angry Red Planet," died March 14 at his home in West Hollywood. He was 97.
Almost seven months after the cease-fire that ended a devastating war in the Gaza Strip between Israel and the militant group Hamas, the fighting's ruinous effects are visible everywhere in this ragged coastal enclave.
As director of creative projects for Seattle-based Nordstrom, it's Olivia Kim's job to curate cool for the department store's monthly themed Pop-In shops, whether she's discovering made-in-Africa antelope fur shoes by Brother Vellies in New York or calling on downtown L.A. design destination...
Grunge was the soundtrack of my Gen X college life. We knew every word to Nirvana's 1991 album, "Nevermind." I'm so happy 'cause today I found my friends. And the day we found out that Kurt Cobain had died, April 8, 1994, there was a candlelight vigil in the quad.
A massive oak tree is reflected in the 75-foot-long raised infinity pool at this artful two-house compound in the 90210 ZIP Code. The newly built concrete-and-glass main house features gallery-size display walls and an herb garden on the roof. A barn-inspired secondary house has a glass-clad...
L.A. Affairs is our weekly column about the current dating scene in and around Los Angeles -- and finding romance in a wired world. If you've got a story to tell, we want to hear it. We pay $300 per published column. Past columns and submission guidelines are at latimes.com/laaffairs
Actor Tom Cruise has put a home in Hollywood Hills West on the market at $12.995 million.
The UCLA basketball players gathered in their tiny locker room here Friday afternoon looking like they had just endured a difficult test.
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy finds the idea of a tortured artist to be a cliché.
Across the street from the Rose Cafe in Venice, a bad-boy actor is shepherding a crew of millennial "nones" toward what might be called the Dawning of the Age of Aquarius, Part II.
Whether you agreed with it, Southern Methodist Coach Larry Brown raised an interesting point about the goaltending call that gave UCLA a one-point win over his team Thursday.
CNN is looking to a higher power in its quest to get new viewers.
The deal federal prosecutors struck with Exide Technologies this month to permanently close its battery recycling plant in Vernon and avoid criminal charges marks the beginning of a long and costly cleanup. The plant leaves behind decades' worth of pollution and hazardous waste, along with many...
Paramount Pictures, the storied Melrose Avenue movie studio, is trying to emerge from three years in the doldrums.
The Clippers are starting to make their move in the Western Conference.
Dozens of protesters shut down a busy intersection outside the Beverly Center during the evening rush hour Friday to call for an end to violence against transgender people.
The Clippers won their third game in a row, beating the Washington Wizards, 113-99, on Friday night at Staples Center.