Best burger in LA? Way too subjective. Here are the burgers I crave most right now.
When you gotta eat, you gotta eat: A man was arrested Monday night in Ventura after he was discovered inside the kitchen of a local pizza joint, having broken in to make himself a meal. [ more › ]
What does Jaden Smith want for his 15th birthday? To be emancipated from his famous parents, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith. [ more › ]
I didn’t realize until now that Angelina Jolie and I have something in common: cancer. Or at least risk factors for it.
With today's news about Angelina Jolie, Los Angeles Times reporter Anna Gorman revisits on the Times website her 2007 surgery.
The PR spin on this book has been all about the “Hollywood insider,” and I suppose she was, having been married for so long to entertainment executive Bob Daly.
Hader is the next "Saturday Night Live" cast member to leave. He wants to do movies and TV in Los Angeles. We'll say this — he knows his way around the city (video.)
I am excited to share with everyone why Long Beach is a prime example of big city living with a small community vibe that I didn't find anywhere else in Los Angeles.
Like sands through the hourglass, the days of our lives involve a former soap opera actor jailed for selling cocaine out of his home. [ more › ]
Too soon? In Monday night's season finale of 'Castle,' the body of a young woman was discovered in the rooftop water tank of a seedy hotel, echoing the real-life murder of Elisa Lam. [ more › ]
For some men and women, the image of a new mother breastfeeding appears beautiful, wholesome. For others it's discomforting. And for some it's apparently a complete turn-on. At least, that's what Cougar Life seems to think. [ more ›...
In this episode Ji Wallace, the 2000 Olympic silver medalist in trampoline from Australia, talks about the importance of knowing and speaking about your HIV status. He also tells me his stories about coming out as HIV-positive to his parents and his boyfriend Shaun.
As the world goes to digital and infinite, it is the content that will survive long after we are gone. Or certainly past the time that we can remember that we actually already saw that movie. Or did we?
This week is Bike Week L.A., and so there's no better time to fan the flames of how bikeable the city really is. While sponsors of the week's events are getting their plan on to create six full days of bike-related funtimes, Walk Score is here to rain on their parade [ more › ]
>When you drink a bit too much, naturally you want to go up to the roof and jump from building to building, right? According to one man whose rooftop adventures landed him in a tight spot—literally—that's "what people do." Or in this not-quite-Santa Claus' case, what he did was get stuck in a chimney and called 911 to get himself out...and arrested. [ more › ]
The eighth installment of the Amgen Tour of California will roll through Los Angeles County Tuesday and Wednesday, timing nicely with Bike Week L.A. It also luckily times with a drop in our hot spell. [ more › ]
As we all know by now, "Arrested Development" is coming back for a fourth season on Netflix on May 26th. So far, two clips have been released -- one starring Buster and Lucille Bluth, the other starring the entire, wonderful ensemble. [ more › ]
Final Greucetti debate. DA to join Feuer. Why would anyone want to be mayor? Outrage over the feds exploring AP phone records. JPL told to stop discipline over emails. Another bear in the foothills. Plus another state backs gay marriage and the Kings and Sharks begin tonight.
The actress and director chose the preventive procedures after learning that she carries a defective gene, BRCA1, and that her doctors estimated an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer. The procedures began in February and were completed with breast reconstruction in April.
In an op-ed for the NY Times, Angelina Jolie is making public her decision to have a double mastectomy. Noting that her mother died at 56 of cancer, she explained, "The truth is I carry a “faulty” gene, BRCA1, which sharply increases my risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Show More Summary