Your tastes, your habits, your wants and needs all personify your vehicle, or is it the other way around? We know who you are regardless, without even seeing that face behind the wheel.
As you watch "Downton Abbey," you're probably thinking to yourself that there is one type of character that is blatantly not represented. It's awkward, because without this certain kind of character, the show seems very...limited. Very...not diverse. [ more › ]
There wil be a panel, giveaways, and foraged eats from Mia Wasilevich at the quarterly Santa Monica event. [ more › ]
A 19-year-old man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of calling in threats to two different local colleges, prompting evacuations, lockdowns and panic. [ more › ]
Jarron Collins, twin brother of the first athlete in a major sport to come out as gay, got a new T-shirt to help the public keep things, uh, straight. [ more › ]
The 25-year-old man brutally beaten by a group of skateboarders in Huntington Beach last Friday night has come out of his coma. [ more › ]
Former news anchor Giselle Fernandez kicks off "Big Shots" on the magazine's CityThink website with the Mexican mogul. The series will feature influential business people and leaders.
There are lots of benefits to being married to Hugh Hefner. One is that he's rich. Another is that you are automatically invited to, like, the best parties ever. And a third is that he'll die way before you, if you're into that sort of thing. [ more › ]
Attention celebrities (and wannabes) with vanity projects waiting in the wings: Kickstarter might not work for you. Melissa Joan Hart, best known for her titular roles in "Clarissa Explains It All" and "Sabrina The Teenage Witch," gave Kickstarter a shot and failed pretty spectacularly. Show More Summary
ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE,COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. SATURDAY, MAY 18 John Baldessari: Crowds ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. (Miracle Mile) 5-7pm Opening...
Anne Knudsen, one of the Herald photogs to come out of the Cal State Long Beach photojournalism program, quipped at the reunion we covered in March about being in chemotherapy — she was bald at the time. Now comes word that Knudsen died on Sunday, leaving a teenaged daughter.
If you were feeling like watching Farrah Abraham get naked and have sex didn't bring you close enough to the "Teen Mom" star, now you can buy the clothes right off her back. [ more › ]
Authorities are investigating two hate crimes at Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, both of which involved graffiti targeting black students. A reward leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible has also been offered. [ more › ]
As we enjoy the incredible momentum within the cannabis law reform movement, it's important to remember one of the founders of the movement. It's hard to imagine being where we are today without the life and work of Jack Herer.
After two decades filled with championships in four different countries, iconic soccer player and Spice Girl husband David Beckham announced his retirement from the sport today. [ more › ]
Final Thursday of Campaign 2013: Attack ads. Newsy tweets. Obama's Axelrod jumps in. George Lopez wants to run. Follow the money. Look at the billboards. Two million can vote, but 1.6 million won't. And was the LAPD consent decree dismissed yesterday?
Not knowing what they don't know, Deasy et. al demand a complete focus on remediation of students weaknesses in order to improve test scores. They have concentrated completely on the narrow portions of children's brains that bubble-in tests measure.
The state Senate has approved an anti-"swatting" bill. Swatting is the act of pranksters who make false 911 calls in the hope of prompting a heavily armed police response, typically to the home of a celebrity.
It's one of the few times this season the Dodgers impressed me. They beat the Washington Nationals 3-1 winning the series and winning four of their last five games. It looks like things are looking up especially with the return of Zack Greinke. [ more › ]