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Foo Fighters to stream live concert following HBO series premiere

After the credits roll on the premiere of HBO’s new series “Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways” on Friday, the band will take the stage for a special concert.

Recommended Halloween 2014 Screening: The Phantom of the Opera (1925) with live organ music

Location: Old Town Music Hall, 140 Richmond Street, El Segundo, CA 90245 Link out: Click here Dates: October 24-26 Description: As part of its series of classic Halloween screenings, Old Town Music Hall presents the 1925 black-and-white silent version of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, starring Lon Chaney (”The Man of a Thousand Faces”) in the title [...]

USC recruiting update: Predicting the numbers in the 2015 class

USC has 16 commitments in its 2015 recruiting class, leaving space for eight others.

Healing the World, One Conversation at a Time

What do you say to a group of homeless 10-to-17-year-olds living with their single mothers at one of the largest homeless shelters in the country, in one of the most drug and crime infested parts of Los Angeles? That was my challenge when entrepreneur, Christopher Kai, asked me to come speak at Mondays at the Mission at the Union Rescue Mission. Show More Summary

Brian Hoyer wants to be the starter in Cleveland ... or somewhere else

Things might be working out a little too well for the Cleveland Browns so far this season.

Chrysler recalls Dodge Durangos, Jeep Grand Cherokees for airbag glitch

Chrysler Group said it is recalling 2014 model year Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs to fix a potential problem with the airbag safety system.

'The Voice' recap: Night One of battles leaves us (maybe) amazed

Night One of the Battle Rounds on “The Voice” meant we got to see the coaches in coaching action for the first time this season – and in the cases of newbie coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani, for the first time ever. And -- may I just say? – they may be...

Boo at the Zoo and Night of the Living Zoo updates

Here is some updated information regarding two Halloween events taking place at the Los Angeles Zoo this October: Boo at the Zoo and Night of the Living Zoo. Boo at the Zoo is a family-friendly daytime event on the weekends of October 18-19 and October 25-26; Night of the Living Zoo offers a more sinister [...]

Baby likely strangled by car seat straps as mother napped, police say

A 9-month-old baby was likely strangled to death Monday by the straps of his car seat as his mother napped, Fresno police said.

Richard Alarcon banned from public office for voter fraud, perjury

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon was sentenced Tuesday to 120 days in jail and banned for life from holding public office for his conviction on charges of perjury and voter fraud.

Suspect in Pasadena double-killing was victim's cousin, police say

The man accused of stabbing a Pasadena culinary school instructor and his wife to death in their apartment early Monday has been identified by police as Jacob Mallory Bersson, 29, a cousin of the slain husband.

L.A. Auto Show starts in 5 weeks….I’ve got a promo code

Although I can’t help with a freebie…this promocode AUTOTRADER2014 good through 11/15 will get you discounted tickets good for admission 11/24-27. I’ll try not to throw too many superlatives at the event, but this year I think they are going to be able to outdo what they’ve done the last several years. On tap are 60 […]

10 Facts About Homelessness

Renee Delisle was one of over 3,500 homeless people in Santa Cruz when she found out she was pregnant. The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported she was turned away from a shelter because they did not have space for her. While other homelessShow More Summary

Bipartisan bill to reauthorize Export-Import Bank unveiled

Two California lawmakers on Tuesday unveiled bipartisan legislation to reauthorize the embattled Export-Import Bank for five years, proposing changes to its operations in hopes of addressing concerns of conservative critics.

How Laissez-Faire Economics Led to Inequality and Recession

Remember in 2009 when everyone was dodging blame for the financial crisis? Depending on who you asked, it was the bankers, the federal regulators, Fannie Mae, fraudster mortgage companies, the ratings agencies and the sub-prime borrowers themselves. Show More Summary

Cowboys RB Joseph Randle suspected of shoplifting cologne and underwear

With a rejuvenated quarterback, a record-setting running back and a surprising 5-1 record, the Dallas Cowboys have been one of the feel-good stories in the NFL so far this season.

Aaron Kushner replaced as O.C. Register publisher

The Orange County Register shook up its leadership and named a new publisher Monday, following a string of financial setbacks at the paper and its parent company.

Obama to meet with 20 foreign defense chiefs on Islamic State threat

President Obama will meet with more than 20 foreign chiefs of defense at Andrews Air Force Base on Tuesday to discuss strategy in the battle against Islamic State militants.

What scares Cameron Diaz? Singing

Cameron Diaz is on the cover of the November issue of Marie Claire and inside said she was terrified taking on the role of Miss Hannigan in the upcoming movie version of ";Annie";: ";Even though I was terrified of doing it, I kind of had to,"; she told Karl Taro Greenfeld. ";The two things...

Most ridiculous palm weed ever?

This fan palm is trying to poke out of a storm drain in Altadena. Some will congratulate the hardy future tree for its survival pluck, but you know, once...

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