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Golden Age of Bronze

When a museum exhibition is referred to as a blockbuster, one expects its major draw to be something along the lines of Mona Lisa, or Girl with a Pearl Earring. However, the exhibition that just opened at The Getty Center has nothing of the sort, and still, it is a bona fide blockbuster. Show More Summary

Worlds Apart on Kathryn Steinle: When Political Opportunism Reigns Supreme

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. The small Swedish Jewish Museum is tucked away on a side street. Discreet signage instructs would-be visitors to push a button which activates a camera, so they can be screened before they are granted entry. The museum's permanent exhibition fills one fairly small room. Show More Summary

Enough People in the World Make You Feel Like Sht. Don't Help Them.

By the time I turned 30, I had written 17 episodes of an iconic television show ("Lizzie McGuire"), been nominated for two Emmys, had an agent, a manager and a size-6 body that I could cram into all sorts of fun outfits. By the timeShow More Summary

Man Broke Into K-Town Home, Wanted Victim To Drive Him To ATM, Police Say

When the victim told the alleged attacker he had no cash, the man demanded he drive them both to an ATM. [ more › ]

Starry Kitchen Returns With A Pop-Up: 'Now Alive Again To Fck Sht Up'

Tonight you can order Starry Kitchen's addictive crispy tofu balls on UberEATS for one-night only. [ more › ]

Photos: There's A Cool Rainbow Of Yarn Over A Santa Monica Bridge

  A beautiful rainbow of yarn appeared on top of a Santa Monica pedestrian bridge overnight, but the guerrilla art installation may not last too long. [ more › ]

Terrible Beverly Hills Says No To Santa Monica Blvd. Bike Lanes

One councilmember said biking on North Santa Monica Blvd. is dangerous, so she didn't advocate putting bike lanes there. [ more › ]

'Parks And Rec' Exec Producer Died From Heroin Overdose, Coroner Confirms

A coroner's report confirms that 'Parks and Recreation' executive producer Harris Wittels died from an accidental heroin overdose in February. [ more › ]

People Paid $1,000 For A Kim Kardashian Makeup Class In Pasadena

Some people paid hundreds of dollars to learn how to draw Kim Kardashian's face on their own faces. [ more › ]

Fugitive Busted After Starring In Low-Budget Horror Film

A fugitive bank robber on the run maybe shouldn't have taken on the acting role of an evil doctor in a low-budget horror film, one that got him busted. [ more › ]

Ugh, More Muggy Weather And Thunderstorms On The Way

Despite a calm weekend, more hot and muggy weather and possible thunderstorms could be headed to Los Angeles before July is over. [ more › ]

Mother Arrested After 17-Year-Old Son Found Shot To Death In Hotel

A mother was arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of her 17-year-old son in a Rosemead hotel on Monday. [ more › ]

An 'F' in air quality: California national parks top the list for worst pollution

Millions of vacationers escape to national parks each summer to take in the fresh air and scenic vistas.

5 Reasons Why You're Never Really Alone When You Travel Solo

Unless you're purposely trying to be alone, or on a deserted island, the chances of you actually being alone when you travel solo are quite skinny. I'm not saying that you're always going to have a buddy that you know around, but I am...Show More Summary

The 8 Top Southern Dishes

By John T. Edge for Garden & Gun Where to go for the best barbecue, biscuits, fried chicken, and more (From left: Lissa Gotwals; Rush Jagoe; Whitney Ott) Parsed into old-school and new-school categories, the collection that follows showcases my favorites culled from five years on the road, throughout the South and beyond. Show More Summary

'Listen to Me Marlon' Reveals Our Greatest Actor In His Own Words

There is only one Marlon Brando. He was the actor who broke the mold and changed the game. And he did it twice. First with "Streetcar Named Desire" and then again with "Last Tango In Paris." There has been no actor, despite the countless...Show More Summary

Landowners fight ban on new vineyards in Santa Monica Mountains area

Malibu vintners and grape growers will try Tuesday to persuade the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to lift a temporary ban on new vineyards, or extensions of existing ones, in the north Santa Monica Mountains.

Boston drops out of Olympics running, so LA may be in

As LA-based 3 Wire Sports urged last month, Boston is no longer an obstacle to Los Angeles getting the 2024 Summer Games.

Secretary by day, sumo wrestler by night

Jenelle Hamilton is a local secretary, grad student, single mom and Girl Scout leader. And a sumo fighter.

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