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Video: Jessica Alba Wants To Make Vegetables Happen

Jessica Alba is one of the folks in the ads trying to make fruits and veggies hip and cool. [ more › ]

Someone Put Cones On The 101 Freeway In Hollywood For The Hell Of It

Some guy decided to randomly put cones on the 101 Freeway in Hollywood today. [ more › ]

'Lazarus Effect' breathes some life into medical thriller

If "Flatliners" had been directed by John Carpenter (in his budget-conscious mode), it may have felt something like "The Lazarus Effect," a tense, efficient medical thriller best enjoyed sans microscope.

Driver plows into group of pedestrians, injuring 4 USC students

Four USC students were injured Thursday when a driver reportedly suffered a medical emergency and plowed into a group of pedestrians.

$110,000 given to San Diego zoo to help save northern white rhino

A Los Angeles-based philanthropic organization is providing money to help the San Diego's Frozen Zoo find ways to bring the northern white rhino back from the brink of extinction, zoo officials announced Thursday.

California issues 110,000 licenses to immigrants in seven weeks

California has issued 110,000 drivers licenses to immigrants in the country without permission since a new law went into effect last month, according to the state Department of Motor Vehicles.

Tony's Darts Away Offering $2 Brunch Items Special

This Burbank pub will be offering $2 brunch items in March. [ more › ]

Transgender Woman's Murder Might Have Been A Hate Crime

The suspect was also alleged to be involved in a case from earlier this month involving the sexual assault of a 11-year old girl who was also forced into prostitution. [ more › ]

Guelaguetza Deemed One Of America's Classics By James Beard Foundation

The family opened the restaurant in 1994 in Koreatown, bringing regional Oaxacan fare to Olympic Boulevard. They are known for their excellent moles, mezcals, and tlayudas. [ more › ]

The Desert Music Fest That's A Cheaper, Cooler Alternative To Coachella

Tickets for this day-long desert music fest with Warpaint, RJD2 and Failure start at $55. [ more › ]

Weekend Planner: 20 Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here are 20 cool events happening in L.A. this weekend. [ more › ]

Three new L.A. pubs pouring great local craft beer

New restaurants opening in L.A. can no longer simply pay lip service to beer if they want to draw customers from the swelling ranks of craft beer devotees. The next new hot spots need a beer program as well thought out as their decor and menu.

Critic's Pick: A new-music cornucopia

When California State University, Fullerton, composer Pamela Madsen began a festival devoted to contemporary female composers 14 years ago, she wasn’t exactly a voice in the wilderness.

Travel the world with photographer Gray Malin, at a Le Meridien near you

Gray Malin photographs sites most travelers never see. That's because the L.A. photographer creates his own vision of places around the world and then goes to work with his camera.

Good News for Happy Campers

Some long-awaited good news for Los Angeles residents has finally arrived. LA is poised to see record employment numbers soon, says the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. and it just keeps getting better. There will be 150,000 new payroll jobs in 2015 with record level employment numbers according to the forecasts. Show More Summary

Rising country star Brandy Clark reflects on whirlwind year

Long before Brandy Clark scored 2015 Grammy nominations for best new artist and country album, and before critics started lauding her 2013 debut album “12 Stories” as one of the freshest arrivals in recent years, the singer and songwriter knew she was onto something with her...

Herbalife posts double-digit declines in 4th-quarter revenue, profit

Herbalife Ltd., the embattled Los Angeles nutritional products company, said its profit fell 16% in the fourth quarter. Revenue was down 11% for the quarter.

Sound of civil rights rings out in resurrected Staple Singers records

Occasionally, for reasons of fate or coincidence, sounds from the past converge in the present at key moments.

Adam Goodman out as Paramount film president, offered production deal

Adam Goodman is leaving his job as the president of Paramount Pictures' film group, according to an internal memo from the studio's chairman and chief executive Brad Grey. 

Drug Dealer's Attorney Discusses The Fight That Killed Fox Exec

"It was total self-defense," the suspect's lawyer said. "It was mutual combat." [ more › ]

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