What better way to celebrate Better Breakfast Month this September than by branching out from smoothies or cereal to something you might not have tried before -- Guatemalan food?
In 2014, baby Jaxon was born to Brandon and Brittany Buell in Massachusetts. However, before he was born he was diagnosed prenatally with a very rare condition and his doctors advised the couple to abort. They told them he would not survive in utero, and even if he did, he would pass away after birth. […]
A few years ago, Telluride Film Festival director Julie Huntsinger and her colleagues had a heated discussion about whether the influential mountain festival featured enough films directed by and starring women.
Abstract works that reflect on spirituality. Digital pieces that play with our image-saturated world. And a sculptor who embeds his sculptures, guerrilla-style, on the street. Plus: paintings about California and our oceans of trash. Here are five shows to see this week:
Former L.A. Guns guitarist Tracii Guns and former Burning Rain guitarist Doug Aldrich are returning to the stage in “Raiding the Rock Vault” at the Tropicana Las Vegas.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis of Kentucky has made headlines for ignoring a federal court order requiring her to issue marriage licenses to all qualified couples, and continuing to refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couple...
The Kentucky county clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses because her religion opposes same-sex unions is scheduled to face a federal judge Thursday morning who could hold her in contempt of court.
A three-run home run by Blake Rutherford from Chaminade highlighted a five-run ninth inning rally that lifted the USA 18U national team to a 7-4 win over South Korea in the opening game of the Super Round of the U18 World Cup on Thursday in Japan.
Balloon releases aren't fun for birds, turtles, dolphins, and other wildlife, who can die if they ingest or get tangled in deflated balloons or their strings. The post Balloon Releases: Littering and Killing Animals appeared first on PETA.
“GTFO” directed by Shannon Sun-Higginson Despite composing the majority of video game players, women are frequently attacked within the gaming community. Though it has persisted for years, this horrifying treatment entered the public...Show More Summary
Kim Davis is 'a person of great conviction,' says the GOP presidential candidate.
The law requires local ambulatory service for women who need emergency hospital care after complications from abortions.
Earlier this week, a California legislative committee approved a bill that would legalize assisted suicide with virtually no limits. The measure received approval from the Public Health and Developmental Services Committee on a 10-2 vote with one lawmaker absent. The bill next next goes to the assembly finance committee, which is holding a hearing and […]
HRC San Diego Steering Committee member Sapphire Blackwood reflects on meeting Representative Scott Peters this summer.
For weeks now the so-called “Migrants Crisis” has dominated headlines in Europe. While I traveled across the continent a few weeks ago it was a top story again and again in the UK, Sweden, and Denmark, with headlines blaring out from airport and railway newsagents’ in a dozen languages. But it has garnered considerably less attention […]
Phillip K. Smith III's art installation “Lucid Stead” - a wooden shack tricked out with mirrored slats and multicolored LEDs - lighted up Joshua Tree a few years back, ultimately becoming an Internet sensation. Now the Palm Desert gallery that coordinated the project and represents Smith, Royale...
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Getaway Friday and Labor Day Monday will be the busiest days at Los Angeles International Airport this holiday weekend when a record 835,000 fliers are expected.
The arguments begin almost as soon as the first apple is harvested every year. Which variety is best? Problem is, the question's impossible to answer.
Elena Ferrante's quartet of Neapolitan novels all contain small but thrilling acts of feminist revolt. Like the writer Mary Gaitskill, who has also written extensively about female friendship, Ferrante portrays women's lives and relationships as unsentimental and fierce. The overarching narrative...