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Not just Spock: Leonard Nimoy's arts trek covered many galaxies

14 minutes agoArts : Culture Monster

“Leonard Nimoy carried conviction,” is the first sentence ever written in the Los Angeles Times, 59 years ago, about the man-who-would-be-Spock. He was playing a supporting role in a now-forgotten play called “Life Is But a Dream” at a now-defunct L.A. venue, the Civic...

Uber security breach potentially exposes 50,000 drivers’ private information

Last year Uber suffered a security breach. Now it’s saying that the name and driver’s license number of up to 50,000 drivers could be in the hands of a third party. The Los Angeles Times reports that the company’s databases had been accessed by an unknown third party twice in 2014. Show More Summary

Danger!: The Blue Line Ran More Than One Red Light a Month Last Year

Image via Jeremy Jozwik / Curbed LA flickr pool When driving in Los Angeles, don't just watch the roads for pedestrians, cyclists, motorcycle riders, and other drivers—look out for Metro trains too. Metro subways and light rail trains ran...

Vinyard talks MY LIFE DIRECTED BY NICOLAS WINDING REFN with director Liv Corfixen and Refn himself!

The documentary plays in Los Angeles and New York starting tonight. Read the full article on AICN If you just went on his output, you wouldn’t be blamed for thinking that Nicolas Winding Refn is a broody, inscrutable guy, a walking ball of intensity and artistic ambition with a dark side plastered all over his face. Show More Summary

The Show Must Go On: A Division Without Ronda as Champion

Photos by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC “The Ronda Rousey Show” makes its way to Hollywood this weekend, with UFC 184 taking place in Los Angeles’ famed Staples Center. The champion, a blossoming pop culture star that has become one of the most...Show More Summary

WMMA's Big Day in Los Angeles

Photos by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC “Women will never fight in the UFC.” Those were the words uttered by UFC president Dana White back in early 2011, around the time of the organization’s acquisition of the now defunct Strikeforce. At the time, Strikeforce boasted a small, but talented women’s roster. Show More Summary

Zendaya Steps Out for First Time After Dreadlocks Controversy

Zendaya sticks close to her father, Kazembe Coleman, while heading out for a late night dinner out with him in Los Angeles on Thursday (February 26). The 18-year-old K.C. Undercover actress put her two cents in on the Twitter debate over the colors of the Roman dress. “So it’s deff white and gold but then [...]

"Star Trek" Legend Leonard Nimoy Passes Away

The beloved actor, who originated the role of Spock on the classic sci-fi drama, died this morning in his Los Angeles home. He was 83.

A recipe for Rose Lawrence's foie gras pop tarts (you're welcome)

Foie gras and pop tarts go together like peanut butter and jelly. If you're skeptical, just ask Los Angeles pastry chef and baker Rose Lawrence. She's the woman behind the crave-able creations from Red Bread, and she made foie gras strawberry pop tarts with black pepper icing at a recent...

The perfect jump shot

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Last December, Tony Scott and a couple of friends were out and about in downtown Los Angeles, when they took a moment to pose by what Scott calls a “favorite and iconic street scene for photographers,” near Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy dies aged 83

Nimoy, who won fans worldwide for his role as Mr Spock in the Star Trek franchise, dies in Los Angeles.

Kobe Bryant Says Dwight Howard Couldn’t Handle His ‘Combative Nature’

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard bolted from the Los Angeles Lakers after a disastrous season in the summer of 2013, and Kobe Bryant thinks it’s because the big fella didn’t The post Kobe Bryant Says Dwight Howard Couldn’t Handle His ‘Combative Nature’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Leonard Nimoy Passes Away at 83

Leonard Nimoy, the man widely known for playing Spock on the original Star Trek and, more recently, reprising the role as Spock Prime in Star Trek Into Darkness, passed away today at his home in Los Angeles at age 83, as reported by the New York Times. Show More Summary

Live! Watch Anthony Johnson UFC 184 Q&A video stream from 'Rousey vs. Zingano' weigh ins

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight No. 1 contender Anthony Johnson has made the trip to the "City of Angels" to host the UFC 184: "Rousey vs. Zingano" weigh in fan Q&A session. "Rumble" is expected to fight Jon Jones...Show More Summary

Tom Ellis Cast as ‘Lucifer’ in Fox Series

Fox has a new DC Comics-based series in development, but it’s something very different from the Batman origin story Gotham. Lucifer is based, perhaps loosely, upon the vision of the fallen angel originally seen in Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series, and will follow the Morningstar to Los Angeles, where he helps cops solve crimes. Show More Summary

LA, Long Beach Ports Cooperation Approved

Federal regulators approve expanded working pact for Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles to cooperate on congestion relief   The ports of Long Beach and

Get a job: Nix Hydra is hiring Game Designers

The team that built Egg Baby is looking to hire on novice and experienced designers to work on developing games in Nix Hydra's Los Angeles, CA studio....

Leonard Nimoy, Of ‘Star Trek’ Spock Fame, Dies At 83

Leonard Nimoy, who gained a fond international following for playing the role of Spock on Star Trek, has died in Los Angeles. He was 83 years old.

The Taco Is Evolving In Delicious Ways In South Los Angeles

The taco boom happened in '90s and has been picking up speed ever since. [ more › ]

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