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Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer star in new Amazon pilot coming in June

LOS ANGELES — It's pilot time. Amazon called on its customers again Thursday to stream and review pilots to help the e-commerce giant pick the next Amazon Original Series. The company's line-up — which includes two one-hour pilots and...Show More Summary

Edith Grossman Q & A

At the Los Angeles Review of Books Liesl Schillinger continues her series of Q & As with translators with the third instalment, Edith Grossman on Reading Spanish and the Pitfalls of Literalism. Among the observations: There are times...Show More Summary

Why Do Cops Lie? Because They Can

A federal jury needed little time last week to convict two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies for beating an inmate with mental illness and filing false reports to cover up the assault. Convictions stemming from the scandalous abuse in the jails have become commonplace -- 21 current or former L.A. Show More Summary

Khloe Kardashian files to divorce Lamar Odom, Take 2

Khloe Kardashian is ready to finally walk away from her marriage to former Los Angeles Laker Lamar Odom.  The Associated Press reported Thursday that Kardashian, 31, had filed for divorce from Odom for a second time.  Odom, 36, and the star of the reality juggernaut that is "Keeping Up With the...

Journalist 'humiliated' after not knowing what to do with the banana at a Somali restaurant.

8 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Matt Pearce, a journalist for the Los Angeles Times, has been publicly humiliated after neglecting the banana that came with his Somali food, which is a cardinal sin while consuming the cuisine. Pearce, who admits that he is "a food idiot," sat down for a meal at Maashaa'alla Restaurant, an authentic Somali restaurant in Cedar-Riverside, Minnesota. Show More Summary

The musical family reunion that has Quetzal fans and East L.A. talking

9 hours agoArts : Culture Monster

Growing up in Los Angeles' Boyle Heights, siblings Gabriel, Martha and Claudia Gonzalez sang classic Mexican ballads with their father. By the time they hit middle school, the Gonzalez kids were performing rancheras by legendary songwriters such as José Alfredo Jiménez and Juan Gabriel in mariachi...

Calif. Father, Accused of Setting House Fire That Killed 5-Year-Old Son, Surrenders to Police

A California father who is accused of purposely setting fire to his house—and  ultimately killing his 5-year-old son as a result—turned himself in to authorities Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports. Darrylone Shuemake Sr. reportedly...Show More Summary

In the Loop: Take a behind-the-scenes look at Universal's 'Walking Dead' attraction

Welcome to another edition of In the Loop, the Los Angeles Times' theme park newsletter. I'm Funland theme park blogger Brady MacDonald, and this week we go behind the scenes of the new "Walking Dead" attraction, step into the Mass Effect 4D holographic experience, plan a trip to Shanghai Disneyland...

Your Los Angeles area ice cream and gelato map

It's pretty much always ice cream weather in Los Angeles. That said, it's safe to say that the summer is peak ice cream time, given how hot it can get around here. Which is why we've updated our ice cream and gelato list, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. Do you really need an excuse to get...

Adele Blanks on Lyrics During Concert

She has the voice of an angel and the grace of a queen, yet even Adele manages to make mistakes from time to time. During her performance in Lisbon, Portugal, the “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” lady flubbed the lyrics to her lovely...Show More Summary

Courteney Cox Is Back Home After Spending Time in London

Courteney Cox gets her passport together and sticks it back in her bag while walking through LAX Airport on Monday (May 23) in Los Angeles. The actress and director was in London, England to support her on-again fiance Johnny McDaid at the 2016 Ivor Novello Awards. It looks like Courteney spent the whole weekend across [...]

Today: Battle for the Golden State. Don't Let the Banana Trip You Up.

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES The Battle for the Golden State When three presidential candidates hit Southern California for a day of campaigning, you know there will be fireworks. Fortunately,...

It's Splitsville for Johnny Depp

Battling Australian authorities over illegally imported dogs and making an apology video apparently wasn't an experience that brought Johnny Depp and Amber Heard closer together. The Los Angeles Times reports that Heard, 30, filed for divorce from the 52-year-old actor on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences. The petition was filed just...

Calif. Jury Deadlocks in Case of Man Who Spent 16 Years in Prison Before Murder Conviction Was Dismissed

A mistrial has been declared in the case of a California man who spent 16 years in prison before his murder conviction was overturned, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s trips to Manny Pacquiao's gym ignite rematch talk

What would encourage Floyd Mayweather Jr. to pay a visit to Manny Pacquiao’s Hollywood gym? Perhaps a rematch of the richest one-day sporting event in history? Pacquiao’s trainer, Freddie Roach, told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday that the unbeaten and retired Mayweather (49-0) has paid two visits...

American Heroes Air Show Seattle: It Was a Good Rainy Time

The traveling American Heroes Air Show visited Seattle's Museum of Flight on May 21 for the first time since 2012. The helicopters-only show, which was held in Austin earlier in May and is scheduled for Los Angeles in June, does not feature traveling aircraft. Show More Summary

Snapchat’s valuation climbs even higher

LOS ANGELES—Snapchat is raising money again — Snapchat is apparently always raising money — this time for a round of around $200 million that will value the company at $20 billion, reported TechCrunch. That’s a 25 percent boost fromShow More Summary

How unpopular are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton?

yesterdayNews : Daily Chart

A GLIMPSE at how the presidential contest is developing was summed up nicely by a recent headline in the Los Angeles Times: “A Trump-Clinton general election poses a question: Which one does America hate less?” The parties’ putativeShow More Summary

Today: Trump, Mickey Mouse and the Campaign for California

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES The Donald (Not Duck) and Minimum Wage He’s back. Donald Trump returns to Orange County today, this time speaking at the Anaheim Convention Center, as police brace...

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