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Dudamel Contract Extended at LAPO

A story in the Los Angeles Times discloses that Gustavo Dudamel's LAPO contract, which originally was set to expire at the end of the 2018-19 season, has been extended through 2021-22. I personally did not think he would leave for either NY or Berlin; this makes it definite.

Huckabee Wants Term Limits for Supreme Court

Mike Huckabee called for “the imposition of term limits on U.S. Supreme Court justices, saying that the nation’s founders never intended to create lifetime, irrevocable posts,” the Los Angeles Times reports. Said Huckabee: “Nobody should be in an unelected position [...]

Los Angeles Train Crash: Metrolink Derails After Striking Car, Dozens Injured [Breaking]

For the second time this year, a Metrolink commuter train has derailed after crashing into another vehicle on the tracks. At 11:00 a.m. PST, the train located near the University of Southern California campus hit a car on the tracks....Show More Summary

?Kim Kardashian Has Been Denied Soho House Access Despite Trying 'Numerous Times'

She's made it into the White House and some of the most fabulous places on Earth, but no matter how hard she tries, Kim Kardashian CAN NOT get into Los Angeles' Soho House! In a recent interview, the exclusive club's former membership director Tim Geary talked about who has and hasn't been let in, over the [...]

No, the Internet Is Not Killing Culture

Scott Timberg’s Culture Crash begins with a harrowing and by now familiar personal narrative of the Great Recession. In 2008, Timberg, an arts reporter for the Los Angeles Times, was laid off, a casualty of the infamous Sam Zell regime; soon after, the bank foreclosed on his family’s house. Show More Summary

Former Mexico 'Keeper Adolfo Rios Previews El Tri Ahead of the Weekend Friendly

Mexico is set to face Ecuador this Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, hoping to secure their first win of 2015 and 13th since Miguel Herrera took over. It's been 10 months since the last time these two met. Back in May 2014, El Tri secured a 3-1 win but lost Luis Montes for the World Cup due to injury. Show More Summary

Mexico vs. Ecuador: Date, Time, Live Stream and 2015 Friendly Preview

Mexico will meet Ecuador on Saturday in their first friendly of 2015, but with the Gold Cup and Copa America already fast approaching, the fixture at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be anything but amiable. El Tri need to find...Show More Summary

Bill Maher dismantles Mike Huckabee’s platform: ‘This country is not Bubbaville anymore’

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Real Time host Bill Maher challenged Mike Huckabee’s contention that “flyover country” is drastically different from New York or Los Angeles on Friday, pointing out that his stand-up appearances draw well in states where Huckabee is popular. “I think I know...

This Pepperoni-Covered Corvette Is the Ultimate Pizza Delivery Vehicle

yesterdayHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Jenn Harris/Los Angeles Times) PizzaMan Dan’s is a pizzeria chain in southern California. The owner, Dan Collier, gets around in this custom classic Corvette. That’s a pepperoni pattern with $1.50 for every additional topping. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Kings' Three Games in New York Show They're the NHL's Best Team

NEW YORK — Four days in New York in the spring can be a delightful time. Shopping, sightseeing, a night in the theater district to take in a Broadway show. According to Yelp, there are a few decent restaurants in the area as well. The...Show More Summary

$250,000 Ferrari Totaled After Apparent Street Race With Porsche

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Another week, another street race. This time, a Ferrari 458 and a Porsche were allegedly racing in Los Angeles when the Ferrari clouted a wall, ruining the $250,000 car. Read more...

Video seems to counter actress Taraji Henson's claim son racially profiled

A 40-minute video obtained by the Los Angeles Times shows an encounter between Glendale police and the son of "Empire" actress Taraji P. Henson, during which she contends he was racially profiled.

Filing sealed by court is unlawful censorship, newspaper attorneys argue

An appellate court order sealing a previously public court filing that disclosed parts of a report on an officer-involved shooting was an unconstitutional censorship of the press, attorneys for the Los Angeles Times and other news organizations wrote in papers filed Thursday.

Video: Stoic Jose Aldo looks sick and tired of listening to Conor McGregor

NEW YORK – From Rio de Janeiro to Las Vegas to Los Angeles to Boston and now New York, Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor have been spending an awful lot of time together. Judged on this latest face-off, the Brazilian champ is getting awfully tired of it.Filed under: Featured, (...)

Mohawk of the sea

For Justin Woolley, every neighborhood in Los Angeles is a different discovery. He'll wander any given neighborhood for hours at a time -- getting to know its people and landscape through his photography. 

Creative Strategist - West Los Angeles, CA

Company: true[X] Location: West Los Angeles, California Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time

The Los Angeles County Department of Ambient Music vs. The Superfires of Tomorrow

You might have seen the news last month that two students from George Mason University developed a way to put out fires using sound. "It happens so quickly you almost don’t believe it," the Washington Post reported at the time. "Seth...Show More Summary

L.A.’s Beloved ‘Dr. George’ Dies — Weatherman Was an Institution on L.A. Television

A former science teacher who became an L.A. television icon as a weatherman for almost two decades on KABC-TV, Dr. George Fischbeck has died. The Los Angeles Times reports that Fischbeck died early Wednesday morning at the Motion Picture &...

‘New anti-Semitism’ on college campuses is largely blowback against orchestrated Israel advocacy

In the past month much has been written about two incidences of anti-Semitism at University of California campuses. According to the NY Times and the Los Angeles Times, they represent a national trend of revived campus anti-Semitism....Show More Summary

Emmy Contenders Chat: 'Broad City's' Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson on Thursday

Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson just finished the second season of their insanely fun and ridiculously awesome Comedy Central series "Broad City" and what better way to celebrate than to visit the Los Angeles Times?

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