The Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers will do battle in Game 1 of their Playoff series on Saturday afternoon, with both teams desperate to get their postseasons off to a winning start. The game will take place from the Staples Center in Los Angeles and will start at 3.30 p.m. ET.
Police say they have locked down the Los Angeles Times building in downtown LA after receiving reports of a possible gunman inside.
Get even more done with some of these new and updated applications. Whether you're an avid user of personal productivity apps already, or you're just downloading one for the first time, consider this refreshed list of options. -- Laura Montini A Magneto Calendar was designed for quick meeting scheduling. Show More Summary
Time is running out in the La Liga season, which means every team looking to change their position better make its move now. Atletico Madrid took care of business to start Week 34 with a 2-0 victory over Elche, making sure they remain...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Times reports that Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site à la Twitter, exploded on its first day of trading Thursday, skyrocketing up as much as 44% at its peak. Weibo’s American depositary shares were initially offered at $17-a-share, but by the time Nasdaq closed, the shares were selling at $20.24., rising 19% from the start. Show More Summary
Rachel Donadio reports for the New York Times on a number of repatriated antiquities back in their nation of origin. The list includes la dea di Aidone in Sicily, the Weary Heracles in Turkey, the Lysi frescoes on Cyprus, and the Euphronios Krater in the Villa Giulia. Only the Lysi frescos, returned by the Menil […]
Los Angeles Times Opinion LA blogger Paul Whitefield argues that a just-released study reporting differences in the brain scans of marijuana consumers versus non-users may just validate the stereotype that those who ingest the substance become "potheads."
Renzo Piano and Zoltan Pali's designs for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, Calif. garnered some extremely harsh reviews from LA Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne, who calls the proposed extension a "giant albino Pac-Man gobbling up...
Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff have been best friends for nearly a decade, and their love for each other shows every time they're together. After a hike in LA on Thursday, the duo was all smiles as they grabbed a postworkout juice, and Jonathan put on quite a gun show with his bulging biceps. Show More Summary
In what is surely the most significant event of our time, Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian ran into each other at the dermatologist in LA while a normal looked on and acted as scribe. It was an icy encounter. Read more...
Last month, the Los Angeles Times dismissed Jason Felch, a 2006 Pulitzer Prize finalist for investigative reporting, in the kind of rare, career-killing public takedown that gives any journalist pause. The Times published an editor's...Show More Summary
Everyone loves to give Gwyneth Paltrow a hard time because she does shit like call her wood-burning pizza oven an "investment" (and a good one!), but just how out of touch exactly are her recommendations for living? Last week,...
Batsquatch...Mothman...Gargoyles...? For the most part these terrifying creatures are described as having fur, many times dark purplish or deep blue in color, bright yellow or blood red eyes, a primate head, a wolf-like face with large bat ears & wings. Show More Summary
Finally and for the first time, Los Angeles is providing a formal way to view the Hollywood Sign. It's not the best solution, but it's something: starting May 3, the Recreation and Parks Department will launch a weekend shuttle...
At Hive-Inn, rooms can get swapped out and rebranded. Hive-Inn, a new hotel concept by Hong-Kong-based architects at OVA Studio, looks like what might happen if Times Square and Las Vegas had a baby. And that baby grew up and had a baby with the game Jenga. Read Full Story
Hollywood relationships are often “on-again, off-again” affairs, and it looks like Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are finally back “on-again”. According to the LA Times, the couple made their first official public appearance together since their announced split in August of last year. Zeta-Jones and Douglas appeared on the red carpet for the off-Broadway opening
As we've noted several times before, law enforcement and investigative agencies tend to roll out expanded surveillance systems without bothering to run it by the citizens they're planning to surveil. The systems and programs are deployed, FOIA battles are waged and, finally, at some point, the information makes its way to the public. Show More Summary
When it comes to work-life balance, the U.S. doesn't hold a candle to other countries. It's time to change that, and unlimited vacation days may be the way. Vive la révolution! Unlimited vacation days for all! Read Full Story
Huy Fong Foods Sriracha factory may be moving from Irwindale, California. The LA Times reports that David Tran, the owner of Huy Fong Foods, is "seriously considering moving his factory to another location" even though he'd like to stay...
When James Franklin took over at Penn State in early January, he wasn't too familiar with his current roster. Being a head coach in the SEC doesn't leave much time for scouting Big Ten teams not on the schedule. Just three months later,...Show More Summary