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13 Reasons Why's Tommy Dorfman Wears Fire Inspired Eye Makeup To EW's SAG Party

Tommy Dorfman wears red hot eye makeup to Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees Celebration held at Chateau Marmont on Saturday night (January 20) in Los Angeles. The 13 Reasons Why actor was joined at the annual party by grown-ish stars Francia Raisa and Emily Arlook, Gregg Sulkin and Storm Reid. PHOTOS: Check out [...]

Natalie Portman, Alfre Woodard, Olivia Munn and more bring Time's Up fire to Women's March in L.A.

Backstage at the Los Angeles Women’s March, near the steps of City Hall, a star-studded assembly of powerful Hollywood women including Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson, Alfre Woodard, Olivia Munn, Natalie Portman and Viola Davis took turns delivering fiery political speeches to a crowd of 600,000...

Job Opening for a Graphic Designer

3 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

The City of Los Angeles needs to hire a graphic designer. They need one badly, as evidenced by the ad they posted to Facebook, presumably by some third-grader who stepped in when the old designer was fired. If you think you can do better than this, apply at the city website. Show More Summary

LA Times publisher Ross Levinsohn accused of past sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior, including at Fox Sports

In August 2017, Los Angeles Times parent company Tronc fired editor and publisher Davan Maharaj, as well as three other senior editors, and installed Ross Levinsohn as publisher and CEO as well as Jim Kirk as interim executive editor. Show More Summary

Man charged in stabbing death of transgender woman in Pico-Union

4 days agoNews : The Cutline

Authorities have charged a Los Angeles man with the stabbing death and attempted robbery of a transgender woman whose body was found after a house fire in the Pico-Union district.

Los Angeles Lakers Must Overcome Three Issues In Order To Make A Run [Opinion]

The Los Angeles Lakers are playing well over the course of their last few games, however, is it enough to stop the rumors of Luke Walton being fired? Just last week, as reported by ESPN, LaVar Ball said that the Lakers are not playing for Walton anymore. Show More Summary

HRC Mourns Viccky Gutierrez, First Transgender Woman of Color Reported Killed in 2018

HRC was shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Viccky Gutierrez, a transgender woman from Honduras killed in what officials are calling a “suspicious” fire in her Los Angeles home early Wednesday. The Los Angeles Fire Department is investigating the incident, which occurred in the Pico-Union neighborhood, according to reports. Show More Summary

Here's Why James Franco Skipped Out On The Critics' Choice Awards!

James Franco wasn't facing the music, er, Critics' Choice Awards. As we reported, the 39-year-old has come under fire by five women who have spoken to The Los Angeles Times alleging the actor previously engaged in inappropriate or exploitative behavior while on set or in acting classes. As a result, he did not attend Thursday night's festivities [...]

One person dead in Pico-Union fire

The Los Angeles Fire Department is investigating what it calls a suspicious fire that left one person dead at a home in the Pico-Union neighborhood early Wednesday. Firefighters arriving around 3:15 a.m. at the two-story triplex in the 1700 block of South New Hampshire Avenue found the body of...

Meet the Lunch-Only Specials at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

“Hell fire hot sauce,” burgers and chicken & waffles Those who have been having trouble booking a table at the Strip’s latest sensation, Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen are probably not alone. The star chef explained to the Los AngelesShow More Summary

Without Michelle King, LAUSD needs a superintendent willing to hold feet to the fire

What a heady moment it must have been for Michelle King, a respected and well-liked administrator in the Los Angeles schools, to reach the pinnacle of the district’s leadership as superintendent in 2016. These are the schools she attended as a student, and then devoted years of her life to as a...

January rain storm triggers mandatory evacuations for some burn areas

Some residents in the Creek Fire burn area are under mandatory evacuation orders Los Angeles has finally stopped burning, but rain has given fire survivors something new to worry about: mudslides and flash flooding. Recent burn areas...Show More Summary

LA Times’ Outrageous Reason to Believe Anti-Trump Book

Los Angeles Times columnist Virginia Heffernan said that Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury,” despite widespread denouncements and the author himself calling it “rushed,” does not need to be fact-checked. Wolff “has been faulted for making stuff up,” Heffernan wrote, but she wants to believe the whole book — “because, for now, this stuff is […]

L.A. Fire Department unveils "SOBER Unit" aimed at reducing unnecessary emergency room visits

Seeking to crackdown on unnecessary emergency room visits, the Los Angeles Fire Department has launched a new program called the Sobriety Emergency Response — or SOBER — Unit that will transport publicly intoxicated people to a sober center located on skid row in downtown. The one-year pilot program,...

Man suspected of shooting LAPD officer is charged with attempted murder

A man suspected of firing on two Los Angeles police officers last week and striking a rookie officer in the leg, was charged Wednesday with attempted murder, prosecutors said. Ivan Castillo, 27, was charged with two counts of attempted murder of a peace officer and two counts of assault on a peace...

Man, 74, dies in Koreatown senior-living high-rise apartment fire

A 74-year-old man died in an apartment fire in Koreatown late Monday, the Los Angeles Fire Department said Tuesday. The blaze was limited to the man’s apartment in a 16-story senior-living high rise at Normandie Avenue and 6th Street and was reported about 10:45 p.m., officials said. The man was...

Man, 74, dies in Koreatown senior-living high-rise apartment fire

A 74-year-old man died in an apartment fire in Koreatown late Monday, the Los Angeles Fire Department said Tuesday. The blaze was limited to the man’s apartment in a 16-story senior-living high rise at Normandie Avenue and 6th Street and was reported about 10:45 p.m., officials said. The man was...

Chargers rout Raiders 30-10, miss playoffs; Del Rio fired

Philip Rivers passed for 387 yards and three touchdowns, and the Los Angeles Chargers kept alive their pursuit of a playoff berth into the final minutes of the regular season with a 30-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders        

Man arrested after allegedly taking a shot at deputies conducting traffic stop in Compton

A 23-year-old man is in custody on suspicion of firing at Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies who were conducting a traffic stop in Compton on Saturday night, authorities said. Deputies were handling the traffic stop in the 8000 block of Compton Avenue about 11 p.m. when they “heard and saw muzzle...

LAPD officer wounded in 'cowardly' ambush, Beck says

A suspect was in custody after allegedly opening fire on a group of Los Angeles police officers Friday night, wounding one, in what LAPD Charlie Beck described as a “cowardly” ambush. Beck said on Twitter on Saturday morning that the gunman fired from a “significant distance” in an unprovoked attack....

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