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Was James Franco’s Oscar Snub Due to His Sexual-Misconduct Allegations?

2 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Steve Granitz/Getty Less than two weeks ago, the Los Angeles Times published an investigation in which five women accused James Franco of “inappropriate or sexually exploitative behavior,” leading many to believe that the prolific actor...Show More Summary

Russian Twitter Accounts Promoted GOP Talking Points

The White House branded the federal budget impasse… as the ‘Schumer Shutdown’ in its attempt to pin the blame on Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-NY),” the Los Angeles Times reports. “But it wasn’t just Republicans using that phrase during [...]

5 Women’s Movement T-Shirts That Everyone Should Own

2 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

From Washington D.C. to Los Angeles, millions of people gathered in major cities for the 2018 Women's March. "Women," according to Vanity Fair, "were inspired by the Time’s Up movement, by their communal sharing of #MeToo experiences...Show More Summary

Newsonomics: NPR’s Ross Levinsohn scoop delivers a double blow to Tronc

On the same afternoon that NPR’s David Folkenflik was to release his scoop on Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn’s alleged history of workplace harassment, Levinsohn himself delivered a manifesto of sorts on Tronc’s strategy. Speaking to the Needham Growth Conference at about noon ET, Levinsohn and Tronc CFO Terry Jimenez laid out Tronc’s long-awaited...

Newsonomics: Can a new management team soothe the roiled Los Angeles Times newsroom?

In the midst of a union organizing vote, new Los Angeles Times editor-in-chief Lewis D’Vorkin is moving forward with a sweeping reorganization of the Times newsroom. He will, I’ve learned from numerous sources, soon announce three new top hires — all from outside a newsroom in turmoil. Those three would follow the appointment of Steve Miller, whom the Times...

Artist Draws Sad Clown Faces On Discarded Objects Around Los Angeles

20 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Maybe I'm just projecting human emotions on to inanimate objects, but every time I see discarded stuff sitting on the curb waiting to be taken away it looks so sad and lonely. A post shared by Lonesome Town (@lonesometown9) on Nov 26,...Show More Summary

LA Times CEO in Hot Water After NPR Exposé

The parent company of the Los Angeles Times is investigating allegations of inappropriate behavior by Ross Levinsohn, the newspaper's CEO and publisher. The company, Tronc, began the investigation Thursday after a National Public Radio story detailed two sexual harassment lawsuits that named Levinsohn while he worked at Alta Vista and...

Will Chico Ever Get Commercial Air Service Again?

Six days ago, the Los Angeles Times reported that airlines are abandoning small towns: Chico, with a population of 92,000, is one of 20 small communities in the U.S. to lose regular commercial air service in the last four years….At 91 other small airports nationwide, the number of departures has been cut by at least […]

Bob Lutz Thinks The Model S Will Be Collectable After Tesla 'Went Broke'

According to a story that appeared in the Los Angeles Times, seasoned former auto executive Bob Lutz had some nice words to say about the Tesla's Model S but some less-than-shining comments about Tesla itself. More »      

Scarlett Johansson addresses James Franco at Women's March: "I want my pin back"

Just a few days after James Franco attended the Golden Globes with a Time’s Up pin indicating his support for the campaign to set up a legal defense fund in support of women who have been harassed in the workplace, The Los Angeles Times published a story about five women who had accused him of “sexually inappropriate… Read more...

Scarlett Johansson Wants Her Time’s Up Pin Back, James Franco

On Saturday, actress Scarlett Johansson called out actor James Franco, according to the Los Angeles Times, in a speech that pointed the finger at those who publicly claim to be allies of the Time’s Up movement but privately are alleged predators themselves. “My mind baffles,” she began, “How could a ... More »

Scarlett Johansson brilliantly called out James Franco during her Women's March speech

As one of the many women who began Time's Up, the initiative advocating for women in all industries financially and otherwise, Scarlett Johansson was invited to speak at Los Angeles' Women's March—and she used her moment on stage toShow More Summary

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...

They feared a Trump presidency when he was inaugurated. A year later, they're only more afraid

To the editor: On Inauguration Day in 2017, I wrote a letter to the editor that was published the next day in the Los Angeles Times. In the letter, I recalled staying at a remote tent “resort” during President Obama’s inauguration in 2009, during which another guest from Denmark congratulated me...

One idea to cut down on straws: Drink beer instead of soda

To the editor: The first thing in the Los Angeles Times’ editorial that caught my eye was the 500 million straws allegedly discarded by Americans per day. I’m sure conservationists’ hearts are in the right place, but that equals two straws for every man, woman and child in the country per day....

The alleged abuse of 13 children in Perris is an indictment of our neighborhoods, say readers

Southern California has seen enough cases of the prolonged abuse and neglect of children, some resulting in deaths, that the Los Angeles Times’ letter writers recite a familiar refrain when another notable case make the news: How can the suffering of a child happen so long without effective intervention?...

California Governor Blocks Parole For Manson Family Member

In a decision announced earlier tonight, California Gov. Jerry Brown overturned the parole board’s ruling and will keep convicted killer and Manson family member Leslie Van Houten in prison, according to a Los Angeles Times report. Van...Show More Summary

Essential Arts & Culture: Ed Moses dies, a woman leads the L.A. Phil, architecture's award controversy

A bit of sadness. And some riotous performances. The week in culture has run the gamut. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, with your week’s important culture news: ‘COOL SCHOOL’ PIONEER PASSES Ed Moses, the personable Los Angeles painter known for a wide range of works...

Kim and Kanye Announce New Daughter's Name

The new baby sister of North and Saint has a name: Chicago. The Los Angeles Times reports Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West named their new daughter— born Monday via a surrogate—after the rapper's hometown. Kardashian-West announced the name Friday on her website, app, and Twitter account. It appears...

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