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Daily Breeze
Daily Breeze

(310) 540-5511

21250 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90503   Directions

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Investor's Business Daily
Investor's Business Daily

(800) 831-2525

Hollywood, CA

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KABC-TV
KABC-TV

(818) 863-7223

500 Circle Seven Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

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Hollywood star unveiled for Ruth E. Carter, Oscar winner who designed costumes for 'Black Panther,' other blockbusters
02/25/2021 10:19pm

Oscar winner Ruth E. Carter has become only the second costume designer to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

SoCal weather: Warm, dry conditions continue Friday
02/25/2021 9:57pm

A high-pressure area over central California is keeping SoCal warm and dry over the next several days.

Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in Hollywood; singer offers $500,000 reward
02/25/2021 9:42pm

A gunman is being sought after Lady Gagas dog walker was shot and two of the singers small bulldogs were stolen from him in Hollywood, the LAPD said.

Dodge brings muscle-car power to sedan, SUV in a more family-friendly package
02/25/2021 9:37pm

If you think having a family and driving a muscle car dont go hand-in-hand, Dodge says otherwise.

US military conducts airstrike against Iran-backed militia in Syria
02/25/2021 9:36pm

The airstrike was the first military action undertaken by the Biden administration, which in its first weeks has emphasized its intent to put more focus on the challenges posed by China, even as Mideast threats persist.

KCBS-TV
KCBS-TV

(818) 655-2000

4200 Radford Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91604   Directions

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Tyus Jones, Defense Lead Grizzlies Past Clippers, 122-94
02/25/2021 9:58pm

Tyus Jones scored a career-high 20 points, the Memphis defense held Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to sub-standard nights and the Grizzlies beat the Los Angeles Clippers 122-94 on Thursday night.

OC Receives More Than 83,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In Single Day
02/25/2021 9:47pm

Orange County received more than 83,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses Thursday, allowing officials to catch up on canceled appointments and keep large-scale county-run sites open.

Stretch Of 5 Freeway In Norwalk Area To Close During Construction
02/25/2021 9:06pm

Full overnight closures for construction on the Santa Ana 5 Freeway will take place in the Norwalk area Thursday evening, Friday morning, and next week.

People Making A Difference: Nonprofit Connects Artists With Those In Need
02/25/2021 9:02pm

From fashion and film to movement and music, art comes in many different forms and can reach people in infinite ways. And one nonprofit is tapping into those outlets of expression to help those in need.

Iconic Randy’s Donuts Sign Pops Up At New OC Location Ahead Of March 9 Opening
02/25/2021 8:51pm

On Thursday, workers carefully hoisted the giant donut onto the shops newest location on Harbor Boulevard in Costa Mesa.

KNBC-TV 4 - NBC
KNBC-TV 4 - NBC

(818) 684-4444

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

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Tiger Woods Transferred to Cedars-Sinai to Continue Recovery From SUV Crash
02/26/2021 3:10am

Tiger Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Thursday to continue recuperating from a horrific rollover SUV crash in Rancho Palos Verdes that severely injured his right leg and ankle.

Father of Two Died Living His Dream as LA County Sheriff's Department Motorcycle Deputy
02/25/2021 6:08pm

A Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department deputy was killed in a crash Thursday morning in the Lakewood area.

Doctors Warn COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Might Interfere with Mammogram Test Results
02/26/2021 2:48am

Doctors are finding that side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine can interfere with mammogram results. Women who get the vaccine may experience swelling in the lymph nodes of the armpit as their immune system responds to the shot.

Golden Globe Predictions: Who Will vs Who Should Win?
02/26/2021 1:49am

The Golden Globe Awards have earned the nickname of Hollywoods Party of the Year. Thats due in large part to the party-like atmosphere of the event, and the blend of film and television luminaries with dinner and copious amounts of drinks. Since 1944, the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have been handing out awards honoring the best in...

Heart-Stopping Video Shows Moments Dog Walker Shot by Thieves Who Stole French Bulldogs Belonging to Lady Gaga
02/25/2021 3:14pm

A man who was walking two French bulldogs was shot Wednesday night in Hollywood. TMZ reported that the dogs belonged to Lady Gaga, who was reportedly offering a reward in the case. NBCLA reached out to Los Angeles police, who could not confirm any ties to the singer-songwriter.

KTTV-TV 11 - FOX
KTTV-TV 11 - FOX

(310) 584-2000

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

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KVCR-DT 91.9 - NPR
KVCR-DT 91.9 - NPR

(909) 384-4444

701 S Mt Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, NC 92410   Directions

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Celebrating Black History: Etta James
02/25/2021 8:23pm

February is Black History Month and were featuring stories of black female artists through history. KVCRs Shareen Awad talks about legendary singer Etta James and her numerous accomplishments. Etta James was born Jamesetta Hawkins in Los Angeles. Her mother always encouraged her to sing, telling her, even if a song has been done a thousand times, you can still bring something of your own to it. And that she did. By the time she was 5 years old, Etta James was already well known in the church and on the radio, as a gospel prodigy. At 12, she formed a singing trio and worked for bandleader Johnny Otis with the Otis Band. It wasnt long before the determined vocalist launched her solo career with the hit Good Rockin Daddy in 1955. Etta James is best known for her powerful, earthy vocals, belting out hits like Id Rather Go Blind and At Last. She won numerous Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. Billboard listed Etta James as one of The 35

Celebrating Black History: Tina Turner
02/25/2021 8:08pm

February is Black History Month and were featuring stories of black female artists through history. KVCRs Shareen Awad talks about Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tina Turner, whose powerful stage presence and vocals took the world by storm. People the world over might recognize the name Tina Turner and immediately get an image of a high-energy performance with powerful vocals. Tina Turner is a singer whose career is still going strong, 50 years after it began. Shes one of the best-selling recording artists of all time, with over 100 million records sold. Shes had success in R&B, soul, and rock n roll. But before hitting the stage and taking her life on the road, Tina Turner began her life in rural Tennessee, the child of sharecroppers. From there, she moved to St. Louis and quickly immersed herself in the local R&B scene where she eventually met Ike Turner and joined his group Kings of Rhythm. With her electric stage presence, it didnt take long for Turner to become the

TikTok To Pay $92 Million To Settle Class-Action Suit Over 'Theft' Of Personal Data
02/25/2021 5:11pm

TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle dozens of lawsuits alleging that the popular video-sharing app harvested personal data from users, including information using facial recognition technology, without consent and shared the data with third-parties, some of which were based in China. The proposed settlement, which lawyers in the case have called among the largest privacy-related payouts in history, applies to 89 million TikTok users in the U.S. whose personal data was allegedly tracked and sold to advertisers in violation of state and federal law. First, it provides compensation for TikTok users, but equally as important, it ensures TikTok will respect its users privacy going forward, Katrina Carroll, one of the lawyers for TikTok users, said. Social media seems so innocuous, but troubling data collection, storage, and disclosure can happen behind the scenes. The settlement is the result of 21 federal lawsuits filed mostly on behalf of minors some as young as 8 years

February 25: Lifestyles with Lillian Vasquez
02/25/2021 4:53pm

This week on Lifestyles, Lillian speaks with Al Arguello, Inland Empire Market President for Bank of America, to learn about the Neighborhood Builders Grant program and how they invest in local non-profits. Also on the show, Lillian speaks with Clemente Mojica, CEO of Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, one of the non-profits that received a Neighborhood Builders award for 2020. Clemente shares what Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services is and how theyre creating housing solutions for families in need of assistance. To learn more about the Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, visit nphsinc.org or call 909 988 - 5979 To learn more about Bank of America and the Neighborhood Builders Program, click here

Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics Target San Bernardino County's Rural Seniors
02/25/2021 4:00pm

The rollout of San Bernardino Countys new mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week, means seniors in rural and mountain communities have more direct access to the vaccine. Over the next several weeks, two county vans will exclusively serve seniors age 65 and older at several locations across the far-flung region. These communities include San Bernardino, Chino Hills, Colton, Lucerne Valley, Twentynine Palms, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Hesperia, Montclair, Trona, Needles, and others. The vans held clinics this week in Crestline, Lytle Creek and Lake Arrowhead. The Countys Department of Aging and Adult Services is scheduling the clinics and working with community partners to contact eligible seniors directly about appointments. At the mobile sites, seniors will be able to walk up for their appointment. After their shot, they will stay in an observation area for a 15-minute period to monitor for any possible side effect.

L.A. Record
L.A. Record

(213) 254-7048

Los Angeles, CA

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Gemma Castro “Quiero Saber De Ti”
10/23/2020 1:31pm

Everything in Gemma Castros new Quiero Saber de Tithe idea, the lyrics, the music, the production and the videowas made as a counterattack against confinement both physical and psychic as she quarantined in her abuelas strict Catholic house in Guadalajara. Shes always created her own space, and in some ways quarantine just gave her more possibilities to work with. Slight warning: if you still have a job to go to and that job even more hideously oppressive and uptight than most jobs, you may want to save this for later.

TRACK PREMIERE: Mohama Saz “Quemar las Naves”
10/23/2020 1:19pm

This smoldering new track from Spains Mohama Sazout Dec. 11 on L.A.s iconoclastic Mock labelis a slow-motion spin through several waves of psychedelia and the musical heritage of at several subcontinental cultural regions. Described to us as Mediterranean Psychedelia, Quemar Las Naves is swimming in the east-meets-west-meets-analog-high-tech sound familiar to fans of Sublime Frequencies, Finders Keepers and those awesome-but-legally-iffy comps of rare 45s from Turkey, Lebanon, Africa and beyond. Theres a particular mindscape where an endless desert meets a bottomless sea, and where the music is all about negative space and hypnotic rhythm, and thats where Quemar Las Naves walks the tideline at sunset.

Echo Park Rising @ American Barbershop
09/23/2020 10:26pm

What we wouldnt give to attend a safe, live concert right now. The sheer euphoria of connection that only live music can bring. And boy, do we need it more than ever. One day we will. It will happen. Although not possible right now, our

TRACK PREMIRE: HEALING GEMS “TIJUANA MUSHROOM (DRIVING ON LSD)”
07/17/2020 2:04pm

Exotica is a bizarre and sometimes uncomfortably ... complicated genre-slash-phenomenon, but the sensation of being somewhere else is more than welcome right now, and nobody makes a living room seem like a distant lagoon more than L.A.s Healing Gems. They make songs that sound like Moon Gas meets Ennio Morricone with happily saturated production dripping with cinematic effects and unpredictable instrumentation, often soundtracking deadpan lyrics about ancient curses, legendary ruins and dreams so real they override waking life.

VIDEO PREMIERE: CITY OF REPTILES (DIR. TEN-HEADED SKELETON)
07/01/2020 6:57pm

You already know Ten-Headed Skeleton even if you dont think you know Ten-Headed Skeletonthats the recent alias-slash-identity-reinvention of L.A.s Michael Nhat, the ferociously independent outsider artist/rapper/producer/and probably more, with recent musical output including the Suffocate On Honey 7 and his earlier full-length Evil Doing. But

LA Weekly
LA Weekly

(310) 574-7100

3861 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA 90230   Directions

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La Opinión
La Opinión

(213) 622-8332

915 Wilshire Blvd 800
Los Angeles, CA 90017   Directions

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CBP detiene a más de 230 indocumentados en Texas
02/25/2021 9:07pm

La Patrulla Fronteriza encontr a estos inmigrantes en tres operativos. Haba varios menores no acompaados

Hispano que enfrentaba desalojo en Los Ángeles atacó con un cuchillo a familiar de su casero
02/25/2021 8:47pm

El atacante, quien adems intent atropellar a su vctima, fue detenido en el condado de San Diego

Hay vacunas, pero no suficientes y el peligro sigue
02/25/2021 8:43pm

Lo ms recomendable ahora, es seguir cuidndose

EE.UU. bombardea infraestructuras en Siria de grupos paramilitares proiraníes
02/25/2021 7:48pm

Es la primera accin militar conocida bajo la presidencia de Joe Biden y se produce tras recientes ataques a fuerzas estadounidenses

Gattuso acusa al arbitraje de estar en contra de clubes italianos y señala los errores en el Atalanta-Real Madrid
02/25/2021 7:25pm

El Napoli de Gattuso qued eliminado de la Europa League con polmica arbitral, comn denominador esta semana para los equipos italianos

Los Angeles Business Journal
Los Angeles Business Journal

(323) 549-5225

5700 Wilshire Blvd 170
Los Angeles, CA 90036   Directions

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Xencor Partners with UCLA to Develop New Drugs
02/25/2021 10:04pm

Monrovia-based biopharmaceutical company Xencor Inc. has signed a partnership agreement with UCLAs Technology Development Group to develop new drugs.

Women Of Influence, Banking: Arpy Zakarian
02/25/2021 7:03pm

Arpy Zakarian is first vice president, relationship manager and team leader in the San Fernando Region for 1st Century Bank.

Women Of Influence, Banking: Angela Underwood-Jacobs
02/25/2021 7:01pm

Angela Underwood-Jacobs has established a successful career as a bank executive and holds an admirable and distinguished record of service.

Women Of Influence, Banking: Nicole D. Swain
02/25/2021 6:57pm

Nicole Swain is the consummate community banking professional and truly embodies and lives the community bank mantra of relationship banking.

Women Of Influence, Banking: LaVon Short
02/25/2021 6:46pm

LaVon Short has more than 40 years of financial services experience.

Los Angeles Daily News
Los Angeles Daily News

(818) 713-3000

21860 Burbank Blvd 200
Woodland Hills, CA 91367   Directions

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Los Angeles Downtown News
Los Angeles Downtown News

(213) 481-1448

1264 W. First St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026   Directions

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Reported cases in Downtown LA and surrounding areas as of Feb. 14
02/25/2021 3:00am

Chinatown: 682 Little Tokyo: 368 Los Feliz: 972 Silverlake: 2,964 South Park: 7,059 Wilshire Center: 5,258

Foundation issues $400K in arts grants
02/24/2021 3:00am

The art organizations within Los Angeles continue to be one of the citys most defining, celebrated aspects.

Photographer documents lives during quarantine
02/22/2021 3:00am

Back in April when the first statewide stay-at-home order had been issued in California, Alon Goldsmith had an idea for a unique project.

Arizona State adds LA center to Poitier film school
02/17/2021 3:00am

The historic Herald Examiner building is making a comeback.

Reported cases in DTLA and surrounding areas as of Feb. 7
02/16/2021 3:00am

Chinatown: 672 Little Tokyo: 361 Los Feliz: 950 Silverlake: 2,906 South Park: 6,935 Wilshire Center: 5,138

Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times

(213) 237-5000

202 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012   Directions

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L.A. County COVID-19 hospitalizations hit three-month low while MIS-C cases climb
02/25/2021 8:53pm

Although hospitalizations are down, the county is reporting 10 additional cases of MIS-C in children.

Despite concerns over increasing student stress, standardized testing to go on with some limits
02/25/2021 6:07pm

The state Board of Education met to discuss standardized testing after the Department of Education declined to issue waivers for assessments.

COVID-19 vaccines prioritized for California educators will focus on struggling communities
02/25/2021 5:40pm

Guidelines released Thursday show Californias new program earmarking 10 of COVID-19 vaccines will be reserved for K-12 school employees and those who work in child care positions.

Riverside man arrested in Capitol riot after employer identifies him in news photo
02/25/2021 3:44pm

A Riverside man identified as a QAnon believer was fired and arrested after a coworker saw him in Capitol riot photos

Highway 1 washout near Big Sur expected to be fixed by summer
02/25/2021 3:41pm

A section of L.A.s iconic road was washed out by heavy rains Jan. 28. Repairs start Monday.

Press-Telegram (Long Beach)
Press-Telegram (Long Beach)

(562) 432-1161

727 Pine Ave
Long Beach, CA 90844   Directions

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The Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter

(323) 525-2000

5700 Wilshire Blvd. 500
Los Angeles, CA 90036   Directions

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03/21/2019 5:00am

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Variety
Variety

(323) 617-9100

11175 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

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Dave Philips, Guitarist With Frank Black, Tommy Stinson and Others, Dies at 52
02/25/2021 9:36pm

Dave Philips, who played guitar for The Pixies Frank Black, The Replacements Tommy Stinson, Guided By Voices Robert Pollard and others, died Feb. 22 of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 52. The instrumentalist, songwriter and sideman became a go-to guitarist for some of post-punk and alt-rocks most influential figures. Not only was he a

Taiwan Denies Residency Visa to Pro-Beijing Producer Charles Heung
02/25/2021 9:25pm

Taiwan has denied prominent Hong Kong film producer and entertainment mogul Charles Heung Wah-keung and his son visas to live there, citing national security concerns. Heung is known for founding Wins Entertainment in the 1980s and 1990s powerhouse China Star Entertainment, the Hong Kong-listed production company and distributor that helped cement the stardom of Hong

HFPA Says It Will ‘Implement an Action Plan’ to Recruit Black Members
02/25/2021 8:55pm

Three days before this years Golden Globes Awards is set to take place, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is responding to criticism that it has failed to cultivate an inclusive and diverse membership body. Most notably, as detailed in a scathing expos last Sunday by the Los Angeles Times, the org does not have a

‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’ Review: A Very Good Documentary Hang-Out Movie
02/25/2021 8:30pm

Billie Eilish hasnt been famous for very long, but when you see her in Billie Eilish: The Worlds a Little Blurry, R.J. Cutlers two-hour-and-20-minute but never boring documentary hang-out movie, you see why shes already the quintessential pop star of the 21st century. The film, which shows you more or less everything you want to

Ronald Pickup, Actor in ‘The Crown,’ ‘Best Marigold Hotel,’ Dies at 80
02/25/2021 7:46pm

Ronald Pickup, the British actor best known for his roles inThe Best Exotic Marigold Hotel films and The Crown, died on Feb. 24. He was 80. Pickups agent said he passed away peacefully yesterday after a long illness surrounded by his wife and family, per the BBC. He will be deeply missed. Born on June

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