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Los Angeles Business Journal
5700 Wilshire Blvd 170
Los Angeles, CA 90036 Directions
USC has appointed Dr. Laura Mosqueda, an award-winning family physician and expert in geriatric medicine and elder abuse, to lead the Keck School Medicine of USC, the university announced April 25.
JetBlue Airways Corp. is returning service to Ontario International Airport in September as part of a regional flight shuffle in which the carrier is adding flights at Hollywood Burbank Airport but sharply reducing flights at Long Beach Airport, the airline announced April 25.
Next Trucking to hire 50 employees; RealD inks extension with Cinemark; Bot bill passes next test.
Sony Pictures Television Networks upped its investment in London-based Hopster, a subscription app for young children, according to an April 25 announcement.
Public broadcasting stations KCETLink Media Group in Los Angeles and PBS SoCal (KOCE) in Orange County announced April 25 that they will merge.
Los Angeles Downtown News
1264 W. First St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026 Directions
DTLA - From 2000-2014, Lisa Watson served as chief executive officer of homeless services provider the Downtown Women’s Center. She left to open a consultancy for nonprofits, but now she is returning, though on a temporary basis.
DTLA - Another housing project is underway in Downtown Los Angeles. Developer Etco Homes broke ground on the nine-story Lotus 77 on April 4.
DTLA - A significant infrastructure upgrade program has been launched in Little Tokyo. The $5.3 million effort aims to improve accessibility and enhance pedestrian activity at dozens of locations in the area bounded by Temple, Fourth, Main and Alameda streets.
DTLA - Despite what seems like near-constant gridlock across the city, and Los Angeles’ reputation as an auto-focused metropolis, not everyone who lives here owns a car. That is particularly true in Downtown, where a growing number of individuals have…
DTLA - More than 100 men and women have new places of employment after attending a Skid Row Job Fair on April 10. The event, held in San Julian Park, attracted over 30 businesses. Wendell Blassingame and Claudia Oliveira of…
Los Angeles Times
202 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 Directions
Walt Disney Productions went full throttle promoting its third “Herbie” film. Before the wet-concrete ceremony, a parade on Hollywood Boulevard featured a Chinese band, firecrackers, 25 Lancia sports cars, clowns and cheerleaders. The Goodyear blimp flew overhead. At Mann’s Chinese Theater, several...
In a Central Valley barn decked out in red, white and blue, dairyman and state Senate candidate Johnny Tacherra drew cheers from a crowd of fellow farmers when he said he opposes the California Legislature’s hike on gas taxes and vehicle fees. “I would not have voted for that. It is not the time...
Photographer Laura Aguilar was known for works that explored Chicana lesbian identity and for which she employed her own body in sculptural ways. She died at age 58 in Long Beach.
Decoding babies’ DNA: In the April 22 Section A, an article about how genome sequencing can help sick children said that Dr. Robert C. Green runs a sequencing study at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He co-directs the program. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...
Super-fans will binge 12 Marvel movies, starting with the first "Iron Man" film and ending with the premiere of "Avengers: Infinity War."
11175 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025 Directions
Michel Hazanavicius, the Oscar-winning director of “The Artist” whose latest film “Redoutable” competed at Cannes Film Festival last year, is set to direct “The Lost Prince,” a fantasy-filled family comedy which will star Omar Sy (“Intouchables), François Damiens (“Heartbreaker”) and Bérénice Bejo (“The Artist”). “The Lost Prince” is produced by Philippe Rousselet and Jonathan Blumental. […]
A profoundly grateful Tom Cruise received the Pioneer of the Year award from the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation — the first actor to be so honored. Cruise was feted Wednesday night on the third day of Cinemacon, the National Association of Theater Owners’ annual convention in Las Vegas. The pioneer of the year […]
“Worst birthday ever” doesn’t begin to cover the magnitude of what befalls our protagonist in “Goran.” Fast-rising Croatian helmer Nevio Marasovic’s third professional feature — he’s made a well-received fourth, “Comic Sans,” since this one premiered at Fantasia nearly two years ago — is not so much a psychological thriller as an emotional horror movie, in […]
The strange controversy surrounding MSNBC anchor Joy Reid took another turn Wednesday evening after her attorney said the Federal Bureau of Investigation has opened an investigation into whether online accounts belonging to her had been hacked, resulting in the surfacing of controversial remarks being ascribed to Reid that she says are fake. “We have received […]
Rising star Tiffany Haddish managed to deliver big laughs at a pair of CinemaCon presentations Wednesday — for Universal’s “Night School” and for Paramount’s untitled Tyler Perry comedy. Haddish, who broke out in “Girls Trip” last year, opened the Universal presentation at Caesars Palace in the morning with co-star Kevin Hart. The duo touted “Night […]