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  1. Animated 'Spider-Man' to top 'The Mule' and 'Mortal Engines' at the box officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    An innovative animated take on the "Spider-Man" superhero franchise is expected to top the North American box office this weekend, proving that the Marvel comic book character still has legs after multiple big-screen reboots, reimaginings and retoolings. Sony Pictures Animation's "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" is expected to open with $32 million to $39 million in ticket sales from the U.S. and Canada through Sunday, according to people who have reviewed pre-release audience surveys.


  2. CBS sells Television City for $750 million to Los Angeles real estate developerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Los Angeles Times

    Actress Lucille Ball, center, turns on floodlights during a June 3, 1952 promotional event at the site of CBS Television City studios, which was still under-construction. The network said Monday that it has sold its iconic Television City headquarters, and active sound stages, near Farmers Market and The Grove for $750 million to Los Angeles-based real estate developer Hackman Capital Partners.


  3. Former dean at West Los Angeles College propositioned student for sex for years, lawsuit saysRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Los Angeles Times

    A student at West Los Angeles College is suing a former dean at the school who she said sexually harassed her for years when she worked in his office. Sarah Murphy, 29, said Shalamon Duke, the former dean of Disabled Students Programs and Services at West L.A. College, repeatedly asked her for sexual favors in exchange for providing her with financial stability.


  4. Today: Trump Will See Lots of Love a for 'Papa Bush'Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Los Angeles Times

    President George H.W. Bush preached "a kinder, gentler nation" and practiced a kind of bipartisanship that hasn't been seen in the White House since. Bush's state funeral on Wednesday will feature a eulogy from his son, former President George W. Bush - but not from President Trump, who will watch the proceedings from a pew.


  5. L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson launches bid for county supervisorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Los Angeles Times

    Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, shown here discussing street vending regulations, announced Monday that he is running for a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson said Monday he is running in 2020 for a seat on the county Board of Supervisors, looking to represent roughly 2 million people in a district stretching from Carson to Culver City.


  6. Police seek two suspects in series of armed street robberies in Los Angeles and Culver CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Police are searching for two men suspected in a series of 13 armed robberies that occurred in November in Los Angeles and Culver City, officials said. The two men, Dijon Cooper, 21, and Nye Lee, 31, reportedly robbed people on the street at gunpoint.


  7. Review: Harry S. Truman at the center of this wonderfully weird, strangely poignant art showRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Harry S. Truman is an unlikely protagonist for a disorienting video plus a series of mixed-media paintings and sculptures by Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley. But he's an inspired choice.


  8. Review: Dot by dot, painter Peter Williams makes points about racial violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Peter Williams' pointillist painting technique, crowding thousands of tiny dots of enamel color within pencil-drawn contours of people, places and things, is not the same as the celebrated one pioneered more than a century ago by Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. His look yields a very different feel from the measured, careful tone of those French Postimpressionists.


  9. The 99-Seat Beat: So long, Scrooge. These holiday shows have a feminine point of viewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Los Angeles Times

    Saleswoman extraordinaire Dixie Longate, the creation of writer-performer Kris Andersson, brings her Tupperware party to the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. For those of us eagerly awaiting the fall of the patriarchy, December can be a discouraging month.


  10. Previews of Friday's high school football bowl gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Los Angeles Times

    The Dons run a Wing T offense, led by the hard-running Shawn Poma, who gained 173 yards last week. Two years ago, the Dons beat Narbonne 35-28 in a bowl game.


  11. Manipulating light and space, architect Edward Ogosta redeems a plain Culver City bungalowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 26 | Los Angeles Times

    If buildings are reflections of their makers, then architect Edward Ogosta's Culver City home deftly encapsulates his belief in what he calls "quiet architecture." Lean and introspective, with a modern addition that gracefully extends the living quarters while retaining 97 percent of the original dwelling, it offers a compelling alternative to the demolish-and-rebuild mentality that has reshaped neighborhoods across Los Angeles.


  12. Start-up meets Wakanda? Disney innovation hub aims to advance technology for filmmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Los Angeles Times

    Inside Walt Disney Studios' original animation building, where artists once drew "Dumbo" and "Cinderella" by hand, a 15-person team of innovators is trying to create a moviemaking Tomorrowland. The Burbank studio's 4-month-old, 3,500-square-foot innovation hub is a short walk from Walt Disney's old office and is furnished with Kem Weber chairs reminiscent of a bygone era.


  13. This former Gjelina pastry chef just opened a restaurant in Beverly Grove, with plenty of pieRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Nicole Rucker, the former Gjelina pastry chef and current co-owner of CoFax, has opened Fiona restaurant in Beverly Grove. Rucker will begin by selling pies, breads, cookies and cakes on a first-come basis from a retail area, with limited hours on Thanksgiving Day.


  14. I can tell you the exact date and time I met the love of my lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 16 | Los Angeles Times

    Having just finished a fabulous dinner of roasted chicken thighs on a bed of multicolored heirloom carrots and Yukon Gold potatoes, I sat back, looked at my beautiful wife and thought about how thankful I am. It was 1985 and I was having the time of my life.


  15. Bad machines, long lines and polling confusions: What we're hearing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Early voting at a polling station at West Los Angeles College in Culver City on Sunday. Thousands of calls about broken voting machines, hours-long lines and confusion at polling places poured into a hotline set up by a coalition of civil rights and legal aid groups Tuesday, with voters at more than 100 polling sites across the country phoning in problems on election day.


  16. The 2008 economic crash hit L.A.'s cultural institutions hard....Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    The story of Los Angeles arts after the crash may be better understood as a novel rather than a work of history: It includes multiple strands, unexpected ironies and unlikely subplots. When artist Carmen Argote graduated from UCLA in 2007, she was only beginning to get her footing as other MFA grads were breaking big on the art market.


  17. L.A. Film Festival to shut down after 18 years as Film Independent...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Ike Barinholtz and Tiffany Haddish attend the L.A. Film Festival world premiere gala screening of "The Oath" on Sept. 25 in Los Angeles.


  18. Lawsuit seeks to overturn plan that would allow taller buildings along the Metro Expo LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    The Expo Line zoning plan that the Los Angeles City Council approved in July approved more density near five stations, including the Bundy stop in West L.A. The advocacy group Fix the City challenged that plan in court, saying it violated the city's development standards. A Westside nonprofit has sued the city of Los Angeles, seeking to overturn a plan that would allow the construction of up to 6,000 new apartment and condominium units within a half-mile of five Metro Expo Line stations.


  19. Westwood's Crest Theater to be reborn as UCLA Nimoy Theater, an experimental performance spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Brett Steele, left, dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, and Kristy Edmunds, director of UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance. For years, Kristy Edmunds, director of UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance, has cruised by the old Crest Theater on Westwood Boulevard on her way to and from work.


  20. Neighborhood Spotlight: El SegundoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    It's easy to miss El Segundo's historic downtown, which provides a glimpse of the city in its earliest incarnation, including the Old Town Music Hall, dating from 1921. In 1911, a small group of Standard Oil Co.


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