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  1. 2 off-duty NYPD detectives subdue man in Hollywood stabbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Daily Reporter

    A man stabbed a Russian tourist on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in an unprovoked attack Wednesday before two off-duty New York police detectives intervened and likely saved the sightseer's life, police said. Using a large kitchen knife, a man in his 50s attacked a tourist in his late 20s who was in Hollywood with his family, said Officer Ricardo Hernandez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department.


  2. George Barris, creator of TV's original Batmobile, has diedRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 5 | Daily Reporter

    George Barris, the legendary custom car builder who created television's original Batmobile and helped define California's car culture with colorfully designed vehicles ranging from the stunningly beautiful to the simply outrageous, died Thursday. He was 89. Barris, who had been in declining health, died at his Los Angeles home with his family by his side, said Edward Lozzi, his longtime publicist and friend.


  3. How did Camryn Manheim become fluent in ASL?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 5 | Daily Reporter

    Actors usually have all sorts of special skills they've picked up along the way - sword-fighting, judo, a Scandinavian accent. Camryn Manheim has American Sign Language.


  4. Screenwriter for 'E.T.,' Melissa Mathison, dies at age 65Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 5 | Daily Reporter

    Known for her family friendly films, like the unequaled "E.T. the Extra Terrestrial" and the elegant "The Black Stallion," Mathison's stories were rich with symbolism, adventure, depth, and darkness. With their intricate plots and grown up themes of loneliness and loss, her films enchanted a generation of kids, and their parents.


  5. Los Angeles, Compton students to learn about Hollywood jobsRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Students from the Los Angeles and Compton Unified School Districts will learn what it's like to work in Hollywood at the first Careers in Film Summit. The daylong event Saturday at the film academy's Beverly Hills headquarters will showcase various work opportunities on both sides of the camera.


  6. Woman punched by patrol officer detained on same LA freewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    A bipolar woman who was punched by a California Highway Patrol officer as she walked on a Los Angeles freeway has been taken into custody after being spotted on the same stretch of road. The Los Angeles Times says Marlene Pinnock was spotted on the right shoulder of Interstate 10 near La Brea Avenue around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.


  7. Looking for Broadway's next star? Turn on your TVRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    There are plenty of places that get young people ready for Broadway - Juilliard, Carnegie Mellon, Yale and New York University. But don't forget "So You Think You Can Dance."


  8. Correction: Theater-Perez Hilton storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    In a story Sept. 23 about celebrity blogger Perez Hilton appearing in an off-Broadway musical parody of the 1990s sitcom "Full House," The Associated Press reported erroneously that Hilton has two sons.


  9. Sean Hayes adds San Francisco stop with 'An Act of God'Read the original story

    Sep 24, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    In this Feb. 15, 2015 file photo, actor Sean Hayes attends the SNL 40th Anniversary Special in New York. Hayes has added a stop in San Francisco for his A a A"An Act of GodA a A after Los Angeles.


  10. Los Angeles panel proposes homelessness emergency, fundsRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    It's no secret to people who walk or drive the streets of Los Angeles that homeless people - tens of thousands of them - are everywhere. On Tuesday, having looked at numbers showing the city's homeless population has increased more than 10 percent over the past two years, officials announced they have decided enough is enough. 2 comments

  11. Student filmmakers get Hollywood treatment from film academyRead the original story

    Sep 18, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    After a week of studio visits, fancy dinners and Hollywood meetings, the winners of the 42nd Student Academy Awards finally got their chance to thank the academy. Fifteen young filmmakers spent a week in Los Angeles as the film academy's guests before receiving their awards at a ceremony Thursday night.


  12. Wes Ball, Hollywood's new blockbuster visionaryRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Wes Ball didn't mean to have a signature hat. He can't even remember where he got the tattered, sweat-stained, beige baseball cap with the white embroidered "Catskill Mountains" stitching.


  13. Comic apologizes for lying about 9-11 escapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Comedy Central said Wednesday it is reevaluating what to do about Steve Rannazzisi's planned stand-up special this weekend after the comic apologized for lying about working in New York's World Trade Center when terrorists attacked on Sept. 11, 2001.


  14. 'Sound of Music' tour starts with a tomboy leading the wayRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    A new version of "The Sound of Music" is hitting the road and it's being led by a fresh-faced beauty from Vermont who really does believe "the hills are alive." Kerstin Anderson, 20, has taken off her upcoming semester at Pace University to play Maria in what promises to be a fresh, invigorating version of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.


  15. Sean Hayes to be divine in 'An Act of God' in Los AngelesRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Producers of the "An Act of God" said Wednesday that the Emmy Award-winning former "Will and Grace" star will step into the big role starting Jan. 30 at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. The divine part was filled this summer by Jim Parsons on Broadway.


  16. Review: 'We Are Your Friends' an entertaining musical rompRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Part electronic dance music tutorial and part love letter to Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, "We Are Your Friends" is a surprisingly accessible and sweet story of a group of friends standing on the cusp of adulthood with big ambition and little direction. Regardless of your taste for pulsing electronic music or actor Zac Efron, both are undeniably appealing in this feature debut from director and co-writer Max Joseph.


  17. Spinoff 'Fear the Walking Dead' strolls into view SundayRead the original story

    Aug 19, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Two crucial questions await "Fear the Walking Dead," the spinoff to AMC's monster hit "The Walking Dead." The first: How many zombies does it take to satisfy viewers of the new drama, which begins in the early days of the robust apocalypse underway in the original? The second: How big an audience is big enough when compared to its sibling? Let executive producer Dave Erickson start with the latter for "Fear," its shorthand title, which debuts at 9 p.m. EDT Sunday with a six-episode run.


  18. Sanders vows anti-racism fight in LA campaign eventRead the original story

    Aug 11, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders vowed that he would fight harder than any other presidential candidate to end institutional racism in front of a packed Los Angeles arena, two days after Black Lives Matter protesters derailed one of his rallies. The wildly enthusiastic and overwhelmingly positive campaign stop on Monday night avoided the Vermont senator's previous problems in Seattle.


  19. Judge: Sale of Los Angeles convent appears to be invalidRead the original story

    Jul 30, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    A judge said Thursday he believes a group of elderly nuns improperly sold their hilltop convent to a businesswoman but delayed any efforts by church officials to finalize a competing sale to pop singer Katy Perry. Thursday's mixed ruling by Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant will tie up the once-lavish estate in months of litigation.


  20. If USOC finds a new city, Boston debacle could be forgottenRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2015 | Daily Reporter

    Embarrassing as the debacle in Boston may have been, chances are it will be nothing more than a distant memory when the vote for the 2024 Olympics finally rolls around. That's still more than two years away, and the U.S. Olympic Committee has seven weeks to replace Boston with a more willing candidate - one that shows more enthusiasm for hosting the games, and can withstand the criticism and questions that will invariably come in a contest against Paris, Rome, Budapest and others.


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