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  1. Inaugural music updates: Andy Grammer is out; Chrisette Michele inRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Singer Andy Grammer visits the Launch of 'Hits 1 in Hollywood' on SiriusXM Hits 1 at the SiriusXM Los Angeles Studios on January 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. The closely-watched lineup of musicians playing inauguration events shifted a bit Wednesday.


  2. Fiona Apple releases a Tiny Hands,a a rallying cry for the Womena s MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Fiona Apple has a message for Donald Trump, and she's hoping the attendees at the Women's March on Saturday will help her make it heard. "We don't want your tiny hands/anywhere near our underpants," she drones in her newest song, "'Tiny Hands' Women's March Chant," a minute-long protest anthem released this week along with composer Michael Whalen.


  3. This college just paid a $28,000 ransom, in bitcoin, to cyberattackersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 | The Washington Post

    The cyberattack struck Los Angeles Valley College late last month, disrupting email, voice mail and computer systems at the public community college in Southern California. Then, school officials found a ransom note.


  4. Buddy Bregman, gifted Hollywood musical arranger and conductor, dies at 86Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 10 | The Washington Post

    Buddy Bregman, a Hollywood musical arranger and conductor who worked alongside some of the top entertainers of the 1950s and 1960s and helped shape Ella Fitzgerald's landmark "Song Book" albums celebrating the music of American tunesmiths such as Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers, died Jan. 8 at a retirement facility in Los Angeles. He was 86. In a multifaceted career that included television and film production and writing a musical play, Mr. Bregman was best known for his work as a musical arranger and conductor.


  5. Marine tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 21 | The Washington Post

    Enrico Antonio Rojo was about to hop on a plane to spend the holidays with his fiancee and his family - and then he saw a driver in distress. A woman had collided with a tractor-trailer on Mountain View Avenue in the Loma Linda area of California, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.


  6. UCLA is the first school to receive 100,000 freshman applicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 19 | The Washington Post

    More than 100,000 students have applied to enter UCLA next fall, making the prestigious public university in Southern California the first in the country to report a six-figure total for freshman applications. University of California officials disclosed Monday that 102,177 students are seeking a spot in the Class of 2021 on the Westwood campus in Los Angeles, up 5 percent from last year.


  7. Trump inaugural chairman promises a celebration of 'harmony, inclusion and democracy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Multimillionaire businessman Tom Barrack Jr., a longtime friend of Donald Trump's, is chairing the Presidential Inaugural Committee charged with fundraising for and planning the Trump inauguration. To drum up the funds for his inauguration next month, President-elect Donald Trump has asked 25 longtime friends and supporters to lead his Presidential Inaugural Committee.


  8. Gabe Marks of Washington State might be the most interesting guy in college footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2016 | The Washington Post

    PULLMAN, Wash. - It would be nuts to anoint any one of the tens of thousands of college football players as the most interesting, but if you tried, one candidate must be Gabe Marks, the all-time receptions leader in the Pacific-12 Conference, fifth-year senior wide receiver, Washington State, from Venice in Los Angeles, 6 feet, 190 pounds, astute and wry observer.


  9. Michelle ObamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2016 | The Washington Post

    At the Hay-Adams this fall, members of Washington's diplomatic community gathered inside the historic hotel's glass-walled loft, with its postcard views of the White House, for a conversation about fashion. About clothes and their place on the world stage.


  10. FBI concludes review of Brad Pitt airplane incident; no charges will be filedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2016 | The Washington Post

    The FBI has concluded its review of an incident involving Brad Pitt and no charges will be brought in the case, an FBI spokeswoman said Tuesday. The FBI has concluded its review of a murky September incident involving actor Brad Pitt and his children aboard an airplane, and no charges will be brought in the case, a bureau spokeswoman said Tuesday.


  11. Police are using software to predict crime. Is it a 'holy grail' or biased against minorities?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2016 | The Washington Post

    During an October shift, Los Angeles police Sgt. Charles Coleman of the Foothill Division speaks with Clarance Dolberry, wearing baseball cap, and Veronica De Leon, donning a Mardi Gras mask, at a bus stop.


  12. While the country shifts to the right, California continues to move leftRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Washington Post

    A demonstrator in Los Angeles holds a sign reading "Not My President" after retreating off the Hollywood 101 Freeway during a protest against the election of Republican Donald Trump. Manuel Guerrero is terrified by the impending presidency of Donald Trump and how it will affect Latinos like him.


  13. How civil rights groups are using the election create black political powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | The Washington Post

    A protester holds a sign that reads "Black Lives Matter" as she joins hundreds of demonstrators who gathered in Leimert Park in South Central Los Angeles on Aug. 14. The Sunday brunch was packed as the sounds of BeyoncA and Drake blared from the sound system set up in the corner, as attendees nibbled chicken and waffles and downed mimosas. Those gathered last weekend in a third-floor workspace in downtown Washington set their plates in front of open laptop screens.


  14. A hot mic, groping charges and sexting: 2016 has not been a good year for menRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | The Washington Post

    This presidential election has been downright embarrassing to men. In its closing days, that's how a lot of men, including Ken Oldham, see the 2016 campaign. 34 comments

  15. James Galanos, who designed couture-quality garments for social elites, dies at 92Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Designer James Galanos at a Saks Fifth Avenue department store in 1980. In a half-century career, Mr. Galanos earned many of the top honors in American fashion.


  16. a Enjoy the holiday without being extremely offensive': Some colleges...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | The Washington Post

    An employee holds up masks depicting Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Hollywood Toys and Costumes in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni No blackface.


  17. C2C Express: A journey and a race, run at warp speed. Or about 80 mph.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | The Washington Post

    It wasn't yet 6 a.m. on a Saturday and most of the country was still asleep - from the buildings scraping the night sky in downtown Manhattan to the white sands along California's coastline. Dmitry Cherkassky was eager to see all of it.


  18. Walk of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Donald Trump's star pictured on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood on April 5, 2016. Video shows a man smashing Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a sledgehammer and pickax, destroying the Hollywood marker that honors the current Republican presidential nominee.


  19. Tom Hayden, key 1960s social activist and political partner and husband of Jane Fonda, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2016 | The Washington Post

    In this Dec. 6, 1973 file photo, political activist Tom Hayden tells newsmen in Los Angeles that he believes public support was partially responsible for the decision not to send him and others of the Chicago 7 to jail for contempt. Tom Hayden, the preeminent 1960s radical who roused a generation of alienated young Americans, became a symbol of militancy by leading riotous protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, and added Hollywood glamour to his mystique with an activist partnership and marriage to film star Jane Fonda, died Oct. 23 in Santa Monica, Calif.


  20. Former 'Apprentice' contestant accuses Trump of groping her during job meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Summer Zervos, right, and civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred during a news conference in Los Angeles on Oct. 14. A former contestant on the reality show "The Apprentice" on Friday accused Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of aggressively kissing her and groping her breasts during a 2007 meeting to discuss a possible job at the Trump Organization. Summer Zervos, who appeared on the show in 2006 and now owns a California restaurant, spoke about the incident at a news conference alongside civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred.


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