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Welcome To Los Angeles

Known as one the trend setting cities in the world for fashion, media, entertainment and lifestyle, Los Angeles is rich in history and cultural heritage. Often referred to as the arts and entertainment capital of the world, there are plenty of opportunities to catch a live show at one of the many studios, listen to live music in a local venue or catch a concert at the Hollywood Bowl or explore the downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) arts district. Famous its climate, LA has great beaches, mountains and national forests where outdoor recreation opportunities abound. The best way to explore LA is by exploring its vibrant amazing multicultural neighborhoods. The Tournament of Roses is one of the more famous events to occur in the Los Angeles area, with the massive Rose Parade, tailgating and the Rose Bowl football game. Of course, LA is famous for its celebrity culture, and you can spot many familiar faces from movies and TV in places like the Melrose Trading Post, Ventura Blvd or the Studio City Farmers Market or near the major studios in Burbank.

EXPLORE Los Angeles

From Coachella to E3, the world's largest conference/cosplay convention, to the worlds biggest Halloween party, Los Angeles is full of famous events all year long. Search for top events in Los Angeles

Districts of Los Angeles.

Downtown or DTLA - This is the central business district of the city, home to the Arts District, Fashion District, and the DDUX favorite - the pinata district. DTLA has had a revival in recent years with a lot of redevelopment, new loft apartments, bars and shopping, although the famous skid row still exists.

Eastside: A funkier area north of downtown and east of Hollywood that is rapidly gentrifying and the home DDUX in the Atwater Village neighborhood.

Harbor Area: Home of the largest sea port in the US and the launching point for trips to Catalina Island.

Hollywood: The iconic Hollywood district has the Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Bowl, famous theaters like the Egyptian and the TCL Chinese Theater. When people think of LA, Hollywood is often twhat they picture.

San Fernando Valley: The northern suburban portion of Los Angeles, contains Burbank and its many studios where popular movies and shows like the Ellen Show are filmed. Nearby North Hollywood is experiencing a revitalization.

South Central: Is famed for the Rodney King riots, however there are definitely things to see here like the Exposition Park.

Westside: The area between downtown LA and the ocean, contains things like the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Beverly Hills and Malibu, which includes DDUX favorite Zuma Beach.

Wilshire: Home of the historic architecture of the Miracle Mile District, the Farmer's Market and The Grove shopping areas, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Koreatown, CBS Television City, and another DDUX favorite, the La Brea Tar Pits.

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Weather Forecast for Los Angeles

Today

Sunny, with a high near 88. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph becoming west northwest in the afternoon.

Tonight

Clear, with a low around 64. West southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming east northeast after midnight.

Thursday

Sunny, with a high near 92. Breezy, with an east northeast wind 10 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.

Thursday Night

Clear, with a low around 63. North northeast wind 5 to 10 mph, with gusts as high as 15 mph.

Friday

Sunny, with a high near 94. North wind around 10 mph becoming west southwest in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 15 mph.

Friday Night

Clear, with a low around 60.

Saturday

Sunny, with a high near 80.

Saturday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 57.

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 73.

Sunday Night

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 54.

Monday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 73.

Monday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 51.

Tuesday

Sunny, with a high near 73.

DDUX Los Angeles Blog

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Los Angeles News and Events

Why Trump's tax reform cost one 'Gilmore Girls' actress thousands

President Trump's 2017 tax reform legislation was meant to provide a tax cut to Americans, but it has had the opposite effect for many actors who can no longer deduct expenses such as costumes and head shots. The actors are lobbying Congress to remedy the problem.

What's on TV Wednesday: 'Nancy Drew' on the CW

What's on TV Wednesday: 'Nancy Drew' on the CW

Rosario Dawson and family members sued over alleged transphobic assault

A longtime associate of Rosario Dawson's family is suing the actress and her family members, alleging gender discrimination, battery, assault and emotional distress after he came out to them as a transgender man.

Review: Brilliantly neurotic, the Polish avant-garde finds a home in L.A., with CalArts' help

Studio Teatrgaleria and CalArts team up to explore the work of the avant-garde playwright known as Witkacy, who's more obscure than he ought to be.

Review: 'Dark Fate' is the the best 'Terminator' sequel in over 20 years

The first Arnold Schwarzenegger-Linda Hamilton reunion since "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" is a back-to-basics sequel with a few fresh wrinkles.

Are Marvel films cinema? Scorsese, Coppola and Favreau fire up debate

Directors Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola have belittled the behemoth Marvel Cinematic Universe, claiming they're "despicable" and "not cinema."

Michael Connelly talks about 'The Night Fire,' two new books and living with the same character for 27 years

Michael Connelly talks about "The Night Fire," two new books and living with the same character for 27 years

Kylie Jenner trademarks 'rise and shine.' Of course she did

After going viral earlier this month, beauty mogul Kylie Jenner is hoping to further profit from her "rise and shine" moment in the sun.

'E.T.' star Henry Thomas arrested on DUI charge after allegedly passing out in car

Henry Thomas, child star of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," was arrested on a DUI charge after police say they found him passed out in his car.

Commentary: Note to Mark Zuckerberg: You can't do damage control without giving straight answers

On his latest 'We're Sort of Sorry' tour, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has sounded more like a mealy-mouthed politician than most politicians.

InStyle Awards: It's honors for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bill Hader, Law Roach, Kate and Laura Mulleavy and more

The annual event at the Getty Center paid tribute to designers and stylish stars in front of and behind the camera and included a one-night-only exhibition of memorable red-carpet gowns.

Verizon is giving away Disney+ for a year as mobile becomes a streaming battleground

The Verizon-Disney deal comes after Quibi partnered with T-Mobile as its official mobile carrier partner.

'Sweetheart' puts Kiersey Clemons at the center of a survival thriller. You can thank director J.D. Dillard

In Blumhouse Productions' "Sweetheart," Kiersey Clemons finds herself trapped alone on an island with a sea monster that hunts at night. Clemons and director J.D. Dillard discuss filming a survival horror on a micro-budget.

Marvel to launch podcasts featuring Black Widow, Star-Lord, Wolverine and more

Marvel is partnering with SiriusXM to make podcasts. Its slate will include Black Widow, Wolverine, Star-Lord and Hawkeye, among others.

Nicki Minaj suggests she's finally married to Kenneth Petty

Rapper Nicki Minaj and Kenneth Petty, a love from her teen-in-Queens past, apparently made time Monday to tie the knot.

Review: A Getty show rummages around in Edouard Manet's private shadows

The first intensive museum survey of Edouard Manet's final years carries sweet surprises at the Getty.

Review: Better late than never: It's time to submit to the surprises of Louise Fishman's art

The painter, now 80, has had a distinguished career. An L.A. show proves ready to make even more converts.

Review: L.A. Master Chorale revives Golijov's startling prophetic, globally warmed 'Oceana'

Osvaldo Golijov's 1996 "Oceana" proves prescient in an intoxicating Disney Hall concert conducted by Grant Gershon and featuring Luciana Souza.

What's on TV Tuesday: 'The Flash' on the CW

What's on TV Tue. Oct, 22: 'The Flash' on the CW; The World Series; NBA: Lakers at Clippers

Watch the new trailer for 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'

Disney's new trailer for "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" features the return of fan favorites Rey, Finn, Chewy and more plus some new faces.

Column: What 'The Crown' can teach us about Meghan Markle's tabloid war

Anyone who watches television knows being a member of the British royal family is tough, so why are Meghan and Harry getting so much flack for saying so?

Calendar feedback: Intro to Ronan Farrow

Calendar feedback Sunday, October 20, 2019

Rachel Bloom of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' sues over defects in her first-ever home

"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star Rachel Bloom mentions former USC quarterbacks Matt Leinart and Brandon Hance in a lawsuit over defects in her first-ever home.

Tool, at pulverizing volume, goes big and goes home: review

The L.A. prog-rock veterans performed their intricate, multi-movement songs at the first of two sold-out Staples Center concerts.

Why twin brothers revealed secret child abuse on-camera in Netflix's 'Tell Me Who I Am'

Twin brothers Marcus and Alex Lewis candidly discuss a devastating long-held childhood secret in the Netflix documentary "Tell Me Who I Am."

Summer Walker went from housekeeper to R&B it girl and she's still a mystery

Summer Walker's debut album broke streaming and sales records last week, but the Gen Z Mary J. Blige is so cripplingly shy that she refuses to do interviews.

Review: 'Ring Fit Adventure' is Nintendo's bid to slay the fitness dragon

"Ring Fit Adventure" puts the focus on play rather than fitness goals. It reflects the mission of Nintendo's late great Satoru Iwata, who said one of his goals was to reorient Nintendo to focus on health devices, playful tech.

Why 'Jojo Rabbit' actress Thomasin McKenzie is determined to make a social impact with her work

After a breakout role in the acclaimed indie "Leave No Trace," New Zealand's own Thomasin McKenzie is a rising star with a mission to make a difference in the world.

Felicity Huffman's prison outfit is revealed as her family visits

As Felicity Huffman comes up on the halfway point in her federal prison sentence, her family pays a visit and paparazzi get photos of what she's wearing.

Review: Helen Mirren rules in 'Catherine the Great'

In HBO's miniseries about Catherine the Great, empress of Russia, no one steals a scene from Helen Mirren even when she isn't in it.

Review: Soulful, sorrowful performance propels Pulitzer winner 'Between Riverside and Crazy'

Stephen Adly Guirgis's Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Between Riverside and Crazy' has its L.A. premiere at the Fountain Theatre in a production directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos.

'Abominable' to skip Malaysia theaters after studio refuses to reedit the movie

Malaysia won't see "Abominable" in theaters after DreamWorks parent Universal refuses to cut a disputed map of South China Sea out of the animated film.

Mike Birbiglia's one-man Broadway show 'The New One' to debut on Netflix next month

Mike Birbiglia's show, written with his wife about experiences with their infant daughter, will be available to stream days after closing at the Ahmanson.

'The Crown' Season 3 trailer: Watch Olivia Colman take the throne

Netflix released the first full trailer for the much-anticipated third season of "The Crown," with Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter taking over as royals.

Review: Paintings that read as anything but: The intriguing 'Test Patterns' of Fritz Chesnut

At the L.A. gallery there-there, the boundaries of paint are pushed in works that evoke topographical maps and computer printouts gone awry.

Inside 'Baby Shark Live,' Pinkfong's touring concert for musical toddlers

How can "Baby Shark Live!" turn Pinkfong's viral hit into an 80-minute concert? With interactive dances, friendly puppets and a ton of visual stimuli.

What's on TV Monday: 'Catherine the Great' on HBO

What's on TV Monday Oct, 21: 'Catherine the Great' on HBO; 'Rock the Block' on HGTV; 'The River and the Wall'; NFL Football: Patriots at Jets

'Watchmen's' provocative portrait of race in America has its own creator worried

HBO's "Watchmen" examines race, white supremacy and police brutality. Sunday night's series premiere has creator Damon Lindelof asking, "Should we have done it?"

Rudy Ray Moore was his name, and 'Dolemite' is just one part of his legacy

Eddie Murphy, director Craig Brewer, and the cast and writers of "Dolemite Is My Name" on the legacy of Rudy Ray Moore

Review: Cellist Maya Beiser and dancer Wendy Whelan in a 9/11 work like no other

Venturesome cellist Maya Beiser performs with dancer Wendy Whelan in a program choreographed by Lucinda Childs and composed by David Lang.

Movie openings in L.A. this week: 'The Current War' and more

Movie openings in L.A. for Oct. 20-27 include the historical drama "The Current War" with Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon and Nicholas Hoult

'Maleficent: Mistress of Evil' tops box office but falls short of expectations

It's a weekend of sequels at the box office as Disney opens "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" and Sony releases "Zombieland: Double Tap."

Classic movies in L.A. this week: 'The Shining' and more

Classic movies, film festivals, etc., in L.A. for Oct. 20-27 include "The Shining," "North by Northwest" and "Let the Right One In"

Museums in L.A. this week: 'With Pleasure' at MOCA and more

New museum shows in L.A. for Oct. 20-27 include "With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art 19721985" at MOCA

Dance in L.A. this week: Mariinsky Ballet in Balanchine's 'Jewels' and more

Dance performances in L.A. for Oct. 20-27 include Balanchine's "Jewels" with the Mariinsky Ballet plus "Sweet Sorrow A Zombie Ballet"

Classical music in L.A. this week: LA Phil's 100th birthday concert and more

Classical music performances in L.A. for Oct. 20-27 include the LA Phil's 100th birthday gala uniting conductors Gustavo Dudamel, Zubin Mehta and Esa-Pekka Salonen

A night at the church of Lizzo, pop music's patron saint of self-care

During the first of three sold-out nights at the Hollywood Palladium, Lizzo preached a gospel of self-love, confidence and living your best life.

Segerstrom looks to New York for its new president: Casey Reitz of Second Stage

Casey Reitz, part of the producing team for "Dear Evan Hansen," succeeds Terrence Dwyer as president of Orange County's largest nonprofit arts center.

Review: At Antaeus in Glendale, 'The Abuelas' opens a family secret. Cue the tears

The new play "The Abuelas" delves into the disappeared of Argentina's "dirty war."

'Zombieland 2' filmmakers on the series' best cameos and bringing back you-know-who for 'Double Tap'

Director Ruben Fleischer and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick discuss those Bill Murray, Thomas Middleditch and Luke Wilson cameos in "Zombieland 2: Double Tap."

Datebook: How L.A. photographer George Rodriguez chronicled every corner of the city

Openings around L.A., including George Rodriguez at VPAM, Shirin Neshat's videos at the Broad and the conscientious architecture of Brooks & Scarpa.

Newsletter: Essential Arts: How the Mariinsky Ballet has kept 'La Bayadre' going for 142 years

The week's essential arts news, including the Mariinsky Ballet's "Bayadre," Rene Fleming and Dove Cameron in Italy, and the origami-like buildings of Johnston Marklee.

Book Club: Conversations with Michael Connelly and Ronan Farrow

Los Angeles Times Book Club welcomes Michael Connelly, Ronan Farrow and Julie Andrews

How 'Maleficent: Mistress of Evil' mirrors the era of Donald Trump

"Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" is set in a magical fairy tale world, and yet it's likely to remind audiences of very real contemporary issues.

'South Park' nears $500-million deal for U.S. streaming rights

"South Park" is the latest beneficiary of Hollywood's rerun mania.

Jane Fonda is no stranger to getting arrested. In fact, she's proud of it

Jane Fonda has been outspoken about getting arrested multiple times. Here are some of her best soundbites about activism and resistance.

Nils Lofgren on Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen: 'They both like ragged rock 'n' roll'

When he's not Twitter feuding with Trump advocates, the E Street Band guitarist has found time to record again with a reconvened Neil Young and Crazy Horse.

Review: Which episodes of Amazon's 'Modern Love' are worth your time? Use our handy guide

Each episode of Amazon's "Modern Love" tells a complete (and discrete) short story. This guide will help you figure out which deserve your attention.

What's on TV Saturday: 'Patsy & Loretta' on Lifetime

What's on TV Saturday, Oct. 19: What's on TV Saturday: 'Patsy & Loretta' on Lifetime; 'Good Witch: Curse From a Rose'; 'Critters Attack!'; College Football; MLB Playoffs; Sunday talk shows

Longtime Universal boss Ron Meyer sues art dealer over 'forged' Mark Rothko painting

Longtime Universal boss Ron Meyer sues art dealer over 'forged' Mark Rothko painting.

Sam Waterston goes Jane Fonda: Both arrested in D.C. climate change protests

Jane Fonda was detained again during a rally outside the U.S. Capitol Friday. Her "Grace & Frankie" costar Sam Waterston also was caught in the fray.

China delays release of Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,' but why?

Distribution of Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" has been delayed indefinitely in China, but the reason is not entirely clear.

How Angelina Jolie's daughter inspired the secret backstory of 'Maleficent: Mistress of Evil'

"Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" director Joachim Rnning and his team discuss the inspiration for Maleficent's dark fey world, and how backstory informed their designs

Judy Garland's life was run by men. These newly unearthed recordings reveal how

The new Showtime documentary "Sid & Judy" reveals never-before-heard private recordings from the couple's 13-year marriage.

Kylie Jenner turns meme into profit with 'Rise and Shine' apparel

A video of Kylie Jenner singing "Rise and Shine" to her daughter spawned a viral meme, and the billionaire beauty mogul has already turned it into merchandise.

Is Lewis Capaldi a Brit with a canyon-sized voice and an ugly-cry smash the new Adele?

As Grammy season heats up, Capaldi's wrenching piano ballad "Someone You Loved" is the kind of breakthrough hit that could make the singer a household name come January.

Indie Focus: Laughs, tears and satire in 'Jojo Rabbit'

Another edition of your regular field guide to the world of movies in Los Angeles and beyond.

Meghan Markle was asked how she's doing and she's not OK

Amid legal action against tabloids, Meghan Markle opens about her struggles as a new mom and royal in the documentary "Harry and Meghan: An African Journey."

Demi Lovato's nude photos leak after her Snapchat is hacked

After nude pictures of Demi Lovato were leaked on Snapchat by hackers Thursday, the singer-actress is getting tons of support from her devoted fans.

Lady Gaga says she's fine after she and fan fall off stage in Vegas

After a fan picked up pop star Lady Gaga onstage, they crashed to the floor at her Thursday concert in Las Vegas, which was caught on video.

What's on TV This Week: 'The Simpsons,' 'Watchmen,' the World Series and more

TV highlights for Oct. 20-26 include "The Simpsons'" annual "Treehouse of Horror" episode, baseball's 2019 World Series, HBO's new superhero drama "Watchmen," Eddie Murphy in "Dolemite Is My Name" on Netflix and the American Humane Hero Dog Awards on Hallmark Channel

Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019

Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019

Newsletter: Are Oscar voters ready for a Holocaust comedy?

"Jojo Rabbit" uses Hitler for comic relief. Taika Waititi's movie won the audience prize at the Toronto Film Festival. Will Oscar voters get on board too?

The son of famed director Preston Sturges searches for the dad he never knew

Classic Hollywood: Tom Sturges discovered many things about his father, director Preston Sturges, while writing a book about him.

Tim Robbins will play O'Brien in '1984,' his first stage performance in 14 years

The Actors' Gang production of George Orwell's story leads our weekly theater column. Also: "Between Riverside and Crazy," "Witkacy/Two-Headed Calf" and "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill."

First-rate immigrant stories are all over TV. You just need to know where to look

Scripted shows and cable news may lead the cultural conversation, but documentaries tell TV's most essential stories about immigrants and immigration.

'Jojo Rabbit': Weaponizing comedy to remember the Holocaust

The Times' Mark Olsen talks with Taika Waititi, the director, writer and star of the anti-Nazi satire "Jojo Rabbit."

Quibi has partnered with T-Mobile as it prepares for April launch

A partnership with a telecom company could help Quibi get in front of more customers as it prepares to launch its much-anticipated streaming platform in April.

Review: Lili Taylor, Uzo Aduba, Omar Epps and Rob Zombie headline streaming and VOD titles

Reviews for 'Eli' with Lili Taylor, 'Miss Virginia' starring Uzo Aduba, Omar Epps in 'Trick,' Rob Zombie's '3 From Hell' and the New Orleans-set 'Gothic Harvest.'

What's on TV Friday, Oct. 18: 'Charmed' on the CW

What's on TV Friday, Oct. 18: 'Charmed' on CW; Sid & Judy; Great Performances: Grammy Salute to Music Legends

Newbie? Obsessive? Zack Snyder fiend? Our guide to HBO's 'Watchmen' has you covered

What you need to know about HBO's "Watchmen," whether you've read the comics, seen the movie or neither.

Review: Pianist Jonathan Biss and the Calidore quartet give Beethoven 250 a surprising launch

Beethoven's 250th birthday isn't until next year, but the party starts with Jonathan Biss at the Soraya and the Calidore String Quartet at Colburn.

Alicia Alonso, the grande dame of Cuban ballet, has died

An icon of artistic loyalty to Cuba's socialist system

Review: A harrowing account of a mass shooting, 'Wallflower' fails to dive deeper

Based on a real-life incident, "Wallflower" follows a man planning a mass shooting as he becomes involved with a group of rave attendees.

Review: Persian mythology comes alive in ambitiously animated 'The Last Fiction'

The forces of light and the forces of darkness do battle in ancient Persia in "The Last Fiction," an animated fable from Iran.

Review: Unreleased 1938 silent sci-fi film 'As the Earth Turns' boasts analog ingenuity

The world of the future is threatened by a catastrophic war in "As the Earth Turns," a previously unreleased silent sci-fi drama from 1938.

Why L.A. is the perpetual dark heart of crime writing

Flawed heroes, dark angels and dashed dreams: Why L.A. and noir are synonymous

The 20 essential L.A. crime books

Raymond Chandler, Michael Connelly and beyond: 20 essential L.A. crime books

Wendy Williams tears up at Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony

Accepting her new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, veteran TV host Wendy Williams got emotional as she addressed her "very, very tough year."

Review: 'The Load' carries the weight of war on the road from Kosovo to Belgrade

In Ognjen Glavonic's brooding thriller and debut fiction feature "The Load," an out-of-work husband and father takes a job driving a truck with a chained-up cargo.

Review: Faced with cancer, French artist Prune Nourry makes art in documentary 'Serendipity'

French-born multidisciplinary artist Prune Nourry documents her battle with breast cancer in "Serendipity."

Review: Twin brothers Alex and Marcus Lewis tell their hauntingly strange story in 'Tell Me Who I Am'

Ed Perkins' absorbing if incomplete documentary is a startling account of memory loss and trauma.

Puzzle solved: Paul Dano cast as the Riddler in 'The Batman'

"Escape at Dannemora" star Paul Dano has been cast as Edward Nashton, a.k.a. the Riddler, in Warner Bros.' "The Batman" starring Robert Pattinson.

Charlie Puth proves he's a 'Friends' superfan after Courteney Cox quizzed him

From "Smelly Cat" to "I'll Be There for You," singer Charlie Puth reveals he's a crazy "Friends" fan during quizzing by cast member Courteney Cox.

Review: 'Rezo' focuses on life of noted Georgian artist Gabriadze but shortchanges his work

Leo Gabriadze uses a live-action/animation hybrid in the documentary "Rezo" to profile his father, Georgian writer, artist and puppeteer Rezo Gabriadze.

'Little Shop of Horrors' in Pasadena: Secrets of a radically reconceived Audrey II

Pasadena Playhouse reinvents the plant of "Little Shop of Horrors." She's very pink, requires five puppeteers and sings with the voice of Amber Riley.

Review: 'On the President's Orders' zeroes in on the Philippines' deadly war on drugs

The documentary "On the President's Orders" chronicles Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's take-no-prisoners approach to the war on drugs.

Review: 'Greener Grass' is one of the year's weirdest comedies

Writer-director-stars Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe's feature debut "Greener Grass" was made to find a cult following; it deserves one.

Steely Dan's Walter Becker was a gearhead's gearhead. Now his entire collection is up for auction

Steely Dan cofounder Becker, who died in 2017, left behind hundreds of valuable guitars, amps and gadgets. Julien's Auctions is selling all of it this weekend.

Review: 'The Elephant Queen' documentary delivers drama and emotion on African savanna

Documentary "The Elephant Queen" provides a dramatic and moving look at a matriarchal pachyderm leading her herd on a journey across the African savannah.