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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

Overnight

Cloudy, with a low around 64. Southwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm.

Saturday

Cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 77. Light and variable wind becoming west southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon.

Saturday Night

Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, increasing clouds, with a low around 64. West southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming light south southwest in the evening.

Sunday

Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 79. Light south wind becoming west southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon.

Sunday Night

Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 66. West southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming light south southwest in the evening. Winds could gust as high as 15 mph.

Monday

Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 78.

Monday Night

Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 65.

Tuesday

Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 77.

Tuesday Night

Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 65.

Wednesday

Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 78.

Wednesday Night

Patchy fog. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 64.

Thursday

Patchy fog. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 79.

Thursday Night

Patchy fog. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 65.

Friday

Patchy fog. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

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Los Angeles News and Events

Disney debuts first trailer for 'Star Wars' series 'The Mandalorian' at D23

The first trailer for "The Mandalorian," Disney's live-action TV series in the "Star Wars" universe, debuted at its D23 Expo in Anaheim on Friday.

Everything we know so far about the new 'Lizzie McGuire' and 'Muppets,' coming to Disney+

Disney announced Friday that a sequel to "Lizzie McGuire" with star Hilary Duff and a series of shorts starring the Muppets will be coming to Disney+.

How Disney+ is being pitched to the studio's biggest fans at D23 Expo

Disney talks up its upcoming streaming service Disney+ for fans in Anaheim, with previews of shows including "The Mandalorian."

Calendar Feedback: Peter Fonda struck gold with 'Ulee's'

Calendar Feedback: Peter Fonda struck gold with 'Ulee's'

Ewan McGregor is back. What's next for Obi-Wan Kenobi

Ewan McGregor will be Obi-Wan Kenobi once again for a Disney+ series.

Review: Taylor Swift's 'Lover' courts gasp! adults with grown-up emotional complexity

On her new album "Lover," Taylor Swift backgrounds her empowerment anthems for songs about drinking, sexual need and even political protest.

Here are all the Marvel shows coming to Disney+, from 'Ms. Marvel' to 'Moon Knight'

"Ms. Marvel," "She-Hulk" and "Moon Knight" are joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

How do you make money off social media? Just ask 'Jawline's' star

Michael Weist, the 23-year-old talent manager of the social media world and one of the stars of Hulu's "Jawline," talks about what he's learned so far.

'Apollo 11' live show won't make the leap from Pasadena to Orange County after all

Producers cancel the Costa Mesa run for the $15 million multimedia play, which re-created the Apollo 11 moon landing under a giant portable dome.

What's on TV Saturday Aug. 24: 'All Summer Long' on Hallmark and Sunday talk shows

What's on TV Saturday Aug. 24: 'All Summer Long' on Hallmark; Sunday talk shows; California Cooking; The Zoo: San Diego; Attenborough and the Giant Elephant; Baseball; Soccer

'Ready or Not' ending explained: Bloody laughs at the expense of the 1%

Stars Samara Weaving and Adam Brody, the directors and screenwriters explain themes of class and income disparity plus that ending in "Ready or Not."

How Mexican filmmaker Issa Lpez defied expectations with 'Tigers Are Not Afraid'

Mexican filmmaker Issa Lpez has scored an international breakthrough with the genre film "Tigers Are Not Afraid," which counts Guillermo del Toro and Stephen King as fans and is finally making its U.S. debut via Shudder.

What's on TV This Week: 'On Becoming a God in Central Florida' with Kirsten Dunst and more

Broadcast, cable and streaming TV highlights for Aug. 25-31 include Kirsten Dunst in "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" on Showtime, "Carnival Row" on Amazon Prime and the VMAs on MTV

Movies on TV this week Aug. 25: 'Beauty and the Beast' (1991) and more

Movies on TV this week Aug. 25: 'Beauty and the Beast' (1991) and more

Q&A: Why Luis J. Rodriguez is reviving 'Always Running' as a live show

'Always Running,' Luiz J. Rodriguez's classic book about gang life, comes to life in Boyle Heights

The Rolling Stones at the Rose Bowl: Rock stars rolling out of bed into history

The band's Pasadena performance follows Mick Jagger's heart surgery, and they sounded fit, loose and energized.

Column: LACMA, largely closed, has become an expensive ghost town

Most of LACMA's permanent collection is gone but the entrance price and parking still cost the same, a sad situation for museum-goers and tourists.

Indie Focus: Goals and achievement in 'Brittany Runs a Marathon'

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

Blood, sex and '80s art: Director Hari Sama on making 'This Is Not Berlin'

Why Mexico City's roiling '80s art scene is Hari Sama's focus in 'This Is Not Berlin'

Beyonc's 'Homecoming' Coachella pyramid merges art and flash

Beyonc wanted a pyramid design for her 'Homecoming' show. But how best to evoke the energy of historic black colleges, yet still be a work of art?

Missy Elliott's 'Iconology' marks the triumphant return of a hip-hop visionary

On her first extended recording in 14 years, the '90s hip-hop icon sounds as vibrant as ever, in advance of her honors at the 2019 VMAs.

D23 2019: Disney drops details of Marvel's Avengers Campus coming to Anaheim and Paris

Disney's D23 preview of Marvel's Avenger Campus reveals Iron Man tech, a Spider-Man spider-bot and an Ant-Man giant pretzel coming to California Adventure.

Taylor Swift bully Scooter Braun praises 'Lover' album amid fiery feud

Talent manager Scooter Braun congratulated Taylor Swift on her new "Lover" album after being dragged by the singer all summer for acquiring her past recordings.

Sinclair completes $9.6-billion purchase of Fox regional sports networks from Disney

Walt Disney Co., which already owns ESPN, sold the Fox sports networks to Sinclair after the Justice Department said it couldn't keep them.

Dishing dirt with 'Catwoman' Julie Newmar: 'A garden is a reflection of you'

At 86, Julie Newmar, the curvy dancer/actress who made Catwoman an icon, has a simple plan for overcoming life's challenges: "Take everything you have and make it better."

5 must-go L.A. book events from Leimert Park Book Fair to an ode to strip malls

This week's picks for L.A. book lovers, from the Leimert Park Book Fair to a celebration of strip malls

Our healthcare system is broken. Can crowdsourced medical shows fill the void?

"Diagnosis," on Netflix, and TBS/TNT's "Chasing the Cure," anchored by Ann Curry, use crowdsourcing to solve medical mysteries and raise practical and ethical concerns.

What 'Brittany Runs a Marathon' taught Jillian Bell about body image

'Brittany Runs a Marathon' star Jillian Bell reflects on weight loss, body image and comedy that empowers.

'Carnival Row' is not the next 'Game of Thrones.' Its showrunner wouldn't have it any other way

Amazon's "Carnival Row" has drawn comparisons to "Game of Thrones." Showrunner Marc Guggenheim says that's like comparing "Star Wars" to "Star Trek."

'Power' star Omari Hardwick almost turned down the role that changed his life

Hardwick, the lead of Starz's hit drama "Power," says he left it all on the field playing the role of James "Ghost" St. Patrick.

With all eyes on 'Empire,' Starz's 'Power' has become the real ratings powerhouse

"Power," Starz's most-watched series, is coming to a close. But with multiple spinoffs in the works, the network plans to make it a "cinematic universe."

Review: In 'Frankenstein' at A Noise Within, a harrowing performance pulses with humanity

A Noise Within's stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel finds its heart in Michael Manuel's turn as the Creature.

How a Los Angeles-based conservative became one of the internet's biggest sensations

Earlier this summer, as Donald Trump assembled online activists at the White House to thank them for their role in getting him to the Oval Office and Trump predicted keeping him there, one guest didn't rush to claim credit.

'Mindhunter' Season 2: True crime with a social conscience

Times writers discuss the return of the Netflix drama "Mindhunter."

Commentary: How two top directors are teaching Europe the L.A. School of Opera

At the Bayreuth and Salzburg festivals, Yuval Sharon and Peter Sellars present socially and politically provocative productions of "Lohengrin" and "Idomeneo."

Rolling Stones get their name on little Martian rock that rolled

There is now a "Rolling Stones Rock" on Mars, and it's giving Mick, Keith and the boys some serious satisfaction.

'Florida Man' is so over. On TV, Florida women are having their day

Joining TNT's "Claws," the Showtime comedy "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" and Pop TV's "Florida Girls" focus on the working-class women of the Sunshine State.

Review: 'Overcomer' reaches the finish line eventually

"Overcomer," the latest faith-based drama from the Kendrick brothers, follows a high-school coach who finds inspiration in a young runner.

What's on TV Friday, Aug. 23: 'The Big Stage' on CW

What's on TV Friday, Aug. 23: The Big Stage; How Do Animals Do That?; Killjoys; A Black Lady Sketch Show; Breaking Point: California's Homeless Crisis; Baseball; Soccer

Former Hulu executive leaves Quibi in high-level shakeup at streamer

Quibi's head of partnerships and distribution, Tim Connolly, is no longer with Quibi and his position has been eliminated less than a year before the streaming service launches. The ad partnerships team will now report to CEO Meg Whitman.

Harvey Weinstein faces new legal battle over 'Soprano' actress' assault allegations

The Manhattan District Attorney's office recently launched an effort to add to a formal criminal allegation from Sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra.

Review: 'Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles' speaks to the heart

The documentary "Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles," featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda among others, goes behind the scenes of the legendary musical "Fiddler on the Roof."

Review: 'Jacob's Ladder,' another remake nobody asked for, and more movies

"Jacob's Ladder" remake stars Michael Ealy; Steve Coogan as a right-wing radio host in "Hot Air"; the thriller-comedy "Tone-Deaf" and the intense drama "Burn."

Review: 'Angel Has Fallen' but Gerard Butler manages to get up for a third time

'Angel Has Fallen' brings back Gerard Butler's Secret Service agent, this time framed for the attempted assassination of the president.

Lana Del Rey shares video for two new California-kissed singles: Watch

Lana Del Rey shares videos for "... It I love You" and "The Greatest," the new singles from her forthcoming album, "Norman ... Rockwell," due on Aug. 30.

Review: 'This Is Not Berlin' vividly conjures a bygone Mexican counterculture

Set in 1986 Mexico City, Hari Sama's coming-of-age drama pulses with life and energy.

Review: 'Brittany Runs a Marathon' gets real about body image and self-worth

"Brittany Runs a Marathon" is a rich and complex entertainment starring a dazzling Jillian Bell.

Review: Queer drama about a straight boy is tenderly provocative and markedly vital

Rhys Ernst's superbly acted "Adam," adapted for the screen by Ariel Schrag from her own novel, is tenderly provocative and markedly vital.

Miley Cyrus breaks silence on Liam Hemsworth split: 'I am not a liar'

Miley Cyrus took to Twitter on Thursday to squash rumors surrounding her recent split from husband Liam Hemsworth.

Sean Spicer on 'Dancing With the Stars' backlash: Relax, it's just entertainment

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer hopes his participation in "Dancing With the Stars" will "move the country forward in a positive way."

Oops! Taylor Swift accidentally reveals she's opening the VMAs

On Thursday's "Good Morning America," Taylor Swift let slip some "exciting" news about the VMAs and discussed her decision to rerecord her first five albums.

Director Quentin Tarantino is expecting his first child

"Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" director Quentin Tarantino is expecting his first child with his wife, model and singer Daniella Pick.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders joins Fox News as a contributor

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the former White House press secretary, will make her debut on "Fox & Friends" on Sept. 6.

What to Play: Brilliant and heartbreaking, 'Eliza' explores technology and mental health

"Black Mirror" fans may want to play "Eliza," a game about technology, mental health and the perils of automated therapy and intimacy.

You've heard of the Emmy Awards, now take in our top moments with the Envy Awards

Every year, The Envelope looks beyond the best actor and actress awards to bring you the Envys, special honors for those special TV moments.

Column: Middle school is the new high school. Catch up, pop culture

Middle school is the new high school, so why do film and TV continue to insist that life begins in ninth grade?

Vegas Escapes: A Tim Burton twist at the Neon Museum

Nothing director Tim Burton does is without surprise. So expect the unexpected and the bizarre when his Las Vegas exhibit opens Oct. 15. And those resort fees recently upped at three Strip hotels are causing a legal stir.

Column: In the Trump era, can videogames about killing Nazis be just 'for fun'?

"Through the Darkest of Times," set in Nazi-era Germany, asks players: Would you resist? Its developers say that if your game doesn't include the horrors of the Nazi regime then your game shouldn't include Nazis.

L.A.'s Music Center was built as an aloof city on a hill. Can a remade plaza change that?

The Los Angeles Music Center will unveil its $41 million plaza revamp by Rios Clementi Hale Studios on Aug. 28. The project is meant to connect the cultural complex with Grand Park.

'Pose,' 'Succession,' 'This Is Us': Plan out a story arc or just go with the flow?

For the showrunners of shows such as "Pose" and "This Is Us," planning a story into the future can result in a satisfying ending. But flying by the seat of your pants keeps you nimble.

George Takei is on a mission to teach the lessons of internment in the era of Trump

With "They Called Us Enemy," George Takei details childhood years in Japanese Americans internment camps.

As Trump fans flames on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, HBO's gripping 'Our Boys' leaps into the fire

As Trump attacks Jewish Democrats and Muslim congresswomen, HBO's "Our Boys," set amid the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, walks a political tightrope.

I invited Mary Ann to a Gilligan-themed tiki party and she showed up

A half century after Mary Ann got off the island, we're taking her back. Dawn Wells joins us for a Gilligan-themed tiki party in Echo Park.

Celso Pia, renowned Mexican musician of the cumbia genre, dies at 66

Celso Pia, a musical pioneer known for his fusion of cumbia and tropical sounds as a base, suffered a heart attack and died. He was 66.

What's on TV Thursday, Aug. 22: 'The Flay List' on Food Network

What's on TV Thursday, Aug. 22: 'The Flay List' on Food Network; bobby flay; Baskets; Alone; little league baseball; NFL Preseason football; MLS soccer; WNBA

Critic's Choice: 'The Souvenir' and 'Last Black Man' bring true stories to delicate life

"The Souvenir" and "The Last Black Man in San Francisco," two standouts from this year's Sundance Film Festival, blur the boundaries between fiction and memoir.

Review: 'Asako I & II' is a playful, haunting drama of love lost and regained

Rysuke Hamaguchi's quietly entrancing drama pays moving and obsessive homage to Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo."

Trump's Jewish comments play on anti-Semitism in culture, film and art

Trump's remarks on Jewish political loyalty echo with anti-Semitism from the Nazi era to modern day racist cartoons.

Review: 'Jawline' examines the fleeting fame of live streams

'Jawline,' a Sundance jury prize winner, documents the quest for fame and the yearning for connection in digital age.

Taylor Swift drags Scooter Braun, says she will 'definitely' rerecord her old songs

Following a public dispute with super-manager Scooter Braun, who purchased her master recordings in June, Taylor Swift plans to record new versions of her old songs.

At home with Sheryl Crow, a widely beloved, and wildly underappreciated, rock star

Her new album features duets with famous friends like Keith Richards and Maren Morris, but Crow's brilliant career hasn't always been given its due.

Why Alyssa Milano chose to have two abortions in her 20s

On her podcast "Sorry Not Sorry," activist Alyssa Milano shared her own abortion stories from after she left "Who's the Boss?"

Commentary: For Putin-backed conductor Valery Gergiev, boos and cheers at Bayreuth and Salzburg

Valery Gergiev, controversial czar of Russian music, divides with his politics but insists his campaign is simple: Expose the world to Russian culture.

'Catwoman' Julie Newmar takes landscaping personally: 'A garden is a reflection of you.'

At 86, Julie Newmar, the curvy dancer/actress who made Catwoman an icon, has a simple plan for gardening and overcoming life's challenges: "Take everything you have and make it better."

Review: A grim fairy tale, 'Tigers Are Not Afraid' peers at war through a child's eyes

Issa Lpez's thriller "Tigers Are Not Afraid" filters a Mexican gangland saga through the prism of a child's fairy tale.

Sisters spin soaring harmonies into YouTube glory as Dueto Dos Rosas

Emily and Sheyla Rosas, performing at Latinx fest Viva! Pomona, have racked up millions of video views with their soaring covers of Mexican folk songs.

'Bombshell' trailer: Theron, Kidman and Robbie are Fox News incarnate

"Bombshell" stars Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman as Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson, who accused former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment.

Tom Bergeron wanted 'DWTS' to avoid politics. Then Sean Spicer was cast

"Dancing With the Stars" host Tom Bergeron said he told ABC not to cast a political figure, but they cast former White House press secretary Sean Spicer anyway.

Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan: 'You're forced to grow up quickly in this job'

Lindsey Jordan, the 20-year-old indie rock singer-songwriter of Snail Mail, talks about songwriting, stage fright and growing up in public.

'Dancing With the Stars': See who's who in the wild, weird 2019 cast

From Sean Spicer to Lamar Odom to Hannah Brown of "The Bachelorette," this year's "Dancing With the Stars" cast is ripped from the headlines.

Brad Pitt knows what really happened to Cliff's wife in 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood'

Brad Pitt addresses the mystery surrounding Cliff Booth and his late wife in Quentin Tarantino's portrait of late-1960s Hollywood and masculinity.

6 weekend picks, led by Pink Martini with Violent Femmes and La Santa Cecilia

Pasadena Pops salutes Elton John, Heidi Duckler Dance presents new work, Dream Orchestra tackles Verdi's Requiem and other shows to catch this weekend.

Jameela Jamil calls out British media over Meghan Markle: 'Just say you hate her because she's black'

'The Good Place' star Jameela Jamil accuses British media of racism in royals' private jet debacle.

For Bob Odenkirk, the 'Better Call Saul' flash-forwards don't inspire much hope

Bob Odenkirk's Jimmy McGill is fast becoming shady lawyer Saul Goodman in "Better Call Saul." But what about that Cinnabon manager Gene Takovi? How does he get there?

For 'When They See Us,' Jharrel Jerome finds the heart of Central Park 5's Korey Wise

'When They See Us' puts the Central Park 5 squarely in the sights of young actor Jharrel Jerome, who earned an Emmy nomination for playing Korey Wise.

Now in theaters: Every movie that didn't want to compete with Disney

A cluster of end-of-summer movies will try to squeeze in after Disney's lineup cleaned up.

Niecy Nash on her role in 'When They See Us': 'Her pain was palpable'

Niecy Nash spoke with the mother of the wrongfully imprisoned Korey Wise before playing her in "When They See Us." "Her love and pain were baked into the performance"

Jennifer Aniston and Mark Hamill couldn't save 'The Kids Are Alright.' Can its impassioned star?

ABC canceled "The Kids Are Alright," its anti-sentimental sitcom, in May. But star Mary McCormack still hopes to keep it alive.

History forgot these female composers. An L.A. music writer is helping us remember

Laura Karpman's "All American" at the Hollywood Bowl uses pots, pans as percussion instruments, a reminder that women were told to stay in the kitchen.

Film school's ties with Matthew Modine face scrutiny in heated SAG-AFTRA election

Some legal experts and Matthew Modine's main rival for SAG-AFTRA president say his use of videos produced by the New York Film Academy runs afoul of federal labor law.

Solange. Blood Orange. Kelsey Lu. There's a new wave of genre-bending black artists

A singer and classically trained cellist, Kelsy Lu has gained steady traction in recent years for her ethereal and haunting twist on pop.

Spider-Man is leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Sony and Disney talks fall apart

The breaking off of talks between Disney and Sony Pictures means Spider-Man will not appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward.

For her new album, 'Lover,' Taylor Swift has embraced streaming. But is it too late?

Taylor Swift's last four albums have each sold more than 1 million copies in the first week, but "Lover," due Friday, is predicted to do considerably fewer.

Review: 'Vision Portraits' beautifully expresses what it means to be an artist wrestling with blindness

"Vision Portraits" filmmaker Rodney Evans beautifully expresses what it means to be an artist in a visual medium who's losing his sight, along with other blind artists.

Review: 'American Factory' manufactures insight into U.S.-Chinese collaboration

Netflix's 'American Factory' documents Chinese ownership.

Frances McDormand's alleged Oscar thief walks as court tosses case

Charges against Terry Bryant, the man accused of stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar in 2018, have been dropped.

Plcido Domingo harassment inquiry will be led by the lawyer behind USC investigation

L.A. Opera says its general director, accused of sexual harassment across decades, will be the subject of an investigation starting immediately.

Readers React: Entertainment and Arts

Reader's letters to the entertainment and arts editors.

Guess we can't call it 'Bond 25' anymore: New 007 film finally gets a name

Eon Productions revealed the title on Tuesday, and the milestone film's name seems to strike a similar urgent-yet-matter-of-fact tone like classic 007 flicks.

A love letter to mom in 72 photos: Artist Susan Mogul's latest, now on view

If shopping is a form of self-definition, then it makes sense Mogul's show at As Is LA gallery would take the shape of a Midcentury design showroom.