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Remembering Boise Bishop Michael Driscoll, Protector of Orange County's Pedophile Priests

The late bishop actively protected child rapists during his 23-year career in Orange County.

Is The End Nigh For The Westside Pavilion?

The owners are looking for a buyer, who could potentially repurpose it.

Photos: The Costumed Madness Of West Hollywood's Halloween Carnaval

Take a look at more than 80 of our favorite costumes from the annual celebration.

Your Ultimate Guide To November: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles

We're here to help plan your November social calendar.

Why Has ICE Suddenly Started Targeting Cambodian Refugees?

More than 100 Cambodians have been detained across the country since Oct. 1, according to advocates.

Five Tips On Capturing Glorious Selfies At The 'Infinity Mirrors' Exhibit

Some minor adjustments can add new life to your selfie-game.

The Wildest Stories Behind L.A.'s Haunted Hayride

The attraction is the creation of Melissa Carbone, who pitched her company on 'Shark Tank'.

No Halloween Masks Allowed Tonight At Dodger Stadium Because A Must-Win Game 6 Is Scary Enough (Also, Security Concerns)

Seriously, leave your baseball bats, brooms and "weapons of any kind" at home, too.

20 Awesome Events in Los Angeles This (Halloween) Week

Here's what's happening this week in L.A., some events are Halloween related, some not.

Taunts At Yu Were Nothing New: The Dodgers Have Long Been The Target Of Anti-Asian Racism

Gustavo Arellano delves into the history of anti-Asian racism faced by the Blue Crew.

Rival High Schools To Face Off Friday At Legendary East L.A. Classic

A brief history of the nearly century-old high school rivalry.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in Los Angeles this weekend.

New Report Paints Picture of Dysfunction, Racial Disproportionality In L.A.'s Juvenile Probation System

African-American youth make up just 6 percent of the county's juvenile population but represent 36 percent of the county's juvenile probation population.

A History of The Famed Hollywood Reporter Building Preservationists Are Fighting to Save From Demolition

The wacky office building on Sunset Blvd. could be razed to make room for a massive hotel near Crossroads of the World.

The Cost Of Visiting Joshua Tree National Park Could Nearly Triple

The National Park Service has a multi-billion-dollar backlog of maintenance projects and they want you to help foot the cost.

Los Angeles Is Getting Its First Co-Op Coffee Roastery

You've heard of a co-op kitchen, but what about a co-op roastery?

Photos: Inside The See's Candies Factory, Where Lucille Ball Trained For That Classic 'I Love Lucy' Episode

1,500-pound tanks of dark and milk chocolate are put to work in the See's Candies factory.

LACMA Received Mysterious Letter Saying That Long-Lost Painting Is Hanging In Nearby Home

The piece is a work of painter Miguel Cabrera, who is regarded as a master of his period in Mexico.

The Spookiest Spots In L.A. That Are Scary Year-Round

Halloween isn't the only season for frights.

20 Awesome Events In Los Angeles This Week

This week is chock full of events, some spooky, some not so much.

Discovering the 'Ghosts' of Paramount Ranch

Delve into the old Hollywood history of the ranch, which goes spooky this Halloween.

Stars To Reenact HUAC Hearings, 70 Years After Hollywood Blacklist

Celebrities including Susan Sarandon, Richard Dreyfuss and Rosario Dawson will take part in the reenactment this Friday.

Thai Chef 'Tui' Sungkamee Of Jitlada Dies At 66

Sungkamee was responsible for introducing Southern Thai dishes to the menu.

KFC Follows 11 People On Twitter And One Of Them Is L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson

"I understand it, because I am extremely spicy sometimes, and KFC is all about spice," Wesson said when asked how he felt about being one of KFC's 11 Twitter follows.

Five Things Not To Miss At The Eastside Food Fest This Sunday

Restaurants at the festival will include We Have Noodles, Winsome and Hot Hot Food.

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles

Check out what's happening in L.A. this weekend.

LA Weekly Is Being Sold To A Mysterious, Newly Formed Company

The alt-weekly's buyer, Semanal Media, is a new company created for the transaction.

Workers At Luxury Rancho Palos Verdes Resort Sue Over Alleged Wage Theft Violations

The sprawling Terranea Resort is about 30 miles from downtown.

When L.A. Was Home To The First Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field may be part of Chicago Cubs lore, but it first arrived in Los Angeles.

Photos: Inside The Selfie-Ready Splendor Of The Broad's 'Infinity Mirrors' Rooms

The long-awaited "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" exhibit has landed in downtown Los Angeles.

Ten Of The Spookiest Day Trips Around L.A.

Have you exhausted all the haunts in Los Angeles?

Interview: Musician Andrew Bird On Using The L.A. River As His Muse

Andrew Bird was inspired by the L.A. River for his latest site-specific release.

From 'Heat' to 'Blade Runner', This Guy Immortalizes Himself In L.A.'s Most Famous Filming Locations

Aside from movies, Phil Grishayev also tackles TV series and music videos.

Comedian Joe Mande Quits Twitter 'Until They Figure Out How To Remove The Actual Problematic Accounts'

Mande believes the website isn't doing enough to maintain safety and diminish abuse.

California Taxpayers Will Cover Up To $270 Million In Costs If 2028 Olympics Go Over Budget

Governor Brown signed a similar measure when the city pushed for the 2024 Olympic Games.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's going on in L.A. this week.

Where To Find Spooky And Delicious Halloween-Themed Treats And Drinks Around L.A.

From caramel apple martinis to "ghost poop" meringues, and ice cream with chocolate-covered bugs.

Jordan Peele Raised His Hand & Surprised Students At A UCLA Class Inspired By 'Get Out'

Peele received a standing ovation as he walked to the front of the room to answer questions.

L.A. Mega-Patron Eli Broad To Retire From Philanthropic Work

The Broad Foundations fund scientific research, art programs, and public education in L.A.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's your weekend guide for fun things to do in L.A.

The Best Art Supply Stores In Los Angeles

Because there is no greater joy than an entire aisle of paints...

Kevin de León Planning To Challenge Feinstein For Senate Seat, Per Report

Feinstein confirmed Monday that she would be running for reelection in 2018.

This New Virgil Village Wine Shop Has A Decidedly Female Focus

Vinovore stocks wine from over 100 different female winemakers around the world.

L.A. Moves One Step Closer To Imposing Affordable Housing Linkage Fee On Developers

The proposal still has to go before the full City Council for a vote.

City Of L.A. To Honor Local Punk Legends With 'X Day' On Wednesday

X members Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Billy Zoom and DJ Bonebrake will be in attendance at the City Hall event.

Three Of This Year's MacArthur 'Genius' Grant Winners Hail From L.A.

Including the experimental theater director who created "Hopscotch," a mobile opera performed across the city in 2015.

This Gorgeous Yayoi Kusama-Inspired Menu Will Pair Perfectly With The 'Infinity Mirrors' Exhibit Next Door

The Broad Museum's Otium restaurant will offer a special menu to coincide with the "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" exhibit.

Interview: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Executive Producer Jeff Schaffer Explains Larry David's Process

"[Larry] never wants to feel like he has to do it. He wants to do it when he's happy with them. That's why the footprint of a season takes so long."

A Brief History Of L.A.'s Indigenous Tongva People

The Tongva weren't recognized by California as a tribe until 1994.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Check out 20 of our favorite events and things to do this week...

The President Of The LA84 Foundation Talks The 2028 Olympics

Renata Simril is a third-generation Angeleno.

'Blade Runner 2049' Is Gorgeous But Lacks Many Of Original's Enduring Qualities

It's an impressive accomplishment and easy to love right out of the gate, but it may not hold up in repeat viewings.

'Blade Runner 2049' Is Gorgeous But Lacks Many Of Original's Enduring Qualities

It's an impressive accomplishment and easy to love right out of the gate, but it may not hold up in repeat viewings.

Interview: Creator Mike Schur On The Rules Of 'The Good Place' & Blowing Up The Space/Time Continuum

"Obviously, we're in completely unchartered waters now, but at the same time you don't want the audience to feel like there's no rules to the way that things operate."

Creep LA Brings The Monsters of 'Lore' To Life In Immersive Haunted House

If you're lucky, you might just get shut into a coffin.

The L.A. Printers Fair is Like Coachella For People Who Love Letterpress

It takes place October 14 at the International Printing Museum.

ACLU To Sue Trump Administration Over Birth Control Coverage Rollback

A #HandsOffMyBC hashtag was created on Twitter in response to the rollback.

This Artist Photographed Murals All Across Los Angeles

Ken Gonzales-Day presents "Surface Tension" at the Skirball Cultural Center as part of PST LA/LA.

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here are a few suggestions on what to do this weekend in L.A.

A History Of Echo Park's Iconic Taix Restaurant On Its 90th Anniversary

The iconic French restaurant moved to Echo Park in 1962.

How L.A. College Students With DACA Status Are Moving Forward In The Face Of Uncertainty

And what local colleges and universities are doing to support them.

Quintessential L.A. Author Eve Babitz's Works To Be Adapted For TV

The series is based on four of Babitz's works, including her 1988 novel "Sex and Rage."

Where To Go Apple Picking Around L.A. This Fall

Autumn is apple-picking season, even in L.A.

Two Caltech Scientists Win Nobel Prize For Directly Observing 'Ripples In The Fabric Of Space And Time'

Albert Einstein, who predicted the existence of the waves, thought they would never be measured.

American Boy: Tom Petty Was Always Runnin' Down A Dream

He was the poet laureate of underdogs who knew that "even the losers get lucky sometimes."

Interview: JB Smoove Never Stops Thinking About 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'

Sorry 'Curb' fans, JB Smoove does not want to take a selfie with you while he's peeing at a urinal.

Ever Bar Brings Delightfully 'Weird' Cocktails To A Hollywood Hideaway

Ever Bar also promises their version of Sex on the Beach doesn't suck.

Who Will Win The Nobel Prize For Literature This Year, According To Online Bookies

Haruki Murakami and Margaret Atwood are both among the top picks.

Looking Back At Tom Petty's Final Shows At The Hollywood Bowl

Petty played his last show at the Hollywood Bowl on September 25.

Here's When To Catch The Dodgers' Playoffs Games This Week

Their opponent, however, remains unknown at the moment.

Interview: Susie Essman Explains Why 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Still Feels So Relevant

"I've traveled all over the world, and I've had people of every ethnicity tell me, 'You're exactly like my mother! You're exactly like my friend's wife!' So I think that we've all tapped into some kind of collective unconscious."

Get Ready For The Grand Central Market Cookbook

Get an early look at the recipe for the "Slut" from Eggslut.

Your Ultimate Guide To October: 20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here's your October guide to the best events taking place in L.A. this month.

20 Awesome Events In Los Angeles This Week

Need something to do this week? We have 20 awesome events happening in L.A.

This Pop-Up Coffee Cart Serves Free And Sliding-Scale Coffee On Skid Row

The coffee is donated by Culver City roaster Bar Nine, and brewed to customers for free or on a sliding scale.

People Are Waiting In Line For Hours To Donate Blood In Las Vegas

Lines to donate stretch around the block at some centers.

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