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November 25, 2015

CultureZohn: Dance in Los Angeles Adds Luster With Colburn School Dance Academy

Benjamin Millepied, Jenifer Ringer and James Fayette mark the first year of the dynamic Colburn Dance Academy. As George Balanchine once famously said you need to promote professional ballet, "First, a school."

23 Books By Latinos That Might Just Change Your Life


Legal Experts Urge DOJ To Investigate Orange County Jailhouse Snitch 'Crisis'


One Of These Men Will Probably Win Best Actor At The 2016 Oscars

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LA To Shelter Homeless In Public Buildings Under Emergency Plan


Signs You're The Weakest Link On Your Bar Trivia Team

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Jerry Brown Pressured To Ban Fracking In California

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Tommy Mottola: HBO’s ‘The Latin Explosion’ Is For Americans Who ‘Still Don’t Get' The Power Of Latinos

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New York Hearts Carly Rae Jepsen

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If Presidential Candidates Were Given Their Own Lifetime Movies


A Screenwriter Paid For A Full Page Ad In The Hollywood Reporter To Pitch "Die Hard 6"

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Watch Students Realize Arabic And Spanish Aren't Very Different

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RuPaul's DragCon Is Headed Our Way Again. Here's What To Expect.

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Paradise Burned: How Climate Change Is Scorching California

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Fast Food Strikes Hit Cities Throughout The Country


Celebrity Photographer Focuses His Lens On L.A.'s Homeless

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Why Regina King Calls The Sisterhood Among Women In Hollywood 'Priceless'

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Los Angeles Teachers: Fewer Suspensions Mean More Unruly Students

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Bryan Cranston Will Leave It To Everyone Else To Debate His Oscar Odds

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