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7,000 Miles From Home, a Dress and a Rug Serve as Powerful Reminders of the Armenian Genocide

Mission Hills museum will showcase never-before-seen relics of the genocide Read more...

Museum Guard

As a diligent protector of LACMA’s art collection, officer Gene Terry is one of a kind Read more...

Documentary: Orphans of the Genocide

Filmmaker Bared Maronian aims to raise awareness of the Armenian genocide by focusing on its youngest victims. Read more...

The Beatles on Ukulele. Yup, Really

The ukulele and the Beatles may sound like an odd pairing; for an aficionado of the four-stringed instrument such as music producer Roger McEvoy Greenawalt, it's a match made in heaven. Read more...

Arrivals and Departures: Two Record-Breaking Journeys Set to Travel Though L.A.

The City of Angels has proven to be a popular destination point in epic journeys. Los Angeles Times editor Charles Lummis famously walked here from Cincinnati in 1884, and now three modern day travelers are out to set new travel records. Read more...

Lettermania: The Late Night Host Stars in a Comic Book

As comic book heroes go, David Letterman is an unlikely one. Then again, in Fame: David Letterman he's not wearing a cape or leaping tall buildings in a single bound. Read more...

Bill Clinton & will.i.am Visit L.A. to Talk About Education

will.i.am continues to push boundaries closer to home -- and he’s doing it with help from a different kind of star, former president Bill Clinton. Read more...

The First TV Show Made Entirely of GIFs

Once reserved for low-rent websites, the GIF dominated pop culture in 2012. Now, it's taking over TV screens -- sort of. Read more...

New Year's Eve Parties

Doomsday came and went. What better way to celebrate an apocalypse-free existence than one of these new year’s eve blowouts? Read more...

It Happened This Week in L.A. History: The Birth of Kwanzaa

Maulana Karenga, a professor of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach creates Kwanzaa for African-Americans to develop a sense of community and celebrate African culture. Read more...

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