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Daily Brief: Court Temporarily Halts San Diego Unified’s COVID Vaccine Mandate

Also, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies raided Marilyn Manson's home and Corey Seager is leaving the L.A. Dodgers

Leonard Maltin Has Something to Say

The legendary film critic on his new memoir and 50 years of covering Hollywood

Jack Dorsey Quits Twitter—Effective Immediately

The controversial Twitter founder abruptly announced his exit Monday, the second time he's left the company since its creation in the 2006
A sign stating proof of a Covid-19 vaccination is required is displayed outside of Langer's Deli in Los Angeles

L.A. Businesses Will Now Be Penalized for Not Checking Your COVID Status

Businesses in L.A. will now face stiff fines if they fail to check vaccination statuses, but enforcement has been a problem in other cities

Barely Legal: The Surreal Saga of Tom Girardi and Erika Jayne

COVER STORY: Swindled orphans. Crooked investigators. A fortune squandered on bling. Inside the scandal that toppled L.A.’s top lawyer and his ambitious reality TV star wife

L.A.’s Dramatic Comeback: Theater Shows You Need to Catch This Winter

From the jukebox musical "Head Over Heels," to an iteration of the classic fairy tale "Cinderella," and more

“Insecure” Star Natasha Rothwell On Her Second Act in Los Angeles

“As magical as L.A. can be,” Rothwell says, “it can be super regular and pedestrian, and that’s also beautiful.”

Hollywood Brief: What Denzel Washington Is Up to Next; Awards Race (So Far)

Guest columnist Jeff Sneider breaks down the Oscar race standings: Who's up? Who's down? Who's not happening?

Hanukkah Celebration, Dodgers Holiday Festival, and 23 Best Things To Do in L.A. This...

Also, celebrated L.A.-born artist Kehinde Wiley debuts "Self Addressed" exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch gallery

Laugh Factory’s Free Thanksgiving Comedy Dinner and Show Returns

Tiffany Haddish, Dane Cook, Craig Robinson among those donating their time so that others in L.A. will not be hungry–or lonely.