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Los Angeles Will Soon Scrap Late Fees for Overdue Library Books

It’s part of an effort to make libraries more accessible for all Angelenos

Fashion DesignerJames Perse Has Built an Empire Selling the California dream

The self-professed “aesthetic junkie” has quietly branched out to real estate, dining, hospitality, and more
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Big Changes to YouTube’s Rules Have Creators Claiming #YouTubeIsOver

As the platform cracks down on bullying and advertising to kids, some content creators are worried their cash cow will dry up
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Elon Musk Has Quietly Been Buying Up an Entire Cul-de-Sac in Bel-Air for Years

The Tesla billionaire claims to be cash poor, but he sure is rich in L.A. real estate
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Daily Brief: Amazon’s Surveillance Network, Upheaval in LGBTQ Media, and More

Also, layoffs at a WeHo restaurant, a plague of 'penis fish,' and the age of 'Instagram Face'
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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

The ultimate holiday ballet, Anderson .Paak's music fest, and more
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Emily Ratajkowski Has a Message for Harvey Weinstein

She’s one of many women in Hollywood who aren’t thrilled with the disgraced producer’s tentative settlement
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The U.S. Senate Has Passed a Resolution Recognizing the Armenian Genocide

The resolution, which matches one that passed the House in October, will likely irritate Turkish leaders
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How the SAGs and the Globes Differ—and What It Tells Us About the Oscars...

Now that the Screen Actors Guild has announced its nominations, the Oscar speculation can officially commence