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California Lawmakers Push for Big Theme Parks to Open Sooner than They’re Slated To

Assembly Bill 420 would move Disneyland and its ilk from the Yellow Tier into the Orange Tier
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The SAG Awards Nominations Right Some of Yesterday’s Wrongs

Bridgerton, I May Destroy You, and other popular properties snubbed by the Globes get nods from the Screen Actors Guild
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Legendary ‘Hustler’ Founder Larry Flynt Passes Away at 78

The outrageous pornographer and First Amendment activist operated his publishing empire from L.A. for years
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L.A. Poet Amanda Gorman Will Perform at Super Bowl LV

The presidential inauguration's big star is classing up February's big game
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Dodger Stadium Will Now Have a Protest Zone So Anti-Vaxxers Can’t Disrupt Traffic

The move comes after sign-wielding conspiracy theorists shut down the vaccination site for nearly an hour over the weekend

10 Famous Filming Locations from Steve Martin’s ‘L.A. Story’

From a WeHo apartment building to a freeway in the Valley, we revisit spots from the classic satire
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‘The Raw Materials Were Her Life’: The New Billie Eilish Documentary Shoots for Storytelling with No Filter

When R.J. Cutler's camera crew showed up to document the music phenom's meteoric rise to stardom, their subject already gotten a big head start
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3 New L.A. Restaurants to Try in February

A new pizza place at the Paramount in Boyle Heights, and more
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Edna Jane’s BBQ Brings a Taste of the Carolinas to a Hollywood Side Street

A North Carolina-bred recording engineer turned a hobby into a tasty cottage industry
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‘Some Kind of Wonderful’ Is the Only John Hughes Movie That Fully Embraced L.A.

Director Howard Deutch looks back at an under-appreciated 1987 teen dramedy that took viewers from the Hollywood Bowl to San Pedro High