Gilbert Gottfried: My Bob Saget Murderer Joke is Not a True Story

While reminiscing about Bob Saget, Gottfried said some folks on the web don’t understand that his infamous roast bit about his old friend being a vicious killer was, in fact, a joke

The To-Do List: 5 Picks for Your January Cultural Agenda

From the new Tupac interactive exhibition to Alan Cumming and Ari Shapiro’s cabaret show, LA Mag has your calendar covered
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The Equalizer’s Laya DeLeon Hayes is Just Getting Started

At 17, Hayes already has a starring role on the biggest show on television and an NAACP award on her bookshelf
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Meg Stalter’s Awkward Characters Were the Breakout Stars of a Weird Year

Now the Instagram-famous comedian brings her knack for embodying blithely clueless people to HBO's 'Hacks'
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How Paul Scheer Channels a Rollerblading Banker Living His Best Life

The comedian-podcaster-actor talks season two of 'Black Monday'
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What The Final Table Reveals About the Power Structures of Fine Dining

Food's entrenched Eurocentric patriarchy is alive and well on Netflix's new cooking competition show
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Did Sean Spicer Troll the World with Jesus Talk After ‘DWTS’ Debut?

The former White House press secretary appeared to invoke #Christ to send a message to #Hollywood