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An Affair to Dismember: My Two Decades Covering Robert Durst

Journalist Lisa DePaulo spent years covering the case of the infamous millionaire murderer—then she became a witness at his trial
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L.A.’s Role in the LGBTQ Liberation Movement Takes the Spotlight in a New Doc

Director Gregorio Davila's 'L.A. A Queer History' tells the gripping story of the struggle for gay liberation in Los Angeles from the turn of the 20th century on
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Friday Playlist: New Music For Your Weekend

New music from Lil Nas X, Kehlani, Mozzy, and more

These College Basketball Rivals Found Love Off the Court

Each week we ask a local couple, 'How did you meet?'

An Inmate and a Costa Mesa Man Were Busted for Allegedly Air Dropping Drugs...

A rep with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department called the drone-assisted operation "a fairly sophisticated method of delivery into a jail”
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Here Are Some of the Spookiest Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Los Angeles This...

Haunted houses, screenings of classic scary movies, and other fun ways to celebrate the season
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Dems Demand Recall Reform After Republicans’ Massive $276 Million Fail

California’s Secretary of State and other prominent Democrats are exploring how the process could be retooled to "reflect the true will of the people"

How the Movies Made Los Angeles the Ultimate American City

Classic movies set in L.A.—some well-known, some less so—offer candid glimpses of a city getting ready for its close-up
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Artist Timo Fahler Shines a Light on—and Through—His Personal History

The L.A.-based artist known for his plaster casts explores fatherhood, fertility, and family in stained glass in a new solo show
Cobi Jones

Morning Brief: L.A. Launches a Bid to Host the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Also, SpaceX makes history by launching its first private flight with an all-amateur crew, and more