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Disney vs. DeSantis: Gay Rights Summit Now Booked Into Magic Kingdom

”The most magical place on Earth” will team up with Out & Equal to host a diversity-based event that may see 5,000 attendees and piss off the governor

“My Kind of Country” Hosts Want to Finally Diversify Country Music

Jimmie Allen, Mickey Guyton, and Daniel Pitout promise to break down barriers by providing a rare platform for diverse and innovative artists in the genre from around the world

15 Minutes with Danny Trejo

The iconic "Machete" and "Spy Kids" actor and Trejo's Tacos namesake talks with LAMag about his famous roles and newest venture

L.A. to Vegas: Bella Hadid, Mark Wahlberg, and More Celebs Rip It Up In...

LAMag’s semi-monthly go-to guide for that getaway you’ve already planned—or the one you will want to plan soon

Army of Supporters at Suspended Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas’s Trial Is No Match for Jury

Cityside Column: The veteran politician faces his greatest fight in a Downtown courtroom

The Pea Salad That Blew Ardor Chef John Fraser’s Mind

Birdie G’s, Night + Market and Otium pass muster with the global haute cuisine connoisseur

Daily Brief: L.A. School Service Staff Earning “Poverty Wages”; Cops’ Union Files Complaint Over...

Also, once known for ubiquitous sushi joints, Ventura Boulevard is now swimming with hip new haunts, and Studio City is a next L.A. boomtown

In Photos: Mickey’s Toontown Returns at Disneyland

Long seen as a dead area of the Anaheim park, it has been completely revamped into a child-friendly haven with multiple green spaces and a reimagining of both Donald and Goofy's homes

Ex-MDC Officer Gets 10-Year Sentence For Rape of Woman in Solitary with Covid-19

Jose Viera pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a female inmate during the pandemic lockdown

Rupert Murdoch Rebounds With Engagement to Ann Lesley Smith

Less than a year after the 92-year-old Fox mogul sliced his marriage with Jerry Hall, he’s now on to the next