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These are the major news organizations working hard to inform Angelenos
Maybe it’s not what it seems
You’re going to be reading a lot of stories about the most media-aware movie of the year; that’s all part of its meta-commentary
The nation’s largest public radio network invests—again—in L.A.
But here are the three best ads of 2014's biggest football game
Kevin Smith likes to talk. A lot. On Friday night he hosted a live discussion on the future of online television with Friends actress Lisa Kudrow and web series pioneer Burnie Burns.
Yesterday Jonah Lehrer—the disgraced fabulist and plagiarist who used to pen best-selling books and write big-think pieces for The New Yorker—got paid to apologize. If he thought that was going to even begin to fix things, he thought wrong.
Skeptics, schmepticks. Our editorial interns indicate the future of magazine journalism will be bright.
Love him or hate him, Tom Leykis is an L.A. radio mainstay. But in a world filled with so many decadent choices, what does the showman enjoy once the mics go off?
The first edition of the Los Angeles Daily Times (now the Los Angeles Times) is published.