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Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich call it quits after 2-month engagement
Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato and actor Max Ehrich end their engagement. The pair had been dating since March, and Ehrich proposed in July.
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Coronavirus cases top 800,000 in California, highest in the nation
The state also surpassed 15,000 COVID-19 deaths this week, among the highest numbers in the nation.
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In-your-face luxury: High-end designer face masks for the 1%
The wealthy are sparing no expense when it comes to masking up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How clean is the air inside LAX's terminals?
Los Angeles International Airport officials outline how frequently filters freshen the air inside terminals.
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The do's and don'ts of quarantine auditions, according to casting directors
During the pandemic, most actors are auditioning for projects via self-tapes filmed and submitted from home. Here's how to nail your at-home audition.
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Column: The Nuggets need another miracle; they're ready for Game 5 vs. Lakers
For the 3rd consecutive playoff series the Nuggets trail 3-1. The Lakers are aware of Denver's penchant for comebacks, which starts Saturday in Game 5.
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Zooming in: How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed Hollywood's audition process
Casting directors and actors share their experiences auditioning via Zoom, self-tapes and — in rare cases — in person amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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Exclusive first look at Wolfgang Puck's two new Sunset Boulevard restaurants
Wolfgang Puck is opening restaurants at the Pendry hotel and residences on Sunset Boulevard. An exclusive first look at Ospero and Merois.
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The days of Shaq and Kobe: A riveting history of the legendary Lakers dynasty
Jeff Pearlman talks about "Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty," which he started writing before Bryant's death.
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Lakers' NBA title hopes all about Anthony Davis, not an aging LeBron
You the one Laker who must prove he can play at a consistently high level for them to win a championship? It's not an aging LeBron James. It's Anthony Davis.
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Review: 'Fargo' is eager to confront racism in America. Dramatizing it is another story
FX's anthology series "Fargo" returns for Season 4 after a three-year hiatus, featuring Chris Rock in a story of rival gangs in 1950 Kansas City.
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Runway to roof: Chanel's $35-million solar-power play to help low-income Californians
The partnership between San Francisco-based Sunrun and the French brand aims to save 10,000 households $50 a month off electricity bills.
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Column: Emma Sun is becoming a virtuoso on the court and a stage
Westlake High junior Emma Sun is a top tennis player in the Southland and has been a featured soloist as a pianist.
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No, it's not your 'God-given right' to buy a new gas-powered car
California's ban on gas-fueled vehicles calls the auto industry's bluff on zero emissions
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With 'The Trial of the Chicago 7,' Netflix returns to movie theaters amid the pandemic
With this weekend's limited release of "The Trial of the Chicago 7," Netflix is making its first robust return to theaters since the pandemic struck. What's at stake for the streamer and the industry as a whole.
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Supermodel Elsa Hosk is selling her artsy SoHo loft for $3.5 million
Swedish supermodel Elsa Hosk just listed her picture-perfect loft for $3.5 million in the New York City's SoHo neighborhood.
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What could cost Angels more than Albert Pujols or Anthony Rendon? Leaving Anaheim
If the Angels leave Anaheim, it could include a $100 million to $300 million penalty, according to a commitment agreement the City Council will review Tuesday.
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High-low: The priciest and cheapest homes in Pasadena
Here's a look at the priciest and cheapest homes in Pasadena.
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Lakers fly into the Nuggets' danger zone: Five takeaways from Game 4
LeBron James didn't hold back in his efforts to keep the Lakers ahead late in their 114-108 victory over the Denver Nuggets in Game 4.
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This L.A. company was hit with state's largest-ever COVID-19 fine. Some say it's a model for worker safety
Overhill Farms formed a coronavirus safety committee with its workers and union after the state opened an inspection into coronavirus health violations.
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'I really don't think he has done a great job': COVID-19 puts Florida at risk for Trump
COVID-19's spread in Florida jeopardizes Trump's reelection prospects in the crucial battleground state.
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Biden is slightly healthier, study says, but both presidential candidates may be 'super-agers'
President Trump and Joe Biden are so healthy they could be long-living 'super-agers,' a new study suggests. But it also fears the two campaigns will continue to 'weaponize' the age issue.
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Column One: Discovering the life story of Dr. Good, who survived the Nazis
As he and his father hid from the Germans in a Polish forest, the boy who would become a kindly suburban Southern California doctor vowed to study medicine.
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Op-Ed: California's burning; Americans are dying. I'm safe in Finland. Why would I ever go home?
I'm a Northern Californian but I find myself inching toward a status I never dreamed of: expat.
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In Israel, the Jewish High Holidays clash with a new coronavirus lockdown
In Israel, the holiest period on the Jewish calendar has coincided with the world's first re-imposed national coronavirus lockdown.
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Editorial: Fire-prone brush is no place for homeless people to camp
No homeless people should be camping in brush areas of Los Angeles that could explode with fire. They should be evacuated.
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Letters to the Editor: 64 wrongful UC admissions out of many thousands are not a scandal
Over six years, four UC schools considered 2.4 million applicants, a few dozen of which were improperly offered admission. That isn't a scandal.
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Endorsement: Steve Morgan, David Berger, David Diamond for L.A. County Superior Court
Judicial seats on the Superior Court may seem the most obscure ballot items, but they now loom large as building blocks in a foundation of justice.
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A nightmare comes true for 12 Hong Kongers arrested at sea, now in Chinese detention
What sparked Hong Kong's mass protests last year — fear of extradition to mainland China — has become a dark reality for 12 Hong Kong families.
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Column: Tuesday's presidential debate will test Trump's assertions about Biden's mental state
Trump's charge that Biden doesn't know "where he is" and belongs "in a home" have worried some voters. But the debate will show us what the truth is.
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