bravotv.comTaylor's had it up to here.We hope you had your electronic cigarettes on hand last night, or whatever it is you reach for to take the edge off. The stress of it all from Lisa's tea-party-turned-fight-club was a little more than we could handle. The episode started off with Kyle fi ... More >>
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By Max Taves UCLAStudents and patients support scientists at UCLAOft-threatened UCLA eye doctor and researcher Arthur Rosenbaum has died. Over his 36-year career the ophthalmologist treated 10,000 children for strabismus, or eye misalignment, using techniques he pioneered, in part, from ex ... More >>
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COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on The Event and Kharmful Charms of Daniil Kharms THE 31ST ANNUAL L.A. WEEKLY THEATER AWARDSGROUNDLINGS SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN â€‹is one of almost a dozen new productions being reviewed this weekend. For the complete slate, hit the More tab at the ... More >>
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