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Forever 21 founders and husband-and-wife team Do Won Chang and Jin Sook can't duck the federal government anymore.
On March 7, U.S. District Court Judge Margaret Morrow ordere ... More >>
For over 30 years, Bad Religion have carved out a niche as the thinking man's punk rock band. When they formed in Los Angeles in 1980, the inspiration for their lyrics came from the topic of corporate greed and the conflicts between philosophy, science, and religion. The band's 16th full-length albu ... More >>
If critics are right, maybe Fresh & Easy should change its name to That Was Easy.
Some local leaders said today that at least one of the chain's stores, the one in Manhattan Beach, has been cited for selling booze to underage drinkers as a result of his unmanned, automated checkout system, which cr ... More >>
Zuma vs. Occupy.Why, you ask, do we here at LA Weekly care about Zuma Dogg, the sometimes-utterly-insane City Hall gadfly? We don't always agree with his politics, and his tweets about taking his last breaths for want of food and cash can be annoying.
But you have to admit -- he's entertaini ... More >>
TapouT's Punkass and Skyskrape.Grab your tissue box, folks, because this is one hell of a tear-jerker. Okay, ready? Here we go: Michelle Thomas, a 32-year-old ometime model who worked for the mixed-martial-arts clothing and lifestyle company TapouT says in a lawsuit that her bosses actually m ... More >>