Tuesday, 11:15 a.m. Updated below with video. Controller Wendy Greuel will be the first candidate to run TV commercials in the race for L.A. mayor, according to records filed with the Federal Communications Commission.Greuel's ads will start airing Tuesday morning. The campaign spent at least $125,0 ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with what happened at today's press conference. First posted at 8:03 a.m.
Puto. You've heard the word. But do you know how bad it is? It's essentially Spanish for faggot.
And it flies regularly on television's Jose Luis Sin Censura show, a sort of Mexican Jerry Springer (that ... More >>
Don't let the lovely "coppola" being built atop the Little White Chapel in Burbank fool you: T-Mobile plans to fill it with robot guts.
The Burbank City Planning Board just approved T-Mobile's wireless telecommunications facility (or WTF for short; how appropriate!) in early March. And a newly upda ... More >>
KFI 640 AM, the radio station criticized by some minority groups after its "John & Ken" called the late Whitney Houston a "crack ho" on air is under fire again:
The outlet happens to be the local home of nationally syndicated talker Rush Limbaugh, who apologized recently after calling law student S ... More >>
Little treat for First Amendment advocates on next week's episode of "Modern Family": Adopted two-year-old Lily will drop the F bomb all over set, much to the horror of her two dads. (Gay parents! Curse words! The controversies of the '90s are alive on prime time.)
Titled "Little Bo Bleep," the epi ... More >>
Last night the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA brought art into the streets, though not necessarily with the exhibition, "Art in the Streets," which, contrary to its title, shows art in a museum. Rather, with In Your Car, a participatory sound project by the art collective NPR ( ... More >>
Charles Manson on the line.Charles Manson had a smuggled cell phone in prison. CBS has truly creepy audio of Manson singing in a sicko call to the outside world. The Weekly explained the ugly game by legislators Mark Leno and Tom Ammiano, who head public safety committees in Sacramento -- and ... More >>