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Movies to Suit Every Mood at Your Thanksgiving Gathering

6 months ago by Chad Byrnes
Thanksgiving can be wonderful and dreadful at the same time. Unlike Christmas, which has the benefit of gifts and pageantry to keep our attention off each other or any familial discomfort, the holiday forces us to engage with family, friends and foes alike. This unique setting presents a slew of situations ripe for Hollywood. Comedy, drama, horror — Thanksgiving has inspired every genre of storytelling. Here are some of the best movies and the moods they reflect.

From a Pop-Up Studio in Silver Lake, a Nonprofit Is Using Protest Art to Rescue Democracy

2 years ago by Tanja M. Laden
One of the driving forces behind a successful protest campaign is art, and a Seattle-based nonprofit called Amplifier has been leveraging it with one goal in mind: to help save democracy. Recognizing the Herculean nature of the task, the organization has temporarily staked out a pop-up studio in Silver Lake,...

10 of L.A.'s Most Iconic Residences

3 years ago by Stephanie Galt
The epicenter of the American dream. A playground for the rich and (in)famous. A case study in cultural excess. An eclectic hodgepodge of the weird and wonderful. However you want to describe Los Angeles, one thing is certain: the city of Angels is never boring. Neither are its residents —...

Wallis Annenberg's Controversial Visitor Center at Ballona Wetlands: Money Matters

6 years ago by Gracie Zheng
Read the full story "Save Ballona or Pave Ballona?" here. Heiress Wallis Annenberg's dream of erecting a 46,000-square-foot visitor center/animal adoption facility at the Ballona Wetlands is under fire from several environmental groups and activists -- a backlash that has fueled a growing debate about paving over a chunk of...

21 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

3 years ago by LA Weekly
Charlie Brown gets a fine-art tribute, the Museum of Neon Art Finally reopens, masked Mexican wrestlers meet sexy dancers, a documentary celebrates black dancers on film and more awesome stuff to do and see in L.A. this week.  fri 2/5 Good thing psychiatric advice is only a nickel, because missing...

Comic-Con 2008 In Photos - Saturday, July 26

11 years ago by Nicole Campos
PHOTOS BY NICOLE CAMPOS OMG the Owlship! Squeeee! Yeah, no idea, either... The luchaderos didn't see much of the Con, from what we could tell they were parked on the corner of K Street drinking all weekend. A Fett's love is very different from that of a square... Obey the...

A Fan’s Notes

17 years ago by Sandra Ross
Tori Spelling is a supernova in the constellation of pop stars. Which is why I jumped at a chance to cover her theatrical debut in Maybe Baby, It‘s You at the Coronet Theater. I’ve seen every episode of Beverly Hills 90210 twice, but my obsession with Tori Spelling predates her...

Fantasy Islands

13 years ago by John Powers

Neil LaBute Plays Take Over L.A.

5 years ago by Bill Raden
The coldblooded rogues' gallery of antiheroes that inhabits playwright Neil LaBute's universe demands a new word to adequately describe it: La•Bu•tean (lah-byoo'-tyen): adj., of, pertaining to or suggestive of the perfidious cruelty, moral cowardice and emotional retrogression displayed by otherwise average guys, especially when goaded by the manipulative camaraderie of...

Pro-Bernard Parks Mailer Touts Endorsements From Dead People, Misspells Magic Johnson's Name

8 years ago by Gene Maddaus
Unlike in Chicago, dead people can't vote in Los Angeles elections. But they can make endorsements, judging from the latest mailer to hit the streets in the hotly contested campaign between L.A. Councilman Bernard Parks and challenger Forescee Hogan-Rowles.The mailer, from the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce, touts a long...


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