Datebook: A color-wielding goddess, contemporary takes on confessions and paintings left out in nature

by admin | on Jan 4

It is the dawn of 2019, and the week’s exhibitions offer an opportunity to revel in the mythological or unload

Martha Stewart teaches how to do (almost) anything in her new book

by admin | on Jan 3

Martha Stewart kicks off 2019 with the how-to of how-to books: “The Martha Manual: How to Do (Almost) Everything,” (

Danai Gurira says her post-‘Black Panther’ calling is to return to writing, but with one key twist

by admin | on Jan 3

Gurira, whose plays grapple with cultural identity and her heritage as a Zimbabwean and an American, recently opened her 2012

Eureka group cancels annual women’s march over concerns it’s too white

by admin | on Jan 3

The Eureka group, which is not an official Women’s March chapter, said that instead of the planned Jan. 19 march,

Review: Katherine Waterston is a marvel in overly complex drama ‘State Like Sleep’

by admin | on Jan 3

Waterston plays Katherine, a photographer married to Stefan (Michiel Huisman), a European movie star who kills himself, around the time

Long-awaited earthquake early warning app for L.A. can now be downloaded

by admin | on Jan 3

“By advancing earthquake early warning technology, we are making Los Angeles stronger, making Angelenos safer,” the mayor told reporters in

Would Thunder head coach Billy Donovan trade Westbrook for Westwood?

by admin | on Jan 3

To be affiliated with UCLA basketball is to dream. To dream of becoming the program that properly collects and nurtures

Death toll rises to 21 in Russia apartment collapse

by admin | on Jan 2

Russian emergency officials say the death toll in the collapse of an apartment building has risen to 21 after the

In writing 'First Reformed,' an intellectual decision soon became overwhelmingly emotional

by admin | on Jan 2

“First Reformed” is the script I swore I’d never write. As a young film critic, I’d written a book about

Trump answers Romney criticism: ‘I won big, and he didn’t’

by admin | on Jan 2

"To a great degree, a presidency shapes the public character of the nation," Romney said. He later added: "With the

Immigration court backlog grows under government shutdown

by admin | on Jan 2

The government shutdown over President Donald Trump’s ask for border wall funding is likely increasing the immigration court backlog.While cases

Retiring Urban Meyer gets the best of Washington counterpart Chris Petersen as Huskies’ rally falls short in Rose Bowl

by admin | on Jan 2

In 2011, during Urban Meyer’s year away from coaching, he spent much of his free time in pursuit of learning

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