A sup-par script and direction do in convincing performances from Jonathan Pryce and Jerome Holder. It's too bad, the prospect of Muslims and Jews living together in harmony could have been habit forming.
CHLA's CATCH Program, along with former major league baseball pitcher Jim Abbott, shows children with hand and upper limb differences (such as having a weak arm, missing fingers or missing an arm) that "anything is possible."
Sholeh Peyman, right, broker at Beverly Hills’ Peyman Realty & Investments, took her daughter Saman and The Courier with her on a recent trip to Israel to celebrate Saman's 15th birthday.
Former Bel-Air Association President Ron Hudson vehemently denied a conflict of interest between the organization - when he was running it - and the Bel-Air Bar & Grill, despite evidence strongly to the contrary.
The 2 p.m. Yom HaShoah Day of Holocaust Commemoration ceremony Sunday at the Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust will feature Mayor Eric Garcetti, Consul General of Israel David Siegel and Rabbi Sarah Bassin of Temple Emanuel. Jeffrey Ohrenstein, chair of the Memorial Scrolls Trust in London, will tell the story of the rescue and restoration of 1,564 pre-war Torah scrolls from Czechoslovakia.
With Donald Trump on an increasingly credible path to victory, his chief rival in the Republican presidential nomination race, Ted Cruz, fought back Friday in Indiana, the next primary battleground.
A State Senate bill that cleared an Assembly vote today would require Southern California Gas Co. officials and state to adhere to strict safety standards before being allowed to reopen the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility following a months-long gas leak.
More that 20 people were arrested tonight as hundreds of protesters raged outside the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa banging on cars, throwing rocks at motorists and attacking police following a speech by Republican presidential front-runner Donald J. Trump.
The Miami Marlins' National League batting champion Dee Gordon said Friday he won't appeal an 80-game ban handed down by Major League Baseball for a positive test for steroids.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Apr. 29). Sweet friends show up to celebrate you, and social fun will make it seem as though your birthday stretches into May. Career advancement makes June exciting. You’ll take your best teammates with you. You’ll never regret what you did for love at the start of 2016, and your allegiance will certainly be rewarded. Gemini and Capricorn adore you.