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Groundbreaking Ceremony Scheduled For L.A. Coliseum Renovation

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Monday for the two-year $270 million renovation of historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Independent Committee To Investigate U.S. Gymnastics Sex Abuse Scandal

A US Olympic Committee selection panel has already started the search for an independent investigator into the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal, a member of the group said Monday.

Baseball’s Cleveland Indians To Retire Controversial ‘Chief Wahoo’ Logo

Major League Baseball (MLB), under pressure from Native American groups, announced Monday that the Cleveland Indians will stop using the "Chief Wahoo" logo of a grinning American Indian from next year.

Charity Happenings—Thalians To Honor James Conlon, Pat Boone; Blind Children’s Center Sets ‘Tablescaping’ Benefit

Mary Bulgarelli will also receive the Thalian's Angel Award at the event that will also honor Founding Member Debbie Reynolds. Designers, chefs, florists, and vendors throughout the region are invited to showcase their tablescaping skills at “Tables That Bloom-Spring into Design.”

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Las Madrinas Honors 28 Families, Daughters At Debutante Ball

President Lisa Brandt thanked the crowd for joining Las Madrinas in its support of the research programs at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, speaking of its current project, a $5 million pledge for the Las Madrinas Endowment for the Chief of Neurology Chair and the Neurological Institute Epilepsy Program.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala Again Wins Accolades

More than 2,400 guests attended the gala while another 1,000 spectators, some camped out for 12 hours, lined Jackie Lee Houston Plaza opposite the red-carpeted entrance to the Palm Springs Convention Center to shake hands and obtain autographs from the bevy of A-List, formally attired celebrities.

Groundbreaking Ceremony Scheduled For L.A. Coliseum Renovation

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Monday for the two-year $270 million renovation of historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Independent Committee To Investigate U.S. Gymnastics Sex Abuse Scandal

A US Olympic Committee selection panel has already started the search for an independent investigator into the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal, a member of the group said Monday.

Trump Says ‘No’ To Taliban Talks After Wave Of Attacks

President Donald Trump on Monday ruled out quick talks with the Taliban, following a wave of bloody large-scale attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul.

FBI Deputy Director McCabe, Frequent Target Of Trump Verbal Jabs, Steps Down

The FBI's deputy director, Andrew McCabe, is stepping down after having been accused by President Donald Trump of being a Democratic partisan, a government source confirmed Monday.

Baseball’s Cleveland Indians To Retire Controversial ‘Chief Wahoo’ Logo

Major League Baseball (MLB), under pressure from Native American groups, announced Monday that the Cleveland Indians will stop using the "Chief Wahoo" logo of a grinning American Indian from next year.

Mr. Novak, a Piece of Television History and a Piece of Personal History

I rarely speak from a personal point of view, as journalism calls for objectivity. And I never insert myself into a story. 

Sussan Deyhim Explores Work Of Iranian Poet/Feminist Forough Farrokhazah In ‘House Is Black’

Running Feb. 1-3 at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, "The House is Black" turns the works of Farrokhzad, which comprise its libretto, into a series of non-linear poetic tableaux, with Deyhim interpreting various characters from her poems as she takes audiences “on an evocative journey to Iran of the 1950’s and back into the present—where we need to embrace the universality and humanity of her message more than ever.”
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