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Lakers Swept By Spurs, Eliminated From NBA Playoffs

What center Dwight Howard described as a nightmare season for the Los Angeles Lakers season ended today as the San Antonio Spurs completed a four games to none sweep in their best-of-seven first-round series with a 103-82 victory at Staples Center.

Opening Statements Continue In Jackson Family Lawsuit Against AEG Live

Milken Global Conference Begins Today At Beverly Hilton

The three-day Milken Institute Global Conference begins today in Beverly Hills, with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, Magic Johnson and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa among the participants.

G Fuel maintains NFL pedigree, renews deal with trio of rising stars

Country Legend George Jones Dead At 81

Country music legend George Jones, singer of such enduring hits as "She Thinks I Still Care" during a career that spanned more than half a century, died Friday, his publicist said.

Beverly Hills High School Jazz Band To Open Free Playboy Jazz Fest Community Concert

Pictured: Frontman Antonio “Huggy Bear” Fargas (center) leading The New Jump Blues.

StandWithUs Sets LaughWithUs To Benefit Israeli Terrorism Victims

StandWithUs will present “LaughWithUs,” an evening of comedy at 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 8 at the Improv Theater, 8162 Melrose Ave., Hollywood.

Connie Martinson Talks Books—’Making A Pound Puppy Happy in Beverly Hills’

Who loves you? If you say Puff or Misty without a last name, most likely you are referring to a four legged creature.

Jerry Cutler On Film—More Pain Than Gain In Bay’s Bloody Romp

I saw Pain & Gain and felt more pain than gain.

Pasadena Showcase House: A Tale Of Design, Landscape Transformation

For Westsiders looking for a leisurely way to spend an afternoon, the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, which opened last Sunday, offers a particularly inspirational journey for design afficionados.
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