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Harvey Weinstein Loses Another Attorney

The main lawyer for Harvey Weinstein has asked a judge to be removed from the case, leaving the disgraced movie mogul without counsel as his sexual assault trial approaches in September.

Ellen DeGeneres Discusses Sexual Abuse Inflicted by her Stepfather

Ellen DeGeneres is publicly discussing the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her her stepfather, with the hope that she'll empower teen victims to speak out.

Survivors Join LA. Jewish Community Children’s Choir In Moving Holocaust Commemoration Day Program

Jacob Jonas The Company Ends Wallis Residency With Two World Premieres­

"viceversa" with Jonas’ mentor and friend Daniel Ezraow showcases two choreographers and performers from different generations and their differing approaches to dance. “There’s Been A Study," inspired by Sir Ken Robinson, explores how the education system stifles creativity and personal expression.

Director John Singleton Suffers Stroke

Director John Singleton is in the intensive care unit of a hospital after suffering a stroke earlier this week, his family said Saturday.

Local Artists Lori Hyland and Michele Bohbot Bring Abstract Paintings To The Standard Oil Building In Beverly Hills

Titled “Magnetic Collective,” the show will feature large-scale paintings in vivid colors and with bold brush strokes by the two artists.

Avenatti Due Before OC Judge on Client Embezzlement Charges

Combative Southern California attorney Michael Avenatti went before a federal judge in Santa Ana Monday and pleaded not guilty to federal charges of embezzling millions of dollars from a mentally ill paraplegic and other clients, hiding assets from a bankruptcy court and failing to pay taxes.

Facebook Bets on Small-Scale Connections, Romance

Got a crush on another Facebook user? The social network will help you connect, as part of a revamp unveiled Tuesday that aims to foster real-world relationships and make the platform a more intimate place for groups of friends.

‘Boyz n the Hood’ Director John Singleton Dead at 51

Oscar-nominated director John Singleton, best known for helming the gritty South Los Angeles drama "Boyz n the Hood," died Monday after being removed from life support at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

Director John Singleton Suffers Stroke

Director John Singleton is in the intensive care unit of a hospital after suffering a stroke earlier this week, his family said Saturday.

Local Artists Lori Hyland and Michele Bohbot Bring Abstract Paintings To The Standard Oil Building In Beverly Hills

Titled “Magnetic Collective,” the show will feature large-scale paintings in vivid colors and with bold brush strokes by the two artists.

Author Mark Sarvas To Keynote Annual BHPL Friends Meeting

Award-Winning author Mark Sarvas will be the keynote speaker for the annual meeting of the Friends of the Beverly Hills Public Library May 1 at 5 p.m.

Beverly Hills Spring artSHOW Returns May 18-19

The Beverly Hills artSHOW returns to Beverly Gardens Park 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. the weekend of May 18-19 showcasing a Garden Party to put the spring in your spring.

Lori Loughlin Indicted on Money-Laundering Charge in Admissions Scandal

"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin and her husband found themselves in deeper legal trouble Tuesday when they were indicted along with 14 other parents across the country on conspiracy and money- laundering charges stemming from a college-admissions cheating scandal.

Tickets Go Quickly for Nipsey Hussle Memorial at Staples Center

Free tickets for a public memorial at Staples Center for slain rapper Nipsey Hussle were quickly distributed Tuesday through an online system, with all tickets gone within minutes.

Actress Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman is one of 13 parents who have agreed to plead guilty in connection with a wide-reaching college-admissions bribery scheme. According to federal prosecutors, Huffman will plead guilty for agreeing to pay admitted ringleader William Singer at least $15,000 to bolster her oldest daughter's score on the SAT exam.
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