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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.

Corky Hale, Freda Payne, Eloise Law To Celebrate Billie Holiday’s Birthday April 6

Hale—one of the few people still performing who was actually a close friend of Billie Holiday's, playing for her on the "Stars of Jazz" TV show, and on several recordings and live appearances, and was the only female pianist to regularly accompany her—will be joined by friends for a tribute to the late jazz legend at The Catalina

Disney Completes Deal To Acquire Fox’s Film, Television Assets

Walt Disney Co. closed its blockbuster deal for the film and television assets of 21st Century Fox, a deal likely to reshape the media-entertainment landscape.

Violins Of Hope, Bringing Holocaust-Rescued Instruments For Concerts, Education And Exhibit Next Year

Four symphonic orchestras, a heritage museum and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, will join forces in 2020 for an ambitious collaborative initiative to celebrate restored stringed instruments that survived the Holocaust.

Yas Baravarian, Dr. Shelia Bolour To Chair “Defiant Requiem” Concert’s VIP Reception, April 17

Reception to feature conversation with Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat. Concert, conducted by Murry Sidlin, to feature Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale with soloists and actors John Rubenstein and David Prather.

The Method Fest 2019 Lineup: Performance Driven, Socially On Point

The program will showcase LA-based as well as U.S and International feature films that tackle current topcis including homelessness, immigration and LGBT issues. The festival will feature seven world premieres, seven L.A. premieres, and two U.S premieres.

Paul Manafort Indicted For Mortgage Fraud

President Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort was indicted Tuesday for mortgage fraud and other felonies in New York, less than an hour after a Washington judge extended his federal prison sentence to more than seven years.

Box Office: ‘Captain Marvel’ Opens With a Splash, Raking In Over $150M

"Captain Marvel" is having the biggest opening weekend of any film in 2019 so far, taking in an estimated $153 million at theaters in the United States and Canada, according to industry figures out Sunday.

Violins Of Hope, Bringing Holocaust-Rescued Instruments For Concerts, Education And Exhibit Next Year

Four symphonic orchestras, a heritage museum and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, will join forces in 2020 for an ambitious collaborative initiative to celebrate restored stringed instruments that survived the Holocaust.

Yas Baravarian, Dr. Shelia Bolour To Chair “Defiant Requiem” Concert’s VIP Reception, April 17

Reception to feature conversation with Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat. Concert, conducted by Murry Sidlin, to feature Pacific Symphony and Pacific Chorale with soloists and actors John Rubenstein and David Prather.

Former ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Star Luke Perry Dead At 52

Actor Luke Perry, who had been hospitalized since last week after suffering a major stroke, died Monday at a Burbank hospital.

Hollywood Preps Street Closures Ahead Of Sunday’s Oscars

Traveling through the heart of Hollywood will get progressively more difficult this week as street and sidewalk closures begin in preparation for Sunday's Oscars ceremony.

Queen, With Adam Lambert, To Perform At Oscars On Sunday

The rock band Queen, immortalized in the Oscar- nominated film "Bohemian Rhapsody," will perform during Sunday's Academy Awards telecast, the band and the Motion Picture Academy announced Monday.

Longtime NBC Consumer Reporter David Horowitz Dies at 81

Longtime KNBC-TV Channel 4 consumer reporter David Horowitz has died at age 81, his wife told the station Monday.

Noted Conductorless Orchestra Kaleidoscope To Make Wallis Debut Next Week In Beverly Hills

The 55 musicians will perform Beethoven’s "Symphony No. 5," Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw’s "Entr’acte" and Sergei Prokovief’s "Piano Concerto No. 3" with pianist Irene Kim.
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