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Every Lakers championship team – from Jerry and Wilt to Magic and Kareem to Kobe and Shaq – have been led by a hall of fame tandem. LeBron and A.D. might be next. From columnist :
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"I went for a radical change in diet — whole-food plant-based, hard-core vegan, vegetables, no processed food, no sugar," Penn Jillette said. "I don't respect moderation."
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Los Angeles Times 2h
Young adults who live in neighborhoods with a higher number of medical marijuana dispensaries use pot more frequently than their peers and have more positive views about the drug, according to a study released by the Rand Corp.
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Los Angeles Times 3h
"In a two-week period, doctors told me that I had a small tumor in my breast and that my Hodgkin’s lymphoma had come back for the third time. I was 36." (via )
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Los Angeles Times 3h
Morsi’s death is drawing swift and inevitable attention to Egypt's harsh jailhouse conditions and the plight of its many political prisoners.
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Amazon's pulling back from productions aimed at kids. reports:
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Like the stripped-down beats of trap, the backgrounds of Fahamu Pecou's paintings are sparse with flat and hot golds, reds and blues. The seven paintings and three drawings on display at Kopeikin Gallery are all self-portraits.
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Guatemala’s presidential election appears to be headed for a runoff between a former first lady and a former prisons chief.
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Dominican authorities have identified the man they believe paid hit men to try and kill David Ortiz, who is recovering at a hospital in Boston.
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Los Angeles Times 5h
New York artist Maria Berrío’s intricate collage technique animates her works’ surfaces, making them crackle with energy. The pictures are patchworks, assembled from bits and pieces that feel of this world but also improbable, as if held together by magic.
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Los Angeles Times 5h
Not only was Gloria Vanderbilt an heiress, an author, an artist and the mother to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, she was also a game-changer, having had a seminal period in the fashion industry in the late 1970s and early ’80s.
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Los Angeles Times 5h
Goodbye, escalators. Hello, outdoor space.
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Los Angeles Times 5h
VidAngel, founded in Provo, Utah, relied on a quirky business model to stream movies without studios’ permission. Instead of obtaining licenses, it purchased thousands of DVDs and Blu-rays to make them available to stream through its website for $1 each.
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Los Angeles Times 6h
Countries like the U.S. have long treated Asian countries as a “dumping ground” for their plastic waste. Not anymore.
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Los Angeles Times 6h
Attention, fans: There's a new fitness class that focuses entirely on K-pop video moves.
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Ryan Faughnder 6h
Holy f—-! VidAngel, a start-up that cleaned up movies for streaming, must pay $62.4 million to studios in piracy case
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Los Angeles Times 6h
"I went for a radical change in diet — whole-food plant-based, hard-core vegan, vegetables, no processed food, no sugar," Penn Jillette said. But he also cautioned: “If you take health advice from a Las Vegas magician, you are an idiot.”
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Los Angeles Times 6h
U.S. companies are lining up to testify that Trump’s proposed tariffs are bad for business.
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Arash Markazi 7h
Every Lakers championship team from Jerry and Wilt to Magic and Kareem to Kobe and Shaq have been led by a hall of fame tandem. LeBron and A.D. might be the best statistical pairing in NBA history and could be the next duo to lead the Lakers to a title.
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Los Angeles Times 7h
"Gloria Vanderbilt was an extraordinary woman who loved life and lived it on her own terms."
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