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From Fox to Netflix: GLAAD ranks the most...09/05/15
Matt Kane of the LA-based media advocacy group talks about the state of LGBT-inclusive TV today, plus why GLAAD is shifting its focus to the quality of LGBT depictions on television.
91-year-old woman at Silicon Valley firm smashes older...
IDEO is considered an innovative firm not only for the work it does, but the people who do that work, like 91-year-old Barbara Beskind.
Anaheim rental inspections program nets $11,000 in fines
Anaheim has collected housing violation fines and filed a criminal complaint against a property owner as part of a rental inspections program launched last year.
Guitar players happily find a revived tradition at...
At what he calls the "custom lab," Gabriel Tenorio and his colleagues craft handmade strings for a wide range of instruments and musicians.
Back to school: the four best movies about college
Seeing as so many students are heading off to campus right about now, we thought it was a good time to survey the college movie landscape.
Street vending supports big industry in LA, despite being...
It's a $500 million industry in LA. As vendors wait for a legalization plan at city hall, some have moved forward, securing health permits and renting commercial space
The must-see films from Telluride
The Telluride Film Festival kicks off in Colorado this weekend. We preview this year’s contenders.
Governor Brown’s new highway proposal includes a $65...
A “transportation package” was released Thursday, proposing $3.6 billion a year to repair California’s transportation infrastructure and a $65 annual fee for drivers.
Filmweek: ‘The Transporter Refueled,’ ‘A Walk in the...
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critic Andy Klein and guest critic Christy Lemire review this week’s new releases including “The Transporter Refueled,” “A Walk in the Woods”, and more. TGI-Filmweek!
Europe’s refugee crisis and the ethics of posting photo of...
A photo of a dead Syrian boy who washed up on a Turkish beach went viral on social media this week, another one of the latest casualties of the growing migrant crisis taking place overseas.
National and state job numbers return to pre-recession...
The U.S. unemployment rate is 5.1%. In California, it's 6.2%. Those are pre-recession levels. Most employers say they plan to keep hiring over the next six months.
How gay rights got its start in science fiction
Well before the Stonewall riots, Los Angeles was home to an early LGBT rights movement - birthed from science fiction.
As ISIS destroys ancient sites, experts race to digitally...
A group of archaeologists has launched a project aimed at preserving Middle Eastern historical sites, and it hinges on a small and simple 3D camera.
Facing eviction, tenant seeks historic status for building
Steve Luftman, who is fighting an eviction under the Ellis Act, helped convince a city commission that his apartment should be classified as a historic monument.
In Kentucky, long-awaited marriage licenses could come...
After Kim Davis was found in contempt of court, a federal judge ordered her jailed and then set about finding someone at the Rowan County Courthouse who is willing to issue marriage licenses.
Mind your manners: 3 tips to transform your teen's online...
While Britian's Debrett's is helping teens with online 'NET-iquette,' our very own Amy Alkon has tips for U.S. teen and online manners.
Composer David Newman played violin on John Williams's...
This weekend, Angelenos have the unique opportunity to hear John Williams’s score to "E.T." performed live by the L.A. Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.
After teen deaths, LA County moves to place restrictions...
County Supervisor Solis talks about the things that went wrong at HARD Summer Festival that led to the deaths of two festival goers, plus how the County Board is trying to make EDM festivals safer.
What to expect from the 2015 Telluride Film Festival
The Frame's host John Horn is in Colorado for the influential Telluride Film Festival and provides a preview of what to expect for 2015.
Jonathan Ames turns Patrick Stewart into an impulsive,...
Jonathan Ames wrote the part of Walter Blunt specifically for Patrick Stewart, after Ames was approached by the series executive producer, Seth MacFarlane.
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