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Hubble's other telescope and the day it rocked our...04/26/15
Amid this week's hoopla celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope, don't forget the clever astronomer for whom the space scope was named.
Who, or what, crashed the market in a flash in 2010?
Officials arrested a lone trader working in his parents' London home, but some question whether he was really to blame.
Ellis Act evictions in L.A. on the rise
More landlords are using the law to sell their buildings and evict tenants in rent-controlled apartments as the economy improves and the housing market tightens.
Havana Biennial Art Exhibition: The story of more than 30...
The Havana Biennial Art Exhibition shows off the art of what's seen as a politically repressive society, where there's a fine line to walk when it comes to making a statement.
Summer movie season 2015: 'Age of Ultron' smashing into...
The summer movie season is upon us with highly-anticipated films like "Avengers: Age of Ultron" kicking it off in just one week on May 1, alongside movies for women and children.
Asian-American YouTube celebrities aim to change...
Asian-Americans have a lack of representation in the media, but the rising talent on YouTube may change how the community is represented in Hollywood.
'Furious 8' speeds into theaters in 2017 (probably with...
To no one's surprise, "Furious 8" is heading to theaters — or "Fast 8," or "2 Eight 2 Furious," or whatever they decide to call it. Come watch our favorite one-liners.
Aurora movie theater shooting trial: what to expect
If convicted, accused shooter James Holmes could face the death penalty.
Only true love survives IKEA
When gauging the health of your relationship, IKEA may be the canary in the coal mine.
Filmweek: 'The Age of Adaline,' 'Little Boy,' 'The Water...
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Andy Klein and Amy Nicholson review this week’s releases, including Blake Lively in "The Age of Adaline," the family film "Little Boy," Russell Crowe in "The Water Diviner," and more.
How independent film can thrive alongside VOD marketplace,...
Audience options for seeing the new documentary "Misery Loves Comedy:" paying about $13 to see it at a small theater soon, paying about $7 to stream it on Amazon or iTunes now, or paying zero dollars to stream one of the myriad pirated copies on...
And P-22 the mountain lion's 'new' name, selected by...
"Huell," "Puma Thurman," "Yossarian," "Pounce de Leon"… these were all possible new names for P-22 the mountain lion. Listeners picked their favorite.
CinemaCon: Sequels, reboots, and raunchy comedies galore
Movie theater owners took over Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for the 5th Annual CinemaCon this week. SCPR's John Horn was at the "back-slap convention."
How wearable tech could make distracted drivers
There has been a lot of effort to change the way we interact with technology when were driving.
After 25 years, the Hubble Space Telescope still wows...
Launched shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Hubble telescope isn't showing its age. Many people hope this old charmer will be useful for years to come.
LAUSD developing next steps after iPad-for-every-student...
Forget iPads for all. A new Los Angeles Unified task force suggests letting school communities select the student devices they need.
Garcetti wants to recruit neighborhood 'scouts' to report...
The volunteers would call in reports of illegal dumping to get quick cleanups and help compile a new cleanliness index for the city.
Parents organize to fight parking ban around Capistrano...
Mission Viejo is the latest community to debate whether parking should be banned on public streets around public high schools for those other than residents.
Koreatown's Institute for Art and Olfaction — perfume for...
Despite the glamorous imagery, almost all of the world's perfumes are created in a large, antiseptic, industrial chemistry lab. But that didn't pass the smell test for an LA woman.
Barry Bonds' obstruction of justice charge overturned
More than 10 years after the BALCO scandal, the only charge still remaining against Barry Bonds has officially been overturned.
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