Oscars: Silence Is Golden For 'The Artist'
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Four's The Score: One of a handful of performers to score an EGOT — an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony — Rita Moreno is revisiting the highlights and lowlights of her life and career in a new solo show.

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Moreno, Leguizamo Talk Latin Life In 'Hollywouldn't'
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The fifth-graders from L.A.'s Pico Union neighborhood, who rarely get to spend time in nature, say it was the best field trip ever. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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A New Destination For Kayakers: The L.A. River?
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BooBoo (right) flashes a Playboys gang hand sign, 1993. Robert Yager hide caption

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Ex-L.A. Gang Member Trades Streets For Family Life
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A tornado destroys the Hollywood sign (and everything it stands for) in the 2004 film The Day After Tomorrow. Photofest hide caption

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Los Angeles: City Of Perpetual Cinematic Destruction
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Airlines Poised To Profit From FAA Shutdown
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In L.A., Paying Red Light Camera Fines Now Optional
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Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (left) and Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky hold souvenir concrete chips as they celebrate the demolition of two lanes of the Mulholland Drive bridge over I-405 ahead of schedule Sunday. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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L.A. Drivers Ecstatic As I-405 Reopens Early
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I-405's Closure Will Be A 'Nightmare' For L.A. Drivers
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Prince William Proves 'Fierce' On Polo Field
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Royal Couple To Visit Southern California
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U.S. Marshals deputies restrain a suspected member of an Azusa, Calif., gang after a raid in Irwindale on June 7. The Latino gang conspired to rid the Southern California city of its black residents through threats and violence dating back to the early 1990s, according to an indictment. AP hide caption

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Hate-Crime Arrests Signal 'Victory' For California City
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L.A. Worries About State's Plan To Reduce Inmates
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Crowds gather at L.A. Street Food Fest last year, where food trucks competed for awards such as "Best in Show" and "People's Choice Award." Mark Krynsky/Flickr hide caption

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Is The L.A. Food Truck Bubble Ready To Burst?
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Displays at La Plaza include film posters featuring Mexican actresses Lupita Tovar and Dolores del Rio, as well as Mexican actor Ramon Novarro, star of 1925's Ben-Hur. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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New Cultural Center Celebrates L.A.'s Mexican Roots
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