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Actor Rob Lowe lists his scenic spot in Montecito for $47 million

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Actor Rob Lowe and his wife, jewelry designer Sheryl Lowe, have listed their estate in Montecito for $47 million. Set on 3.4 acres of scenic grounds, the property centers on a 10,000-square-foot main house that was designed by architect Don Nulty and built in 2009. Also on the property are guest...
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MoviePass plans surge-pricing fees for popular movies

Los Angeles Times (Ethan Millman) — MoviePass, a service allowing subscribers to see multiple movies in theaters for a flat monthly price, is about to try a new model: surge pricing. Similar to the way ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft up their ride prices when demand is higher, MoviePass will add a surcharge to see films...
  • New: 48 min ago

The truth about 'zero tolerance': It doesn't work and always leads to disaster

Los Angeles Times (Michael Hiltzik) — The policy of “zero tolerance” has been prominent in the news lately, and not in a good way. Imposed by the Trump administration on immigrant crossings, it is the root cause of the humanitarian disaster unfolding on our southern border, where children are being ripped away from their families and...
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TSA's airport screeners to give extra scrutiny to 12-ounce or larger containers of powdered substances

Los Angeles Times (Catharine Hamm) — If you’re carrying more than 12 ounces of a powdered something — protein powder or baby formula, for instance — get ready for some extra scrutiny from Transportation Security Administration’s screeners if you have it in your carry-on bag. “Powder-like substances greater than 12 oz. / 350 ml must...
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Motion picture academy prepares to add new members as diversity push continues

Los Angeles Times (Josh Rottenberg) — On Monday, an elite group of film industry professionals around the world will receive Hollywood’s version of Willy Wonka’s golden ticket: an invitation to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Exactly how many will get the coveted call to be part of moviedom’s most exclusive club...
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Chrissie Hynde and Terry Hall talk contracts, band breakups ahead of Arroyo Seco Weekend

Los Angeles Times (Mikael Wood) — Chrissie Hynde and Terry Hall have known each other since 1979, when the Pretenders frontwoman contributed backup vocals to a song from the self-titled debut by Hall’s band, the Specials. Or at least that’s when they think they met. “God, I can’t remember exactly,” Hynde said on the phone this...
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What a 'datemare.' This is a prank, right?

Los Angeles Times (Neerja Saxena]) — 42I am more than well past my marriage expiration date in most societies’ opinions, and absolutely my own, which is Indian. I’ve tried all forms of dating — speed dating, websites that cater to Indian Americans, apps, and I’ve met whomever my parents, friends and parents’ friends suggested I meet...
  • New: 2 hr 28 min ago

Leonard Bernstein at the Skirball: 10 objects from the life of a genius

Los Angeles Times (Richard S. Ginell) — The Leonard Bernstein Office says that more than 2,300 events have been planned worldwide to celebrate the centennial of the composer and conductor — the vast majority of them only touching on some aspect of this protean figure, whose reputation seems to grow with each passing year. Here in Los...
  • New: 2 hr 28 min ago

Civic leader John Mack, a prominent voice on Los Angeles police reform, dies at 81

Los Angeles Times (Carlos Lozano, David Zahniser) — Civic leader John Mack, one of the most powerful voices on Los Angeles police reform, has died. He was 81. Mack, former president of the Los Angeles Urban League who served on the city’s Police Commission from 2005 to 2013, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday night, according to family...
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Gazpacho, lasagna and other great ideas for tomatoes, now in season

Los Angeles Times (Noelle Carter) — What's in season: It’s officially tomato season, and many market stalls are awash in vibrant shades of color ranging from red to yellow, even purple. Varieties of heirloom and other tomatoes are available and will be in season throughout summer and into early fall. Although the quality of supermarket...
  • New: 2 hr 58 min ago

In a victory for privacy, Supreme Court rules cellphone tracking records are off-limits without a warrant

Los Angeles Times (David G. Savage) — In a victory for privacy in the digital era, the Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Constitution protects tracking data from a cellphone, requiring police to have a search warrant to obtain cell tower records that show a person’s movement for days or weeks. The justices, by a 5-4 vote, said the...
  • New: 3 hr 13 min ago