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What you need to know: Ducks snap out of offensive drought, back Jonathan Bernier on comeback start

OC Register (By ERIC STEPHENS) — ANAHEIM – Here’s what you need to know about the Ducks’ 5-3 win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night:THE GAME IN 140 OR LESS- A dormant offense awakened in a thrilling second period and the Ducks pushed until the end, getting rewarded...
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Ricky Martin wants a daughter -- and 'the way we do babies,' he says, he can set that up

Los Angeles Times (Christie D'Zurilla) — Today in Entertainment: Rihanna named Harvard Humanitarian of the Year; Sinéad O'Connor apologizes for saying he gave Prince drugs Feb. 23, 2017, 9:55 a.m. With the Oscars around the corner and much of Hollywood still focused on the twists and turns of the presidency of Donald Trump, here's what's...
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Meet 'Moonlight's' Joi McMillon, the first black woman editor to receive an Oscar nomination

Los Angeles Times (Tre'vell Anderson) — When Joi McMillon was a junior in high school, she really wanted to be a journalist for the Orlando Sentinel. Even though her brother moved from Florida to Los Angeles to be an actor, being in the film industry was just a fleeting idea. But during a tour of Universal Studios, she stumbled upon...
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Popstar created scholarship program for Caribbean students and built new center to fight breast cancer in Barbados

Los Angeles Times (Makeda Easter) — Today in Entertainment: Rihanna named Harvard Humanitarian of the Year; Sinéad O'Connor apologizes for saying he gave Prince drugs Feb. 23, 2017, 9:55 a.m. With the Oscars around the corner and much of Hollywood still focused on the twists and turns of the presidency of Donald Trump, here's what's...
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Lisa Marie Presley ordered to pay Michael Lockwood's legal fees as divorce gets uglier

Los Angeles Times (Christie D'Zurilla) — Today in Entertainment: Will President Trump watch the Oscars? Feb. 23, 2017, 9:37 a.m. With the Oscars around the corner and much of Hollywood still focused on the twists and turns of the presidency of Donald Trump, here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts: If there's a...
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Anti-Trump protesters are not obstructionists; they're patriots trying to prevent 'rotten compromise'

Los Angeles Times To the editor: Compromise as a means for pursuing our common interest is one thing; “rotten compromise” — Israeli philosopher Avishai Margalit’s term for compromise that reinforces inhumanity and oppression — is another. (“ Democrats are copying Republican obstruction tactics. This won’t end well...
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Trump is making 'good citizens' live in fear of deportation. That's unjust.

Los Angeles Times To the editor: Over the last 40 years, I have become acquainted with hundreds of undocumented immigrants. (“ As Trump immigration crackdown comes into focus, anxiety grows along with anger ,” Feb. 22) Nancy was a nurse aide working in a convalescent home caring for patients, always with a smile....
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Do it for slain Whittier Officer Keith Boyer: Build more prisons, keep criminals locked up

Los Angeles Times To the editor: The shooting death of Whittier police Officer Keith Boyer allegedly by a career criminal was not just senseless and avoidable, but also utterly predictable. (“ Police chief says Whittier officer's slaying shows danger of criminal justice reform, but details are unclear ,” Feb. 21) ...
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Fact-free hysteria on Russia fuels outrageous talk on Trump and Atty. Gen. Sessions

Los Angeles Times To the editor: As a longtime subscriber, I very rarely agree with your left-wing editorials, let alone the commentaries or analysis pieces masquerading as news. But I found your editorial calling on Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from the Department of Justice’s investigations of President...
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Along a Los Angeles freeway, the 101 Cider House rules

Los Angeles Times (Hillary Eaton) — L.A. has never been a cider city. Between the craft beer industry and wine country, Los Angeles County produces some exceptional alcohol but it’s never been the place you go to find good cider — until now. Thanks to 101 Cider House, a Westlake Village cider producer making experimental sour ciders...
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Questioning Trump's mental health is not an insult to mentally ill people

Los Angeles Times To the editor: As a person with first-hand experience of mental health issues, I do not feel insulted by the suggestion that President Trump may be mentally ill. (“ President Trump is a 'world class narcissist,' but he's not mentally ill, says the psychiatrist who helped define narcissism ,” Feb....
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Former boxing champ Oscar De La Hoya lands a condo in Pasadena for $2.65 million

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Oscar De La Hoya, the former boxing champion and Golden Boy Promotions chairman, has bought a condominium in downtown Pasadena for $2.65 million. Found within the Montana building, the single-story unit has high ceilings, polished stone and hardwood floors and gallery walls that run the length...
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Trump claims to support LGBT rights. Just not for transgender youths.

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — As a candidate for president and since taking office, Donald Trump has portrayed himself as sympathetic to gay, lesbian and transgender Americans. In his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, he congratulated the delegates for cheering when he committed himself to “protecting...
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Alt-right activist Richard Spencer booted from Conservative Political Action Conference

Los Angeles Times (Matt Pearce) — Administration removes protections for transgender students Feb. 23, 2017, 9:06 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump administration rescinds Obama-era guidance New Homeland Security memos call for strengthening immigration enforcement Trump, after failing...
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L.A. theater openings, Feb. 26-March 5: 'Paradise Lost: Reclaiming Destiny' and more

Los Angeles Times (Matt Cooper) — This week: A coming-of-age tale about a young Nigerian American woman, a Tony-winning musical comedy about murder most foul, and a physical-theater adaptation of a 17th century spiritual epic. The Piano Men: A Tribute to Sir Elton John and Billy Joel With tribute artists Jeffrey Allen and Matthew...
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