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After 90 brutal minutes of end-to-end action, the Americans emerged with a thrilling 2-1 win over Ghana.
The victory parade began at noon at 5th and Figueroa streets and headed a mile south through downtown to Chick Hearn Court at Staples Center.
Of all the artists of over a century ago, James Ensor would probably have done best in Zap Comix. Much of his work is rooted in obscenities akin S. Clay Wilson's and R. Crumb’s.
If you tune in to see the U.S. play Ghana today, you may be watching more than just an opening game: you could be getting a glimpse at the future of U.S. soccer.
Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, arguably the greatest player on the San Diego Padres, has passed away, the league announced Monday. He was 54.
What's behind the increase in trucks delivering fresh milk, organic vegetables and humanely raised chickens to front doors around the country?
If New York had won, Garcetti would have had to sing "New York, New York" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," but instead, de Blasio has to deliver Randy Newman's, "I Love L.A."
Noll's Super Bowl feat has not been matched by another coach. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993.
The Los Angeles Kings ended the longest postseason in franchise history with the longest game they had ever played.
We asked teenagers and young adults if the movie gets close to the reality of living through cancer. They said the loneliness, yes. The Hollywood hair, not so much.
Harry Hall was born in 1913, and he’s lived in San Pedro ever since. Friends, family and fans flocked to the English pub last Friday to celebrate Harry’s 101st birthday.
It’s unlikely Hollywood will abandon its addiction to sequels — but that doesn’t mean the resulting productions have to be as cynical as the thinking behind them.
2013 winners Jacob Claassen and Jamilee Kempton will compete in hopes of moving on to the international competition in Milwaukee.
Alex Cohen sits down with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo to talk about how it was for the two of them to work on their new album, "The Both."
In the latest installment in our series on L.A.'s communities as viewed through the lens of the World Cup, KPCC talks with Mexico fans for whom it's a way of life.
A push-pull ambivalent Happy Father's Day from Off-Ramp commentator Dylan Brody to his MIT playwright father, Alan.