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The Los Angeles Kings host the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals Wednesday night at Staples, and we've got your guide.
"You can read it, you can throw it at your brother, you can build forts out of it, you can read it to your stuffed animals. It doesn't matter! They're not expensive, they're yours!" — Charles Solomon
J.J. Abrams, the director of next year’s “Star Wars” sequel, sent a clever tweet on Wednesday about leaked set photos. Here's why he should continue sharing with fans.
This week on App Chat: see a doctor from your couch, navigate the healthcare system better, track other sick people and get better sleep
California Chrome — winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness — must contend with challenges that have stymied a dozen horses before him to win the Triple Crown.
Cambodian officials say the statues, which include one from the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, were looted in the 1970s by being hacked off their bases at a temple.
Shulgin's contributions to research into psychedelic compounds is immense. By his own count, he created nearly 200 psychedelic compounds, often testing them on himself.
Marc Haefele on the appointment of Chicago Lyric Opera impresario William Mason to run beleaguered Sam Diego Opera.
It's no small matter. Her high-low fashion choices mix everyday, off-the-rack fare with custom creations from top designers whose gowns can run into five figures.
From the Barnsdall Art Park to Mercado La Paloma, panelists will take up the ways everyday people, community organizations and public agencies here and across the country are working together to build thriving cities.
Ann B. Davis, who played Alice Nelson, the housekeeper on the long-running show, The Brady Brunch, has died after a fall. She was 88 years old.
At least one quarter of working cowboys during the height of the great cattle boom were black. Many had spent their childhood in slavery and headed west after the Civil War.
Helen Molesworth will join MOCA on Sept. 1, leaving her position at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston. What will she bring to the MOCA community?
Environmentalists say we should eat up invasive species like squirrel and nutria. Problem is, they don't usually look very tasty. A photo project tries to alter our perception of creepy critters.
We're sailing into June with free outdoor music, good food and epic art. Oh, and we're walking off those Memorial Day treats with 100 public staircases.
Off-Ramp contributor CJ Greenspon takes us to the minor leagues of pro wrestling, an event at an American Legion hall in Reseda put on every month by Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.