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Democrats reluctant to praise Trump for NK hostage release

WASHINGTON — Many Democrats have been reluctant to praise the Trump administration for securing the release of three Americans who had been held captive in North Korea. “I’m very happy that the prisoners have been freed,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi […]

Democrats reluctant to praise Trump for NK hostage release

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WASHINGTON — Many Democrats have been reluctant to praise the Trump administration for securing the release of three Americans who had been held captive in North Korea. “I’m very happy that the prisoners have been freed,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi […]

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Victor Onuigbo: One man’s story

Finding an actor in my hometown of Burbank, California is about as rare as finding trees in the forest. I have over many years observed that if you were

L.A. County Arboretum: A special commission from L.A. Metro brings art to the streets

ARTIST KAREN HOCHMAN BROWN COMMISSIONED BY LA METRO TO CREATE WORK FOR THEIR "THROUGH THE EYES OF ARTISTS" POSTER PROJECT FOR DISPLAY ON BUSES AND RAIL MAY 7 TO

Roller Derby comes to the Theatre of Note

For The Love of ... ( or, the Roller Derby Play) presents a large and all female cast with a wide range of life drama intertwined within and out

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Statement on immigrant family separation

Washington, DC — Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40), the ranking Democrat on the House Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee and the co-chair of the Women’s Working Group on Immigration Reform, issued

School of Rock shakes the Pantages

Two lifelong buddies, both former band members now have different lives, but are they really all that different? One became a school teacher and got married. The other has

Higher Education: The crime of our college mentality

The other day I received a copy of my college alumni magazine. It pretty much serves as one giant advertisement with the hope guys like me will be impressed

Self incrimination: May I ask me some questions?

Time to find out what I think about important stuff that is on the minds of my biggest fans so here are this month’s letters to myself. Dear Jim, Do you

Michelle Wolf haters, did I offend you?

Good if I did! The White House Press Association Dinner came and went and of course two things happened we could bank on. Trump did not attend and the dinner's

Reel Hollywood, Part 1: Warner Brothers

It is estimated that well over 45 million people visit “Hollywood” each year; but how many of those 45 million people actually see the real deal? The fact is

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