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  • Fourth annual designer pop-up to aid Dress for Success

    Fourth annual designer pop-up to aid Dress for Success
    Who thinks shopping is a selfish enterprise? At the Fourth Annual Shop for Success pop-up this week, customers can shop more than 125 designer brands at up to 70% off retail, with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit career development and employment...
  • San Diego Comic-Con TV Schedule: Will Your Favorite Shows Be There?

    San Diego Comic-Con celebrates its 45th year from Wednesday, July 23 through Sunday, July 27, and once again, dozens of networks and TV studios will descend on the city with hundreds of stars and producers to promote their new and returning shows -- but...
  • Convoluted 'Radio Free Albemuth' succumbs to dated sci-fi plot

     Convoluted 'Radio Free Albemuth' succumbs to dated sci-fi plot
    "Radio Free Albemuth" is a sluggish, often cheesy sci-fi thriller based on the dystopian novel written by Philip K. Dick ("Blade Runner," "Minority Report") in 1976 and posthumously published in 1985. First-time writer-director John Alan Simon simply...
  • Watch: 'Vikings' Season 3 Trailer Shows More Violence

    If the first trailer for season three of History's "Vikings," released at Comic-Con, is any indication, fans can look forward to plenty more blood and brutal battles to keep them intrigued. At the end of season two of the Norse drama, Ragnar Lothbrok,...
  • 'Vikings' preview: Shirtless fighting, that's exciting

    'Vikings' preview: Shirtless fighting, that's exciting
    After the shocking developments in last week's episode of "Vikings," I thought it might be fun to highlight a lighter for fans this week. May I present this week's Shirtless TV Men of the Week: Alexander Ludwig and Clive Standen? In "Boneless," airing...
  • 'Vikings' creator on frightening, spiritual death

    'Vikings' creator on frightening, spiritual death
    If one thing is true in "Vikings," it's that you shouldn't cross Ragnar Lothbrok. (Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen Episode 207.) In "Blood Eagle," Thursday's episode of the History hit, Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) completed his revenge against Jarl Borg...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Parenthood' on NBC

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 23 - 29, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Chicagoland Chicago native Chance the...
  • 'Vikings' Ep. 206 preview: Bjorn falls in love

    'Vikings' Ep. 206 preview: Bjorn falls in love
    Bjorn Ironside goes down a rebellious path in the latest episode of History's "Vikings." But as Emily Dickinson wrote, "The heart wants what it wants."  In "Unforgiven," airing at 9 p.m. April 3, Bjorn falls for Porunn (Gaia Weiss), one of his father'...
  • 'Vikings' preview: 'An Eye for an Eye,' and eye candy

    'Vikings' preview: 'An Eye for an Eye,' and eye candy
    Good thing Ragnar Lothbrok isn't shy. In "Eye For an Eye," the upcoming episode of History's "Vikings," King Ecbert asks the Viking leader to join him in a private pool to negotiate peace between Ragnar's invading warriors and the Anglo-Saxons. "Now...
  • Alexander Ludwig grows with 'Vikings' role

    Alexander Ludwig grows with 'Vikings' role
    Alexander Ludwig knew he'd have to bring the muscle playing a young warrior in History's "Vikings," but he didn't expect to use them when the cameras stopped rolling. Ludwig joined the cast in Season 2 as Bjorn Ironside, the now teenage son of Ragnar...
  • Film Review: Heist movie 'The Art of the Steal' is less than artful

    Film Review: Heist movie 'The Art of the Steal' is less than artful
    Except for a few dodgy plot tricks, “The Art of the Steal” is a pleasantly modest entry in that overdone genre, the heist film. It's got “Canadian production” written all over it, from writer/director Jonathan Sobol to a cast...