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  • Peninsula sees 5-year surge in concealed carry permits

    Peninsula sees 5-year surge in concealed carry permits
    It was Michael Christin's former job as a pizza delivery driver that led him to the decision to carry a gun. "I may be in Norfolk delivering pizza in a bad part of town where there might not be a cop on the corner. There is no time to call the police,"...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'KTLA Morning News'

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'KTLA Morning News'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 20 - 26, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES KTLA Morning News In segments airing...
  • 'Sold' to Open London Indian Film Festival

    After kicking off the Indian Film Festival Los Angeles in April, Jeffrey Brown's "Sold," produced by Emma Thompson, will have its European premiere at the London Indian Film Festival this summer. Based on Patricia McCormick's "Sold," the real-life...
  • Film Review: 'Last Passenger'

    Six travelers go in search of a platform in "Last Passenger," a sturdy runaway-train thriller that flaunts its influences but chugs up a decent amount of suspense before pulling into its final destination. Released in Blighty last fall and already out...
  • 'Conjuring' Sequels Hit by Second Suit Seeking to Block Production

    Warner Bros. and New Line have been sued for a second time in less than a month in a copyright action seeking to block "The Conjuring" sequels. The suit also named Lorraine Warren, the paranormal investigator portrayed by Vera Farmiga in the film, as a...
  • ‘The Other Woman’ Poised To End ‘Captain America's’ Box-Office Reign

    Apr 24 (TheWrap.com) - The movie marketplace has been light on movies for women and comedies recently, and Fox's “The Other Woman” is both. That makes it a very good bet to knock “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” out of the top spot at the box...
  • 'Pitch Perfect' Producers Heating Up Sci-Fier 'Snowfall' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Gold Circle Films has come on board science-fiction horror vehicle "Snowfall," joining producers Benderspink and Evan Astrowsky. Clark Baker is directing from a script by Brooks Elms and Glenn Sanders. Film centers on a a group of Chicago residents...
  • Cannes By the Numbers: Festival Big on Female Filmmakers, Canadians, English-Language Pics

    It doesn't feel accidental that the Cannes Film Festival should deliver an unusually strong showing for female filmmakers the same year that Jane Campion is serving as jury president. But festival topper Thierry Fremaux, who's typically loath to discuss...
  • Who knew! Matt Bomer is married and has been since 2011

    Who knew! Matt Bomer is married and has been since 2011
    Way to keep a secret! Matt Bomer is married to his longtime partner and has been since 2011.  The "White Collar" star, who will next appear in the HBO film "The Normal Heart," let the nuptial news go wide via a feature in Details magazine's May issue....
  • Royals pitcher Bruce Chen is a comedian, mentor, translator and major-league survivor

    CLEVELAND Bruce Chen repeats the refrain as he walks through the Kansas City Royals' clubhouse, his professional home now for six seasons, his longest tenure in a big-league career that stretches back to 1998. Bruce, a teammate will ask, what time is it?...
  • Robert B. Reich: Antitrust laws potentially useful in new Gilded Age

    Robert B. Reich: Antitrust laws potentially useful in new Gilded Age
    We’re in a new Gilded Age of wealth and power similar to the first Gilded Age, when the nation’s antitrust laws were enacted. Those laws should prevent or bust up concentrations of economic power that not only harm consumers but also undermine...