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  • Missing persons

    LACMA film screening to call attention to missing Manhattan Beach woman Nancy Paulikas

    Nearly a year since a Manhattan Beach woman with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease went missing after an outing at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, her family will renew attention to the case with a film screening at the museum this weekend. Nancy Paulikas, 56, was last seen on security video walking a block west of the museum not long after she became...

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  • Emmy Awards

    Emmys 2017: ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Big Little Lies’ wins big

    Sunday night’s 69th Primetime Emmy Awards reflected the diversity of the television landscape as well as the current political climate. Hosted by Stephen Colbert from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, the TV awards show also highlighted the work of women in the medium. It was a big night for Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which took home five awards (after winning three at last week’s Creative Arts Emmys). Elisabeth Moss won her...

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  • Emmy Awards

    Photos, news and more from the 2017 Emmy Awards

    Complete coverage from the 2017 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.

    From staff reports|

  • Box office receipts

    ‘It’ stomps ‘mother!’ with $60M in its second week

    NEW YORK >> The Stephen King adaptation “It” continues to scare up record ticket sales, taking in an estimated $60 million in its second week and leaving a paltry $7.5 million for Darren Aronofsky’s audacious genre-bending psychological thriller “mother!” New Line and Warner Bros.’ “It” remained easily the top draw in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday. It slid 51 percent from last week’s...

    By JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer|

  • Entertainment

    Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ opens Cambodia Town Film Festival in Long Beach this weekend

    The lineup varies from full-length films that touch on the deadly Khmer Rouge regime, horror, comedy and even a live stand-up show. But in one way or another, all of the films in the upcoming Cambodia Town Film Festival aim to celebrate both the resilience and the vibrant artistic spirit of the Cambodian community. “I’m am so happy to see Cambodian film moving forward at such a fast pace,” said praCh Ly, a...

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