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Thursday, February 2, 2017

‘Zootopia’ Is Probably Going To Win An Oscar – FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEightEven though it’s just our first year trying to call the Academy Awards race for best animated feature, we’re getting pretty strong signals that the Oscar will go to “Zootopia.” The Annie awards, given by the Hollywood branch of the International … and more …read more From:: Academy Awards News By Google News

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How to watch Golden State Warriors-Los Angeles Clippers: TV, time, live stream, odds, picks – CBSSports.com

CBSSports.comComing into Thursday night’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Golden State Warriors are, not surprisingly, one of the hottest teams in the NBA. Golden State has won by an average of 18.8 points over its past 10 wins, including a 46-point rout … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By […]

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Daughter of woman killed in West Hills intersection sues city of Los Angeles – LA Daily News

LA Daily NewsThis April 11, 2016 staff file photo shows the West Hills intersection of Roscoe Boulevard and Jason Avenue, where Pia Botz, 69, her daughter, Erica Botz, 31, and their Labrador retriever where struck by a Subaru Forester. Photo by Anita Bennett, Los … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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Weekend Planner: 17 Cool Events Happening in Los Angeles – LAist

Weekend Planner: 17 Cool Events Happening in Los AngelesLAistFor the past 10 years, UCLA’s cityLAB has been thinking about the future of Los Angeles and researching the challenges that the city faces, from housing to transportation. The exhibition showcases collaborative, experimental projects that serve as … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Chris Paul needs to abandon the Los Angeles Clippers and head east – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comYet no other superstar has come up quite as short in big moments as the Los Angeles Clippers point guard. Actually, that’s an understatement. As you likely know, Paul’s deepest foray into the playoffs came in 2014, when the Clippers lost in six games … …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google News

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DA investigator’s lawsuit says he was beaten and unlawfully detained by LA County sheriff’s deputies – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAn investigator with the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Sheriff Jim McDonnell and a group of deputies, alleging he was beaten and unlawfully detained while working last year. Maurice … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51

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NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51 Roger Goodell, The NFL Commissioner, is back involved in negotiations with The Lott Group / Fortress Investments and on building a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders in Oakland. As Goodell is an on-the-record advocate of keeping the Raiders in Oakland, the news that he's back and directly involved in talks with Ronnie Lott is big news. Previously, Eric Grubman, NFL Executive Vice President of Business Affairs, and the acknowledged league new stadium point person, had taken the lead in talks with Mr. Lott and his people. On December 13th, and after a meeting with The Lott Group, Mr. Grubman compared the then-just-released “term sheet” to the 2015 new stadium deal structure fashioned by Floyd Kephart. That deal proposal was so unloved by the City of Oakland, the NFL, and the Raiders, that Mr. Kephart's full name has become something of a pejorative in the history of the Raiders quest for a new stadium in Oakland. After that bombshell, a number of calls and meetings have taken place, but I am told that after the revelation that Goldman Sachs is out of the Las Vegas Oakland Raiders deal, joining Sheldon Adelson, Goodell is reportedly seeking to help move the Oakland situation along on a positive track. I am also told that The Lott Group will present a new, and more detailed, term sheet. Stay tuned.
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NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51

NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51 - Video

NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51 Roger Goodell, The NFL Commissioner, is back involved in negotiations with The Lott Group / Fortress Investments and on building a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders in Oakland. As Goodell is an on-the-record advocate of keeping the Raiders in Oakland, the news that he's back and directly involved in talks with Ronnie Lott is big news. Previously, Eric Grubman, NFL Executive Vice President of Business Affairs, and the acknowledged league new stadium point person, had taken the lead in talks with Mr. Lott and his people. On December 13th, and after a meeting with The Lott Group, Mr. Grubman compared the then-just-released “term sheet” to the 2015 new stadium deal structure fashioned by Floyd Kephart. That deal proposal was so unloved by the City of Oakland, the NFL, and the Raiders, that Mr. Kephart's full name has become something of a pejorative in the history of the Raiders quest for a new stadium in Oakland. After that bombshell, a number of calls and meetings have taken place, but I am told that after the revelation that Goldman Sachs is out of the Las Vegas Oakland Raiders deal, joining Sheldon Adelson, Goodell is reportedly seeking to help move the Oakland situation along on a positive track. I am also told that The Lott Group will present a new, and more detailed, term sheet. Stay tuned.
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A&W Restaurants Spoofs Academy Awards with #AWcademyAwards Contest – Business Wire (press release)

A&W Restaurants Spoofs Academy Awards with #AWcademyAwards ContestBusiness Wire (press release)LEXINGTON, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To play along with this year’s awards season, A&W Restaurants invites movie buffs to participate in the #AWcademyAwards Sweepstakes. Throughout February, social media users may share their spoofs of movie titles, … and more …read more From:: Academy Awards News By Google News

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Los Angeles company to operate Lake Success marijuana dispensary – Newsday

NewsdayBloomfield Industries, which operates Nassau’s medical marijuana dispensary in Lake Success, has been sold to a Los–Angeles based cannabis management and investment firm. The Nassau location at 2001 Marcus Ave. is seen on Sept. 22, 2015. and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Snapchat maker Snap files for what’s expected to be Los Angeles’ biggest ever IPO – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesSnapchat app maker Snap Inc. filed papers Thursday to move forward with what’s expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever for a Los Angeles company and one of the highest valued in U.S. history. Conceived six years ago by Stanford … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google […]

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Tells Donald Trump To Step Down From POTUS

Arnold Schwarzenegger Tells Donald Trump To Step Down From POTUS - Video

Arnold Schwarzenegger Tells Donald Trump To Step Down From POTUS
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Prospect Profiles: Los Angeles Angels – Tha Sports Junkies 101 (press release) (blog)

Tha Sports Junkies 101 (press release) (blog)The Los Angeles Angles currently have the worst ranked farm system in all of baseball. Even with big names like Mike Tout, and Albert Pujols on the major league roster, the Angles have not had great success of late. In 2016, the Angels finished right … and more …read […]

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LA 2024 bid chief: ‘Sports not about politics’ – Sportstarlive

SportstarliveThe head of Los Angeles 2024 said on Thursday the city’s bid for the Olympics would not be harmed by the furore over the travel restrictions imposed by US President Donald Trump, insisting “sports is not about politics.” “Sport is the one thing … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports News By Google […]

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Watch: Spike Strip Ends Pursuit Up and Down Los Angeles County – NBC Southern California

NBC Southern CaliforniaA driver led officers on a back-and-forth pursuit through Los Angeles County Thursday morning after a report of a stolen vehicle. The pursuit began east of downtown Los Angeles, then headed south on the 5 Freeway into the Norwalk area. The driver of …LAPD Chases Stolen Car Into East LACBS Local all 4 […]

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Cinemark Celebrates the Academy Awards with Oscar Movie Week Program – Yahoo Finance

Yahoo FinanceCinemark Holdings, Inc. (CNK), a leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, celebrates the Academy Awards with its annual Oscar Movie Week program, February 20-26, 2017. Select Cinemark locations across the country will present all nine …When are the 2017 Oscars, who is predicted to win and how can I watch the Academy Awards […]

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Warriors vs. Clippers 2017 odds: Los Angeles heavy home underdog against Golden State – SB Nation

SB NationThe Los Angeles Clippers are 0-8 straight up and 3-5 against the spread in their last eight games against the Golden State Warriors. The Clippers will try to snap that losing streak at home against the Warriors on Thursday night. Los Angeles is an 8.5 …Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Betting Odds, […]

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Wade Phillips tweets hilarious description of the Rams’ coaching staff – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Los Angeles Rams made NFL history last month when they hired Sean McVay to be their next head coach. When he was hired, McVay was just 30 years old – he turned 31 on Jan. 24 – making him the league’s youngest head coach ever. As young as he … and more …read more […]

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Century City Is Los Angeles’ Next Great Dining Neighborhood – Observer

ObserverBut the buzz here should be deafening when the first West Coast Eataly and the Westside of L.A.’s first outpost of beloved soup-dumpling restaurant Din Tai Fung both open at the Westfield Century City shopping center later this year. In the meantime … …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News By Google News

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Five Black-Themed Movies Up for Academy Awards – Thenewjournalandguide

ThenewjournalandguideBy Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide Five movies with themes related to African-American life and history were among the those receiving Academy Awards nominations last week. Two of those movies are based on actual stories of …What a ‘Hidden Figures’ win and other SAG Awards portend for the OscarsUSA TODAYSAG Awards: […]

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Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51

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Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51 Roger Goodell did not say Las Vegas was “viable” for the Oakland Raiders, contrary to NFL Network reports. (Media's using that term like crack) In his Wednesday “State of The NFL” Press Conference, the NFL Commissioner said that “we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market.” In fact, here's the full transcript of what Commissioner Goodell said related to the Oakland Raiders and Las Vegas on Wednesday: Q The Raiders started the approval process to move to Las Vegas, though the latest news seems to put that situation in peril.  Is the NFL confident that Las Vegas remains a viable location for the Raiders? And after decades of avoiding or opposing gambling, do the owners and league officials believe that legalized gambling and the NFL can coexist? A “In your first question, we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market  That’s part of the relocation process. The Raiders submitted an application.  It’s one that we’re considering carefully, but there is a great deal of work to be done and there are several elements of that. Financing of the stadium is just one.  Obviously, the stadium project itself, the depth of the market, all of those are things that we’ve studied over the last several months, but that will increase in intensity over the next month or so as we move forward in that process. A second, as it relates to whether gambling can coexist with the NFL. In fact, it does. It’s happening today. It’s sponsored by governments, It exists throughout our world. What we have always said is we need to make sure that there’s a fine line between team-sports gambling and the NFL. We want to protect the integrity of our game, and that’s the line we will always do.” Q For the past 20 years, I've asked the question, ‘When will Los Angeles be getting an NFL team?’ And now, I'm tempted to ask, ‘When will Los Angeles stop getting NFL teams?’ Just following on Barry’s question, though, you detailed the process in the coming weeks about evaluating the Las Vegas market.  Are you confident that you can complete that evaluation in time for the vote in the March meetings, and I’d also ask, if Las Vegas were to fall through, could San Diego be the viable option for the Raiders? A “Well, a couple things. One, we are confident that our process is thorough, that it will examine all of the issues that need to be examined to make the best possible decision from the ownership. If for some reason, we can’t complete that by March, we’ll deal with that, but the ultimate objective here is to the make the right decision. I’ve said it many times before, relocations are painful, and you want to be intelligent, you want to be thorough and you want to make sure that we do it with a great deal of sensitivity.  We want to make sure that we’re doing what’s in the best, long-term interest of the NFL. So, we will see on timing, but we have been working on this over the last couple months, analyzing this, but we have now more information, and we’ll have to get more information to go forward. The second part of your question, just so I’m clear? (Reporter: San Diego.) San Diego.  Listen, and I’ve made this clear before, we were disappointed to have to leave San Diego. We couldn’t get a stadium done.  As you know, we had a referendum just last November that did not pass by the voters, and I think for any team to relocate to San Diego at this point in time, we’re going to have to find a solution to that stadium problem, one that we couldn’t do after probably 15 years of effort.  That doesn’t mean it can’t happen in the future. In fact, there is a history of markets that get these projects done once a team leaves. That’s unfortunate, because I think it’s a painful way to do it, but this is something that we obviously would work toward, but we’re moving forward at this point.” Q You recently said on a national radio show that if the Raiders move was approved by owners, you would not compromise any of the League’s values.  Were you referencing gambling and would you or the ownership be opposed to a casino having partial or full ownership either in a team or a stadium? A “We’ve always said we are going to maintain the integrity of our game by making sure there is a separation between sports, gambling and the NFL.  That is something we think is imperative for us.  We want our fans to know the game they are seeing unfold on the field does not have any undue influence.  We recognize gambling occurs out in marketplaces.  I said that in the first answer.  But this is something from our standpoint we have rules that are in place.  The Raiders have not asked for us to compromise those rules as it relates to our policies.  We will continue to have that separation going forward.  I don’t see an ownership position in a team from a casino.  That is not something consistent with our policies.  Not likely a stadium either.”
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Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51

Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51 - Video

Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51 Roger Goodell did not say Las Vegas was “viable” for the Oakland Raiders, contrary to NFL Network reports. (Media's using that term like crack) In his Wednesday “State of The NFL” Press Conference, the NFL Commissioner said that “we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market.” In fact, here's the full transcript of what Commissioner Goodell said related to the Oakland Raiders and Las Vegas on Wednesday: Q The Raiders started the approval process to move to Las Vegas, though the latest news seems to put that situation in peril.  Is the NFL confident that Las Vegas remains a viable location for the Raiders? And after decades of avoiding or opposing gambling, do the owners and league officials believe that legalized gambling and the NFL can coexist? A “In your first question, we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market  That’s part of the relocation process. The Raiders submitted an application.  It’s one that we’re considering carefully, but there is a great deal of work to be done and there are several elements of that. Financing of the stadium is just one.  Obviously, the stadium project itself, the depth of the market, all of those are things that we’ve studied over the last several months, but that will increase in intensity over the next month or so as we move forward in that process. A second, as it relates to whether gambling can coexist with the NFL. In fact, it does. It’s happening today. It’s sponsored by governments, It exists throughout our world. What we have always said is we need to make sure that there’s a fine line between team-sports gambling and the NFL. We want to protect the integrity of our game, and that’s the line we will always do.” Q For the past 20 years, I've asked the question, ‘When will Los Angeles be getting an NFL team?’ And now, I'm tempted to ask, ‘When will Los Angeles stop getting NFL teams?’ Just following on Barry’s question, though, you detailed the process in the coming weeks about evaluating the Las Vegas market.  Are you confident that you can complete that evaluation in time for the vote in the March meetings, and I’d also ask, if Las Vegas were to fall through, could San Diego be the viable option for the Raiders? A “Well, a couple things. One, we are confident that our process is thorough, that it will examine all of the issues that need to be examined to make the best possible decision from the ownership. If for some reason, we can’t complete that by March, we’ll deal with that, but the ultimate objective here is to the make the right decision. I’ve said it many times before, relocations are painful, and you want to be intelligent, you want to be thorough and you want to make sure that we do it with a great deal of sensitivity.  We want to make sure that we’re doing what’s in the best, long-term interest of the NFL. So, we will see on timing, but we have been working on this over the last couple months, analyzing this, but we have now more information, and we’ll have to get more information to go forward. The second part of your question, just so I’m clear? (Reporter: San Diego.) San Diego.  Listen, and I’ve made this clear before, we were disappointed to have to leave San Diego. We couldn’t get a stadium done.  As you know, we had a referendum just last November that did not pass by the voters, and I think for any team to relocate to San Diego at this point in time, we’re going to have to find a solution to that stadium problem, one that we couldn’t do after probably 15 years of effort.  That doesn’t mean it can’t happen in the future. In fact, there is a history of markets that get these projects done once a team leaves. That’s unfortunate, because I think it’s a painful way to do it, but this is something that we obviously would work toward, but we’re moving forward at this point.” Q You recently said on a national radio show that if the Raiders move was approved by owners, you would not compromise any of the League’s values.  Were you referencing gambling and would you or the ownership be opposed to a casino having partial or full ownership either in a team or a stadium? A “We’ve always said we are going to maintain the integrity of our game by making sure there is a separation between sports, gambling and the NFL.  That is something we think is imperative for us.  We want our fans to know the game they are seeing unfold on the field does not have any undue influence.  We recognize gambling occurs out in marketplaces.  I said that in the first answer.  But this is something from our standpoint we have rules that are in place.  The Raiders have not asked for us to compromise those rules as it relates to our policies.  We will continue to have that separation going forward.  I don’t see an ownership position in a team from a casino.  That is not something consistent with our policies.  Not likely a stadium either.”
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Raucous crowd shuts down Los Angeles gas leak meeting – OCRegister

OCRegisterLOS ANGELES – A raucous crowd calling for the permanent closure of the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage field after a months-long well leak that prompted mass evacuations cut short a public meeting on Wednesday, refusing to allow more comment from … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Are the Academy Awards next? US Super Bowl commercials in Canada test future of CRTC ad policy – CBC.ca

CBC.caIt’s a long-standing Canadian Super Bowl tradition: tuning in to the big game, but being shut out from the big-budget, star-studded U.S. commercials. That changes this year as a Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) policy … and more …read more From:: Academy Awards News By Google News

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‘I can see the fear’: multicultural Los Angeles senses a different world under Trump – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesOver the years his fellow Cubans left his Glendale neighborhood, along with many Anglos, part of an ethnic shift that transformed many suburban cities starting in the 1970s. Armenians, Iranians, Filipinos and other Latinos moved in. The Ralphs down the … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Los Angeles Dodgers: 3 Last-Minute Moves They Should Consider – Bleacher Report

Bleacher ReportThe four-time defending National League champs enter the 2017 season as unequivocal contenders. FanGraphs foretells a 96-66 record, tops in the game, which would put the Dodgers on course to win their first title since 1988. Still, in the waning days … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Academy Award winner – Evening Observer

Academy Award winnerEvening ObserverThe romantic drama, Titanic — originally released in 1997 — shows Saturday, Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. at Reg Lenna Center for The Arts. The film — winner of 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director (James Cameron) — stars Oscar nominee … …read more From:: Academy Awards News By […]

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Blood Found In Valencia Home Where Man Disappeared – CBS Local

CBS LocalLos Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials said blood was later found in the home. Investigators are still trying to determine who the blood belongs to. “We are in the process of analyzing that and trying to come up with a scenario of how it got … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles News […]

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Laika’s ‘Kubo’ gets two Academy Award nominations – Portland Tribune

Laika’s ‘Kubo’ gets two Academy Award nominationsPortland TribuneSUBMITTED PHOTO – Laika animation studio, based in Hillsboro, released its fourth feature length Hillsboro animation studio Laika is poised to possibly notch a couple big wins at next month’s Academy Awards ceremony, the 89th year for the glitzy nod to … …read more From:: Academy Awards News […]

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Los Angeles Kings Deliver 5-0 Shutout to Colorado Avalanche – FOXSports.com

Los Angeles Kings Deliver 5-0 Shutout to Colorado AvalancheFOXSports.comColorado Avalanche · Los Angeles Kings · NHL. Los Angeles Kings Deliver 5-0 Shutout to Colorado Avalanche UP NEXT : Los Angeles Kings Deliver 5-0 Shutout to Colorado Avalanche UP NEXT : RJ TEST. FOX Fantasy Games. Welcome to FOX Sports. …read more From:: Los Angeles Sports […]

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Los Angeles Chargers: NFL teams have struggled early after moving to new cities – FOXSports.com

FOXSports.comThe Los Angeles Chargers are still going to be playing home games in the state of California. The move from San Diego to LA is just about a two-hour drive north. However, playing in LA will be a completely different world as compared to playing in San …Chargers terminate lease for Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego […]

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