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Rapper Black Rob Passes Away at 51

LA Sentinel (Entertainment) 4/18 10:30A betti
The Hip-hop industry loses another impactful lyricist this year; on April 17, Rapper Robert "Black Rob" Ross died at 51 years old. Best known for his single, "Woah." and his affiliation with Diddy's Bad Boy Records, friends and loved ones reflect...

JuneShine hard kombucha tasting room opens on Main Street

Santa Monica Daily Press (Life) 4/17 3:00A Clara Harter
JuneShine opens its first LA tasting room on Main Street today, bringing sixteen different flavors of hard kombucha to a bright and airy patio and bar space. Located at 2914 Main Street, the room...

‘Soul,’ `Wolfwalkers’ Lead the Way Among Annie Award Nominees

LA Sentinel (Entertainment) 4/16 3:59P betti
Pixar s Golden Globe-winning Soul and the independent feature Wolfwalkers are the top nominees for the 48th annual Annie Awards, which will be presented tonight in a streaming ceremony honoring the best in animation from the past year.  The post...

A Fellowship Is Fostering Diverse Documentarians—and Reaping Oscar Nods

Los Angeles Magazine 4/16 12:35P Joseph Bien-Kahn
In 2016, director Garrett Bradley completed the submission form on the New York Times Op-Docs website, the newspaper’s nonfiction documentary shorts series, and waited. She hoped to tell the story of Aloné Watts, a New Orleans woman struggling...

Getting to the Bottom of Tyra Banks’s Smize Cream

Los Angeles Magazine 4/16 10:52A Gwynedd Stuart
Tyra Banks is a fascinating and iconic figure: a model, talk show host, and entrepreneur allegedly worth $90 million dollars. A woman who may or may not have gone to Harvard Business School . A woman...

How Triller Became Ryan Kavanaugh’s Big Comeback

Los Angeles Magazine 4/16 10:49A Gwynedd Stuart
When Ryan Kavanaugh’s “new age” movie and TV company Relativity Media crashed in 2016, his comeuppance was celebrated in many parts of Hollywood. For years the brash, fast-talking mogul had promoted himself as a Hollywood seer who would overturn...

Inside the Uproar Over Patrisse Cullors’s Real Estate Holdings

Los Angeles Magazine 4/16 7:33A Gwynedd Stuart
Earlier this month, Los Angeles native Patrisse Cullors, one of three activists who cofounded Black Lives Matter in 2013, became the unlikely subject of a profile on the celeb-centric real estate news website Dirt.com. Alongside photo-heavy—and...
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