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Sirhan Sirhan denied parole for 1968 slaying of Robert Kennedy

San Diego - Jordanian immigrant Sirhan Sirhan might not have fired the shot that killed U.S. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-New York) in a Los Angeles hotel on the night of the 1968 California presidential primary.

Actors Chasen Schneider and Jordan Salloum discuss 'Hate Crime' Special

Two rising stars of American cinema, who also happen to be good friends, talk to Digital Journal about their upcoming movie.

What the Rams' move to LA will mean for the Chargers

NFL owners in Houston on Tuesday voted 30-2 in favor of the Rams' relocation bid to Los Angeles. The Rams, who left L.A. for St. Louis in 1994, will play in the L.A. Coliseum until 2019, when their $1.86 billion Inglewood stadium will be finished.

Tom Cusimano, leader of Americana-leaning collective The Walcotts Special

Hailing from Los Angeles, The Walcotts are a nine-piece outfit who recently supported Chris Stapleton, star of the show at last year's CMAs, on a sold out tour of the West Coast. Their frontman/guitarist accepted the offer of an interview.

Review: New Evan Linder play a timely drama about race, family, love Special

Toronto - How can a poor white couple cope in a small-minded Mississippi town when their new baby turns out to be African American? That’s the dilemma of Chicago playwright Evan Linder’s explosive new play, “Byhalia, Mississippi”, which opened on Friday.

Conversing with actor, comedian, writer and novelist Justin Sayre Special

The Pennsylvania-born star never has a problem when it comes to keeping busy. If he's not writing for popular sitcom, '2 Broke Girls,' he's publishing novels or making acute observations about society and its many quirks on his variety show 'The Meeting.'

Musician Marcus Nand agrees that 'time and tide wait for no man' Special

A familiar face on the L.A. music scene, UK-born guitarist Marcus Nand has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Rod Stewart, Rami Jaffee and Mike Inez. Now he's going solo and tells Digital Journal all about it.

Op-Ed: Refugee situation hits close to home for San Francisco writer Special

San Francisco - The Syrian refugee crisis hit a little closer to home this past Dec. 8 when the Los Angeles County Supervisors met to discuss making provisions for their possible arrival to California. To most people the Syrian crisis seems very far away.

Op-Ed: State Senator investigates California taxpayer donations Special

Los Angeles - At this time of year when people tend to be more generous, it is disconcerting to learn that some charitable donations don't get distributed. This was at the heart of California State Senator Robert Hertzberg's committee hearing on Wed. Dec. 9th.

Robert Davi: Revered Hollywood actor and singing star Special

In 2011, Robert Davi, star of such films as "Licence to Kill" and "Die Hard," began to actively pursue a career in music. On the strength of his debut album, 'Davi Sings Sinatra: On the Road to Romance,' it appears he made an inspired decision.

Gas leak at facility results in 100+ families being relocated

Los Angeles - As of Thursday, more than 130 families in Los Angeles have been temporarily relocated because of a massive gas leak at a natural gas storage facility.

David Beckham mistaken for Ricky Gervais at LA gym and he is mad

Los Angeles - Football ace David Beckham was not at all impressed when members and guests queued up at his machine in an LA gym for an autograph, thinking he was Ricky Gervais. In fact he was pretty mad.

The welcome return of IYAZ and his 'Island Pop' Special

Exploding onto the airwaves in 2009, "Replay" was a huge worldwide hit for the singer from the British Virgin Islands. The album of the same name was also incredibly successful. Now he's back for more and speaking exclusively to Digital Journal.

Walter Scott of The Whispers, one of the great voices of soul Special

You may not be instantly familiar with the name, but you certainly know the songs - and this clean-living, unassuming foursome wouldn't have it any other way. Digital Journal spoke to one of their founding members.

Guitarist Dave Kushner discusses the charity event Rhonda's Kiss Special

Digital Journal contacted the Velvet Revolver man to learn more about an exciting new supergroup he's put together for a very worthwhile cause.

Billy Morrison: Interview with a stalwart of the L.A. rock scene Special

Aside from his "day job" as the rhythm guitarist in Billy Idol's band, this English-born musician is preparing to release his second solo album. He also does a bit of painting and a bit of acting on the side. Digital Journal meets him.

Mother dies suddenly while feeding baby, leaves toddler alone

Los Angeles - A Hollywood mother died suddenly while feeding a one-year-old child, who then choked to death, leaving a two-year old toddler alone for days.

Interview: One to watch, Lo Brite, on her dazzling debut EP Special

After making music solely for her own enjoyment for a number of years, the indie pop starlet has at last decided to share her talent with the world. She revealed more to Digital Journal.

HUDSON: Interview with an up and coming rock band Special

The lively Angelenos are to release their second EP later next month. Digital Journal caught up with vocalist David Hudson and guitarist Chris Llewellyn.

Homeless crisis in L.A. — City will declare state of emergency

Los Angeles - On Tuesday, after acknowledging their failure in stemming the surge of homelessness in the city, municipal officials in Los Angeles, California took the drastic step of announcing they were declaring a "state of emergency."

Interview: Adam Zwig tells us all about his first live album Special

The American musician has made six studio albums to date and is now entering previously uncharted waters with "Live At The Wiltern Theatre." Digital Journal spoke to him.

Interview with American keyboard whizz Derek Sherinian Special

The prodigiously talented musician has helped put together an exciting new show — a combination of ballet and live rock music — entitled "Heart of Storm." He discussed it with Digital Journal from a recording studio in Burbank, southern California.

Los Angeles reservoir filled with 96 million plastic balls

California City - With California suffering one of the most severe cases of drought, the mayor released 96 million "shade balls" into the Los Angeles reservoir in hopes to conserve water.

Heavy rains, floods wash away parts of I-10 in So. California

Desert Center - The major route connecting Los Angeles and Phoenix, which was closed when a huge surge of floodwater damaged bridges spanning small desert washes will partially reopen Friday, much sooner than officials had earlier anticipated.

Los Angeles cutting down trees because of drought

Los Angeles - Los Angeles officials are saying there isn't enough water to irrigate all the trees in the city, so they have decided to cut down around 14,000 dead or dying trees suffering from the drought.

Aerosmith's Tom Hamilton discusses the band's current activities Special

The Aerosmith juggernaut just keeps on rolling and in 2015 the legendary five-piece from Boston, Massachusetts - America's most successful rock band - remain as busy as ever. Digital Journal spoke to their bass player, Mr. Sweet Emotion himself.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signs $15 minimum wage law

Los Angeles - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed a law on Saturday raising the city's minimum wage from $9 per hour to $15 by 2020, a historic move that will affect hundreds of thousands of workers.

Calif. tightens air quality rules due to higher cancer risk

Los Angeles - Environmentalists are lauding a decision by a leading government agency to tighten air quality standards in California after discovering that breathing toxic compounds is far more dangerous to children than previously thought.

Op-Ed: L.A. union that advocated for wage increases now opposes it

Los Angeles - Sorry Rusty Hicks of Federation of Labor, but unions are not about the individual bargaining, but rather the collective. That's why it's called a union.

Interview with Californian roots rock duo Dead Rock West Special

Cindy Wasserman and Frank Lee Drennen, who together make up the above-mentioned act, filled Digital Journal in on their upcoming release, a passionate and painstakingly researched tribute to the Everly Brothers.
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TFC striker Danny Koevermans watches as Saunders leaps to grab the ball in the air. The Galaxy keeper came down on with his cleats on Kovermans leg. That angered the TFC forward who then pushed Saunders and both had to be separated. It is also believed that the keeper had landed outside box with the ball in his hands and should have resulted in a TFC free kick
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Los Angeles' homeless residents often struggle with chronic physical and mental illnesses -- health crises made worse by life on the streets.
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L.A. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick
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The Walcotts
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Coming soon....
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"Heart of Storm"
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Dead Rock West
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Billy Morrison
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Players from both teams watch Luis Silva's header bounce just out of the reach of Galaxy keeper Josh Saunders. It was an incredible professional debut for the rookie who scored on the team that he adored growing up
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The Walcotts on Stage.
The Walcotts on Stage.
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The Los Angeles Times building.
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California State Senator Robert Hertzberg had a flow chart ready on Wed. Dec. 9 to point to for the ...
California State Senator Robert Hertzberg had a flow chart ready on Wed. Dec. 9 to point to for the hearing he held, showing where tax payer's charity 'check off list' donation money went.
Ray Sotero, courtesy of CA State Sen. Robert Hertzberg's office
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Adam Zwig
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The Brothers of Saint Patrick at Pater Noster High circa 1965. Front: Brothers Aloysius, Alphonsus, Aquinas, Francis Redmond, S.G., Daniel, Gilbert and Chrysostom Back: Hilary, Paulinus, Francis, Alfred, Kevin and Mark
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January 4, press conference at the Star Apartments in Los Angeles was sponsored by the California State Senate. The "No Place Like Home" initiative was announced. This bipartisan effort wants to re-appropriate money by way of Prop 63 to help the homeless of California.
Courtesy of Skid Row Housing Trust and CA State Senate media dept.
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Hollywood Boulevard from the top of the Kodak Theatre looking in the direction of downtown Los Angeles in the background.
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Beckham clears away streamers strewn over a corner of the field. Fans threw the streamers at Beckham...
Beckham clears away streamers strewn over a corner of the field. Fans threw the streamers at Beckham's direction every time he lined up for a corner kick
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The EP Cover
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