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Review: Stax reissues soundtrack to 'Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song'

Los Angeles - Melvin Van Peebles' groundbreaking soundtrack is out now on 180-gram vinyl and high-resolution digital audio. The LP is part of a series of releases celebrating Stax Records' 60th anniversary.

U.S. soul singer Welfair intent on keeping the momentum going Special

Los Angeles - Los Angeles-based artist Welfair (Danielle Espinoza) has been gigging in support of her sophomore EP 'Good Mourning', which was released in November 2016. Digital Journal put some questions to her.

Elon Musk revealed new details about his tunneling project

The Boring Company, Musk's latest venture, led by SpaceX engineer Steve Davis, is working on building a network of underground tunnels in Los Angeles that would transport cars on an electric skate.

L.A. duo 222 release their second album Special

Los Angeles - With their blend of alternative '80s and '90s-influenced rock with modern electronica, vocalist Jade Howard and vocalist/guitarist Dennis Hamlin return with a new 11-track album entitled 'I'm Not Trying to be You... Just Kidding I'm Trying to be You'.

Elon Musk gets serious about digging a tunnel under Los Angeles

Elon Musk wants to build a tunnel to cut down on traffic in Los Angeles — and it looks like he's actually going to make it happen.

Interview: LA-based trio The Gitas Special

Los Angeles - Sasha and Sal of this edgy, up-and-coming rock band tell Digital Journal all about their exciting new album, 'Beverly Kills'.

Let it rain traditional country with Hoyt Hughes Special

In early October, this emerging country singer, songwriter and guitarist released "Let It Rain," the lead-off single from his 16-track debut album, 'Cowboy'. Digital Journal spoke to him.

Alt-pop duo The Brinks on the success of their debut EP Special

Los Angeles - Busy promoting their debut EP (released in December last year), the LA-based duo consisting of New York City producer, songwriter and keyboardist Matt Friedman and Australian singer, guitarist and songwriter Scott Mellis made time for Digital Journal.

Authorities try to sort out what prompted panic, stampede at LAX

Los Angeles - Investigators worked overtime Monday to figure out what started a Sunday night's social media-influenced panic at Los Angeles International Airport that had hundreds of airline passengers fleeing terminals and stampeding onto the airport tarmac.

Deranged to Divine: Singer Carina Round to release compilation Special

The Wolverhampton-born singer/songwriter is to put out a brand new 18-track collection containing some of her greatest hits and some previously unheard material. Digital Journal asked her a few questions.

Cinematographer Laura Beth Love on 'Sharknado' and more Special

Got a horror or science fiction film that needs to look amazing? Get on to those White Pages and find Laura Beth Love's number. The in-demand cinematographer from North Carolina has worked on numerous projects and has also won awards.

Warriors assistant to become head coach of rival L.A. Lakers

Los Angeles - It's hard to blame the Los Angeles Lakers for trying to get in on a good thing — the Golden State Warriors are obviously doing something right.

Review: Country star Sam Outlaw live in London Special

London - The Los Angeles-based troubadour was responsible for one of 2015's best country albums, 'Angeleno.' He rolled into The Borderline in London on April 11, the ninth date of a short European tour that began on April 2 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Bay Area man convicted of assault over reclining airline seat

Los Angeles - A San Francisco Bay Area man was convicted Wednesday of assaulting an airline passenger aboard a delayed flight from Los Angeles after he became enraged when the victim reclined the back of her seat.

Sean Hurwitz talks moving from Israel to LA to pursue music Special

Acclaimed musician Sean Hurwitz chatted with Digital Journal about moving from Israel to pursue his musical dream in Los Angeles.

California's latest thrill ride — 70-story-high glass 'Sky Slide'

The latest in thrill rides has come to Los Angeles, a glass slide that juts out from a skyscraper 1,000 feet above the ground to allow brave souls to slide from the 70th floor to the 69th floor on the outside of the building.

Presenting portrait painter to the stars, AraDona Special

The Los Angeles-based, classically-trained artist has been tasked with capturing some of the entertainment world's biggest names on canvas. He talked to Digital Journal.

Jody Wheeler: Screenwriter, producer and director Special

The screenwriting graduate from the University of California began his career writing for 'Inside/Outside The Beltway,' a groundbreaking TV series from the 1990s. He has since moved on to directing and producing, where he also seems rather at home.

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.
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Los Angeles is not far behind New York City in its numbers of homeless.
Los Angeles is not far behind New York City in its numbers of homeless.
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The FBI and Los Angeles Airport Police identified the suspected gunman as Paul Ciancia, 23, of Pennsville, N.J. He had apparently been living in Los Angeles
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Toronto FC goalkeeper Stefan Frei leaps up to grab one of many corner kicks from David Beckham. TFC ...
Toronto FC goalkeeper Stefan Frei leaps up to grab one of many corner kicks from David Beckham. TFC played to a 2-2 draw in front of 47,658 fans Wednesday night at the Rogers Centre
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L.A. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick
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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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An aerial view of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, city within the state of California with a population of 4 million
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Los Angeles dumps 96 million plastic balls into a reservoir to protect the city’s water supply.
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Bruno Mars, Hooligans in Wondaland, 2011.
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The Los Angeles Times building.
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SEISMIC: This photo of the U.S. Geological Survey's field office in Pasadena, Calif., comes from the agency's website at usgs.gov.
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File photo: Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance en route to an emergency
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Players from both teams watch Luis Silva s header bounce just out of the reach of Galaxy keeper Josh...
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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Ruby Friedman
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The Hollywood sign from a trail in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles.
The Hollywood sign from a trail in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles.
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Steel Panther, London, October 15, 2016
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A homeless man lives on the streets of downtown Los Angeles in 2009.
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The Walcotts on Stage.
The Walcotts on Stage.
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Beckham has to deal with more streamers while striking a corner kick
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