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LOS ANGELES — Harry Styles has been booked for this year's Coachella festival, joining a lineup that includes headliners Kanye West and Billie Eilish, as well as EDM group Swedish House Mafia. According to a source, the British pop star (and former One Direction heartthrob) will headline the 2022 edition of pop music's highest-profile festival, which is scheduled to go down April 15-17 and ...

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With a surge of COVID-19 cases threatening to disrupt the NFL season last week, the league discussed canceling games for the first time since the pandemic began.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Standing on the top rim of the venerable Coliseum on a 76-degree autumn Monday, Lincoln Riley took a glance behind him at the Los Angeles panorama stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Hollywood sign to the gleaming downtown skyscrapers.

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, actress Ariana Ron Pedrique was busy filming “Ayar” in various parts of Los Angeles where she lives. “‘Ayar’ is a feature film about a Latina who returns home after an unsuccessful showbiz career in Vegas to reunite with her 5-year-old daughter,” she said. “Playing Ayar was special to me (and) peeling back all the layers of such an interesting and fully dimensional character was fascinating. She’s a strong-willed woman who is willing to face all her demons (and) hoping to amend the relationship with her daughter. This is also a story about survival, regret, forgiveness and rebirth.” “Ayar” will release in theaters on Nov. 26.

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The city of angels is at war with its homeless. Attempting to claim back the city’s public spaces, the city is forcibly removing the homeless from parks and sidewalks across Los Angeles. But where are the unhoused being moved to and will this finally bring the crisis that is being felt across the nation to an end? 

Working on an album during a pandemic can be challenging, but singer-songwriter Dar Williams said it all worked out fine. “Luckily, (‘I’ll Meet You Here’) was mostly in the can before the pandemic,” said the New York-based musician. “I did overdubs in an isolated room with people in masks looking at me through the other side of the plexiglass – a little like the boy in the bubble.” Williams is currently on tour supporting her latest album. For the latest updates on her concerts, check out her website (https://darwilliams.com/concerts/).

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I've said many times that in the travel industry nothing catches on as fast as a bad idea: You needn't look far to see a bunch of them. A corollary is that good ideas often disintegrate quickly. Still, the next few months should give us some developments to anticipate with pleasure.

You've probably read and heard enough about airline meltdowns, cancellations, crowded airports, and four-hour security lines to consider Amtrak for your holiday trip. But is Amtrak even feasible? The answer depends mainly on where you live and where you want to go, along with some cost considerations.

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