The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association will take over operation of the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Complex effective Dec. 1.
Thirteen films, including the big-budget feature “Babylon” and a remake of “Little Shop of Horrors," received tax credits from the state, according to the California Film Commission.
Oscar-nominated actress Laura Dern and Academy of Arts and Sciences president and casting director David Rubin are among seven newly appointed trustees.
September passenger traffic at LAX edged up 1.8% from a year earlier.
American Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines will each serve new international destinations from LAX next year.
Air New Zealand is canceling its long-running flight from LAX to London, citing increased competition on the route.
Longtime Music Center board member Cindy Miscikowski has been named to lead the organization’s board.
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Los Angeles International Airport is set to ban curbside ride-hailing pickups starting Oct. 29.
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Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios announced the acquisition of 11 broadcast TV stations for $290 million from Atlanta-based USA Television Holdings and USA Television MidAmerica Holdings on Oct. 1.
In the latest blackeye for the IPO market, Endeavor, which owns the Ultimate Fighting Championship, pulled its planned listing on Sept. 26.
Passenger traffic at LAX was essentially unchanged in August as international traffic continued its downward trend, according to figures released Aug. 26.