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SLIDESHOW: A visual look at Day Two of the Festival of Books.
Molly Ringwald signing books at the 2013 LA Times Festival of Books
Semple and Ringwald had a lively conversation about all things literary.
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SLIDESHOW: Check out photo highlights from Day One of the Festival.
Lucy Dahl Target Children's Stage LA Times Festival of Books 2013
Chocolate, inventions and a gypsy caravan playhouse were all part of Dahl's childhood.
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A unique first-time collaboration shows how multimedia, art and the five senses collide.
Will it be LACMA or USC? Or will MOCA save itself?
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The suspense is over: the Festival's schedule is made available online.
The freshwater marsh of the Ballona Wetlands
The Annenberg Foundation provides controversial option for the wetlands.
Jane Eyre and Rochester
See our picks--with original illustrations--right in time for Valentine's Day.
No 710 on Avenue 64
We focus on one community around Ave. 64 at the edge of L.A. and Pasadena and their fight against 710 expansion.
A quick look at some of L.A.’s best and upcoming book events for the week you won't want to miss.
All hail your rock legends on film and screen in this exhibit's L.A. opening.
Book releases this week that you won't want to miss out on.
Our book editor's must-reads of the week promise to keep you thinking and laughing.
Celebrate science and invention by picking up one of these acclaimed biographies.
Start the week off right with some new reads from our books editor.
Humor, magic, and eccentricity can be found in this week's must-reads.
Feeling some fiction this week? Grab one of these new books!
Our book editor spotlights the three must-reads of the week.
An "LA Times" organizer tells us how the festival went and what they hope for next year.
Day Two was a colorful and quieter affair, but still entertaining for book-lovers. Check out the photos!
Smith signs her new memoir. (Photo credit Kristin Yinger)
Music legend Patti Smith chats with writer Dave Eggers.
(From the LA Times website)
Same festival, new location. Bookworms, get ready.
Paula Abdul will join Britain's sweetheart Cheryl Cole in judging the U.S. version of "X-Factor" once the deals are finalized.
Available from Author House Publishers (photo credit Kristin Yinger)
Bilott's poems explore these basic emotions in touching ways.
The Charlie Sheen saga continues.
Kim Kardashian (Creative Commons)
Everyone seems upset over Turkish Cosmo's use of Kim Kardashian's photo on their April cover, just weeks before the Armenian holiday to commemorate the genocide they suffered by the Turks.
A preview shown at CinemaCon continues to increase the hype for the final Harry Potter installment.
Band's first album in 11 years features new material, but not the great return listeners might have hoped for.
Tiger Woods is back in the dating game white Mistress Number 1 finds love with another man.
Rachel Shukert's memoir is no average travel read.
Raquel Rodriguez's soulful/R&B sound is just the right thing to get you dancing and feeling.
Kreppel's photography urges everyone "to see the art in the everyday."
This artist's combination of street and pop art helps you "escape into your own imagination."
The songwriter brings the psychedelic "Space City Kicks."
First book in new angels-vs.-demons-series introduces new twists.
Final week to see the multi-artist, multimedia show in Torrance.
(Photo Credit Kristin Yinger)
Assistants and interns of the world unite!
“Psych” makes a strong comeback with new plot twists and witty writing.
An Interstate 5 bridge in Washington collapsed into the Skagit River. Authorities believe an oversized truck may have caused the collapse.
British RAF Typhoonfighter jets escorted plane and made two arrests on “suspicion of endangering an aircraft.”