Astros management accused of cheating in the 2017 World Series where it defeated the Dodgers. The man who served as Astros GM at the time was suspended by Major League Baseball. [[[[CBS Los Angeles]
” Meghan Markle appears to have signed a voiceover agreement with Disney. The project is considered an advantage for the charity Elephants Without Borders. [[[[Entertainment tonight]
” In the midst of outcry over another field of extremely white Oscars, Mayor Garcetti announced that he has a plan to combat the under-representation of Latinos in Hollywood.[[[[Los Angeles Times]
More than $ 300,000 in counterfeit cosmetics has been seized from DTLA. The counterfeit items, purportedly from Kylie Cosmetics, Too Faced and other brands, contained animal droppings and harmful chemicals. [[[[NBC Los Angeles]
Gigi Hadid could be called as a juror in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial. The mundane model (who studied criminal psychology at university) is one of a group of 35 potential jurors to recall. [[[[A.P.]
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The best looks from the Critics Choice Awards
We are plunged into the throes of the “rewards season” with stars walking the red carpet in glamorous dresses almost every night. At the Critics Choice Awards, attendees showed a little extra personality, in bright colors and dramatic silhouettes. Zendaya seemed to win the night in the magenta set of Tom Ford, but she was not the only one to come and kill.
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