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Arab Actor 'Humbled' to Play the Title Role in 'Killing Jesus'

On TV and in the movies, Jesus has been played by various nationalities, including Americans, Brits and even a Swede (Max Von Sydow in The Greatest Story Ever Told), and there's never been a religious litmus test for taking on the part. Oct 8, 2014 10:23 AM PT

NatGeo Channel Casts Muslim Actor to Star in 'Killing Jesus'

National Geographic Channel has announced the cast for Killing Jesus, its third adaptation -- after Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy -- of a bestselling historical thriller by Fox News host Bill O'Reilly and historian Martin Dugard, and American actor Haaz Sleiman, who's originally from Lebanon, has snagged the title role. Oct 6, 2014 7:07 PM PT

Luxury Retailer Restoration Hardware Going Huge on Melrose in WeHo

According to a study by real estate listing site Redfin, reported at real-estate blog Curbed LA, a middle-class household in Los Angeles can only afford 12 percent of available housing stock. But fear not--the wealthy who can afford the other 88 percent are always in the market for some new furnishings. Oct 6, 2014 6:50 AM PT

USC and WIRED Join Forces for New Online Masters Degree

WIRED has been around, in print and online form, since 1993. In Internet years, that's about 110, and in terms of publishing survival, it's nearly miraculous, so one supposes it's learned a few things along the way. Oct 5, 2014 3:15 PM PT

'The Crusades': EWTN to Separate Myth from History in New Docudrama

The clash between Islam and the Western world is as old as Islam itself, but perhaps as misunderstood as any great historical conflict. In what is sure to shed light on this timely topic, worldwide Catholic satellite network EWTN will air special television episodes this coming week. Oct 4, 2014 11:37 AM PT

Jerry Seinfeld Slams Ad World While Receiving Advertising Award

That explains the little waves of titters and giggles, and the occasional big burst of cheers, that accompanied Jerry Seinfeld's good-humored but eviscerating acceptance speech for his honorary prize at the advertising world's 55th annual Clio Awards on Wednesday night. Oct 3, 2014 7:36 PM PT

World-Class Show Jumping: Not Just an East Coast Thing Anymore

The L.A. Masters closed on Sunday afternoon with the Longines Grand Prix, won by 18-year-old Belgian Jos Verlooy, with Georgina Bloomberg, who just came off a win earlier this month in the Central Park Grand Prix in New York City, coming in third. Sep 30, 2014 6:05 AM PT

L.A. Masters Horse Show Abounds in Famous Daughters

You don't have to be rich (or even own your own horse) to be a top show jumper, or come from a rich family, but it doesn't hurt...financially, that is. Taking a fall from a horse hurts just as much no matter the thickness of your wallet. Sep 30, 2014 5:04 AM PT

Orange County, CA Prayer Breakfast Declares Mission for Christ Cathedral

For one last ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 25, the California sun poured through the glass walls of the Christ Cathedral, the building formerly known as the Crystal Cathedral, before the entire space is transformed from a glittering stage set for televangelist Rev. Robert Schuller's "Hour of Power" broadcasts into an environment suitable for a Catholic Mass. Sep 27, 2014 10:20 AM PT

Remembering the 'Forgotten Four' Who Crossed Pro Football's Color Line

Everyone knows Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color line. Few remember that his UCLA Bruins gridiron teammates broke professional football's color barrier, re-erected in the 1930s after decades of integration saw African Americans play and coach at the college and professional level before being strangely locked out by the NFL for the period roughly coinciding with the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt. Sep 23, 2014 8:23 AM PT

Protesters, Prayer Vigil Participants Outnumber Satanists in OK City

Adam Daniels, spokesman and organizer of the satanic black mass held on Sunday, September 21, in CitySpace, a small theater in the basement of the Civic Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, said he sold almost 90 tickets to his event. But according to local reports, only about 40 or 50 people attended. Sep 23, 2014 7:14 AM PT

Exorcists Warn of Danger from Oklahoma City Black Mass

While there are variations in Christian theology about the nature of Satan and demons, traditional Christian thought holds that these creatures are evil, the threat from them is real and should be taken seriously. Exactly what self-proclaimed "satanists" think about all this is unclear, other than that they make a public show of worshiping Satan and calling upon demons for assistance. Sep 18, 2014 7:41 PM PT

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