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  • Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern' and more

    Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern' and more

    SERIES America's Got Talent DJ Khaled serves as a guest judge on a new episode of the reality competition. 8 p.m. NBC American Experience The encore documentary “Summer of Love” looks back at the counterculture movement that sprung up in San Francisco in 1967. 8 p.m. KOCE Rare — Creatures of...

  • ‘Any Night's’ riveting performances and Hitchcockian thrills could soar on the big screen 

    ‘Any Night's’ riveting performances and Hitchcockian thrills could soar on the big screen 

    What better way to emphasize the atmosphere of a nightmare than to make one’s female protagonist a sleepwalker who fears that, in her twilight state, she will hurt herself or kill another? This is the conceit at the heart of the Los Angeles premiere of “Any Night,” co-written by Daniel Arnold and...

  • ‘Sondheim on Sondheim’: A Broadway baby in symphonic clothes

    ‘Sondheim on Sondheim’: A Broadway baby in symphonic clothes

    “Sondheim on Sondheim” is, no surprise, all about Stephen Sondheim. But a new “symphonic version” given its premiere by the Los Angeles Philharmonic on Sunday night at the Hollywood Bowl proved ever so less Sondheim-centric than the original 2010 Broadway revue. For one thing, Sondheim is here...

  • Sony Pictures picks a new television team

    Sony Pictures picks a new television team

    Sony Pictures Entertainment on Monday named new leaders for its U.S.-based television operations, elevating three longtime executives to serve in a newly created office overseeing television production and programming. Veteran business affairs executive Jeff Frost was tapped to lead the team as...

  • Nine Inch Nails closes FYF Fest with a show of fresh rage

    Nine Inch Nails closes FYF Fest with a show of fresh rage

    FYF Fest ended with a new beginning. Headlining the main stage Sunday night, Nine Inch Nails played its first “real show,” as frontman Trent Reznor put it, in nearly three years to close out the annual music festival in Exposition Park. But as he brought his influential industrial-rock outfit back...

  • Hulu hires a marketing officer from Google

    Hulu hires a marketing officer from Google

    Taking another step to transform itself into a more formidable competitor to Netflix and Amazon.com, streaming service Hulu on Monday said it has hired a former Google executive, Kelly Campbell, to become chief marketing officer of the Santa Monica company. In her new role, Campbell will direct...

  • Marc Chagall reveals his theatrical side in LACMA's 'Fantasies for the Stage'

    Marc Chagall reveals his theatrical side in LACMA's 'Fantasies for the Stage'

    As a child growing up in the Hasidic Jewish enclave of Vitebsk, Russia, Marc Chagall aspired to be a singer, dancer, violinist and poet. Reflecting the desires of his youth, the artist often depicted musicians and performers in his paintings. His set designs and costumes from four theatrical productions...

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  • The week ahead in L.A. classical music, July 23-30: The 20th iPalpiti Festival and more

    The week ahead in L.A. classical music, July 23-30: The 20th iPalpiti Festival and more

    iPalpiti Orchestral Ensemble of International Laureates Works by Schubert and Mahler. Soka Performing Arts Center, 1 University Dr., Aliso Viejo. Sun., 2 p.m. $29-$39. (949) 480-4278. SummerFest 17 Piano Trio Céleste performs works by Beethoven, Mozart, et al., in this Music Guild presentation....

  • L.A. film openings, July 28

    L.A. film openings, July 28

    Charlize Theron stars in “Atomic Blonde” and “The Last Face,” while T.J. Miller, James Corden and Maya Rudolph are among the voices in “The Emoji Movie.” Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit,” Al Gore returning to save the planet with the documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” and “Brigsby...

  • Having a Moment: 'Doctor Who' and the new age of women in sci-fi

    Having a Moment: 'Doctor Who' and the new age of women in sci-fi

    Little girls have long been told that they can grow up to be anything, a dream that reality has often proved otherwise. But sci-fi and fantasy films and television have been substantially bridging that gap in recent years. With 2016’s comedy reboot “Ghostbusters,” we found out that women are more...

  • Linkin Park's Chester Bennington was a voice of reassurance from the dark

    Linkin Park's Chester Bennington was a voice of reassurance from the dark

    Plenty of expected voices joined the online chorus lamenting the death of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, who died Thursday at 41 of an apparent suicide. There were tweets from some of the many bands, such as Imagine Dragons and You Me at Six, that drew inspiration from Linkin Park’s blend of...

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