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  • The stomach-churning, visceral power of Chris Finley's weightlifter portraits

    The stomach-churning, visceral power of Chris Finley's weightlifter portraits

    Artists do all sorts of heavy lifting, often in ways that we least expect. Case in point: the muscular paintings on view at Chimento Contemporary.

  • Pandora CEO Tim Westergren departs

    Pandora CEO Tim Westergren departs

    Pandora, under intensifying pressure from music streaming rivals Spotify and Apple Music, said Tuesday that that Chief Executive Tim Westergren has stepped down from that role and is leaving the board. Westergren, who co-founded Pandora 17 years ago, had a two-year stint as CEO from 2002 to 2004...

  • Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Pretty Little Liars' on Freeform

    Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Pretty Little Liars' on Freeform

    SERIES America's Got Talent Auditions continue. 8 p.m. NBC The Story of China This new episode of the documentary series looks at the achievements of the Song dynasty, creators of a Chinese Renaissance, and the Ming, who built the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. 8 p.m. KOCE and KPBS Tales...

  • This year's BET Awards took a dip in energy — then came Tamar Braxton

    This year's BET Awards took a dip in energy — then came Tamar Braxton

    Tamar Braxton saw an opening, and she took it. Performing midway through Sunday’s BET Awards, the R&B singer and reality-television star tore into her song “My Man” — about how you should “never trust a lonely woman with the one you love” — as though her life depended on it. She whipped her long...

  • Monday's TV highlights: 'POV: Dalya's Other Country' on PBS

    Monday's TV highlights: 'POV: Dalya's Other Country' on PBS

    SERIES The Bachelorette Rachel sends the bachelors a message when she chooses who gets the group date rose before the show heads to Oslo. 8 p.m. ABC So You Think You Can Dance The auditions move across the country to New York City in this new episode. Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and Vanessa Hudgens...

  • The week ahead in L.A. classical music, June 25-July 2: California Philharmonic and more

    The week ahead in L.A. classical music, June 25-July 2: California Philharmonic and more

    Frida Laura Virella sings the title role in Long Beach Opera’s staging of Robert Xavier Rodríguez’s opera about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo; in Spanish and English with projected subtitles. Museum of Latin American Art, 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach. Ends Sun., 8 p.m. $49-$150. (562) 470-7464. ...

  • Movie openings: June 28-30

    Movie openings: June 28-30

    Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver” roars into theaters, while Bong Jong-ho’s “Okja” arrives on Netflix and in selected theaters a month after its debut at Cannes. The animated sequel “Despicable Me 3” and the Will Ferrell-Amy Poehler comedy “The House” are in wide release. ------------- Jun 28 Baby Driver...

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  • The Beatles' 'All You Need Is Love': It was 50 years ago today

    The Beatles' 'All You Need Is Love': It was 50 years ago today

    “Boys, I have the most fantastic news to report,” Beatles manager Brian Epstein announced one day in 1967 to his most famous clients. “You have been selected to represent England in a television programme which, for the first time, ever, will be transmitted live around the world via satellite....

  • The clever conceptual riddles of Tatsuo Kawaguchi

    The clever conceptual riddles of Tatsuo Kawaguchi

    The Japanese artist Tatsuo Kawaguchi, 77, is having his L.A. debut, a modest but absorbing exhibition at Kayne Griffin Concoran Gallery.

  • Ruth Negga stands tall in the year of 'Preacher,' 'Loving' and an Oscar nom

    Ruth Negga stands tall in the year of 'Preacher,' 'Loving' and an Oscar nom

    Ruth Negga sits cross-legged on a plush chair on the balcony of a West Los Angeles hotel, trying to define the whirlwind journey last year that took her from shooting in dusty, barren New Mexico landscapes to hobnobbing with A-listers in Beverly Hills. The words are not coming easily. “It’s really...

  • New video: 'T2 Trainspotting' is an unlikely sequel and surprisingly profound

    New video: 'T2 Trainspotting' is an unlikely sequel and surprisingly profound

    New on Blu-ray “T2 Trainspotting” (Sony DVD, $25.99; Blu-ray, $30.99; 4K, $45.99; also available on VOD) One of the year’s unlikeliest sequels, “T2 Trainspotting” reunites the cast of the 1996 indie hit “Trainspotting” with its director Danny Boyle and screenwriter John Hodge in a story that catches...

  • The Moviegoer: June 25-July 1

    The Moviegoer: June 25-July 1

    Center Stage: African American Women in Silent Race Films In the first half of the 20th century, hundreds of movies coined “race films” were created by black writers and directors, mostly outside of the Hollywood system. These films starred all black casts in stories that eschewed the negative...

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