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  • The moment N.W.A changed the music world

    The moment N.W.A changed the music world

    Part of the ongoing L.A. Times series The age of hip-hop: From the streets to cultural dominance. In this exclusive excerpt from “Parental Discretion Is Advised: The Rise of N.W.A and the Dawn of Gangsta Rap,” Gerrick D. Kennedy details the birth of the first major disruption of hip-hop.

  • The story behind 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' song about ... you know what

    The story behind 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' song about ... you know what

    "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna discuss the story behind Paula's big solo musical number in Friday's episode, "Getting Over Jeff."

  • Calendar Letters: Who's sorry now?

    Calendar Letters: Who's sorry now?

    What a sorry mess the industry’s in Regarding “How Do You Apologize?” [Dec. 2]: A good, well-researched article. A perfect companion piece would be the apologia chorus by all the companies involved in their belated reactions to harassment claims. You could fill another article with the consistent...

  • Comic Arts Los Angeles has a mission: Bringing comics to everyone

    Comic Arts Los Angeles has a mission: Bringing comics to everyone

    “Why isn’t there an indie-focused comic show in L.A.?” This is the question that led to the birth of Comic Arts Los Angeles, a festival celebrating comics and graphic novels, and the community and art associated with them. More than 100 artists will be assembled for the fourth incarnation of this...

  • Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk shows: 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC

    Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk shows: 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC

    SERIES The Toy Box The finalists from each episode return, and the young judges decide who wins the $100,000 prize in the season finale of the unscripted series. 10 a.m. ABC Saturday Night Live James Franco (“The Disaster Artist”) hosts, with musical guest SZA. 8:29 and 11:29 p.m. NBC Dirk Gently’s...

  • Sarah Silverman on leaving her bubble for 'I Love You, America'

    Sarah Silverman on leaving her bubble for 'I Love You, America'

    On a soundstage in Hollywood, Sarah Silverman is between takes. She is delivering a thoughtful monologue on the nonpartisan power of fear for the opening of a recent episode of her Hulu series, “I Love You, America,” which airs its season finale this Thursday. On a set adorned with Americana kitsch...

  • The 99-Seat Beat: 'Beauty and the Beast,' Kaufman and Hart and more

    The 99-Seat Beat: 'Beauty and the Beast,' Kaufman and Hart and more

    Los Angeles-area theater recommendations for Dec. 8, 2017: "Beauty and the Beast" at Casa 0101, "Santasia" at the Whitefire, "Wake" at City Garage and "The Man Who Came to Dinner" at Actors Co-op

  • The Moviegoer, Dec. 10-16

    The Moviegoer, Dec. 10-16

    Family Flicks Film Series Director Carroll Ballard’s 1986 film The Nutcracker, a collaboration with children’s author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, hews closer to E.T.A. Hoffman’s 1816 fairy tale “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” than does Tchaikovsky's popular ballet. There is dancing performed...

  • Friday's TV highlights: The CW's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' on KTLA

    Friday's TV highlights: The CW's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' on KTLA

    SERIES MacGyver After 32 college students become stranded on a research ship in the Arctic Ocean, with no heat and fires breaking out on the vessel, Mac (Lucas Till) tries to provide survival tips to the group via a video chat. Elsewhere, Jack (George Eads) kidnaps Elwood (guest star Billy Baldwin),...

  • Human Barbie can't save 'The Doll' from its own incompetent horror

    Human Barbie can't save 'The Doll' from its own incompetent horror

    Cheap-looking horror is sometimes scarier than the better-made fright flicks, because shoestring budgets and amateurish acting gives a production a shot of real danger as though anything could happen at any moment. But there are limits to how much of an edge a movie gets from incompetence — as...

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