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Here's who's going to win all 24 Oscar categories

After six months of campaigning and cajoling and trying to get “City of Stars” out of our heads, the Oscars are finally here. So it’s time for some final predictions for Sunday’s ceremony. Ready? Somebody will mention Donald Trump. Somebody will cry. Somebody will cry while mentioning Donald Trump....

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    'Santiago' takes Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Cuba and back

    What happens when musicians from one of the must musically fertile spots on the planet collaborate with peers from an equally vibrant cultural melting pot? Something like “Santiago,” the first track from the venerable Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s forthcoming album, “So It Is,” inspired in large...

  • Casey versus Denzel: Oscar's lead actor race is a dramatic study in contrasts

    Casey versus Denzel: Oscar's lead actor race is a dramatic study in contrasts

    On the surface, Lee Chandler, the protagonist of “Manchester by the Sea,” and Troy Maxson, the central character of “Fences,” wouldn’t seem to have much in common. Sprung from different playwriting imaginations, they are the products of vastly different American experiences. If it weren’t that...

  • Tony winner 'The Humans' and world premiere of David Henry Hwang musical to lead Ahmanson's 2017-18 season

    Tony winner 'The Humans' and world premiere of David Henry Hwang musical to lead Ahmanson's 2017-18 season

    “The Humans,” the Stephen Karam one-act that won four Tony Awards last year including best play, and “Soft Power,” a world premiere David Henry Hwang that work takes the form of a Chinese musical about present-day America, lead the 2017-18 Ahmanson Theatre lineup to be announced Thursday by Centre...

  • Marciano Art Foundation sets L.A. museum opening date for May

    Marciano Art Foundation sets L.A. museum opening date for May

    The Marciano Art Foundation has announced the opening date for its new contemporary art museum: May 25. The museum, from Guess cofounders Paul and Maurice Marciano, will be in a landmark Millard Sheets-designed building, a former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple on Wilshire Boulevard near Koreatown....

  • Oscars TV Lineup

    Oscars TV Lineup

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    'What can cinema do?' Travel ban puts Oscar nominees for foreign-language film in the spotlight

    In many ways, the foreign-language film category has always embodied the contradictory passions that surround the Oscars themselves — it’s wildly important to some, utterly meaningless to others and a vague sidebar to many. This year that role has become even more pointed. In an awards season already marked...

  • Thursday's TV highlights: The CBS comedy 'The Great Indoors'

    Thursday's TV highlights: The CBS comedy 'The Great Indoors'

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  • Joining Madonna and the Beatles, Rihanna lands 30th top-10 hit, sets sights on record

    Joining Madonna and the Beatles, Rihanna lands 30th top-10 hit, sets sights on record

    In yet another confirmation that you’re getting old, pop superstar Rihanna has hit a landmark: She has now landed 30 songs in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a feat achieved only by the Beatles and Madonna. She charted her 30th hit this week when “Love on the Brain” crossed the threshold...

  • Jazz fusion guitarist Larry Coryell dies at 73

    Jazz fusion guitarist Larry Coryell dies at 73

    Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, known as the "Godfather of Fusion," has died in New York City. He was 73. His publicist, Kurt Nishimura, said Coryell died Sunday in his hotel room of natural causes. Nishimura says he had just performed two shows at the Iridium on Friday and Saturday. Coryell’s highly...

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