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Just 14 artists of more than 1,200 applicants were chosen to create art for Metro’s Crenshaw/LA transit line that will move through Los Angeles, El Segundo, Inglewood and parts of unincorporated L.A. County.
Camp Flog Gnaw featured choice sets from Tyler, Solange, YG and others, but it will be remembered for the absence of Frank Ocean and Bronx cheers for Drake.
“Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver celebrated his legal victory against Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray with a song in Sunday’s SLAPP lawsuits episode.
Disappointed that Frank Ocean was not the surprise headliner at Camp Flog Gnaw, fans snubbed rap star Drake, who cut his set short when met with jeers.
Rocker Neil Young says his plan to become a U.S. citizen has been delayed related to his marijuana use. “I have been told that I must do another test,” he says.
What to stream — and what to skip — when Disney+ launches on Tuesday.
Dickinson, on Apple TV+, is the latest in a spate of historical comedies on film and TV to reimagine the period piece.
The much-anticipated series “The Mandalorian,” launching Nov. 12 on Disney+, will feature plenty that’s fresh to “Star Wars” fans.
“The Mandalorian” is the most anticipated original series launching with Disney+ on Nov. 12. Here’s what “Star Wars” novices need to know.
Apple’s “The Morning Show” has come under fire for its clumsy handling of #MeToo, but it’s the first series to dramatize the movement’s thornier consequences.
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New museum shows in L.A. for Nov. 10-17 include Do Ho Suh’s fabric-based installation “348 West 22nd Street” at LACMA
Donna Summer’s “Hot Stuff.” “Bad Girls.” “She Works Hard for the Money.” A nostalgia-stoking catalog never gets the support it deserves in the Pantages musical.
Dance performances in L.A. for Nov. 10-17 include New Zealand-based dance company Black Grace in Laguna Beach and L.A.
Theater openings, Critics’ Choices, etc., for Nov. 10-17 include the return of “Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” at the Old Globe Theatre and Andy Garcia in “Key Largo” at the Geffen Playhouse
All the week’s culture in one easy newsletter, including troubles at the Marciano, the destruction of Armenian heritage in Azerbaijan and Matthew Lopez’s 6 1/2-hour play.
James Niehues unveils a new book filled with original watercolor paintings of his ski resort maps.
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  1. Paramount is lesser known than neighboring Compton. But part of its charm is the quiet, little-city feel and its claim to fame as home of the world’s first Zamboni machine. The area also boats rich ties to the nation’s space program.
  1. ‘The Cave,’ ‘Apollo 11,’ ‘Honeyland’ and ‘Sea of Shadows’ explore vastly different worlds with equal intensity
  1. In Bel-Air, former U.S. ambassador Ronald Spogli has listed his Georgian Traditional-style home of 10 years for $7.495 million.
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